The stateside affiliates went 3-1. Lehigh Valley kicked butt. Reading rallied and held on. Jersey Shore got two-hit, and Clearwater see-sawed back and forth for six innings before breaking the game open.
The FCL Phillies had the first game of a DH suspended on Monday and were off on Tuesday. Both DSL teams won their first games on Monday. On Tuesday, Red lost and White won.
Lehigh Valley (28-38) beat Worcester, 14-5. Chase Anderson (1-2, 5.71) pitched 5.2 innings and gave up 3 runs on 6 hits and 3 walks. Jake Hernandez (10.29) pitched 0.1 innings and allowed an inherited runner to score and gave up a run on a hit and a walk. Damon Jones (6.45) gave up one run in one inning on a hit and 3 walks. Mike Adams (0.93) pitched the final two innings and allowed one hit and no runs.
Odubel Herrera went 3-4 with a run scored, walk, and RBI from the leadoff spot. Dalton Guthrie (.362) went 2-5 with 2 runs scored, a double, and an RBI. Darick Hall (.193) went 2-3 with 3 runs scored, 2 walks, and 2 doubles. Ryan Cordell hit his 12th HR and had 3 RBI.
Reading (27-40) beat New Hampshire, 9-8. The Phils fell behind 6-0, tied the game at 6 and then 7 before going in front by 2 and holding on for the win. Francisco Morales (7.11) pitched two innings and gave up 3 runs on one hit and 5 walks. Tyler Carr (6.03) pitched 1.2 innings and gave up3 runs on 5 hits and a walk. Zach Warren (2.96) stranded an inherited runner but gave up a run on 2 walks. Brian Marconi (1-1, 2.42) Allowed one of three inherited runners to score and pitched 1.2 scoreless innings giving up a hit and 2 walks. Braden Zarbniskey (3.26) earned his fifth save with two one-run innings. He gave up a solo HR and struck out three.
Daniel Brito (.298) went 3-5 with 2 runs scored, a walk, and an RBI. Arquimedes Gamboa (.224) went 1-3 with a 2-run HR (7), 2 walks, and 3 RBI. Bryson Stott (.259) went 2-5 with a double and run scored. Madison Stokes (.263) went 2-5 with a run scored and RBI. Rodolfo Duran (.206) went 3-5 with a run scored. Grenny Cumana (.313) went 2-5 with a run scored and RBI.
Jersey Shore (29-38) lost to Winston-Salem, 6-0 on 2 hits. Jonathan Hughes (3-4, 4.98) pitched five innings and gave up 5 runs on 9 hits. Andrew Brown went two innings and gave up an unearned run on 2 hits. Blake Brown pitched a scoreless inning walking two.
Jhailyn Ortiz (.242) and Matt Kroon (.154) had the BlueClaws only hits. The Claws drew 4 walks. But, 2 of their 6 base runners were cut down trying to steal. Kroon had an outfield assist at home.
Clearwater (33-33) beat Tampa, 12-6. When we last saw Rodolfo Sanchez (5.84) a week ago, he struck out 10 batters in 3.1 innings. Last night, he went 3.1 innings and gave up 3 runs on 2 hits and 4 walks while striking out four. Gabriel Yanez (5-0, 2.54) got the win allowing an inherited runner to score and pitching 1.2 innings giving up 2 runs on 2 hits and 2 HR. He did strike out four. Fernando Lozano (2.08) pitched the best going three innings allowing one run on 4 hits and a walk. Carlos Francisco (2.61) pitched one scoreless inning giving up 2 hits.
Jadiel Sanchez hit a solo HR (1) in the first inning. Marcus Lee Sang drove in a run with a ground our in the second. Abrahan Gutierrez hit a solo HR (5) in the fourth. Nicolas Torres drove in 2 runs in the fifth on a 2-run double. Micah Yonamine drove in a run with a ground out in the sixth. The Threshers scored 5 runs in the seventh on Rixon Wingrove’s 2-run double, bases-loaded walk,s to Lee Sang and Yonamine, and Luis Garcia’s RBI single. They added a run in the eighth on another bases-loaded walk to Yonamine.
Sanchez (.319), Torres (.253), and Wingrove (.231) each had 2 hits. Torres, Wingrove, and Lee Sang (.227) each had 2 RBI. Yonamine (.148) had 3 RBI and 3 walks.
FCL Phillies (8-6) Monday’s game was suspended after three innings because of heavy rain with the FCL Phillies leading the FCL Tigers East, 12-0. Adam Haseley smoked a 2-run HR in the third inning.no Sunday games in the FCL. The game will be completed on 7/24. The second game of the DH will be made up on 7/30. No game scheduled on Tuesday.
DSL Phillies Red (1-5) picked up their first win of the season beating the DSL Nationals on Monday, 3-1 – Rickardo Perez (.286) went 1-3; and lost to the Nationals, 3-1 on Tuesday – Rickardo Perez (.294) went 1-3.
DSL Phillies White (2-4) picked up their first win of the season beating the DSL Brewers1 on Monday, 3-1 – Yermal Flores (.235) went 0-2 with a walk but was replaced late in the game; and beat the Brewers1, 4-3 on Tuesday – Flores DNP.
The Affiliate Scoreboard, the FCL Scoreboard, and the DSL Scoreboard.
7/20/2021 – Phillies sent CF Odubel Herrera on a rehab assignment to Lehigh Valley
7/20/2021 – Phillies placed RHP Zach Eflin on the 10-day IL, patella tendonitis
7/20/2021 – Phillies activated RHP Aaron Nola from the 10-day IL
7/20/2021 – Phillies recalled RHP Mauricio Llovera from Lehigh Valley
7/20/2021 – Phillies recalled CF Mickey Moniak from Lehigh Valley
7/20/2021 – Phillies placed LHP Bailey Falter on the 10-day IL
7/20/2021 – Phillies placed RHP JD Hammer on the 10-day IL
7/20/2021 – Reading activated RHP Billy Sullivan from the 7-day IL
7/20/2021 – RHP Carlos A Francisco assigned to Clearwater from Jersey Shore
7/20/2021 – RHP Wilson Gherbaz assigned to FCL Phillies from Clearwater
7/19/2021 – Jersey Shore sent 3B Chris Cornelius on a rehab assignment to FCL Phillies
7/19/2021 – C Mitchell Edwards assigned to FCL Phillies
7/11/2021 – DSL Red released SS Raulyn Blanc
18 thoughts on “Threshers’ and Affiliates’ Recap (7/20/2021)”
Is Kendall Simmons hurt? I haven’t seen his name in the box scores in quite some time.
For some of these players, if they are always hurt they will eventually be passed by other players in the system.
I’m not sure why you’re surprised about this. It happens all the time. When players get an opportunity, they have a chance to prove their worth. You can see it with Dalton Guthrie. He didn’t deserve the promotion to Lehigh, but for whatever reason, he’s hitting lights out. He’s not headed back to Reading anytime soon.
The two positional players in the DSL I have my fingers-crossed on are Rickardo Perez and Yemal Flores……both over $1M signing bonuses in the last international signing period.
I live in Winston-Salem and the Threshers are in town this week. If you happen to know, when is Mick Able scheduled to make his next start? In another thread someone [it may have been you] mentioned that his next start would be tonight.
Please disregard my comment. Jersey Shore is in town [Winston-Salem], not Clearwater. Sorry for the confusion.
Looks like Abel is pitching tonight for Clearwater, I was also hoping to see him in Winston , but I don’t think he was promoted yet. I think Jim was thinking maybe he would be by now.
Wow those are big bonuses for us Romus. Someone must really like these young men…
Flores is 5’11” 206 LBS is that a typo LOL
DMAR…apparently not a typo, both BR and Fangraphs have him at that weight….he is rather stocked I guess .,,,hopefully defined.
After the string of Tocci, Grullon, Pujols, Encarnacion, Braylan Garcia…all monetary bonuses of significance, hoping the Phillies will become that blind squirrel soon.
Criqui when I was 17 I was tipping the scales at a measly 165
Glad to see Billy Sullivan is back in Reading, was worried when he went on the IL, looking forward to seeing how he does the rest of the year.
Don’t worry about Billy Sullivan. I’ve been talking to his Dad (seriously) who sometimes works in my office (great guy, by the way) and he said what happened to him is no big deal at all and he’s fine. It sounds like he may even have regretted saying anything to the staff, but the Phillies are super careful with their young pitchers, as they should be.
Good to hear, as I was hoping he would be in LV by now but as long as he’s healthy that’s the main thing.
Just 60 PAs….but Jamari Baylor smokin’…three more hits today..OPS >.900 so far….keep it up guy.
Loved Jamari out of that draft. To the extent where we got him (3rd round) and his profile. then 2020 and no ball for him. He’s 20 now so hopefully he comes along at a nice pace.
I also….like to see him progress enough that by mid-August they let him get a taste of Hi-A at the Jersey Shore.
If that happens let’s take a road trip. I’ve never been to that park and its probably only an hour from Bucks County
But NL reminded me…..Clearwater would be his next stop out of the FSL…..I keep getting the new minor league system screwed up.
Heck even Dave D keeps calling it the Gulf Coast League.
Rough night for Abel. He’s going through some growing pains.
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