Monday, July 24, 2017

Astros Minor League Recaps

Results for Sunday, July 23, 2017

Let's play two in Midland!

Fresno 11, Round Rock 8

W- Rogelio Armenteros (4-0, 6-3 season)
L- Tyler Wagner (1-9)
S- Dayan Diaz (2)

Fresno home runs: Jon Kemmer (15, solo in 6th), Teoscar Hernandez (12, 2-run in 5th), Preston Tucker (19, 2-run in 6th), Reid Brignac (13, solo in 7th)

The Grizzlies scored 10 of their 11 runs from the 4th-7th innings to take control of this game, and the outburst proved to be enough to withstand a late Express rally.

Rogelio Armenteros went 5.2 innings and allowed 4 runs (3 earned) on 6 hits (3 solo homers), walked 1, and struck out 8. Brendan McCurry threw 1.1 innings as the first man out of the Fresno bullpen and issued a walk and hit another batter. Ashur Tolliver allowed a run on a sac fly, a single, walked 2, and struck out 1 in the 8th.

Reymin Guduan got 2 outs in the 9th via strikeout but also allowed 3 runs (1 inherited runner charged to him) on 2 hits and walked 2. Dayan Diaz was greeted with an RBI single after coming on, but he was able to get the final out of the game.

J.D. Davis put Fresno on the board with an RBI single in the 2nd inning and added another one to his ledger in the 4th. Jon Kemmer smacked a solo homer in the 5th. D.J. Fisher followed with a single and Teoscar Hernandez sent him home with a home run.

The Grizz scored 4 in the 6th as Tony Kemp scored on a wild pitch following a triple, D.J. Fisher hit an RBI single, and Preston Tucker whacked a 2-run homer. Reid Brignac led off the 7th with a homer and Juan Centeno drove in the last Fresno run with an RBI single.

Davis went 3-5 on the night, while Kemp (3B, R), Fisher (RBI, 2 R), Teoscar (2-R HR, 2 R), and Big Tuck (2-R HR, 2 R) all finished with 2 hits.

David Martinez will be on the mound as Fresno looks for the sweep. First pitch is at 7:05 Eastern.

Game 1: Midland 12, Corpus Christi 2

W- Dustin Hurlbutt (3-1)
L- Franklin Perez (0-1, 4-3 season)

CC home runs: Ramon Laureano (6, led off game), Jason Martin (9, 16 season; solo in 4th)

The Hounds were unleashed on the Hooks in game 1 of the doubleheader.

Ramon Laureano led off the game with a homer and Jason Martin smacked a solo shot of his own in the 4th inning. Laureano had two of Corpus Christi's three hits in game 1; Martin's homer was the other one.

Franklin Perez went 4 innings and allowed 5 runs (4 earned) on 7 hits, walked 2, and struck out 2. Nick Hernandez and Ryan Thompson pitched an inning apiece; Hernandez allowed 5 runs (2 earned) on 3 hits, walked 1, and struck out 1 in the 5th, while Thompson allowed a 2-run homer to Max Schrock in the 6th, one of 4 hits that he allowed in the inning. He also struck out 1.

Would the Hooks' fortunes turn out a little better in game 2?

Game 2: Midland 13, Corpus Christi 1

W- A.J. Puk (1-3)
L- Josh James (4-4)

CC home runs: None.

Nope.

Dex McCall went 3-3 and his RBI single in the 4th was the Hooks' only scoring play in game 2. He accounted for 75% of Corpus Christi's hits in this game, which were all singles; Jamie Ritchie had the other hit.

Josh James went 3.1 innings and allowed 5 runs (3 earned, 1 inherited runner charged to him) on 7 hits, walked 2, and struck out 3. Andrew Thome was the first man out of the Corpus bullpen and went 1.2 innings, allowing a run on 2 hits, walking 2, and striking out 3. Andrew Walter allowed 6 runs (2 inherited runners charged to him) on 5 hits (2-run homer) and walked 1 while only getting one out in the 6th. Riley Ferrell got the last two outs of the 6th, one via strikeout, but not before allowing a 3-run homer to B.J. Boyd that also allowed the two runners he inherited from Walter to score.

Akeem Bostick gets the start as Corpus begins a 4-game series with San Antonio. He'll take on Enyel De Los Santos at 7:05.

Buies Creek 7, Carolina 1

W- Cionel Perez (1-0, 5-3 season)
L- Marcos Diplan (6-6)

BC home runs: None.

Buies Creek busted this game open early with a 5-run 3rd inning. Meanwhile, Cionel Perez and Justin Ferrell shackled the Mudcats offense.

Cionel allowed a run on 5 hits, walked 1, and struck out 5 in 7 innings, and Ferrell finished it off by striking out all 6 Carolina hitters he faced.

Randy César scored the first run of the game on a wild pitch in the 2nd inning.

Yordan Alvarez singled with one out in the 3rd and scored the first run of the frame on a Jake Rogers double. Rogers came home on a Taylor Jones single. César singled and Spencer Johnson walked to load the bases for Alex De Goti, who ripped a 2-run double. Anibal Sierra added a sac fly. César capped off the scoring with a sac fly in the 4th.

Alvarez went 4-5 to bust out of his brief slump. César (RBI, 2 R) and De Goti (2B, 2 RBI) both finished 2-3.

Ryan Hartman takes the mound as the Carolina Stros begin a 3-game series with Winston-Salem. He'll go up against Bernardo Flores at 7:00 Eastern.

Great Lakes 6, Quad Cities 3

W- Dustin May (6-5)
L- Yohan Ramirez (2-3)
S- Angel German (6)

QC home runs: None.

Great Lakes took control with a 4-run 7th inning to break a 2-2 tie.

Quad Cities tied it with 2 in the 6th as Josh Rojas hit an RBI single and came home on a Troy Sieber double. Ronnie Dawson went 2-4 with an RBI single in the 9th.

Carlos Sanabria pitched 5 innings and allowed an unearned run on a single, walked 2, and struck out 5. The Loons tagged Yohan Ramirez for 5 runs on 7 hits in his 3 innings; he also issued a walk, hit a batter, and struck out 3. Devon Carr got two flyouts and a popout in a 1-2-3 9th.

Ronel Blanco faces Leo Crawford in the series finale, which begins at 1:15.

Tri-City 5, Vermont 4

W- Jesús Balaguer (1-1)
L- Marc Berube (2-1)

TC home runs: Jake Adams (6, solo in 6th)

The ValleyCats scored 4 of their 5 runs over the last 4 innings of this game to steal it from the Lake Monsters.

Juan Robles went 3.2 innings and allowed 3 runs on 6 hits, walked 1, and struck out 3. Colin McKee was the first man out of the Tri-City bullpen and allowed a run on a sac fly, a single, walked 4, and struck out 3. Jesús Balaguer walked 1 and fanned 3 over 2 scoreless to get the win.

Andy Piñeda reached on an error to lead off the 3rd and scored TC's first run on a J.J. Matijevic double. Jake Adams whacked a solo homer in the 6th. Tri-City tied the game in the 7th thanks to a Jonathan Arauz RBI double and an Adams groundout that allowed Kyle Davis to score. Arauz scored the go-ahead run on a Reid Russell groundout.

Adams, Arauz, and Carlos Canelon all finished with 2 hits on the evening.

Tri-City and Vermont will continue their series at 7:05 Eastern.

Greeneville and Pulaski was postponed

Due to rain. This game will be made up as part of a doubleheader in Pulaski on August 17.

The Appy Astros return to action tonight when they start a 3-game series with the Princeton Rays at 7:00 Eastern.

Sunday's Stars

All photos are from Jayne unless stated otherwise.

Cionel Perez's photo taken by Rich Guill.
Buies Creek Astros pitchers: W 7-1 vs. Carolina
Cionel Perez: W (1-0, 5-3 season), 7 IP, 5 H, ER, BB, 5 K
Justin Ferrell: 2 IP, 6 K; perfect outing

 Carlos Sanabria, RHP, Quad Cities
5 IP, H, unearned run, 2 BB, 5 K

J.D. Davis, 3B, Teoscar Hernandez, OF, and Preston Tucker, OF, Fresno
Davis: 3-5, 2 RBI, R
Hernandez: 2-4, 2-R HR (12), 2 R
Tucker: 2-3, 2-R HR (19), 2 R

Ramon Laureano, OF, and Dex McCall, 1B, Corpus Christi
Laureano: 2-4, solo HR (6), SB (21) in game 1 of doubleheader
McCall: 3-3, RBI in game 2 of doubleheader

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