Phillies’ Affiliates Recap (7/10/2022)

Here are today’s results. 


Lehigh Valley (45-39) lost to the Rochester Red Wings, 2-0 in 10 innings.  Six relief pitchers scattered 9 hits and a walk through nine innings.  Dalton Guthrie had 3 of the IronPigs 4 hits.


Reading (36-45, 7-5) lost to the Richmond Flying Squirrels, 7-2.  Eric Miller struck out two in one inning, his first since coming off the Development List.  Jhailyn Ortiz had 2 doubles, a walk, and an RBI in 3 ABs.  Logan O’Hoppe had a hit, walk, and HBP in 2 ABs.


Jersey Shore (27-53, 2-12) lost to the Hudson Valley Renegades, 9-6 in 11 innings.  Ben Brown gave up 3 runs (only one earned) on 5 hits, one walk, and 8 strikeouts.  Carlos De La Cruz, Rixon Wingrove, and Baron Radcliff each had 2 hits and a double.  Wingrove had 2 RBI.


Clearwater (40-40, 5-10) beat the Dunedin Blue Jays, 5-3.  Justin Williams had 2 doubles in a rehab start.  Nick Maton also had 2 hits in a rehab start.  Marcus Lee Sang, Micah Yonamine, and Jamari Baylor also had 2 hits each.  Baylor hit his 4th HR.  Chris Burke and Williams each threw out runners at home plate.  Matt Osterberg gave up 5 hits in two scoreless innings while notching his first win of the season.


FCL Phillies (10-13) no games scheduled.


DSL Phillies Red (15-9) no games scheduled.


DSL Phillies White (14-10) no games scheduled.


Steve Potter’s Minor League Roundup from his Phillies – A Fan’s View

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Rosters and Stuff


Transactions

7/10/2022 – New York Mets claimed LHP Sam Clay off waivers from Phillies
7/10/2022 – Reading activated LHP Erik Miller from the Development List


(Sidebar: Langhorne, PA native and Holy Ghost Prep alum Nolan Jones was called up on July 8th and made his big league debut with Cleveland the same day.  He got his first hit on the 8th, his first HR on the 9th, and his first 3-game hitting streak on the 10th.  He’s batting 5 for 10 with a double, HR, 4 RBI, 3 walks, 2 K, and a 1.515 OPS.  Jones was selected in the second round of the 2016 draft (55th overall pick).  Oh, HGP is my alma mater, class of …)

21 thoughts on “Phillies’ Affiliates Recap (7/10/2022)

  1. Please continue sharing link to Steve Potter’s site, he provides so much information that I need to read it over and over to make sure I comprehend all of it.

    1. Denny….if you go move over to the right side menu:

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    1. He has definitely improved to the point where he’s on the Phillies radar. I think he’s close to top 10. I would rank it now:

      1.Painter
      2.Abel
      3.O’Hoppe
      4.Rojas
      5.McGarry
      6.Miller
      7.Crouse
      8.Wilson
      9.Lee
      10.Perez

      I have Garcia and Morales falling out of the top 10.

      I would put Brown in the 11-15 range now, with Viars and Sands.

      1. Thats a real solid list overall, I dont think Crouse really belongs still. He’ll have to earn his way back up my list when he comes back from his injury, but personally id now have him in the 15-20 range.

        1. Worried about Abel, not taking control of the situation in high A yet, but he is young.

        2. Crouse is in the top 10 because he’s at Lehigh (so he’s close), he’s still only 23, and he can still start. The minute he turns into a reliever, he’s out of the top 10.

      2. If Wilson wasn’t a 2nd rd pick, he wouldn’t be top 10. His performance has just been so so. McGarry is clearly at 4 now as he just was added to the top 100 overall.

  2. Painter, Abel, O’Hoppe and McGarry make BA’s mid-season top 100. Kudos to all 3. What are the chances that we still have all 3 after the trade deadline? I am not advocating trading any of them, just wondering what people think since being a top 100 on BA’s list seems to carry weight for teams looking to trade players. Personally, I think it’s O’Hoppe that goes, and despite seeing so many once upon a time top prospects of ours not pan out, I still get attached to them all, and I think O’Hoppe will be a player and would hate to lose him.

  3. Anyone see Keith Law’s write-up of Jersey Shore prospects? Any useful intel?

    1. He was high on Andrew Painter. Said on that 2 inning appearance, Painter threw only FBs and CBs. Called both offerings “plus”. Couldn’t have asked for more from him.

      Said Mick Abel has the makings of two above-average pitches (FB & slurve), but needs to work on command and develop a CH or something else to keep hitters on both sides off the heater.

      Had good things to say about Griff McGarry’s “stuff”, but says he needs work on command and control. Also complimented Phillies development staff for loosening his delivery, and helping him throw a lot more strikes than he did in college.

      Had encouraging things to say about Ben Brown. Liked the FB. His other three pitches are only avg. But still believes he has a shot to be a SP because of his ability to throw strikes.

      Nothing positive on Ethan Wilson.

      Casey Martin chases too many bad pitches, but he is a plus defender at SS, and is also a plus runner.

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