No Hitter and Baby Vladdy

Friday, July 15 2016 @ 02:07 AM EDT

Contributed by: sam

Lots of action on the farm tonight. We had a no-hitter and an impressive display from a stud prospect. However, the farm registered just two wins.


Dalton Pompey had two hits, stole a bag, and threw a runner out at second from center. Darrell Ceciliani and Domonic Brown had two hits apiece. The Bisons got a shutout inning from Franklin Morales.

NEW HAMPSHIRE 6 Portland 4

Rowdy Tellez (Tellez stole a bag too!) and Christian Lopes had two hits and Jason Leblebijian homered. On the mound Taylor Cole pitched five innings of one run baseball.

BRADENTON 10 Dunedin 7

Sean Reid-Foley was hit around in his five and two-thirds innings of work. He allowed six earned on eight hits. He struck out six to no walks. Anthony Alford had two hits, as did Ryan McBroom. Danny Jansen one-up’d them with three hits. McBroom though could boast that both his hits were doubles. Chris Colabello had a double in four trips to the plate.

Lansing 2 PEORIA 3

Ryan Borucki allowed two earned in five innings of work. The lugnuts kicked the ball around in the bottom of the seventh to allow the home Chiefs to walk off.

Lansing 0 PEORIA 1

Jordan Romano and Josh DeGraaf no-hit the Chiefs, but fell due to a DeGraaf error.

Vancouver 1 BOISE 7

Luis Sanchez allowed two runs (one earned) over five innings of work. Matt Smoral is still hanging around the organization and pitched an inning—striking out three, walking two, uncorking two wild pitches, and hitting a batter for good measure. You are a bust Mr. Smoral. Yeltsin Gudino doesn’t seem too far behind.

PRINCETON 10 Bluefield 6

Baby Vladdy had a day. He went deep, doubled twice, and singled. Nick Sinay and Earl Burl III were three-for-three. Matt Morgan homered and doubled. Jose Nova pitched five shutout innings.

GCL BLUE JAYS 10 GCL Phillies 4

Bo Bichette has had a nice little start to his professional career. He had two more hits tonight. Joel Espinal pitched five innings of one run baseball.

DSL ORIOLES1 6 DSL Blue Jays 4

Three Stars

3. Dalton Pompey

2. Vladimir Guerrero Jr.

1. Jordan Romano and Josh DeGraaf

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