Phillies’ Affiliates Recap (7/7/2022)

Here are today’s results. 


Lehigh Valley (43-38) lost to the Rochester Red Wings, 11-2.  Connor Brogdon threw one rehab inning to open the game.  He allowed 2 hits, no runs, and struck out two.  The IronPigs used 7 more relievers.  Rafael Marchan went 1-3 with a single and a walk.


Reading (34-44, 5-4) beat the Richmond Flying Squirrels, 5-3.  Ethan Lindow pitched 6.2 innings, 6 hits, 3 runs, 0 walk, and 5 strikeouts.  Brian Marconi picked up his 11th save.  Simon Muzziotti hit his first HR.  Wendell Rijo hit 2 HR (5 and 6).  Logan O’Hoppe went 1-3.  Johan Rojas had 2 hits including a triple and stole his fifth Double-A base.


Jersey Shore (27-50, 2-9) lost to the Hudson Valley Renegades, 7-1.  Albertus Barber tossed a scoreless inning, one walk, and one strikeout.  Freylin Minyety had 2 of their 5 hits. Luis Garcia went 1-4.


Clearwater (38-39, 3-9) beat the Dunedin Blue Jays, 6-4.  Nick Maton went 1-4 with an RBI in a rehab start at second base.  Marcus Lee Sang hit his 8th HR with 2 men on.  Arturo De Freitas had 2 hits, a HR (5), and 2 RBI.  Gabriel Cotto pitched five innings and gave up 2 ER on 6 hits, 2 walks, and 4 strikeouts.


FCL Phillies (9-13) lost the completion of a suspended game, 9-2, and won 4-3.  The suspended game was ugly, nothing to report other than Rickardo Pderez drew 3 walks.  Jake McKenna made his debut in the second game.  He retired one batter and walked the bases loaded.  Jose Pena allowed an inherited runner to score but struck out six in 4’a inning.


DSL Phillies Red (14-8) lost to the DSL Twins, 8-3.  Santiago Torres and Jorge Mendez had 2 hits each.


DSL Phillies White (12-10) lost to Texas Red, 2-1.  Manolfi Jimenez, one our new 17-year-olds, hit his second HR.


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Transactions

7/07/2022 – Phillies sent RHP Connor Brogdon on a rehab assignment to Lehigh
7/07/2022 – Phillies sent SS Nick Maton on a rehab assignment to Clearwater
7/07/2022 – Reading placed C Vito Friscia on the TIL (WBC NED)
7/07/2022 – Reading activated CF Hunter Markwardt from the 7-day IL
7/07/2022 – Clearwater activated C Andrick Nava from the 7-day IL
7/07/2022 – C Adony Mejia assigned to FCL Phillies from Clearwater
7/06/2022 – Lehigh Valley transferred RHP Aaron Barrett to the Development List
6/14/2022 – DSL White placed SS Kilwer Colmenares on the 60-day IL
6/04/2022 – DSL Red placed LHP Neyker Ibarra on the 10-day IL

9 thoughts on “Phillies’ Affiliates Recap (7/7/2022)

  1. -LH JoJo Romero – 1 perfect IP – 7 pitches – 7 strikes
    He is getting very close to a recall.

  2. Rojas….77 games, 38 stolen bases.
    Reading has approx 60 games left in the season….with any luck, Rojas could end up with 70 SBs for the year. Right now he is 4th in all of the minors. Doubt he will ever catch Max Ferguson in the Cal League with 51 SBs, but good chance he comes in runner-up.

    1. Romus……..I think if Rojas is a throw-in and DD Is certainly concocting something, we will greatly regret it. Also, Ethan Lindow appears to be quite the technician. Though he lacks the heater, not many walks in his stuff! I hope Cole Irwin is a reminder/lesson to us.

    2. Not really sure what to make of Rojas right now. He’s been great in Reading, though small sample. Very mixed bag in jersey shore.

      I wonder if they were having him try specific things at the plate before that might have hampered his numbers. It wouldn’t be the first time. Or maybe he’s just in a groove.

      1. let him get in a groove right now and sell him at the peak of his value. personally i still question his hit tool in terms of being a key player on a good mlb team, but let some other gm fall in love with him and get us something for the current team

        1. If he is still on the team in 2023, I would think Rojas will again be a camp invitee in the spring…perhaps start the season at LHV, or maybe Reading again for a short stop-over, and then maybe get a chance in Philly by August 2023.
          I assume, he will be on the 40 come December he is now Rule 5 eligible after this season…… and seems injuries happen every season, so who knows.

  3. I wonder if Lindow gets consideration to pitch in Toronto. Hell be properly rested, and we know a bunch of our guys arent gonna be able to make the trip

      1. Haha very good point. Do you know something we dont there? All I know is if I were a minor leaguer Id make sure I was vaxed in case an opportunity like this came up. But if hes not, yeah hes not in the equation. Im really worried were gonna miss the playoffs by a game or two and theyll look back at get swept by toronto bc they have to field a AAA team

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