AAA: Sacramento 9, Reno 7


Sacramento Notes:

  • Isan Díaz went 3-for-4 with his fifth double of the season and his third stolen base, plus a walk.  It’s the second 3-hit game for Díaz this season, and raised his Sacramento batting average to .248 from .232.
  • Jason Krizan collected three hits, two of them doubles to give him 11 in Triple-A this season.  It was Krizan’s first game since June 12th, as he’s been out for undisclosed reasons.  This was Krizan’s third 3-hit game this season, all of them occurring in June.
  • Heliot Ramos joined in on the 3-hit parade, going 3-for-5.  It’s his third 3-hit game of the season, and his fourth multi-hit game in the last nine games, though he’s gone hitless in the other five.
  • Joey Bart went 2-for-five, but did strike out twice.  Since his return to Sacramento, Bart is 6-for-16 (.375) with two walks to four strikeouts, and no extra-base hits yet.
  • Starter Enmanuel De Jesus gave up three runs on six hits and two walks, and didn’t strike out anyone, on a day where six River Cats pitchers combined for just two strikeouts.  It’s Enmanuel’s first game without a strikeout this season, and leaves him at 74 in 64.0 innings, to 32 walks.
  • Zack Littell made his first Triple-A appearance of the year after being optioned over the weekend, walking one in a scoreless inning.  Littell made only two Triple-A appearances in 2021, but had a 4.97 ERA this season after having a 2.92 ERA in 2021.

AA: Bowie 9, Richmond 3


Richmond Notes:

  • Diego Rincones led the Squirrels by going 4-for-4.  It’s the first time for Rincones hitting the 4-hit level on the season, and he raised his batting average from .225 to .243.  He’s 22-for-58 on the month (.379).
  • Ricardo Genovés picked up his first home run in Double-A while going 1-for-4.  Genovés had three home runs in Triple-A in 38 games there, and it took him eight games to hit his first in Double-A.
  • Shane Matheny went 2-for-4 with his eighth home run of the season.  Matheny is two home runs short of his career-high of ten, which he reached in 2019 between Low-A and High-A.
  • Starter Jake Dahlberg struggled, giving up a season-high eight runs, seven earned, on eight hits and two walks in 5.1 innings, among them a season-high three home runs.  Dahlberg had 66 strikeouts to 15 walks in 65.0 innings.
  • Reliever Clay Helvey made his Double-A debut, striking out two while hitting a batter and walking one in 0.2 innings.  Helvey had a 3.12 ERA in 31 appearances with 40 strikeouts to 12 walks in 26.0 innings.

High-A: Eugene 5, Everett 1


Eugene Notes:

  • Vaun Brown was the only Emeralds hitter with multiple hits, going 3-for-4 with his first home run at High-A and a steal.  Through three games, Brown is 6-for-11 (.545) with one double and one home run, plus three steals and two walks to one strikeout.
  • Hunter Bishop picked up his 10th home run of the season while going 1-for-4.  It’s Bishop’s third home run in the last six games, and he has six in June alone.
  • Luis Toribio also picked up his 10th home run while going 1-for-3, a line shot that hit the right field foul pole.  Toribio has really picked up things in June, with eight of his ten home runs coming this month.
  • Patrick Bailey was 1-for-3 with his seventh home run of the season.  It’s his second home run in his last three games.  Bailey is batting .207/.323/.393 on the season with the seven home runs and five doubles.
  • Mason Black had another strong game, his second straight start allowing one run in 6.0 innings, and allowed just three hits and a walk while striking out five.  The one run came on a home run.  Black has allowed six home runs over his last four games (22.2 IP).
  • Evan Gates made his High-A debut, striking out the side while allowing a hit and a walk.  Gates has a 0.76 ERA in 16 games at San Jose, striking out 28 with six walks in 23.2 innings.

Low-A: Modesto 11, San Jose 2


San Jose Notes:

  • Garrett Frechette had a perfect on-base day, going 2-for-2 with two walks, with his ninth double.  Frechette has a 10-game hitting streak, with five straight multi-hit games.  On the streak, he’s gone 19-for-42 (.452) with five doubles and one home run, and has raised his batting average from .263 to .303 with the streak.
  • Victor Bericoto went 1-for-4 with his 12th double of the season.  It’s Bericoto’s second double in his last three games.  Overall, he’s batting .265/.353/.413 with 12 doubles and seven home runs.
  • Manuel Mercedes made his first start of the season and struggled.  He allowed nine runs, four earned, on six hits, three walks, and two HBP.  Mercedes also made a pair of errors.  The hits and runs were season-highs, though his innings were not.  

ACL: ACL Giants Black 1, ACL Athletics 0


ACL Giants Black Notes:

  • Starter Roberto Monegro had a breakout-quality start, striking out ten over 5.0 shutout innings, allowing just four hits and a walk.  Mongegro has a 2.93 ERA in 15.1 innings this season, with 17 strikeouts to three walks, and 15 hits allowed.
  • Catcher Onil Perez was 2-for-3 with his fourth double of the season.  It’s his second game in a row with a double, and his third multi-hit game of the season.
  • Right fielder Jared Dupere also went 2-for-3 with a double, also his fourth.  Stop me if you’ve heard this one, but it was his second game in a row with a double, although it’s just his second multi-hit game of the season.
  • Left fielder Harrison Freed went 1-for-2 with his third double, and a sacrifice fly.  In 12 games in the ACL, he’s 10-for-31 (.323) with three doubles, and two walks to ten strikeouts.

ACL: ACL Mariners 3, ACL Giants Orange 1


ACL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Shortstop Diego Velasquez went 1-for-2 with a walk, and was the only Giant to get on base twice.  On the season, Velasquez has gone just 9-for-56 (.161) with five walks to 12 strikeouts.
  • Adrian Sugastey made his first ACL appearance of the year as he rehabs, going 1-for-3 with a double.  Sugastey was batting .240/.325/.360 in 38 games at San Jose before his injury.
  • Starter Freddery Paulino gave up two runs on six hits over 4.0 innings, while striking out two.  The two runs are a season-low for Paulino this season, and it’s the first start in which he did not walk anyone.

DSL: DSL Nationals 3, DSL Giants Black 0


DSL Giants Black Notes:

  • First baseman Guillermo Williamson went 1-for-2 with a walk, the only Giants to get on base twice in the game.  Williamson is on a 5-game hitting streak, having gone 7-for-14 (.500) with three doubles and a home run in the span.
  • Left fielder Eliam Sandoval went 1-for-3.  Across ten games this season, he’s 8-for-35 (.229) with two doubles and two home runs.
  • Reliever Leandro Castillo got the lion’s share of the innings, giving up one run in 2.2 innings, allowing two hits and two walks with three strikeouts.  In 9.0 innings over five appearances, he’s struck out nine and walked six.

DSL: DSL Giants Orange 8, DSL NYY Yankees 7


DSL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Left fielder Oswaldo Ladera went 3-for-5 with his first home run of the season and stealing his fifth base.  Ladera has a 7-game hitting streak going, with four doubles and a home run while hitting 10-for-25 (.400).
  • Catcher Juan Perez went 1-for-5 while also hitting his first home run of the season.  Perez has gone 5-for-12 (.417) over his last three games, with the one home run.
  • First baseman Brayan Ferrer went 1-for-3 with a walk and his first double.  Ferrer has played in just seven games this season, going 4-for-19 (.211) with the double as his only extra base hit.
  • Ismael Mota started the game, allowing three runs in 4.0 innings on four hits and two walks, and striking out six.  It was the most runs Mota has allowed in a game this season, and the six strikeouts tied a season high.  In 15.0 innings, he has 15 strikeouts to 11 walks.