8/11/18 MiLB Gameday: Stanky Ducks

Cuzittt

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Nov 20, 2001
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Today's Games:

International League Pawtucket Red Sox (Justin Haley) @ Indianapolis Indians [PIT] (J.T. Brubaker) [7:05pm]
Eastern League Portland Sea Dogs (Teddy Stankiewicz) @ Akron RubberDucks [CLE] (Triston McKenzie) [7:05pm]
Carolina League Salem Red Sox (TBD) vs. Carolina Mud Cats [MIL] (TBD) [6:05pm]
South Atlantic League Greenville Drive (Enmanuel De Jesus) @ Augusta Greenjackets [SFG] (Caleb Baragar) [6:05pm]
New York Penn League Lowell Spinners (TBD) vs. Brooklyn Cyclones [NYM] (Jaison Vilera) [5:35pm]
Gulf Coast League GCL Red Sox @ GCL Twins [12:00pm]
Dominican Summer League DSL Red Sox 1 vs. DSL Royals [10:30am]
Dominican Summer League DSL Red Sox 2 @ DSL Cubs1 [10:30am]

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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Nov 20, 2001
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DSL1 defeat the Royals, 4-2.

Boxscore

Yoelvis Guedez gave up one run on four hits and a walk over six frames; whiffing two and uncorking a wild pitch. Armando Acosta debuted with a scoreless seventh, giving up a hit and striking out one. Jesus Rosillo relinquished a hit in the eighth. Luis Colmenares let in an unearned run on three walks in the ninth; whiffing one.

Jesus Maita managed two singles and was hit by a pitch in four matchups. Leonel Jimenez and Breiner Licona each lined two singles in four at-bats; Jimenez adding a stolen base. Carlos Sanchez and Wilker Vargas each whipped a single and drew a walk in four ventures; Sanchez with a steal, Vargas with a pair of swipes. Fabian Andrade singled once in four forays. Denny Daza danced to first with a base on balls in four appearances. Lewis Baez bopped a sacrifice fly and struck out three times. Jose Navas notched a quartet of junky jaunts.
 

Cuzittt

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DSL2 clubbed by the Cubs, 5-2.

Boxscore

Jose Ramirez relinquished one run on three hits and three walks over four frames; whiffing a quintet while uncorking a wild pitch. Robinson Montero was mauled for three runs on three hits and two walks over three innings; striking out five. Argenis Batista allowed one run on three walks while recording one out. Gregori Segovia secured the final two outs of the eighth.

Nelfy Abreu notched a double and a sacrifice bunt in four appearances. Luis Hernandez lined a single in four at-bats. Gabriel Perez garnered a walk, a stolen base, and a sacrifice bunt in three trips. Andres Gari gathered two walks in four attempts. Kleiber Rodriguez ripped a single and received a free pass in four contests. Ronaldo Pulgar procured a walk in four forays. Gregori Custodio, Oscar Rangel and Carlos Martinez each had a quartet of odious opportunities.
 

Cuzittt

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PawSox win their bullpen game, 3-2.

Boxscore

Fernando Rodriguez relinquished one run on two hits and two walks over three frames; striking out two and uncorking a wild pitch. Travis Lakins lets in one run on one hit and two walks over two innings; whiffing a pair. Robby Scott faced six batters and got them all out; two by way of the K. Trevor Kelley gave up two hits and threw a pitch to the backstop in his two scoreless; whiffing one.

Brandon Phillips punched a single and two doubles in four at-bats while playing his third game at third this month. Tzu-Wei Lin lined a single and a triple in four trips. Josh Ockimey obtained a single and a walk in four junkets. Tony Renda and Kyle Wren each ripped a single in four treks. Jantzen Witte was hit by a pitch and then caught stealing in four jaunts. Oscar Hernandez walked once in four opportunities. Sam Travis and Rusney Castillo each contributed a quartet of subpar sessions.
 

Cuzittt

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Stank runs out of steam, Portland loses 5-2.

Boxscore

Teddy Stankiewicz pitched the first six frames in scoreless fashion, allowing five hits and a walk while whiffing a quintet and uncorking a wild pitch. In the seventh, he surrendered three runs on four hits of increasing magnitude (single, double, double, triple) while striking out one. Harrison Cooney was knocked for two runs on a hit, a hit by pitch, and two walks in the eighth; striking out one.

Luke Tendler thumped two singles and received a free pass in four trips. Chad De La Guerra delivered two singles and a walk in five contests. Jeremy Rivera ripped two singles in five junkets. Bobby Dalbec drilled a single and was drilled by a pitch in four battles. Jordan Betts and Danny Mars each managed a single in four matchups. Johnny Bladel walked once in four forays. Jhon Nunez and Michael Chavis each contributed a quartet of junky jaunts; Chavis whiffing thrice.
 

Cuzittt

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Denyi dinged in the sixth, Salem downed 4-3.

Boxscore

Denyi Reyes went five scoreless frames on three hits while striking out a quintet before giving up three singles and a walk to start the sixth, eventually being charged with three runs. Joan Martinez yielded one run (and two inherited runners scored) on three hits in three frames; whiffing a trio. Yankory Pimentel pitched a 1-2-3 ninth.

Josh Tobias took a walk and thumped a single and a double in four jaunts. Victor Acosta hit a single and drew a walk in four ventures. Tyler Hill had a pinch hit double in the ninth after replacing Nick Sciortino who was retired in all three sessions. Jagger Rusconi ripped a single in four forays. C.J. Chatham, Chris Madera, and Brett Netzer each notched a single in five contests. Michael Osinski obtained a free pass and a hit by pitch in four opportunities. Jerry Downs walked once in five junkets.
 

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Drive stall out in Augusta, 3-1.

Boxscore

Enmanuel De Jesus was dinged for three runs on five hits, four walks, and a plunking in six frames; whiffing a sextet and uncorking a wild pitch. Marcos Lantigua allowed one hit and struck out a pair in two innings.

Marino Campana clobbered a single and his 16th moonshot in four matchups. Jarren Duran delivered a single in three jaunts before being run by first base umpire Drew Saluga in the fifth; Zach Sterry replaced Duran in the lineup and had a single in his only up. Pedro Castellanos and Tanner Nishioka each notched a single in four contests. Ryan Fitzgerald was hit by a pitch in four forays. Frankie Rios and Samuel Miranda each suffered a trio of mistimed matchups. Jordan Wren and Kervin Suarez struck out a combined five times in an octet of odious opportunities.
 

thestardawg

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Maybe I'm remembering wrong, but it seems like Stankiewicz has frequent success early on and runs out of steam (generally before the 7th). I wonder if he has the stuff that would play up as a middle reliever.
 

Cuzittt

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Maybe I'm remembering wrong, but it seems like Stankiewicz has frequent success early on and runs out of steam (generally before the 7th). I wonder if he has the stuff that would play up as a middle reliever.
I took a quick look at his last ten games and only two of them saw him give up all of his runs in his final inning of work. Of course, they were two of his last three. He has tended to give up many of his runs prior to this current run early in his appearances.

Stank is interesting to look at. With the exception of his first two starts of the year and his spot start in Pawtucket, he has not failed to go at least five innings in every single appearance (which included six consecutive relief appearances of 5+ innings). He has gone at least seven innings in his last six starts.

It's hard to say he is good but he certainly saves the Portland bullpen.