06 August 2010
Let’s see, Jeff Samardzija versus LHP Ryan Feierabend (5.05, L)… Well, you can probably figure it out. Feier gave up three runs after six hits (HR), a couple walks, and two Ks in four innings of work. RHP Yusmeiro Petit (5.59, PO) then let four more runs (three earned) score on three hits (HR), two walks, and two Ks. RHP Scott Patterson (3.05) scored one of those and one of his own after two hits (HR) and a K in the next two-thirds, and then RHP Mumba Rivera (2.45) pitched the final inning, walking one and striking out one.
The highlight of the offense was CF Greg Halman (HR, 2 RBI, .256) getting two hits including his twenty-fifth home run. There was also 1B Justin Smoak (R, .257) walking twice. Not much else going on.
West Tenn 8, Chattanooga 3 (LA - 5)
RHP Steven Hensley (4.00) lasted just an inning and two-thirds, letting two runs score on a hit, six walks, and two Ks. I think it’s probably safe to assume that his elbow is screwed up again. RHP Steven Richard (3.19, W) pitched the next three, allowing four hits and ringing up four. LHP Nick Hill (5.00) then gave up a hit and walked one in the following two innings. RHP Wes Littleton (7.62) pitched the last two and a third frames and let a run score on two hits, a wild pitch, and three Ks.
CF Brandon Haveman (3 R, SB, .309) had three hits and a walk leading off. Further down, 3B Alex Liddi (2 R, RBI, .268) had a hit and three walks, which isn’t bad at all. 1B Johan Limonta (2B, R, 2 RBI, .306) and C Guillermo Quiroz (2B, 2 RBI, PB, .297) both had two hit and a walk, while 2B Matt Lawson (2B, R, RBI, .373) settled for the two hits. RF Scott Savastano (2B, R, CS, .291) doubled.
High Desert 11, Modesto 2 (COL - 4)
LHP Jonathan Hesketh (3.63, W) turned in another good-ish start. I’d be more effusive about allowing just one run through seven innings, with four hits allowed and nine strikeouts, but he also walked four and that’s not cool. RHP Cheyne Hann (6.57) let a run score on two hits, two hit batters, and two Ks in the final two innings.
1B Eddy Martinez-Esteve (HR, 2 R, 3 RBI, 2-4, BB, .337) and 3B Rich Poythress (HR, 2 R, 2 RBI, 1-4, BB, .305) both had home runs in the game. Modesto is a very very difficult park to hit it out of. Well done, gents. 2B Kyle Seager (2 2B, 2 R, 2 RBI, SB, PO, .349) and LF Kuo-hui Lo (3B, R, 2 RBI, SB, .292) both contributed three hits to the cause, RF Johermyn Chavez (2B, R, .312) doubled, and SS Edilio Colina (2B, R, RBI, SB, .293) and DH Jake Shaffer (R, SB, .330) both had a hit and a walk.
Clinton 8, Quad Cities 2 (STL + 9)
RHP Erasmo Ramirez (2.46, W) gave up two runs (one earned) through six innings on three hits, a hit batter, and a walk while striking out twelve. You guys, I think I know who the Pitcher of the Week is going to be. LHP Jose Jimenez (2.58, S) pitched the final three innings, allowing two hits and a walk while striking out four.
We had dingers today! 1B Tim Morris (HR, 2 RBI, .282), LF-1B Vinnie Catricala (HR, .275), and 3B Mario Martinez (HR, E, .254) all had a home run as their one hit in the game, though Cat managed to get a walk too. Martinez and Catricala both have ten home runs. Bet you didn’t expect that coming out of April. 2B Luis Nunez (2 R, .286) and RF James Jones (R, RBI, .251) both had two hits and Jones added a walk. CF-LF Matt Cerione (2 R, .253) had a single and a walk.
Boise 2 (CHC - 3), Everett 6
RHP Austin Hudson (2.45) came just shy of positioning himself for the win, pitching four and two-thirds innings and letting two runs score on five hits, a plunked batter, a walk, and two Ks. RHP Jorden Merry (2.70, W) got the win instead, as he walked two, chucked a wild pitch, and struck out six in the next three and a third innings. RHP Jarett Attard (20.25) had an uneventful ninth which is probably good.
Some good things came in threes today as 3B Terry Serrano (R, RBI, E, .305), DH Kevin Mailloux (2B, R, .244), and RF Kevin Rivers (R, RBI, CS, .331) all reached three times, Mailloux by a hit and two walks and the other two by two hits and a walk. LF Ryan Royster (3B, R, .243) added a triple and 2B Hawkins Gebbers (2B, R, RBI, .234) and C Jimmy Jaquot (2B, RBI, .204) both doubled.
Pulaski’s game was postponed or something and there shall be a doubleheader tomorrow, weather willing.
AZL Angels 2, Peoria Mariners 14
I can derive at least a small amount of glee from the M’s beating up on the Angels’ AZL affiliate. RHP Dylan Unsworth (4.14, W) won it by pitching the minimum and allowing a couple runs to score on six hits, a walk, and four Ks. RHP Luke Taylor (5.56) then pitched three perfect innings where he struck out two. RHP Michael Aviles (8.78) walked one and struck out one in the ninth.
DH Danny Lopez (HR, 3 R, 4 RBI, .234) hit two home runs and walked in the game, which I guess is what you can expect of a college hitter in the AZL from time to time. C Ji-man Choi (2B, 2 R, .398), LF Guillermo Pimentel (3B, R, 3 RBI, A, .234), and SS Bryan Brito (3 R, 2 SB, .136) all had three hits in the game, with Choi adding a walk. 3B Michael Acevedo (2B, R, 3 RBI, .333) and 1B Jose Flores (2 R, .256) both had a hit and a walk.
VSL Tigers 3, Aguirre Mariners 7
RHP Angel Raga (2.76) got four innings in, allowing two hits and striking out five. His command has been good this year. RHP Vicente Campos (3.16, W) had two hits, two walks, and two Ks through the next two innings, then RHP Reynaldo Sabala (2.66, S) saved it, if you could call it that because he gave up three unearned runs, but hey, three innings in and three hits allowed against two Ks.
The one through four of LF Jesus Ugueto (2 2B, R, 2 RBI, .296), SS Ramon Coronel (2 R, E, .238), 3B Yidid Batista (R, RBI, CS, E, .274), and C Ricardo Gonzalez (RBI, .185) all had two hits in the game. Batista’s caught stealing was of home though. Lame. The five hitter, DH Pedro Okuda (R, 2 RBI, .182) had a hit and a walk and was hit by a pitch.
Yamasa Mariners 6, DSL Brewers 1
RHP Oliver Garcia (2.57) gave up a run on two hits, a wild pitch, four walks, and four Ks in three and a third innings. RHP Ambioris Hidalgo (3.46, W) went the rest of the way, allowing three hits, plunking one, walking two, and striking out four.
1B Rudy van Heydoorn (R, SB, .319) and SS Noe Berro (2 R, .225) both walked three times which is really weird actually. CF Janelfry Zorilla (HR, 2 RBI, .265) hit a home run, his second, and 3B Jordy Lara (2B, R, RBI, .178) and DH Axel Wel (2B, .163) both doubled.
Tacoma: TBA, at Iowa, @ 5:05 pm PDT
West Tenn: RHP Jarrett Grube, at Chattanooga, @ 4:15 pm PDT
High Desert: RHP Kenn Kasparek, at Stockton, @ 7:05 pm PDT
Clinton: RHP Taylor Lewis, at Quad Cities, @ 5:00 pm PDT
Everett: LHP Anthony Fernandez, in Everett, @ 7:05 pm PDT
Pulaski: RHP Jesse Nava, at Burlington, @ 2:00 pm PDT
Game Two: TBA
Peoria: TBA, in Peoria (DOUBLEHEADER?)
Aguirre: TBA, at Phillies
Yamasa: TBA, at Cardinals
Tacoma Rainiers: 61-48, .550, 1st in PCL Pacific Northern
West Tenn Diamond Jaxx: 18-22 (57-52), .450 (.523), 6 GB in SL North
High Desert Mavericks: 23-17 (60-50), .575 (.545), 1st in CAL South
Clinton Lumberkings: 20-18 (57-50), .526 (.533), 3.5 GB in MWL Western
Everett Aquasox: 5-4 (32-15), .556 (.681), 0.5 GB in NWL West
Pulaski Mariners: 23-18, .561, 0.5 GB in APL East
Peoria Mariners: 13-21, .382, 6 GB in AZL West
Aguirre Mariners: 44-24, .647, 3.5 GB in VSL
Yamasa Mariners: 33-22, .600, 1st in DSL Santo Domingo North
Overall Record: 379-304, .555
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