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8/25/18 MiLB Gameday: The DSL Season Ends

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  1. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

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    Today's Games:

    International League Pawtucket Red Sox (Chandler Shepherd) @ Buffalo Bisons [TOR] (Mike Hauschild) [6:05pm]
    Eastern League Portland Sea Dogs (Daniel McGrath) @ Reading Fightin' Phils [PHI] (Connor Seabold) [6:45pm]
    Carolina League Salem Red Sox (Kevin McAvoy) @ Wilmington Blue Rocks [KCR] (Gerson Garabito) [6:05pm]
    South Atlantic League Greenville Drive (Eduard Bazardo) @ Charleston RiverDogs [NYY] (Roansy Contreras) [6:05pm]
    New York Penn League Lowell Spinners (TBD) vs. Vermont Lake Monsters [OAK] (Adam Reuss) [5:35pm]
    Gulf Coast League GCL Red Sox @ GCL Twins [12:00pm]
    Dominican Summer League DSL Red Sox 1 @ DSL Dodgers Robinson [10:30am]
    Dominican Summer League DSL Red Sox 2 vs. DSL Dodgers Guerrero [10:30am]

    Notes:

    Playoff Positioning:

    Pawtucket - Elimination Number 3 (Wild Card) [Eliminated from Division Title]
    Portland - Eliminated
    Salem - 8 Games Back of Lynchburg, Elimination Number 4
    Greenville - 3 GB of Lexington
    Lowell - 4 GB of Tri-City (Division), 2 GB Staten Island/Brooklyn (WC)

    GCL - Division Champions
    DSL1 - Eliminated
    DSL2 - Eliminated


    Scoreboard

    Media:

    MiLB TV
    MiLB Radio

    Local Media:

    Pawsox:

    Providence Journal
    Pawtucket Times

    Seadogs: Portland Press Herald

    Salem: Roanoke Times

    Greenville: Greenville Online

    Lowell: Lowell Sun
     
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    DSL1 end the season with a loss to the Robinsons, 5-2.

    Boxscore

    Emerson Ortiz allowed five runs (two earned) on six hits in five frames; striking out one. Royman Blanco relinquished one hit and plunked a batter in the sixth. Alvaro Leal tossed a 1-2-3 seventh. Jose Larez yielded one hit in the eighth.

    Leonel Jimenez hit a single and a double in four jaunts. Wilker Vargas whipped a single and drew a walk in four ventures. Gilberto Jimenez garnered a double in three junkets before being replaced by Ruben Hernandez who was hit by a pitch. Denny Daza delivered a single in three dalliances. Jose Navas notched two useless ups before being replaced by Erick Flores; who had one excruciating excursion. Luis Mota and Lewis Baez each had a trio of mistimed matchups. Fabian Andrade had three abysmal at-bats before giving way to Jesus Maita who struck out in his only trip. Carlos Sanchez suffered a quartet of subpar sessions.
     
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    DSL2 complete their season with a 7-3 victory against the Guerreros.

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    Jose Ramirez relinquished one run on three walks, a hit, a hit by pitch, and a wild pitch over three innings; punching out four. Richardson Jimenez yielded one walk and one wild pitch over three frames; whiffing a quintet. Argenis Batista walked two, uncorked a wild pitch, and whiffed one in the seventh. Robinson Montero allowed two runs on two hits and two walks over the final two frames.

    Andres Gari garnered two singles, a double, and a walk in four appearances. Kleiber Rodriguez ripped two singles and received one walk in four treks. Nelfy Abreu notched two singles in five appearances. Gamaliel Gonzalez golfed a single and a sacrifice fly in four forays. Gregori Custodio chipped a single and was hit by a pitch in five contests. Carlos Martinez walked twice in four matchups. Gabriel Quintero earned a free pass in four quests. Luis Hernandez drew a base on balls and stole a base in five ventures. Gabriel Perez was put out in all four trips to the plate.
     
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    GCL Sox end their regular season with a 13-inning, 7-6 defeat.

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    Gregori Reyes gave up a hit and two walks in three innings; whiffing one. Eddy Reynoso relinquished two hits and two wild pitches while striking out three in two frames. Jose Bens yielded five runs (four earned) on four hits – including a Shane Carrier cuadrangular – two walks, a wild pitch, and a balk over two innings. Juan Morillo yielded an unearned run on two hits over three frames; strking out one. Rafael Gomez gave up an intentional walk and the game-winning hit over two innings and one batter; punching out a pair.

    Juan Hernandez hit two singles, drew a walk, and was caught stealing in five jaunts after replacing Nick Decker who struck out once in two ups. Keibert Petit procured a single and a double in four treks before being replaced by Jecorrah Arnold who was hit by a pitch in two appearances. Jonathan Diaz delivered a single in two dances before being replaced by Carlos Pulido who had a quartet of contemptible contests. Nicholas Northcut notched a single, a walk, a hit by pitch, and a sacrifice fly in six sessions. Justin Qiang jolted a single and took two bases on balls in six quests. Andre Colon collected a double, a walk, and a sacrifice bunt in six attempts. Bramdon Perez punched a single and earned a free pass in six battles. Chad Hardy hit a single in five forays after replacing Juan Carlos Abreu who could not reach in two tries. Ricardo Cubillan earned two bases on balls and dropped a sacrifice bunt in six ventures.
     
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    Lowell loses another heartbreaker, 4-3 in 10.

    Boxscore

    Brian Brown walked one and whiffed a trio in two frames. Taylor Ahearn allowed two runs on two hits and three walks over 4 1/3 innings; punching out a sextet. Danny Bethea gave up a hit, tossed an wild pitch, and struck out one while picking up the final two outs in the seventh. Andrew Politi surrendered one run on two hits and a hit by pitch over two frames; whiffing a quartet. Kevin Biondic gave up the ghost runner on one hit in the tenth.

    Jonathan Ortega jolted two singles and a triple in four opportunities. Devlin Granberg garnered a single and two doubles in five dances. Lane Milligan laced a single and a triple in five matchups. Korby Batesole blooped a single, drew a walk, and stole a base in four battles. Tyler Esplin thumped a single in four excursions. Cole Brannen dropped a sacrifice bunt in five forays. Alberto Schmidt and Xavier LeGrant each suffered a quartet of quizzical quests. Grant Williams put five balls in play without one positive result.
     
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    PawSox pip Buffalo, 8-5.

    Boxscore

    Justin Haley yielded four runs on eight hits – including a Jonathan Davis downtown shot – and two walks over six innings; striking out six. Marcus Walden allowed one run on two hits and a walk in the seventh. Bobby Poyner surrendered one hit and hit a batter over the final two frames; punching out two.

    Dan Butler delivered two singles, a double, and a walk in five forays. Mike Miller and Josh Ockimey each mashed three hits in five opportunities; Ockimey with a tater. Tzu-Wei Lin lined two singles and earned a free pass in six sessions. Michael Chavis clobbered a double and a homer in five matchups. Aneury Tavarez took two bases on balls and swatted a sacrifice fly in five appearances. Sam Travis took two walks in five trips. Rusney Castillo and Brandon Phillips each procured a quintet of contemptible contests.
     
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    Drive win with two in the 10th, 4-3.

    Boxscore

    Eduard Bazardo was bopped for two runs on seven hits – including a Wilkerman Garcia gopher ball – over six frames; punching out six. Dominic LoBrutto yielded a hit, a walk, and a wild pitch over two scoreless; whiffing four. Devon Fisher allowed an unearned run on two hits and a walk over two innings; striking out three.

    Tanner Nishioka notched two singles, two doubles, and a walk in five trips. Pedro Castellanos clubbed three singles and a sacrifice fly in five contests. Kervin Suarez and Everlouis Lozada each laced one hit and drew one base on balls in five excursions; Lozada with a double, Suarez with a stolen base. Jarren Duran delivered a single and was hit by a pitch in five jaunts; Duran stole one base and was then picked-off/caught stealing third. Isaias Lucena and Garrett Benge each garnered a double in five battles. Marino Campana and Ryan Fitzgerald each suffered five fizzled forays.
     
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    Portland holds on for a 4-3 victory over the Fightins

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    Dedgar Jimenez yielded one run on three hits and three walks over six frames; striking out five. Darwinzon Hernandez allowed one run on three hits and a walk in the seventh; punching out two. Harrison Cooney walked a pair in a scoreless eighth. Adam Lau let in one run on three hits in the ninth; whiffing a pair.

    Jeremy Rivera ripped a single and a double in four jaunts. Jantzen Witte and Esteban Quiroz each cracked one hit and drew one walk in four quests; Quiroz with his first homer in over four months. Luke Tendler thumped a single and was hit by a pitch in four trips. Deiner Lopez laced a single in four dalliances. Bobby Dalbec, Chris Madera, Austin Rei, and Danny Mars each had a quartet of mistimed matchups.
     
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    Salem whipped by Wilmington, 8-2.

    Boxscore

    Kevin McAvoy was knocked for three runs on seven hits and one walk over five frames; striking out seven and unleashing a wild pitch. Mark Montgomery was only able to get two outs in the sixth, yielded three runs on two hits, a hit by pitch, a wild pitch, and a walk. Jared Oliver picked up four quick outs; two by way of the K (although he did uncork a wild pitch). Durbin Feltman was dinged for two runs on two hits and a hit by pitch in the eighth; whiffing a pair.

    C.J. Chatham clipped two singles and was clipped by a pitch in four contests. Jerry Downs and Nick Lovullo each laced a single and took a walk in four jaunts. Jake Romanski ripped a double in four junkets. Josh Tobias took two bases on balls in four trips. Tyler Hill walked twice in five treks. Jagger Rusconi had a trio of unsuccessful ups before being replaced by Ryan Scott who struck out once. Victor Acosta and Michael Osinski each had four odious opportunities.
     

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