AAA: Sacramento 6, Reno 1


Sacramento Notes:

  • Jason Vosler had his biggest day of the season, going 3-for-5 with two home runs, giving him seven on the season.  The game pushed Vosler’s batting average back over .200 after five straight hitless games.
  • Bryce Johnson went 2-for-5 with his fourth home run of the year.  Johnson has two home runs in his last six games played, though he only started three of those games.  
  • Heliot Ramos hit his first triple of the season, going 1-for-4 with a walk.  Ramos is batting .222 on the year, with seven doubles, a triple, and six home runs.
  • Willie Calhoun had a 3-hit game, going 3-for-5, his second such game out of five with Sacramento.  Calhoun has gone 8-for-21 since joining Sacramento, with one double and one home run.
  • Starter Tristan Beck had a good game, allowing just one run in 5.0 innings, on four hits and a walk.  It was a good bounce-back for Beck, after he gave up six runs in his last start.
  • Reliever R.J. Dabovich made his Triple-A debut, walking one in a scoreless innings, but with no strikeouts.  Dabovich had a 2.70 ERA in 22 games at Richmond, with 38 strikeouts to six walks in 26.2 innings.

AA: Bowie 15, Richmond 5


Richmond Notes:

  • Ryan Murphy’s Double-A debut was pretty bad.  He allowed four runs before even getting an out in his first inning, and overall allowed nine runs on nine hits and five walks while striking out just four.  Murphy had a 2.90 ERA in seven games at Double-A before his promotion.
  • Brett Auerbach went 2-for-5 with his eighth home run of the season.  It was Auerbach’s first multi-hit day since June 7th, nudging his batting average back over the Mendoza line.  Auerbach finishes June with a .181 (15-for-83) batting average, though with four home runs and a triple.
  • Shane Matheny hit his ninth home run on a 2-for-5 day.  It’s Matheny’s second home run in as many games, and it put his batting average back up to .300.
  • Diego Rincones went 1-for-4 with his fifth home run.  Rincones finishes June with a .371 (23-for-62) batting average, with four doubles and five home runs.

High-A: Everett 4, Eugene 3


Eugene Notes:

  • Luis Matos had his best day in a while, hitting his second home run at High-A on a 1-for-2 day with two walks.  Matos’ only only home run in Eugene came back on June 17th, though he also had one in Arizona while rehabbing.  With the two walks, Matos now has six walks to 18 strikeouts in 81 at-bats in June at High-A.  He also had a nice diving catch in center.
  • Jairo Pomares went 1-for-4 with his ninth home run at High-A.  It was Pomares’ first Emeralds home run since June 12th, though he hit three in four games at the ACL right after that when Eugene was in Canada.  He couldn’t go due to a visa issue.
  • Starting pitcher Keaton Winn ran into some problems in his High-A debut, allowing three runs on four hits and two walks, including a 2-run first inning home run.  Winn had a 4.87 ERA as a mostly starter in San Jose across 13 games, with 55 strikeouts to 16 walks in 40.2 innings.

Low-A: San Jose 3, Modesto 1


San Jose Notes:

  • Carter Williams went just 1-for-3, but the one was his fifth home run in San Jose.  Across 14 games at Low-A, Williams is batting .479 (23-for-48) with six double and five home runs.
  • Aeverson Arteaga was 2-for-4 with his team-leading 21st double.  Arteaga has gone 77-for-274 this season with 21 doubles, two triples, and seven home runs, leading to a .281 batting average and a .449 slugging percentage.
  • Yorlis Rodriguez went 2-for-4 with his 12th double.  The double was Rodriguez’s first extra-base hit since hitting home runs in back-to-back games on June 17th-19th.
  • Seth Lonsway had the strong start for San Jose, with six shutout innings, allowing just one hit and three walks while striking out three.  It was just his third start in 15 appearances, and he now has a 3.21 ERA with 67 strikeouts to 32 walks in 56.0 innings.  
  • Jose Cruz struck out five in 2.0 innings, allowing a run on just one hit, a home run.  In the month of June, Cruz has struck out 17 while walking just three in 10.0 innings.

ACL: ACL Giants Black 8, ACL Dodgers 1


ACL Giants Black Notes:

  • Designated hitter Harrison Freed went 1-for-3 with a walk and his first home run of the summer.  Freed had eight home runs in 70 games at Low-A San Jose in 2021.
  • First baseman Jean Pena also picked up his first home run, going 1-for-4.  Pena is in his third season in Arizona, dating back to 2019, and so far is batting .160 (8-for-50) through 16 games.
  • Right fielder Jared Dupere picked up his second home run going 1-for-4.  He got his second home run in his 13th game of the year, but he matched his total from 2021, when he did it in 29 games in the ACL.
  • Starter Rolfi Jimenez went 5.0 innings, allowing just one run on five hits and no walks, with two strikeouts.  It was Jimenez’s first start of the year, and nearly doubled his previous season-high of 2.2 innings.
  • Reliever Willian Suarez faced the minimum through his 4.0 innings, as he struck out eight of the 12 batters he faced.  Suarez now has 25 strikeouts to two walks in 13.0 innings.

ACL: ACL Reds 8, ACL Giants Orange 7


ACL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Third baseman Derwin Laya led the team, going 3-for-4 with his first home run of the season.  Laya has gone just 9-for-51 (.176) on the season, and the home run is his first extra-base hit of any time.
  • Right fielder Tyler Forner went 2-for-4 with her fourth double and first triple of the season.  Forner has gone 14-for-51 (.275), but has 24 strikeouts to just four walks, a strikeout rate of 42.1%
  • Center fielder Kwan Adkins went 2-for-3 with his second triple and a HBP.  Through 17 games, he has two doubles, two triples, and two home runs.
  • Starting pitcher Mikell Manzano gave up six runs on ten hits in 3.2 innings, but did strike out seven.  It’s the first time in five starts this season that Manzano allowed more than two runs.
  • Melvin Adon made his third appearance this year as he works his way back, striking out one while not allowing any baserunners in an inning of work.

DSL Black: Suspended after 2 1/2 innings


DSL Giants Black Notes:

  • The game will be completed on July 20th

DSL Orange: Suspended after 1/2 inning


DSL Giants Orange Notes:

  • This game will be made up on July 5th
  • Notably, this game had the return of top international signee Ryan Reckley, who has not played since June 13th.