AAA: Sacramento 5, Round Rock 1
- Jason Krizan’s power surge continued, with four home runs in his last seven games, as he went 2-for-5 with his sixth home run and 19th home run. Through 55 games, Krizan has 17 walks and 34 strikeouts, with a batting line of .294/.346/.505.
- Isan Díaz continues to just pound home runs for Sacramento, hitting his 18th on a 1-for-4 day. He has a batting line of .265/.358/.578 with 10 doubles, a triple, and 18 home runs since getting traded to the Giants organization.
- Catcher Andrew Knapp had his best game since joining Sacramento in the last three games, going 2-for-4 with a double. Knapp played 22 games with Seattle’s Triple-A affiliate in Tacoma before he was released, and he hit .198/.250/.432 with seven doubles and four home runs.
- Starter Tristan Beck had a great start, going 6.0 innings, allowing just an unearned run on three hits, with four strikeouts. It’s his first game without allowing any earned runs since June 19th. Though 70.1 innings this season at Triple-A, he has struck out 68 to 22 walks.
- Kervin Castro had two strikeouts in an inning of work, allowing just a hit. It was a bounceback for Castro, who had given up three earned runs in his last two appearances (2.0 innings). Castro has a 4.65 ERA this season.
AA: Postponed due to Weather
- This game will be made up as a doubleheader on Thursday.
High-A: Eugene 5, Hillsboro 4
- Luis Toribio collected his 15th home run, going 2-for-4. It’s his first home run since Toribio hit a home run in four straight games from July 13th through 16th. He still has a batting line of .214/.331/.457.
- Vaun Brown was 1-for-3 with his sixth double with Eugene, and a walk. Brown now has as many doubles as home runs at the level. His High-A batting line is .337/.415/.607 after 23 games. He also got an outfield assist on a great throw.
- Rob Emery led the team with a 3-for-4 day, with his second double in Eugene. Through eight games at High-A, Emery is batting .333/.448/.417. He hit .243/.368/.447 through 35 games at Double-A.
- Nick Swiney had a rough start, his shortest of the season, giving up four runs in 2.1 innings, but only one run was earned, with two errors behind him. He also walked a season-high five and committed a balk on the night. He now has 77 strikeouts to 34 walks in 62.0 innings.
- Ty Weber went 3.2 scoreless innings, allowing four hits and a walk, with three strikeouts. It was Weber’s longest outing in a month, since June 25th, and first scoreless game since returning from Richmond. He gave up four runs in 3.0 innings in his last appearance.
Low-A: San Jose 18, Rancho Cucamonga 4
San Jose Notes:
- Yorlis Rodriguez went 4-for-6 with his ninth home run and his 13th double. It’s Rodriguez’s first 4-hit game of the season, and bumps his batting line to .273/.313/.425 on the season. Rodriguez has gone 20-for-61 (.328) in the month of July.
- Grant McCray led the team with five hits, going 5-for-7 with his 15th home run of the season and his 26th steal. The five hits are his season-high, and McCray now has four steals in his last four games. His batting line increased to .285/.372/.516.
- Alexander Suarez went 2-for-4 with a walk and his ninth home run of the season. It’s Suarez’s first home run since June 25th. He’s having a strong July, batting .318 (14-for-44) with four doubles and the one home run.
- Aeverson Arteaga had the team’s other home run, going 1-for-4 with two walks and his ninth home run as well. Arteaga has now gone .272/.343/.431 on the season, with 24 doubles, two triples, and nine home runs.
- Starter Nick Sinacola went 4.0 innings, giving up two runs on four hits and three walks, with five strikeouts. Sinacola now has 85 strikeouts to 23 walks in 71.1 innings this season.
ACL: ACL Rockies 10, ACL Giants Black 1
ACL Giants Black Notes:
- Center fielder P.J. Hilson went 1-for-4, hitting his sixth home run of the season. It’s Hilson’s seventh straight game with a hit, and he’s hit three doubles, a triple, and two home runs over that stretch.
- Second baseman Dilan Rosario went 2-for-4 with his 4th double in Arizona. Rosario now has the four doubles and one home run in 21 games since the ACL season started.
- A concerning piece of news with rehabbing starter Carson Ragsdale, who faced one batter, striking him out, before suffering an injury and leaving the game. The gamefeed did not give any details of what happened. Ragsdale had appeared in five games including this one, going 5.2 innings, allowing no runs, and just three hits and three walks to nine strikeouts.
ACL: ACL Giants Orange 2, ACL D-backs Red 0
ACL Giants Orange Notes:
- Left fielder Donovan McIntyre went 2-for-2 with his third double of the season. McIntyre is batting .160/.292/.267 through 30 games in the ACL this season.
- Shortstop Diego Velasquez was 1-for-3 with his third double. Velasquez now has hits in six straight games, going 8-for-19 (.421) with two doubles and a triple.
- Starter Wei-Chieh Huang went 3.0 scoreless innings, allowing just two hits while striking out three. The rehabbing Huang hasn’t allowed a run in his four rehab appearances and the two hits were the first he’s allowed in the 7.2 innings he’s spent in the ACL this rehab stint.
DSL: DSL Angels 9, DSL Giants Black 1
DSL Giants Black Notes:
- Third baseman Jean Carlos Sio went 1-for-4 with his sixth double. Sio is batting .229/.312/.344 on the season, with six doubles, one triple, and one home run.
- Starting pitcher Fernando Estrella allowed five runs on seven hits through 4.2 innings, with four strikeouts. Estrella has a 13.50 ERA through eight games, with 17 strikeouts to 13 walks and 33 hits allowed in 20.2 innings.
DSL: DSL Giants Orange 9, DSL Nationals 3
DSL Giants Orange Notes:
- The team’s only home run came off the bat of second baseman Denny Riera, as he went 2-for-4. In 14 games this summer, Riera has gone 5-for-39 (.128) with a double and two home runs.
- Center fielder Estanlin Cassiani went 2-for-5 as he continues to hit well. Through 32 games, he’s batting .391/.443/.409.
- Starter Samir Chires gave up two runs, on earned, on four hits and three walks in 5.0 innings of work, with four strikeouts. Chires has a 2.30 ERA through 11 games, though only in three starts, with 24 strikeouts to eight walks in 27.1 innings.