AAA: Doubleheader

Game 1: Tacoma 8, Sacramento 4


Game 2: Tacoma 6, Sacramento 5


Sacramento Notes:

  • Arismendy Alcántara hit his 9th double of the season in Game 1.  On the season, he has 16 home runs to nine doubles and four triples in Tirple-A.
  • Braden Bishop was a combined 3-for-7 over the doubleheader, continuing to exact a toll on the team that traded him.  Bishop is batting .327/.379/.529 on the season.
  • Wyatt Mathisen hit his third home run with Sacramento, and his eighth overall this season combined between Sacramento, Tacoma, and Durham.
  • Jason Vosler was 2-for-5 over the doubleheader, with a home run in Game 2.  That’s his 15th home run at the Triple-A level, with three more that he hit in the majors added on for 18 this season in total.
  • Conner Menez took the Game 1 start, his first since August 24th, and had his worst performance since Late June.  Menez has just 37 strikeouts to 24 walks in 36.2 IP.
  • Ronnie Williams took the Game 2 start, Williams’ second start this season, and first in Triple-A this season.  Also, he’s apparently dead, according to Baseball Reference.

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

Eugene Notes:

  • Eugene’s scheduled game for Tuesday to open the season’s final series against Tri-City has been postponed due to COVID-19.  Wednesday’s game is still scheduled for now.

ACL: ACL Giants Black 6, ACL Indians 3


ACL Giants Black Notes:

  • Rayner Santana hit his first home run since the end of August as part of a 2-hit night.  He’s got three home runs to five doubles on the season.
  • Jacob Gonzalez picked up a pair of hits, breaking a 3-game hitless streak.  Despite the streak, Gonzalez is still batting 11-for-30 (.367) over nine games in September.
  • The start went to Esmerlin Vinicio, for his third start of the month.  It’s been his weakest month of the season, with a 3.75 ERA across three appearances.  His previous monthly high was 2.61 in August.

ACL: ACL Orange 6, ACL Padres 5


ACL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Vaun Brown had a 3-hit game, with his sixth double and fourth triple of the summer.  The 10th round pick has a .352/.477/.634 batting line in his first pro season.
  • Garrett Frechette had his own 3-hit game, raising his ACL batting average to .333 (53-for-159) with 12 doubles, a triple, and a home run.
  • Manuel Mercedes took the start, allowing three runs on six hits, the most hits he’s allowed since late July.  He’s allowed 55 hits in 54.0 innings, to the batting average of .266.

DSL: Doubleheader

Game 1: DSL Giants Black 10, DSL Brewers1 9


Game 2: DSL Giants Black 5, DSL Brewers1 2


DSL Giants Black Notes:

  • Jose Ramos had his first 3-hit game of the summer, raising his batting line to .310/.395/.535.
  • Diego Gonzalez had a pair of doubles, giving him three on the season in 11 appearances after he missed most of August with injury.  Half of his hits (6-for-26) have been doubles.
  • With 3 three hits in Game 2, Onil Perez now has multiple hits in each of his last three games, and five of his last six.  He’s 12-for-18 (.667) over those last six games, with two doubles and two home runs.
  • Gustavo Cardoza picked up his first triple of the summer, his first extra-base hit other than his six doubles.  Cardoza has a batting line of .280/.308/.400.
  • Mauricio Pierre hit his seventh double in Game 2.  He’s batting .258/.347/.472 with seven doubles and four home runs.
  • Yonathan Ochoa started Game 2, allowing four earned runs on two hits and a walk, thanks to a fielder’s choice that did not turn into an out.  He has 25 strikeouts to six walks in 29.2 IP.
  • Angel Moreno made his first start of the season in Game 2, and struggled to not hit batters, hitting three in 2.2 innings.  He also gave up a pair of hits and a pair of walks to allowing two runs.

DSL: DSL Mariners 3, DSL Giants Orange 2


DSL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Jhosward Camacho hit his first home run of the season, 30 games into it.  It was his second 3-hit game of the month, out of six games, as he’s batting just .248 on the season.
  • Cesar Quintas is having a great September, after hitting his sixth double of the summer on Monday.  He’s 11-for-21 (.524) with two doubles and two home runs in six games in September.
  • Miguel Mora had an excellent start that was for naught, not allowing a hit and only two walks in 5.2 innings.  In 34.2 innings, Mora has allowed just 22 hits to the tune of a .177 batting average.