Friday, August 14, 2015

Astros Minor League Recaps

Results for Thursday, August 13, 2015

Grizzlies roll.

Fresno 10, Albuquerque 4

W- Asher Wojciechowski (7-2)
L- John Lannan (6-7)

Fresno home runs: Matt Duffy (17, 3-run in 5th)

The Grizzlies scored in the first 5 innings, which took away the sting of a 3-run 2nd inning from the Isotopes, and jumped out to a 9-4 lead.

L.J. Hoes, Matt Duffy, and Tyler White all had 3 hits apiece to pace a 15-hit assault from Fresno. Hoes had a double, walked, and scored 3 runs. Duffy hit an RBI single in the 2nd, whacked a 3-run homer in the 5th, and scored 2 runs. White had a couple of RBI singles and drove in another run on a fielder's choice. Jonathan Villar went 2-6 with an RBI single in the 2nd, stole a base (28), and scored 3 runs. Tyler Heineman went 2-5 with a double, an RBI single, and scored a run.

Asher Wojciechowski went 5.2 innings and allowed 4 runs on 6 hits (3-run homer), walked 3, and struck out 5. Jordan Jankowski walked 1 and struck out 3 in 1.1 innings, and Kevin Chapman allowed a hit and struck out 1 over 2 innings.

The Grizzlies will look for the sweep as Brett Oberholzer faces off against Aaron Laffey. First pitch is at 7:05 Mountain.

Arkansas 6, Corpus Christi 2

W- Sean Newcomb (1-0)
L- Edison Frias (0-1, 8-5 season)

CC home runs: None.

The Hooks were foiled in their bid to sweep the series as the Travs used a 5-run 2nd to spur them on to a win.

Jack Mayfield opened up the scoring with an RBI single in the 1st. He finished 2-4 and also scored on a double play in the 9th inning.

Edison Frias allowed 5 runs (4 earned, 1 inherited runner charged to him) on 4 hits, walked 4, and struck out 3 in 1.1 innings. Aaron West went 3.2 innings and allowed an unearned run on 2 hits and struck out 4. Travis Ballew allowed 3 hits, walked 1, and fanned 2 over 3 scoreless.

The Hooks are in Northwest Arkansas to conclude their final tour of the Natural State in 2015. Brian Holmes will face Luke Farrell in game 1 of this series. First pitch is at 7:15.

Lancaster 5, Inland Empire 2

W- Akeem Bostick (4-4, 7-5 season)
L- Victor Alcantara (6-10)
S- Michael Freeman (2)

Lancaster home runs: Chase McDonald (23, 2-run in 2nd), D.J. Fisher (15, 21 season; 2-run in 3rd)

The JetHawks took 2 of 3 from the 66ers as they look to keep pace in the California League South, where 4 teams are separated by just 3 games in the 2nd half.

4 of their 5 runs came on a couple of 2-run homers from Chase McDonald and D.J. Fisher. For McDonald, it's his 6th home run in his last 10 contests [Note from Jayne: And 7 in his last 11!]. Mott Hyde finished 3-4 with an RBI single in the 6th.

Akeem Bostick delivered 6 solid innings as he allowed 2 runs on 7 hits, walked 2, and struck out 4. Michael Freeman took care of the final 3 innings; he allowed a hit and fanned 2.

Bryan Radziewski will be on the mound tonight as the JetHawks begin a new series in San Jose. He'll face a rehabbing Tim Hudson at 7:00 Pacific.

Fort Wayne 3, Quad Cities 0

W- Dinelson Lamet (4-6)
L- Agapito Barrios (1-1)
S- Kyle McGrath (2)

QC home runs: None.

The Banditos were swept out of Fort Wayne as they were shut out in the final 2 games of this series. This was the first time that they've been swept in a series all season.

Ramon Laureano and Jason Martin had 2 hits apiece. All 8 Quad Cities hits were singles.

Agapito Barrios went 6 innings and allowed 2 runs on 5 hits (solo homer), walked 1, and struck out 4. Riley Ferrell allowed an unearned run on 2 hits and struck out 1 in the 7th, and Jorge Perez walked 1 in a scoreless 8th.

The River Bandits will make their way to suburban Cleveland to begin a 3-game series with the Lake County Captains. Elieser Hernandez will start game 1 for the Banditos, and he'll take on Anderson Polanco at 7:00 Eastern.

Auburn 7, Tri-City 5

W- Luis Torres (5-0)
L- Yeyfry Del Rosario (3-2)
S- Kevin Mooney (1)

TC home runs: Aaron Mizell (1, solo in 1st)

Auburn scored 5 in the final 3 innings to win game 2 of this series. The ValleyCats, on the other hand, scored 3 in the 8th, but that outburst wasn't enough. This game had been deadlocked at 2 after 6 innings.

Aaron Mizell's first pro homer put Tri-City on the board in the 1st inning. Anthony Hermelyn added a sac fly in the 4th. In the 8th, Mizell scored on a Dex McCall groundout. Later in the inning, Hermelyn hit an RBI single, and Brooks Marlow ripped an RBI double. Mizell finished a triple shy of the cycle in 5 at-bats, and Hermelyn finished 2-3. McCall drew 4 walks.

Trent Thornton went 4 innings and allowed 2 runs on 7 hits, walked 1, and fanned 2. Yeyfry Del Rosario pitched 2.1 innings and had 2 inherited runners charged to him (1 run was earned). He allowed 2 hits, walked 1, and struck out 3. Juan Carlos Santos, in addition to allowing both of the runners he inherited from Del Rosario to score, allowed 2 of his own in 1.2 innings. He allowed 3 hits, walked 2, and struck out 1. David Schmidt allowed an unearned run, a hit, walked 1, and struck out 1 in the 9th.

In the rubber game of this series, Rogelio Armenteros will face Taylor Guilbeau at 7:00 Eastern.

Pulaski 10, Greeneville 6

W- Simon De La Rosa (4-2)
L- Devonte German (3-2)

Greeneville home runs:: Kyle Tucker (1, 3 season; solo in 4th)

A 6-0 deficit after the 1st inning proved to be too much for the Appy Astros to overcome.

Kyle Tucker finished 3-5 and hit his first home run in the Appalachian League to begin the 4th inning. He added an RBI double to his ledger in the 9th inning. Justin Garcia hit an RBI single in the 3rd, Rodrigo Ayarza hit one of his own in the 8th, and in the 9th, Connor Goedert ripped an RBI double, and Randy Cesar added an RBI single. Ayarza finished 2-5.

Devonte German allowed 3 hits, but he also allowed 6 runs and walked 3 while only getting 2 outs. Starlyng Sanchez was the first man out; he went 2.1 innings and allowed 2 runs (1 earned) on 1 hit, walked 2, and struck out 4. Alejandro Solarte was the only Greeneville pitcher to have a scoreless appearance. He allowed 2 hits and fanned 1 in 2 innings, and Edgardo Sandoval allowed 2 runs (1 earned) on 4 hits and struck out 4 over 3 innings.

Matt Bower will make his first career start tonight at 7:00 Eastern.

GCL Astros 4, GCL Yankees2 2 in 5 innings

W- Carlos Sanabria (2-3)
L- Daris Vargas (2-3)

GCL home runs: None.

This game was called after 5 innings due to rain. A win is a win, though.

Patrick Sandoval allowed a run on 3 hits and struck out 2 in 2 innings. Carlos Sanabria did what Sandoval did in 3 innings.

Marcos Almonte scored the Blue team's first run on an error in the 1st. Later, Bryan De La Cruz hit an RBI single. Almonte hit an RBI groundout in the 2nd, and Ihan Bernal scored on a wild pitch in the 4th.

DSL Indians 6, DSL Astros Blue 2

W- Orlando Cedeño (2-2)
L- Hansel Paulino (1-4)
S- Jean Carlos Mejia (1)

Blue home runs: Ronny Jimenez (1, solo in 5th)

Ronny Jimenez went deep for the first time in his career in the 5th inning, and Wilson Amador added a sac fly later in the inning.

Ricardo Castro got the start and allowed 2 hits, walked 1, and fanned 5 over 5 shutout innings.

DSL Astros Orange 10, DSL Angels 7

W- Angelo Serrano (2-0)
L- Anderson Montilla (1-5)

Orange home runs: Anthony Rodriguez 2 (3; 2-run in 2nd, grand slam in 8th)

Huge day for Anthony Rodriguez as he smacked 2 homers and drove in 6. Nicolás Miranda went 3-4 with 2 RBI singles and 3 runs scored.

Harlen Florencio struck out 1 in a 1-2-3 5th, while Angelo Serrano allowed 2 runs on 3 hits, walked 3, and struck out 2.

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