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PostPosted: June 8 19, 7:54 am 
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June 7th Wrap

Memphis

Memphis Mashes Way to 10-4 Win at Reno

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An 18-hit barrage blasted the Memphis Redbirds (26-36) to a 10-4 win in the series opener at the Reno Aces (Diamondbacks) Friday night in Reno, Nev.

Memphis has now won three of its last four games.

The first four hitters in Memphis' lineup combined for 14 of the team's 18 hits, with Edmundo Sosa and Max Schrock each having three hits in the one- and two-spots, and John Nogowski and Rangel Ravelo each having four-hit games as the third and fourth hitters in the order.

For the second-straight night Sosa was a single shy of the cycle, as he doubled, tripled, and homered. He has now homered in back-to-back games twice in the past week and has four long balls in his last six games.

Schrock, Nogowski, and Ravelo all set their season highs for hits with their outings, and Schrock scored a season-high three runs.

In addition to Sosa, Nogowski also homered, as did pinch-hitter Drew Robinson. Nogowski and Robinson's shots were two-run blasts, with Robinson's part of a five-run Memphis eighth inning that turned a 5-2 Redbirds lead into a 10-2 advantage.

On the pitching side, Evan Kruczynski earned his first Triple-A victory with 5.0 innings of work, allowing two runs on six hits with six strikeouts. Dominic Leone and Chris Beck followed with 3.0 shutout innings, and Tommy Layne tossed the ninth inning and allowed two unearned runs after a throwing error prolonged Reno's (26-35) frame.

Memphis' 18 hits were its second-most in a game this season, after the club had 24 at Nashville on May 3.


Springfield

Naturals take Friday doubleheader from Cardinals

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The Northwest Arkansas Naturals took both halves of Friday's doubleheader from the Springfield Cardinals, winning Game 1, 9-7, and taking Game 2, 7-2. Both games were seven innings in duration.

DECISIONS:
Game 1:
W: RHP Grant Gavin (4-3)
L: RHP Williams Perez (6-3)
S: RHP Yunior Marte (1)

Game 2:
W: LHP J.C. Cloney (2-1)
L: LHP Jacob Patterson (4-4)

MOMENTS THAT MATTERED:
-The Cardinals got out to a quick start in game one with a leadoff double from CF Dylan Carlson, an RBI triple from SS Kramer Robertson and an RBI groundout by 3B Evan Mendoza to open an early 2-0 lead.

-Northwest Arkansas however, started the bottom of the first with seven straight hits, plating six runs in the opening inning alone. They added two more in the second and one in the third, opening a 9-3 lead through three innings.

-OF Johan Mieses brought Springfield closer with a three-run blast in the fourth, followed by an RBI single by LF Conner Capel in the fifth, but the Naturals hung on for the 9-7 win.

Springfield started game two with an RBI single from C Chris Chinea that brought home Carlson in the first for the 1-0 lead.

However, the Naturals tied it with one run in the first and scored in each of the first five innings of game two, opening a 7-1 lead and cruising to the 7-2 win.

NOTABLES:
OF Dylan Carlson went 1x3 with a double and two runs in game one, before going 3x4 with two more runs in game two. He leads the league with 45 runs scored this season.

-OF Randy Arozarena went 2x3 with two singles in game one, followed by a 2x2 performance in game two with two doubles, an RBI and two times being hit by a pitch.


Palm Beach

Toerner hits grand slam, leads Palm Beach over Charlotte

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Justin Toerner hit a grand slam in the seventh inning, leading the Palm Beach Cardinals to a 12-5 win over the Charlotte Stone Crabs on Friday.

The grand slam by Toerner came in the midst of an eight-run inning and gave the Cardinals an 8-5 lead. Later in the inning, Chase Pinder scored when a runner was thrown out and Julio Rodriguez scored on an error.

Ronnie Williams (2-2) got the win in relief while Ian Gibaut (0-1) took the loss in the Florida State League game.

Palm Beach improved to 7-1 against Charlotte this season.


Peoria

Chiefs Lose Early Lead, Fall to Cedar Rapids

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Despite jumping out to an early three-run lead, the Peoria Chiefs fell 5-3 to the Cedar Rapids Kernels Friday night at Dozer Park. The loss, their second in a row, drops the Chiefs to 26-33 on the season with four games left in the series.

The Chiefs drew first blood in the bottom of the second against Cedar Rapids starter Tyler Palm. Bryce Denton walked, with two outs Brandon Benson singled and Brendan Donovan walked to load the bases. Delvin Perez cleared the bases with a double into the left-field corner to give the Chiefs a 3-0 lead. Perez stole third but was stranded

The Kernels tied the game in the top of the fourth against Chiefs starter Alvaro Seijas. Two walks, a single, a RBI groundout and another single tied the game at three.

Cedar Rapids took the lead in the top of the eighth against Chiefs reliever Evan Sisk. Gilberto Celestino led off with a double and scored on a one-out triple from Chris Williams to put the Kernels ahead 4-3. They added one insurance run on a bases loaded sac fly for the 5-3 lead.

Seijas took a no decision, pitching seven strong innings allowing three runs on five hits with two waks and three strikeouts. Sisk (1-4) took the loss pitching the final two innings allowing two runs on four hits with one walk and three strikeouts.


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PostPosted: June 9 19, 2:58 am 
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June 8th Wrap

Memphis

Redbirds Stopped in Reno, 5-3

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Eighteen of the 24 outs recorded by Memphis Redbirds pitching came via strikeout, but the Reno Aces (Diamondbacks) topped the Redbirds Saturday night in Reno, Nev., 5-3.

The 18 strikeouts recorded by Memphis pitching are a season high.

Alex Reyes started and went 4.0 innings for the Redbirds (26-37), striking out 10. He allowed four runs, three earned, on three hits and walked four. He threw 88 pitches, 45 for strikes, in those 4.0 innings. Chris Ellis and Chasen Shreve followed Reyes, with each striking out a pair in their 2.0 innings of work apiece.

Reno (27-35) scored twice in the bottom of the second to open the scoring, with the Aces helped by a Memphis fielding error in the inning. The Redbirds got a run back in the fourth, with Adolis Garcia atoning for his error with an RBI single, but Reno's Abraham Almonte hit a two-run homer in the home-half to make it 4-1.

The teams traded runs in the fifth inning, and Memphis plated its third, and ultimately final, run of the game in the top of the sixth as Lane Thomas contributed a sacrifice fly.

After Ellis and Shreve retired the final 10 Aces of the game, Memphis put the tying run on first base in the top of the ninth after a Jose Godoy single and a Rangel Ravelo walk. But Edmundo Sosa struck out to end the ballgame.

Godoy also hit his second home run of the season in the game.

Shreve has now pitched six-straight outings without allowing an earned run, and he has only surrendered earned runs in one of his last 13 appearances out of the bullpen.


Springfield

Naturals overcome early deficit for 7-3 win

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The Springfield Cardinals (23-39) opened an early three-run lead, but the Northwest Arkansas Naturals (28-33) came from behind for the 7-3 win on Saturday night at Arvest Ballpark.

DECISIONS:
W: RHP Gerson Garabito (4-3)
L: RHP Johan Oviedo (1-3)

MOMENTS THAT MATTERED:
-CF Randy Arozarena kept the top of the first going with a two-out triple, before scoring on an RBI double by 1B Chris Chinea for the early 1-0 lead for Springfield.

-The Cardinals padded the lead with two runs in the second. C Brian O'Keefe led off with a solo home run, followed later in the inning by an RBI sac fly from 3B Evan Mendoza to make it 3-0.

-The Naturals, though, overcame the early deficit with two-out, two-run singles by RF Kort Peterson in the second and C Meibrys Viloria in the third, moving ahead 4-3.

-Naturals SS Taylor Featherston added an RBI single in the fifth, before a solo shot by Peterson and an RBI base hit by CF Khalil Lee in the sixth opened the lead to 6-3.

NOTABLES:
-CF Randy Arozarena's triple extended his current hitting streak to seven games, during which he is hitting .391 (9x23).

-The Cardinals have scored in the top of the first inning in each of the first three games of the series in Northwest Arkansas.

-The combination of Naturals RHP Gerson Garabito, RHP Andres Sotillet and RHP Franco Terrero retired 15 straight batters from the final two outs of the fourth inning through the first out of the ninth inning.


Palm Beach

Hernandez leads Charlotte to 5-2 win over Palm Beach

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Ronaldo Hernandez hit a two-run home run and had three hits as the Charlotte Stone Crabs topped the Palm Beach Cardinals 5-2 on Saturday.

Charlotte started the scoring in the first inning when Hernandez hit a two-run home run.

The Cardinals cut into the deficit in the second inning when Jose Martinez hit an RBI single, driving in Yariel Gonzalez.

Charlotte right-hander Tommy Romero (3-2) picked up a quality start and the win after allowing one run on just three hits over six innings. Opposing starter Tommy Parsons (3-2) took the loss in the Florida State League game after giving up three runs and seven hits over seven innings.

Martinez tripled and singled, driving in a run and also scoring one for the Cardinals.

Despite the loss, Palm Beach is 7-2 against Charlotte this season.


Peoria

Chiefs Fall in Extras to Cedar Rapids

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Despite scoring seven runs over the final three innings, the Peoria Chiefs fell to the Cedar Rapids Kernels 8-7 in ten innings Saturday night. The loss, their third in a row, drops the Chiefs to 26-34 on the season as they prepare for a doubleheader Sunday at 1:05 p.m.

Cedar Rapids drew first blood in the top of the fourth against Chiefs starter Diego Cordero. An error with two outs put a runner at second and a single scored the first run of the game for the Kernels. They added another run in the top of the fifth for the 2-0 lead.

The Chiefs built momentum as they escaped danger in the top of the seventh. After the Kernels loaded the bases with one out, Edgar Escobar induced a flyball double play to end the inning and keep the Chiefs in the game trailing 2-0.

Peoria broke through in the bottom of the eighth against Cedar Rapids reliever Brian Rapp. Josh Shaw was hit by a pitch to lead off the inning and Brandon Benson singled to put runners on first and second. A wild pitch put runners on second and third before Wadye Ynfante walked to load the bases. Brendan Donovan walked to put the Chiefs on the board and cut the deficit to 2-1. Nolan Gorman tied the game at two with a sac fly to the warning track in deep center-field. Brady Whalen walked to reload the bases and Ivan Herrera hit a two-run single to give the Chiefs their first lead of the game, 4-2.

The Kernels regained the lead in the top of the ninth against Chiefs reliever Thomas St. Clair. With runners at the corners and two outs, a single cut the deficit to 4-3 before Wander Javier hit a grand slam to put the Kernels on top 7-4.

Peoria kept battling and re-tied the game in the bottom of the ninth. Benson and Donovan walked, and both scored on a two-out double from Delvin Perez to bring the Chiefs back to within one, 7-6. Down to his final strike, Gorman followed with a triple off the top of the left-center field wall to plate Perez and tie the game at seven.

Cedar Rapids took the lead in the top of the tenth inning against Chiefs reliever Parker Kelly. With a runner at third and one out, Andrew Bechtold poked a single up the middle to put the Kernels ahead 8-7.

Cordero took the no decision, pitching 6 1/3 innings allowing two runs, one earned run on six hits with one walk and three strikeouts. Escobar pitched 1 2/3 shutout innings walking one and striking out one. St. Clair pitched 2/3 of an inning allowing five runs on three hits with two walks and one strikeout. Parker Kelly (0-1) took his first loss of the season, pitching 1 1/3 innings allowing one unearned run on two hits with one strikeout.


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June 9th Wrap

Memphis

Big Seventh Inning Spurs Redbirds to 7-4 Win

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The Memphis Redbirds (27-37) scored seven unanswered runs Sunday afternoon in Reno, Nev., opening a 7-1 lead after six-and-a-half innings and securing a 7-4 victory in game three of the four-game series.

Each Memphis position player reached base at least once in the game. Rangel Ravelo and Adolis Garcia had three-hit, two-RBI games, and Edmundo Sosa, Drew Robinson, and Kramer Robertson contributed two-hit outings. Robinson also scored two runs.

The Redbirds had 14 hits in the game, matching their third-most in a contest this year.

After the Aces (27-36) scored in the bottom of the first inning, Joe Hudson tied the game in the top of the fifth with his sixth home run of the season. Garcia knocked an RBI double in the top of the sixth to give the Redbirds a 2-1 lead.

Memphis plated five runs in the decisive seventh inning, with Ravelo driving in two with a single, Tyler O'Neill doubling home a run, Garcia singling home a fourth run in the inning, and Robertson drawing a bases-loaded walk.

The Redbirds were thankful for the 7-1 lead as Reno scored two in the bottom of the eighth and another in the bottom of the ninth, but Chris Beck got a strikeout to end the game and strand the bases loaded.

Genesis Cabrera got the win with 5.0 innings of one-run work, and he struck out eight. He scattered six hits. The left-hander struck out the side in the fifth inning, which ended up being his final inning of action.

Anthony Shew followed Cabrera, allowing a pair of runs in 2.2 innings, and Beck tossed the last 1.1 innings of the game.

The only Memphis position player without a hit, Lane Thomas, drew two walks.


Springfield

Cardinals pound Naturals, 10-2, to close road trip

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The Springfield Cardinals (24-39) blew past the Northwest Arkansas Naturals (28-34) with a 10-2 win on Sunday afternoon at Arvest Ballpark.

DECISIONS:
W: RHP Angel Rondon (1-0)
L: RHP Ofreidy Gomez (3-4)

MOMENTS THAT MATTERED:
-For the fourth straight game in Northwest Arkansas, the Cardinals struck first in the top of the first. CF Randy Arozarena worked a two-out walk, before racing all the way home when a liner to center by 3B Yariel Gonzalez got by CF Nick Heath.

-RF Johan Mieses doubled the Cardinals lead to 2-0 with a solo home run to lead off the top of the second.

-After the Naturals got on the board on a wild pitch in the bottom of the third, a two-out RBI double from 1B Zach Kirtley in the top of the fourth opened the lead back to two runs, 3-1.

-Arozarena padded the lead in the top of the seventh with a two-out, two-run double to make it 5-1.

-The Naturals got one run back in the bottom of the eighth, but the Cardinals blew the game open with five runs in the top of the ninth, featuring RBI singles from Arozarena and 3B Yariel Gonzalez, a two-run single by RF Johan Mieses and an RBI double by C Brian O'Keefe to make it 10-2.

NOTABLES:
-1B Zach Kirtley went 3x5 with three doubles, one double shy from matching Springfield's all-time single game record set by OF Jeremy Hazelbaker in 2015.

-CF Randy Arozarena went 3x4 with a double, three RBIs and two runs.

-RF Johan Mieses went 3x4 with a solo home run, a double and three RBIs.

-RHP Angel Rondon notched his first Double-A win with 5.0 one-run frames, striking out seven with only four hits and two walks.


Palm Beach

Due to inclement weather, the series finale between the Palm Beach Cardinals and Charlotte Stone Crabs has been cancelled and will not be made up as the teams do not meet again for the remainder of the first half of the season.

Peoria

Chiefs Split DH With Cedar Rapids

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The Peoria Chiefs split their doubleheader with the Cedar Rapids Kernels Sunday afternoon falling 7-2 in game one and winning 2-1 in game two. The split moves the Chiefs to 27-34 on the season with the series finale set for Monday at 11:05 a.m.

The Kernels opened the scoring in game one against Chiefs starter Colin Schmid. With runners on first and second, Jacob Pearson hit a two-out bloop single to score the first run of the game.

The Chiefs tied the game in the bottom of the second against Kernels starter Andrew Cabezas. Alexis Wilson singled and Bryce Denton reached on a throwing error which put runners at the corners. During Josh Shaw's at-bat, Wilson scored on a wild pitch to tie the game at one.

Cedar Rapids regained the lead in the top of the fifth. The Kernels loaded the bases with one out and hit a sac fly off Chiefs reliever Freddy Pacheco to take a 2-1 lead. They plated four in the sixth and one in the seventh for the 7-1 lead.

The Chiefs got one back in the bottom of the seventh against Kernels reliever Moises Gomez. With one out, Brendan Donovan walked and advanced to second on a single from Delvin Perez. With two outs, Brady Whalen singled to center-field to score Donovan and cut the deficit to 7-2. The Kernels got the final out to secure the win.

Schmid (3-2) took the loss, pitching 4 1/3 innings allowing two runs on six hits with four walks and five strikeouts. Pacheco pitched 2/3 of an inning and did not allow a baserunner. Sebastian Tabata pitched 1/3 of an inning allowing four runs on two hits with three walks. Evan Sisk pitched the final 1 2/3 innings allowing one run on one hit with one walk.



In game two, the Chiefs struck first in the bottom of the fifth against Cedar Rapids starter Zach Neff. Ivan Herrera led off with a single and advanced to third on a double from Bryce Denton. Juan Yepez hit a sac fly to score Herrera and give the Chiefs a 1-0 lead.

The Kernels evened the score in the top of the sixth against Chiefs starter Franyel Casadilla. Ricky De La Torre hit a solo homerun to tie the game at one.

Peoria regained the lead in the bottom of the sixth against Kernels reliever Frandy Torres. Delvin Perez walked and stole second before Nolan Gorman was intentionally walked to put runners on first and second. Brady Whalen singled to center-field and Perez scored the go-ahead run for the 2-1 lead. The Kernels loaded the bases in the top of the seventh, but Cole Aker struck out Gabe Snyder to end the game and secure the Chiefs win.

Casadilla (2-1) earned the win pitching six innings allowing one run on five hits with three strikeouts. Aker pitched the final inning notching two strikeouts en route to his first save of the season.


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Memphis

Redbirds Battle, End Short at Reno

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The Memphis Redbirds (27-38) led early, fell behind, and battled back, but ultimately lost in the series finale at the Reno Aces (Diamondbacks), 6-4, Monday night in Reno, Nev.

Memphis went 4-3 on its seven-game road trip to Tacoma and Reno.

The game began in solid fashion, as Edmundo Sosa singled to start the game and Drew Robinson followed with a two-run home run. The blast was Robinson's sixth of the season.

But the Aces (28-36) came right back and scored three runs in the bottom of the first and two more in the bottom of the second to take a 5-2 lead after two frames.

The Redbirds began to chip away in the top of the fifth, scoring a run on a Rangel Ravelo RBI groundout and another run in the top of the seventh on a Robinson sacrifice fly.

With the score 5-4, the Aces plated an insurance run in the bottom of the seventh off Chris Ellis, which proved to be enough to seal the victory.

Memphis brought the tying run to the plate in the top of the ninth after a Kramer Robertson single with one out, but a popout and a flyout ended the game.

Jake Woodford started for the Redbirds and gave up five runs, but just two earned, on five hits in 4.0 innings. He struck out three and walked four. Tommy Layne and Jesus Cruz came after Woodford and tossed 2.0 shutout innings, and Dominic Leone finished the game after Ellis allowed the seventh-inning run.

Robinson's three RBI led the Memphis offense. Sosa was 2-for-4 with a double, a walk and two runs, and Robertson also crossed the plate. Evan Mendoza added a pinch-hit double.

The Redbirds were 0-for-7 with runners in scoring position.


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Palm Beach

Donadio’s homer leads Jupiter to 7-5 win over Palm Beach

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Michael Donadio hit a two-run homer in the sixth inning, leading the Jupiter Hammerheads to a 7-5 win over the Palm Beach Cardinals on Monday.

The home run by Donadio scored Nick Fortes to tie the game 5-5.

The Hammerheads took the lead for good in the seventh when Angel Reyes hit an RBI double, driving in Jhonny Santos.

Colton Hock (2-2) got the win with 2 1/3 innings of scoreless, three-hit relief while Ben Yokley (0-2) took the loss in the Florida State League game.

Michael Perri singled four times for the Cardinals. Chase Pinder homered and singled, driving in two runs.


Despite the loss, Palm Beach is 6-2 against Jupiter this season.



Peoria

Chiefs Blown Out by Cedar Rapids

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After splitting the doubleheader Sunday, the Peoria Chiefs fell to the Cedar Rapids Kernels 10-1 in their series finale Monday. The Chiefs fall to 27-36 on the season as they hit the road to take on the Clinton LumberKings Tuesday at 6:35 p.m.


The Chiefs opened the scoring in the bottom of the second against Kernels starter Kai-Wei Teng. Ivan Herrera singled and advanced to third on a single by Brady Whalen and an error by Cedar Rapids shortstop Ricky De La Torre. Juan Yepez reached on a fielder's choice and Herrera scored for the 1-0 lead.

Cedar Rapids took their first lead of the game in the top of the fourth against Chiefs starter Michael Brettell. A wild pitch with the bases loaded tied the game at one before Jared Akins hit a three-run homerun with two outs for the 4-1 lead.

The Kernels added insurance runs in the top of the fourth. Jacob Pearson and De La Torre hit back-to-back homeruns for a 7-1 lead. Cedar Rapids scored two in the seventh and one in the eighth for a 10-1 lead.

Brettell (2-3) took the loss pitching 3 2/3 allowing seven runs, three earned on seven hits with one walk and five strikeouts. Parker Kelly pitched 2 1/3 shutout innings allowing two hits with two strikeouts. Thomas St. Clair pitched two innings allowing three runs on five hits with one walk. Edgar Escobar pitched the final inning allowing only one walk and striking out two.


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