Phillies’ Affiliates Recap (7/8/2022)

Here are today’s results. 


Lehigh Valley (44-38) walked off against the Rochester Red Wings, 6-5.  Dalton Guthrie tied the game with a 3-run HR in the ninth.  He had 3 hits including a double and 5 RBI.  JoJo Romero allowed a hit and struck out two in one rehab inning.


Reading (35-44, 6-4) beat the Richmond Flying Squirrels, 4-2 in 10 innings.  Simon Muzziotti had 2 hits, 2 walks, and a sacrifice fly in 5 plate appearances.  Johan Rojas had 2 hits including a double.  Bubby Rossman opened in a bullpen game and threw three scoreless innings.  Reading continued with seven pitchers.  Francisco Morales chipped in with 1.1 innings, stranded 2 inherited base runners, struck out three, but gave up a run.


Jersey Shore (27-51, 2-10) lost to the Hudson Valley Renegades, 6-3.  Carlos De La Cruz had 2 hits, a double and a 3-run HR.  Mick Abel gave up 5 runs on 5 hits (2 HR) and 6 walks.  He struck out four.  Jason Ruffcorn struck out 5 in two innings of relief.


Clearwater (39-39, 4-9) beat the Dunedin Blue Jays, 7-1.  Nick Maton went 1-4 with a double and RBI in a rehab start at second base.  Marcus Lee Sang had 2 hits, a walk, and an RBI.  Jordi Martinez pitched five innings and gave up one run on 3 hits and a walk striking out four.


FCL Phillies (10-13) beat the FCL Tigers, 8-1.  Jaydenn Estanista pitched three shutout innings walking two and striking out three.  Jordan Viars hit his first HR.  Rehabbing Justin Williams hit a HR.  Yemal Flores hit a  3-run HR (3).  DH Rickardo Perez singled in the first inning and was replaced with a pinch-runner, Felix Reyes who had 2 hits and scored 3 runs.


DSL Phillies Red (14-9) lost to the DSL Texas Blue, 10-4.  Aroon Escobar, one of our new 17-year-olds, had 2 hits and 3 RBI.  Carlos Millan mopped up with two scoreless, hitless innings and 2 strikeouts.


DSL Phillies White (13-10) beat Texas Red, 9-8, in a walk-off.  Manolfi Jimenez, one of our new 17-year-olds, went 3-4 with a double, HBP, and 2 RBI.  Raylin Heredia had 3 hits, 2 doubles, and 3 RBI.  Hermes Astudillo pitched 1.1 innings, allowed one hit, struck out three, and got his third win.


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Transactions

7/08/2022 – Phillies recalled RHP Michael Kelly from Lehigh Valley
7/08/2022 – Phillies optioned LHP Bailey Falter to Lehigh Valley
7/08/2022 – Phillies sent 3B Johan Camargo on a rehab assignment to Lehigh Valley
7/08/2022 – Phillies optioned LHP Kent Emanuel to Lehigh Valley
7/08/2022 – Reading sent LHP Taylor Lehman on a rehab assignment to Clearwater
7/07/2022 – Reading placed RHP Griff McGarry on the 7-day IL

8 thoughts on “Phillies’ Affiliates Recap (7/8/2022)

  1. i was at the reading game last night and was impressed by rossman. he was at 97 and blowing away the batters but also showed some good off speed pitches. muzziotti and rojas also looked capable. rojas still needs to improve his plate discipline. he is an out of the zone chaser. morales has a great slider but erratic control. i have tickets for sunday but a lot of family stuff may prevent me from going.

  2. I guess I’m just gonna lead the Andrew Schultz hype train. He got back on track last night after having a few walks in his previous 2 innings.

    That puts his numbers since May 1 to 19IP, 3 ER, 34 Ks and 7 BBs. I hope he gets a call to Reading soon.

  3. Might be a sleeper for the MLB but watch LH Taylor Lehman, he had – 2 perfect IP – 2 K’s – 23 pitches – 15 strikes ( FB, slider, curve – top velo – 94 mph ) last night with Clearwater on a rehab assignment.

  4. Four youngsters in the FCL that intrigue me and may prove to be top prospects in a few years…Jordan Viars, Lou Helmig, Ricardo Perez and Yemal Flores.
    Flores has good size with power, and right now too much swing and miss, but maybe he will get that under control as he moves up the ladder.

    1. Flores has been so bad between this year and last in the DSL that I don’t really register him as much of a prospect. He hasn’t even had that many at-bats but the strikeouts are at such a high level that it sets off an alarm. K rate is near 50% right now.

      Viars, not sure. He’s been dealing with injuries so he mostly gets a pass but I hope he locks in soon and gets to Clearwater. I was high on him coming into the season.

  5. This is now 2 years in a row where Rojas struggles at his current level, gets promoted and then hits like crazy.

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