Saturday, November 22, 2014

Astros Fall and Winter League Recaps

Results for Friday, November 21, 2014


Adelaide 5, Brisbane 2

With the win, the Bite took the series. They put up a pair in the 5th and one more in the 6th to take a 3-0 lead, and after the Bandits whittled that lead down to 1, Adelaide got 2 more in the 8th for insurance. Chan-Jong Moon went 1-4, while Tyler Brunnemann got the save by retiring all 5 Bandits he faced, striking out 1.

The Bite will look for the sweep at 1:00 Australian Central Time. That's 8:30 PM tonight in Houston.


Caracas 3, Bravos 2

Danry Vásquez had to leave the game in the 4th due to a groin injury. L.J. Hoes came through with a big 2-run single in the bottom of the 7th, which pushed the Caracas lead to 3-0. Hoes had a hand in all 3 Caracas runs; he scored the first run of the game on a groundout in the bottom of the 4th.

Tonight, Caracas will be in La Guaira. First pitch is at 7:00 Venezuelan time.


Águilas 3, Escogido 2

Jonathan Villar finished 0-2 with a walk, a run scored, and a strikeout for Águilas.

Águilas' roadtrip continues against Estrellas at 7:30 Atlantic.

Estrellas 2, Licey 1

Domingo Santana got the start in LF for Licey and finished 0-3.

Licey will be out east, as they'll face Toros at 7:30 Atlantic.

Gigantes 5, Toros 1

Teoscar Hernandez's slump continued with an 0-4 night for Toros. Jandel Gustave was the first man out of the Gigantes bullpen and he got the win after throwing 2 perfect frames, striking out 1.

Gigantes is in the capital; they're taking on Escogido at 5:00 Atlantic.


Mexicali 6, Jalisco 2

Leo Heras went 0-4 with 2 strikeouts out of the leadoff spot for Jalisco.

This series continues at 6:00 Pacific.

Culiacán 10, Mazatlán 4

Gonzalo Sañudo was the first man out of the Culiacán pen; he was charged with a blown save because he allowed a solo homer to Erick Rodriguez in the 6th, which tied the game at 4. However, los Tomateros scored 6 unanswered to close out the game, and Sañudo was given the W. That homer was the only hit he allowed in the 6th; he also struck out 2.

These two teams will play once again, at 6:00 Mountain.


Caguas 3, San Juan 2

Edwin Medina, who was the Astros' 33rd-round pick in the 2014 draft, made an appearance in the 9th as a pinch-runner for San Juan.

San Juan will host Santurce in the local derby. First pitch is at 7:30 Atlantic.

Mayagüez 0, Carolina 0 through 5.5 innings

Carolina has a runner on 1st. This game was suspended due to rain. Jobduan Morales is currently 0-2 with a K for Carolina.

Carolina will take on Caguas at 7:30 Atlantic.

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