AAA: Sacramento 17, Salt Lake 10
- Heliot Ramos led the way by going 3-for-6, with his seventh home run and ninth double, plus a walk and his third steal of the season. It’s Ramos’ first home run since June 10th, the last game before his most recent callup to the Majors. Ramos has a .223/.310/.345 batting line in 66 games this season.
- Rehabbing Luis Gonzalez went 2-for-3 with a walk as the DH, playing five innings until being lifted as a pinch-hitter in the sixth inning. Through two rehab games, Gonzalez has gone 3-for-6 with a home run, a walk, and a strikeout.
- Ka’ai Tom was 3-for-5 with his 13th double of the season. It’s his first 3-hit game since June 12th. Tom is batting .264 and has a .360 on-base percentage with 13 doubles and eight home runs.
- Bryce Johnson went 2-for-3 with three walks, and stole two more bases to get to 20 on the season. Johnson now has a .299 batting average and a .365 on-base percentage, and now also has 20 steals on 23 attempts this season.
- Taylor Williams was taking the third start of his season, giving up a season-high-tying five runs on six hits in just one inning of work. Williams has a 6.38 ERA on the season after this game.
- R.J. Dabovich picked up his first strikeouts at Triple-A in his third game. He did give up a hit, a walk, and a hit batter, while striking out two in a scoreless inning.
AA: Reading 5, Richmond 3
- Sean Roby went 2-for-4 with his 22nd home run and fifth double of the season, and also his 12th error. Since the start of July, Roby has gone 7-for-21 with a double and three home runs. Roby has a batting line of .224/.284/.520.
- Armani Smith went 1-for-3 with his sixth double of the season. It’s Smith’s first hit of the month, and his first extra base hit since hitting a double on June 16th. Since then, he’s gone just 4-for-46 (.087), and has a Double-A batting line of .221/.290/.319.
- Starter Kai-Wei Teng allowed three runs in 6.2 innings on three walks and six hits, two of which were home runs, plus a HBP. Teng did get five strikeouts in this start. On the year, he has 87 strikeouts to 43 walks in 80.0 innings this season.
High-A: Hillsboro 3, Eugene 1
- Luis Toribio was 2-for-4 with a double, Eugene’s only extra-base hit of the day. Toribio now has eight doubles, one triple, and ten home runs on the season.
- Rodolfo Bone led the team by going 3-for-4. In three games for Bone this July, he’s gone 6-for-13 with a double. He’s raised his season average from .123 to .170 over this span.
- Vaun Brown went 2-for-5 and stole three bases, giving him seven in Eugene. In 10 High-A games, Brown has a .359/.457/.564 with two doubles and two home runs, with seven steals on seven attempts. He had 23 steals in 26 attempts in San Jose before the promotion.
- Starter Nick Swiney only gave up one hit, but three walks and a HBP led to a pair of runs in 4.0 innings. He struck out four in the game. Over the last two starts, Swiney has struck out seven and walked seven in 7.0 innings.
- Randy Rodriguez’s return to relieving continued, as he struck out four in a walk in 2.0 innings. Rodriguez now has 65 strikeouts to 24 walks in 48.1 innings.
Low-A: Fresno 8, San Jose 1
San Jose Notes:
- Anyesber Sivira went 2-for-4 with his first double of the season, either at San Jose or in the ACL. Sivira had a .353/.421/.588 batting line with one triple and two home runs in 12 games at the ACL. He’s been in six games at San Jose, hitting .227/.393/.273.
- Carter Williams went 2-for-3 and got hit by a pitch as he continues to have a good run in San Jose. In 19 games at San Jose, Williams has a .433/.517/.746 batting line, after posting a .242/.269/.435 batting line in 19 games at Eugene.
- Trevor McDonald took the start, giving up just one earned run, four total, on nine hits and a walk, with four strikeouts. McDonald has 63 strikeouts to just 14 walks in 50.1 innings.
ACL: ACL Giants Black 11, ACL D-backs Black 1
ACL Giants Black Notes:
- Third baseman Elian Rayo went 2-for-3 with his third home run of the season. It’s his second home run in as many games. Rayo is batting .235/.381/.426 with two doubles, a triple, and three home runs.
- First baseman Jean Pena went 1-for-2 with two walks, hitting his second home run of the year. Pena’s first home run came back on June 30th.
- Second baseman Dilan Rosario went 1-for-2 with a walk, hitting his first home run in the ACL. Rosario played 45 games in San Jose, hitting .216 with two home runs. Over eight games in the ACL, he’s batting .083 (2-for-24) with the one home run.
- Shortstop Anthony Rodriguez went 1-for-3 with his fifth home run. That breaks his previous season-high in home runs, which he hit in the ACL last year, four in 53 games. It took him 21 games this season to get to five home runs.
- Left fielder PJ Hilson went 1-for-3 with a walk and his third home run. Over 21 games, Hilson is batting .194/.344/.403 with four doubles, one triple, and three home runs.
- Starter Jakob Junis made his first rehab start, going two scoreless innings with one hit allowed and two strikeouts. It’s his first game at any level since June 10th with San Francisco when he suffered a hamstring injury. He had a 2.63 ERA in nine games at San Francisco before the injury.
ACL: ACL Rockies 5, ACL Giants Orange 1
ACL Giants Orange Notes:
- Catcher Adrian Sugastey went 1-for-3 with a triple, his first in seven games at the ACL. Sugastey is batting .250/.304/.400 over seven games in the ACL, after batting .240/.325/.360 in San Jose over 38 games.
- Second baseman Jimmy Glowenke made his first rehab appearance, going 1-for-3. Glowenke had a batting line of .179/.262/.350 over 38 games in High-A Eugene, and hadn’t played in a game since June 5th.
- Starter Bryan Palencia gave up a pair of runs in 4.0 innings, allowing five hits and a walk, with three strikeouts. Palencia has a 3.00 ERA through six games, with 25 strikeouts to five walks in 21.0 innings
DSL: DSL Cardinals 18, DSL Giants Black 4
DSL Giants Black Notes:
- Second baseman Wueslly Lespe went 1-for-2 with two walks and Lespe’s first home run of the season. Lespe has gone 7-for-42 this season with a double, two triples, and a home run, with nine walks to 25 strikeouts.
- Center fielder Luis Frias went 2-for-3 with two walks, with a stolen base on two attempts. Frias is batting .250 (14-for-56) this season with 11 walks to 14 strikeouts.
- Shortstop Ramon Peralta was 2-for-3 with a walk. Peralta has only played in five games this season after missing nearly a month. In four games since his return, he’s 6-for-14 (.429) with a walk.
- Starter Fernando Estrella gave up two runs on three hits and three walks in 4.0 innings, with four strikeouts. Estrella has a 8.25 ERA through four starts, with four strikeouts to six walks in 12.0 innings.
DSL: DSL Tigers 2 & DSL Giants Orange Postponed
- No makeup date was listed.