AAA: Sacramento 7, Reno 4


Sacramento Notes:

  • Jaylin Davis has been back in Sacramento for five games, and got his first home run since his return.  Davis has struggled to have his regular playing time, with 19 games total in Sacramento and five in San Francisco.
  • Jason Krizan hit a home run for the 3rd consecutive game, giving him nine home runs on the season.  Krizan is batting .322/.380/.498 on the season in Sacramento.
  • Joey Bart finished off July with a 2-hit game, batting .311/,371/.539 on the season.
  • Continuing his rehab, Tommy La Stella had a 3-hit game, and is now batting .286 with a .444 OBP in his seven games since this rehab stint began.
  • Also on rehab, Sam Wolff worked an opening shift, striking out two in his inning of work.  On the entire season, he has struck out 16 and walked one in 11.1 innings.
  • Kervin Castro gave up a run in three innings, from the first home run he’s given up since May 14th, his fourth appearance of the season.

AA: Bowie 5, Richmond 3


Richmond Notes:

  • Will Wilson broke a 3-game hitless streak with his third home run at Double-A.  At Double-A, in 21 games, Wilson has a .186/.271/.326 batting line with three doubles and three home runs.
  • Vince Fernandez was 3-for-3, his third multi-hit game over his last five games. He’ll finish July with a .329/.419/.644 batting line.
  • Bryan Torres extended his hitting streak to 10 games, and has had multiple hits in five of those games.  His batting average has risen from .237 to .305 through that hitting streak.
  • Aaron Blair’s second start with the Squirrels went much better than his first, with three scoreless innings.  He’d allowed three runs in two innings in his Richmond debut.

High-A: Eugene 10, Everett 9


Eugene Notes:

  • Franklin Labour had his best slugging game of his season, with two doubles and a home run, his second straight game with a home run.  Labour has five doubles, a triple, and four home runs in the month of July, batting .308/.460/.551.
  • Sean Roby picked up his 9th home run of the season.  Roby hit .198 in July, but had just one multi-hit game.
  • Tyler Flores finished July by hitting his second home run of the month, giving him three on the season.
  • Brett Auerbach had just two home runs in San Jose the first two months of the season,  but has eight home runs in Eugene, all in the month of July.
  • Aaron Phillips had his first game giving up two home runs in a single start, and he ends July with six starts and a 7.71 ERA.

Low-A: San Jose 8, Inland Empire 3


San Jose Notes:

  • Marco Luciano hit his third triple of the season.  In 67 games, Luciano has 14 doubles, three triples, and 17 home runs.
  • Jimmy Glowenke hit his 17th double of the season, finishing July with a .337/.452/.611 batting line in July, with 11 doubles and five home runs.
  • Casey Schmitt also finished a hot July with a double, his 12th, and a 3-hit game.  He hit .295/.380/.386 with eight doubles in the month, but no home runs.
  • Luis Matos finished July with a 2-hit game.  He hit .337/.358/.545 on the month, slowly inching up his numbers even higher.  Matos struck out just 15 times in 101 at-bats, but also walked just four times.  In 283 at-bats this season, he’s struck out 40 times, and walked just 16 times.
  • Prelander Berroa had his first start with double-digit strikeouts.  He now has 90 strikeouts to 29 walks in 63.1 innings

ACL: ACL Athletics 5, ACL Giants Black 3


ACL Giants Black Notes:

  • Yorlis Rodriguez got his second home run of the season, and first since July 13th.  Rodriguez is batting .300/.351/.471 over the summer in the ACL.
  • Jacob Gonzalez hit his third home run in the ACL, in his 13th game at the level.  Gonzalez had just one home run in 27 games at Eugene to start the season.
  • Esmerlin Vinicio had his shortest appearance of the season, going just three innings and giving up his first home run of the season in 25.1 innings.

ACL: ACL Rockies 10, ACL Giants Orange 7


ACL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Grant McCray had a big game, going 3-for-3 with his first triple of the season.  McCray is 7-for-22 (.292), with a double and triple.
  • Anthony Rodriguez hit his first home run of the summer, and it was memorable, as it was a grand slam.
  • Sonny Vargas had his worst start, giving up a season-high seven runs in just one inning, his shortest start of the season.  His ERA jumped from 6.27 to 9.15.

DSL: DSL Giants Black vs. DSL Cubs Cancelled

DSL: DSL Colorado 1, DSL Giants Orange 0 (8 Innings)


DSL Giants Orange Notes:

  • The Giants Orange were no-hit, and yet, forced extras (scheduled for 7 innings).  Only the 5th inning, which saw Freddy Tremaria reach on an error, followed by a Saul Bautista walk, kept it from being a perfect game.
  • Rolfi Jiminez had another excellent start, giving up just three hits in five inning, and no walks.  His only struggle was strikeouts, with just two.  In 15.0 across three starts, he’s struck out 11, but walked three.
  • Carlos Lopez got a truly hard luck loss, giving up the game’s only run, an unearned run from the runner placed on second.  The runner went to third on a bunt, and came in on a wild pitch.  However, Lopez has nine strikeouts and no walks allowed in 5.0 innings in four games this season.