AAA: Sacramento 3, El Paso 2 (10 Innings)


Sacramento Notes:

  • Isan Díaz knocked out his 14th home run on a 2-for-4 day.  It’s Díaz’s second home run in three days, and eighth in the month of June.  He raised his Sacramento batting average to .232 (29-for-125).
  • LaMonte Wade Jr played nearly the entire game in his seventh game of this rehab stint, getting lifted for a pinch runner only in the 10th inning.  Wade went 2-for-4 with an intentional walk in the 10th.
  • Yermin Mercedes played catcher for the first time this season, but did not last there, moving to first base after the fourth inning, while going 1-for-4.  In four games at Sacramento, Mercedes has gone 4-for-16 with two walks to four strikeouts.
  • Jhonny Pereda came in to play catcher for the fifth inning, and went 2-for-2 with a walk, including the game-winning single in the 10th inning.  In 31 games this season, Pereda is hitting .280/.354/.400 with six doubles and two home runs.
  • Taylor Williams got the start, his first start of the season after working exclusive in the Sacramento bullpen all season.  Williams went 2.0 scoreless innings, striking out three while allowing a walk and a hit.  While Williams has struggled this season to a 5.79 ERA, this is the third time in the last five games he’s gone two scoreless innings.  
  • Williams was a late choice to start.  Norwith Gudino was originally announced as the starter, but came into the game in the third inning.  Gudino gave up two runs in 3.0 innings, giving up a hit, walking two, and striking out four.
  • Joey Marciano woked a scoreless 10th inning, allowing a hit and walk but striking out two.  Marciano hasn’t allowed a run since June 1st, nine games ago, and lowered his ERA to 2.05.

AA: Portland 2, Richmond 1


Richmond Notes:

  • Michael Gigliotti went 1-for-3 with a walk and the only Squirrels extra-base hit with a double, his third.  Gigliotti has a five-game hitting streak, all with just a single hit, going 5-for-18 with a double, a home run, three walks and five strikeouts.
  • Brett Auerbach went 1-for-2 with two walks in a strong on-base game.  Through 51 games, Auerbach now has 31 walks to 69 strikeouts, and has a .208 batting average to a .324 on-base percentage.
  • Starter Bryan Brickhouse reached a season-high 11 strikeouts over 6.0 innings, giving up two hits on four hits and three walks.  Brickhouse now has 72 strikeouts to 25 walks in 68.0 innings this season.
  • R.J. Dabovich had another scoreless outing, striking out two without any baserunners.  In the month of June, Dabovich has allowed just one run on four hits and no walks in 8.1 innings, with 14 strikeouts.

High-A: Tri-City 8, Eugene 6


Eugene Notes:

  • Casey Schmitt went 3-for-4 on the day, including his 12th home run of the season.   Through 62 games, Schmitt has nine doubles, a triple, and 12 home runs.  He is two games away from matching how many games he played in an injury-shortened 2021 season.
  • Patrick Bailey was 1-for-3 with his sixth home run of the season.  It’s Bailey’s second game since returning from a brief injured list stint, and his first home run since May 29th
  • The other Eugene home run came off the bat of Luis Toribio, who hit his ninth home run on a 1-for-3 day with a walk.  It’s Toribio’s first home run since June 16th, but he has seven home runs in total in the month of June.
  • Vaun Brown made his High-A Debut, going 2-for-4 with a double.  In 59 games at San Jose, Brown had 14 doubles, five triples, and 14 home runs.
  • Randy Rodriguez had his shortest start since April, going just 2.0 innings, allowing one run on two hits and two walks, with just one strikeout.
  • Ty Weber took the lion’s share of the innings, with 4.0 scoreless innings.  He gave up just one hit, while striking out five.  Weber now has 36 strikeouts to nine walks in 41.0 innings.

Low-A: San Jose 9, Stockton 3


San Jose Notes:

  • Another day, another huge game from Grant McCray.  He went 4-for-6 with his 10th home run and three doubles, giving him 15 on the season.  Through 59 games, McCray is now batting .301/.380/.538 on the season.
  • Carter Williams also continues to hit well at San Jose, going 3-for-5 with his third home run and two doubles, giving him five on the season.  Over ten games at San Jose, he’s batting .500/.604/.912 with ten walks to ten strikeouts.
  • Alexander Suarez also had a 3-hit game, going 3-for-5 with his eighth home run of the season.  Suarez has gone 7-for-11 with the home run over his last two games, which has boosted his batting average from .200 to .232.
  • Riley Mahan had the team’s other home run and 3-hit game, going 3-for-5 with his sixth home run of the year.  Mahan has his three home runs over his last four games, during which he’s gone 7-for-19 (.368) with the three home runs, and two walks to five strikeouts.
  • Landen Roupp was the starting pitcher, going six scoreless innings and striking out seven, while allowing two hits, a walk and a HBP.  It’s Roupp’s longest outing of the season.  He now has 69 strikeouts to 17 walks in 48.2 innings this season.

ACL: ACL Giants Black 3, ACL Giants Orange 2


ACL Giants Black Notes:

  • Third baseman Elian Rayo went 3-for-3 with his second double of the season.  The game raised Rayo’s batting numbers to .250 (11-for-44) with two doubles, a triple, and a home run.
  • Right fielder Jared Dupere went 1-for-3 with his third double of the season.  Duper is 7-for-40 (.175) on the season.
  • Starting pitcher Nomar Medina allowed two runs in 5.0 innings, on two hits and two walks with four strikeouts.

ACL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Kwan Adkins picked up the Orange team’s only extra-base hit with hiss first double while going 1-for-4.  Adkins has gone 11-for-52 this season (.212) wiht a double, a triple and two home runs.
  • Melvin Adon made the start, his second appearances of the season, allowing a run on one hit and one walk in an inning, while striking out the side.  He’s got six strikeouts to two walks in 3.0 innings.
  • Solomon Bates also made his second rehab appearance, striking out four in 2.0 innings without allowing a baserunner.  Bates hasn’t allowed any baserunners in 3.0 innings on his stint, with five strikeouts.

DSL: DSL Colorado 8, DSL Giants Black 6


DSL Giants Black Notes:

  • Designated Hitter Javier Castillo hit his first home run of the summer, going 2-for-3 with a walk.  Through 11 games this season, Castillo is 8-for-32 with a double, a triple and a home run, and has seven walks to five strikeouts.
  • Third baseman Wueslly Lespe went 1-for-3 with his first triple of the season.  It’s just Lespe’s third hit of the season in 29 at-bats (.103), but he has a double and a triple in those three hits.
  • Starter Ricardo Estrada went 4.0 innings, allowing two runs on four hits and two walks, with just one strikeout.  Through 13.2 innings, he has struck out seven to six walks.

DSL: DSL Giants Orange 3, DSL Nationals 2


DSL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Second baseman Jose Alifonso was 1-for-2 with his first triple of the season, though for just his second hit of the season.  Through ten games, Alifonso has gone 2-for-23 (.087), with 10 walks to nine strikeouts.
  • Left fielder Oswaldo Ladera was 1-for-4 with his fifth double.  Ladera has a 5-game hitting streak, going 6-for-17 (.353) with four of his doubles.
  • Starting pitcher Jorge Martinez gave up two runs on four hits and two walks, with five strikeouts.  Martinez has 20 strikeouts to nine walks in 15.1 innings.
  • Reliever Ken Salas struck out the side, while allowing a pair of hits.  Through 5.1 innings, he has eight strikeouts to one walk.