AAA: Round Rock 5, Sacramento 1


Sacramento Notes:

  • Jason Krizan was one of three Cats with multiple hits.  He’s 5-for-14 over his last three games, with three doubles.
  • Peter Maris’ double was the only extra-base hit of the game for Sacramento.  He’s got five doubles to five home runs in 98 at-bats at Triple-A.
  • Matt Frisbee had his third straight game allowing at least five runs.  Over those three games, he’s allowed eight home runs, and has allowed 14 in 39.0 innings at Triple-A.

AA: Somerset 6, Richmond 5 (10 Innings)


Richmond Notes:

  • With his home run, Ramos has now had an extra-base hit in eight straight games, with four doubles and four home runs.
  • Caleb Kilian had a rather pedestrian start, after his 7-inning shutout against Bowie.  It was his second straight start with less strikeouts than innings, though he missed that by two outs.
  • Simon Whiteman had his first game with multiple extra-base hits on the season, with two doubles.  For Double-A, Whiteman is batting .229/.302/.333.
  • With his double, David Villar now has as many of those (11) as he does home runs (11).
  • Ruotolo struck out the side in his inning of work, nudging his ERA down a little further to 2.70.

High-A: Spokane 14, Eugene 11


Eugene Notes:

  • Heath Quinn has his third game with multiple hits, and has four home runs over that span.  He’s batting .361/.425/.778 after 11 games in Eugene.
  • Kai-Wei Teng’s ERA continues to crept up, as the four runs bumped it from 5.85 to 6.09 after this 4-run start.
  • Carter Aldrete hit a grand slam for his third home run in four games, which gives him four on the season.
  • Ismael Munguia hit his first home run since June 23rd, a span of 16 games.  Despite the one home run, he’s 16-for-49 (.327) in the month of July.
  • Tyler Fitzgerald’s home run was his second in as many days.  He’s now got nine of the season.

Low-A: San Jose 10, Modesto 3


San Jose Notes:

  • A day after his 3-hit game, Marco Luciano picked up two more, including his 15th home run of the season.  He also picked up two more walks, and has four straight games with one.  On the season, he has 54 strikeouts in 253 PA (21.3%), and 32 walks (12.6%).
  • After having two hitless games in a row for the first time in his season, Carter Williams bounced back with a 2-hit night and his 6th double.  In 16 games, he’s batting .260 with six doubles, a triple, and four home runs, but also has 19 strikeouts to just 3 walks.
  • Ryan Murphy now has three straight games with double-digit strikeouts, even though he only went five innings.  He now has 93 strikeouts to 16 walks in 63.0 innings.
  • Alexander Canario had his second straight game with a double.  Over his last four games, he is 6-for-17 (.353) with two doubles, a triple, and a home run.
  • Luis Toribio is having a bit of a wakeup in July, with his fourth multi-hit day of the month, and third double.  He’s 11-for-35 with the three doubles, raising his batting average from .222 to .234.
  • Luis Matos had his second straight multi-hit day, and picked up a stolen base, giving him 16 steals in 19 attempts on the season.  It’s just his second steal of July, after ten in June.
  • Ivan Armstrong had his first multi-inning appearance in July, after 11 of his first 13 appearances went more than a single inning.  He dipped his WHIP to under 1 (0.99) for the first time since June 17th, when he walked three.  He has yet to walk any batters in July (4.2 IP), but has four strikeouts, three of which came in this game.

ACL: ACL Giants Black 6, ACL Padres 5


ACL Giants Black Notes:

  • Rayner Santana hit his first home run in the ACL, 10 games into his season.  He’s cooled off, just 3-for-21 over his last six games, but is batting .286 with a .457 SLG on the season.
  • Luis Alexander Basabe had the best game of his rehab stint, going 3-for-4 with his third double in the ACL.
  • Jacob Gonzalex had his second 2-hit day in a row, in his sixth game down in the ACL.  He’s batting .368 at the level, with today’s double and two home runs.
  • Starting pitcher Freddery Paulino had his second straight start allowing three runs on six hits, but he dropped his walks in this start from four to one.
  • Shortstop Diego Velasquez is getting underway in the ACL, getting into his second game with two hits.  He’s 3-for-7 with a walk and no strikeouts in his first two games.
  • Alexander Suarez had his second 3-hit games in the ACL, pushing his batting average back up to .289.

ACL: ACL Giants Orange 5, ACL Royals Blue 4


ACL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Kwan Adkins hit his third home run in the 10th game of his ACL season, and also added his second stolen base of the season.  HIs 2-for-2 day (with a walk) breaks a 3-game hitless streak for him.
  • Garrett Frechette now has three straight games with a double in the ACL, and has four total in six games at the level.  He’s batting .353 in the ACL with just a .333 OBP, since he has yet to take a walk there.
  • Aeverson Arteaga had a relatively quiet day, going just 1-for-3 with his fifth double of the season.
  • Trevor McDonald had the shortest start of his young season, going just 2.0 innings, and walking five.  He’d walked six in his 13.0 innings before this game.
  • Reliever Evan Lumbert has yet to give up an earned run across four appearances (7.0 IP).  But this was his first multi-walk game, and now has five walks to six strikeouts this season.

DSL: DSL Giants Black 10, DSL Tigers 3 (7 Innings)


DSL Giants Black Notes:

  • 18-year old Elian Rayo got his first hit of the DSL season, and it was a home run!  He’s also drawn three walks so far, and struck out just once.
  • Javier Francisco picked up a triple, giving him one of each type of hit (single, double, triple and home run) as he’s 4-for-7 after three games.  He also has three walks and has yet to strike out.
  • Mauricio Pierre had his second straight 2-hit game with a double.

DSL: DSL Pirates Gold 7, DSL Giants Orange 5


DSL Giants Orange Notes:

  • 17-year old Jhosward Camacho didn’t get a hit or a walk, but he got two steals, including a steal of home.  Six Pirates errors, including one in Camacho’s first plate appearance, helped the Giants immensely.
  • Derwin Laya was 1-for-3, and picked up his second double in as many games.  He’s also walked four times in three games without striking out yet.
  • Cristofer Valenzuela did not give up a hit in his first start, but did hit two batters and walk three in 3.2 innings.