As the All-Star Break continues, there was bigger news on the Draft.  But there were still some things going on in the Dominican Summer League, as starter Jose Bello continues to do well on the island!

AAA, AA, High-A, Low-A, & ACL: Scheduled Break

  • The All-Star Break continues.  The Arizona League will get back underway on Thursday, and the A-Ball levels will get back underway on Friday.
  • If you want something to read while the minor league teams are on Hiatus, check out my recaps of the draft.  Here is the recap for Day 1, for Day 2, and for all ten picks on Day 3!

DSL: DSL Giants Black 4, DSL Nationals 3


DSL Giants Black Notes:

  • DH Nehomar Caldera went 2-for-4 with a double.  That’s his third double of the season, and his only extra-base hits.  In 14 games, Caldera has a batting line of .204/.304/.265 with seven walks to 13 strikeouts.
  • Shortstop Keiberg Camacaro was 2-for-3 with a double and a walk.  That gives him three doubles to go with two triples and two home runs.  His batting line is .217/.343/.373.
  • Right fielder Carlos Concepcion got a pair of singles on a 2-for-4 day.  Concepcion’s got a batting line of .270/.340/.404 through 23 games, with three doubles and three home runs.
  • Starting pitcher Jose Bello had a good game, going 4.0 scoreless innings, giving up two hits and a walk while striking out three.  That’s two straight appearances for Bello without allowing a run, although his previous game was a relief appearance.  He has a 4.00 ERA with 21 strikeouts to five walks in 18.0 innings.
  • Reliever Melvin Javier went 2.2 scoreless innings, striking out four, giving up one hit and one walk.  Through 11 games, he has a 2.30 ERA with 13 strikeouts to seven walks in 15.2 innings.

DSL: DSL Pirates Black 2, DSL Giants Orange 1 (7 Innings)


DSL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Center fielder Miguel Blanco went 2-for-3 with a walk, and got caught stealing once.  That bumps up Blanco’s numbers to a .269/.367/.385 batting line, with seven walks to six strikeouts, and one each of a double, triple and home run.  He has two steals in three attempts.
  • Shortstop Dario Reynoso went 1-for-2 with a walk and a strikeout.  He now has 24 walks to 31 strikeouts.  He has a batting line of .282/.462/.462 with six doubles, one triple, and two home runs.
  • Starting pitcher Randry De Leon gave up two runs in 2.0 innings, on three hits and four walks, with four strikeouts.  Through six games, De Leon has a 9.00 ERA, with 20 strikeouts to 12 walks in 16.0 innings