Monday, September 5, 2011

Eddie's Farm: September 3-4 Weekend Roundup

Oklahoma City (67-75)

OKC won split the weekend with
New Orleans, winning 5-2 Saturday and losing 3-2 Sunday.

Saturday, Andy Van Hekken finished out his final start for OKC this season by going 6 IP allowing 6H/2ER with 2K:2BB. Jonnathan Aristil, acquired in the Matt Lindstrom trade, had a scoreless 1 IP in his OKC debut, giving up 2 H with 1 K. At the plate, C-Robinson Cancel went 4x4 with 2 R and 1 SB. LF-Jacob Goebbert was 2x4 with 1 2B and 2R/1RBI. 1B-Koby Clemens was 3x4 with 2 2B and 1R/1RBI. 3B-Oswaldo Navarro went 2x3 with 2 RBI. SS-Anderson Hernandez saw his hit streak come to an end at 30 games, as he went 0x5.

Sunday’s starter Ryan Rowland-Smith finished out the season with a decent start, going 6.2 IP allowing 7H/3ER with 5K:2BB, but got hung with the loss. RF-Drew Locke went 1x3 with 1 HR and 1R/2RBI. SS-Brandon Wikoff got his first hit for OKC, going 1x4.

Man of the Weekend: Jacob Goebbert

Corpus Christi (50-89)

The Hooks lost both games over the weekend, losing 11-1 Saturday and 10-3 Sunday against the San Antonio Missions.

Saturday’s starter Brett Oberholtzer couldn’t get out of the first inning, throwing just .2 IP allowing 4H/3ER with 1K:2BB. Kyle Greenwalt had problems in his 4.1 IP, giving up 6H/4ER with 2K:1BB. Pat Urckfitz gave up 1H/2ER with 2K:3BB in his 1 IP. SS-Jonathan Villar went 3x5 with 2 2B. LF-Adam Bailey wore the Golden Sombrero, going 0x5 with 4K. CF-Brandon Barnes was 2x5 with 1 2B. RF-Jon Gaston went 2x4.

Jarred Cosart continued throwing batting practice Sunday, lasting 4 IP allowing 8H/10R/9ER with 4K:3BB and 4 HR allowed. The Golden Sombrero was much coveted this weekend, as 2B-Jose Thompson wore it after Sunday’s 0x4 with 4K performance. CF-Brandon Barnes was 3x4 with 1 R. LF-Adam Bailey went 2x4 with 1 HR and 1R/3RBI.

Man of the Weekend: Brandon Barnes.

Lancaster (55-84)

Lancaster broke out the bats over the weekend, beating the Lake Elsinore Storm 11-3 Saturday and 11-10 in 10 innings Sunday.

Saturday’s starter Zach Grimmett gave 6.2 IP allowing 4H/2ER with 6K:4BB. RF-Grant Hogue was 3x5 with 2 2B and 3 R. SS-Jio Mier went 2x4 with 1 2B and 3R/1RBI. 2B-Andrew Simunic was 2x4 with 1 3B and 1 HR. DH-Erik Castro was 1x4 with 1 HR, a first inning grand slam. CF-Austin Wates went 1x4 with 1 3B, 1 SB, and 1R/2RBI.

Wes Musick was roughed up Sunday, going 3.2 IP allowing 7H/6ER with 4K:2BB. Bobby Doran threw 4.2 IP in relief, giving up 2H/1ER with 2K:2BB to give the JetHawks a chance to get back in the game. RF-Grant Hogue was 1x4 with 1 SB and 1R. SS-Jio Mier went 2x4 with 1 3B and 1R/1RBI. 3B-Jonathan Meyer went 2x4 with 1 HR. LF-Daniel Adamson went 1x4 with 1 HR and 3 RBI. C-Federico Hernandez was the hero, going 2x4 with 2 HR, including the walkoff 3 run homerun in the tenth.

Man of the Weekend: Jio Mier.

Lexington (57-79)

The Legends lost 6-2 Saturday. Sunday’s game was rained out, to be played as part of a double header today.

David Martinez threw 5 IP allowing 10H/4ER with 1K in the loss. LF-Bryce Lane was 1x3 with 1 HR, a two run shot in the ninth to avoid the shutout. 1B-Telvin Nash was 2x3 with 1 2B.

Man of the Weekend: Bryce Lane

Tri-City (33-42)

The ValleyCats dropped the last two games of the season to the Vermont Lake Monsters, 13-0 Saturday and 11-7 Sunday.

Tri-City pitchers played good cop, bad cop Saturday. Starter Juri Perez got lit up, lasting just .2 IP giving up 6H/8ER with 1K:1BB and allowed 3 HR. Travis Smink then came on and gave a strong 3.1 IP outing in relief, allowing 2H with 6K:1BB. Joan Belliard took his turn, lasting 1.2 IP allowing 2H/5ER with 2K:3BB. Kristian Bueno finished the game on a high note, giving 2.1 IP allowing 3H/0ER with 4K:1BB. 2B-Neiko Johnson was 2x3 with 1 SB. SS-Miguel Arrendell was 2x4. OF-Drew Muren went 2x4.

Kyle Hallock went 2.1 IP giving up 5H/6ER with 3K:1BB. Dayan Diaz kept things close with his 3.2 IP allowing 3H/1ER with 4K. Travis Blankenship took the loss with .2 IP, giving up 3H/3R/2ER with 1BB. LF-Jordan Scott went 2x3 with 1 3B, 1 SB, and 1R/3RBI. CF-Drew Muren was 2x5 with 1 RBI.

Man of the Weekend: Drew Muren

Greeneville (25-41)

Season over

GCL Astros (20-34)

Season over

DSL Astros (27-40)

Season over