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8/28/18 MiLB Gameday: Diaz for the Drive, Denyi for Salem

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    Today's Games:

    International League Pawtucket Red Sox (TBD) vs. Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs [PHI] (Ranger Suarez) [7:05pm]
    Eastern League Portland Sea Dogs (Teddy Stankiewicz) vs. New Hampshire Fisher Cats [TOR] (Jon Harris) [7:00pm]
    Carolina League Salem Red Sox (Denyi Reyes) @ Winston-Salem Dash [CHW] (Alec Hansen) [7:00pm]
    South Atlantic League Greenville Drive (Jhonathan Diaz) @ Rome Braves [ATL] (Walter Borkovich) [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

    Notes:

    Playoff Positioning:

    Pawtucket - Elimination Number 2 (Wild Card) [Eliminated from Division Title]
    Portland - Eliminated
    Salem - 8 Games Back of Lynchburg, Elimination Number 1
    Greenville - 2 GB of Lexington
    Lowell - 5 GB of Tri-City (Division), 3 GB Brooklyn (Wild Card)


    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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    Denyi was named the Outstanding Pitcher (essentially the Cy Young) of the South Atlantic League today.
     
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    Bullpen troubles sink the PawSox, giving up six in the ninth in a 9-3 defeat.

    Boxscore

    Steven Wright gave up a walk and struck out one in his 31 pitch – two inning rehab start. Josh Allen Smith surrendered three runs on six hits and two walks over five frames; punching out nine. Marcus Walden pitched a 1-2-3 eight with two Ks before running into issues in the ninth. Walden gave up a single and then got an out via a fly ball... before inducing two grounders which ended up as errors (one to Chavis, one to Ockimey) loaded the bases. A walk followed for the first of his four unearned runs, and he left to be replaced by Bobby Poyner. Poyner gave up four consecutive line-drive singles and then another bases-juiced walk; yielding all three inherited runners and two of his own before being dismissed in favor of Fernando Rodriguez. Rodriguez struck out the first batter he faced and then got a liner to center for the final out of the ninth.

    Mike Miller mashed two doubles and a sacrifice fly in four matchups. Ivan De Jesus delivered two singles in four jaunts. Aneury Tavarez thumped a double and took a walk in four appearances. Kyle Wren ripped a single in four treks. Tony Renda reached with a base on balls in four trips. Josh Ockimey was hit by a pitch in four opportunities. Christian Vasquez put three balls in play (fly out, ground out, GIDP) before being replaced in the seventh by Oscar Hernandez who struck out in his one up. Michael Chavis and Sam Travis each struck out one during their quartet of contemptible contests.

    Rusney Castillo did not play, but was honored by the International League by being named to their year-end All-Star Team. It is the second consecutive season Castillo has been named to the team.
     
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    Portland doubled up by New Hampshire, 8-4.

    Boxscore

    Teddy Stankiewicz surrendered six runs (five earned) on nine hits – including bombs from Bo Bichette and Harold Ramirez – and a walk over five frames; whiffing one. Adam Lau let in one run on two hits over two innings; striking out a pair. Darwinzon Hernandez walked one and uncorked a wild pitch in the eighth; punching out one as well. Jordan Weems gave up a solo jack to Jon Berti and an inconsequential walk in the ninth; Weems whiffed a pair.

    Chad De La Guerra golfed two singles and his 14th cuadrangular in four dances. Tate Matheny mashed a tater and managed a free pass in four trips. Austin Rei and Esteban Quiroz each ripped one hit in four quests; Quiroz giving the Sea Dogs an early lead with his sixth homer in the first. Danny Mars was hit by a pitch and drew a walk in three matchups. Chris Madera, Jantzen Witte, Bobby Dalbec, and Jeremy Rivera each had four junky jaunts.
     
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    Salem and Winston-Salem play a back-and-forth game with the Dash ultimately getting the upper hand, 9-8 after 10.

    Boxscore

    Denyi Reyes relinquished an earned run in the first on two singles and a walk... then gave up an additional walk and two singles over the next three scoreless frames. After getting the first two outs in the fifth, Reyes fell apart, yielding five unearned runs on a single, two doubles, one reached by error, and a Laz Rivera long ball. Reyes struck out only one in his 4 2/3 innings. Yankory Pimentel surrendered one run on five hits while whiffing a pair in 1 2/3 innings. Durbin Feltman gave up a double in the eighth. Austin Glorius got the first four batters he faced – two by way of the K – before giving up a single to score the ghost runner, another single to place runners on 1st and 3rd... and then committing the walk-off balk to end the contest.

    Tyler Hill hit three singles in six trips. Josh Tobias thumped two singles and was caught stealing once in six jaunts. Michael Osinski hit his first homer for Salem, drew two walks, and stole a base in five opportunities. Ryan Scott and Jagger Rusconi each ripped a single and earned a base on balls in five junkets; Rusconi adding two swipes. Nick Sciortino walked twice, stole a base, and dropped a sacrifice bunt in five sessions. Victor Acosta accepted a free pass and dropped a sacrifice bunt in five ventures. Brett Netzer notched a walk and two stolen bases in six battles. Nick Lovullo notched five fruitless forays.
     
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    Drive walk-off losers in Rome, 2-1.

    Boxscore

    Jhonathan Diaz delivered eight innings of one-run baseball; yielding four hits, two walks, and a hit by pitch while striking out a quartet. Juan Florentino gave up a single, a double, and an intentional walk to his first three batters in the ninth, before getting a strikeout and then surrendering the game-winning sacrifice fly.

    Jarren Duran and Garrett Benge each bopped two singles in four jaunts; Duran adding a stolen base, Benge was caught stealing. Pedro Castellanos and Charlie Madden each clubbed one hit in three matchups; Madden with a double, Castellanos was caught stealing. Marino Campana contributed a single in four matchups. Ryan Fitzgerald walked once in four forays. Zach Sterry and Tanner Nishioka each notched a trio of subpar sessions. Kervin Suarez suffered four futile forays.
     
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    Lowell ends their long losing streak with a 7-0 whitewash of the Tigers.

    Chris Machemer earned his first professional victory with his five frames; allowing two hits, three walks, and a hit by pitch while whiffing a trio. Alex Demchak was dinged for one hit and one hit by pitch over two innings; whiffing one. Victor Garcia walked two and uncorked a wild pitch over the final two frames; punching out a quartet.

    Devlin Granberg delivered two singles, two walks, and a stolen base in five dalliances. Juan Carlos Abreu clubbed two singles and drew a base on balls in four jaunts. Nicholas Northcut notched a single and a homer in five at-bats in his Lowell debut. Brandon Howlett hammered a double and earned a free pass in five battles; he also swiped a bag. Grant Williams whipped a single in five forays. Cole Brannen took a base on balls and stole another base in five contests. Jonathan Ortega, Alan Marrero, and Tyler Esplin combined for a dozen excruciating excursions.
     

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