AAA: Salt Lake 9, Sacramento 5
- Johnny Cueto made his first appearance in rehab since August 31st, going 1.2 innings.
- Sammy Long had another scoreless outing, his third in a row, including a Major League appearance on Sep. 16th.
- Mauricio Dubón had a perfect day at the plate, with a home run in 3-for-3 batting and a walk. With the home run, Dubón now has as many home runs in Sacramento through 54 games (5), as he did in the Majors through 74 games.
- Jason Vosler has four straight 2-hit games, and picked up his first triple of the year in either Triple-A or the Majors. Vosler is batting .283/.374/.543 in Triple-A this season.
- Mike Tauchman had his second triple of the season, both in Triple-A and the Majors. He’s hitting .356/.426/.610 in September, to get his overall Triple-A batting line up to .274/.380/.460.
AA: Season Completed
High-A: Spokane 6, Eugene 1
- Jairo Pomares hit his first home run of the postseason, and was the source of Eugene’s only run of the day. Pomares hit .262/.269/.505 in Eugene, with five doubles, a triple, and six home runs in 26 games at High-A.
- Brandon Martorano had the Emeralds’ only other extra-base hit, a double. In 25 games with Eugen, Martarano had five doubles, as well as three doubles and two home runs in the regular season.
- Ismael Munguia picked up just a single hit, a veritable slump after he picked up nine hits in the series first two games.
- Kai-Wei Teng took a tough loss, allowing just two runs in 6.1 innings, but Eugene’s offense couldn’t keep up. He struck out seven in the game. On the season, Teng had 142 strikeouts in 95.2 innings, with 53 walks.
- Jesus Tona worked a quiet 1.1 innings at the end of the game. The converted catcher had a 3.27 ERA in 19 games during the regular season, scattered across every level except Double-A.
Low-A: Championship Series Off-Day
San Jose Notes:
- San Jose leads Fresno in the Best-of-5 series 2-0. The series returns to San Jose on Friday, and if needed, games will be played in San Jose on Saturday and Sunday.
ACL: Season Completed
DSL: DSL Giants Black 7, DSL Cardinals Red 2
DSL Giants Black Notes:
- Jose Ramos picked up two triples, giving him four on the season. He now has more triples than either doubles (3) or home runs (3) on the season in 27 games this summer.
- Diego Verbel picked up his first triple of the season. The two hits he had today were his first hits in September in seven games.
- Elian Rayo hit his sixth double of the season. In 98 at-bats, Rayo has six doubles, a triple, and a home run.
- Jose Rojas gave up a pair of runs on five hits and three walks. It was his first start since August 23rd. He’d made two relief appearances since then, with four innings with no hits and no walks allowed.
DSL: DSL Yankees2 9, DSL Giants Orange 8
DSL Giants Orange Notes:
- Ramon Peralta had his second straight multi-hit game, and has three of his nine doubles on the season over his last two games.
- Freddy Tremaria hit a double for the second straight game. He’s hit five doubles on the season, making up half of his 10 hits on the season. He’s 10-for-60 (.167).
- Rolfi Jimenez had his toughest start of the season, getting just one out around three walks and two hits. Jimenez has allowed 11 runs (8 earned) over his last three starts (8.2 IP), while he had allowed just nine runs (3 earned) in 33.1 IP over his first seven starts.
- Luis Yepez had the biggest appearance of his season, going a season-high 3.0 innings without allowing a hit. In September, he’s gone 7.0 IP over four appearances, allowing just one run on two hits (one a home run), with three walks to nine strikeouts.