AAA: Salt Lake 16, Sacramento 0


Sacramento Notes:

  • This was just not a great game for Sacramento, though it didn’t really fall apart until the end of game.  Ford Proctor’s two hits were two of the three games, going 2-for-3 with a pair of singles.  Proctor is finishing the season strong, going 14-for-41 (.341) with three doubles across 12 games this month.  He actually has a higher OBP (.426) in the month than slugging (.415).
  • The only other hit was a single belonging Jason Vosler, who went 1-for-4.  Through 93 games this season at Triple-A, Vosler has hit .239/.309/.433 with 13 doubles, a triple, and 18 home runs.
  • The start belonged to Enmanuel De Jesus, who had a solid start, with one run allowed, on four hits, a walk, and a HBP, with five strikeouts.  De Jesus had a 4.50 ERA over 33 appearances in 2022, with 113 strikeouts to 50 walks in 98.0 innings.
  • Reliever Michael Stryffeler had the strongest outing among Sacramento’s pitchers, striking out the side without allowing a baserunner in the inning.  Stryffeler has struggled since his trade to the Giants (as his 9.24 ERA in 15 games attests), but now has four scoreless outings in a row.  In those 15 games, Stryffeler has struck out 21 to 16 walks in 12.2 innings.
  • Aaron Fletcher had a nightmare outing, not getting an out while allowing seven runs on six hits and a walk.  Fletcher now has a 13.50 ERA in 14 games with Sacramento, after he had a 1.45 ERA in the same number of games with Indianapolis.  He also has 13 walks to 12 strikeouts in 13.1 innings.
  • Usual position player Jason Krizan followed up Fletcher in the 8th inning as the game spiraled out of reach, allowing four runs on five hits, giving up a home run.  Krizan now has a 20.25 ERA in four pitching appearances this year, now with six runs allowing on nine hits but no walks in 2.2 innings.  The home run in this game was Krizan’s first allowed this year.