Scranton was off tonight
Trenton falls to Erie, 5-3
- Zach McAllister started for the Thunder, giving up a run on 2 hits and an uncharacteristic 3 walks in 4 innings, with 6 strikeouts. I’m not sure why Zach only lasted 4, but maybe he ran up a high pitch count with all the strikeouts and walks. His ERA in Trenton is 1.79.
- Mike Dunn gave up 4 runs on 5 hits in 2 2/3 innings, but struck out 5.
- Eduardo Nunez was 2 for 4 with his 5th homer of the season.
- Jorge Vazquez was 1 for 4.
- Jesus Montero, catching, was 2 for 3 with a double, his 4th AA homer (which have all occurred in the last 3 games), and a walk. He has 12 homers total on the season, at just past the halfway point. The guy is just unbelievable, raking in AA at 19. On the negative side, he allowed all 3 runners who attempted to steal successfully.
- Jack Rye, recently promoted, was 1 for 4 with a double.
Tampa’s doubleheader against Sarasota was postponed due to rain
Charleston falls to Greenville, 10-5
- Andrew Brackman had major control problems again, giving up 5 runs on no hits and 8 walks in 3 2/3 innings, with 4 strikeouts. On the season, Brackman has 52 walks in 72 1/3 innings, far too many. He has really taken a step backward with his control, but his strikeout rate is still promising. If he can get through this season healthy, that will be a success.
- Jose Pirela and Ray Kruml were each 2 for 5. Kruml had 2 steals and an outfield assist.
- Corban Joseph, who is heating up of late, was 2 for 4 with his 3rd homer of the season.
- Abe Almonte was 1 for 3 with a throwing error and a walk.
- Chase Weems was 1 for 3.
- Garrison Lassiter was 2 for 4 with a double.
SI shellacked by Lowell, 11-0
- Adam Warren, a 4th-round draft pick by the Yankees this year out of UNC, made his Yankee debut, and struggled. In 2 innings, Warren gave up 6 runs (3 earned) on 7 hits and walk, and struck out 3.
- 8th-round pick Sam Elam (out of Notre Dame) had Brackman-esque control problems, giving up 4 runs on 5 walks and 2 wild pitches.
- Gavin Brooks struck out 1 in a perfect inning of work.
- Jimmy Paredes was 1 for 2.
- Hector Rabago was 2 for 4, and showed his versatility by playing both catcher and 2nd base.
- Rob Lyerly was 1 for 2.
That’s all for tonight. Tomorrow is July 2, so many of the international free agent signings will be announced. I will try to have some analysis of the Yankee signees, but for further information, reading the tweets of BA’s Ben Badler, BP’s Kiley McDaniel, and ESPN Deportes’s Jorge Arangure is highly recommended. It sounds like the Yankees are working on a strong class, headlined by catcher Gary Sanchez, who is expected to get a 2.5 million dollar bonus.
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