Only one win last night. Lehigh Valley couldn’t keep pace and lost by nine. Reading received solid pitching and won. Jersey Shore was shutout in a game they were in most of the way. And, Clearwater saw their winning streak come to an end despite ten hits and some strong pitching.
Clearwater (9-9) lost to the Fort Myers Mighty Mussels, 3-2. link
Matt Osterberg was dominant for four innings. He allowed just two base runners on a walk and single and one was cut down trying to steal second. He ran into trouble in the fifth allowing a leadoff triple and double before being lifted in favor of Buddy Hayward who served up a 3-2 HR to surrender the lead. Hayward retired the side in order after that. Cam Wynne followed with three scoreless innings allowing 2 hits and striking out four. (Wynne threw 27 pitches in three innings, 24 for strikes.)
The Threshers took an early lead with a run in the first. Yhoswar Garcia reached on an error and stole both second and third. He scored on Lee Hao Yu’s RBI single. The Threshers scored a run in the seventh on Kendall Simmons’ two-out, RBI double. Questionable baserunning ended rallies in the seventh and eighth.
Lehigh Valley (9-11) lost to the Scranton/WB RailRiders, 15-6. link
James Marvel was short of marvelous. He lasted 3.2 innings and gave up 9 runs on 9 hits and 2 walks. He struck out four but threw a wild pitch and balked twice. Jake Hernandez pitched 0.1 innings and allowed one of two inherited runners to score. Jake Newberry pitched two innings and gave up 2 runs on 2 hits and a walk. Aaron Barrett gave up 4 runs in one inning on 5 hits. Zach Warren filled the bases on 2 hits and a walk but avoided a run in his one inning.
The IronPigs opened with 3 runs in the first inning on Darick Hall’s 3-run HR. They tied the game with 2 runs in the fourth on a bases-loaded walk and a double play. They added one more run on Bryson Stott’s sac fly in the sixth.
Reading (6-12) beat the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, 5-1. link
Noah Skirrow was dominant thru five innings allowing an unearned run on 3 hits and a walk. He struck out seven. McKinley Moore followed with two scoreless innings walking two and striking out five. Tyler Carr tossed a perfect frame. Billy Sullivan finished with a scoreless inning with one walk.
The Phils took the lead in the second inning with three runs on an RBI single by Jack Conley and a wild pitch on a strikeout that scored 2 runs. Conley provided an insurance run in the eighth with a solo HR. Vito Friscia belted a solo HR in the ninth.
Conley went 2-4 with 2 runs scored and 2 RBIs. Logan O’Hoppe went 2-5 with a double and a triple. O’Hoppe’s .236 was the highest in the lineup. Four are below .200. The other four are below .215.
Jersey Shore (6-12) lost to the Aberdeen IronBirds, 4-0. link
Jhordany Mezquita threw a solid four innings. He pitched shutout ball and allowed just 2 hits and a walk. He struck out five. Andrew Schultz gave up 2 runs in one inning of work on 2 hits and a walk. Aidan Anderson tossed two shutout innings allowing one hit and striking out three. Jason Ruffcorn pitched one inning and gave up a walk and 2-run HR.
The BlueClaws couldn’t generate many scoring opportunities. And, couldn’t take advantage of the few they had. Carlos De La Cruz went 2-3 with a double. The Claws had 3 other hits and 2 walks. They went 0-7 with runners in scoring position.
De La Cruz is batting .375, Baron Radcliff is at .250, Casey Martin is at .217, and the rest of the lineup is below .200.
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3 thoughts on “Phillies Affiliates’ Recap (4/28/2022)”
Luis Garcia better get things figured out this summer. His stock continues to plummet. Development just not there.
He’s been out hurt.
Mezquita pitched great, that’s encouraging. Also, Stott had two hits.
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