Phillies’ Affiliates Recap (7/14/2022)

Here are today’s results. 


Lehigh Valley (46-41) beat the Charlotte Knights, 8-3.  Donny Sands had 2 hits and 2 RBI.  Jake Hernandez struck out 2 of the 4 batters he faced in 1.1 innings. 


Reading (38-46, 9-6) lost to the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, 7-5.  Johan Camargo had 2 hits and an RBI.  Logan O’Hoppe had a hit and 2 walks.  Jhailyn Ortiz had 2 doubles and an RBI.  Johan Rojas, who had been hit on the hand by a pitch Wednesday night, pinch hit and flew out in the ninth.  Brian Marconi struck out 2 of the 3 batters he faced in one inning.


Jersey Shore (28-54, 3-13) won the competition of the suspended game with the Aberdeen IronBirds, 6-3, and lost the regularly scheduled game, 5-4.  Rixon Wingrove had a double, HR (7), and 2 RBI, and Ethan Wilson had 2 singles and his 22nd stolen base in game one.  In game two, Wilson had 2 more singles. Kyle Glogoski walked one and struck out two in two, scoreless innings.


Clearwater (40-42, 5-12) postponed rain


FCL Phillies (10-16) postponed rain


DSL Phillies Red (18-10) lost to the DSL Tigers1, 7-2.  Solardo Rodriguez had 2 hits


DSL Phillies White (16-11) beat the DSL Tampa Bay2, 11-2.  Ezequiel Ventura gave up one run in five innings on one hit (HR), 2 walks, and 5 strikeouts.  Hermes Astudillo struck out 3 in two innings.  Juan Villavicencio had 4 hits and 3 runs scored.  Leonardo Rondon had 3 hits and 2 RBI.  Dariam Gutierrez had 3 hits (including his 2nd HR) and 4 RBI.  Raylin Heredia hit his second HR.  Derek Escobar had 3 hits (including his first HR) and 3 RBI.


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Transactions

7/14/2022 – Phillies activated 3B Alec Bohm from the restricted list
7/14/2022 – Phillies activated C J.T. Realmuto from the restricted list
7/14/2022 – Phillies activated RHP Aaron Nola from the restricted list
7/14/2022 – Phillies activated RHP Kyle Gibson from the restricted list
7/14/2022 – C Rafael Marchan returned to Lehigh Valley from Philadelphia
7/14/2022 – Phillies sent RHP Michael Kelly outright to Lehigh Valley
7/14/2022 – Phillies optioned 3B Will Toffey to Lehigh Valley
7/14/2022 – RHP Nick Duron returned to Lehigh Valley from Philadelphia
7/14/2022 – RHP Bubby Rossman returned to Reading from Philadelphia

 

9 thoughts on “Phillies’ Affiliates Recap (7/14/2022)

  1. Heading to Reading tonight, was hoping to catch McGarry but still some top prospects to see for the first time.

      1. That said you keep him going and hope something clicks one day. He is just 23. I really believe at some point a team not competing for anything can give him a spot on their roster to see if he materializes into something.

        For the Phillies though with our corner OF commitments I don’t see that happening.

        1. Idk…Ortiz got quite a look in CF for a while. He doesn’t fit the physical profile but he is still very athletic. But yes, I would think he’ll wind up with another organization fairly soon.

    1. The power is there, he just needs to make more contact. And it’s not like I’m asking him to hit .300 (although it would be nice). Last season he had a slash of .262/.358/.521 at JS. He’s currently hitting .243. It doesn’t sound like much of a difference but it is. Not everybody can be Schwarber and hit mainly HRs.

  2. I think Ortiz would have been a star had he signed for a club with a decent development system. I think our draft and international efforts have been set back not just by poor identification of talent but also very poor development. Not many guys have made substantive improvement. Mostly their own hard work and natural talent if they do succeed.

    1. Someone posted an article here recently about the team’s development and mentioned McGarry specifically, about how the scouts identified the talent and the development people went to work trying to figure out why his control was so poor. It’s an encouraging sign that the two sides are working on the same page and not sabotaging each other, which was apparently an issue with the previous regime.

    2. I doubt it. If you can’t hit a baseball then there is not much anybody can do. He has a career 30@ K rate. Dylan Cozens had a minor league career K rate of 29%. There is only so much coaching can do.

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