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7/16 MiLB Gameday: GCL Doubleheader
Posted 16 July 2012 - 09:54 AM
IL: Pawtucket (Tony Pena) vs. Syracuse (John Lannan) [7:05pm]
EL: Portland (Drake Britton) vs. Reading (Austin Hyatt) [7:05pm]
CL: Salem (Brandon Workman) @ Frederick (Tim Berry) [7:05pm]
SAL: Greenville (Luis Diaz) @ Charleston (Matt Bashore) [7:05pm]
NYPL: Lowell (Raynel Velette) vs. Staten Island (Evan Rutckyj) [7:05pm]
GCL GCL Sox vs. Rays [11:00am] [Doubleheader]
DSL DSL Sox vs. DSL Pirates1 [10:00am]
Ryan Pressly to Portland (replacing Chorye Spoone).
Pawsox: Providence Journal, Pawtucket Times
Seadogs: Portland Press Herald
Salem: Roanoke Times
Greenville: Greenville Online
Lowell: Lowell Sun
Posted 16 July 2012 - 02:26 PM
Carp's rehab is going well, 6.0 IP, 1.00 WHIP, 32% K rate, 4.0 K/BB
Edited by SoxScout, 16 July 2012 - 02:28 PM.
Posted 16 July 2012 - 07:50 PM
Posted 16 July 2012 - 07:52 PM
Mario Alcantara went 3 innings, allowing 3 runs on 3 hits, 5 walks and a HBP; striking out 7. Oscar Melendez went 4 innings, allowing 2 runs on 5 hits; striking out 5.
Mike Meyers went 2/3. Jeremias Pineda went 1/3 with a walk. Cleuluis Rondon and Jose Colorado each went 1/4; Colorado with a HR. Shaq Green-Thompson went 0/1 with 2 walks (and a K). Kolbrin Vitek went 0/1 with a walk before being replaced by Keaton Briscoe who went 0/2. Nathan Minnich went 0/3 with a walk. David Sopilka went 0/3. Iseha Conklin went 0/4.
Posted 16 July 2012 - 07:56 PM
Jonathan Aro went 5 innings, allowing 2 runs (1 earned) on 2 hits and 2 walks; striking out 5. Jeffrey Wendelken went 2 innings, giving up 2 hits; striking out one.
Tzu-Wei Lin went 1/2 with a walk. Jeremias Pineda went 1/2 with a sacrifice. Nick Moore went 1/3 with a double. Jose Colorado went 1/3 with a SB. Deiner Lopez went 0/1 with a walk. Beau Bishop and Miguel Rodriguez each went 0/2. Keaton Briscoe and Iseha Conklin each went 0/3.
Posted 16 July 2012 - 08:29 PM
Posted 16 July 2012 - 09:03 PM
Luis Diaz went 6 innings, allowing a run on 5 hits; striking out 3. Nefi Ogando went 2 innings, allowing a run on 2 hits; striking out one. Matty Ott pitched a perfect 9th.
Keury de la Cruz went 2/4 with a double. Cody Koback went 1/3 with a triple and a walk and a SB. Jose Garcia, Garin Cecchini, Henry Ramos, and Blake Swihart each went 1/4; Cecchini with a double and a SB, Swihart with a SB. David Renfroe and Jordan Weems each went 0/3 with a walk. Jose Vinicio went 0/3.
Posted 16 July 2012 - 09:04 PM
Brandon Workman went 6 innings, allowing 5 runs on 9 hits (2 HRs), 2 walks and a WP; striking out 10. Pete Ruiz went 2 innings, allowing 2 runs on 4 hits (1 HR), a walk and a WP; striking out 2.
Christian Vazquez and Michael Almanzar each went 2/4 with a walk; Almanzar with a HR. Brandon Jacobs went 2/5 with a double. Travis Shaw went 1/2 with a double, 2 walks, a HBP, a SB and a PO/CS. Felix Sanchez went 1/3 with a walk and 2 SBs. Adalberto Ibarra went 1/4 with a walk. Sean Coyle and Shannon Wilkerson each went 1/5. Heiker Meneses went 0/4 with a SF.
Posted 16 July 2012 - 09:07 PM
Tony Pena went 5 innings, giving up 5 hits and 2 walks; striking out 4. Chris Carpenter went an inning, walking one. Dan Bard went an inning, allowing 2 runs on 2 hits (1 HR), a walk and a WP; striking out one. Will Latimer went 2 innings, allowing 3 runs on 4 hits (3 HRs).
Mauro Gomez went 3/4 with 2 doubles and a HR. Juan Carlos Linares and Mike Rivera each went 2/4 with a HR. Jon Hee went 1/2 with a walk and a HBP and a SB. Nate Spears and Lars Anderson each went 1/4. Che-Hsuan Lin went 1/5. Alex Hassan went 0/3 with a walk. Jose Iglesias went 0/4 with a SF.
Posted 16 July 2012 - 09:10 PM
Drake Britton went 3 2/3 innings, allowing 8 runs on 9 hits and 4 walks; striking out 2. Caleb Clay went 2 2/3 innings, allowing 3 runs on 5 hits, a walk and a HBP. Ryan Pressly went 2 2/3 innings, giving up a hit and striking out 2.
Jackie Bradley went 2/3 with a double and a triple before being replaced by Ronald Bermudez who went 1/2. Marquez Smith went 2/5 with a double. Derrik Gibson went 0/2 with 2 walks. Ryan Dent, Dan Butler and Reynaldo Rodriguez each went 0/3 with a walk. Drew Hedman and Peter Hissey each went 0/4. Bryce Brentz went 0/5.
Posted 16 July 2012 - 09:11 PM
Raynel Velette went 5 innings, allowing 2 runs on 4 hits (2 HRs), a walk and a WP; striking out 6. Greg Larson went 3 innings, allowing 3 runs on 7 hits; striking out 3. Braden Kaptyn went an inning, walking one.
Aneury Tavarez went 3/3 with a double and 2 walks. Matthew Gedman and Kendrick Perkins each went 3/5. David Chester went 2/4 with a double and a walk. Mookie Betts went 2/4 with a sacrifice. Mike Miller went 2/6 with a double. Oscar Perez went 1/4 with a walk. Dreily Guerrero went 1/5 with a double and a walk. Deven Marrero went 0/4 with a walk.
Posted 16 July 2012 - 09:11 PM
Edwar Garcia went 4 innings, allowing 2 unearned runs on 2 hits and 3 walks; striking out 2. Jervis Torrealba went 4 innings, allowing a run on a walk and a WP; striking out 3. Luis Ramos went 2 innings, allowing an unearned run on 2 walks; striking out 2.
Andres Garcia went 2/3 with a walk, HBP and SB. Alixon Suarez went 2/5 with a triple. Aneudis Peralta went 1/4 with a walk. Osvaldo Almengo went 1/4 with a HBP. Manuel Margot went 0/2 with a walk and 2 HBPs. Junior Estrella went 0/3 with 2 walks and a SB. Robert del Rosario and Roberto Duncan each went 0/5; del Rosario with a SB. Raymel Flores went 0/1 before being replaced by Diory Paulino who went 0/4.
Posted 16 July 2012 - 10:21 PM
Nice to see the strikeout numbers the last 2 games, although the results werent there this time.
Posted 17 July 2012 - 08:17 AM
In a reenactment of 2011, Britton gives up 9 hits, 8 runs, and 4 walks in 3+ innings. I still think he's more suited for relieving, and hope the organization gives him a few turns out the pen toward the end of the season just to see how he looks and to give him some experience there.
You give left-handers with 93-95 gas, wipeout breaking balls, and useable offspeed stuff every chance i the world to be a rotation piece. The guy has make a great adjustment at AA -- one wild one shouldn't bring the hedge clippers out. If anything, it will be interesting to see how he reacts to getting his brains beaten in. In 2011 he reacted by getting his brains beaten in again. If he can put this one behind him, that's more evidence of important development.
Posted 17 July 2012 - 08:18 AM
The PawSox defeated Syracuse 8-5 Monday night at McCoy. In his first appearance with the PawSox since rehabbing from elbow surgery, Chris Carpenter went one inning and gave up one walk. Mauro Gomez went 3 for 4 with a homerun. The last time that the PawSox had three homeruns in a game was July 30, 2012 at Lehigh Valley.
The PawSox had a 3-run first inning and took the lead early. Mauro Gomez doubled (28) and scored Che-Hsaun Lin who singled to right. Lars Anderson scored on a Syracuse throwing error by the third baseman and Gomez scored on a single by J.C. Linares.
After three scoreless innings, Gomez hit a homerun (20) to left field and extended the PawSox lead, 4-0. Then in the sixth, Linares led off with a homerun (2) to left to make it 5-0 and was followed by back to back singles. RBI sac fly by Jose Iglesias scored Rivera and made the score 6-0.
Syracuse got on the board after a 2-run homerun by Brett Carroll and trailed the PawSox 6-2 after seven innings. The PawSox answered back with a 2-run homerun from Mike Rivera in the seventh to extend their lead, 8-2. Gomez hit a double (28) to lead off the inning.
Two homeruns by the Chiefs cut the PawSox lead to 8-4 in the eighth inning and a homerun in the ninth brought it to 8-5. Corey brown led the Chiefs with three hits.
Britton, 23, one of the Boston Red Sox's most promising left-handed prospects, did not make it out of the fourth inning in an 11-4 loss to the Reading Phillies at Hadlock Field.
Britton was tagged for eight runs on nine hits and four walks over 32/3 innings.
"He worked behind in the count and he elevated some pitches," Sea Dogs Manager Kevin Boles said. "And with that lineup, they were able to take advantage.
The Phillies, who lead the Eastern League in batting, outhit Portland 15-5. Marquez Smith had two RBI with two hits for Portland.
Jackie Bradley Jr. also accounted for two of the hits -- a triple and double. Bradley was lifted for a pinch hitter in the eighth inning. But Boles said he was only giving Bradley a rest in what was then an 11-0 game.
Reading led 7-0 after two innings.
This is only Britton's third full pro season. He was drafted out of high school in 2007, but underwent Tommy John surgery in 2008.
While 2011 was horrible for Britton (1-13, 6.91 ERA in advanced Class A Salem), he has shown encouraging signs this year and was promoted to Portland on June 1.
Six of his eight starts have been good, allowing three earned runs or fewer.
"There is a lot to like there," Boles said.
But he is a work in progress. Britton gave up seven runs on June 20. And then there was Monday.
Britton began by allowing a double, walk and RBI single. After a strikeout and walk, it looked as if he induced a double-play grounder to shortstop Derrik Gibson. But the ball took a vicious hop, well over Gibson's reach, for a two-run single.
The hits and walks kept coming, for four runs in the first, three in the second and, after two outs, another in the fourth.
Johnny Ruettiger, Trent Mummey and Steve Bumbry all had home runs, and the Keys beat the Red Sox 7-6 on Monday night at Harry Grove Stadium.
Frederick trailed early after Travis Shaw, Michael Almanzar and Brandon Jacobs all scored in the top of the first inning, all with two outs.
Keys starter Tim Berry settled in after that, and Frederick mounted a comeback against Salem starter Brandon Workman.
After Justin Dalles singled in a run in the first, the Keys scored four runs in the third inning to take a 5-3 lead, thanks to home runs from Mummey and Bumbry.
In the fifth, Salem's Felix Sanchez stole second base, and then third, and was brought in on a sacrifice fly by Heiker Meneses, drawing the Sox to with one.
The Keys, though, scored insurance runs in the seventh and eighth innings to take a decisive 7-4 lead.
Cody Koback’s two-out triple in the ninth scored Henry Ramos with the go-ahead run and the Greenville Drive went on to a 3-2 win over the Charleston RiverDogs Monday night at Riley Park.
Greenville jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first inning as Jose Garcia, Keury De La Cruz and Garin Cecchini led off the game with consecutive hits. Cecchini’s double to right scored Garcia. David Renfroe followed with a ground ball to third that scored De La Cruz.
The double was Cecchini’s 25th of the season, and he went on to steal third for his 32nd stolen base of the year.
Charleston cut the lead to 2-1 in the sixth, then tied the game on Cody Grice’s RBI-single in the seventh.
With one out in the top of the ninth, Ramos singled to right. An out later, Koback tripled to right to sent Ramos home.
Matty Ott pitched a perfect bottom of the ninth for his fourth save.
Greenville starter Luis Diaz allowed one run on five hits in six innings. He had no walks and three strikeouts. Reliever Nefi Ogando (2-4) gave up one run on two hits in two innings to pick up the win.
De La Cruz had two hits to lead the Drive. Tyson Blaser had a pair of hits for the RiverDogs.
Over the years, the Lowell Spinners have won a lot of games against the Staten Island Yankees in their final at-bat. This time the Spinners went to the opposite end of the spectrum and beat the Yankees in their first at-bat.
The Spinners sent 10 batters to the plate in the first inning and took a 4-0 lead, and they were never caught as they thumped the Yankees, 11-5, Monday night in front of a turnout of 4,264 at LeLacheur Park and salvaged the final game of the three-game series.
The Spinners banged out a season-high 17 hits in winning for just the fourth time in their last 23 games. It was only the fourth time in the last 22 games the New York-Penn League's weakest hitting team (.226) has cracked double digits in hits.
Matt Gedman, Kendrick Perkins and Aneury Tavarez led with three hits each.
"Guys came out swinging early," said a pleased Bruce Crabbe, the Spinners' manager. "That four-run rally got us going, and we were able to keep the pressure on most of the night."
"We've been losing a lot of games lately, and it definitely helps when you get ahead and give your pitchers a little more cushion to work with," said Gedman, who is hitting .317. "And we were able to keep it rolling."
Heading into Monday's night's series finale, the Spinners had beaten Staten Island 23 times at The Lash dating back to 1999. Eleven of those victories had come in Lowell's final turn at-bat.
This was a rare cakewalk
against the Yankees.
Dreily Guerrero and Mike Miller led off the first with doubles against Yankees' lefty Evan Rutckyj, and a two-run single by Gedman made it 3-0. A bases-loaded walk to Oscar Perez later in the inning pushed home the fourth run.
Raynel Velette (2-1) pitched five strong innings for the Spinners, running into problems only in the third when he fell behind hitters and surrendered back-to-back homers to Exicardo Cayones and Saxon Butler. Butler leads the NY-PL in homers with seven and RBI with 21.
"(Pitching coach) Paul (Abbott) gave a speech about pounding the zone and working ahead in the count," said Crabbe, who saw Lowell pitchers walk 18 batters in the first two games of the series. "That was the one inning he didn't do that, and it showed in the results."
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