Clearwater (16-19, 52-49) split with Bradenton, winning 2-1 and losing 4-1.
Game One: Julian Garcia pitched six innings and gave up one run on 3 hits and a walk. He struck out five. Tyler Carr threw a perfect inning with a strike out for his second save. The Threshers scored a run in the second inning on a force out. They took the lead on Madison Stokes’ solo HR (10) in the fourth. Stokes went 2-3 with 2 runs scored. The Threshers had just 5 hits.
Game Two: Alejandro Requena pitched five+ innings and gave up 4 runs on seven hits. He struck out six, but was lifted after issuing 2 walks following the second solo HR he allowed. Keylan Killgore came in with two on and nobody out. He walked his first batter, but navigated the inning without allowing a run. Killgore followed that up with a 1-2-3 seventh and a combined line of 2.0 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 2 K.
The Threshers scored a run in the second inning on Daniel Brito’s RBI single. As has become their MO, the Threshers were unable to drive in runs. They went 1-6 with RISP after going 0-3 in the first. Madison Stokes went 2-3 with a double.
Lehigh Valley (48-51) beat Toledo, 5-3.
Ramon Rosso pitched six, one-run innings allowing 5 hits and walking a batter. He struck out five. J.D. Hammer pitched one inning and gave up a 2-run HR after walking a batter. He struck out two. Austin Davis pitched 0.2 scoreless innings. Edgar Garcia got the final 4 outs and the win.
The IronPigs scored a run in the second inning on Shane Robinson’s RBI single, a run in the third on Deivy Grullon’s RBI single, and a run in the fifth on Ali Castillo’s RBI single. They went ahead for good with 2 runs in the eighth on two wild pitches.
Jan Hernandez had 3 hits. Castillo and Malquin Canelo had 2 hits each.
Reading (21-12, 60-41) split with Binghamton, losing 2-1 and winning 8-6.
Game One: Connor Seabold (2.25) pitched four innings and gave up 2 runs (1 ER) on 4 hits and 3 walks. He struck out four. Aaron Brown (3.35) followed with three, one-hit innings and 2 strike outs. The Phils’ lone run came on Darick Hall’s solo HR (17) in the fourth inning. The Phils had 4 other hits – singles by Moniak, Randolph, Stephen, and a double by Aaron Brown. Here are a couple of observations tweeted out by Baseball HQ’s Brent Hershey who was at the game.
Seabold finished after 4 (73 p); 4H, 2R, 3BB, 4K. Some success working offspeed away / FB in, but control only average. FB 92-93 mostly; effective when down in zone.
Seabold mostly 91-93, T94 thru 2; a tick more than my view last yr. 82-84 SL, only moderate break; 82-84 CH v LHH effective so far. 3 Ks; 1 BB
Game Two: Tyler Viza got rocked in a AA start, moving a little closer to the door maybe. He gave up 6 runs on 11 hits. Jeff Singer and Addison Russ each pitched a shutout inning with Russ getting the win.
The Phils overcame a 3-run deficit with 4 runs in the second inning on Cornelius Randolph’s RBI single, a passed ball, and Luke Williams’ 2-run triple. They rallied again to tie with 2 runs in the fifth on Jose Gomez’ sac fly and Raul Rivas’ RBI double. They walked off in the seventh on Randolph’s 2-run HR (6).
Randolph went 3-3 with 3 runs scored, 3 RBI, a walk, and his 6th HR.
Darick Hall went 2-3 with 2 runs scored, a double, and a walk.
Lakewood (11-19, 40-60) beat Charleston, 8-6.
Taylor Lehman tossed four, shutout innings. He gave up 3 hits, walked five, and struck out one. Rafi Gonnell gave up 4 runs on 8 hits and a walk. Gilmael Troya gave up 2 runs in one inning and got the win. Mark Potter pitched the final two innings and earned his fifth save.
The BlueClaws scored a run in the third inning on Ben Pelletier’s RBI double. They tied the game with 2 runs in the fifth on Luis Garcia’s RBI single and a fielding error. They took the lead with 2 runs in the sixth on Cole Stobbe’s 2-run HR (10). They scored the deciding runs in the seventh on two wild pitches and and Malvin Matos’ RBI single.
Luis Garcia had 3 hits and a run scored. Matos had 2 hits.
Williamsport (10-26) postponed.
GCL Phillies East (12-9) postponed.
GCL Phillies West (15-6) no game scheduled.
DSL Phillies Red (27-12) beat the Angels, 3-2 in ten innings.
DSL Phillies White (25-18) beat the Rangers2, 8-5.
Here’s the affiliate scoreboard from MiLB.
The rosters and lists are up to date as of July 23rd … there are 398 players in the org
- organization’s rosters (7/23)
- organization’s injury list (7/23)
- organization’s Rule 5 eligibility list (7/23)
7/23/19 – RHP Tyler Viza assigned to Reading from Lehigh Valley
7/23/19 – RHP Jose Taveras assigned to Reading from Lehigh Valley
7/23/19 – Mark Potter activated by Lakewood
7/23/19 – Victor Santos assigned to Lakewood from Williamsport
7/23/19 – Raul Mendoza activated by DSL White
7/22/19 – RHP Connor Seabold assigned to Reading from Clearwater
7/22/19 – RHP Colton Eastman assigned to Clearwater from Reading
7/22/19 – Reading placed RHP Luis Carrasco on the 7-day IL
7/22/19 – RHP James McArthur assigned to Clearwater from Lakewood
7/22/19 – RHP Dylan Castaneda assigned to GCL West
7/22/19 – LHP Cam Beauchamp assigned to GCL East
7/22/19 – Kyle Dohy assigned to Reading from Lehigh Valley
7/22/19 – Austin Davis activated by Lehigh Valley
7/21/19 – Phillies signed free agent LHP Drew Smyly
7/20/19 – Phillies optioned RHP JD Hammer to Lehigh Valley
7/20/19 – Minnesota traded RHP Mike Morin to Phillies for cash
7/20/19 – RHP Omar Maldonado assigned to Lakewood from Williamsport