AAA: Sacramento 7, Tacoma 1
- David Villar hit his 17th home run as part of a first inning rally to lead to this win. Villar was 2-for-5 on the day. It was Villar’s first home run since missing a week at the start of June, with his last home run coming on May 31st.
- Heliot Ramos was 2-for-5 with his sixth double of the year. It’s Ramos’ first straight game going 2-for-5 with a double, and his third multi-hit game in his last four. His Triple-A batting average has nudged up from .212 to .223 over the short run.
- Norwith Gudino took the start, and allowed just one hit in two scoreless innings with four strikeouts. It was Gudino’s first start of the season, and a strong bounceback from his last appearance a week ago, when he gave up five runs without getting an out.
- Yunior Marte struck out the side without allowing a baserunner. On the season in Triple-A, Marte has 24 strikeouts to six walks in 16.2 innings.
AA: Richmond 5, Harrisburg 1
- Diego Rincones’ June re-emergence continues, going 2-for-3 with his second home run of the season and a sacrifice fly. In June, Rincones had gone 14-for-38 (.368) with three doubles and two home runs, but also just one walk to four strikeouts.
- Sean Roby picked up his fourth double while going 1-for-4 with three strikeouts. The hit was Roby’s first double in June so far, though he does have four home runs. But he also has 23 strikeouts in 45 at-bats, with a .156 batting average in the month.
- Matt Frisbee had a strong start, allowing just a run in 7.2 innings with five hits and a walk, while striking out four. It’s Frisbee’s longest outing of the season, and the least amount of runs he’s allowed in in the last four games.
- Gray Fenter struck out three in 1.1 innings, around which he allowed two walks. Fenter has been working exclusively as a reliever since the start of June, and has been unscored upon in those six relief appearances.
Game 1: Vancouver 2, Eugene 0
Game 2: Eugene 6, Vancouver 0
- Luis Matos was just 1-for-6 with a walk across the two games, but the hit was his first High-A home run of the year. The game is Matos’ 28th in High-A, and he just has the home run and two doubles, although he did pick up a double and a home run in his rehab in the ACL.
- Max Wright made his High-A debut, going 1-for-3 in Game 2 with a home run, just the second overall in the season. Wright had hit .197/.413/.316 in 29 games at San Jose, but also had a game in Triple-A, where he went 1-for-1.
- Simon Whiteman went 2-for-3 with three walks and three stolen bases. Since returning to High-A, Whiteman has gone just 5-for-29 with five walks, and has six steals in six attempts, more than he had in Double-A (five).
- Carter Aldrete was 3-for-7 over the two games. Aldrete now has a 7-game hitting streak, going 14-for-28 (.500) with a double and a home run over it.
- Ghordy Santos went 2-for-7 with a walk between the two games. On the season, Santos now has a batting line of .280/.335/.435 over 53 games in High-A.
- Mason Black had a solid game while starting Game 1, giving up a pair of runs on five hits (two of which were home runs), a walk and a hit batter, while walking seven. Black has a 3.86 ERA over four games at High-A, with 24 strikeouts to eight walks in 21.0 innings.
- Jake Wong had a very strong start in Game 2, going five scoreless innings, allowing just three hits and three walks with five strikeouts in 5.0 innings. It was Wong’s first start without allowing a run of any kind, and just second appearance overall doing that.
Low-A: San Jose 3, Fresno 1
San Jose Notes:
- Yorlis Rodriguez went 1-for-3 with his fifth home run of the season. Through 45 games this season, he’s got 11 doubles, one triple, and five home runs, just one home run short of how he hit in 2021 through 52 games.
- Hayden Cantrelle was 1-for-2 with a walk and his second triple in his four games with San Jose, as well as a steal (his second at SJ). The 23-year old is batting .357/.471/.714 in his four games in the California League.
- Victor Bericoto collected his 10th double of the season while going 1-for-4. It’s just Bericoto’s first double of the month, as he has gone just 9-for-46 (.196) with a double and home run in June.
- Esmerlin Vinicio struggled with his control in a start, going just one inning and allowing a run on one hit, three walks, a HBP, and a wild pitch, with a strikeout. Vinicio now has 21 strikeouts to 14 walks in 21.0 innings
ACL: ACL Giants Black 5, ACL D-backs Red 0
ACL Giants Black Notes:
- Shortstop Anthony Rodriguez went 1-for-4 with his third home run of the season. It’s taken Rodriguez just eight games to hit three home runs, and has three walks to 11 strikeouts.
- Catcher Onil Perez went 2-for-3 with his second double of the season. Perez is 8-for-25 (.320) with two doubles, two walks, and four strikeouts over seven games.
- Starter Joe Kemlage went 5.0 scoreless innings, allowing just four hits while striking out six. Through three games, the 23-year old has gone 12.0 scoreless innings with 19 strikeouts to one walk.
ACL: ACL Angels 9, ACL Giants Orange 7 (10 innings)
ACL Giants Orange Notes:
- Designated Hitter Jairo Pomares went 2-for-5 with his third home run in his stint in the ACL. Pomares is clearly overqualified for the level, having gone 7-for-12 with three home runs and two doubles since heading there for a week.
- Center Fielder Kwan Adkins hit his first home run of the year while going 1-for-4 with a walk. The 25-year old is 5-for-29 (.172) so far this season, with the home run being his only extra-base hit.
- Starter Freddery Paulino allowed three runs, two earned, in 5.0 innings on five hits and a walk with three strikeouts. Paulino’s allowed 12 runs, 11 earned, in 12.0 innings over three starts so far this year.
DSL: DSL Giants Black 6, DSL Twins 2
DSL Giants Black Notes:
- Right fielder Moises De La Rosa went 1-for-3 with his first triple. De La Rosa has gone 5-for-17 with a double and a triple, and has three walks and four strikeouts.
- Left fielder Eliam Sandoval went 1-for-4 with his second double of the year. He’s 6-for-28 (.214) with two walks and seven strikeouts early in the season.
- Starter Luis Bermudez gave up just one run in 4.0 innings on just two hits allowed, with two strikeouts. Over three games, he’s allowed just one run in 9.0 innings, with six strikeouts and no walks.
DSL: DSL Giants Orange 2, DSL Rockies 1
DSL Giants Orange Notes:
- Shortstop Jose Ramos went 1-for-3 with his second double of the season. Ramos has gone 5-for-15 (.333) through six games, with four walks and four strikeouts.
- Starter Jose Rojas allowed just one unearned run on four hits and a walk with two strikeouts. Through 6.1 innings, Rojas has just three strikeouts to three walks and eight hits allowed.
- Reliever Yonathan Ochoa struck out a pair while allowing two hits in one inning of work. Ochoa’s struck out four to two walks in 2.2 innings, with seven hits allowed.