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5/14/23 : Week Six Minor League Review (5/9 to 5/14)


The four affiliates went a collective 9-15 for the week and the complex teams were 7-1-1 in their nine spring training games.


Simon Muzziotti (Lehigh Valley) continued to shine posting a .579 OBP and .500 batting average in nineteen plate appearances.  Jake Cave (Lehigh Valley) hit .435 for the week in twenty three AB’s and knocked in eight runs.  Otto Kemp (Clearwater) had a very strong week and extended his on base streak to twenty three games, he hit .417 in twenty four at bats for the week with three doubles, three home runs and seven RBIs.  Hao Yu Lee (Jersey Shore) posted a .647 OBP in sixteen plate appearances. Drew Ellis (Reading) posted a .545 OBP in twenty one plate appearances.  Dustin Peterson (Lehigh Valley), Weston Wilson (Lehigh Valley), Nick Ward (Jersey Shore), Otto Kemp (Clearwater) and Cade Fergus (Clearwater) each hit three home runs during the week.  Ward matched Cave’s RBI total with eight.  Emaarion Boyd (Clearwater) became the first player in the system this season to reach twenty stolen bases.  Raylin Heredia had a standout week at the Player Development Center.


On the pitching side Wen Hui Pan (Clearwater) continued to dazzle, Jersey Shore and Clearwater got some very good bullpen efforts and Tyler Phillips (Reading) made a strong start throwing five perfect innings in a six inning plus outing.


Summaries follow.


AAA Level : Lehigh Valley : 2-4 for the week against Memphis ,19-19 overall - 5/16/23 @ Worcester - six games


Scores :


Tuesday : 6-3 Loss

Wednesday : 8-4 Win

Thursday : 8-6 Loss

Friday : 7-4 Loss

Saturday : 5-3 Loss

Sunday : 12-11 Win


Total Runs Scored : 36

Total Runs Against : 41


Position Players :


Standout Stats :


Simon Muzziotti - 8 for 16 (.500) with two doubles, a home run and two RBIs, three walks (.579 OBP)

Jake Cave - 10 for 23 (.435) with four doubles, two home runs and eight RBIs

Dustin Peterson - 7 for 20 (.350) with three doubles, three home runs and three RBIs.

Weston Wilson - 6 for 20 (.300) with three home runs and six RBIs, seven walks (.590 OBP)

Jim Haley - 8 for 27 (.296) with two doubles, a triple, home run and five RBIs.

Aramis Garcia - 4 for 13 (.308) with two doubles and four RBIs


Recap :


On Tuesday Simon Muzziotti had three hits (two singles and a double) as did Weston Wilson (two singles and a HR).  Jake Cave hit two doubles.  In Wednesday’s action Simon Muzziotti had three hits (single, double & HR ).  Jake Cave hit two home runs and delivered three RBIs.  Jim Haley had two hits (double & triple).  Dustin Peterson doubled. On Thursday Jake Cave had three hits (two singles & double), Jhailyn Ortiz tripled.  Weston Wilson, Jim Haley and Dustin Peterson homered.  Simon Muzziotti singled to extend his hitting streak to thirteen games.  On Friday Aramis Garcia and Weston Wilson doubled.  Dustin Peterson and Scott Kingery homered. On Saturday Jim Haley was three for five (two singles & a double). Jhailyn Ortiz had two hits (single & double). Dustin Peterson had two hits, one was a home run.  John Hicks doubled.  On Sunday Aramis Garcia had three hits (two singles & double) and three RBIs including the game winner. Scott Kingery had three hits (two singles and a double).  Vimael Machin hit three singles and an RBI.  Dustin Peterson hit two doubles. Jake Cave singled and doubled and had three RBIs. Weston Wilson homered, his 10th of the season.  Jordan Qsar doubled and walked twice.  The team had 18 hits and walked 6 times.


Pitchers :


Recap :


On Tuesday Michael Plassmeyer started and went four innings allowing one run on two hits and two walks, he struck out five batters. Francisco Morales struggled mightily with control in relief, went one third of an inning, walked four and threw four wild pitches (three that scored runs).  Hans Crouse pitched two scoreless innings.  Louis Head pitched a scoreless ninth.  The five Iron Pigs pitchers in the game issued a total of eleven walks.   In Wednesday’s action Noah Skirrow turned in another solid performance going six and two thirds innings allowing three runs on seven hits and one walk, he struck out four batters.  Yunior Marte struck out the only batter he faced.  Erich Uelmen pitched a perfect 8th inning striking out two batters.  Jesus Cruz closed it out.


In Thursday’s loss Christopher Sanchez went four plus innings, seven runs on six hits and five walks. Jake Jewell, McKinley Moore, Ben Bowden, Yunior Marte all pitched a scoreless inning, they allowed just one hit and two walks.  On Friday it was the third bullpen game of the season, Jeremy Walker started and pitched two scoreless frames, two hits and three walks.  Francisco Morales pitched two scoreless, no hits, three walks and three strikeouts.  Trey Cobb pitched the fifth inning, Louis Head the sixth.  Hans Crouse pitched two innings. Jesus Cruz pitched the ninth inning.  On Saturday Nick Nelson pitched four innings, one run, four hits, two walks and a punch out.  Ben Bowden pitched two scoreless frames allowing just a walk, he struck out two batters.  Erich Uelmen pitched two innings, one run, two hits, one walk and one strikeout.  McKinley Moore walked one and struck out the side in a scoreless ninth inning.  On Sunday Michael Plassmeyer started and went four innings, three runs on three hits and four walks, four strikeouts. Jakob Hernandez pitched two scoreless frames allowing three hits. Four other pitchers pitched with Jeremy Walker finishing it with one and two thirds innings, one unearned run on three hits.



AA Level : Reading : 2-4 for the week against New Hampshire , 12-20 overall - 5/16/23 @ Somerset  - six games


Scores :


Tuesday : 14-2 Loss

Wednesday : 6-5 Win

Thursday : 9-2 Loss

Friday : 14-6 Loss

Saturday : 4-1 Win

Sunday : 7-5 Loss


Total Runs Scored : 25

Total Runs Against : 50


Position Players :


Standout Stats :


Drew Ellis - 6 for 16 (.375) with three doubles, a home run, two RBIs and five walks (.545 OBP)

Matt Kroon - 7 for 20 (.350) with a double, three RBIs and five walks (.480 OBP)

Oliver Dunn - .429 OBP (four hits, five walks) in twenty one plate appearances


Recap :


On Tuesday Drew Ellis had two hits (single & HR) and a walk.  Carlos De La Cruz had two hits (single & HR).  In Wednesday’s  win Johan Rojas had three hits (two singles & a double). Carlos De La Cruz and Matt Kroon each had two hits.  Madison Stokes and Drew Ellis each doubled.  On Thursday Oliver Dunn homered.  On Friday Matt Kroon had two hits (single & double).  Drew Ellis & Ethan Wilson doubled.  Carlos De La Cruz and Oliver Dunn homered.  De La Cruz, Dunn and Kroon each had two RBIs.  On Saturday Madison Stokes doubled and walked three times.  Drew Ellis doubled, McCarthy Tatum homered.  Oliver Dunn walked three times.  On Sunday McCarthy Tatum had two hits (single & double) and three RBIs. Ethan Wilson had two hits (single & double). Matt Kroon had two singles.  Nick Podkul homered.


Pitchers :


Tyler McKay - two appearances - three perfect IP, four strikeouts

Taylor Lehman - two appearances - two perfect IP, two strikeouts


Standout Stats :


Recap :


On Tuesday seven pitchers threw in the game, was a struggle for six of them as they were tagged for fourteen hits, issued eleven walks and hit a batter.  However, Andrew Baker retired all four batters he faced, two by strikeouts.  In Wednesday’s win Tyler Phillips was perfect thru five innings.  He went a total of six innings plus three batters into the seventh yielding three runs on five hits and one walk while striking out six batters, had a put away breaking ball once again, especially in the first five frames but also a very lively heater ( sat 93-95 and topped out at 96 mph).  Taylor Lehman inherited two runners in the seventh with no outs, he got a 5-4-3 double play and then a strikeout to strand both.  Tyler McKay pitched a perfect 8th inning.  Brett Schulze finished it out.  On Thursday Griff McGarry pitched the first two innings, he came out firing with the heater in the 96 to 99 mph range, he gave up a run on one hit and one walk, punched out two batters.  Matt Seelinger made his season debut for Reading by pitching a scoreless ninth inning.


On Friday Mick Abel started and went three and two thirds innings, he battled control and command in this one with five walks and one hit batter. Fastball velocity was top drawer touching 99 mph repeatedly and sitting upper nineties but couldn’t command the zone and was tagged for nine runs and five hits.  Adam Leverett pitched two and one third scoreless innings, one hit, two walks and six strikeouts.  Andrew Schultz pitched a perfect inning.  On Saturday it was a bullpen game. Cristian Hernandez opened and went two scoreless innings, two hits and two strikeouts. Zach Linginfelter allowed only one hit in his two innings of work. Keylan Killgore pitched the fifth inning.  Tyler McKay dominated throwing two perfect innings with four strikeouts.  Taylor Lehman threw a perfect inning with one strikeout.  Brett Schulze finished it with a scoreless ninth inning.  On Sunday Josh Hendrickson went five innings, four runs allowed, two earned on seven hits and a walk. Matt Seelinger pitched two perfect  innings in relief with two strikeouts, Braden Zarbnisky threw a scoreless frame.


High A Level : Jersey Shore : 2-4 for the week against Greensboro , 14-15 overall - 5/16/23 @ home vs  Wilmington - six games


Scores :


Tuesday : 7-5 Loss

Wednesday : 8-4 Loss

Thursday : 4-3 Loss

Friday : 6-4 Loss

Saturday : 9-5 Win

Sunday : 6-1 Win


Total Runs Scored : 31

Total Runs Against : 31


Position Players :


Standout Stats :


Hao Yu Lee - 6 for 11 (.545) with five walks (.647 OBP), double and four RBIs, three stolen bases

Kendall Simmons - 6 for 16 (.375) with a double, triple and home run, six RBIs, two walks (.474 OBP)

Casey Martin - 7 for 18 (.389) - has a seven game hitting streak, two doubles, four walks, (.500 OBP)

Nick Ward - 6 for 19 (.316) with three home runs and eight RBIs, four walks, HBP (.458 OBP)

Andrick Nava - 3 for 10 (.300) with 3 walks (.462 OBP)


Recap :


On Tuesday Caleb Ricketts had two hits (single & double). Rixon Wingrove & Casey Martin each doubled.  Nick Ward & Marcus Lee Sang homered.  On Wednesday Casey Martin went two for four, Rixon Wingrove and Kendall Simmons each homered. On Thursday Caleb Ricketts had two hits (singles).  Casey Martin doubled, Kendall Simmons tripled.   On Friday Casey Martin and Kendall Simmons each had two hits and a walk. Simmons doubled.  Hao Yu Lee singled and walked twice.  Leandro Pineda had two RBIs.  On Saturday four hitters each had two hits - Hao Yu Lee, Rixon Wingrove, Jared Carr and Anthony Quirion.  Carr, Wingrove and Lee each doubled. Nick Ward homered, he and Lee each had three RBIs, Wingrove had two.  Marcus Lee Sang walked three times, Casey Martin walked twice, Nick Ward also walked and was hit by a pitch.  On Sunday Hao Yu Lee went three for three with a walk in four plate appearances.  Nick Ward was two for four with a home run and three RBIs, he also walked and scored twice.  Kendall Simmons had two hits and a walk in five plate appearances.  Andrik Nava singled and walked twice and Jared Carr doubled.


Pitchers :


Standout Stats :


Sam Jacobsak - two appearances - two and two thirds perfect IP, two strikeouts

Carlos Betancourt - two scoreless IP, no hits, one BB, six strikeouts

Jordi Martinez - two appearances - four IP, no runs, two hits, no walks, four strikeouts

Carlos Francisco - two appearances - two and one third IP, no runs, one walk, five strikeouts

Chase Antle - two appearances - three IP, no runs, no hits, one walk, six strikeouts

Jordan Fowler - one start, five IP, two runs, six hits, no walks, six strikeouts

Victor Vargas - one start, three IP, no runs or hits, one walk and one hit batter


Recap :


Tuesday was a rough night for starter Gabriel Cotto who went two and one third innings.  Sam Jacobsak retired all five batters he faced, one by strikeout. Albertus Barber threw a perfect inning.  Jason Ruffcorn pitched a perfect sixth inning. Jordi Martinez threw a perfect seventh inning, he also pitched a scoreless 8th allowing one hit.  The BlueClaws bullpen retired 17 of the 18 batters they faced, sixteen in a row!   On Wednesday Gunner Mayer started but didn’t make it out of the first inning going two thirds of the frame.  Carlos Francisco pitched one and one third scoreless innings, no hits, one walk and three strikeouts.  Chase Antle pitched two perfect innings striking out three batters.  Albertus Barber made back to back appearances and pitched an inning.  Matt Russell went two frames and Orion Kerkering made his High A level debut with a perfect eighth inning of work, pop out, ground out and fly out.  On Thursday Victor Vargas started and pitched three scoreless and hitless innings allowing just a walk and hit batter. Carlos Betancourt pitched two scoreless and hitless innings, only one walk allowed, he extends his scoreless inning streak to seven innings in three May appearances.


On Friday Matt Osterberg started and went three and two thirds innings, four runs, one earned on three hits and four walks.  Jason Ruffcorn went one and one third, two unearned runs on one hit and two walks.  Jordi Martinez pitched two scoreless frames, one hit, no walks and three strikeouts.  Sam Jacobsak pitched a perfect inning with one strikeout.  On Saturday Jordan Fowler pitched well, five innings, two runs, six hits, no walks and five strikeouts.  Carlos Francisco threw a perfect inning striking out two batters.  Albertus Barber pitched an inning, one run, one hit and two walks.  Chase Antle struck out the side in the 8th allowing just one walk.  Orion Kerkering finished it by pitching the ninth.


On Sunday Gunner Mayer started and pitched very well, three scoreless and hit less frames, one walk and five strikeouts. Rafael Marcano pitched two innings, one run on two hits and no walks. Rodolfo Sanchez pitched a scoreless frame, one hit allowed and two strikeouts posted. Tristan Garnett, Tommy McCollum and Matt Russell each pitched a scoreless inning, McCollum and Russell each threw perfect frames, McCollum struck out the side.  The staff had 13 strikeouts, allowed just four hits and two walks.


Low A Level : Clearwater : 3-3 for the week against Dunedin ,24-9 overall - 5/16/23 @ home vs  Bradenton - six games


Scores :


Tuesday : 6-5 Loss

Wednesday : 9-4 Win

Thursday : 15-5 Loss

Friday : 9-3 Win

Saturday : 8-3 Win

Sunday : 6-3 Loss


Total Runs Scored : 39

Total Runs Against : 37


Position Players :


Standout Stats :


Otto Kemp - 10 for 24 (.417) - three doubles, three home runs and seven RBIs

Cade Fergus - 7 for 18 (.389) - two doubles,three home runs, six RBIs

Emaarion Boyd - 7 for 18 (.389) - five game hitting streak. three walks and HBP  (.500 OBP) - stole 3 bases (20 for season)

Gabriel Rincones Jr - 6 for 16 (.375) - three doubles, home run, three RBIs, four walks (.500 OBP)

Felix Reyes - 5 for 14 (.357) - one double, four game hitting streak

Justin Crawford - 6 for 19 (.316) two RBIs, four stolen bases - 15 stolen bases for the season


Recap :


On Tuesday Emaarion Boyd & Cade Fergus each had two singles, Bryan Rincon and Gabriel Rincones Jr homered. On Wednesday Cade Fergus had another good day, went three for four with two doubles and a home run, he scored twice and posted three RBIs. Emaarion Boyd, Justin Crawford and Felix Reyes each had two singles. Reyes hit three balls really hard in his five AB’s, the big fella can swing it, if you read me ya know I’ve been touting his bat for a bit now.  Otto Kemp had a single, walk and two RBIs.  On Thursday Otto Kemp had three hits (single, double and HR).  Gabriel Rincones Jr, Felix Reyes and Jordan Dissin each had two hits. Dissin doubled as did Gabriel Rincones Jr and Erick Brito.   Cade Fergus homered.


On Friday Otto Kemp had two hits (double & home run) and two RBIs. Gabriel Rincones Jr, Erick Brito and Jordan Viars had two hits, Rincones Jr doubled. Emaarion Boyd & Jordan Dissin walked twice, Boyd and Erick Brito each stole two bases, the team stole seven bags in total.  Every batter in the lineup reached base.  On Saturday Otto Kemp had two hits (single & HR) as did Justin Crawford (two singles).  Jordan Viars doubled.  Justin Crawford had three stolen bases in the game giving him 15 for the season.   Chad Castillo, Cade Fergus and Bryan Rincon each walked twice.  Rincon and Freylin Minyety each had two RBIs.  On Sunday Otto Kemp had two hits (single & double) and an RBI.  Felix Reyes and Gabriel Rincones Jr each doubled.  Cade Fergus homered.


Pitchers :


Standout Stats :


Wen Hui Pan - two appearances - six IP, 1 run, two hits, one walk, four strikeouts

Andrew Walling - three and one third scoreless IP, no hits, 1 BB, 6 K’s

Jonh Henriquez - two appearances - five IP, 1 unearned run, 2 H, 5 BB, 4 K’s

Jack Dallas - two appearances - four and two thirds IP, 1 ER, 3 H, 4 BB, 7 K’s


Recap :


On Tuesday Sam Aldegheri pitched five innings allowing three runs on seven hits, he walked three and struck out five batters. Wen Hui Pan pitched three innings allowing one run on two hits and a walk.  Jack Dallas pitched a perfect ninth inning, he yielded two unearned runs in the tenth.  On Wednesday Jayden Estanista started and pitched three scoreless innings, one hit allowed, four walks and four strikeouts.  Jonh Henriquez followed and went three frames, one unearned run on two hits, four walks and three punch outs.  Eduar Segovia pitched an inning plus and Wesley Moore finished it by going two frames.  In Thursday’s blowout loss it was a rough outing for Jean Cabrera, he pitched the first five innings yielding six runs however three of his frames were scoreless. Yoniel Ramirez and Jonathan Petit finished it out, they also struggled.


On Friday Alex McFarlane started and went three and two thirds innings, the first three were scoreless. Overall he was tagged with three runs on three hits, a hit batter and four walks.  He struck out four batters, fastball range was 95 to 99 mph.   Andrew Walling was very good pitching three and one third innings of scoreless and hitless relief retiring ten of eleven batters he faced, six by strikeout, fastball was 94 to 96 mph. Danny Wilkinson pitched a scoreless inning, one hit and two strikeouts.  On Saturday Estibenzon Jimenez started and pitched well, four innings, two runs, three hits and one strikeout. Jonh Henriquez tossed two scoreless frames allowing just a walk, striking out one batter.  Jack Dallas finished it going three innings allowing one run on one hit and three walks, he struck out five batters.   On Sunday Wen Hui Pan was outstanding in relief, three perfect innings with four strikeouts.  He needed only 34 pitches, 22 of which were strikes, fastball was in the 96 for 98 mph range, he also threw a slider and splitter,  the splitter had minimal spin and fell off the table at the plate, really strong outing.  Wesley Moore pitched a scoreless and hit less eighth inning, one walk and two strikeouts.



Player Development Training Center : 2-0-1 during the week - 7-2-3 overall in Extended Spring Games - Next week three games ( two @ home - Tuesday & Thursday - Friday @ Blue Jays)


Scores :


Tuesday : 1-1 Tie with Blue Jays

Thursday : 11-6 Win vs Tigers

Friday : 11-7 Win vs Blue Jays


Total Runs Scored : 23

Total Runs Against : 14


Position Players :


Standout Stats :


Raylin Heredia continues to impress, he had a single and two run home run in two AB’s on Friday, the nineteen year old from Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic is a well built, strong and athletic player.  He was the offensive star of the 2022 Dominican Summer League playoffs and Championship Series posting a .417 batting average and .481 OBP with four doubles, a triple and four RBIs for league champion Phillies White in 27 plate appearances.  I’ve seen him play in person now a few times and can attest to a very quick bat, easy power (ball jumps off the bat) and speed to burn.  In 23 extended spring training plate appearances he’s now posted seven hits (including a double, triple & home run) and four walks for a .478 OBP.  In addition we’ve seen him go yard in intra-squad scrimmage play.  One to definitely keep an eye on, has tools.


Recap :


On Tuesday Raylin Heredia had two hits and a walk.  Santiago Torres doubled and scored the lone run. Jose Colmenarez doubled and Marco Soto singled and had the lone RBI.  The Phillies drew eleven walks and had six hits en-route to their sixth extended spring training game victory on Thursday.  Marco Soto tripled and had three RBIs.  Albert Rodriquez and Gavin Tonkel doubled. William Bergolla, Ezra Farmer and Yemal Flores each singled.  Santiago Torres, Yhoswar Garcia and Matt Alifano walked twice.


On Friday Yhoswar Garcia went three for four with two singles and a triple, he can flat out fly.  Yhoswar also was busy defensively in center field, speed is a true asset.  Cole Moore hit the ball off the right field fence twice for two doubles, he was three for four overall with two RBI’s.  Raylin Heredia had a single and two run home run in two AB’s.  William Bergolla was two for four with a single and double, very quick bat.  Diego Gonzalez was two for two (singles).  Yemal Flores doubled.  The Phillies had eighteen hits in total, Marco Soto, Junior Marin, Jehisbert Sevilla, Jorge Mendez and Santiago Torres each singled.


Pitchers :


Recap :


On Tuesday hurlers dominated as the Phillies pitchers held the Blue Jays to just four hits but were only able to amass five themselves.  Mavis Graves started on the mound and pitched an inning, he yielded an unearned run on one hit and one walk, struck out one batter.  Jace Vines threw a perfect inning with one strikeout, Malik Binns went two scoreless (no hits, 2 BB, 3 K’s).  Nicoly Pina threw two scoreless frames (no hits, 1 BB, 4 K’s) as did Nathan Karaffa (three hits, 0 BB, 2 K’s) and Giuseppe Velasquez finished with a perfect inning striking out one batter.


On Thursday Phillies pitchers walked ten batters and yielded seven hits.  Daniel Mejia started and went one and one third innings yielding four runs on two hits and one walk.  Ty Collins followed and pitched one and two third innings - no runs, one hit, three walks and three strikeouts.  Christopher Soriano gave up a run in two innings of work, no hits, one walk and one strikeout.  Luis Gomez pitched two scoreless innings yielding two hits.  Saul Teran finished going an inning, one run, two hits, one walk and two strikeouts.


On Friday Enrique Segura made his first extended spring game appearance, threw the first inning, stuff is really good but left a couple pitches up today and they got spanked for two doubles, one run scored.  Oswald Medina was very sharp in his perfect inning of work, Jace Vines threw well (scoreless frame) despite getting pinched by the umpire on strike calls.  Zach Haake threw a perfect inning.  Eight pitchers in total threw in the game.


Dominican Summer League Spring Training


Phillies Red : (2-1 for the week, 5-2 overall) - next week four games


Scores :


Scores :


Monday : 8-3 Win vs Cubs2

Thursday : 9-7 Win vs Mets1

Friday : 5-4 Loss to Nationals


Total Runs Scored : 12

Total Runs Against : 8


Position Players :


Recap :


On Monday Manolfi Jimenez went two for four with a double, triple and two RBI’s.  Andres Hernandez also had two hits (singles) in for at bats and an RBI from the leadoff spot in the order, he also stole a base. Jose Leanez hit a three run home run. Kilwer Colmenaresdoubled, had an RBI and scored a run.  On Thursday Jarol Martinez had two hits (single & home run) and posted three RBIs. Manolfi Jimenez had two hits (singles) and an RBI. Neify Rosario doubled and had an RBI.  On Friday

Brahian Silva had two hits (singles) and a walk.  Nolan Beltran tripled and walked.  The team was held to seven hits in total, Andres Hernandez, Eduardo Tait, Manolfi Jimenez and Dervin Andrade each singled.


Pitchers :


Recap :


On Monday four pitchers went two innings each - Jefrey German, Juan Amarante, Adilson Peralta and Edward Chirinos.  Peralta tossed scoreless baseball allowing one hit and one walk, he struck out four batters. The four pitchers struck out nine batters and walked seven, they yielded eight hits.  On Thursday Ezequiel Ventura, Luis Alcala, Javier Fuenmayor and Eduardo Fernandez each pitched a couple frames.  On Friday Alexis De La Cruz, Endersen Jean, Ramon Reyes and Angel Liranzo each pitched two innings, Naoel Mejia pitched an inning. De La Cruz and Liranzo had scoreless efforts.


Phillies White : (3-0 for the week, 5-1-1) - next week four games


Scores :


Monday : 5-1 Win vs Orioles

Thursday : 7-4 Win vs Angels

Friday : 5-3 Win vs Angels


Total Runs Scored : 17

Total Runs Against : 8


Position Players :


Recap :


On Monday Starlyn Caba went two for four from the leadoff spot, Yemil Rosario was one for two with a single, walk and two stolen bases. Yoangel Ramos drew three walks. The club had eight hits in total.  On Thursday Darium Gutierrez had two singles and an RBI. Angel Mata doubled. Aroon Escobar drew three walks, Leny Carela singled and walked twice. On Friday Aroon Escobar hit a three run home run and also walked in five plate appearances.  Fernando Hernandez was two for two with a run scored. Starlyn Caba had the only other extra base hit of the game, a double.  He also walked and scored two runs. The team had six hits in total, Jerffson Pena and Yoangel Ramos each singled.


Pitchers :


Recap :


On Monday Wilmer Blanco, Danyony Pulido and Josbel Garcia each pitched two scoreless inning, Garcia pitched a perfect frame. John Sosa pitch one and two thirds scoreless innings.  The four pitchers walked six and struck out four batters, they yielded no hits, the Orioles had just two hits in the contest.  On Thursday Joel Heredia and Luis Avila each pitched two perfect innings with two strikeouts. Claudio Gatier and Rainy Mota each pitched two innings, Gregory Lebron pitched an inning. On Friday Cristian Diaz, Luis Martinez and Jendry Charles each pitched two innings.  Carlos Millan pitched a scoreless inning with two strikeouts.


Happy Day, Happy Baseball ⚾️


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