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PostPosted: June 19 19, 8:01 am 
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June 18th Wrap

Memphis

Redbirds Finish Series with Las Vegas

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The Las Vegas Aviators (Athletics) won the series finale with the Memphis Redbirds (29-43) Tuesday afternoon at AutoZone Park, 12-1, to sweep the four-game series.

John Nogowski continued his run-producing success for Memphis, as he drove in Randy Arozarena with a single in the eighth inning and now has an RBI in five-straight games. Arozarena was on base four times for Memphis with two singles and two walks.

Conner Capel was 2-for-4 with his fourth double in five games with Memphis, and Chris Chinea got his first Triple-A hit with a ninth-inning single.

Alex Reyes started for Memphis and worked 5.0 innings, battling through a tough start to finish strong. He retired nine of the last 12 Aviators he faced and ended the day with nine strikeouts. Chris Ellis, Chasen Shreve, and Chris Beck finished the game for the Redbirds.

Las Vegas (40-32) was led by Dustin Fowler's five RBI. He had a grand slam in the ninth inning.


Springfield

'Hounds nip Cards, 4-2, in 2nd Half Opener

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One night after the Springfield Cardinals (0-1, 30-41) spoiled the Midland RockHounds (1-0, 35-35) chances at clinching the 1st Half Title, the 'Hounds got even with a 4-2 win to open the 2nd Half of the season on Tuesday night.

DECISIONS:
W: RHP Grant Holmes (2-1)
L: RHP Johan Oviedo (1-4)
S: RHP Angel Duno (1)

MOMENTS THAT MATTERED:
-The Cardinals took a quick lead in the top of the first when LF Justin Toerner brought home CF Dylan Carlson with an RBI single. RHP Daulton Jefferies, though, worked out of it with just the one run in, stranding two runners on base.

-Midland responded right away in the bottom of the first with an RBI single from 1B Chase Calabuig and a two-run double by 3B Edwin Diaz, opening a 3-1 advantage through one frame.

-Springfield pulled within one run with an RBI fielder's choice by Toerner in the top of the fifth, bringing home Carlson to make it 3-2.

-The RockHounds got the run right back in the bottom of the fifth with an RBI single by Diaz, his third RBI of the night to pad it back to two runs, 4-2.

NOTABLES:
-CF Dylan Carlson went 2x5 with a double and two runs, increasing his Double-A leading total of runs scored this season to 50.

-LF Justin Toerner went 1x3 with both of Springfield's RBIs and a walk.

-RHP Johan Oviedo struck out nine batters for the second straight start, tossing 5.0 frames with four runs on nine hits.

-RHP Bryan Dobzanski (2.0 IP, 1 H, 3 K) and RHP Roel Ramirez (1.0 IP, 1 K) combined to deal 3.0 innings of scoreless relief.


Palm Beach

Palm Beach still seeking first victory of second half

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After rain pushed back the Cardinals' second half opener to Tuesday night, the extra day preparation had no effect as Palm Beach dropped both games of a doubleheader against Jupiter at Ballpark of the Palm Beaches.

After a 30-minute rain delay prior to the game's first pitch, the Hammerheads wasted no time getting on the board in the very first inning, putting up a two spot after a Riley Mahan RBI double and sacrifice fly off the bat of Nick Fortes.

The Cardinals tied the game at two in the bottom half of the second inning on back-to-back RBI doubles from Francisco Hernandez and Luis Montano. It was both teenagers' first base hit stateside after spending the last two years on the Cardinals Dominican Summer League squad.

Griffin Roberts settled in over his final four innings on the hill, sending down 12 of the final 16 hitters he faced. In total, the Wake Forest grad struck out three and allowed just one walk after surrendering seven free passes over his previous 14 1/3 innings.

Palm Beach pulled ahead in the home half of the fifth after a Lars Nootbaar RBI single made it a 3-2 ballgame.

In the sixth, a two-run homer off the bat of Jhonny Santos put Jupiter in front for good and after a seventh inning insurance run, Palm Beach would fall 5-3 in the first game.

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In the second game of the twin-billing, Jupiter again got out to a 2-0 lead after a second inning rally. Riley Mahan doomed the Cardinals once again with a solo home run to make it a 3-0 heading into the bottom of the third.

Palm Beach got one run back after a bases loaded, two-out walk from Nick Plummer, however that's all the Cardinals would get. In all, the Beach Birds left nine runners on base in seven innings.

After Jupiter put another run on the board to make it a 4-1 game, Palm Beach put together a small two-out rally when down to its last hope.


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PostPosted: June 20 19, 2:33 pm 
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June 19th Wrap

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'Hounds walk off on 9th-inning error, 5-4

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The Midland RockHounds (2-0, 36-35) capitalized on a rare error by the Springfield Cardinals (0-2, 30-42) in the bottom of the ninth to walk off on the miscue with a 5-4 win in the series finale on Wednesday night.

DECISIONS:
W: RHP John Gorman (4-4)
L: RHP Kodi Whitley (1-3)

MOMENTS THAT MATTERED:
-After the Cardinals plated an unearned run in the 1st, the RockHounds jumped ahead with three runs in the second on a two-run shot by 3B Edwin Diaz and an RBI single from SS Kevin Merrell, providing an early 3-1 lead for Midland.

-Midland padded the lead with one run in the bottom of the third, but C Brian O'Keefe brought the Cardinals back within two runs, 4-2, with a solo home run that led off the fourth.

-The Cardinals powered their way back even on the board in the sixth with solo blasts by RF Johan Mieses and 1B Zach Kirtley, tying the game at 4-4.

-With runners at second and third and two away in the bottom of the ninth, Midland CF Dairon Blanco grounded the ball to short, but SS Rayder Ascanio had a momentary bobble on the play for a fielding error that allowed SS Kevin Merrell to score and the RockHounds to walk off, 5-4.

NOTABLES:
-3B Jose Martinez went 3x5 with a double, two singles and a run.

-All nine Cardinals starters notched at least one hit, combining to tally 12 hits in the game.

-RHP Angel Rondon made the start and finished his outing strong, retiring nine of his last 11 batters faced with six strikeouts during that stretch. He finished with four runs on eight hits, one walk and seven strikeouts in 5.2 innings.


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PostPosted: June 20 19, 11:02 pm 
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June 20th Wrap

Memphis

Despite Robertson's Three-Hit Game, Redbirds Lose Opener at Oklahoma City

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The Memphis Redbirds (29-44) led 2-1 after four-and-a-half innings, but the Oklahoma City Dodgers (Dodgers) rallied and took a 5-3 win in the series opener Thursday night in Oklahoma City, Okla.

Memphis got within a run at 4-3 after the top of the eighth inning, but the Dodgers hit a home run in the home-half to create a 5-3 lead.

Kramer Robertson was 3-for-4 with two doubles and two RBI to pace the Memphis offense, and John Nogowski scored two runs.

Mike Hauschild started and went 3.0 innings for the Redbirds, allowing one unearned run on one hit. Anthony Shew threw the final 5.0 innings and gave up four runs on five hits with four strikeouts and three walks.

Trailing 1-0, Memphis scored twice in the fourth inning on a Robertson RBI single and a Conner Capel base knock. The lead held for another inning, before the Dodgers tied it in the fifth and scored twice in the sixth to open a 4-2 lead.

Robertson again was at the center of attention in the eighth, as he doubled home Nogowski to pull the Redbirds within a run at 4-3.

But Shew allowed a home run in the bottom of the eighth to give Oklahoma City (30-41) some breathing room at 5-3. Memphis went down in order in the top of the ninth to end the game.

The Memphis offense struck out 14 times in the game.


Springfield

Springer and the Hooks thump Cardinals in opener

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Rehabbing Astros CF George Springer hit two home runs to help power the Corpus Christi Hooks (1-2, 34-38) six-homer night, topping the Springfield Cardinals (0-3, 30-43), 10-2, on Thursday evening.

DECISIONS:
W: RHP Cristian Javier (3-2)
L: RHP Tommy Parsons (1-1)

MOMENTS THAT MATTERED:
-Hooks 1B Seth Beer provided an early 2-0 lead with a two-run blast in the bottom of the first.

-Corpus Christi added to the lead with three solo home runs from 2B Anibal Sierra, rehabbing Astros CF George Springer and Beer in the third, making it 5-0.

-A three-run shot by Springer and a solo home run from RF Ronnie Dawson in the fourth made it 9-0.

-Beer struck again with an RBI single in the sixth, before the Cardinals got on the board in the eighth with an RBI fielder's choice from LF Justin Toerner and an RBI double by RF Johan Mieses, making it 10-2.

NOTABLES:
-RF Johan Mieses went 1x4 with an RBI double and is 5x15 with one homer, one double and three RBIs on the trip so far.

-2B Jose Martinez extended a hitting streak to three games with a 2x4 night and has five hits in his last two games alone.

-LHP Jacob Patterson struck out the side in his lone inning of work in the bottom of the eighth.


Palm Beach

Baker’s single leads Palm Beach to 5-4 win over Dunedin

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Luken Baker hit a run-scoring single in the seventh inning, leading the Palm Beach Cardinals to a 5-4 win over the Dunedin Blue Jays on Thursday.

Nick Dunn scored on the play to give the Cardinals a 4-3 lead after he reached base on a walk and advanced to third following singles by Scott Hurst and Baker.

The Cardinals tacked on another run in the ninth when Lars Nootbaar hit an RBI single, scoring Imeldo Diaz.

Dunedin saw its comeback attempt come up short after Kacy Clemens hit a sacrifice fly, scoring Christopher Bec in the ninth inning to cut the Palm Beach lead to 5-4.

Nootbaar homered and singled twice, driving in two runs for Palm Beach.

Ronnie Williams (3-2) got the win with two innings of scoreless, two-hit relief while Mike Ellenbest (1-2) took the loss in the Florida State League game.

Demi Orimoloye homered and doubled for the Blue Jays


Peoria

Chiefs Open Second Half With Win Over Cedar Rapids

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The Peoria Chiefs opened the second half of the season with a 4-2 win against the Cedar Rapids Kernels Thursday night at Dozer Park. The first-place Chiefs match their best mark from the first half, starting 1-0.

The Chiefs struck first in the bottom of the second against Cedar Rapids starter Kody Funderburk. In his return to Peoria, Leandro Cedeno singled with one out and advanced to third on a double from Brandon Benson. Cedeno scored from third on a throwing error by Kernels center fielder Gilberto Celestino for the 1-0 lead.

Cedar Rapids took the lead in the top of the third against Chiefs starter Colin Schmid. Ricky De La Torre led off with a double and scored following a pair of singles to tie the game at one. A walk loaded the bases and Chris Williams hit a sac fly to score Jacob Pearson to give the Kernels a 2-1 lead.

Peoria tied the game in the bottom of the seventh against Kernels reliever Tyler Palm. Bryce Denton hit a leadoff homerun, his first of the season to tie the game at two in the bottom of the seventh.

The Chiefs regained the lead in the bottom of the eighth against Cedar Rapids reliever Carlos Suniaga. Juan Yepez reached on a throwing error by Kernels shortstop Wander Javier and Brendan Donovan followed with a two-run homerun, his fifth of the season, to put the Chiefs ahead 4-2.

Schmid took the no decision, pitching six innings allowing two runs on seven hits with one walk and seven strikeouts. Sebastian Tabata (3-1) earned the win, pitching two shutout innings allowing only one walk and notching two strikeouts. Freddy Pacheco pitched 2/3 of an inning allowing one hit and one walk with two strikeouts. Cole Aker pitched the final 1/3 of an inning striking out the final batter en route to his third save of the season.


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June 21st Wrap

Memphis

Redbirds Slug Way to 14-7 Victory over Dodgers

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The Memphis Redbirds (30-44) scored in six consecutive innings and in seven frames overall to snap a five-game losing skid with a 14-7 victory over the Oklahoma City Dodgers (Dodgers) in the second game of this series Friday night in Oklahoma City, Okla.

In an 8-6 game entering the eighth, the Redbirds' bats erupted to score five runs on five hits, three via the long ball. Conner Capel started the inning with a solo shot, his second with Memphis, and Irving Lopez followed with a single. Yariel Gonzalez , in a pinch-hit spot, blasted a two-run homer of his own. It was the Redbirds' second pinch-hit home run of the night, after Joe Hudson did the same in the sixth. With two outs in the inning, Andrew Knizner collected his second hit of the night and Adolis Garcia brought him in by hitting his team-leading 15th home run of season to cap off the scoring.

Capel finished the game going 3-for-5 with two runs scored and four RBI, extending his hitting streak to seven games in the process. He has hit safely in his first seven career games at the Triple-A level.

The Redbirds five total home runs set a season high and it was also the first time since July 26, 2018 that the 'Birds had hit at least five homers in a contest. The 18 hits collected on the night was the matched the offense's second-highest total this season.

Harold Arauz started and went 4.2 innings for the Redbirds, allowing five earned runs on seven hits. The Memphis bullpen would go on to allow just two runs on five hits the rest of the way, with Tommy Layne , earning the win. The pitching staff held the Dodgers (30-42) to going just 4-for-15 with runners in scoring position, stranding 10 baserunners.

Edmundo Sosa opened the game with a solo home run in the first to give Memphis an early lead, but the Dodgers (30-42) responded with two runs of their own in the bottom half to take the lead.

The game featured four lead changes over the next five innings, with the Redbirds scoring at least one run in innings four through nine to pull away.

Seven of the nine starters had at least one hit in the contest and all seven of those starters posted multi-hit performances. Ten total Redbirds recorded at least one hit and six had at least one RBI.

John Nogowski extended his season-high hitting to seven games tonight, going 3-for-4 with two doubles and one RBI.


Springfield

Paredes paces Hooks to 3-0 win

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RHP Enoli Paredes tossed 6.0 scoreless innings to lead the Corpus Christi Hooks (2-2, 35-38) to the 3-0 win against the Springfield Cardinals (0-4, 30-44) on Friday night.

DECISIONS:
W: RHP Enoli Paredes (1-1)
L: LHP Austin Warner (4-6)

MOMENTS THAT MATTERED:
-The Hooks powered in front with back-to-back blasts in the third - a two-run shot by CF Ronnie Dawson and a solo home run from 3B Abraham Toro - opening a 3-0 lead with the only runs of the game.

-The Cardinals best threat came in the fourth when they loaded the bases on a pair of walks and a hit batter, but Paredes dialed up an inning-ending strikeout to leave them loaded and keep the Hooks ahead by three.

-Cardinals LF Chase Pinder helped keep Springfield within striking distance by throwing out a runner at home plate in the bottom of the eighth.

NOTABLES:
-All-Star LHP Austin Warner logged his ninth straight start of 6.0 innings or longer with just three runs on six hits, three walks and seven strikeouts in 6.0 frames. He leads the league with 87 strikeouts this season.

-RHP Roel Ramirez struck out two in a perfect seventh inning, before RHP Junior Fernandez put in a scoreless eighth with a pair of Ks.

-DH Dylan Carlson, CF Justin Toerner and C Brian O'Keefe each notched a base hit in the ballgame.

-Rehabbing Astros hurlers RHP Joe Smith and RHP Collin McHugh combined for 1.2 perfect innings out of the bullpen, followed by 1.1 frames from RHP Colin McKee to close it.


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Chiefs Fall to Cedar Rapids in Extra Innings

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Despite two homeruns in the bottom of the ninth, the Peoria Chiefs fell to the Cedar Rapids Kernels 3-2 in 11 innings Friday night at Dozer Park. The Chiefs fall to 1-1 in the second half of the season with two games left in this four-game homestand.

Cedar Rapids drew first blood in the top of the third against Chiefs starter Michael Brettell. Trevor Casanova doubled with runners on first and second to bring home the first run of the game. A walk in the following at-bat loaded the bases before Gilberto Celestino grounded into a double play, allowing a run to score to increase the lead to 2-0.

The Chiefs broke through on the scoreboard in the bottom of the ninth against Kernels reliever Moises Gomez. With one out, Ivan Herrera blasted his sixth homerun of the season to cut the deficit to 2-1. Juan Yepez followed with his third homerun of the season, tying the game at two.

The Kernels regained the lead in the top of the eleventh against Chiefs reliever Edgar Escobar. With one out, Gilberto Celestino doubled to score the ghost runner from second for the 3-2 lead.

Brettell took the no decision after pitching a career-high seven innings allowing two runs on three hits with two walks and three strikeouts. Cole Aker pitched one shutout inning allowing only one hit with one walk and three strikeouts. Evan Sisk pitched two shutout innings with one walk and two strikeouts. Escobar (1-1) took the loss, pitching one inning allowing one unearned run on one hit with one strikeout.


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June 22nd Wrap

Memphis

Redbirds Blank Dodgers 5-0

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The Memphis Redbirds (31-44), backed by a quality start from Jake Woodford, blanked the Oklahoma City Dodgers (Dodgers) in the third game of this series Saturday night in Oklahoma City, Okla.

The Redbirds scored in the first inning for the second straight night, this time through a two-out, two-run double by John Nogowski, bringing home Kramer Robertson and Edmundo Sosa, after they led off the game with back-to-back walks. He would later drive in Adolis Garcia, with his second double of the night, in the eighth.

Nogowski extended his season-high hitting streak to eight games and has now collected at least one RBI in eight of his last 10 games.

Those two runs were more than enough for the Redbirds as Woodford dominated on the mound, allowing just two hits in 7.0 innings of work and fanning four. It was the fourth time in his 15 starts that he has not allowed an earned run and the fifth time this season he has completed at least 7.0 innings of work.

Dominic Leone closed out the contest with 2.0 scoreless frames in relief, allowing no hits and striking out four.

The two hits allowed tonight set a season-low for the pitching staff and only five total batters reached base safely for the Dodgers. It was also the Redbirds fourth shut-out victory of the season.

Joe Hudson and Yariel Gonzalez each homered for the second straight night, with solo shots in the fourth and sixth innings respectively.

Rangel Ravelo in his first game back with the Redbirds, after making his Major League debut the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday, went 1-for-4.

Lane Thomas, who had missed eight games while on the Injured List, also went 1-for-4 in his return.

Seven of the nine starters had at least one hit and three had multi-hit performances.


Springfield

Hooks outlast Cardinals in 11-inning marathon, 6-4

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The Corpus Christi Hooks (3-2, 36-38) and Springfield Cardinals (0-5, 30-45) battled for four hours and 14 minutes with the Hooks walking off with a 6-4 win in the bottom of the 11th on Saturday night.

DECISIONS:
W: RHP Brandon Bailey (2-2)
L: RHP Kodi Whitley (1-4)

MOMENTS THAT MATTERED:
-The Hooks struck first in the bottom of the first with an RBI sac fly from 1B Seth Beer that scored rehabbing Astros CF George Springer for the 1-0 lead.

-The Cardinals evened it at 1-1 in the second with a solo blast by 1B Zach Kirtley, his third homer in Double-A.

-Springfield seized its first lead of the series in the top of the fifth with RBI doubles from 3B Alberto Triunfel and C Brian O'Keefe around an RBI sac fly from DH Jose Godoy, opening a 4-1 advantage.

-Corpus Christi got one run back against the bullpen in the sixth with four walks in the frame, including an RBI free pass from Springer, shaving the deficit to 4-2. LHP Jacob Patterson, though, worked out of it from there with no further damage, stranding three runners.

-The Hooks completed the comeback in the bottom of the eighth with an RBI sac fly from C Chuckie Robinson and a two-out RBI single by RF Bryan De La Cruz, squaring the score at 4-4.

-The tie remained until the bottom of the 11th, when SS Osvaldo Duarte powered a two-run homer to center field, lifting the Hooks to the 6-4 win.

NOTABLES:
-Hooks RHP Brandon Bailey dealt the final 5.0 innings with no runs on just one hit allowed, striking out five.

-C Brian O'Keefe went 2x5 with an RBI double and a single, and has hit safely in nine of his last 11 games.

-RHP Alex FaGalde made the start for Springfield, tossing 5.0 innings with just one run on three hits and four walks, striking out five in his second Double-A start.


Palm Beach

Orimoloye’s homer leads Dunedin to 3-2 win over Palm Beach

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Demi Orimoloye hit a solo home run in the second inning, leading the Dunedin Blue Jays to a 3-2 win over the Palm Beach Cardinals on Saturday.

The home run by Orimoloye gave the Blue Jays a 1-0 lead.

After Dunedin added two runs in the sixth, the Cardinals cut into the deficit in the top of the next frame when Imeldo Diaz and Nick Dunn hit RBI singles.

Dunedin starter Nick Allgeyer (5-3) picked up the win after allowing five hits over six scoreless innings. Opposing starter Edgar Gonzalez (4-8) took the loss in the Florida State League game after he allowed three runs on just three hits over 5 2/3 innings.


Peoria

Chiefs Win on Walkoff Wild Pitch

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Thanks to a Delvin Perez stolen base and a wild pitch, the Peoria Chiefs got a 5-4 walkoff-win against the Cedar Rapids Kernels Saturday Night at Dozer Park. The Chiefs improve to 2-1 in the second half with the weekend finale set for Sunday at 5:05 p.m.

The Chiefs opened the scoring in the bottom of the first against Cedar Rapids starter Josh Winder. Brendan Donovan walked with one out, stole second and advanced to third on a single from Juan Yepez. Donovan scored on a sac fly by Leandro Cedeno to put the Chiefs ahead 1-0. Yepez stole second and scored on a double from Bryce Denton to increase the Chiefs lead to 2-0.

Cedar Rapids responded in the top of the third against Chiefs starter Franyel Casadilla. A walk, single and groundout put runners on second and third. With two outs, Gilberto Celestino hit an infield single to score the first run of the game, but the tying run was thrown out at home trying to score from second.

The Kernels tied the game in the top of the fourth. Chris Williams doubled and scored when Wander Javier reached on a fielding error to tie the game at two.

Peoria regained the lead in the bottom of the sixth. Yepez led off the inning with a solo homerun, his fourth of the season and second in as many days, to give the Chiefs a 3-2 lead.

Cedar Rapids took their first lead of the game in the top of the seventh against Chiefs reliever Thomas St. Clair. After a leadoff single, Trevor Casanova hit a two-run homerun to give the Kernels a 4-3 lead.

The Chiefs tied the game in the bottom of the seventh against Cedar Rapids reliever Brian Rapp. With one out, Brandon Riley singled and reached third on an errant pickoff attempt. Riley scored the tying run on a fielder's choice from Perez.

Peoria walked off in the bottom of the ninth against Kernels reliever Jose Martinez. With one out, Perez stole second and Yepez was intentionally walked to put two runners on base. During Leandro Cedeno's at-bat, Perez took off for third and as the pitch sailed to the backstop he kept running and scored the winning run.

Casadilla took a no decision as he pitched five innings allowing two runs, one earned on three hits with one walk and six strikeouts. St. Clair pitched two innings allowing two runs on two hits with one walk and one strikeout. Parker Kelly (2-1) earned the win, with two shutout innings as he allowed one hit and struck out two.


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PostPosted: June 25 19, 8:44 pm 
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Trejyn Fletcher already off to a good start. 5 hits, 1 HR


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PostPosted: July 14 19, 10:27 am 
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Does anyone have any insight or scouting report on Angel Rondon? I haven't seen him mentioned much anywhere but he appears to be moving quickly through the system and putting up really strong starts at every level he's been. If I remember his bio well, he's also just 21 at AA.


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Mieses sure seems to be adjusting well to those juiced balls at AAA.

Coming into today in 15 games his line was .341/.426/.634 and he's added another 2-3 night with a HR.


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Another HR for Mieses tonight

Arozarena 2-3 2B, BB


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Got to see Mike Mayers doing his best Mike Mayers impersonation last night. He had a 2-2 count with 2 out in the bottom of the ninth and threw a meatball to Erick Mejia for the walkoff...the same Erick Mejia who had only hit 3 homers all year. Sad to say, I actually called the walkoff as soon as Mayers was announced. If only I could do that with powerball...


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