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8/27/18 MiLB Gameday: The Rehab of Eduardo

Discussion in 'Minor League Forums' started by Cuzittt, Aug 26, 2018.

  1. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

    Today's Games:

    International League Pawtucket Red Sox (William Cuevas) @ Buffalo Bisons [TOR] (TBD) [7:05pm]
    Eastern League Portland Sea Dogs (Eduardo Rodriguez) vs. New Hampshire Fisher Cats [TOR] (TBD) [7:00pm]
    Carolina League Salem Red Sox (TBD) @ Winston-Salem Dash [CHW] (Lincoln Henzman) [7:00pm]
    South Atlantic League Greenville Drive (Enmanuel De Jesus) @ Rome Braves [ATL] (TBD) [7:05pm]
    New York Penn League Lowell Spinners (TBD) @ Connecticut Tigers [DET] (TBD) [7:05pm]
    Gulf Coast League GCL Red Sox - Season Complete
    Dominican Summer League DSL Red Sox 1 - Season Complete
    Dominican Summer League DSL Red Sox 2 - Season Complete


    Playoff Positioning:

    Pawtucket - Elimination Number 3 (Wild Card) [Eliminated from Division Title]
    Portland - Eliminated
    Salem - 9 Games Back of Lynchburg, Elimination Number 1
    Greenville - 2 GB of Lexington
    Lowell - 5 GB of Tri-City (Division), 3 GB Brooklyn



    MiLB TV
    MiLB Radio

    Local Media:


    Providence Journal
    Pawtucket Times

    Seadogs: Portland Press Herald

    Salem: Roanoke Times

    Greenville: Greenville Online

    Lowell: Lowell Sun
  2. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

    PawSox double up the Bisons, 4-2.


    William Cuevas was charged with two runs on five hits – including a gopher ball by Vlad Guerrero the younger – and a walk over seven frames; punching out ten. Travis Lakins gave up three singles and struck out a trio over the final two innings.

    Kyle Wren ripped two singles and stole a base in four treks. Rusney Castillo roped two singles in five contests. Michael Chavis and Mike Miller each managed a single and a walk in four matchups. Brandon Phillips and Tzu-Wei Lin each lined one hit in five at-bats; Phillips with a double and a stolen base. Josh Ockimey obtained two free passes in four jaunts. Dan Butler took a base on balls in four battles. Sam Travis struggled in four subpar sessions.
  3. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

    Portland pummels the Fisher Cats, 12-6.


    Eduardo Rodriguez tossed 76 pitches in four scoreless frames (47 for strikes), yielding two singles and two walks while whiffing a sextet. Trey Ball was bopped for three runs on six hits over three innings; striking out a trio. Harrison Cooney picked up three quick outs in the eighth. Josh Taylor was tapped for three runs on four hits and a wild pitch in the ninth; punching out a pair.

    Jantzen Witte whipped two singles, a double, and a jack in five jaunts. Danny Mars dropped three singles in five at-bats. Esteban Quiroz struck a single and a double while earning a free pass in five quests. Chris Madera and Jeremy Rivera each ripped a pair of hits in five matchups; Madera with a triple. Christian Vazquez hit a single and a sacrifice fly in three ventures before giving way to Jhon Nunez who notched a single and a walk. Bobby Dalbec delivered a single and a base on balls in five battles. Luke Tendler and Tate Matheny combined for six strike outs in ten terrible trips.
  4. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

    Lowell continues to lose, this time to the Tigers 6-1.


    Jose Gonzalez gave up three runs on four hits, four walks, and a wild pitch over five frames; whiffing three. Danny Bethea was dinged for three runs on seven hits and two walks over 1 2/3 innings; striking out two. Kris Jackson picked up the final four outs; allowing one hit and punching out one.

    Grant Williams garnered three singles and a stolen base in four at-bats. Xavier LeGrant legged out a single, a double, and a stolen base in four excursions. Elih Marrero managed one single in four matchups. Korby Batesole earned two bases on balls in four treks. Trey Ganns walked once in four trips. Jonathan Ortega suffered a trio of junky jaunts. Juan Carlos Abreu, Devlin Granberg, and Cole Brannen each had a quartet of abysmal at-bats.
  5. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

    Drive deliver a victory over the Braves; 6-2.


    Enmanuel De Jesus yielded two runs on six hits, a hit by pitch, and a walk over six frames; striking out a septet and uncorking a wild pitch. Marcos Lantigua allowed two hits and whiffed a pair over two innings. Zach Schellenger secured the win with a 1-2-3 ninth; one by way of the K.

    Garrett Benge and Jarren Duran each delivered three hits in five at-bats; Benge with a double, Duran with his first triple in Greenville (after 10 in Lowell). Charlie Madden clubbed two singles and drew a walk in four matchups. Zach Sterry stung two singles and earned a free pass in five sessions. Tanner Nishioka notched a single and a base on balls in five trips. Pedro Castellanos contributed a double in five contests. Jordan Wren ripped a sacrifice fly in five jaunts. Kervin Suarez took a walk in five treks. Ryan Fitzgerald whiffed twice in five frustrating forays.
  6. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

    Salem dash off a 10th inning victory against Winston-Salem, 6-5.


    Daniel Gonzalez gave up five runs on eight hits and a walk over five frames; striking out three. Jared Oliver yielded two hits and two walks in two scoreless innings; whiffing a trio. Algenis Martinez secured the win with three scoreless frames; allowing two hits and punching out a pair.

    C.J. Chatham contributed three singles and a double in five contests; he also scored a run by stealing home. Jake Romanski ripped a single and a double while dropping a sacrifice bunt and stealing a base in five jaunts. Brett Netzer notched a single and a double in five at-bats. Josh Tobias, Michael Osinski, and Jagger Rusconi each reached on a single in five opportunities. Ryan Scott walked once and hit a sacrifice fly in five sessions. Jerry Downs drew a base on balls and was hit by his 25th pitch of the season in five junkets; he also stole a base. Tyler Hill had five fizzled forays.
  7. RoDaddy

    RoDaddy Well-Known Member Lifetime Member SoSH Member


    They're both intriguing prospects although their lack of power is disappointing for big guys, especially Chatham
  8. Sandy Leon Trotsky

    Sandy Leon Trotsky Member SoSH Member

    You think Rodriguez will make another rehab start before rejoining the rotation?
  9. Cuzittt

    Cuzittt Bouncing with Anger Dope

    It really depends on how the Red Sox feel last night actually was. He was effectively wild.

    His next appearance is likely to be Saturday. Which, if he is with Boston, gives the Sox the opportunity to backstop him with more relievers as the rosters expand.

    The other thing that may make a return to Boston slightly more on the likely end is that both Portland and Pawtucket will be on the road. The Sox tend to like to have their pitchers rehab at home. And, I'm not sure they would want to drop him to Lowell for a second rehab start.
  10. joe dokes

    joe dokes Member SoSH Member

    Assuming he wakes up this morning feeling normal, I think his next start is with the Sox. 4IP 76 pitches yesterday. The next level up from there is roughly what he was giving the Sox. 5-6 innings; 95-110 pitches.
  11. 21st Century Sox

    21st Century Sox Member SoSH Member


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