AAA: Sacramento 6, Reno 5


Sacramento Notes:

  • Heliot Ramos had his best game in Triple-A yet, with a 4-for-4 day, including a double that Ramos wasn’t able to turn into a triple.  Ramos now has a .289/.400/.395 batting line after 12 games at the level.
  • Joey Bart was 1-for-2, and picked up two walks, his first game of the season with multiple walks.  Bart has 16 walks to 60 strikeouts in 206 plate appearances.  Bart also nailed a runner at second base, and pulled a Steph Curry, which I need to see more out of catchers.
  • Jason Vosler ended his longest power drought of the season, hitting his 8th home run at Triple-A.  It was his first home run since July 3rd.
  • Mauricio Dubón continued his strong run in Sacramento, getting on base three times of four plate appearances.  He also stole two bases, giving him five steal on six attempts in 27 games in Triple-A.
  • Gerson Garabito put together his second start in a row allowing just one run, putting together his best run since moving up to Triple-A.  He’s got a 4.73 ERA with 36 strikeouts to 25 walks in 40.0 innings.

AA, High-A & Low-A: Scheduled Day Off

ACL: ACL Mariners 4, ACL Giants Black 3


ACL Giants Black Notes:

  • Alexander Suarez hit his fourth double, giving him those four and three home runs in 23 ACL games this summer.
  • Jacob Gonzalez started off August right with a 2-hit game.  He’s got an ACL batting line of .326/.396/.581, and might be ready for a new chance back at a higher level.
  • Nick Swiney had some more struggles in his second rehab start, with a run allowed on four hits and a walk.  However, four of the five outs he got were strikeouts.

ACL: ACL Giants Orange 5, ACL White Sox 0


ACL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Edison Mora hit his second double of the summer with a 2-hit day.  In 24 games, he’s batting .280/.362/.451 with four doubles, two triples, and two home runs.
  • Grant McCray hit his second double of the summer and drew a walk in a short appearance.  He’s now played 11 games this summer, batting .308/.379/.462.
  • Aeverson Arteaga was 1-for-2 with a walk, as his batting average continues to rise to .345.  He has 26 strikeouts to 12 walks in 102 PA.
  • Manuel Mercedes had his best start of the season, shutting out his opponents for the first time while matching a season-high in strikeouts with seven.  He now has 71 strikeouts to 13 walks in 29.1 IP.

DSL: DSL Giants Black vs. DSL Mets2 Cancelled

DSL: DSL Giants Orange 5, DSL D-Backs2 2


DSL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Samuel Reyes had a 3-game hitless streak break with a 2-for-3 day, hitting his second double of the summer.
  • Mikell Manzano bounced back from a rough start, to have a solid start.  He did give up his first walk of the summer, which is now 12.2 innings long.  That’s with 18 strikeouts.