7/25/18 MiLB Gameday: A Triple Double

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Today's Games:

International League Pawtucket Red Sox (Josh Allen Smith) vs. Columbus Clippers [CLE] (Mitch Talbot) [7:05pm]
Eastern League Portland Sea Dogs (Teddy Stankiewicz) vs. Harrisburg Senators [WAS] (Sterling Sharp) [12:05pm]
Carolina League Salem Red Sox (Daniel Gonzalez) @ Wilmington Blue Rocks [KCR] (Carter Hope) [11:05am]
South Atlantic League Greenville Drive (Denyi Reyes/Angel Padron) vs. Hickory Crawdads [TEX] (Noah Bremer/Reid Anderson) [4:35pm]
New York Penn League Lowell Spinners (TBD) vs. Hudson Valley Renegades [TBR] (TBD) [6:35pm]
Gulf Coast League GCL Red Sox vs. GCL Orioles [12:00pm]
Dominican Summer League DSL Red Sox 1 @ DSL Royals1 [10:30am] [DH]
Dominican Summer League DSL Red Sox 2 vs. DSL Cubs1 [10:30am] [DH]

Notes:

Scoreboard:

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
 

Cuzittt

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Salem slips on some Blue Rocks, lose 8-4.

Boxscore

Daniel Gonzalez got the first nine men he faced out before giving up a walk to start the fourth. After a K and a ground out, Gonzalez proceeded to walk three consecutive batters before giving up a double and another walk before being pulled. Overall, he went 3 2/3 frames with four runs on one hit and five walks while whiffing five. Algenis Martinez allowed one run on a solo jack from Travis Jones over 2 1/3 innings; giving up three additional hits and a walk while striking out one. Jake Cosart was knocked for three runs on five hits in his two frames; striking out three. Both Cosart and Martinez uncorked a wild pitch.

Brett Netzer notched three singles and a double in five battles. Jordan Procyshen procured two singles and a base on balls in four jaunts. Bobby Dalbec delivered a single, a walk, and home run #24 in five excursions. C.J. Chatham contributed two singles and two stolen bases in five contests. Jerry Downs drove a double, was dinged by a pitch, and earned two free passes in five junkets. [Fun fact: Downs has now been hit 20 times this season. He has also walked 20 times.] Victor Acosta singled once in five ventures. Nick Sciortino dropped a sacrifice bunt in four sessions. Chris Madera managed a walk in five matchups. Ryan Scott suffered five upsetting ups.
 

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DSL Sox2 come back with five in the sixth, defeat the Cubs in game 1, 7-6.

Boxscore

Irvin Villorroel was victimized for six runs (four earned) on eight hits – including a Fabian Pertuz four-bagger – a hit by pitch, and a walk over 3 1/3 innings; striking out two. Robinson Montero relinquished four hits and whiffed a trio over the final 3 2/3 frames.

Oscar Rangel ripped three singles in four opportunities. Gabriel Perez procured a single, a walk, and a stolen base in three tours. Ronaldo Pulgar punched a double and was popped by a pitch in four plate appearances. Yulis Hernandez, Luis Hernandez, and Gabriel Quintero each had a single in three quests; Luis with a stolen base. Nelfy Abreu and Kleiber Rodriguez each netted a hit in four treks; Rodriguez with a double. Andres Gari garnered a trio of awful attempts.
 

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DSL Sox1 get shut out by the Royals, 3-0.

Boxscore

Cristofe Tineo went four scoreless; yielding three hits, two walks, and a hit by pitch with four Ks. Jose Larez let in three runs on four hits and a walk over two innings; whiffing one.

Denny Daza delivered a single in two deeds. Gilberto Jimenez, Ceddanne Rafaela, Fabian Andrade, and Carlos Sanchez each singled once in three sessions; Sanchez with a stolen base, Rafaela with a stolen base, a caught stealing, and a picked-off/caught stealing. Leonel Jimenez and Jesus Maita had a pair of junky jaunts. Erick Flores had two frustrating forays before being replaced by Jose Navas who struck out in his one up. Brandon Rincones rendered three boorish battles.
 

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GCL Sox score one run in the ninth and then walk-off in the tenth, win 5-4 over the O's.

Boxscore

Yasel Santana surrendered three runs on five hits and a walk over five frames; striking out a septet. Rafael Gomez gave up one run on a Jacob Brown bomb in the sixth, also hitting a batter. Yoan Aybar yielded a walk and a hit by pitch in two frames; whiffing a trio. Andres Jimenez struck out three in two perfect innings.

Jonathan Diaz delivered a single, a double, and a triple in four jaunts. Carlos Pulido punched a single and a double in four contests. Juan Carlos Abreu singled twice (including the game winner) and was caught stealing once in five appearances. Brandon Howlett, Chad Hardy, and Freiberg Marin each had one hit in four forays; Hardy with a double, Howlett with a homer. Justin Qiang walked once in four quests. Jagger Rusconi was unable to reach in two ups before being replaced by Juan Hernandez who was also unable to reach in two junkets. Ivan Houellemont struck out thrice in four excruciating excursions.
 

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Weems wilts, Portland downed 8-7 in 10.

Boxscore

Teddy Stankiewicz surrendered an unearned run on five hits in seven frames; whiffing four. Josh Taylor gave up two hits in a scoreless eighth. Jordan Weems was torched for seven runs (five earned) on six hits and a walk over the final two innings; striking out three.

Nick Lovullo laced two singles in four trips before being pinch run for by Jeremy Rivera, who grounded into a double play to end the game in the 10th. Michael Chavis contributed a homer, a walk, and a hit by pitch in five matchups. Danny Mars, Jantzen Witte, Luke Tendler, Jordan Betts, Jhon Nunez, and Deiner Lopez each laced two hits in five jaunts; Witte with a double and a stolen base, Lopez with a double, Betts and Tendler with 10th inning bombs, and Nunez with a caught stealing. Tate Matheny had a miserable day with a quintet of terrible trips.
 

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DSL1 turn the tide in game 2, shut out the Royals 6-0.

Boxscore

Yoelvis Guedez gave up one hit and one walk over six scoreless, striking out five. Osvaldo De La Rosa relinquished two hits in the seventh.

Ceddanne Rafaela ripped three singles and a double while stealing home in four contests. Fabian Andrade flipped two singles, dropped a sacrifice bunt, and drew a walk in four forays. Luis Mota managed a single and a walk in three matchups. Gilberto Jimenez had a hit and a walk in three jaunts before being replaced by Jesus Maita who singled in the sixth. Leonel Jimenez and Carlos Sanchez each slapped a hit and stole a base in four sessions; Sanchez with a double. Jose Navas notched a base on balls and a stolen base in three junkets. Ruben Hernandez and Breiner Licona each had three lackadaisical trips.
 

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DSL2 get crushed in game 2, 12-4.

Boxscore

Jose Ramirez relinquished six runs on six hits and a walk while getting only one out (via K). Robinson Parra allowed one run on one hit, five walks, and two plunkings in 3 2/3 innings; striking out three. Gregori Segovia surrendered one run on two hits and a walk in the fifth; whiffing one. Argenis Batista was battered for three runs on two hits and plunking while recording one out (also by K). Erison Medina was able to execute the final two outs (both by K) in the sixth, but yielded one run on a hit, a wild pitch, and two walks.

Yulis Hernandez hit two singles and a double in four at-bats. Kleiber Rodriguez clobbered two singles and drew a walk in four treks. Oscar Rangel obtained two singles in four opportunities. Ronaldo Pulgar punched a cuadrangular in four plate appearances. Nelfy Abreu notched a pair of walks in four attempts. Carlos Martinez and Gabriel Perez each earned a base on balls in three matchups. Andres Gari garnered a trio of useless ups. Luis Hernandez looked lost in four failed forays.
 

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With the Beeks trade and the Martin release, one would think that minor league pitching promotions would begin soon (perhaps after the trade deadline but perhaps earlier).

Pitching promotions I'd like to see:

Mike Shawaryn and Travis Lakins from POR to PAW
Darwinzon Hernandez and Harrison Cooney from SAL to POR
Denyi Reyes and Durbin Feltman from GRE to SAL
Eduard Bazardo from LOW to GRE
 

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Greenville wins game one, 4-1.

Boxscore

Denyi Reyes pitched a complete (7-inning) games, allowing one run on a solo homer by Sam Huff... who also had the two other hits against Reyes during the game. Reyes struck out eight and completed the task in a tidy 87 pitches.

Pedro Castellanos and Zach Sterry each stung a single and a double in three contests. Everlouis Lozada laced a single and a sacrifice fly in three excursions. Ryan Fitzgerald, Marino Campana, Garrett Benge, and Charlie Madden each mashed one hit in three matchups; Madden with a double. Tanner Nishioka notched a walk in three trips. Kervin Suarez picked up a base on balls in four sessions.
 

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PawSox stumble against the Clippers, 3-1.

Boxscore

Josh Allen Smith surrendered one run on three hits and a walk over five frames; striking out four and uncorking a wild pitch. Marcus Walden made his return to the PawSox with his sixth inning appearance, giving up a hit and a walk. Fernando Rodriguez relinquished two runs (one earned) on two hits; striking out one over two innings. Williams Jerez loaded the bases in the ninth on two hits and a walk; but induced a double play back to himself to end the threat.

Mike Miller singled twice and was caught stealing once in three matchups. Rusney Castillo contributed two singles in four contests. Sam Travis stung a single and drew a walk in four trips. Cole Sturgeon singled once in three sessions. Adam Lind, Mike Ohlman, and Dan Butler each lined one hit in four opportunities; Lind and Butler each with a double. Tony Renda and Ivan De Jesus delivered an octet of disappointing dances.
 

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Greenville lose the nightcap, 7-1.

Boxscore

Angel Padron allowed three runs on four hits – including a Sam Huff four-bagger – and four walks in 3 2/3 innings; whiffing a quintet. Dominic LoBrutto struck out a pair in 2 1/3 perfect frames. Devon Fisher was dinged for four runs on four hits – including another Sam Huff tater – a walk, and two hit by pitches in the seventh.

[Sam Huff went 5-for-6 with 3 HRs and drove in 6 of the Crawdad's 8 runs in the double dip]

Kervin Suarez connected for two singles and a double in three sessions. Tanner Nishioka and Jordan Wren each notched a single in three trips. Zach Sterry was hit by a pitch and struck out twice. Frankie Rios, Everlouis Lozada, and Sam Miranda each mangled a trio of forgettable forays. Ryan Fitzgerald and Marino Campana each completed three contemptible contests.
 

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Renegades run over the Spinners, 10-8.

Boxscore

Yorvin Pantoja was pasted for seven earned runs on five doubles and four walks over 3 1/3 innings; striking out a quartet and uncorking a wild pitch. Kevin Biondic worked 1 2/3 scoreless innings before allowing the first three batters he faced to reach in the sixth; all came on to score. Biondic yielded four hits, a walk, and hit a batter while whiffing two. Tanner Raiburn gave up a hit and a walk (which allowed all three inherited runners to score) in the sixth; striking out a pair. Victor Garcia gave up three hits in two scoreless frames. Danny Bethea allowed one hit and whiffed one in the ninth.

Tyler Dearden drove a single and two taters in five trips. Andre Colon and Alan Marrero each collected two hits in four appearances; Colon with a double, Marrero with a moonshot. Devlin Granberg garnered a double and a walk in five dances. Dylan Hardy hit a single in four at-bats. Jarren Duran and Tyler Esplin each singled in five excursions. Jonathan Ortega walked once in four opportunities. Grant Williams was granted a base on balls in five forays.
 

Cuzittt

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With the Beeks trade and the Martin release, one would think that minor league pitching promotions would begin soon (perhaps after the trade deadline but perhaps earlier).

Pitching promotions I'd like to see:

Mike Shawaryn and Travis Lakins from POR to PAW
Darwinzon Hernandez and Harrison Cooney from SAL to POR
Denyi Reyes and Durbin Feltman from GRE to SAL
Eduard Bazardo from LOW to GRE
I tend to agree with your desires... but I'm still not sure how the Red Sox organization is going to do this given what they currently have in Pawtucket.

Martin's space was taken by the returning Marcus Walden. The assumption is that once Eovaldi is activated, one of the optionable relievers will come back down (although... none are good candidates. I can't see Velazquez or Workman or Brasier being optioned at this time and yet... unless another trade is in the offing or a Joe Kelly DL appearance comes to fruition, someone needs to move.)

However, the Pawsox are light in starting pitching and I'm not sure how long they want to put up with a rotation of Cuevas, Haley, Shepherd, Josh Smith, and Josh Smith. So... I do think at some point Shawaryn will be moved to Pawtucket... and I think that will bring Houck to Portland (2.72 ERA in his last eight, pitched into the sixth six times), and Reyes clearly needs a push upward.

[I should say that it isn't that the PawSox don't have some players they could move on from. But, I don't think the Red Sox organization is just going to cut bait on Fernando Rodriguez or either Josh Smith (or Marcus Walden) because you need those types of players to sign up to your organization in the future. And possibly in the present (see Ryan Brasier). And they haven't pitched poorly. (Well, Walden did but was injured). But, it is a delicate balance.]

I'm less certain about how to move Lakins (or Gorst or Kelley) permanently to Pawtucket. Feltman will be moved to wherever they want him to go next with minimal fuss (assuming a move to A+ or AA).