Here is the box score recap.
Here’s the affiliate scoreboard from MiLB.
Lehigh Valley was one hit and lost to Pawtucket, 3-0. Jose Taveras (1.54) pitched a five-hit shutout for six innings walking one and striking out seven. Casey Fien (3.21) gave up a 3-run HR in his one inning. Colton Murray (5.53) pitched a one-hit final inning.
Cameron Perkins (.285) first inning single was the IronPigs only base hit. Kingery started at third, Crawford at second.
Reading matched scoring with Harrisburg until they took their first lead in the eighth inning and won 7-4. Cole Irvin gave up 3 early runs but lasted six innings. He gave up 3 hits and 3 walks, and struck out four. Tom Wiindle (3-2, 4.53) gave up a run in two innings but secured the win. Victor Arano (4.54) picked up his 9th save.
The Phils answered with one run in the first inning on Kyle Martin’s two-out, RBI single; and two runs in the second on two-out, RBI doubles by Zack Coppola and Jiandido Tromp. The Phils took the lead with 4 runs in the eighth off Jimmy Cordero on Christian Marrero’s two-out grand slam (2). Tromp had 3 hits, Martin and Malquin Canelo had 2 hits each.
Clearwater lost a rain-shortened game one, 3-1, and game two was cancelled. Sixto Sanchez (0-3, 4.37) held the Tigers to 3 hits but he issued 5 walks in the rain and the defense committed 3 errors that contributed to 2 unearned runs among the 3 that Sanchez allowed. He struck out three, one on a 98 MPH FB.
Wilson Garcia had 2 of the Threshers 5 hits. Their only run came on an Edgar Cabral sacrifice fly that almost left the field for a slam in the fifth inning.
Lakewood scored a tie-breaking run in the top of the ninth to defeat Kannapolis, 7-6. Adonis Medina (3.17) gave up 2 runs (only one earned) on five hits and 3 walks while striking out three in five innings. Ismael Cabrera (3.63) blew the save giving up 3 runs on 5 hits and two innings. Jake Kelzer (1-1, 4.12) also blew a save with a solo HR in one inning, but got the win. Will Hibbs (1.92) struck out two in one inning for his 18th save.
The BlueClaws scored a run in the first inning on Arquimedes Gamboa’s SF following Adam Haseley’s lead off triple. They scored 2 more in the third on Mickey Moniak’s 2-out, 2-run HR (5). And scored another run in the fourth on Colby Fitch’s solo HR (2). After falling behind, the Claws score 2 runs in the eighth on RBI singles by Darick Hall and Henri Lartigue. Gamboa’s two-out, solo HR (6) in the ninth proved to be the game-winner.
Gamboa and Moniak had 2 hits, a HR, and 2 RBI each. Fitch had 2 hits and a HR. Haseley had 2 hits.
Williamsport scored singlwe runs in the sixth, seventh, and eighth innings to beat State College, 3-2. Ramon Rosso (4.50) pitched six innings and gave up 2 runs on 5 hits and 2 walks. He struck out six. Kyle Dohy (2-1, 4.80) struck out 5 in two innings and got the win. Luis Ramirez (2.00) earned his 11th save.
The Crosscutters scored a run in the sixth on Josh Stephen’s RBI double. They scored in the seventh on Jake Scheiner’s lead off HR (3). And in the eighth on Cole Stobbe’s RBI double. Nick Maton and Greg Pickett had 2 hits each.
The GCL Phillies do not play regular season games on Sunday.
- 8/27 – Phillies optioned RHP Drew Anderson to Lehigh Valley
- 8/27 – Phillies recalled Nick Pivetta from Lehigh Valley
- The organization’s rosters are up to date.
- The organization’s injury list is as up to date as I can make it.
- The organization’s Rule 5 eligibility list is as accurate as I can make it based on the information I was able to find.