Friday, August 5, 2011

Eddie's Farm: August 4

Oklahoma City (49-64)

Oof. Welcome to Triple-A, Dallas Keuchel. Las Vegas got nine runs in the first two innings - including five in the bottom of the 1st, erasing the five runs the JetHawks got in the top of the 1st. Las Vegas won, 17-10. Keuchel allowed 12H/11ER, 0K:2BB in 3.1IP; Xavier Cedeno gave up 2H/4ER, 1K:2BB; Ross Wolf allowed 2H/2ER - and three of Cedeno's ERs - and Fernando Abad had the only scoreless outing.

Lots of homers in this one - one by Collin DeLome, Chris Johnson (2B, BB, 2RBI), Koby Clemens (2RBI), and Jake Goebbert (2B, BB, 3RBI).

Man of the Match: Jake Goebbert!

Corpus (42-68)

A tight one went to the bottom of the 8th, with Corpus and San Antonio trading runs in the 1st, and carrying a 1-1 tie into the bottom of the 8th, when San Antonio got five runs in a 6-1 win. Paul Clemens made his organizational debut, and allowed 2H/1R (0ER), 7K:5BB in 6IP; Arcenio Leon allowed 2H/3R (2ER), 1K:0BB in 1IP, and Josh Zeid allowed two unearned runs.

The Hooks only got five hits (and four errors). Johnathan Villar was 2x4 with a double, Jimmy Van Ostrand was 1x1 with the lone RBI, but left with an injury. Recently-called up injury replacement David Flores was 1x3, and Jon Gaston was 1x4 with a double. Brandon Barnes drew the only walk.

Man of the Match: Paul Clemens.

Lancaster (42-68)

Inland Empire flat-out handled Lancaster with a 9-1 win. Jake Buchanan allowed 10H/8R (6ER), 1K:0BB; Wander Alvino gave up a series of 1s in 2IP; Colton Pitkin (1.2IP) and Kirk Clark (1IP) threw hitless/scoreless outings.

Miguel Arrendell had the only extra-base hit - a double (and committed an error) - and Austin Wates (RBI), Jonathan Singleton (3K), Adam Bailey, and Jonathan Meyer had your only hits.

Man of the Match: Austin Wates

Lexington (50-60)

Hm. Kannapolis jumped out to a 4-0 lead after two innings and went on to an 8-2 win over Lexington. Tanner Bushue threw 6IP, 6H/4ER, 4K:1BB. Juan Minaya allowed 4H/3R (2ER), 1K:1BB, in 1.2IP, and Alex Sogard allowed 2H/1ER in 1.1IP.

Telvin Nash was 2x4 with a homer; Delino DeShields and Ben Orloff each had a hit and a walk. The Legends committed four errors (two from DeShields, one from Orloff and Adamson).

Man of the Match: Telvin Nash

Tri-City (18-28)

Tri-City doubled up Jamestown in both hits (14-7) and runs (8-4). Adam Champion threw 5IP, 5H/2ER, 3K:2BB; Travis Blankenship allowed two unearned runs in 2IP, and Ebert Rosario got his first save of the season, striking out three in 2IP.

Drew Muren was 3x4 with a walk and 2RBIs; Miles Hamblin (2B), Rafael Valenzuela, and Kellen Kiilsgaard had two hits each, and every other ValleyCat got a hit. Jacke Healey was 1x3 with two walks, and Neiko Johnson, Justin Gominsky, and Matt Duffy had a hit and a walk.

Man of the Match: Drew Muren

Greeneville (17-26)

Bluefield twice had the lead, Greeneville twice tied it up, and Bluefield ended up with the walk-off win, 3-2. Chris Lee had the best start of his pro career, throwing 5IP, 7H/1ER, 4K:1BB. Matison Smith allowed 2H/1ER in 1.1IP, and Jeremiah Meiners took the loss with 3H/1ER, 3K:0BB in 2.1IP.

The Gastros only got four hits on the night - Josh Magee (RBI), Luis Alvarez (2B), Jose Monzon, and Chan-Jong Moon. Jorge Sosa drew an RBI on an 0x3, BB night.

Man of the Match: Chris Lee

GCL Astros

The Marlins blanked the GCL Astros 4-0. Ryan Rowland-Smith threw a rehab start, going 3.2IP, 4H/1R (0ER), 3K:3BB; Andrew Walter allowed 3H/2ER, 1K:0BB in 2.1IP; Steve Dennison threw two scoreless IPs, and Brad Dydalewicz allowed 3H/1ER, 1K:2BB in 1IP.

Wallace Gonzalez is having a nice start to his career, going 2x3; Javaris Reynolds and Jean Carlos Batista went 1x4.

Man of the Match: Wallace Gonzalez

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What a day, along with the stock market crash.......to quote H.I. McDonough in Raising Arizona, "it was kinda horrifying honey"......