AAA: Tacoma 4, Sacramento 2


Sacramento Notes:

  • Jason Vosler had the big hit in the game for the River Cats, going 1-for-4 with his 13th home run of the season.  It’s Vosler’s first home run since July 22nd, and first hit overall since returning from San Francisco on August 4th.
  • Jason Krizan went 2-for-4 with his 22nd double.  Over his last six games, Vosler has gone 9-for-22 (.409) with two doubles and a home run, and with two walks to three strikeouts.
  • Luis Ortiz was the “starter”, as with many Sacramento games, Ortiz went just 2.0 scoreless innings, allowing a hit while striking out two. It was just Ortiz’s fourth start in 25 appearances this season.  He has 58 strikeouts to 10 walks in 50.2 innings.
  • Reliever Cody Carroll had an impressive outing, striking out five of the seven batters he faced, allowing just a hit in 2.0 innings.  Carroll has a 5.97 ERA this season, but now has 44 strikeouts to 26 walks in 34.2 innings.

AA: New Hampshire 6, Richmond 3


Richmond Notes:

  • Carter Aldrete now has two home runs in Double-A, going 2-for-4 with the big fly.  Both of the home runs have come in the last foru games, going 5-for-16 (.313), but also with eight strikeouts to no walks.
  • Brandon Martorano also hit a home run while going 2-for-4, and also collected a walk in the game. Over his last five games, Martorano has gone 9-for-18 (.500) with four walks to four strikeouts, with two doubles and a home run, raising his batting average from .210 to .231.
  • Tristan Peters collected two singles on a 2-for-5 days in his second game at Double-A.  Peters has gone 3-for-9 over his two game at Richmond since the trade, though without any extra-base hits yet.
  • Starter Kai-Wei Teng struck out ten in 5.0 innings, allowing a run on five hits.  Teng reached double-digit strikeouts for the second time this season.  Although he has a 5.09 ERA, he’s got 113 strikeouts to 56 walks in 99.0 innings.

High-A: Spokane 6, Eugene 2


Eugene Notes:

  • Vaun Brown led the Emeralds in hitting on a slow night, going 2-for-4 with his ninth home run in High-A.  Between San Jose and Eugene, Brown now has 23 doubles, five triples, and 23 home runs, with 36 steals in 41 attempts this year.
  • Rob Emery went 1-for-3 and picked up his fifth double of the with Eugene.  In 15 games at the level, Emery has a batting line of .271/.397/.375 with five doubles.  He has mostly played in Double-A Richmond, with 35 games and a batting line of .243/.368/.447 at that level.
  • Trade acquisition Carson Seymour made his Giants organizational debut, going 5.0 innings, giving up three runs on six hits with seven strikeouts and no walks.  Seymour had a 3.68 ERA in Brooklyn, the Mets’ High-A affiliate, with 65 strikeouts to 12 walks in 51.1 innings.
  • Nick Swiney made his first relief appearance of the season, working 3.0 innings in relief, giving up three runs on five hits and a walk with two strikeouts.  It was the most earned runs Swiney had given up since July 1st, when he gave up six in 3.0 innings.

Low-A: Fresno 7, San Jose 6


San Jose Notes:

  • Grant McCray had the biggest game for the Giants, going 3-for-4 with a walk, his 9th triple of the season, and two steals.  McCray now has a batting line of .287/.378/.511 through 91 games, with 18 doubles, nine triples, and 16 home runs.  He also has 32 steals in 40 attempts.
  • Aeverson Arteaga went 1-for-5 with with a steal, his eighth of the season.  Arteaga has been picking up games with solo hits for a couple of weeks, and hasn’t had a multi-hit game since July 22nd.
  • Starter Nick Sinacola had a rough game, giving up four runs in 5.0 innings, on seven hits and two walks, with three strikeouts.  It was Sinacola’s most earned runs allowed since he gave up five runs on May 27th.  He has a 3.44 ERA with 95 strikeouts to 28 walks on the season.

ACL: ACL Giants Black 3, ACL Giants Orange 1


ACL Giants Black Notes:

  • Marco Luciano made his second rehab appearance, and his first in the field, going 1-for-3.  Luciano hit in the 6th inning, and after singling, and then moving to second, then third on successful singles, he was lifted once on third.
  • Designated hitter Anthony Rodriguez went 1-for-2 with a walk, now getting a hit for the fifth straight game.  He’s now 6-for-15 (.400) with a double and a home run in those five games.
  • Starter Rolfi Jimenez gave up just one run in 6.0 innings, with a season-high seven strikeouts against two walks and four hits.  The outing was his longest of the season as well.  On the year, he now has 33 strikeouts to 16 walks in 37.1 innings.
  • 2022 10th round draft pick John Bertrand struck out the side in his pro debut, giving up just a hit in his one inning of work.

ACL Giants Orange Notes:

  • The only extra-base hit for the Orange team was by left fielder Donovan McIntyre, who went 1-for-4 with a double.  It was his fourth double of the summer.  He has a batting line of .175/.286/.299 through 37 games this summer.
  • Second baseman Damon Dues went 1-for-4 with three strikeouts, doubling his strikeout total on six games this summer.   He has a batting line of .368/.429/.579.
  • Starter Gerelmi Maldonado struck out six while allowing just a walk in 4.0 innings in his start.  Maldonado matched his season high in innings and in strikeouts.  Through 31.1 innings, he has 41 strikeouts to 14 walks.

DSL: DSL Rockies 4, DSL Giants Black 2


DSL Giants Black Notes:

  • Second baseman Audie Jimenez went 1-for-3 with the team’s only extra-base hit with his third double of the season.  Overall in the ACL, he’s batting .148/.198/.176 with three doubles, and five walks to 32 strikeouts.
  • Center fielder Luis Frias led the team in hits, going 2-for-4 with a pair of singles.  Frias has a batting line of .272/.377/.301.
  • Starter Miguel Ramos had a strong start, going 4.1 scoreless innings with just one hit allowed, but with four walks and four strikeouts in the game.  Through three games this season, Ramos had 11 strikeouts to eight walks in 10.1 innings.

DSL: DSL Giants Orange 12, DSL Cardinals 5


DSL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Left fielder Oswaldo Ladera was the biggest hitter in the game, going 2-for-4 with his third home run of the year.  Through 39 games, he has ten doubles and three home runs, with a batting line of .211/.345/.366.
  • More hits for center fielder Estanlin Cassiani, going 2-for-6, and having multiple hits in three of his last four games, and stole two bases to give him 15 on the year.  Cassiani went 7-for-16 with a triple, and now has four steals on four attempts over his last four games.
  • Starter Ismael Mota struck out six in 6.0 innings, with two runs allowed on three hits and one walk.  It was Mota’s longest outing of the season.  He has a 2.51 ERA through ten games, with 55 strikeouts to 22 walks in 43.0 innings.