AAA: Sacramento 7, Tacoma 5
- Heliot Ramos got his second home run at Triple-A, and 12th on the season overall, as he collected his third multi-hit game in the last five. His batting line has been inching up, and sits at .253/.333/.418.
- Mauricio Dubón got two more hits, breaking a short streak of four games where he was just 2-for-15. His double was his 7th in Sacramento, which he got in 155 at-bats. That matches his total for doubles he got in San Francisco, which he did in 158 at-bats.
- Jason Krizan hit his 10th home run of the season. It marks the third time Krizan has had double digit home runs in a season, as he had 14 in 2019 across Double-A and Triple-A, and ten in 2016, also across Double-A and Triple-A.
- Scott Kazmir made his second start since the Olympics, and allowed three runs across 4.0 innings. He has a 4.68 ERA in nine appearances at Triple-A this season.
AA: Richmond 14, Erie 4
- Diego Rincones hit his 7th home run in High-A, and 12th on the season, in a 2-hit game. His batting line in Richmond has reached .289/.361/.516 after 36 games at the level.
- Will Wilson returned after missing a week’s worth of games, going 2-for-5 with a home run, his fourth in Richmond. He still has just a .180/.273/.308 batting line after 34 games in Double-A.
- David Villar hit his 15th home run, in his second straight multi-hit game. He’s 21-for-60 (.350) so far in August, with seven doubles and four home runs.
- Luis Alexander Basabe picked up a pair of hits, including his first double at Double-A in his 6th game there this season.
- Trenton Toplikar gave up a pair of runs in four innings, allowing six hits and a walk. He’s allowed 12 runs across 21.0 IP (5.14 ERA) in four starts in August.
Game 1: Eugene 3, Everett 1 (7 Innings)
Game 2: Everett 4, Eugene 3 (8 Innings)
- Kai-Wei Teng looked like his early-season self, going a complete (7 inning) game, and tying a season high with six strikeouts to just two walks. His only run came off a home run, his first allowed since July 28, a span of five starts.
- Brett Auerbach wore himself out in just his first at-bat, hitting a home run the hard way (as in, not over the fence). He showed off his catcher’s speed (with a little help from a pratfall in center field) and came all the way around. He has 12 home runs with Eugene already, and 14 on the season overall.
- Marco Luciano was perfect in Game 1, going 3-for-3, though he struck out in his pinch-hit appearance in Game 2. Overall, he raised his High-A batting average from .179 to .217.
- Jairo Pomares was a combined 3-for-7 on the day, raising his batting average to .391 in Eugene after just six games.
- Armani Smith started both games, and was 3-for-7 overall, including getting two of the team’s five hits in Game 2. He improved his High-A batting line to .291/.361/.493 with the performance.
- Kwan Adkins only played in Game 2, picking up a 2-hit game. Over seven games in High-A, he’s 6-for-21 (.286) with three doubles and a home run.
- Jasier Herrera had a solid start in Game 2, his first start of the season, striking out six to no walks. In High-A Eugene this season, he has a 4.34 ERA with 45 strikeouts to 14 walks in 47.2 innings.
Low-A: San Jose 3, Rancho Cucamonga
San Jose Notes:
- Jimmy Glowenke hit his 9th home run of the season, and fourth in the month of August. Glowenke is only 14-for-65 (.215) on the month, however.
- Luis Toribio muscled a home run out the opposite way today, his 6th home run of the season, and his first since August 4th.
- Grant McCray was 2-for 4 in his second game at San Jose, and stole his second base so far at Low-A. In 21 games in the ACL, he had three steals on four attempts, and in 48 games in 2019 at the AZL, he had 17 steals on 30 attempts.
- Kyle Harrison ran into some trouble in his third inning of work, his final of the night. He gave up two opposite field doubles after an error, leading to two runs, one earned. He also walked two and hit two batters, while striking out four.
- Randy Rodriguez had a standout appearance in the bullpen, striking out six across 4.0 innings without allowing a baserunner.
ACL: ACL Giants Black 7, ACL Giants Orange 1
ACL Giants Black Notes:
- Alexander Suarez extended his hitting streak to six games with a pair of doubles, giving him 10 on the summer. He has four of those doubles as well as a home run on the current streak.
- Diego Velasquez was 2-for-3 with a walk today. With the walk, Velasquez now has 10 walks to 12 strikeouts in 105 plate appearances this summer.
- Tristan Beck made his third rehab appearance. He struck out five, but still allowed a run, which he’s done in each rehab appearance. He has nine strikeouts to two walks in 4.1 innings over his rehab, however.
- Esmerlin Vinicio had his first “relief” appearance of the season after the rehab opener. It was his third appearance without allowing a run, and first since the first two appearances of the season.
ACL Giants Orange Notes:
- The Giants 11th round pick from 2021 made his pro debut, hitting a triple in two at-bats with a walk. McIntrye was drafted out of high school from Illinois.
- Aeverson Arteaga was 1-for-3, slightly raising his batting average to .306 from .305.
- Sonny Vargas had a difficult start, going just 3.1 innings after allowing five runs, four earned. It’s the fourth time she’s allowed that many earned runs in an appearance this season, among nine starts and two relief appearances.
- The Giants 14th round pick, Tyler Myrick, struck out the side, allowing just a walk. Myrick has pitched 2.0 innings and every out he’s gotten has been a strikeout, although he allowed a run on two hits in his first appearance earlier in the week.
DSL: DSL Giants Black vs. DSL Giants Orange Postponed
No makeup date was provided.