AAA: Sacramento 12, Tacoma 1
- Steven Dugger hit his first home run of his rehab in his 13th game, and it was a grand slam, as well as his first double. He went 2-for-4 with a walk and a HBP. Duggar is batting .200/.265/.289 so far in his rehab.
- Ka’ai Tom was 1-for-4 with a walk and his seventh home run of the season. It’s Tom’s second game in a row with a home run, and gives him five of his seven in the month of June.
- Catcher Joey Bart made his return to games after taking a little more than two weeks off to retool things after his demotion from San Francisco. Bart went 2-for-4 with a walk, and no strikeouts, in his first game at Triple-A this season.
- David Villar went 1-for-5 with his 11th double of the year. Villar has hit just .225 (9-for-40) over ten games since returning, though he’s gone hitless in just two of those games, and even walked in those.
- Will Wilson had his second Triple-A double while going 2-for-4 with a HBP. So far with Sacramento through five games, he’s gone 5-for-18 with two doubles, a walk and seven strikeouts.
- LaMonte Wade Jr. made his second rehab start of this sting, going 1-for-2 with a walk. He’s 1-for-5 between the two games.
- Starter Tristan Beck had his best game since the moving up to Triple-A, going a season-high 7.0 innings and allowing a season-low-tying two hits and just one walk, though with just five strikeouts. Beck lowered his ERA from 8.65 to 7.19 with the game.
- Reliever Kervin Castro struck out two while allowing just one hit in a scoreless inning. Castro now has 21 strikeouts to 20 walks in 21.0 innings now.
AA: Richmond 6, Harrisburg 3
- Ricardo Genovés was the only Squirrel with multiple hits, going 2-for-4 with his first triple of the season, and his first extra-base hit in four games at Double-A. He’s 6-for-15 (.400) with a walk and five strikeouts with Richmond.
- Rob Emery had a 3-run home run on his 1-for-3 day with a walk. It was Emery’s fourth of the season in 33 games. Over the last four games, Emery has gone 5-for-10 with five walks and two strikeouts, with a double and a home run.
- Brett Auerbach went 1-for-4 with a double and a walk, his fifth of the season. This month, Auerbach has hit just 9-for-51 (.176) with three doubles.
- Bryan Brickhouse had the start for the Squirrels, going five scoreless innings, giving up just five hits and three walks while striking out five. It’s Brickhouse’s second start without allowing a run in the past three, and he’s lowered his ERA from 6.00 to 4.50 in that span.
High-A: Vancouver 6, Eugene 3
- Eugene’s lone extra-base hit was a Casey Schmitt home run, giving him 11 on the season. This was Schmitt’s second straight game going 2-for-5 with a home run. Schmitt is now batting .304/.382/.521 with 11 home runs, a triple, and seven doubles on the season.
- Max Wright got on base three times, going 2-for-3 with a walk. In two games at High-A, Wright is 3-for-6 with a walk and a home run.
- Carter Aldrete went 2-for-4 in the game, extending his hit streak to nine games. He’s hitting 18-for-37 (.486) with two doubles and a home run over the streak.
- Starter Randy Rodriguez gave up three runs in 4.0 innings, on five hits and two walks plus a HBP, though just one strikeout. The strikeout was a season-low for Rodriguez, as he’s allowed three runs in each of his last two starts. Rodriguez’s ERA is back up to 3.83 after these two start.
Low-A: San Jose 9, Fresno 6
San Jose Notes:
- Yorlis Rodriguez hit his sixth home run on a 3-for-4 day. It’s Rodriguez’s third 3-hit day on the season, but he’s just 10-for-45 (.222) on the month, and has no walks to four strikeouts in that span.
- Ronaldo Flores hit his second home run in his third game at San Jose. HIs two home runs so far have been his only hits at the level, going 2-for-11. He also sent 2-for-11 at High-A Eugene over five games, with one hit being a double.
- Grant McCray went 3-for-4 with a walk, and two steals on three attempts, giving him 19 on the season. McCray has gotten on base multiple times in each of his last four games, overall going 7-for-14 (.500) with five walks to four strikeouts, and four steals on five attempts.
- Landen Roupp made his first start of the season, going a career-high 5.2 innings and allowing two runs on six hits and two walks with just three strikeouts. Roupp has 62 strikeouts to 16 walks in 42.2 innings this season..