AAA: Tacoma 6, Sacramento 5
- Michael Papierski went 2-for-4 with his third home run of the season, and second since joining Sacramento. In 13 games since the trade, Papierski has hit .220/.245/.380 with two doubles and two home runs.
- Heliot Ramos went 2-for-5 with his fifth double of the season. It’s Ramos’ second multi-hit game in his last three, but he’s still batting just .218 in Triple-A this season.
- Donovan Walton hit a double in his second game back in Sacramento since coming down from San Francisco. In just eight games with the River Cats, he’s batting .204 with two doubles and a home run.
- Anthony Desclafani took the loss in a rehab start. He allowed four runs, three earned, on five hits and three walks with just two strikeouts in 2.2 innings. He hadn’t allowed any runs in 3.0 in his first rehab start.
- Joey Marciano struck out two of the four batters he faced, allowing a hit in 1.0 innings. Marciano has 29 strikeouts to 13 walks in 26.2 innings this season.
AA: Harrisburg 2, Richmond 1
- Armani Smith went 2-for-3 with a walk and his fifth double in Double-A. In the month of June, Smith has gone 12-for-36 with three doubles, a triple, and a home run.
- In his second game down in Double-A, Ricardo Genovés went 2-for-3, making him 3-for-7 so far in Richmond with one walk and two strikeouts.
- Diego Rincones was 2-for-4, his fourth multi-hit game in the last seven games. He’s 11-for-27 (.407) in that span with three doubles and a home run.
- Jake Dahlberg took the start allowing two runs on five hits and three walks, with three strikeouts. The three walks tied a season-high while the three strikeouts tied a season-low. He has 55 strikeouts to 13 walks in 54.1 innings of work.
High-A: Eugene 10, Vancouver 5
- Luis Toribio had another home run, his eighth of the season while going 1-for-3 with two walks. It was Toribio’s third home run in as many games, and sixth in the month of June.
- Hunter Bishop had a perfect on-base day, going 2-for-2 with two walks and a HBP, hitting his seventh home run of the season and stealing his 15th base. June has become his best pro month, as he’s batting .271 (13-for-48), with four doubles and three home runs, eight walks to 13 strikeouts, and five steals on six attempts.
- Ghordy Santos went 2-for-5 with a walk and his sixth home run of the year. Santos is on a 9-game hitting streak, seven of which are multi-hit games, going 18-for-40 (.450) with four doubles and two home runs.
- Carter Aldrete went 3-for-5 on the day with all singles. He is batting .270/.339/.533 on the season.
- Ryan Murphy had the start, striking out seven in 4.0 innings, but allowing four runs, three earned, on three hits and three walks. For Murphy, it’s his lowest strikeout total of his last three start, and tied a season-high in walks.
- Brooks Crawford struck out four in 3.0 scoreless relief innings, allowing just two hits. He now has 31 strikeouts to eight walks in 25.2 innings this season.
Low-A: San Jose 6, Fresno 5 (10 Innings)
San Jose Notes:
- Grant McCray led the team, going 2-for-4 with a walk, hitting his 12th double and seventh triple of the season, and also stealing his 16th base of the year. It’s McCray’s first multi-hit game since June 8th. He’s batting .274 (17-for-62) in the month of June so far.
- Dilan Rosario went 2-for-4 with a walk and his fourth steal of the season. Rosario has had a quiet season, but this is two multi-hit games in a row for him with two hits, though his last game played was back on Sunday, June 12th.
- Carter Williams was 2-for-3 with a walk, a HBP, and a steal, while stealing a base in his short San Jose stay. In two games at the level, he’s now 4-for-6 with two walks and two strikeouts.
- Hayden Cantrelle went 1-for-3 with two walks and a steal, also his first of the season with San Jose in his third game with the team. He’s 4-for-12 with a double and triple and two walks to two strikeouts.
- Eric Silva had the start, allowing four runs on five hits and four walks, with four strikeouts. It’s Silva’s second game in a row allowing a season-high four runs, and third time this season doing that, as the four walks also tied a season-high.
- Manuel Mercedes allowed one run on one hit and three walks in 3.0 innings, with three strikeouts. On the season, he has 31 strikeouts to 29 walks in 31.1 innings.
ACL: ACL Giants Black 13, ACL D-backs Red 12
ACL Giants Black Notes:
- Center Fielder P.J. Hilson was 2-for-4 with his first home run of the season and a sacrifice fly. Hilson had no home runs in the ACL last season in 43 games.
- Second baseman Anyesber Sivira was 1-for-4 with a walk with his first home run of the year. In six games in the ACL this year, the home run is his first extra-base hit of the year while batting 5-for-16 (.313).
- Left fielder Harrison Freed was 2-for-4 with his second double of the season. Freed is batting .389 (7-for-18) through seven games this season so far.
- Roberto Monegro took the start, the first of his pro career, allowing four runs in 3.1 innings of work, on three hits and two walks, with three strikeouts. Monegro started his career as a shortstop in 2019, but switched to pitching for 2021, working as a reliever in the DSL with a 4.19 ERA in 14 appearances.
- Jorge Guzman struck out two without allowing a baserunner in his inning of work. In four games this season, he’s pitched 5.0 innings, striking out seven with a walk, and two hits allowed.
ACL: ACL Angels 7, ACL Giants Orange 5
ACL Giants Orange Notes:
- Designated hitter Jairo Pomares continues to prove he’s well above the ACL level, going three for four with two doubles and a home run. In two games in the ACL, Pomares is 5-for-7 with two doubles and two home runs.
- Shortstop Diego Velasquez went 1-for-2 with two walks. Velasquez is 6-for-25 (.240) in eight games this season with three walks to four strikeouts.
- Gerelmi Maldonado started the game, allowing two runs in 1.2 innings on five hits, striking out three.
DSL: DSL Mariners 10, DSL Giants Black 2
DSL Giants Black Notes:
- Center fielder Luis Frias went 1-for-3, collecting one of the team’s three hits. On the season, he’s 7-for-21 with two doubles, and four walks to three strikeouts.
- Third baseman Jean Carlos Sio also went 1-for-3. He’s 6-for-29 with a double and triple, with three walks and four strikeouts.
- Starter Fernando Estrella gave up four runs on four hits and a walk in 2.0 innings of work. Over two starts, he has three strikeouts to three walks in 6.0 innings.
DSL: DSL Giants Orange 5, DSL Twins 2
DSL Giants Orange Notes:
- Starting pitcher Cesar Perdomo’s strong start in the DSL continued, with 5.0 scoreless innings, giving up four hits and seven strikeouts. The 20-year old has 13 strikeouts to one walk in 9.0 innings this season, with six hits allowed.
- Left fielder Juanel Urena went 1-for-1 with two walks, and also picked up two outfield assists at third base in this game. Urena’s hit was his first of the season, though in just his second game. He’s 1-for-4 with three walks to one strikeout.
- Second baseman Jhosward Camacho went 1-for-3 with a double and a walk. It was Camacho’s first extra-base hit, as he’s gone 5-for-26 (.192) with five walks to four strikeouts.