Threshers Recap – 8/23/2019

The GCL Phillies West won.  Tigers West beat Phillies East and with six games remaining, the West has a 5.0 game lead over the Tigers West and their magic number is three.

Reading lost and maintained their 4.5 game lead over Trenton who won.  Their magic number remains four with 10 games remaining.  They finish the season with 4 games in Trenton.

Clearwater (28-36, 64-66)  lost to Charlotte, 3-0.

Kyle Glogoski (2-2, 1.95) pitched five innings.  He allowed 2 runs on 4 hits and 2 walks.  He struck out four.  Austin Ross (3.78) gave up a run on 3 hits and a walk.  He struck out three.  Tyler Carr (1.52) pitched a perfect inning with 2 strike outs.

Simon Muzziotti had an outfield assist at home.  The offense consisted of 5 singles.

Lehigh Valley (60-68)  lost to Scranton, 11-4. 

The IronPigs went through 6 pitchers.  The first five were responsible for runs scored or inherited runners scored.  The sixth was Andrew Romine who allowed 2 base runners but no runs.

The IronPigs took an early lead with 3 runs in the first inning on Deivy Grullon’s 2-run HR (18) and Nick Hundley’s solo HR (1).  They added a run in the seventh on Ali Castillo’s RBI single.  Phil Gosselin (.229 and Andrew Romine (.293) had 2 hits each.

Reading (36-26, 75-54)  lost to Hartford, 6-2. 

David Parkinson (10-8, 3.59) pitched six innings and gave up 4 runs in 8 hits.  He walked one and struck out six.  Aaron Brown (4.02) pitched two innings and gave up 2 runs on 3 hits, striking out three.

The Phils had 5 hits.  They scored a run on Alec Bohm’s RBI single in the fourth and in the sixth on Luke Williams’ solo HR (11).  Bohm had 2 hits including a double.

Lakewood (26-31, 55-72)  lost to West Virginia, 1-0.

Manuel Silva (5-6, 3.87) pitched five innings and gave up one run on 2 hits.  He walked none and struck out eight.  Josh Hendrickson (0.79) pitched three, shutout innings.  He gave up a hit, walked two, and struck out five.  Cole Stobbe (.203) went 2-3 with a double.  The BlueClaws had 5 hits total and went 0-5 with RISP.

Williamsport (26-39)  lost to Mahoning Valley, 5-4.

A 4-run eighth sunk the Cutters.  Hsin-Chieh Lin (2.70) started the night by striking out the side in the first inning.  He went three innings, allowed a run on 2 hits, walked 3 and struck out three.  Leonel Aponte (3.43) pitched four, one-hit innings.  He walked one and struck out three.  Alejandro Made (1-4, 2.57) blew his second save with 4 unearned runs in the eighth.  Rafael Carvajal (3.16) pitched a scoreless ninth.

Williamsport scored 2 runs in the fourth on RBI singles by Jake Holmes and Hunter Hearn, and 2 runs in the seventh on Nate Fassnacht’s solo HR (1) and a wild pitch.  Holmes (.206) and Herbert Iser (.184) had 2 hits each.

GCL Phillies East (19-25)  lost to the Tigers West, 9-5 in ten innings.

DJ Jefferson (1.69) pitched three innings, gave up a run on 2 hits, one a solo HR, walked none and struck out one.  He threw his 4-seam fastball 89-92, sitting 89-91 mph.  He also throws a change up and a curve ball he describes as “slurvy”.   Rafael Marcano (5.12) pitched two innings and gave up 2 runs on 5 hits and a walk.  Maikel Garrido (7.31) gave up a run in one inning on 2 walks, no hits.  Nick Lackney (4.70) pitched a scoreless inning.  Cam Beauchamp (0.00) pitched two, scoreless innings.  He gave up 2 hits and a walk.  His fastball was 90-92 mph.  Jose Ulloa (5.09) pitched the tenth and gave up 5 runs, 3 earned on 2 hits and 2 walks in 0.2 innings.  His fastball was 91-94 mph.  Carlos Francisco (3.60) got the final out.

The Phillies scored 2 runs in the first on Marcus Lee Sang’s RBI single and a fielding error.  They scored 2 runs in the sixth on Curtis Mead’s solo HR (3) and a fielding error.  They scored a run in the tenth on Vito Friscia’s RBI single.  Luis Matos (.261) and Vito Friscia (.269) had 2 hits each.  Vito had 2 RBI.

GCL Phillies West (31-14)  beat the Blue Jays, 7-4.

Luis Pacheco (4.91) pitched 3.1 innings and gave up 2 runs on 3 hits and 3 walks.  Austin Crowson (5-1, 2.82) allowed one of two inherited runners to score and went 2.2 scoreless innings.  He gave up 2 hits and struck out three.  Connor Hinchliffe (1.93) gave up 2 runs on a hit and 2 walks.  He struck out 2 in 0.2 innings.  Aidan Anderson (4.01) stranded two inherited runners and took the team home with 2.1 scoreless, no-hit innings.  He walked one and picked up his second save.

The Phillies tied the game with a run in the fourth on Rixon Wingrove’s sac fly.  They forged ahead to stay with a 6-run fifth on Freddy Francisco’s RBI double, Edgar Made’s bases loaded walk, Sal Gozzo’s 2-run double, and Wingrove’s 2-run double.

Gozzo (.198) went 2-5 with 2 runs scored, a double, and 2 RBI.  Luis Rojas (.242) went 2-3 with a run scored and a HBP.

And this is how the MLB Top Thirty did –

  1. Alec Bohm, 3B/1B (.270): went 2-4 with a double, RBI
  2. Adonis Medina, RHP (6-6, 4.96): DNP
  3. Bryson Stott, SS (.280): went 0-3 with a run scored, BB
  4. Adam Haseley, OF (.294): recalled by Phillies on 8/9
  5. Spencer Howard, RHP (1-0, 2.52): DNP
  6. Luis Garcia, SS/2B (.190): DNP
  7. Francisco Morales, RHP (1-7, 3.74): DNP
  8. Enyel De Los Santos, RHP (5-6, 3.97): DNP
  9. Mickey Moniak, OF (.256): went 1-4 with a run scored
  10. Erik Miller, LHP (0-0, 1.08): DNP
  11. JoJo Romero, LHP (3-3, 7.35):  DNP
  12. Simon Muzziotti, OF (.285): went 1-4
  13. Jhailyn Ortiz, OF (.201): went 1-4
  14. Rafael Marchan, C (.219): went 0-3 
  15. Nick Maton, SS/2B (.257): went 1-2 with 2 BB
  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 (10-8, 3.59): 6.0 IP, 8 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 1 BB, 6 K
  20. Deivy Grullon, C (.282): went 1-4 with a run scored, HR (18), 2 RBI (72)
  21. Damon Jones, LHP (0-1, 8.69): DNP
  22. Kyle Young, LHP (1-3, 4.29): placed on the 7-day IL on 5/1
  23. Arquimedes Gamboa, SS (.187): went 0-2 with a BB
  24. Daniel Brito, 2B/SS (.242): went 0-3
  25. Kyle Dohy, LHP (6-5, 5.83): 2.0 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 1 K
  26. Dominic Pipkin, RHP (3-4, 5.15): DNP
  27. Kevin Gowdy, RHP (0-5, 4.61): DNP
  28. Jamari Baylor, SS (3-11, .273): DNP
  29. Cornelius Randolph, OF (.240): went 0-3 with a BB
  30. Victor Santos, RHP (5-9, 3.81): DNP

DSL Phillies Red (37-25)  lost to the Angels, 4-3.

DSL Phillies White (41-29)  postponed.

Here’s the affiliate scoreboard from MiLB.

The rosters and lists are up to date as of August 23rd … there are 400 players in the org

Today’s Transactions (newest transactions in bold text)
8/23/19 – Phillies placed RF Bryce Harper on the paternity list
8/23/19 – Phillies recalled 3B Maikel Franco from Lehigh Valley
8/22/19 – Lehigh Valley activated RHP Jerad Eickhoff
8/22/19 – Lehigh Valley placed OF Nick Williams on the TIL
8/21/19 – INF Wilson Valdez assigned to DSL White from DSL Red
8/21/19 – RHP Norman Anciani assigned to DSL White
8/21/19 – C Jonathan Rodriguez assigned to DSL White from DSL Red
8/21/19 – RHP Eiberson Castellano assigned to DSL Red from DSL White
8/21/19 – DSL Red activated OF Jhorjan Guevara from the RL
8/21/19 – RHP Luis Candelo assigned to DSL White from DSL Red
8/20/19 – Phillies transferred RHP Jake Arrieta from the 10-to the 60-day IL, bone spur
8/20/19 – Phillies reassigned RHP Jerad Eickhoff to the minor leagues
8/20/19 – Phillies optioned RHP Jerad Eickhoff to Lehigh Valley IronPigs
8/20/19 – Lakewood placed RHP Andrew Schultz on the 7-day IL
8/20/19 – Erik Miller assigned to Lakewood from Williamsport
8/20/19 – RHP Saul Alcala assigned to DSL White
8/20/19 – DSL White released Michael Guzman
8/19/19 – Lehigh Valley placed LHP Damon Jones on the temporarily inactive list
8/19/19 – Lehigh Valley activated LHP Josh Tols from the 7-day IL
8/19/19 – Lehigh Valley activated 3B Maikel Franco from the 7-day IL
8/19/19 – Lehigh Valley placed C Matt McBride on the 7-day IL
8/19/19 – Clearwater placed C Gabriel Ojeda on the 7-day IL
8/19/19 – RHP Francisco Morales assigned to Lakewood from Williamsport
8/19/19 – RHP Rafi Gonell assigned to Williamsport from Lakewood
8/19/19 – Victor Cairo assigned to DSL Red from DSL White
8/19/19 – Jonathan Rodriguez assigned to DSL White from DSL Phillies Red
8/18/19 – Phillies sent RHP Jerad Eickhoff on a rehab assignment to Reading
8/18/19 – Lakewood placed RHP Gilmael Troya on the 7-day IL retro to 8/17
8/18/19 – RHP Tom Sutera assigned to Lakewood from Williamsport

8 thoughts on “Threshers Recap – 8/23/2019

  1. Phillies, 11 runs on 11 hits. Marlins, 19 runs on 19 hits. I went to the minor league scores for some solace last night and my depression only worsened.

  2. I understand the Organization decision to be careful with Spencer Howard. A lot riding on him. Pitching, pitching and more pitching please.

  3. Manuel Silva’s had a good season. Nothing remarkable but he’s kept the walks in check and recovered from a very rough May.

    Curtis Mead is another guy having a good year a bit under the radar. His 3 home runs this year have all come in his last six games. So far so good for the Phils’ group of Aussies.

  4. So your Drafted out of H.S, prior MGMT. Young, strong, high potential because of height, weight (Projection of body type). Pay your dues, put in the innings and log good numbers against professional hitters but the NEW Flavor gets New Favor. Part of baseball but signal sending is ok I’ll ask for trade because of no loyalty for Hard working committed players. That’s the world we live in.
    New Flavor should need to show experience against equal or tougher talent not be valued against lower or season ending/long season August Dog Days.
    MLB talent does not make routine errors in physical or mental mistakes along with judgment calls of error/hits that are made in lower level competition. Routine swinging bunt that catcher tosses into right field

    Stay the course do the Time

  5. Like this and many websites say STATS or stats. Value is ?
    Did the player show growth! Did the player help his team! Only time reflects a Players ability
    Minors are a Marathon, NOT a Sprint

  6. So disappointed when ever I see the numbers put forth by our “top prospects.” Other than Howard, who should I get really excited about? I’d like to say Bohm, but I’d expect better numbers from a future star.

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