Monday, June 2, 2014

Astros Minor League Recaps

Results for Sunday, June 1, 2014

Memphis 2, Oklahoma City 1

W- Nick Greenwood (3-2)
L- Bobby Doran (1-3)
S- David Aardsma (8)

OKC home runs: None.

The RedHawks were held to a Gregorio Petit single on offense. Matt Duffy brought in the lone run in the 5th on a groundout that scored Domingo Santana.

Bobby Doran pitched 5.2 innings and allowed 2 runs on 8 hits, walked 2, and struck out 3. Josh Zeid allowed a hit, walked 1, and fanned 2 over 2.1 scoreless, and Kevin Chapman worked around a hit to throw a scoreless 9th, striking out 1.

Nick Tropeano will take on Angel Castro in game 3 of this series. First pitch is at 7:05.

Northwest Arkansas 2, Corpus Christi 1

W- Andy Ferguson (3-5)
L- Michael Dimock (1-3)
S- Andrew Triggs (4)

The Hooks couldn't complete the sweep as the Naturals got 2 runs late in the game to get the victory.

Delino DeShields went 0-3 with 3 strikeouts, but he scored the only Corpus run and stole 2 bases (24). The 24 steals moves him ahead of Chan-Jong Moon for the organization lead in that category. Andrew Aplin went 2-4 with an RBI single in the 1st that put Corpus on the board first. Telvin Nash also stole his first base of the season.

The only dent on Kyle Smith's line was a solo homer to Mark Threlkeld in the 7th. He allowed 4 other hits, walked 1, and struck out 8 in 6.1 innings. Michael Dimock got the final 2 outs of the 7th, but was unable to retire the only batter he faced in the 8th. That run would end up scoring, and he took the loss for it. He allowed 3 hits and struck out 1. Alex Sogard pitched a scoreless 8th (well, he wasn't charged with any runs), but he allowed Dimock's runner to score, which turned out to be the go-ahead run. Sogard allowed 2 hits, walked 1, and struck out 2. Pat Urckfitz struck out 1 in a 1-2-3 9th.

The Hooks are in beautiful Midland to begin a 4-game series with the RockHounds. In the opener, Tommy Shirley will take on Drew Granier. First pitch is at 6:30.

Lancaster 3, Rancho Cucamonga 2

W- Kyle Westwood (4-3)
L- Rob Carson (0-1)

Lancaster home runs: Teoscar Hernandez (9, solo in 8th)

The JetHawks took game 3 from the Quakes as Teoscar's 8th-inning blast turned out to be the difference.

Well, after all the fireworks from Saturday, Sunday's tilt proved to be a quieter affair. 11 zeros were put up on the board before the JetHawks broke the scoreless tie with a pair in the 6th. Carlos Correa opened up the scoring with an RBI double. He then proceeded to steal 3rd (14), and when Rancho tried to pick him off 3rd, their C, Tyler Ogle, threw it away, which allowed him to score. After Rancho tied the game with 2 in the 7th, Teoscar untied it in the 8th. Hernandez finished 2-4 with 2 runs scored and a steal (16).

Gonzalo Sañudo kicked things off by allowing 3 hits and striking out 3 over 5 shutout innings. Kyle Westwood finished it off by pitching the final 4 innings. He allowed 2 unearned runs (both in the 7th) on 3 hits, walked 1, and struck out 2.

In the series finale, Lance McCullers will face Tom Windle at 6:30 Pacific.

Quad Cities 3, Wisconsin 2 through 5 innings

This game was suspended with 2 outs in the 5th due to rain. It will be resumed at 12:05, and then the regularly scheduled game will be a 7-inning affair. Andrew Thurman will be taking on Preston Gainey. What has happened so far?

Chan-Jong Moon kicked things off with a Moooooooooooooon-shot (a homage to Lexington's PA announcer) in the 1st. The solo blast was his 1st of the season. Brett Booth hit an RBI double in the 2nd, and Tyler White clubbed a solo shot (3) in the 4th. White has scored 2 of the 3 Quad Cities runs in this game, while Jon Kemmer is 2-2.

Kevin Comer pitched 3.1 innings and allowed 2 runs on 4 hits (solo homer), walked 3, and struck out 3. Albert Minnis, who was the last River Bandits pitcher in the game before its suspension, threw 1.1 scoreless and allowed 2 hits while striking out 2.

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