AAA: Scheduled Day Off

AA: Season Completed

High-A: Eugene 3, Spokane 0


Eugene Notes:

  • No runs were scored until the top of the 9th, when Franklin Labour hit a 2-out single to score a run, and give the Emeralds the lead.  Labour had two hits on the day, after hitting .223 on the regular season in Eugene.
  • Ismael Munguia is a September hitter, it would seem.  He hit .447 (21-for-47) in the regular season in September, he had five hits in six at-bats in Game 1 of this series, and he was 4-for-5 here in Game 2, including a 2-run double that gave the Emeralds all the insurance they would need.  It’s just been an absolute amazing month for him.
  • Sean Roby had the other extra-base hit for Eugene on the night, a double, after hitting a home run in Game 1.  Roby hit .241 in the regular season, but slugged 19 home runs and 24 doubles with one triple.
  • Only once all season did Conner Nurse take the mound this season and not allow a run, and that was one of his three relief appearances.  But today in Game 2, Nurse had his undisputed best start of the season, going seven shutout innings, and striking out eight to just one walk.  Nurse had a 4.86 ERA in the regular season, and struck out 114 in 113.0 innings with 51 walks.
  • Taylor Rashi struck out the side in his inning of work.  He struck out 68 in 46.2 innings (22 walks) with a 4.44 ERA as a reliever in the regular season.
  • Chris Wright picked up the save while giving up a hit and a walk.  Wright had 21 saves in the regular season for San Jose and Eugene, with an even 1.00 ERA between the two levels.  He struck out 79 to 21 walks in 45.0 innings.

Low-A: San Jose 4, Fresno 2


San Jose Notes:

  • Have a night, Patrick Bailey!  Bailey had two home runs and a double as he powered the San Jose offense.  Bailey had just nine home runs in the regular season, but had seven of them in 47 games at Low-A San Jose to finish the season.
  • Jimmy Glowenke picked up a pair of hits, including his first postseason home run.  Glowenke had finished the season strong, hitting .345 in September while he hit just .256 on the full season, and had 13 home runs in the regular season.
  • Yorlis Rodriguez had his own home run in the 8th inning.  He had four home runs in San Jose in 27 games after his promotion, and before that he had two in 25 games in the ACL.
  • Carson Ragsdale had a solid start for San Jose, allowing two runs on just three hits and three walks, while striking out five.  Ragsdale had a 4.43 ERA in the regular season, but notched 167 strikeouts to 45 walks in 113.2 innings.
  • Clay Helvey worked two innings without allowing a baserunner for the save.  Helvey had a 3.06 ERA in the regular season out of the San Jose bullpen, with 83 strikeouts to 20 walks in 53.0 innings across 39 appearances.

ACL: Season Completed

DSL: Scheduled Day Off