Buffalo – All-Star Break
New Hampshire 4 – Portland 0
Ryan Tepera had possibly the best start of his career tonight, as he pitched 8 scoreless innings giving up 4 hits, with no walks and 7 strikeouts. Scott Gracey finished the game, pitching a scoreless 9th inning giving up a hit, with one strikeout.
Melky Cabrera had 2 hits, in third rehab game with New Hampshire. AJ Jimenez, Ryan Schimpf and Kevin Ahrens each had a double with a RBI contributing to the offense tonight.
Dunedin 4 – 6 Fort Myers
Kyle Drabek started today, against superstar prospect Byron Buxton and the Fort Myers Miracle. Kyle continued to pitch well coming back from TJS, and pitched 3 scoreless innings, giving up a hit, with 2 strikeouts. John Anderson gave up two runs pitching in the fourth and fifth innings. Dayton Marze gave up a triple to Byron Buxton in the 7th, later allowing him to score. Blake McFarland pitched the 9th inning giving up 3 earned runs and being credited with the game loss.
Mike Crouse hit a grand-slam in the 8th inning, in a day which Dunedin only managed to put together 5 hits.
Lansing 0 - Clinton 1
Despite only giving up 4 hits, Lansing lost today in a pitching duel between the two teams. Taylor Cole pitched 6 innings, only giving up one unearned run, with 2 walks and 5 strikeouts.
Lansing only got one base runner today, when Dalton Pompey was hit by a pitch. Otherwise, 18 year old starter Victor Sanchez had a perfect game, 9 innings with zeros across the board, with 8 strikeouts.
Vancouver 6 – Everett 7
Kyle Anderson started, going 5 innings for the Canadians, giving up one earned run, but the bullpen had an offday, giving up 5 runs in the 6th, and 7th inning.
The offense today managed to have 12 hits, which totaled 6 runs. Andy Fermin had four hits, including a home run and a double. Christian Vazquez, and David Harris each had 2 hits including a double.
Bluefield 9 – Burlington 1 (Resumed game from July 10th)
This game was a continuation of a suspended game from July 10th the game appears to have been resumed in the 5th inning. Alberto Tirado started the resumed game after the suspension a week ago. Alberto pitched 5 strong innings, giving up 2 hits, one unearned run, with no walks, and three strikeouts.
In the 7th inning, Bluefield exploded for 6 runs, DJ Davis, Dawel Lugo, Garrett Gustons, and Tim Locastro each had a double contributing to the inning.
Bluefield 4 – Burlington 3 (7 Innings)
Today, Jario Labourt, and Yeyfry Del Rosario were the tandem starters, with Jairo Labourt starting the first 3 innings in which he gave up one earned run. Yeyfry started the 4th inning, and he gave up 4 hits over 3 scoreless innings pitched.
GCL Blue Jays 15 – GCL Tigers 5 (7 Innings)
The GCL Blue Jays had 19 hits, and two walks today which combined for 15 runs. Thomas Collins had 2 HR, with 4 RBI, Josh Almonte had two doubles with three runs scored. As well Andres De Aza contributed to the attack, with three hits, and three runs scored.
Jesus Tinoco, and Kamakani Usui combined to pich 7 innings, giving up 10 hits, 5 earned runs, with two walks, and 6 strikeouts.
GCL Blue Jays 7 – GCL Tigers 8 (Makeup of July 1st RainOut, 4 innings)
Daniel Lietz was victimized by poor Blue Jays defense, as he gave up 11 hits, with 8 runs, of which only 2 were earned. Corey Gorman pitched two scoreless innings, in the 3rd and 4th innings with two walks, and two strikeouts.
Gabriel Cenas had a double with three RBI, and Thomas Collins continued to hit, as he was 2-4 with 2 runs scored.
DSL Blue Jays 22 - DSL Braves 3
The DSL Blue Jays had their best offensive game of the season in which they had 20 hits, and 14 walks, which amounted to 22 runs. It was a combined attack across the board, Juan Tejada, and Rodgrigo Orozco each had 4 hits and 4 RBI each.
Francis Eduardo pitched the first three innings, giving up 3 hits, 3 earned runs, with 3 walks, and 2 strikeouts. Johnathan Torres, Denis Diaz, and Rauly Castillo combined to pitch the next 6 scoreless innings in relief.