Threshers Recap – 8/10/2019

Clearwater (24-28, 60-58)   beat Palm Beach, 11-4.  Kyle Glogoski (2-1, 1.77) had another solid outing.  He pitched six, shutout innings, gave up 3 singles, walked one, and stuck out five.  Glogoski has yet to give up more than 2 earned runs in any of his 11 starts for Lakewood and Clearwater.  

Oscar Marcelino (7.84) pitched two innings and gave up 3 runs on 6 hits and a walk.  Austin Ross (3.55) gave up a run on 2 hits and a walk.

The Threshers scored 4 runs in the first inning on Madison Stokes’ 2-run single and Ben Aklinski’s 2-run double.  They scored 2 more runs in the second on Raul Rivas’ RBI single and a fielding error.  They added 3 runs in the third on Matt Kroon’s 3-run HR (3).  They tacked on 2 runs in the eighth on RBI doubles by Stokes and Dalton Guthrie.

Guthrie (.264) went 4-5 with a double and RBI.  Kroon (.233) went 3-4 with a triple, HR (3), and 3 RBI.  Stokes (.248) went 2-4 with a double and 3 RBI.  Raul Rivas and Simon Muzziotti each went 2-6.

Lehigh Valley (55-61)  lost to Charlotte, 1-0.  Ramon Rosso (.491) pitched six shutout innings allowing 2 hits, 4 walks, and striking out four.  Connor Brogdon (.409) struck out one in a perfect inning.  J.D. Hammer (2-2, 12.00) gave up a solo HR in 0.2 innings.  Kyle Dohy (6.56) struck out one but allowed 2 base runners in 0.1 innings.  New guy, Nick Vincent, pitched a perfect inning.  The IronPigs had just 3 hits

Reading (31-20, 70-48)  beat Altoona, 8-6.  David Parkinson (9-7, 3.57) pitched six innings and gave up 5 runs on 8 hits.  He walked one and struck out nine.  Jonathan Hennigan (2.54) pitched a 2-hit inning.  Aaron Brown (3.63) struck out the side in an inning.  Addison Russ (2.64) gave up a run and struck out two as he notched his 18th save.

The Phils scored single runs in three of the first five innings – an RBI ground out in the first, Luke Williams’ solo HR (9) in the third, and Nick Maton’s solo HR (1) in the fifth.  They tied the game on Alec Bohm’s 2-run HR (12) in the sixth.  And, they took the lead in the seventh with 3 runs on Williams’ RBI double and Mickey Moniak’s 2-run double.

The top of the Phils’ order (Williams, Moniak, Bohm) went 7-14 with 5 runs scored, 7 RBI, 3 doubles, 2 HR, 16 total bases, a stolen base (Williams, 23, and an outfield assist (Moniak).  Williams (.236) went 3-5.

Lakewood (20-26, 49-67)  beat West Virginia, 7-1.  Jhordany Mezquita (3-7, 4.26) pitched five, 2-hit, scoreless innings.  He walked 4 and struck out two.  Dominic Pipkin got his first save with four, one-run innings on 4 hits and 3 walks.  The lone run scored on a wild pitch

The BlueClaws scored 5 runs in the second on a eild pitch, sac fly by Juan Aparicio, an RBI double by Yerwin Trejo, and RBI singles by Malvin Matos and Luis Garcia.  They added 2 runs in the fifth on Seth Lancaster’s 2-run HR (3).

Lancaster (.235) had 3 hits.  Cole Stobbe (.197), Matos (.243), and Jonathan Guzman (.254) had 2 hits each.

Williamsport (21-34)  beat West Virginia, 5-1.  Hsin Chieh Lin (2.66) tossed 3.1, no-hit, shutout innings.  He walked 4 and struck out three.  Leonel Aponte (2-1, 3.98) gave up one run in 2.2 innings.  He allowed 3 hits, walked 3, and struck out three.  Alejandro Made earned his 4th save with three, 2-hit, scoreless innings.  He walked 2 and struck out three.

The Crosscutters scored a run in the second inning on Nicolas Torres RBI double. They added a run in the fifth on Bryson Stott’s RBI double.  And, they tacked on 3 insurance runs in the eighth on Rudy Rott’s RBI single and Torres’ 2-run single.

Nicolas Torres (.257) had 2 hits and 3 RBI.  Stott and Herbert Iser had 2 hits each.

GCL Phillies East (17-16)  beat the Yankees West, 10-9.  The Phillies won a see-saw contest that had 6 lead changes and 4 ties.

Pitching was a mixed bag.  Juan Geraldo (4.82) gave up 3 runs in 1.2 innings on 5 hits, a walk, and 3 strike outs.  Andy Reyes (4.30) gave up 2 runs in 1.1 innings on 2 hits and a walk.  DJ Jefferson (0.00) threw two scoreless innings allowing one hit, walking two, and striking out three.  Gabriel Cotto (8.79) pitched an inning and gave up 4 runs on 3 hits and 3 walks.  (He somehow got a hold for this)  Maikel Garrido (7.62) allowed 3 inherited runners to score in 0.1 innings, allowing a hit and walking two, and also blowing the save.  Carlos Francisco (3-2, 3.45) gave up 2 hits and struck out three in 2.2 scoreless innings and got the win.

The Phillies scored 2 runs in the first inning on Guarner Dipre’s RBI single and a wild pitch.  They scored a run in the second on Jose Tortolero’s RBI triple.  They scored a run in the third on Dipre’s solo HR (1).  They scored 3 in the fourth on Marcus Lee Sang’s sac fly, Vito Friscia’s RBI triple, and Curtis Mead’s RBI single.  They added a run in the sixth on Lee Sang’s RBI single.  And, they scored 2 in the eighth on a throwing error on Luis Matos’ steal of third and Mead’s RBI double.

The Phillies clubbed 17 hits, 6 XBH.  Mead (.286) had 4 hits and 3 RBI.  Dipre (.307) had 3 hits and 2 RBI. Matos (.269), Lee Sang (.2700, Friscia (.221), and Jose Cedeno (.213) had 2 hits each

GCL Phillies West (23-12)  lost to the Tigers East, 4-2.

Luis Pacheco (2-1, 5.09) pitched three innings and gave up 3 runs (2 ER) on 5 hits, striking out two.  Dalvin Rosario (6.35) gave up a run in two innings.  Austin Crowson (4.30) pitched two scoreless, no-hit innings.  Juan Miranda (5.71)  pitched a perfect inning.

The Phillies scored 2 runs in the sixth inning on Luis Rojas’ RBI single and Tucker Maxwell’s bases loaded walk.  JC Smith (.279), Bruce Wang (.220), and Luis Rojas (.237) had 2 hits each.  Tucker Maxwell, after a horrid start, is batting .293.  He led off and went 1-3 with 2 BB and an RBI.

And this is how the MLB Top Thirty did –

  1. Alec Bohm, 3B/1B (.261): went 2-4 with a run scored, HR (12), 2 RBI
  2. Adonis Medina, RHP (6-5, 4.36): DNP
  3. Bryson Stott, SS (.261): went 2-4 with a run scored, double, BB, RBI
  4. Adam Haseley, OF (.294): recalled by Phillies on 8/9
  5. Spencer Howard, RHP (0-0, 1.93): DNP
  6. Luis Garcia, SS/2B (.196): went 1-5 with an RBI
  7. Francisco Morales, RHP (1-5, 4.14): DNP
  8. Enyel De Los Santos, RHP (5-6, 3.96): DNP
  9. Mickey Moniak, OF (.265): went 2-5 with a run scored, 2 doubles, 3 RBI (59)
  10. Erik Miller, LHP (0-0, 1.13): DNP
  11. JoJo Romero, LHP (3-3, 7.57):  DNP
  12. Simon Muzziotti, OF (.286): went 2-6 with a run scored
  13. Jhailyn Ortiz, OF (.203): went 0-4 with a run scored, RBI, 2 BB
  14. Rafael Marchan, C (.235): went 1-6
  15. Nick Maton, SS/2B: went 1-4 with a run scored, HR (1), RBI
  16. Mauricio Llovera, RHP (3-4, 4.55): placed on the 7-day IL, elbow
  17. Cole Irvin, LHP (5-0,3.99): DNP
  18. Rodolfo Duran, C (.240): placed on the 7-day IL on 7/26, knee
  19. David Parkinson, LHP (9-7, 3.57): 6.0 IP, 8 H, 5 R, 5 ER, 1 BB, 9 K
  20. Deivy Grullon, C (.283): went 0-2 with 2 BB
  21. Damon Jones, LHP (0-1, 10.20): DNP
  22. Kyle Young, LHP (1-3, 4.29): placed on the 7-day IL on 5/1
  23. Arquimedes Gamboa, SS (.188): DNP
  24. Daniel Brito, 2B/SS (.238): DNP
  25. Kyle Dohy, LHP (5-5, 6.56): 0.1 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 1 K
  26. Dominic Pipkin, RHP (3-4, 5.62): 4.0 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 3 BB, 0 K
  27. Kevin Gowdy, RHP (0-4, 4.79): DNP
  28. Jamari Baylor, SS (2-7, .286): hasn’t played since 7/1, nursing a hamstring
  29. Cornelius Randolph, OF (.246): placed on the 7-day IL on 7/27
  30. Victor Santos, RHP (5-8, 3.57): DNP

DSL Phillies Red (35-18)  lost to the Cardinals Blue, 8-1.

DSL Phillies White (33-26)  split a DH v. the Cubs2, blowing a 3-0 lead in the seventh and losing 4-3 and winning 3-2.

Here’s the affiliate scoreboard from MiLB.

The rosters and lists are up to date as of August 8th … there are 397 players in the org

Today’s Transactions (newest transactions in bold text)
8/10/19 – Phillies signed free agent RHP Nick Vincent to a minor league contract
8/10/19 – RHP Nick Vincent assigned to Lehigh Valley
8/10/19 – Lehigh Valley released LHP Tom Windle
8/9/19 – Phillies placed RF Jay Bruce on the 10-day IL, left flexor strain
8/9/19 – Phillies recalled CF Adam Haseley from Lehigh Valley
8/9/19 – SS Nick Maton assigned to Reading from Clearwater
8/9/19 – SS Raul Rivas assigned to Clearwater from Reading
8/9/19 – RHP Victor Vargas assigned to Williamsport from GCL East
8/9/19 – GCL East sent RF Jose Pujols on a rehab assignment to GCL West
8/9/19 – LHP Samuel Aldegheri assigned to GCL East
8/9/19 – Jose Taveras assigned to Reading from Clearwater
8/9/19 – Seth McGarry activated by Clearwater
8/9/19 – Kevin Gowdy assigned to Lakewood from Williamsport
8/9/19 – Ethan Lindow assigned to Williamsport from Lakewood
8/8/19 – Phillies sent RHP Jerad Eickhoff on a rehab assignment to Reading
8/8/19 – Phillies activated RF Jay Bruce from the 10-day IL
8/8/19 – Phillies optioned Adam Haseley to Lehigh Valley
8/8/19 – Lehigh Valley placed 3B Mitch Walding on the 7-day IL, labrum tear
8/8/19 – Lehigh Valley placed C Matt McBride on the 7-day IL, calf strain
8/8/19 – Williamsport released RHP Adam Cox
8/8/19 – LHP Gabriel Yanez assigned to Williamsport from GCL East
8/8/19 – 3B Maikel Franco activated by Lehigh Valley
8/7/19 – RHP Jaylen Eichler assigned to GCL East (future)
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 activated LHP Austin Davis
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 – Tom Windle assigned to Lehigh Valley from Reading
8/6/19 – Seth McGarry assigned to Clearwater from Lehigh Valley
8/5/19 – Reading sent RF Jose Pujols on a rehab assignment to GCL East
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 2B Brad Miller from the 10-day IL
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 – Phillies sent 3B Mitch Walding outright to Lehigh Valley
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
8/3/19 – Nick Williams activated by Lehigh Valley

31 thoughts on “Threshers Recap – 8/10/2019

  1. I wish Tom Windell best of luck, but after 4 and a half years and not being able to get past AAA, it was time to move on. But on the bright side, Alec Bohm and Bryson Stott have seemed to work their way out of their slumps, and Mickey Moniak continues to rack up the extra base hits. Personally, I don’t care whether Mickey Mo hits 15-20 HRs a year. That is not his strength. His calling card is doing exactly what he is doing right now, hit line drives in the gaps and use his speed to create RBI opportunities for his teammates.

    1. Bohm only has 2 strikeouts in his last 10 games, so after an initial spike in K% in AA he’s got it down to 13.5%. That’s a good sign; hopefully the BABIP will head upwards closer to what it was in A-ball.

    2. We complain about MM minor league outcomes so far but if this translates to MLB, he would be the leader in the Phillies’ OF.

  2. I expect that the farm system will take a hit next year with the (probable) promotion of Bohm, Howard, Medina and possibily other, but there’re something interesting brewing on the lower lvs.

  3. Jhailyn Ortiz needs some time off right now. He’s all tangled up in his underwear and maybe a few days off can held him untangle. He’s hitting .057 in his last 10 games (2 for 35). You’d think he could get more than 2 excuse me base hits. He strikes out more than an 80 year old hunch backed man at a Victoria Secret photo shoot. He hasn’t hit a HR since July 17 (20 games). Maybe they should move him down in the lineup to take that #3 hitter pressure off?

    Haseley’s looking like he’s going to lose his prospect status pretty soon. Muzziotti is quickly moving up my top 30. He can play all OF positions so even if Moniak were somehow held back in AA next year, Muzziotti will be on that roster. Muzziotti’s bat plays best in CF but he’s ready for AA now.

    1. I agree about Ortiz. I know there was a big discussion last week about an article on Luis Garcia, and how stats don’t tell the whole story. But I would be interested in how the Phillies brass is evaluating his season, and the many scouts from other teams in how they assess his season so far.

    2. There is nothing that says Moniak should be held in AA next year. Crazy to even think that. I think he has a legit shot out of spring training to join big league club at some point next yr soiner than later. Like Hasely this yr.

      1. Moniak numbers don’t Sceam. big club not yet. He is a 260 hitter at reading a hitters park. lets him show he belongs,

          1. Denny….if it happens it will be the first time the EL will not have a hitter with a BA over .300 from what I could find…..the last fourteen years almost every year had between 5 and 9 hitters with BAs over to well-over .300.
            Only in 2006 were there only two hitters over .300

  4. A guy we never talk about is former 3rd rd pick Luke Williams. Since being drafted he has underperformed his draft position, like many of us predicted, and he started out this year promoted to Reading and not hitting as usual. However, a funny thing has happened. Luke hit 290 in July and he’s well over 300 in August and is up to 23 steals. He’s done this while playing lots of positions and leading off. He’s looking like a guy who could be a valuable utility bench guy. Congrats to him for becoming relevant and I hope he keeps it up.

    1. Maybe a Bruntlett type of utility guy. I was curious to see if the Reading Factor is playing into his uptick in numbers but it’s not that drastic.

  5. The gun at LV must have been reading low…..Dohy barely touched 90…maybe once or twice in his dozen all-over-the-place pitches.

  6. Glogoski continues to be exciting. 6 ip yesterday was his high for the year (did it twice last yr). His K/BB and K/9 are a little lower at CW than at LKW (or GCL in ’18) but other than back-to-back starts issuing 4 BB each, he’s never had more than 2 BB in a start and only issued 3 in last 3 starts combined.

    It mostly comes down to his stuff. We’ve already written several times about reports of his FB in the low 90s over a year ago. If he can gain a couple mph in the next couple years he profiles as a strong SP given his control and his consistency (every start between 4-6 ip) (never has given up more than 2 er in any appearance) (in over 100 career IP now he has 1.84 era and 0.97 whip)! He’s only 20 until next year and at 6’2″, 183, it’s reasonable to expect him to fill out to add some strength and power.

    1. Yeah, I was going to say something similar. His curveball seems pretty good, so he may have a swing-and-miss pitch already, and his pitchability is another mark in his favor. The fastball and changeup are probably going to be what determines his ultimate outcome. He looks on track to start next year in AA.

      1. I typically trust what I see when I see a video of a guy pitching from the centerfield camera angle. Earlier this year I saw some footage of Glogoski from that angle and his stuff just seemed to pop. The curve and fastball has some electric movement – he really might be legit.

  7. Glogoski sounds very interesting indeed. There’s a lot of projection left for him and he strong points just keep gueting stronger.

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