Kyle Ginley had another dominant performance out of the pen last night. The Jays 17th round pick this year out of St Petersburg JC has had a strong year in Pulaski.
New Hampshire was the only affiliate to win on a 1-4 night in the minors.
Rochester 4 at Syracuse 3 (10 innings)
Josh Banks had a quality start going 7.2 innings and allowing three runs on 8 hits and 1 walk. He struck out 6. Francisco Rosario picked up the loss allowing a run in the 10th.
Russ Adams had 3 hits in 5 PAs, Mottola had two hits, and Adam Lind had a single and two walks. Lind's BB/K ratio is 18/14 in 81 ABs in Syracuse after going 25/87 in New Hampshire in 348 ABs. Try explaining that.
Reading 3 at New Hampshire 5
Michael MacDonald had one bad inning, but otherwise pitched a gem. He allowed a double and HR in the 5th, but on the night he allowed just three hits and didn't yield a walk. MacDonald struck out three.
Ryan Patterson is starting to get the AA home run stroke down - no easy accomplishment for a RH batter in Manchester. He hit his 4th HR in AA but also had his 4th AA error as well. The middle infield duo of Klosterman and Mayorson each had two hits.
Lakeland 5 at Dunedin 3
Aaron Matthews and Eric Arnold each hit solo HRs. Diaz and Davenport had two hits each for the D-Jays. Isenberg struggled allowing 5 runs (4 earned) in 5 innings. Eric Fowler came on in the 6th and pitched three scoreless innings.
Lansing - Scheduled Day off
Batavia 6 at Auburn 3
Scott Campbell continued his hot Tuesday hitting going 3-4. Hopkins and Baksh each had a double.
Greenville 3 at Pulaski 2 (10 innings)
The P-Jays managed just 5 hits on the night. Raul Barron had 2 of them and also walked in his 5 PAs.
Kyle Ginley entered the game in the third inning and pitched 5 scoreless innings, striking out 10 batters, walking two and allowing just one hit. In 26.2 innings Ginley has 42 Ks.
3 - Michael MacDonald
2 - Josh Banks
1 - Kyle Ginley