AAA: Las Vegas 5, Sacramento 2


Sacramento Notes:

  • Alex Dickerson is continuing his rehab, now in its 8th game, and he had his first 2-hit game of it.  He’s 3-for-7 over the last two with a double.  Overall, he’s 6-for-29 (.207) over this rehab.
  • Joey Bart hit a single, giving him hit in his last five games.  He’s 6-for-18 (.333) over the streak with a pair of doubles, and three walks to five strikeouts.
  • Braden Bishop pushed his hitting streak out to 11 games, dating back to September 4th.  He’s 15-for-36 with three doubles and two home runs over that span.
  • A single error really helped derail Sean Hjelle’s start, as a 2-out error loaded the bases, and a pair of hits let four unearned runs come home.  Hjelle continues to give up hits, with seven more allowed in six innings.  He has a .322 batting average allowed in Triple-A this season.

AA: Season Completed

High-A & Low-A: Schedule Day Off before Playoffs

San Jose Notes:

  • Kyle Harrison won the Low-A West ERA title at age 20, highlighting an excellent season in San Jose.
  • San Jose led all of minor league baseball, by a lot, in strikeouts.

Eugene Notes:

  • San Jose led all of minor league baseball in strikeouts, but Eugene was third in all of the minors.
  • Finally, a correction from yesterday’s Quick-Notes: All five games of the High-A West Championship Series will be played in Spokane, with no games in Eugene.  Why?  Because of the University of Oregon, and a lease agreement that’s still made for short-season ball.  Another reason why the stadium situation in Eugene is one of the most tenuous and in need of change in all of the minors.

ACL: Season Completed

DSL: DSL Mets2 3, DSL Giants Black 2


DSL Giants Black Notes:

  • Yeison Lemos hit a double to extend his current hitting streak to six games.  He’s raised his batting average from .204 to .234 over that span, with three doubles  in the span.
  • Yonathan Ochoa gave up three runs just one start after allowing four in 3.0 innings a week ago.  Ochoa’s ERA has jumped from 3.04 at the end of August to 4.45 now.

DSL: DSL Giants Orange 3, DSL D-Backs2 1


DSL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Samuel Reyes had another 2-hit game, his fifth of the month in September.  He’s 14-for-39 (.359) in the month of September, which has raised his batting average from .224 to .274 in the first 2/3rds of the month.
  • Freddy Tremaria got his first hit of September, his fourth double of the season.
  • Miguel Mora had as many walks (3) as strikeouts in four innings as he’s alternated much of the season in having big strikeout games to having similar walk and strikeout totals.  In 38.2 innings, he’s struck out 39 to 16 walks.