One former Giants farmhand, Jose Marte, made his MLB debut today.  Marte was traded to the Los Angeles Angels for reliever Tony Watson.

AAA: Tacoma 7, Sacramento 3


Sacramento Notes:

  • Steven Duggar had his first 3-hit game since his return to Triple-A.  In 30 at-bats since then, he’s batting .233/.281/.267 on the season.
  • Thairo Estrada picked up a pair of hits, including his second home run in as many games.  He’s 3-for-12 since coming back from San Francisco, but two of those three hits have been home runs.
  • Chadwick Tromp picked up his 10th double of the season.  Tromp is batting .238/.287/.413 in Triple-A this season.
  • Logan Ondrusek made his third start of the season for Sacramento, allowing three runs on six hits.  Ondrusek has a 3.95 ERA for Sacramento so far this season.

AA: Richmond 7, Erie 6


Richmond Notes:

  • Diego Rincones had a 3-hit game, his second of the month.  He’s batting .344/.375/.525 on the month of August, and he continues to raise his batting line to .282/.353/.492.
  • David Villar was 3-for-3 on the day with a pair of doubles, giving him 22 doubles on the season.
  • Matt Frisbee went a season-high tying 7 innings and allowed just four hits, his lowest total of hits allowed since June 28th.  However, three of those hits were home runs.  In 19 games in Double-A and Triple-A, he’s allowed 24 home runs on the season.

High-A: Eugene 8, Everett 7


Eugene Notes:

  • Sean Roby continued his huge August, with a walkoff home run to win this game for Eugene.  It was his second home run in as many days, and 7th in the month of August.  He is batting .357/.430/.786 on the month.
  • Brett Auerbach hit his second home run in as many days, giving him 13 on the season, 11 in High-A and two in Low-A.  He lead off the game with the home run, and went back to back with Tyler Fitzgerald.
  • Tyler Fitzgerald had his 18th home run on the season among two hits.  With his August, he’s batting .285/.364/.541 over the season.
  • Ryan Murhpy had another great game for Eugene, allowing just one hit, one walk, and one hit batter, leading to two runs, one earned.  Murphy has 32 strikeouts in 22.1 innings at Eugene, and a minor league leading 148 on the season in total.

Low-A: San Jose 8, Rancho Cucamonga 4


San Jose Notes:

  • Patrick Bailey came off of the injured list in a big way, going 3-for-5 with two home runs, his first pro multi-homer game.  In 23 games at San Jose, he is batting .253/.376/.422 with five doubles and three home runs.
  • Grant McCray made his Low-A debut with a bang, hitting a home run in his first at-bat.  Over 21 games in the ACL this year, he was batting .309/.400/.455.
  • Fabian Pena hit his fourth double in San Jose, which knocked in three runs.  Pena is batting .273/.324/.515 over 20 games in Low-A.
  • Wil Jensen had a solid start, going six innings for the first time since mid-June.  He allowed five hits and two walks while striking out five for the second game in a row.

ACL: ACL Giants Black 11, ACL Athletics 0


ACL Giants Black Notes:

  • Ronaldo Flores doubled his season total of doubles, hitting three in one game to give him six over 28 games in the ACL.
  • Jared Dupere hit a pair of doubles, his first since hitting one in his debut game in August 9th.
  • Diego Velasquez had his second 3-hit game of the season.  Across 26 games in the ACL, he’s batting .253/.327/.275, with just two doubles as his only extra-base hits in 91 at-bats.
  • Excellent start for Lisander De La Cruz, going four scoreless innings and easily reaching a season-high with nine strikeouts.  He’s got 29 strikeouts to 11 walks in 20.1 innings.

ACL: ACL Giants Orange 7, ACL Rockies 6


ACL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Anthony Rodriguez picked up the team’s only extra-base hit, his first triple of the season.  Rodriguez has six doubles, a triple, and two home runs in 34 games.
  • Adrian Sugastey added two more hits to his record, his 7th multi-hit game in 11 games in August.  He’s batting .355/.385/.436 on the season.
  • Yeiver Torrealba had a 2-for-2 day, raising his batting average on the summer from .238 to .273.
  • Manuel Mercedes had one of his toughest starts of the season, going just 1.2 innings and allowed three runs on three hits and two walks, while striking out just two.  He now has just 43 strikeouts in 40.0 IP, with 18 walks.

DSL: DSL Giants Black – Postponed

Makeup scheduled for September 13th

DSL: DSL Giants Orange and DSL Mariners – Suspended Top of the 1st

dmCompletion scheduled for September 14th