Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Eddie's Farm: July 5

Oklahoma City (36-50)

OKC scored the final three runs of the game, including a game-winning RBI by Robinson Cancel for a 7-6 win over Iowa. Nelson Figueroa threw 5.2IP, allowing 12H/6R (5ER), 2K:1BB, while Mickey Storey (1.1IP and Sam Gervacio (2IP) held Iowa hitless over the final ten outs.

Luis Durango was 2x3 with two walks and an RBI (hitting .308/.550/.308 since coming over from Tucson). Humberto Quintero was 2x4 and Robinson Cancel ended up 2x5 with 3RBI on the night. J.B. Shuck was 1x2 with 2BB, and Koby Clemens and Anderson Hernandez each had a hit and a walk.

Man of the Match: Robinson Cancel

Corpus (30-52)

The flip-side of the OKC game is Corpus, who allowed six of the final seven runs for a 7-6 loss at NW Arkansas. Jonnathan Aristil threw well enough, allowing 5H/2ER, 4K:2BB, HBP in 5.1IP, but the bullpen nutted it. Blake King allowed 1H/2ER, 1K:2BB in 0.2IP; Kyle Greenwalt allowed 4H/3ER, 3K:1BB in 2.2IP, and Henry Villar gave up the game-winner, charged to Greenwalt.

J.D. Martinez was 1x2 with a homer and three walks; Chris Wallace, Brandon Wikoff, and Jimmy Van Ostrand (2RBI) had a hit, walk, and an RBI; Jake Goebbert was 2x4 with a double and an RBI.

Man of the Match: J.D. Martinez - on base four times and scored once.

Lancaster (31-52)

It was a scoreless duel until the 6th, when Bakersfield scored in three of the final four innings for a 3-0 win over Lancaster. Zach Grimmett allowed 6H/2ER, 5K:3BB, 2WP in 7.2IP, and Shane Wolf allowed 2H/1ER, 1K:1BB in 1.1IP.

Jay Austin was 2x4, Kody Hinze got a double in what will be his final game in Lancaster. Jose Carlos Thompson, Jordan Comadena, and David Flores had your other hits as the JetHawks struck out ten times (with no walks) and were 0x6 w/RISP.

Man of the Match: Zach Grimmett.

Lexington (40-43)

The Legends scored two in the 6th, and that was all they needed for a 2-0 win over West Virginia, despite getting out-hit 5-4, and committing four errors. Carlos Quevedo allowed 3H/0ER, 3K:2BB in 7IP, and Brian Streilein got his 5th save of the season with 2H/0ER, 0K:1BB in 2IP.

Delino DeShields had two of the four hits (and one of the four errors), while it was Adam Bailey's two-run homer that provided all of the scoring. Mike Kvasnicka had a hit and a walk.

Man of the Match: Adam Bailey

Tri-City (7-11)

Vermont scored four runs in back-to-back innings, and Tri-City answered with four of their own in the bottom of the 9th, but fell short 12-8. Euris Quezada allowed 7H/4ER, 2K:1BB, 2WP in 4IP; Kristian Bueno gave up 3H/4R (3ER), 0K:2BB in 1IP; Garrett Bullock allowed two runs in 1IP, Joan Belliad allowed two runs - one earned - in 0.1IP, and Travis Blankenship was the pitcher of the night with 0H in the final 2.2IP.

Brandon Meredith was 4x4 with a double and a triple, swinging the big bat. John Hinson and Matt Duffy had two hits each, while Jacke Healey hit his first homer of the year - a two-run shot.

Man of the Match: Brandon Meredith

Greeneville (5-9)

Postponed: Double-header to be played today.

GCL Astros (3-10)

The GCL Marlins scored four in the top of the 10th for a 9-6 win over the GCL Astros. Frederick Tiburcio got the start, allowing 7H/4R (3ER), 6K:1BB; Evan Grills allowed a hit in 2IP; Krishawn Holley allowed a run in 1.2IP, Blake Ford got tagged with four unearned runs in the 10th, and Zach Hardoin got the final out.

Jean Carlos Batista was 4x5 with a double, two triples, and an RBI. Joe Witkowski and Yonathan Mejia got a hit and an RBI.

Man of the Match: Jean Carlos Batista

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