Friday, July 29, 2011

Eddie's Farm: July 28

Oklahoma City (47-59)

Oof. Nashville was up 7-0 before OKC got their first run, and the Sounds cruised to a 13-2 win. Nelson Figueroa is working his way towards being released with a 5IP, 12H/10R (9ER), 3K:3BB performance; Wesley Wright and Mickey Storey both gave up 2H/1ER in 1IP, and Casey Fien allowed 3H/1ER in 2IP.

Anderson Hernandez was 4x5, J.B. Shuck and Tommy Manzella had two hits each. Drew Locke had the lone RBI, with a pinch-hit single. Of the RedHawk's 13 hits - only Robinson Cancel had an extra-base hit, with a double.

Man of the Match: Anderson Hernandez

Corpus (41-62)

Corpus got another six-run inning, immediately after giving up four runs to San Antonio, for a 7-5 win. Ross Seaton's struggles continue with a 3.2IP outing, allowing 8H/5ER, 0K:2BB, 2WP. Arcenio Leon allowed 1H/0ER in 2.1IP, and Chris Hicks, Danny Meszaros, and Jason Stoffel threw hitless IPs in relief.

Jimmy Paredes was 4x4 with a double, 2RBI, and was caught stealing twice. Jimmy Van Ostrand was 3x4 with a double and two solo homers, and J.D. Martinez hit a three-run homer. Jon Gaston was 1x3 with a walk.

Man of the Match: Jimmy Van Ostrand

Lancaster (39-64)

Rough second half of the game as San Jose scored nine runs from the 4th-8th innings for a 10-3 win over Lancaster. Zach Grimmett threw 5.2IP, 10H/7ER, 2K:2BB; Bobby Doran allowed 2H/2ER, 1K:2BB in 0.2IP, and Colton Pitkin gave up 2H/1ER in 1.2IP.

David Flores (HR, RBI), Jose Carlos Thompson, and Andy Simunic (2B, RBI) had two hits each. Austin Wates was 1x3 with a double and two walks, and Adam Bailey was 0x2 with an RBI and three walks. The JetHawks were 1x11 w/RISP - Wates and Bailey were on base a total of six times, and did not score a run.

Man of the Match: Going with Austin Wates.

Lexington (47-56)

Lexington was up 7-1, and withstood a late Rome rally, but ultimately took it 7-5. Luis Cruz threw 6.1IP, 4H/3ER, 9K:0BB; David Martinez gave up 3H/2ER, 2K:2BB in 1IP, Jason Chowning allowed a hit and a walk (no runs) in 0.2IP, and Jorge De Leon threw a perfect 9th.

Ben Heath was 2x4 with an RBI, Emilio King got two doubles and an RBI. Jay Austin was 1x2 with two walks, and Roberto Pena was 1x3 with a two-run homer. Telvin Nash was 1x3 with a walk and a solo homer.

Man of the Match: Emilio King

Tri-City (16-23)

Good God. Tri-City got eight runs in the bottom of the first - four earned off of top prospect Stetson Allie before he recorded an out - on their way to a 9-5 win. Euris Quezada allowed 2H/4R (1ER), 1K:4BB in 1.2IP; Dayan Diaz recorded the win with 2H/1ER, 7K:2BB in 3.2IP; Travis Smink gave up one hit in 2.2IP, and Ebert Rosario walked one, striking out two, in 1IP.

Justin Gominsky (2B), Matt Duffy (2B, 3RBI), and Neiko Johnson (RBI) had two hits each; Kellen Kiilsgaard was 1x3 with a walk and 2RBI; John Hinson had an RBI sac fly and a double.

Man of the Match: Matt Duffy

Greeneville (13-24)

Greeneville scored the final five runs of the game for a 6-3 win over Kingsport. Jamaine Cotton allowed 9H/3ER, 1K:1BB in 5IP; Jeremiah Meiners allowed 3H/0ER, 2K:0BB in 3IP of relief, and Zach Dando got his first professional save with a perfect 9th.

Jordan Scott went 3x4, Chase Davidson was 2x4 with a two-run homer, and Ernesto Genoves hit a lead-off solo shot in the 2nd inning, and added another single. Ariel Ovando drew a walk and got an RBI.

Man of the Match: Chase Davidson