AAA: Tacoma 10, Sacramento 4


Sacramento Notes:

  • Wyatt Mathisen got his second home run with Sacramento, facing his old team in Tacoma and matching the total he had with them.  Mathisen is batting .310/.394/.621 in eight games with Sacramento after hitting .137/.310/.225 in 32 games at Tacoma.
  • Braden Bishop, another former Rainier, collected three hits and his 15th double of the season with the River Cats.  He’s batting .324/.378/.532 as a River Cat.
  • Jason Krizan got his 24th double of the season as he has had an excellent Triple-A season.  He’s got a slash line of .328/.377/.519 with 24 doubles, a triple, and 15 home runs in 95 games, and just 58 strikeouts in 372 at-bats.
  • Sean Hjelle had a rough first inning, with his own error leading to six unearned runs out of seven. in the inning.  The three innings is his shortest start since joining Triple-A.  As a River Cat, he’s struck out just 17 to 16 walks in 32.0 innings.

AA: Akron 11, Richmond 7


Richmond Notes:

  • Jacob Heyward collected his 10th home run of the season on a 2-hit day.  It was his first game since he pinch hit on August 28th (and the team missed a week of games).  Heyward is batting a career-low .194, but is two home runs away from matching his career high of 12, which he reached in 2018 in San Jose.
  • Will Wilson picked up a pair of doubles, getting his batting average above the Mendoza Line.  He now has eight doubles and five home runs in 43 games at Richmond, with a .206/.303/.345 batting line.
  • Matt Frisbee had his worst start since returning to Double-A, with seven runs on seven hits and a walk, with two home runs allowed.  Frisbee has 26 home runs allowed this season, 16 over 11 games in Sacramento, with 10 in 10 games at Richmond.
  • Ryan Walker had his second game back in Richmond.  In four games at Double-A, he’s allowed a run in 6.0 innings, with four strikeouts and no walks.

High-A: Eugene 4, Everett 1


Eugene Notes:

  • Jairo Pomares hit his fifth home run of the season in Eugene, and 19th overall.  Pomares has a .300/.309/.575 batting line after 20 games in High-A, with five doubles, a triple, and five home runs.
  • Marco Luciano had his second triple in High-A, and after 30 games, he has two doubles, two triples and one home run in Eugene.  He’s got a .212/.266/.292 batting line as one of the youngest players in High-A at 20 years old.
  • Ricardo Genovés hit his second double in as many days, and he now has the exact same number of extra-base hits in 60 games at Eugene as he did in 38 games at San Jose.  He has 11 doubles and six home runs at each level.
  • Ismael Munguia’s run continues, with his sixth straight multi-hit game.  He’s 13-for-26 (.500) on the streak, with two doubles and a home run.  His batting line is up to .329/.361/.484 with his surge since August.
  • Kai-Wei Teng had a huge day, with a new career-high in strikeouts with 13, out of 24 batters faced.  He has now struck out 130 in 88.2 innings, with 52 walks.

Low-A: San Jose 16, Stockton 6


San Jose Notes:

  • Luis Toribio hit his seventh home run of the season, his first since August 21st, 14 games ago.  He’s got a batting line of .233/.357/.362.
  • Yorlis Rodriguez is on a bit of a run, having hit his third home run in the last four games, giving him four in San Jose on the season over 21 games.
  • Patrick Bailey picked up two doubles, giving him 14 with San Jose.  He’s just gotten hotter this month, going 13-for-30 (.433) with four doubles and two home runs in eight games in September.
  • Prelander Berroa gave up three earned runs for the second straight game, as his ERA rose to 3.28 on the season.  He’s still striking out batters, with 133 strikeouts in 96.0 innings on the season.

ACL: ACL Cubs 6, ACL Giants Black 0


ACL Giants Black Notes:

  • Rayner Santana got one of the team’s two hits, increasing his batting line on the season to .229/.309/.361 overall between the two ACL teams.
  • Diego Velasquez picked up the other hit, his first hit since August 24th, a span of ten games.  HIs batting average dropped from .284 to .219 in the span.
  • Odue Civada had another rough start, as his ERA rose to 7.89 after allowing four runs in 3.0 innings.  Civada has struck out 31 to 10 walks in 21.2 innings.

ACL: ACL Giants Orange 5, ACL D-backs 3


ACL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Donovan McIntyre collected his first double of the season, plus another walk and strikeout.  In 39 at-bats, McIntyre has struck out 21 times to just seven walks.
  • Garrett Frechette is on a 5-game hitting streak, now 7-for-19 (.368) with two doubles over that span.
  • Trevor McDonald matched his season-high in strikeouts with eight, but also gave up a season-high with six hits.  His ERA dropped to 4.09, the lowest it had been since the first two games of the season.

DSL: DSL Phillies White 9, DSL Giants Black 2


DSL Giants Black Notes:

  • Jose Ramos got one of the team’s only three hits, getting his third double of the season.  Ramos has a .281/.370/.531 batting line this summer.
  • Jorge Martinez had one of his toughest starts, but didn’t get much help from his defense, with four errors (including one of his own) leading to four unearned runs.  But he also gave up a season-high seven hits, and has allowed a batting average of .270.

DSL: DSL Brewers2 12, DSL Giants Orange 10


DSL Giants Orange Notes:

  • Wueslly Lespe got his first home run of the summer in his 18th game.  He is 10-for-44 with a double and a home run this season.
  • Samuel Reyes hit his fifth double of the season, but also struck out twice.  He’s 20-for-77 (.260) with five doubles and three triples this season, but also has 12 walks to just 11 strikeouts.
  • Rolfi Jimenez allowed more than one earned run for the first time, as he allowed five runs (two earned) on a season-high seven hits, two walks, a hit batter, and three errors.  His ERA jumped from 0.81 to 1.23 in his eighth start of the season.


A note about next week’s series for Eugene.  The Tri-City Dust Devils are cancelling their series this week as they deal with contact tracing.  They would face Eugene starting on Tuesday, assuming things clear up.

Richmond lost a week not long ago due to a similar issue.