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Friday, May 15, 2015

PreStros Morning Report: May 14


*Org goes 2-2 on the day; 83-52 cumulative record (.615)
*Fresno loses 9-8 despite Matt Duffy's 9th-inning grand slam
*Corpus wins at Frisco for an 8-2 record in their last ten
*Lancaster blew two leads in a 5-4 13-inning loss.
*All Quad Cities does is win, defeating Beloit to improve to 12-1 in May.

Fresno (18-16)

The Fresno Fresnoes never actually held the lead in this game, but they did stage some dramatic almost-comebacks, including a 9th inning 2-out grand slam by Matt Duffy to bring the Grizzlies within a run, but they couldn't get the tying run in a 9-8 loss at Albuquerque. Luis Cruz gave up 12H/5ER, 2K:0BB in 4.2IP; Jordan Jankowski struck out all four batters he faced; Jason Stoffel allowed 4H/4ER, 1K:0BB, and James Hoyt allowed 2H/0ER (but one of Stoffel's runs), 3K:2BB in 1.1IP.

Matt Duffy's grand slam capped a 4x5, 5RBI night; Matt Dominguez was 2x5 with a double, homer, and 3RBI; L.J. Hoes was 2x4 with a double and a walk; Carlos Correa and Domingo Santana had a hit and a walk each.

Man of the Match: Matt Duffy

Corpus (21-12)

That's eight out of ten for the Hooks, who get a run in the 7th and 9th to defeat Frisco, 4-2. Vince Velasquez threw 4IP, 3H/2ER, 6K:4BB with 45 of his 76 pitches for strikes; Angel Baez threw a perfect 5th, Aaron West struck out five and walked one in three scoreless innings, and Jandel Gustave struck out two in the 9th.

Tony Kemp was 2x4 with a double, walk, and two stolen bases; Leo Heras was 2x4 with two doubles and an RBI; Tyler White and Telvin Nash (2B) each had a hit and a walk.

Man of the Match: Tony Kemp

Lancaster (17-17)

The JetHawks had a 3-1 lead heading into the 6th before Visalia tied it up at 3-3; then the JetHawks had a 4-3 lead heading into the bottom of the 8th before Visalia tied it up at 4-4; then Visalia got the walkoff in the bottom of the 13th for a 5-4 win over Lancaster. Michael Feliz threw 5IP, 3H/1ER, 6K:2BB; Albert Minnis allowed 3H/2ER, 1K:0BB in 1IP; Tyler Brunnemann allowed 3H/1ER, 3K:0BB in 2IP; Frederick Tiburcio allowed 2H/0ER, 1K:0BB in 2IP; Chris Cotton got the loss with 2IP, 3H/1R (0ER), 2K:1BB, and Gonzalo Sanudo gave up the hit that scored the unearned run in the 13th.

Alfredo Gonzalez was 2x5; A.J. Reed was 1x6 with a two-run homer - his 9th of the season. Brett Phillips and Jack Mayfield each had a double. J.D. Davis was 1x5 with a walk and a stolen base.

Man of the Match: A.J. Reed, I guess.

Quad Cities (27-7)

Say there's another win for Quad Cities, who are 12-1 in May and have won 14 of their last 15 games. Chris Lee threw 5IP, 6H/2ER, 5K:1BB; Jordan Mills allowed just a hit in 2IP; Eric Peterson allowed 2H/1ER, 3K:3BB in 1.2IP, and Ryan Thompson struck out the last batter of the game.

Kristian Trompiz was 2x4 with a three-run homer; Jamie Ritchie was 1x2 with 2BB; Derek Fisher drew two walks; Nick Tanielu was 1x4 with a double, and Ryan Bottger was 1x3 with a walk and an RBI.

Man of the Match: Kristian Trompiz

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

PreStros Morning Report: August 19

Oklahoma City (74-56), 6.0 up

The RedHawks scored six runs in the first and cruised from there for a 6-2 win over the Isotopes. Bobby Doran threw 7 IP and gave up 3H/2R (1 ER) with 3K:3BB. Eric Berger and Jose Cisnero each threw 1 scoreless inning in relief.

Trevor Crowe went 2x3 with 2 BB, 1 R, and 1 RBI. Che-Hsuan Lin was 1x2 with 2 BB, 1 R, and 1 RBI.

Man of the Match: Bobby Doran

Corpus (33-23), 2.0 GB


Lancaster (35-21), 8.0 up


Quad Cities (32-23), 5.5 GB

Mark Appel bounced back from his last outing to lead the River Bandits to a 6-1 win over Burlington. Appel went 5 IP and allowed 2H/1R with 6K:2BB. Mitchell Lambson and Andrew Walter each threw 2 scoreless innings in relief.

Teoscar Hernandez was 2x4 with 1 BB, 1 SB, and 1 R. Danry Vasquez was 2x4 with 1 BB and 2 RBI. Austin Elkins was 2x5 with 1 SB and 1 R. Jordan Scott was 2x4

Man of the Match: Mark Appel

Tri-City (35-25) 0.5 GB

Tanner Bushue got roughed up as the ValleyCats lost 7-2 to Vermont. Bushue threw 2 IP and gave up 5H/6R with 1 BB. Randall Fant went 4 IP and allowed 4H/1R with 2 BB. Charles Basford went the final 3 IP with 1 H and 4K:1BB. 

Ryan Dineen was 2x4 with 1 RBI. Tyler White went 2x4. 

Man of the Match: Ryan Dineen.

Greeneville (34-24), 1.5 up

Errors and the lack of timely hitting gave the Astros a 2-0 loss to the Twins. Frederick Tiburcio threw 4 IP and allowed 5H/2R (1 ER) with 6 K. Krishawn Holley went 3 scoreless innings with 3 H and 4 K. Chris Munnelly pitched the final inning with 1 H and 2 K.

Chase McDonald was 2x4 with 1 2B. 

Man of the Match: Krishawn Holley, I guess.

GCL Astros (24-27), 8.0 GB

The Astros lost to the Phillies 5-2. Kent Emanuel started with 3 scoreless IP with 5 K. Austin Nicely threw 2 IP and gave up 4H/3R with 1 BB. Devonte German went 1 IP and allowed 2H/2R with 1K:2BB. Javier Lozano and Zach Dando each went 1 IP to finsih up the game.

Jean Batista was 1x4 with a solo HR. Yonathan Mejia was 2x4 with 1 2B. 

Man of the Match: Kent Emanuel

DSL Astros (35-31) 9.0 GB

The Astros lost 6-1 to the Indians. Edwin Villarroel threw 4 IP and allowed 3H/4R with 2K:3BB. Juan Hernandez went 1 IP and gave up 1H/1R with 1 K. Junior Garcia and Geronimo Franzua each turned in 1 scoreless IP. Carlos Vazquez threw .2 IP and gave up 1H/1R with 1K:2BB. Juan Delis threw 1.1 IP with 1 K. 

Kristian Trompiz was 1x3 with 1 BB and 1 R.

Man of the Match: Kristian Trompiz

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Two more international signings

Yesterday we told you - or, at least linked to someone else telling you - about the Astros signing SS Kristian Trompiz. Brian McTaggart has two other signings for you:

*OF Luis Payano, 16 years old.
*C Victor Tavarez, 17 years old.

Terms were not disclosed. Click the link for info on all three.

Monday, July 2, 2012

Astros sign Kristian Trompiz

With a captip to Native_Astro, Enrique Rojas is reporting that the Astros have signed 16-year old Venezuelan shortstop Kristian Trompiz for $300,000.

Courtesy of SpikesNStars, we have a link to this note from Ben Badler on Trompiz:
Scouts have some concerns about his bat speed from the right side, but he's shown he can work the count with a solid approach and hitting instincts. He's around an average runner and a solid fielder, though his 45 arm may fit better at second base.