AAA: Salt Lake 10, Sacramento 4
- Ricardo Genovés went 2-for-4, taking care of most of Sacramento’s offense with a 3-run home run, his third of the season. Genovés is batting .269 (28-for-104) with six doubles and three home runs. He had 14 home runs in 2021 in Low-A, High-A, and a brief Triple-A stint.
- Bryce Johnson was 2-for-3 with a walk and his sixth double of the season. Over his last two games, Johnson is 5-for-7 with a double and a home run.
- Michael Plassmeyer got hit hard in his start, allowing six runs in 3.0 innings, with five hits, four walks, and two HBPs allowed. Plassmeyer has gone less than 5.0 innings three times in his last four starts, and his ERA has risen from 5.02 to 7.29 over that span.
- Joey Marciano struck out two in 2.0 innings, allowing just a hit batter. After cooling off a little from a hot start, Marciano’s been getting more strikeouts, now with 20 in 19.1 innings, with 11 walks.
- Yunior Marte had another scoreless inning of work, his fifth straight in Sacramento. Marte has a 2.45 ERA on the season in Triple-A, with 14 strikeouts to just two walks in 11.0 innings between MLB callups.
AA: Hartford 7, Richmond 3
- Brandon Martorano had a 2-for-3 day at catcher. He’s got a batting line of .241/.338/.509 on the season.
- Brett Auerbach was 2-for-5 with his second double of the season while batting leadoff. Auerbach has a batting line of .214/.323/.366 with two doubles and five home runs.
- Kyle Harrison made his Double-A debut with a solid game. He gave up six hits, a season-high, and a walk, leading to two runs. He also struck out nine in his debut at the level.
- Harrison becomes the youngest pitcher in Flying Squirrels history at 20 years, 288 days old. He beats out Adalberto Mejia, who debuted in 2015 at an age of 20 years, 289 days old.
- Frankie Tostado led the offense for Richmond, going 3-for-3 with a walk and his sixth home run of the season. Five of Tostado’s home runs have come in May, with his last coming back on May 18th.
High-A: Eugene 7, Tri-City 6
- For the second time in two nights, Eugene won on a walk-off, this time a sacrifice fly by Carter Williams. Williams was 2-for-3 with his first double of the season (in just his seventh game) and the game winning sac fly. In seven games played, Williams has hits in six of them, but this is his first multi-hit game of his season.
- Carter Aldrete picked up his sixth home run of the season while going 1-for-3 with a walk. Four of Aldrete’s six home runs have come over his last eight games. Aldrete hit just nine home runs in 81 games last season, and is two-thirds of the way there in just 30 games this year.
- Jimmy Glowenke went 1-for-3 himself, collecting his fifth home run of the year. Glowenke has had a difficult season, and is just 19-for-98 (.194) on the year. He had 13 home runs last season in 97 games, and already has five in 32 games this season.
- Jake Wong had a tough start of his own, allowing six runs, four earned, in 2.2 innings. He allowed seven hits and three walks, while striking out just four. Wong has allowed 11 runs, nine earned, over his last two starts, allowing 15 hits in 7.0 total innings.
- Cole Waites made his first appearance since May 6th, striking out two in a scoreless inning. He picked up where he left off early in the month, and now has eight straight scoreless appearances after allowing five runs in his first two games of the year. He has 21 strikeouts to four walks in 9.2 innings.
- Nick Morreale struck out two over 2.0 innings, allowing just a hit. It was a good bounceback, as he’s allowed 13 runs, though only six earned, over his last three games in which he’s pitched just 1.0 inning.
Low-A: San Jose 10, Modesto 6
San Jose Notes:
- Aeverson Arteaga was 2-for-6 with his 6th home run. Over the last five games, Arteaga has gone 7-for-24 (.292) with a double, a home run, and two triples.
- Garrett Frechette led San Jose with three hits, going 3-for-5 with his third triple of the season. It was Frechette’s second 3-hit game of the season, as he’s gone 28-for-114 (.246) on the season.
- Vaun Brown was 2-for-3 with a walk and got hit by a pitch, but also stole three bases, giving him 17 on the year. Brown now has 17 steal in 18 attempts. Brown leads the team by a fair margin, but is only 6th in the league, with almost half the total of the league leader, who has 33.
- Riley Mahan went 2-for-4 with a walk. In three games since joining the team, Mahan has gone 4-for-14 with a double, and one walk against six strikeouts.
- Starter Nick Sinacola allowed a season-high five runs on six hits and two walks over just 3.0 innings. Sinacola’s ERA bumped up from 2.10 to 3.45 in this one game.
- Reliever Landen Roupp had the best outing among San Jose pitchers on the day, going a season-high-tying 4.0 scoreless outings, striking out a season-high seven with just three hits allowed. Roupp has 42 strikeouts to just 11 walks in 27.0 innings on the year.