Phillies’ Affiliates Recap (7/17/2022)

Here are today’s results. 


Lehigh Valley (49-41) beat the Charlotte Knights, 6-0.  Cristopher Sanchez threw five shutout innings allowing 4 hits, no walks, and striking out five.  Jake Hernandez came in with the bases loaded to strike out the final batter to preserve the win and record his second save.  Dalton Guthrie was hit with a pitch to lead off the game and was replaced with a pinch runner.  His replacement, Scott Kingery, went 0-1 with 2 runs scored and 3 walks.  Maton, Sands, Ockimey, and Maggi had 2 hits each.  Ockimey had 5 RBI, 4 on his 2nd HR.

The IronPigs return to action on Thursday, July 21st.


Reading (40-47, 11-7) beat the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, 4-3.  Ethan Lindow pitched four, one-run innings on 6 hits, a walk, and 2 strikeouts.  Reliever Billy Sullivan faced 2 batters that reached on a strikeout wild pitch and an errant throw on a fielder’s choice.  He left with an injury and Francisco Morales was brought in.  He walked two to force in a run and blew the save on a fielder’s choice that scored a run.  Then he struck out two to end the inning.  Mike Adams got the win with one 3-strikeout inning.  Brian Marconi got his 12th save.  Kevin Vicuna went 3-3 with a double.  Wendell Rijo had 2 hits.

The Phils return to action on Thursday, July 21st.


Jersey Shore (31-55, 6-14) beat the Aberdeen IronBirds, 9-0.  Ben Brown pitched seven, shutout innings.  He allowed 2 hits, walked none, and struck out thirteen.  JP Woodward and Andrew Baker closed out the shutout, each tossing a clean inning with 2 strikeouts.  Rehabbing Justin Williams went 0-4 with 2 walks.  Jared Carr had 4 hits, a HR (2), a walk, and 2 RBI.  Luis Garcia had 3 hits, 3 runs scored, 2 doubles, a walk, and 3 runs scored.  Carlos De La Cruz had 3 hits, a HR (5), and 4 RBI.

The BlueClaws return to action on Thursday, July 21st.


Clearwater (42-44, 7-14) beat the Fort Myers Mighty Mussels, 5-4 in 10 innings.  Lee Hao Yu was activated and went 0-4.  Marcus Lee Sang had 3 hits and stole his 17th base.  Seven Threshers’ pitchers combined to strike out 15 batters.

The Threshers return to action on Thursday, July 21st.


FCL Phillies (11-17) No games scheduled during All-Star break.  The Phillies return to action on Thursday, July 21st.


DSL Phillies Red (18-11) No game scheduled.


DSL Phillies White (18-11) No game scheduled.


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

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Transactions

7/17/2022 – Lehigh Valley activated LF Dustin Peterson
7/17/2022 – Lehigh Valley placed LF Dustin Peterson on the 7-day IL
7/17/2022 – Clearwater transferred C Chris Burke to the Development List
7/17/2022 – Clearwater activated 2B Hao Yu Lee
7/17/2022 – Reading activated C Vito Friscia from the temporarily inactive list
7/17/2022 – Reading placed CF Hunter Markwardt on the 7-day IL
7/16/2022 – Clearwater sent LHP Samuel Aldegheri on a rehab assignment to FCL Phillies

 

6 thoughts on “Phillies’ Affiliates Recap (7/17/2022)

  1. Ben Brown, wow!!!!!
    Andrew painter , mick able, griff mcgart, Ben Brown, NUCE!!!!!

  2. Yes, Ben Brown is really trying to force he way into the prospect discussions. Would be nice to have a surprise addition to the system arms brigade.

  3. First time, looooooonnng time. Big fan of these threads, love them, love them. Along with MW Twitter feed best source of Phil’s fans. By far.
    Question…does Brown’s stuff project? I know stats and age for level can be be fool’s gold but geez.

    1. Ben Brown is currently ranked #26 on the Pipeline. After the midseason update, if Brown jumps up to say 10-15, that would be a decent indicator that he’s on the right track. Either way, Brown should be ticketed for Reading fairly soon.

      1. BA has Ben Brown up to #7 on their midseason rankings. 40 control could limit to bullpen.

        1. 40 control? Seriously? If he’s 40, then what is Francisco Morales’ number?

          I’ve been hearing that his secondary stuff is average, now you’re saying that his control is not that great, something is not adding up. His current walk rate of 3 is fine. Normally when you’re wild, your hit rate goes up because you’re leaving too many balls in the zone. He’s only giving up 6.8 hits which again is pretty good. His SO rate of 13.2 is great. Again, you don’t normally get to that number with only the fastball. So his secondaries has to be decent, and it seems like he’s throwing all his pitches for strikes because his walk rate is not terrible.

          He needs to go to Reading to clear this up!

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