Clearwater (22-27, 58-57) beat Dunedin, 3-1. Andrew Brown (3-6, 6.72) posted a “quality start” going six, one-run innings. He gave up 3 hits, walked one, and struck out six. It was his first win since May 9th and best performance since posting similar numbers in a five inning appearance back on June 26th. Tyler Carr (1.77) went 1.1 scoreless innings. Zach Warren came in to get the final two outs in the eighth. After a 90+ minute delay, Michael Gomez (3.27) struck out two in a perfect ninth for his first save.
The Threshers scored a run in the first inning on Madison Stokes’ RBI single. Nick Matera added his first Advanced A HR, a 2-run shot to right field in the second.
Stokes (.247) and Dalton Guthrie (.258) had 2 hits each. Guthrie smacked his 13th double. Simon Muzziotti stole his 20th base.
Lehigh Valley (55-58) beat Louisville, 2-1, as 3 pitchers collaborated on a one-hitter. Dan Strailly (2.93) pitched seven strong innings. He allowed one hit, an unearned run, a walk, and struck out seven. JD Hammer (2-1, 11.88) and Austin Davis (3.07) each tossed a scoreless inning. Davis earned his third save.
The IronPigs scored a run in the first inning on Logan Morrison’s RBI single and the go ahead run in the eighth inning on a wild pitch. Morrison had 2 of the IronPigs’ 5 hits. They struck out 14 times and went 1-11 with RISP.
Reading (30-18, 69-46) beat Hartford, 8-5 in a walk off. Connor Seabold (2.57) pitched six strong innings. He gave up 3 runs (2 ER) on 5 hits. He walked none and struck out six. Aaron Brown (3.70) blew the save, giving up 2 runs in his one inning. Grant Dyer (4.58) and Addison Russ (4-5, 2.51) pitched perfect innings with Russ earning the win.
The Phils went long ball for all of their runs. Mickey Moniak stroked two HR (9), a solo HR in the first and a 2-run HR in the third. Alec Bohm hit a solo HR in the sixth, his 11th. Arquimedes Gamboa also hit a solo HR in the sixth, his first.
And, Josh Stephen (.262) provided the margin of victory with a pinch hit, 3-run HR (8) in the ninth.
Raul Rivas and Moniak had 2 hits each.
Lakewood (19-24, 48-65) no game scheduled.
Williamsport (20-30) dropped both ends of a DH to Batavia, 6-3 and 6-3.
Game One: Spencer had a rough night, recording only one out in a 6-run first inning. Anton Kuznetsov (.249) entered and pitched well for 4.2 innings. He allowed one of two inherited runners to score, gave up 2 hits, and struck out four batters. Jake Kinney (.360) dodged 5 base runners in his two, scoreless innings. He gave up 2 hits, walked 3, and struck out two.
The Crosscutters scored 2 runs in the second inning on solo HRs by Kendall Simmons (8) and Herbert Iser (2). They scored another run in the fourth on Nate Fassnacht’s RBI single.
The Cutters stroked 11 hits. Bryson Stott had 2 hits. Simmons (.230), Iser, and Fassnacht (.227) also had 2 hits each.
Game Two: Brett Schulze (0.75) pitched 2.2 innings and allowed 2 runs (one ER) on 3 hits and 2 walks. He struck out six. Brian Marconi (4.50) pitched 2.1 scoreless innings, stranding 2 inherited runners and striking out three. Alejandro Made (1-3, 3.13) pitched 1.1 innings and gave up 4 runs on 3 hits and 3 walks. He struck out three. Adam Cox (5.40) stranded two inherited runners in 0.2 innings.
The Cutters scored a run in the fourth on Johan Rojas’ sac fly. They scored again in the sixth on Logan O’Hoppe’s sac fly. And, they scored one last time in the seventh on Jake Holmes’ RBI double. Holmes had two of the team’s four hits.
GCL Phillies East (16-15) postponed.
GCL Phillies West (22-11) beat the Blue Jays, 6-3. The Phillies unleashed a 15-hit attack in support of their pitchers. Eduar Segovia (3.13) pitched 2.2 innings of no-hit ball. He was lifted after a walk and a hit batter with two outs in the third inning. Josh Hendrickson (3.50) ended the third inning with a strike out and stranded both inherited runners. He gave up 3 runs in the fourth on 4 consecutive, one-out base hits, but ended the inning with his second and third strike outs.
The bullpen held the Jays at bay for the rest of the game. Juan Miranda (6.06) pitched two scoreless innings. Crafty Aidan Anderson (2-0, 3.68) followed with 3 strike outs in two scoreless innings. And, Fernando Lozano (1.74) mopped up with a scoreless ninth inning.
The Phillies scored 2 run in the first inning on Rixon Wingrove’s RBI single and Bruce Wang’s bases-loaded walk. They added a run in the second on Tucker Maxwell’s first professional HR. Maxwell was the Phillies’ 2019, 22nd round pick out of Georgia. They added another run in the fourth on Jose Rivera’s RBI single. After the Jays closed to within 4-3, they added 2 runs in the sixth on RBI singles by Andrick Nava and JC Smith.
Edgar Made (.294) had 3 hits and 2 runs scored. Nava (.343), Wingrove (.331), Keaton Greenwalt (.283), Wang, and Maxwell had 2 hits each. Maxwell’s HR was the team’s only XBH.
And this is how the MLB Top Thirty did –
Alec Bohm, 3B/1B (.247): went 1-4 with a run scored, HR (11), RBI
Adonis Medina, RHP (6-5, 4.36): DNP
Bryson Stott, SS (.230): went 2-4
Adam Haseley, OF (.294): recalled by the Phillies on 7/13
Spencer Howard, RHP (0-0, 3.38): DNP
Luis Garcia, SS/2B (.197): DNP
Francisco Morales, RHP (1-5, 4.14): DNP
Enyel De Los Santos, RHP (5-5, 3.63): DNP
Mickey Moniak, OF (.266): went 2-4 with 2 runs scored, 2 HR (9), 3 RBI
Erik Miller, LHP (0-0, 1.50): DNP
JoJo Romero, LHP (3-2, 7.62): DNP
Simon Muzziotti, OF (.285): went 1-4 with a run scored, SB (20)
Jhailyn Ortiz, OF (.207): went 0-3, HBP
Rafael Marchan, C (.208): DNP
Nick Maton, SS/2B (.276): DNP
Mauricio Llovera, RHP (3-4, 4.55): placed on the 7-day IL, elbow
Cole Irvin, LHP (5-0,3.99): DNP
Rodolfo Duran, C (.240): placed on the 7-day IL on 7/26, knee
David Parkinson, LHP (8-7, 3.33): DNP
Deivy Grullon, C (.287): went 0-3 with a BB
Damon Jones, LHP (0-1, 10.20): DNP
Kyle Young, LHP (1-3, 4.29): placed on the 7-day IL on 5/1
Arquimedes Gamboa, SS (.186): went 1-3 with 2 runs scored, HR (1), RBI, BB
Daniel Brito, 2B/SS (.234): went 0-4
Kyle Dohy, LHP (5-5, 6.90): DNP
Dominic Pipkin, RHP (3-4, 5.84): DNP
Kevin Gowdy, RHP (0-4, 4.88): DNP
Jamari Baylor, SS (2-7, .286): hasn’t played since 7/1, nursing a hamstring
Cornelius Randolph, OF (.246): placed on the 7-day IL on 7/27
Victor Santos, RHP (5-8, 3.57): DNP
DSL Phillies Red (35-15) lost to Orioles2, 5-1.
DSL Phillies White (31-25) lost to the Rangers2, 10-8.
Here’s the affiliate scoreboard from MiLB.
The rosters and lists are up to date as of August 7th … there are 398 players in the org
- organization’s rosters (8/7)
- organization’s injury list (8/7)
- organization’s Rule 5 eligibility list (8/7)
8/7/19 – DSL White placed LHP Nathanael Bido on the 60-day IL
8/7/19 – DSL White placed RHP Alexis Herrera on the 60-day IL
8/6/19 – Lehigh Valley placed RHP Fernando Salas on the 7-day IL
8/6/19 – RHP Jose Taveras assigned to Clearwater from Lehigh Valley
8/6/19 – Seth McGarry assigned to Clearwater from Lehigh Valley
8/5/19 – Clearwater placed RHP Alejandro Requena on the 7-day IL
8/5/19 – Lakewood sent RHP Jonas De La Cruz on a rehab assignment to GCL East
8/5/19 – RHP Jonathan Petit assigned to DSL Red
8/5/19 – Raul Mendoza assigned to DSL White from DSL Red
8/5/19 – Victor Santos assigned to Lakewood from Williamsport
8/5/19 – Dominic Pipkin assigned to Williamsport from Lakewood
8/5/19 – Ezequiel Ventura assigned to DSL Red from DSL White
8/4/19 – Phillies activated RHP Hector Neris
8/4/19 – Phillies optioned 3B Maikel Franco to Lehigh Valley
8/4/19 – Tom Windle assigned to Reading from Lehigh Valley
8/4/19 – Jose Taveras activated by Lehigh Valley
8/4/19 – Seth McGarry assigned to Lehigh Valley from Reading
8/4/19 – Kevin Gowdy assigned to Williamsport from Lakewood
8/4/19 – Taylor Lehman activated by Lakewood
8/4/19 – Cristian Lima released by DSL Red
8/4/19 – Carlos Valero activated by DSL Red
8/3/19 – Pittsburgh claimed RHP Yacksel Rios off waivers from Philadelphia
8/3/19 – Lehigh Valley placed LHP Austin Davis on the Reserve List
8/3/19 – Reading sent RF Jose Pujols on a rehab assignment to GCL West