AAA: Salt Lake 8, Sacramento 4


Sacramento Notes:

  • Isan Díaz once again led Sacramento, going 3-for-3 with two walks.  Díaz now has a .286/.390/.607 batting line for Sacramento through 77 games, with 11 doubles, two triples, and 23 home runs.
  • Jason Krizan had Sacramento’s only extra-base hit, going 1-for-4 with his 25th double and a walk.  Krizan has gone 12-for-31 (.387) in August with five doubles and a home run.
  • Starter Tristan Beck struck out nine across 7.0 innings, allowing three runs on eight hits.  Beck now has a 3.50 ERA across his last three starts, with 18 strikeouts to two walks in 18.0 innings.

AA: Richmond 8, Portland 6


Richmond Notes:

  • Diego Rincones went 2-for-4 with his eighth home run and 11th double of the season.  Over his last seven games, Rincones has gone 10-for-23 (.435) with three doubles and a home run, but has a batting line of .259/.306/.378 overall on the season.
  • Armani Smith led the team in hits, going 3-for-4 with all singles.  Since the start of August, Smith has gone 12-for-35 and has a batting line of .343/.425/.457 with one double and one home run.
  • Casey Schmitt went 2-for-5 with his first Double-A double.  Schmitt’s done pretty well since his call-up, going 5-for-16 (.313) over four games, with a double and a triple.
  • Jake Dahlberg had a rough start, allowing six runs, five earned, on seven hits and four walks, with just three strikeouts in 4.0 innings.  It was a rough outing after Dahlberg had not allowed any runs in his last two starts.  He now has a 4.35 ERA on the year.
  • Reliever Nick Avila struck out five in 3.0 innings, allowing just one single.  Through eight games in Double-A, Avila has a 0.93 ERA.  Before his promotion, he had a 0.95 ERA in 27 games at Eugene.

High-A: Eugene 3, Vancouver 0


Eugene Notes:

  • Luis Matos had the team’s biggest hit while going 2-for-4, hitting his first triple of the season and knocking in two while going 1-for-4.  Matos is quietly having a good month in the context of this season, batting .262/.311/.571 with five doubles, a triple, and two home runs in August.
  • Luis Toribio went 1-for-3 with a walk and his 14th double of the season.  On the year, Toribio has 14 doubles, one triple, and 20 home runs in 90 games, though he’s batting just .214.
  • Carson Seymour threw 4.0 scoreless innings in his second start with Eugene, allowing three hits, three walks, and striking out five.  Overall, he now has 12 strikeouts to three walks in 9.0 innings.

Low-A: San Jose 11, Stockton 5


San Jose Notes:

  • Second baseman Anyesber Sivira had a huge day, going 5-for-5 with two home runs, his first of the season, and a double to give him four on the year.  Sivira has hit .256/.343/.372 over 25 games in San Jose, finally having his first home runs.  He also had two home runs in the ACL over 12 games before the promotion.
  • Yorlis Rodriguez picked up his 12th home run on a 2-for-5.  Rodriguez now has two home runs over two games, after having ten games without any home runs.  He’s batting .265/.302/.425 on the year.
  • Alexander Suarez went 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles, giving him ten on the season.  Suarez now has ten doubles and ten home runs over 71 games, with a batting line of .238/.301/.404.
  • Grant McCray went 2-for-4 with two singles and a HBP, and also stole his 34th base of the season.  McCray now has two steals in his last two games, with three attempts.  McCray has now doubled his previous high of 17 steals in 2019, which he did in 48 games.  He’s stolen 34 in 97 games this year.
  • Matt Mikulski had a rough game, giving up five runs on six hits in 2.2 innings, along with two balks and a wild pitch.  Mikulski now has a 6.01 ERA over 20 games, with 81 hits allowed in 73.1 innings.
  • Seth Lonsway with seven strikeouts in 5.0 innings, on three hits and a walk.  Lonsway struck out 94 and has 44 walks in 76.1 innings on the year.

ACL: ACL Giants Black 4, ACL Giants Orange 2


ACL Giants Black Notes:

  • Third baseman Elian Rayo went 1-for-2 with a walk and his sixth home run of the summer.  Rayo’s home run was his first since back on July 15th, almost a full month ago.  He’s batting .239/.369/.428 with six doubles, a triple, and six home runs.
  • Shortstop Marco Luciano was 1-for-3 with a walk.  Luciano is now six games into his rehab, having gone 5-for-18 (.278) with two doubles, two walks to five strikeouts.
  • Starter Rolfi Jimenez gave up just one run in 5.0 innings, on one hit (a home run) and one walks along with five strikeouts.  Jimenez now has 38 strikeouts to 17 walks in 42.1 innings.

ACL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Shortstop Will Wilson had the only hit for the Orange team, going 1-for-3 with a home run.  Wilson has gone 5-for-8 over three rehab games, with the home run as his only extra-base hit.
  • Starter Daniel Tillo went just one inning, allowing a hit and a walk to two strikeouts.  Through six rehab games, Tillo has struck otu ten to four wakls and three hits allowed in 7.2 innings.

DSL: DSL Mariners 4, DSL Giants Black 0


DSL Giants Black Notes:

  • Third baseman Jean Carlos Sio went 1-for-2 with a walk and his 15th steal of the season.  Sio has a batting line of .212/.327/.292, with 22 walks to 21 strikeouts, and 15 steals on 19 attempts.
  • Starter Miguel Ramos struck out seven in 3.0 innings, allowing two runs on two hits and four walks.  Through four games, Ramos has 18 strikeouts to 12 walks in 13.1 innings.

DSL: DSL Giants Orange 11, DSL Colorado 7


DSL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Center fielder Estanlin Cassiani went 3-for-4 with his third double of the season.  It’s Cassiani’s third straight 3-hit game, and third with a double…all of his doubles have come in the last three games.  Cassiani is batting .563 (18-for-32) through eight games in August.
  • First baseman Jose Astudillo went 3-for-4 with a walk, and had three steals to give him five on the season.  Through four games played this year after a delayed start, Astudillo has now gong 4-for-14 with one triple, and two walks to two strikeouts, and five steals in as many attempts.
  • Shortstop Jose Ramos went 1-for-3 with his 10th double of the summer.  Ramos has gone 6-for-21 (.286) with two doubles and a home run in August.
  • It was a bad start for Ismael Mota, as he was unable to gather his control or get an out.  He walked the only three batters he faced, and all scored.  Reliever Daniel Espinoza came in, and threw four wild pitches around three walks and a hit in his inning of work, allowing all of Mota’s runners to score plus two more.