Three of four teams won yesterday. Clearwater closed out a 5-1 series against Daytona with a win. Lehigh Valley fell short in their comeback attempt. Reading won. And, Jersey Shore blasted their way to a win with 5 home runs.
Clearwater (16-14) beat Daytona, 10-4. Daytona is not a spring training site. There is no ABS System installed.
Rodolfo Sanchez pitched 3.2 innings. He gave up one run on 2 hits and a walk. He threw 62 pitches, 40 strikes. Brendan Bell relieved and got one out on a 4-pitch strikeout. Jordi Martinez pitched 3.2 innings and got the win. He gave up 2 runs on 4 hits and 2 walks. He struck out six. JP Woodward pitched 1.1 innings and gave up a run on 2 hits and a walk.
The Threshers opened the scoring in the second inning on Ben Pelletier’s 3-run HR (2). They scored 2 runs in the fourth on Freddy Francisco’s RBI double and Johan Rojas’ sac fly. They scored 2 more in the sixth on Casey Martin’s 2-run double. They continued to tack on with one run in the seventh on Baron Radcliff’s solo HR (3) and 2 runs in the ninth on Nicolas Torres 2-run double.
Everybody but Luis Garcia had a hit. Martin went 2-4 with 2 RBI, a double, and a walk. Pelletier went 3-5 with 3 runs scored, 3 RBI, double, HR (2). Torres went 2-3 with one run scored, 2 RBI, 2 wallks, and 2 doubles.
Lehigh Valley (16-14) lost to Scranton, 4-3. The IronPigs fell behind early and fought back but fell just short.
Ethan Evanko pitched two innings and gave up 4 runs on 4 hits and a walk. The bullpen shutdown the RailRiders on 3 baserunners the rest of the way. Ramon Rosso pitched two, one-hit innings striking out three. Damon Jones also pitched two, one-hit innings striking out three. Jeff Singer pitched two, no-hit innings walking one.
The IronPigs scored twice in the fifth inning on a bases loaded walk and an RBI forceout. They pulled within one on Mickey Moniak’s solo HR (6) in the eighth.
Reading (6-24) beat Somerset, 5-2. The Phils tied the game in the second inning and slowly built up a 4-run lead and held on to win.
The Phils scored a run in the second inning on Madison Stokes’ sac fly. They took the lead in the fourth on Jose Bonifacio’s solo HR (5). They added a run in the sixth on Stokes’ RBI double. They padded their lead with 2 runs in the seventh on Bonifacio’s 2-run double.
Colton Eastman pitched 4.1 innings and gave up one run on 5 hits and 3 walks. Braden Zarbniskey stranded a runner and struck out 2 batters in 0.2 innings. Kyle Glosgoski pitched 1.2 innings (51 pitches) and gave up a run on 2 hits and 4 walks. Jake Hernandez went 1.1 scoreless innings allowing one hit. Bryan Marconi pitched one inning and struck out the side.
Jersey Shore (13-16) fell behind in the first inning but came back to win 11-6.
The BlueClaws scored a run in the second inning on Vito Friscia’s RBI single. They tied and went ahead in the third on solo home runs by Jose Tortolero (1), Logan O’Hoppe (4), and Jhailyn Ortiz (5). They scored 2 runs in the fourth on Hunter Hearn’s 2-run HR (1). They continued tacking on with 2 runs in the sixth on O’Hoppe’s RBI double and Cole Stobbe’s RBI single; a run in the seventh on Jonathan Guzman’s bases-loaded walk; and Nate Fassnacht’s 2-run HR (3) in the eighth.
O’Hoppe (.270) went 3-3 with 2 runs scored, 2 RBI, double, HR (4), and 2 walks. Ortiz (.259) went 2-4 with 2 runs scored, an RBI, HR (5), and a walk. Stobbe (.182) went 2-4 with a run scored, RBI, and a walk. Tortolero went 2-4 with a run scored, RBI, HR (1), and a walk.
Jonathan Hughes pitched 0.2 innings and gave up 3 runs on 3 hits and a walk with 2 strikeouts. He was lifted after 36 pitches. NIck Lackney stranded one of 2 runners and pitched 2.1 innings for the win. He allowed no runs on one hit and one walk. Josh Hendrickson pitched two innings and have up no runs on 2 hits and a walk. Blake Brown pitched 0.2 innings and gave up 2 runs on a hit and 2 walks. Carlo Reyes stranded 3 base runners and went 2.1 innings. He gave up his first run of the season on 2 hits, one asolo HR. Manuel Silva pitched a clean ninth inning.
GCL Phillies East and GCL Phillies West (runs 6/28 thru 9/12)
DSL Phillies Red and DSL Phillies White (starts 7/12 thru 10/2)
Here’s the affiliate scoreboard from MiLB.
The rosters and lists are up to date as of June 6th … there are 305 players in the org
- organization’s rosters (6/6)
- organization’s injury list (6/6)
- organization’s Rule 5 eligibility list (6/6)
6/06/2021 – Phillies activated RHP Hector Neris from the paternity list
6/06/2021 – Phillies placed RHP Chase Anderson on the 10-day IL
6/06/2021 – Phillies placed RHP David Hale on the 10-day IL
6/06/2021 – Phillies recalled LHP Cristopher Sanchez from Lehigh Valley
6/06/2021 – C Herbert Iser assigned to Reading from Jersey Shore
11 thoughts on “Threshers’ and Affiliates’ Recap – 6/6/2021”
We’re finally starting to get a little more hitting from several guys on each level. Brito and Torres were both good hitters at one point and both seem to be finding their swing now. Ortiz is certainly hitting better as are Friscia and O’Hoppe. Maybe, just maybe, the hitting coaches are helping the hitters and just maybe, after a year off, the hitters are starting to catch up.
Also, what’s the deal with Lackney. He’s 24 which is old for A ball normally but he lost last year. He’s now gone 14 innings with no runs but in his last two games, one in Reading and last night in Jersey Shore he had lots of walks and strike outs (7 and 6 in 4 innings) so I’m guessing his ball moves a lot. If his control gets a little better I’m assuming he’ll go back to Reading quickly due to his age. Anyone know about his arm and his stuff? A late blooming prospect?
Vlad, Jr, Tatis, Jr., Soto, Pache, Andres Jimenez, Leodys Taveras …all members of Jhailyn Ortiz’ J2-signing class.
And most ranked below him in that class.
He may be getting the motivational desire to get to the show.
He has skills, no doubt, and he’s a surprisingly good athlete. He’s just had way too much swing and miss up to now. Fingers crossed he’s figuring it out.
I like to see him in LF in 2023…and circling the bases quite often.
I must say I’m shocked at his body transformation. He looks to be in tremendous shape. It would be a wonderful thing, and much needed, if he turn the corner and become a high end prospect.
Regardless, by the looks of him, he has taken a great approach to give him the best chance to succeed. Kudos to him.
Is there any news on the Schulze/Shultz boys: Brett and Andrew? Are they injured? How serious?
Didn’t one have TJ?
Andrew definitely did. Sometime in 2020 I think though I think later in the summer so he may not be back this year. No idea about Brett.
Brett S. was in the FIL this past fall…so he apparently is healthy.
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