We had a couple of roster moves ahead of the start of this week’s games.

Will Wilson got a promotion to Triple-A, while Ricardo Genovés got moved down to Double-A.  The latter move was probably due to Joey Bart’s impending Sacramento return to work on his mechanics.

And, as reported in yesterday’s Prospect Round-Up, Najee Gaskins is on his way from San Jose to High-A Eugene.

One other move was outfielder Jairo Pomares getting moved from High-A Eugene to the Arizona Complex League.  The reasoning for that is Eugene playing in Vancouver, Canada, where passport issues for Cuban players like Pomares generally don’t get resolved until they make the Majors.  Good thing Vancouver is the only minor league team in Canada that Pomares needs to worry about this with.

AAA: Tacoma 3, Sacramento 1


Sacramento Notes:

  • Will Wilson made his Triple-A debut, going 1-for-4 with a strikeout and a HBP, and also getting caught stealing.  In 29 games at Double-A this season, Wilson hit .233/.347/.505 with four doubles and eight home runs.
  • A day after coming back from the bigs, Heliot Ramos led the Cats in hitting by going 2-for-4, although he also got caught stealing, for the second time this season.  Ramos is now batting 10-for-33 (.303) in June in Triple-A, with two home runs.
  • Arquimedes Gamboa had the only extra-base hit for the River Cats, with a double while he went 1-for-2 with a walk.  It’s Gamboa’s fifth double of the year, also with two doubles and three home runs in 51 games.
  • Starting pitcher Tristan Beck went 4.0 innings, giving up two runs on three hits and two walks, with five strikeouts.  The game actually lowered Beck to lower his Triple-A ERA from 9.20 to 8.65.
  • Reliever Jeremy Walker had a strong game, going 2.0 innings and striking out four of the six batters he faced.  It’s Walker’s first game without allowing a run since May 29th, a span of six appearances.

AA: Harrisburg 2, Richmond 1


Richmond Notes:

  • Michael Gigliotti went 1-for-4 with his fifth home run of the season.  So far in June, Gigliotti has gone 8-for-29 with three of his home runs, as well as a triple and a double.
  • Starter Bryan Brickhouse had a solid start, going 6.0 IP with two runs allowing on five hits, but no walks.  He struck out seven, his highest total since striking out ten on May 10th, six starts ago.  Through 57.0 innings, he now has 56 strikeouts to 19 walks.
  • Taylor Rashi struck out three in 2.0 innings of work, giving up just a single.  He now has 37 strikeouts to 12 walks in 24.2 innings.

High-A: Eugene 9, Vancouver 4


Eugene Notes:

  • Luis Toribio had a huge game, going 3-for-3 with a walk and two home runs.  It was Toribio’s first 2-home run game of the season, and despite having just eight hits in the month of June, he now has five home runs on the month. 
  • Carter Aldrete also had three hits for Eugene, going 3-for-3 with a walk and his first steal of the season.  It’s Aldrete’s first 3-hit game of the season, and he’s now 13-for-45 (.28( on the month.
  • In his High-A debut, Najee Gaskins went 1-for-3 with a HBP.  In 40 games at San Jose, Gaskins had a .274/.396/.359 batting line, with seven doubles and one home run.
  • Casey Schmitt picked up his first triple, as he went 1-for-5 on the day, though with three strikeouts.  In 50 games, Schmitt now has 42 strikeouts to 19 walks, and 12 of the strikeouts and five walks have come in 12 games in June.
  • Randy Rodriguez took the start, giving up three runs on three hits and three walks, plus a HBP, with three strikeouts.  It’s the first start where Rodriguez has given up more than one run since May 19th, four starts ago.

Low-A: Fresno 7, San Jose 4


San Jose Notes:

  • Aeverson Arteaga went 3-for-4 with his 14th double to lead the Giants in tonight’s game.  Arteaga has at least one hit in nine of his 11 games in June, though this game was just one with Multiple hits.  He’s still batting just 12-for-45 (.267 ) in the month of June, with a .280 batting average on the year.
  • Alexander Suarez went 2-for-3 with his third double of the season.  Suarez has multiple hits in two of his last three games, totaling a 4-for-9 stretch that has raised his batting average from .174 to .195.
  • Rayner Santana picked up his third double of the season with a 2-for-4 night.  Santana has only played five games in June, though apparently not with any injures, and has a hit in every game.  He’s 6-for-16 (.375) with the double during the month.
  • Starter Nick Sinacola gave up four runs, but just two earned, on seven hits and no walks.  He struck out just one, his lowest strikeout total in an appearance in the season other than striking out none in 2.0 innings in relief back on April 14th.  He’s now allowed 43 hits in 41.1 innings, which is a .262 batting average allowed.
  • Landen Roupp took one on the chin, giving up three runs on four hits and two walks in 3.0 innings, with two strikeouts.  He still has a 2.92 ERA overall, though the two strikeouts tie for his lowest strikeout total on the year.

ACL: ACL Angels 3, ACL Giants Black 2


ACL Giants Black Notes:

  • Notching his first home run of the season was right fielder Jared Dupere, going 1-for-5 and getting both the team’s runs on the one hit.  This game comes one day after Dupere hit two doubles, and he’s 4-for-14 (.286 with the home run and two doubles on the season.
  • P.J. Hilson got his third double while going 1-for-5.  Hilson has three double and a triple in six games this season at the ACL.
  • Catcher Onil Perez had the other Giants extra-base hit, going 1-for-4 with his first double.  It’s Perez’s first extra-base hit of any kind this season, and he has hits in five of the six games he’s played.
  • The rehabbing Gregory Santos had a scoreless innings to start this game, giving up just one hit while striking out two.  It’s Santos’ second rehab game, and he’s allowed two hits and struck out three in 2.0 innings.
  • Reliever Miguel Mora got the most innings, going 3.0 innings, allowing an unearned run on two hits and a walk, with five strikeouts.  Through 6.0 innings so far this season, Mora has 12 strikeouts to four walks.
  • 26-year old reliever John Gavin struck out four of the six batters he faced.  It’s his second game this season, after not having pitched since 2019.

ACL: ACL Giants Orange 3, ACL D-backs Black 1


ACL Giants Orange Notes:

  • DH Jairo Pomares went 2-for-3 as he will spend the week in Arizona, since he can’t go to Canada.  He hit a home run in the game, his ninth overall this season with the eight in High-A.
  • The other Giants home run came from first baseman Irvin Murr III, his first of the season.  Murr has a double and a home run through seven games, batting 4-for-17 (.235).
  • Catcher Freddy Tremaria was 1-for-3 with his first double of the season.  It’s Tremaria’s first hit in four games this season, as he’s gone 1-for-12 with seven strikeouts and no walks.
  • The start belonged to Brayan Palencia, who gave up just one unearned run on five hits and a walk in 4.2 innings, with four strikeouts.  Palencia has 11 strikeouts to two walks in 8.2 innings so far this season, though with 10 hits allowed (.286 average allowed).
  • Reliever JJ Santa Cruz struck out two of the four batters he faced in 1.1 innings.  So far in two games, Santa Cruz has six strikeouts to two walks in 3.1 innings.

DSL: DSL NYY Bombers 4, DSL Giants Black 3


DSL Giants Black Notes:

  • First baseman Guillermo Williamson was 1-for-3 with his second home run of the season.  To start the season, Williamson has gone 7-for-25 (.280) with a pair of home runs, but just one walk to eight strikeouts.
  • Third baseman Javier Francisco went 1-for-2 with a walk, and his first home run of the season.  Francisco has played just four games so far this season, and has gone 6-for-13 (.462) with one double and one home run.
  • Pitcher Mauricio Estrella took the start, striking out seven while allowing three runs, one earned on three hits and no walks.  Through two starts, Estrella now has 10 strikeouts to three walks in 8.1 innings.

DSL: SUSPENDED: DSL Angels 5, DSL Giants Orange 0 (3rd Inning)


DSL Giants Orange Notes:

  • No date was given for when this game would continue.