AAA: Sacramento 9, Salt Lake 2


Sacramento Notes:

  • Austin Dean had the River Cats’ biggest hit, going 2-for-4 with his fourth double of the season.  Dean has gone 11-for-33 (.333) with two home runs and the triple so far in August.
  • Isan Díaz went 1-for-4 with a walk and his 12th double of the season.  Díaz has gone .286/.390/.605 for Sacramento with 12 doubles, two triples, and 23 home runs.
  • Catcher Jhonny Pereda led the team in hits, going 3-for-4 with three singles, and was caught stealing once.  Pereda has only gotten into four games this month working as the backup catcher, and has gone 6-for-14 (.429) with two walks and a strikeout.
  • Starter Sam Long went 3.2 scoreless innings, allowing a hit and three walks, though with just one strikeout.  Through seven games in Sacramento, starting the last two, Long has a 4.61 ERA with 12 strikeouts to 12 walks in 13.2 innings.
  • Reliever Michael Stryffeler struck out the side in a scoreless inning, though he walked two.  Since joining Sacramento, Stryffeler has yet to allow a run, with eight strikeouts to five walks and two hits in 5.0 innings.

AA: Portland 10, Richmond 7


Richmond Notes:

  • Newly acquired Tristan Peters went 2-for-5 with his first two doubles since joining Richmond.  Peters has gone 8-for-34 in eight games since the deadline trade.  In High-A previous, he had 22 doubles, eight triples, and seven home runs.
  • Casey Schmitt led the team in hits by going 3-for-4 with a walk and his second double since being promoted to Richmond.  With that, Schmitt’s batting line after five games in Double-A is .400/.455/.600, with two doubles and a triple.
  • Carter Aldrete also had his second double in High-A, going 2-for-5.  Through 16 games, Aldrete is batting .217/.238/.400 since his promotion, with two doubles and three home runs.
  • Wil Jensen took the start, giving up eight runs in 4.2 innings, seven runs earned, on eight hits and three walks, with three home runs allowed.  Jensen has a 5.68 ERA through five starts at Double-A, with 19 strikeouts to 12 walks in 25.1 innings.

High-A: Vancouver 5, Eugene 2


Eugene Notes:

  • Carter Williams went 2-for-5 with a double, the team’s only extra-base hit on the day.  Since returning to Eugene, Williams has gone 8-for-25 with a double and a home run, batting .320/.346/.480.
  • Working as DH, Andy Thomas went 2-for-4 with a pair of singles.  In seven games, Thomas has gone 5-for-27 (.185), with three walks to 11 strikeouts.
  • Luis Matos went 2-for-5, his fourth multi-hit game since the start of August.  Matos is batting .262/.311/.571 (11-for-42) with five doubles, a triple, and two home runs on the month so far.
  • Nick Zwack had the start, striking out seven in 4.1 innings, while giving up two runs on four hits and one walk.  That gives Zwack a 6.48 ERA after two starts in Eugene since the trade, having given up 11 hits and striking out nine to four walks in 8.1 innings.

Low-A: San Jose 6, Stockton 5 (10 Innings)


San Jose Notes:

  • Victor Bericoto led the Giants offense, going 2-for-3 with his 11th home run of the season.  Bericota has gone 16-for-48 (.333) with two doubles and three home runs in the month of August, raising his batting average to .263.
  • Jared Dupere hit his eighth home run in San Jose in his 24th game there, going 1-for-4 on the day.  Since getting promoted, Dupere has hit .301/.387/.613 with three doubles, one triple, and eight home runs.
  • A day after his breakout game with his first two home runs at San Jose, Anyesber Sivira picked up his third with San Jose, going 1-for-4.  Sivira has a .256/.340/.400 batting line through 26 games at San Jose, now with four doubles and three home runs.
  • Grant McCray was 1-for-4 with a walk and his 35th steal of the season.  McCray has a batting line of .290/.383/.516 with 35 steals in 44 attempts on the season now.
  • Aeverson Arteaga had the game-winning hit on a 1-for-5 day.  Arteaga has a batting line of .259/.330/.417 on the year.
  • Starter Trevor McDonald did not allow a hit in 4.1 innings, but did give up an unearned run on four hits while striking out five.  McCray now has 94 strikeouts to 32 walks in 79.1 innings, and has a 2.38 ERA through 25 appearances, eight of which are starts.

ACL & DSL: No Games Scheduled