AAA: Salt Lake 11, Sacramento 9


Sacramento Notes:

  • Jason Vosler continues to just hit with a ton of power since he came back to Sacramento, hitting his 5th home run in 11 games in August.  He has 12 home runs on the whole in Sacramento over 39 games.
  • Mauricio Dubón had his second 3-hit day of the month, his 6th in 35 games at Sacramento since being sent back to the level.  He’s got a .360/.439/.500 batting line with the Cats.
  • Matt Shoemaker’s 2nd start with Sacramento was a rough one.  He’s got a 11.57 ERA after allowing 12 runs in 9.1 innings so far.

AA: Postponed due to Rain

This game will be made up on Saturday in Bowie.

High-A: Hillsboro 7, Eugene 0


Eugene Notes:

  • Tyler Fitzgerald hit his 26th double of the season as he continued his hot August.  He’s 20-for-47 (.426) with seven doubles, a triple, and three home runs.
  • After hitting a home run and a double in his debut at the High-A plate, Kwan Adkins added another double.  In two games, he’s had as many doubles as he did in 26 games in the ACL this summer.
  • For the second time in three games, Jake Dahlberg allowed seven runs, giving up two home runs en route to that.  Dahlberg also gave up his second walk of the season in 18.0 innings, towards 25 strikeouts.

Low-A: Modesto 9, San Jose 7 (10 Innings)


San Jose Notes:

  • Luis Matos looks like he was more than just lucky on Friday the 13th.  He hit two home runs, giving him now 11 on the season.  After four straight multi-hit games, his batting line is up to .330/.366/.509.
  • Fabian Pena hit his second home run in Low-A, and fourth of the season overall.  He’s batting .216/.258/.398 overall on the season in a mostly backup role.
  • Jairo Pomares had his 7th game this season of three hits or more, out of 49 games this season.  He’s batting .361/.423/.675 on the season.
  • Ty Weber had his worst game by far this season, more than double the worst game he’d had in runs allowed with seven, and a season-high in hits with nine.  His ERA in San Jose jumped from 2.63 to 3.89 in this one game.

ACL: ACL Cubs 8, ACL Giants 0


ACL Giants Black Notes:

  • Ronaldo Flores picked up one of the team’s only two hits  He’s 5-for-12 over his last three games.
  • Rafael Martinez had his roughest game of the summer.  He gave up a season-high eight runs, boosting his ERA from 4.97 to 6.55.

ACL: ACL D-Backs 7, ACL Giants Orange 3


ACL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Vaun Brown continues his hot start, and he’s gotten on base at least once in each of his four games played so far.  He’s 5-for-10 with two walks and four strikeouts, and picked up his second steal.
  • Garrett Frechette was 1-for-2 with a double, his 9th double in the ACL, out of 29 hits.
  • Manuel Mercedes had a bit of a fallback after three straight games without an earned runs.  In 38.1 innings, he’s now got 41 strikeouts to 16 walks in 38.1 innings.

DSL: DSL Giants Black Doubleheader

Game 1: DSL Rangers2 6, DSL Giants Black 5


Game 2: DSL Giants Black 9, DSL Rangers2 0


DSL Giants Black Notes:

  • Yeison Lemos had a big day, hitting a home run on each end of the doubleheader, giving him three home runs on the summer in 14 games.
  • Gustavo Cardoza picked up two hits with his third double of the season in game 2 of the doubleheader.  He’s batting .243/.378/.324 on the summer.
  • Samir Chires made his first start of the season, and his fourth appearance of the season, but remains unscored upon.  In 9.2 innings, Chires has struck out just three, but walked just two, with 12 hits allowed.
  • Jose Ramos hit his first home run of the season, in his 8th game.  He’s 8-for-24 (.333) with two doubles, a triple, and a home run.

DSL: DSL Giants Orange Doubleheader

Game 1: DSL Giants Orange 6, DSL Orioles2 1


Game 2: DSL Giants Orange 7, DSL Orioles2 3


DSL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Eliam Sandoval hit two doubles in this doubleheader, both in Game 1, giving him three on the summer in 13 games.
  • Jediael Maduro got his first 2-hit game in 10 played in the DSL.  He’s 6-for-29 so far this summer.
  • Samuel Reyes picked up his first triple of the season, breaking a 3-game hitless streak.
  • Mikell Manzano had an excellent start, with six shutout innings and allowing just three hits and no walks.  In 17.2 inning this summer, he’s got 24 strikeouts to one walk.