AAA: Sacramento 4, Reno 3 (11 Innings)
- Isan Díaz was the game-saver and game-winner for the River Cats, going 2-for-2 after entering the game as a pinch-hitter in the 9th. His one-out pinch-hit home run in the 9th tied the game, and was the team’s first run. His home run in the 11th was a 2-run shot that helped Sacramento come from behind and win the game. Díaz has four home runs over his last five games, and is 19-for-88 (.216) through 28 games in Sacramento.
- David Villar was 1-for-4 with a walk and his 10th double of the season. Villar has doubles in each of his lsat three games, all going 1-for-4, though he’s also picked up a home run in that streak.
- The rehabbing Anthony DeSclafani made his return, going three scoreless innings with three hits and three strikeouts in his first rehab game. Desclafani hasn’t pitched since April 21st with San Francisco.
- Shelby Miller went a scoreless inning with a strikeout in his second game with Sacramento.
- Joey Marciano struck out three in two scoreless innings, with two hits and a walk allowed. Since June has begun, Marciano has given up just two runs, one earned, over 6.1 innings with seven strikeouts and two walks.
- Yunior Marte struck out the side in his inning of work, without allowing a baserunner. Marte has struck out 21 and walked five in 14.2 innings with Triple-A this season.
AA: Richmond 6, Erie 5
- Tyler Fitzgerald went 2-for-4 with his eighth home run of the season. It’s Fitzgerald’s second home run in his last six games. Fitzgerald has had three multi-hit games in his last five, in which he’s gone 6-for-20 (.300) with a double and home run.
- Rob Emery was 2-for-2 with a walk and a HBP. Emery has a batting line .233/.346/.411 on the season, with three doubles, two triples, and three home runs.
- The starting pitcher was Matt Frisbee, who allowed four runs on six hits and a walk, and he gave up three home runs as a part of it. It was Frisbee’s second straight allowing four runs, and his ERA has moved up to 4.72 on the season.
- Cole Waites gave up his first run in Double-A, on one hit and a walk, while striking out four. Through two Richmond games, Waites has struck out six in 3.0 innings, with two walks and the one hit.
High-A: Spokane 7, Eugene 6
- Ghordy Santos collected his 5th home run on a 2-for-5 day, part of a 3-run 9th inning comeback that would tie the game before the loss. Santos has hit two home runs in nine games in the month of June, along with three doubles on 12-for-41 (.293) hitting.
- Carter Williams hit just his third home run of the season, and first since May 15th. After missing a month early in the season, Williams is hitting .246/.254/.443 on the season, with three doubles and three home runs.
- Rodolfo Bone hit his second home run of the season, both coming in his last four games played. Primarily as Eugene’s backup catcher, Bone is playing only sparingly, with a .133/.175/.250 batting line through 17 games this season.
- Going 1-for-5 with with a double, Luis Matos hit a double, his first extra-base hit in High-A and first since his return to High-A in 13 at-bats. Matos now has a batting line of .138/.239/.150.
- Starting Pitcher Jake Wong gave up three runs in 5.0 innings, allowing four hits and two walks while striking out two. Through 35.2 innings this season, Wong has struck out 36 and allowed 15 walks, while giving up 35 hits.
- Reliever Juan Sanchez went 2.0 scoreless innings, allowing just a hit and two walks with four strikeouts. Sanchez has gone three straight games without allowing any runs, allowing just a hit and two walks in 4.0 innings with seven strikeouts.
Low-A: Lake Elsinore 7, San Jose 6
San Jose Notes:
- Vaun Brown led San Jose in hitting, going 2-for-5 with a triple, his 5th of the season. Brown is 71-for-202 (.351) with 11 doubles, five triples, and 13 home runs, with 24 walks to 60 strikeouts through 52 games this season.
- Grant McCray only had one hit, but also drew two walks and stole his 15th base of the season.McCray is batting 13-for-45 (.289) in 10 games in June, with two doubles, a triple, and five steals in six attempts.
- Aeverson Arteage went 1-for-4 with a walk and his 13th double of the season. Arteaga is batting .272/.336/.442 on the year through 51 games, with 13 doubles, two triples, and six home runs. He had nine home runs in 57 games last season.
- Starting pitcher Keaton Winn gave up three runs through 5.0 innings, on six hits and three walks with five strikeouts. Winn has 50 strikeouts against 16 walks in 37.2 innings, and has a 5.02 ERA on the year.
- Esmerlin Vinicio struck out two in a scoreless inning, giving up just a walk. He has 20 strikeouts now in 11 walks in 20.0 innings.
- Hunter Dula struck out three of the four batters he faced, and also stranded all three runners that were on when he came into the game. Dula now has 21 strikeouts to five walks in 16.1 innings this season.
ACL: ACL Giants Black 5, ACL Giants Orange 0
ACL Giants Black Notes:
- Shortstop Anthony Rodriguez hit his second home run on a 1-for-3 day. Through the first four games, Rodriguez has gone 6-for-15 (.400) with a double and two home runs.
- Third baseman Elian Rayho got his first double of the year going 1-for-3. He’s gone 3-for-13 (.231) with a double, a home run, and two walks this season so far.
- Gregory Santos made his first appearance in three weeks with a rehab appearance, going a scoreless inning allowing a hit and striking out one. Through 14 games in Sacramento, Santos had a 3.45 ERA with 15 strikeouts to 10 walks and 16 hits allowed.
- Joe Kermiage took the lion’s share of innings in relief, going four scoreless innings without four hits and striking out six. In his first two appearances, Kermiage has gone 9.0 scoreless innings, with 15 strikeouts to one walks and five hits.
ACL Giants Orange Notes:
- First baseman Irvin Murr III was 1-for-3 with his first double of the year, the only extra base hit for the Orange team of the day. Through five games, Murr is 3-for-13 with a double and two walks to six strikeouts.
- Left fielder Tyler Forner was 1-for-3 on the day. Forner is 3-for-11 (.273) with a double on the year, but also has seven strikeouts to one walk.
- Freddery Paulino took the start, allowing five runs on five hits with two walks, but just one strikeout and one home run. Paulino has allowed nine runs in 7.0 innings to start his 2022 season, with three walks and three strikeouts in 7.0 innings.
DSL: DSL PIT Black 4, DSL Giants Black 2
DSL Giants Black Notes:
- Third baseman Jean Carlos Sio had the biggest hit for the Giants in a soft hitting day, going 1-for-3 with a triple, his first of the year, and his second steal of the season. Through five games, Sio is 4-for-17 with today’s triple his first extra-base hit.
- Center fielder Luis Frias went 1-for-3 with his second double of the season. Frias has played in four games so far this season, and has gone 3-for-11 with two doubles, and two walks to two strikeouts.
- Starter Luis Bermudez made his second appearance of the season, and remains unscored upon with 3.0 scoreless, allowing just a hit and striking out two. He’s now gone 5.0 innings, and the walk is the only baserunner he’s allowed.
DSL: DSL Twins 6, DSL Giants Orange 0
DSL Giants Orange Notes:
- Left fielder Lazaro Morales had the only extra-base hit for the Giants today, going 1-for-2 with a double, his first of the year. He was also hit by a pitch. Morales is 7-for-13 through four games, with a double and two triples.
- Shortstop Ryan Reckley picked up his first hit of the season, going 1-for-3 with a walk, and stealing his second base of the year. Reckly having gone 1-for-16 leaves him with a .063 batting average, but seven walks means he has a .348 on-base percentage.
- Jose Rojas was the starting pitcher, allowing four runs on four hits and two walks while striking out just one. Last season, Morales had a 3.69 ERA in the DSL in nine games, seven of which were starts.