AAA: Sacramento 6, Las Vegas 1
- Braden Bishop wraps up his season with his second home run in three games, giving him 11 with the River Cats. It’s a new career-high for Bishop in six pro seasons, and he finished in Sacramento with a .332/.386/.552 batting line.
- Mauricio Dubón hit his 12th double and 4th home run in 51 games at Triple-A. Dubón hit .330/.412/.472 at Sacramento.
- Ronnie Freeman made his first appearance since August 27th, and hit his third home run of the season in it. Freeman hit .182/.308/.364 in 14 games at Triple-A this season.
- Ronnie Williams walked two and hit two batters to just one hit in his final start of the season. After three games in Sacramento, Williams finished with a 2.08 ERA, with a 2.45 ERA in 24 games in Richmond, mostly as a reliever.
- Norwith Gudino bounced back from his last game, in which he allowed four runs while getting just one out, to have two shutout innings. Gudino finishes with a 5.68 ERA in 13 games (4 starts) at Sacramento, after he had a 1.44 ERA in 17 games at Richmond.
AA: Richmond 3, Erie 1
- The win gives the Squirrels a 57-56 record to finish the season, their first winning record since 2015.
- Sandro Fabian finished off the season with a pair of doubles, giving him 13 on the season. Fabian finished the year with a new season-high in home runs with 15, to go along with 13 doubles and a triple.
- David Villar’s best pro season finished with his second double in a row, giving him 29. Villar posted season bests with 29 doubles and 20 home runs, with a batting line of .275/.374/.506.
- Akeel Morris has been a different pitcher in Double-A, and he finished the season that way, with five shutout innings, and a season-high 10 strikeouts. Morris has a 3.67 ERA after 10 games in Richmond, while he had a 10.23 ERA in five games at Triple-A Sacramento.
- Joey Marciano finished his season by striking out the side around a single hit. Marciano finishes with a 3.09 ERA in Richmond this season, with 59 strikeouts to 16 walks in 46.2 IP.
- R.J. Dabovich finishes the season unscored upon since his return from injury at the start of the month in five games. Dabovich’s season ends with a 3.66 ERA in 19.2 innings, with 34 strikeouts to seven walks.
- Patrick Ruotolo gave up a run in his final game, fittingly a home run, as his first five runs this season came off of home runs. He finishes the season with 50 strikeouts to five walks in 37.0 innings. He gave up as many walks as he did home runs this season.
High-A: Eugene 8, Tri-City 4
- The win, with Spokane’s game cancelled due to rain, gives Eugene the division title. They will have home field advantage in the best-of-5 High-A West Championship series against Spokane beginning on Tuesday. The first two games will be in Spokane, and the three final ones (as needed) will be in Eugene.
- With his home run in the season finale, his first home run in exactly a month, Ricardo Genovés will finish the season with more home runs in Eugene (7, in 65 games) than in San Jose (6, in just 38 games).
- Tyler Fitzgerald is finishing September and the season strong, with a home run on Saturday and a double on Sunday, his only extra-base hits of the month. He finishes the season with 28 doubles, two triples, and 19 home runs.
- Kwan Adkins was 1-for-3, but added two stolen bases. He’s had two stolen bases twice in his last three games, giving him five total steals on six attempts over 18 games in Eugene. He also had four steals in six attempts in the ACL over 26 games.
- After struggling in his first few games up in High-A after injury, Blake Rivera finished the season strong, with three shutout innings today and five shutout innings to finish the season. He has nine strikeouts to one walk in those final five innings, but finished in Eugene with just 17 strikeouts to five walks in 14.0 innings.
- Ismael Munguia did not play, but he finishes the season with a .336 batting average, and after going 44-for-91 (.484) in 21 games in August and September, Munguia powered to a batting title in the High-A West, leading the second place batter by 20 points.
Low-A: Fresno 7, San Jose 4
San Jose Notes:
- With Fresno’s win, they clinch the North Division title over San Jose. Both teams will meet again in the playoffs. The best-of-5 will begin on Tuesday, with the first two games in San Jose, and the three following ones in Fresno (as needed).
- Jimmy Glowenke hit his second home run in as many days, to finish off his season with 13 home runs. He finishes the year with a .256/.367/.444 line, with 25 doubles, two triples and 13 home runs, and 49 walks to 100 strikeouts.
- With a double, Luis Toribio finishes the year with 20 doubles. His first full pro season ends with a .229/.351/.356 batting line with 20 doubles, a triple, and seven home runs.
- Najee Gaskins broke a 3-game hitless streak with his third double in San Jose. The 20th round pick from 2019 had a .281/.328/.386 batting line through 15 games in Low-A this year, after getting promoted from the ACL.
- Trevor McDonald finished the season with a promotion to San Jose, and it was rough. He allowed season-high seven runs, with four unearned thanks to an error by Glowenke. In 15 games in the ACL, he had a 3.86 ERA with 69 strikeouts to 31 walks, but had only two strikeouts to three walks in his Low-A debut.
- Aeverson Arteaga made his Low-A debut after a successful season in the ACL. He went 0-for-3 with a strikeout.