AAA: Sacramento 8, Las Vegas 4
- Alex Dickerson’s rehab had its best game, with two doubles and a home run. Over his last three games, Dickerson is 6-for-11 with three doubles and a home run.
- Jason Vosler had his third 2-hit game in a row, and fourth in the last five. His hitting streak is now up to 10 games, and he’s batting .279/.369/.535 in Triple-A.
- Mike Tauchman had a 3-hit game, as he’s had an excellent September. He’s 20-for-56 (.357) on the month, and has bumped up his Triple-A batting average from .185 to .273 so far in September.
- Tyler Cyr made the start in the bullpen game, going two scoreless innings, tying his longest scoreless appearance of the year. After a horrible start to the season, Cyr has allowed just one run in 10.1 innings over 12 appearances in August and September for a 0.87 ERA.
AA: Season Over
High-A: Eugene 15, Spokane 7 (Eugene leads best-of-5 series, 1-0)
- Eugene had a blowout first inning, scoring eight runs in the inning as the team collected seven hits (three home runs and a triple) and two walks as 12 batters came to the plate.
- Ricardo Genovés led the Emeralds with two home runs and a double, knocking in four runs in total. Genovés had 13 home runs in total on the season, with six in 38 games at Low-A San Jose, and seven in 65 games at High-A Eugene.
- Ismael Munguia finished the season with a 10-game hitting streak, and hits in 22 of 23 games. Somehow, he was even stronger in his first game of the playoffs, with a 5-hit game.
- Sean Roby’s 3-run homer set the tone in the first inning, putting the Emeralds on the path for the blowout. Roby hit 19 home runs in 97 games over the regular season, blowing past the combined ten home runs he hit in his first two seasons.
- Franklin Labour added a home run out of the ninth spot in the lineup. He had 13 home runs in 100 games in the regular season.
- Marco Luciano didn’t join in on the home run parade, but he did have a triple and double as part of the slugfest. Over the regular season, he had 17 doubles, five triples, and 19 home runs between Low-A and High-A.
- Seth Corry led things with a strong start, if a short one. Corry allowed a run, but struck out five with no walks. Corry had a difficult year, but until this playoff game, he hadn’t allowed a run since missing most of August. In 6.1 innings, he’d struck out nine and walked four.
Low-A: San Jose 3, Fresno 1 (San Jose leads best-of-5 series, 1-0)
San Jose Notes:
- Luis Toribio led San Jose’s hitting to a win, with a home run and a double. Toribio hit just .229/.351/.356 on the season, with 20 doubles and seven home runs in 94 games.
- Aeverson Arteaga had one of the team’s biggest hits with a triple. Arteaga had just one triple, along with 12 doubles and nine home runs, while batting .294 in the ACL this season.
- Abdiel Layer had the team’s other extra-base hit with a double. Layer hit just .212 in the regular season, with 11 doubles along with three triples, and 13 home runs in 84 games.
- Ghordy Santos picked up a pair of singles in his first playoff game. Santos hit .317 over 24 games in San Jose after a late-season promotion.
- Kyle Harrison capped off his amazing season with a strong playoff spot, allowing just one run in 6.1 innings. In 23 starts this season, Harrison had a 3.19 ERA with 157 strikeouts to 52 walks in 98.2 innings.
ACL: Season Over
DSL: DSL Mets2 3, DSL Giants Black 1
DSL Giants Black Notes:
- Mauricio Pierre got the team’s only hit of the day, his first hit in three games. Pierre is batting .264/.352/.464 on the season.
- Ricardo Estrada gave up just a run in 2.2 innings, but walked four while striking out only three. On season season, Estrada has struck out 34 to 23 walks in 33.1 innings.
DSL: DSL Giants Orange 5, DSL D-backs2 2
DSL Giants Orange Notes:
- Jhosward Camacho picked up his first triple of the season. In 36 games this season, he’s collected six doubles, a triple, and a home run.
- Ramon Peralta hit a pair of doubles in a 2-hit game. He’s got eight doubles on the season, and six of them have come in the month of September.
- Cristofer Valenzuela had the start, allowing two runs on three hits, a walk, and two hit batters. It’s the third time Valenzuela has hit two batters in a game this summer out of ten.