Phillies’ Affiliates Recap (8/20/2022)

Here are today’s results.


FCL Phillies (24-29) beat the FCL Tigers, 6-3 with all their runs coming in the final three innings.  They scored 4 runs in the seventh on an RBI triple by Dakota Kotowski, a go-ahead single by Nikau Pouaka-Grego, a wild pitch and a balk.  They added a run in the eighth on an RBI single by Kotowski.  And, they scored a run in the ninth on a wild pitch.

The Phillies ran out nine pitchers with Sam Aldegheri (1.46) opening with two shutout innings, 2 hits, one walk, and 5 K.  Alex Rao made his debut with a walk and unearned run in one inning.  Orion Kerkering made his debut with a scoreless inning, one walk, and one K.  Braeden Fausnaught made his debut with a perfect one K inning.  Josh Bortka (1-0) made his debut and was awarded the win.  He worked out of a bases-loaded jam allowing 2 hits, walking one, and striking out one.  Malik Binns (6.94) lasted 0.2 innings and gave up a run on one hit and 3 walks.  Nicoly Pina (4.40) stranded 3 inherited runners, pitched 1.1 innings, and allowed a walk and 2 K.  Ty Collins (3.86) lasted 0.2 innings and gave up one run on one hit, one walk, and 2 HBP.  Jose Acuna (18.47) picked up his first save, stranded 3 inherited runners, and retired the final batter on a K.

Emaarion Boyd (.292) went 2-3 with a double and 2 walks.  Justin Crawford (.281) went 0-5.  Dakota Kotowski (.429) went 2-4 with a triple and 2 RBI.  Nikau Pouaka-Grego (.307) went 3-4 with a double and RBI.


DSL Phillies Red (36-21) beat the DSL Brewers1, 6-0.  Jeffrey German (4-1, 2.17) pitched five shutout innings allowing 4 hits and 2 walks.  He struck out seven.  Neyker Ibarra (0.00) pitched two shutout innings allowing 2 hits and a walk.  Santiago Torres (.211) went 2-3 with a walk, triple, and 2 RBI.  Marco Soto (.308) went 1-3 with a double and HBP.


DSL Phillies White (38-19) swept the DSL Brewers2, 3-2 in eight innings and 7-2.

Game one was the completion of a suspended game.  The Phillies tied the game in the bottom of the seventh on a sac fly by Manolfi Jimenez and walked off in the eighth on Jorge Garcia’s pinch-hit bases-loaded single.  Saul Teran (4.50) pitched four innings and gave up one run on 4 hits and a walk with 7 K.  William Bergolla (.371) went 1-4.  Raylin Heredia (.283) went 3-4 with a double.  Leonardo Rondon (.359) went 1-1 as a pinch hitter.  Leny Carela (.258) went 2-3 with a double.

Game two was won with a 6-run comeback in the final two innings.  The Phillies tied the game in the sixth on a throwing error, then went ahead on Jorge Garcia’s 2-run double.  They added to the lead on Brahian Silva’s 2-run single.  Angel Mata padded the lead with a 2-run single in the seventh.   Eliecer Bata (1-2, 3.95) pitched five innings and gave up 2 runs on 2 hits, no walks, and a K.  Douglas Mijares (5.14) picked up his first save with two shutout innings allowing 2 hits and a walk while striking out four.  Bergolla (.371) went 1-4 with 2 runs scored.  Rondon (.340) went 0-3 with an RBI.  Mata (.243) went 1-1 with 2 RBI.  Garcia (.311) went 1-3 with a double and 2 RBI.


Lehigh Valley (63-53) lost to the Buffalo Bisons, 10-1.  


Reading (51-62, 22-22) beat the Portland Sea Dogs, 4-3.  Mick Abel (1-0, 3.00) won his Double-A debut.  He allowed 2 runs on 4 hits and a walk striking out eight.  The runs scored on 2 solo HRs.


Jersey Shore (44-69, 19-29) beat the Wilmington Blue Rocks, 2-0.


Clearwater (52-60, 17-30) beat the Daytona Tortugas, 6-4 and lost 5-4.


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Transactions

8/20/2022 – Phillies recalled LHP Bailey Falter from Lehigh Valley
8/20/2022 – RHP Mick Abel assigned to Reading from Jersey Shore

15 thoughts on “Phillies’ Affiliates Recap (8/20/2022)

  1. The two Phillies teams in the DSL are a combined 74-40.
    They may not have too many hitters high on the leader boards in the league but their pitching has been very good.
    Five of their pitchers are among leaders in the league..
    Maxwell Hernandez…RHP…19
    Danyony Pulido…RHP…19
    Ezequiel Ventura…RHP…20
    Luis Gonzalez…RHP…17
    Jeffrey German…RHP…17

  2. Once the FCL season is over on Tuesday, will anybody be bumped up to Clearwater to finish their season?

      1. Murray…..the visa concern would apply to the DSL, the Dom. Republic to the states…….FCL to CLW is transparent at the Complex..

  3. Time to acknowledge that Drew Baker has really taken off, belatedly following in the footsteps of Andrew Schultz.

    First 22.2 IP this year: 24 Ks, 18 BBs

    Last 17 IP: 33 Ks, 5 BBs

      1. As concerned as I am about how we are drafting and developing hitters, you cannot say enough good things about how we are drafting and developing pitchers. I’ve never seen anything like this with the Phillies.

  4. Looks like Bohm’s power might be arriving. I love that each was to a different field

  5. Starting to watch Painter on mlb.tv, man, he is a giant on the mound. He’s so big, the fastball is coming on a downward plane. The fastball is exploding out of his hand. His motion is easy and repeatable. And when he drops a curve, and it’s a good pitch that he can command, hitters are frozen. That curve could be plus. His slider is a work in progress. And it looks like he could even add on more weight which is crazy. No joke, Painter could be on a ML bullpen right now.

    How many seasons has Ortiz been in the system? He’s just swinging at high strikes, there’s limited plate discipline.

    1. Painter has a big arm, but he needs the innings. When he gets out of whack, usually when there are men on base, he leaves his fastball and slider up. His fastball is so overpowering, they force him to throw his slider more, especially against RH hitters. He needs to tighten up his slider. Once that happens, he’ll be ready for the bigs.

  6. Johan Rojas likes to swing. If it’s anywhere near the zone, he’s swinging. He’s one guy who’s not taking pitches like Rhys.

    1. Rojas falls right in line, like most all Latin players…they are free swingers….about the only I can recall who took more pitches than any other Latin player was Bobby Abreu.

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