AAA: Albuquerque 7, Sacramento 3 (10 Innings)


Sacramento Notes:

  • It’s October…and it’s still minor league baseball season (for some leagues, at least).  First time in history that’s the case.
  • Bryce Johnson knocked his ninth home run of the season, with a 3-hit game in his first game since September 19th.  If Johnson can manage to hit one more home run in the final couple of days of the season, he will double his previous season high of five that he hit in 2019, which he did between High-A and Double-A.
  • Jason Krizan also had a 3-hit game, with a double, his 26th of the season.  Krizan has a .319 batting average, but has never previously finished a season with an average over .300.  His highest average in a season was .294 in 2016, split between Double-A and Triple-A.
  • Ronnie Williams had his best start of the season, with five shutout innings on just two hits and two walks.  It was his longest start of the season, either at Double-A or Triple-A, and was a strong bounce-back after giving up five runs in 2.0 innings in his last start.

DSL: DSL Rangers2 3, DSL Giants Black 2


DSL Giants Black Notes:

  • Elian Rayo started off October with his second home run of the season.  His first came all the way back on July 15th, his third game of the season.  Rayo is batting .250 on the season, with six doubles, a triple, and the two home runs in 37 games.
  • Mauricio Pierre hit his first triple of the season, 39 games into it.  He also has seven doubles and five home run on the year so far.
  • Gerelmi Maldonado had the start, allowing a run in 4.0 innings on three hits and a walk.  Maldonado started the season with a 135.00 ERA after giving up five runs to just one out, and has steadily lowered it.  He now has a 5.22 ERA in 29.1 innings this season.

DSL: DSL Giants Orange 6, DSL Orioles2 2


DSL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Ramon Peralta picked up his 10th double of the season with a 2-hit game.  Peralta is batting just .212 this season, but has a .340 on-base percentage and a .345 slugging percentage.
  • Jediael Maduro hit his own double, giving him just three on the season, but he also drew two walks.  Maduro has a .404 OBP over a .253 batting average, with 19 walks to 16 strikeouts in 83 at-bats.
  • Mikell Manzano had his most dominating start of the season, with a season-high 10 strikeouts and no walks in 6.0 innings.  Manzano has 70 strikeouts to five walks in 48.1 innings this season.