Monday, April 16, 2012

PreStros Farm Report: April 15

PreStros: April 15

Oklahoma City (8-3) 

Memphis (StL) won for the first time since opening day as they beat OKC 4-3 on a run scoring error by Angel Sanchez in the 8th.

Paul Clemens knocked a little louder on Houston’s door with a 6 inning 1 R effort. He allowed just 3 H and 2 BB with 5 K. Juan Abreu had a rough outing in relief as he allowed 2 R on 2 BB with 1 WP in just .1 IP. Enerio Rosario took the loss by allowing 1 R on 2 H with 1 K in the 8th.

RF-Collin DeLome was 2x4 with 2 R and 1 SB. CF-JB Shuck was 2x4 with 1 R and 1 RBI. C-Landon Powell went 2x3 with 1 BB and 1 RBI.

Man of the Match: Paul Clemens

Corpus Christi (5-5) 

Corpus lost a pitcher’s duel Sunday to fall back to .500.

Jake Buchanan had a fine outing, lasting 6 innings and giving up just 1 R on 4 H and 1 BB with 3 K. Kevin Chapman took the loss with 2 IP and 1 R on 2 H with 3 K.

LF-Austin Wates went 2x4. RF-Jake Goebbert provided the only run as he went 2x4 with a solo HR.

Man of the Match: Jake Buchanan

Lancaster (3-7) 

Lancaster jumped to an early lead but ultimately fell to Lake Elsinore (SD) 7-5.

Wes Musick threw 5 innings and allowed 5 R (4 ER) on 6 H and 1 BB with 7 K. By Lancaster standards that was a good outing. Jose Trinidad had 2 scoreless innings in relief with 1 BB and 1 K.

LF-Telvin Nash regained the California League HR lead with his 6th as he went 2x4 with 2 R and 1 BB. DH-Erik Castro was 2x3 with 1 R and 1 RBI.

Man of the Match: Telvin Nash

Lexington (2-6) 

In an effort to emulate the big league club, the Legends lost in 11 innings Sunday. An error allowed Kannapolis to score the winning run as Lexington fell 5-4.

Kyle Hallock went 5 innings and allowed 3 R on 7 H and 2 BB with 3 K. Carlos Quevedo turned in a solid 4 IP and allowed 1 R on just 2 H with 4 K. Jason Chowning was the pitcher of record and gave up 1 H and 3 BB with 1 K in 2 IP.

2B-Delino DeShields was 1x3 with 2 BB and a 2 run HR. CF-Justin Gominsky went 2x4 with 1 2B and 1 R.

Man of the Match: Delino DeShields

Tri-City (0-0) 

Season begins June 18.

Greeneville (0-0) 

Season begins June 19.

GCL Astros (0-0) 

Season begins June 18.

DSL Astros (0-0) 

Season schedule not yet posted.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

We need to move out of Lancaster and have our single-A team in a different league. it just seems we don't get a fair assessment of hitters or pitchers there. Also, the hitters could get bad habits trying to hit bombs all the time and the pitchers growth could get stunted due to the fact the get hit so hard. When are the contracts up for Lancaster? Anyone heard any scuttlebut on minor league affiliation changes?