Phillies’ Affiliates Recap (8/9/2022)

Here are today’s results. 


Lehigh Valley (59-47) beat the Charlotte Knights, 8-1.  Michael Plassmeyer (4-2, 3.06) went six innings and allowed one run on 2 hits and 2 walks.  He struck out seven.  Michael Kelly (5.51), Jace Fry (3.12), and Mark Appel (2.12) followed with three shutout innings.  Simon Muzziotti made his debut going 1-4 with a walk at the top of the order.  Yairo Munoz (.339) went 3-5 with a double and RBI.  Johan Camargo (.174) went 1-3 with a double, walk, and RBI.  


Reading (45-57, 16-17) beat the Harrisburg Senators, 13-2.  They put the game out of reach with a 9-run ninth inning.  Noah Skirrow (5-7, 4.48) pitched five innings and gave up one run on 5 hits and 2 walks.  Taylor Lehman (0.00) pitched a one-hit inning striking out two.  McCarthy Tatum debuted going 3-5 with a HR (1) and 3 RBI.  Vito Friscia (.243) went 2-5 with a double and RBI.  Kevin Vicuna (.255) went 2-5.  Aldrem Corredor (.233) went 2-3 with 2 walks, a double, HR (9), and one RBI.


Jersey Shore (38-65, 13-24) beat the Greensboro Grasshoppers, 14-3.  Matt Russell (5-7, 4.52) pitched five innings and allowed 2 runs on 5 hits and 3 walks.  The BlueClaws scored 13 runs in the third inning.  Andrick Nava (.246) went 3-5 with an RBI.  Kendall Simmons (.167) went 2-5 with a HR (1) and 3 RBI.


Clearwater (47-55, 12-25) lost to the St. Lucie Mets, 9-2.  Matt  Osterberg (3.62) tossed three solid middle relief innings with no hits, one walk, and 5 K.  Starlyn Castillo (11.25) got hit hard again although the 4 runs he gave up in four innings pulled his ERA down a little.  He did strike out seven.  Lee Hao Yu (.276) went 1-4.  The Threshers had just 3 hits, all singles, and struck out 14 times.  Our pitchers collected 15 Ks.


FCL Phillies (17-25) beat the FCL Yankees in the completion of a suspended game (bottom of the first, no score), 4-3, and then had their scheduled game suspended in the top of the third tied at one.

Victor Vargas got the win with four rehab innings allowing one run on 2 hits, no walks, and 4 K.  Josh Hendrickson had been the original starter but hadn’t thrown a pitch.  Keylan Killgore tossed a rehab inning and gave up a run on 3 hits and a walk with 2 K.  Samuel Aldegheri tossed two scoreless innings walking one and striking out the side.  Rehabbing Cam Wynne pitched a clean inning.  And, Jonathan Petit (4.97), the lone non-rehabber, picked up his first save with a one-run inning on 2 hits, a walk, and 2 K.

Sixteen position players were used with several no longer on the roster.  Fourteenth-round prep pick, SS Bryan Rincon made his professional debut going 1-4 with a double and 3 RBI.

The second game lineup was almost completely new guys.  Manuel Urias (4.91) started and went two innings giving up one run on 4 hits with a K.  Justin Crawford made his debut leading off, drew a walk, stole a base, and was hit by a pitch.  Gustavo Sosa went 0-1 with an RBI on a sacrifice fly.  Dakota Kotowski went 0-1.  Cole Moore went 0-1.  Jordan Dissin drew a walk in his only AB.  Ty Penner went 0-1.  Ezra Farmer went 0-1.  Bryan Rincon went 1-1 with a run scored.  And, FCL veteran Nikau Pouaka-Grego (.279) went 1-1.


DSL Phillies White (29-18) beat the DSL Phillies Red (29-18), 5-3.  White got some solid pitching.  Maxwell Hernandez (0.60) opened with four innings and gave up one run on 3 hits and 2 walks.  Douglas Mijares (6-2, 5.48) cherry-picked the win with a one-run inning on 2 hits and a walk.  Wilmer Blanco (6.98) tossed a one-hit, shutout inning.  Hermes Astudillo (4.02) earned the save with a one-hit inning allowing an unearned run.

William Bergolla (.395) went 2-3 with a walk.  Raylin Heredia (.281) went 3-3 with a double and RBI.  Nolan Beltran (.243) went 2-3 with an RBI.  Bergolla committed his 3rd error in 6 games this season.  In 33 chances, the shortstop has a .909 fielding percentage.

Red got four strong innings from Luis Gomez (.312) who gave up a run on 5 hits, walked one, and struck out four.  Adilson Peralta (7.06) took the loss giving up 4 runs in one inning on 4 hits and a walk.  Jean Hernandez (7.54) tossed a scoreless inning allowing a walk.

Jose Leanez (.240) went 2-4.  Leanez stole second base on a play where Yemil Rosario stole home (one of two on the day for the first baseman).


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Transactions

8/09/2022 – Lehigh Valley placed C Rafael Marchan on the 7-day IL
8/09/2022 – Lehigh Valley placed C Donny Sands on the 7-day IL
8/09/2022 – RHP Aaron Barrett retired
8/09/2022 – C Jack Conley assigned to Lehigh Valley from Reading
8/09/2022 – RHP Daniel Harper assigned to FCL Phillies
8/09/2022 – LHP Mason Ronan assigned to FCL Phillies
8/09/2022 – OF Justin Crawford assigned to FCL Phillies
8/09/2022 – SS Bryan Rincon assigned to FCL Phillies
8/09/2022 – OF Emaarion Boyd assigned to FCL Phillies
8/08/2022 – Lehigh Valley released RHP Cam Bedrosian
8/08/2022 – Lehigh Valley released LHP Scott Moss
8/08/2022 – CF Simon Muzziotti assigned to Lehigh Valley from Reading
8/08/2022 – Reading activated SS Madison Stokes from the 60-day IL
8/08/2022 – Reading released CF Hunter Markwardt
8/08/2022 – 3B McCarthy Tatum activated from 60-day IL and assigned to Reading from Jersey Shore
8/08/2022 – RHP Orion Kerkering assigned to FCL Phillies
8/08/2022 – RHP Alex Rao assigned to FCL Phillies
8/08/2022 – RHP Josh Bortka assigned to FCL Phillies
8/08/2022 – OF Ezra Farmer assigned to FCL Phillies
8/07/2022 – Lehigh Valley transferred LHP Zach Warren to the Development List

11 thoughts on “Phillies’ Affiliates Recap (8/9/2022)

    1. Marchan to the 7, no explanation. Sands to the COVID IL for 7.

      I’m not 100% sure, but if Sands failed a test and is vaccinated, he just has to pass one or two in a short time period (like 12 hours) to be reinstated. If not vaccinated, his stay becomes a set number of days. Five, I think, including a negative test result. But, like I said, I’m not 100% sure of the minor league rules for this.

      I do know that the Phillies have had non-vaccinated MiLB players go on the IL when their roommates/locker mates have tested positive. If the player had been vaccinated he would have been able to return much quicker after a negative test.

  1. I’m glad to see a recap with our teams in the top levels putting up a large number of runs.

  2. McCarthy Tatum was drafted in 2019 which seems like forever ago. He’s 26 now and just getting to AA.

    You have to appreciate perseverance.

  3. Plassmeyer may be a pleasant surprise….not sure what the heck happened to him with the Giants, but Cesar Ramos must have found something.
    Will be interested to hear from him what he has to say about it and what he has done to correct whatever was the fault..

    1. Interested to hear what he throws. His numbers have been excellent for Lehigh and he’s not much older than Bailey Falter. He should be in ST next season.

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