AAA: Albuquerque 5, Sacramento 2


Sacramento Notes:

  • Jason Vosler put up his ninth home run of the season while going 1-for-3 with a walk. Vosler has hits in his last seven games straight, going 9-for-27 (.333) with two doubles and two home runs in that stretch.
  • Jason Krizan led the Cats in hits, going 2-for-4 with his second triple of the season.  Krizan has been getting a lot of hits lately, getting hits in 10 of his last 11 games, going 16-for-41 (.390) with seven doubles and one triple in that run.
  • Heliot Ramos was 1-for-2 with a double, a walk, and a HBP, and was caught stealing for the fifth time this season.  Ramos has at least one hit in his last five games, going 7-for-22 (.318), with two doubles and a home run, but also three walks to seven strikeouts.
  • Starter Tristan Beck had a tough game, giving up five runs in 5.0 innings, though also striking out ten.  It’s the second time in the last four games that Beck has allowed at least five runs in a start, as his ERA slipped up to 7.13.
  • Reliever Joey Marciano struck out two without allowing a baserunner in the 9th inning.  In 36.0 innings this season, he’s got a 2.50 ERA with 40 strikeouts to 17 walks.

AA: Richmond 6, Altoona 4


Richmond Notes:

  • Shane Matheny had the only Richmond extra-base hit, going 1-for-4 with his eighth double.  Matheny’s had a slow July, going just 3-for-29 (.103) with two doubles over eight games this month.
  • Michael Gigliotti went 1-for-3 with a walk, and stole two bases to give him 21 on the season.  It’s the second time in the last five games that Gigliotti has had multiple steals in a game.  His season high is 36 in 46 attempts, which he had in 2019.
  • Kai-Wei Teng gave up two runs in 6.0 innings, on seven hits and two walks, while striking out seven. He’s got 94 strikeouts to 45 walks in 86.0 innings on the season.
  • Blake Rivera faced four batters and struck out three of them.  The three strikeouts were the first in Rivera’s last four games.  He has just 40 strikeouts to 20 walks in 42.0 innings.

High-A: Spokane 9, Eugene 0


Eugene Notes:

  • Vaun Brown had the best offense on a quiet offensive day, going 1-for-3 (and lowering his batting average) with a walk.  Brown now has a 6-game hitting streak, going 10-for-24 with two walks, but also with seven strikeouts.
  • Simon Whiteman went 1-for-3, while picking up his eighth steal in High-A.  Whiteman now has a .151/.298/.163 batting line at the level, with eight steals in as many attempts.
  • Starter Keaton Winn gave up a pair of runs in 4.0 innings, on seven hits, three HBP, a balk and a wild pitch.  So far in High-A, Winn has allowed 15 hits in 12.0 innings, for a .300 batting average allowed.
  • Randy Rodriguez faced seven batters in relief, and struck out six of them without a single baserunner.  Since shifting back to relief, Rodriguez has struck out 14 in 6.1 innings, allowing just one walk for his only baserunner.

Low-A: Visalia 5, San Jose 4 (10 Innings)


San Jose Notes:

  • Victor Bericoto went 3-for-4 with a walk, and his eighth home run of the season.  His batting line is up to .265/.346/.415 with 14 doubles and eight home runs.
  • Grant McCray added his 13th home run of the year on a 1-for-5 day.  McCray has three home runs over his last six games.  McCray now has 17 doubles, eight triples, and 13 home runs in 72 games.
  • Yorlis Rodriguez was 1-for-3 with a pair of walks.  In 60 games this season, Rodriguez has 55 strikeouts to just 12 walks, with a .262/.303/.406 batting line.
  • Esmerlin Vinicio took the start, giving up three runs on three hits and two walks with four strikeouts.  It was Vinicio’s second start of the year, and first since Mid-June.  Over his last seven games, he hasn’t allowed a run in 8.2 as a reliever, but has allowed four runs in 3.0 innings in his two starts.

ACL: ACL Giants Black 17, ACL Angels 6


ACL Giants Black Notes:

  • Center fielder P.J. Hilson hit for the cycle, going 4-for-5 with a walk and a HBP.  It was Hilson’s fifth double, third triple, and fourth home run of the season.  He’s batting .233/.374/.500 on the summer after this game, 25 games into the season.
  • Designated hitter Wyatt Mathisen had the team’s other home run, his second of his rehab in his third game.  He’s 3-for-8 with two home runs over three games.
  • Third baseman Elian Rayo was 2-for-5 with his third double and a walk.  In 25 games this season, Rayo has just three doubles, one triple, and three home runs.
  • Look who’s back!  Starter Carson Ragsdale made his first appearance of the year and started his rehab, striking out two in a single inning of work.  Ragsdale had 167 strikeouts to 45 walks in 113.2 innings at Low-A San Jose in 2021, and was among the strikeout leaders in all the minors.
  • Reliever Cristian Acosta allowed two runs, both unearned, on three hits while striking out four in 4.0 innings.  Acosta has allowed runs in all of his five games this season, but twice they’ve been only of the unearned variety.

ACL: ACL D-backs Black, ACL Giants Orange 1


ACL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Center fielder Cesar Quintas went 1-for-3 with a strikeout, one of the Giants only two hits of the game.  
  • Melvin Adon’s rehab continued with a scoreless outing, giving up just one hit.  Through six games in Arizona, Adon has a 3.86 ERA with 10 strikeouts to three walks in 7.0 innings.

DSL: DSL Colorado 2, DSL Giants Black 1


DSL Giants Black Notes:

  • Center fielder Fabio Villadiego got one of the team’s three hits, going 1-for-3 with his second double of the summer.  In 11 games, Villadiego has gone .258/.378/.323 with two doubles, and three walks to nine strikeouts.
  • Starter Johnny Grullon has allowed two runs, one earned, on six hits and a walk in 5.0 innings.  It was Grullon’s longest appearance of the season, the previous high being 4.1 innings that he’s reached twice.  He has 14 strikeouts to 20 walks in 21.0 innings.

DSL: DSL Giants Orange 2, DSL Rockies 1


DSL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Third baseman Yeison Lemos was 1-for-2 with his second home run of the summer.  Lemos’ first home run was back on June 13th.  He’s batting .155/.200/.250 on the year.
  • Right fielder Estanlin Cassiani was 2-for-3 with his first triple with his ninth steal, though he was also caught stealing once.  Cassiani has a batting line of .370/.434/.397 over 24 games this season.
  • Starter Ismael Mota struck out eight, with one run in 5.0 innings.  He allowed just three hits and two walks.  Through six games, Mota has a 1.88 ERA with 29 strikeouts to 15 walks in 24.0 innings this season.