Lehigh Valley beat the Red Sox, too! WooHoo! Reading blew a lead and lost. Jersey Shore was shut out on three hits. And, Clearwater was suspended in the ninth with the game tied. The FCL Phillies don’t play on Sundays. And, the DSL starts tomorrow. I provided some DSL information below, but I don’t expect to go into great detail on those games in the Recap during the season.
Lehigh Valley (26-33) beat the Worcester Red Sox, 5-1, and took the series, 3-2.
Tyler Alexander (1-1, 5.40) pitched six innings and gave up one run on 2 hits and 2 walks. He struck out three. Bryan Mitchell (6.29) pitched one inning and allowed a hit and walk. Brady Lail (14.25) struck out the side in one clean inning. Jake Hernandez (10.80) pitched one inning and walked one.
The IronPigs scored two runs in the second inning on Jake Elmore’s 2-run single. They scored 2 more in the fourth on Austin Listi’s RBI single and Logan Moore’s sac bunt. They tacked on a run in the sixth on a force out. Dalton Guthrie (.281) went 2-4 with a double and walk. Jake Elmore (.208) went 2-3 with a walk and 2 RBI.
Reading (26-34) lost to Harrisburg, 6-3. The bullpen couldn’t preserve a solid start by Jack Perkins.
Jack Perkins (3.09) pitched six innings and held the Senators to one run on 4 hits and a walk. James McArthur (1-4, 5.94) blew the save and absoebed the losswith 3 runs in one inning of work on 3 hits. One run was unearned. Zach Warren provided the opposition with 2 insurance runs in two innings on 3 hits and a walk. He struck out five.
The Phils opened the scoring in the third inning on a Josh Stephen’s solo HR (5). They broke a tie in the sixth with 2 runs on Arquimedes Gamboa’s (.200) 2-run HR (5).
Josh Stephen (.210) went 3-4 from leadoff with 2 runs scored a doouble, HR (5), and an RBI. Logan Landon (.212) went 2-4 with a double.
Jersey Shore (26-34) lost to Wilmington, 5-0.
Kevin Gowdy (3-4, 4.15) lasted 2.2 innings and gave up 5 runs on 6 hits and 2 walks. He struck out four. Manuel Silva (2.50) stranded 2 inherited runners and went 3.1 scoreless innings and allowed 2 hits and a walk. He struck out two. Carlo Reyes (4.66) rebounded with two perfect innings, striking out six. Aidan Anderson (3.24) pitched a scoreless ninth allowing a hit and striking out one.
The BlueClaws managed just three hits, a Keaton Greenwalt (.183) double and singles by Vito Friscia (.282) and Jose Tortolero (.148).
Clearwater (31-28) tied with Bradenton 4-4 in the bottom of the ninth. Suspended due to lightning.
Back and forth action. The Marauders scored first in the first inning. The Threshers went ahead in the fifth. The Marauders tied in the bottom of the fifth and then went ahead in the sixth. The Threshers tied in the seventh and went ahead in the eighth. The Marauders tied again in the bottom of the eighth.
Fernando Lozano (2.09) pitched 4.2 innings and gave up 2 runs on 2 hits and 4 walks. One of the hits was a solo HR. He struck out three. Alejandro Made (11.25) stranded 2 inherited runners but gave up a run on a solo HR and walked a batter. Leonel Aponte (2.70) also stranded 2 inherited runners. He pitched 1.2 innings and gave up a run on 4 hits. Gabriel Yanez (0.76) stranded one inherited runner and struck out 2 in one inning.
The Threshers scored twice to take the lead in the fifth inning on Marcus Lee Sang’s 2-run double. They tied the game in the seventh on an RBI single by Juan Aparicio. They took the lead in the eighth on Johan Rojas‘ (.237) RBI double. Aparicio (.222)went 2-4 with a walk and RBI. Jadiel Sanchez (.308) went 2-4 with a double. Lee Sang (.143) went 1-3 with a run scored, double, walk, and 2 RBI.
Rixon Wingrove (.225) was ejected after being hit by a pitch in the seventh inning and charging the mound after jawing with the pitcher. The pitcher was also ejected.
FCL Phillies (3-5) no game scheduled.
DSL Phillies Red and DSL Phillies White seasons run 7/12 thru 10/2.
There were over 250 DSL transactions on Friday; 400-plus DSL transactions on Saturday; and another 150-plus DSL transactions on Sunday. About 987 total DSL transactions in three days. The over/under is still 0.5 on how many were by the DSL Phillies. (Yeah, zero.) There will probably be 40-50 DSL transactions by the Phillies before first-pitch Monday.
DSL Phillies Red is playing at DSL Rockies at 10:30 AM.
DSL Phillies White is hosting DSL Rangers2 at 10:30 AM.
The DSL is made up of 46 teams in 5 eight-team divisions and one six-team division.
The DSL Phillies Red team is in the 8-team South Division with the Angels, Cardinals Blue, Mets1, Nationals, Rockies, Twins, Yankees1.
The DSL Phillies White team is in the 8-team San Pedro Division with the Brewers1, Cardinals Red, Cubs Red, Giants2, Mets2, Rangers2, Tigers.
The DSL is comprised of 46 teams from 29 MLB franchises. Seventeen teams have two DSL teams (Mets, Phillies, Brewers, Cardinals, Cubs, Reds, Pirates, Giants, Dodgers, Diamond Backs, Rockies, Red Sox, Yankees, Rays, Orioles, Royals, Rangers). Twelve teams have one (Nationals, Marlins, Padres, Blue Jays, White Sox, Indians, Tigers, Twins, Astros, Mariners, A’s, and Angels). The Braves have none.
The Affiliate Scoreboard.
Recent Transactions –
7/11/2021 – Phillies placed LHP Bailey Falter on the 10-day IL
7/11/2021 – Phillies placed RHP Aaron Nola on the 10-day IL
7/11/2021 – Phillies placed RHP Connor Brogdon on the 10-day IL
7/11/2021 – Phillies placed 3B Alec Bohm on the 10-day IL
7/11/2021 – Phillies recalled LHP Damon Jones from Lehigh Valley
7/11/2021 – Phillies recalled SS Nick Maton from Lehigh Valley
7/11/2021 – Phillies recalled RHP Mauricio Llovera from Lehigh Valley
7/11/2021 – Phillies recalled LHP Cristopher Sanchez from Lehigh Valley
8 thoughts on “Phillies’ Affiliates’ Recap (7/11/2021)”
Josh Stephen is going gangbusters hitting over .400 in past 55+ at bats. What is he doing different or better?
He has been looking at rocco’s hitting school videos.
Better than watching his videos when he worked as a pizza delivery guy.
Romus WOW YOU MADE A FUNNY
Rojas keeps hitting well after a slow start and will likely earn himself a promotion if he keeps this up. I watched the game on Milb.tv and he nearly hit 2 homeruns today to add to the HRs from the last 2 days. Also, Lee Sang made 2 great diving catches in the outfield and this was just his second game with the Threshers. He got his first hit at this level and it was a big one as he drove in 2 runs against a really good pitcher, He went 1-3 today after going 0-4 in his debut but its really early to look at his batting average.. Wingrove charged the mound today and it was funny to see the pitcher run away from him. Fortunately no punches were thrown and everyone stayed safe.
Hendrickson and Perkins have really elevated the starting pitching at Reading. We might have something with them. Also, Sanchez keeps hitting..
Interesting year from our oft denigrated farm system. Luke Williams, Nick Maton, Matt Vierling called up and did not embarrass themselves. Other than Maton, none of these seemed likely to make the majors at all in 2019. Now Guthrie is looking good at AAA. Remember when he was drafted a number of evaluators thought that he had a chance at 1st Rd. prior to an injury. These guys may not ever be stars- or even starters- but they might comprise a very reasonably priced and reliable bench one day that keeps the budget controlled with all of the large obligations to the stars.
Dalton Guthrie didn’t deserve to get promoted but he took advantage of the opportunity and he’s hitting better now than he did at any point in his minor league career. Can he keep this up? We’ll see but looks like he’s at Lehigh to stay.
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