Phillies’ Affiliates Recap (9/2/2022)

Here are today’s results.


Sorry I missed the Thursday Recap.  I wasn’t feeling well and fell asleep before the games were completed.

Lehigh Valley (69-58) lost to the Norfolk Tides, 5-3.  Michael Plassmeyer (2.77) pitched five innings and gave up 3 runs (2 ER) on 3 hits and 2 walks.  He struck out five.  Dalton Guthrie (.296) went 2-5 with 2 doubles and an RBI.  Will Toffey (.261) went 2-4 with a double and RBI.  Darick Hall (.246) went 1-3 with a double, RBI, and 2 walks.


Reading (54-70, 25-30) beat the Hartford Yard Goats, 11-2.  Bullpen game.  Taylor Lehman pitched two scoreless innings striking out six.  Griff McGarry followed with two scoreless striking out four.  Andrew Baker retired all six batters he faced striking out three.  Johan Rojas went 2-5 with 2 doubles and 2 RBI.  Carlos De La Cruz went 2-4.  Ethan Wilson went 2-4 with a double.  Aldrem Corredor hit a 3-run HR (14)


Jersey Shore (46-78, 21-38) lost to the Hudson Valley Renegades, 3-2. Jordy Martinez pitched five innings allowing one run on 4 hits and no walks.  He struck out five.  Baron Radcliff went 2-4.


Clearwater (58-65, 23-35) lost to the Lakeland Flying Tigers, 9-0.  Game two was postponed.  Alex McFarlane pitched two innings and gave up 5 runs on 7 hits.  Justin Crawford went 0-3 with a walk.


DSL Phillies White beat the DSL Rockies, 7-3 on Thursday, in game three of their finals series to become the DSL Champions.  The finals series was between the 3rd and 4th seeds.  The Phillies beat the fifth seed (the team they beat out for the division championship on a head-to-head tiebreaker) in the quarterfinals.  They beat the top seed in the semis.  They finished with a combined 6-1 record in the playoffs and a 46-20 record overall.

Javier Fuenmayor pitched 5.1 shutout innings allowing 3 hits and 2 walks while striking out five.  Ezequiel Ventura stranded 3 inherited base runners and pitched one inning allowing 2 runs (1 ER) on 3 hits and a walk.  Diego Linares stranded 3 inherited base runners and pitched 1.1 innings allowing one run on 3 hits and a walk.  Saul Teran stranded 3 inherited base runners, pitched 1.1 scoreless inning, and grabbing the save.

William Bergolla went 0-4 with a walk.  Raylin Heredia went 3-4 with 2 doubles and an RBI.  Jorge Garcia went 2-4 with a double and 2 RBI.


The Affiliate Scoreboard


Transactions

9/02/2022 – Clearwater placed RHP Alex Rao on the 7-day injured list retroactive to 8/31
9/02/2022 – Clearwater transferred LHP Matt Osterberg to the Development List
9/02/2022 – RHP Chase Webster assigned to Clearwater from FCL Phillies
9/01/2022 – Phillies recalled C Donny Sands from Lehigh Valley
9/01/2022 – Phillies selected the contract of RHP Vinny Nittoli from Lehigh Valley
9/01/2022 – Lehigh Valley placed LHP Kent Emanuel on the 7-day IL
9/01/2022 – C Vito Friscia assigned to Lehigh Valley from Reading
9/01/2022 – RHP Jack Perkins assigned to Lehigh Valley from Reading
9/01/2022 – Reading activated RHP Aidan Anderson
9/01/2022 – Reading activated LHP Josh Hendrickson from the 60-day IL
8/31/2022 – Lehigh Valley transferred LHP Ryan Sherriff from the 7-to the 60-day IL

21 thoughts on “Phillies’ Affiliates Recap (9/2/2022)

  1. Rojas and Radcliff remaining hot and Wilson showing some late season life. McGarry sent to the bullpen to get experience in case of possible Sept call up!
    Congrats to DSL winners! How many guys on that team have great stats on the season? I’m assuming we’ll see plenty of them in Florida next season.

  2. Rojas.
    Incredibly similar performance.
    Pitiful thru end May.
    Warms up, produces well all summer.
    Promoted a level mid-summer.
    Hottest in final month. (This Sep is sss of course)

    2021
    May: .200, .236, .305
    ————————————-
    Jun: .265, .336, .449
    Jul: .271, .338, .424
    Aug: .236, .339, .315
    ————————————
    Sep: .344, .419, .563 (64 ABs)

    2022
    Apr: .189, .294, .230
    May: .210, .238, .310
    ————————————
    Jun: .286, .333, .418
    Jul: .250, .329, .382
    Aug: .260, .313, .365
    ————————————
    Sep: .556, .556, 1.222. (9 ABs)

    1. Rojas will be in LHV next year and most likely make his MLB debut in Philly before the end of 2023….unless he is dealt

      1. Romus, Johan has 57 SBs (and only 4 CS)! When was the last time we had a player with 60+ SB, including time in upper levels of the minors? (Quinn’s high was 36.)

          1. Wow! I forgot about him. Yeah he was a speedster!

            That’s 41 years ago. Really says something about how special Rojas could be. If he can just learn to hit before June!

          2. Wow! I forgot about him.

            That was 41 years ago! Really says something about how special Rojas may be. If only he can learn to hit before June. 🙂

            1. April and thru the first and/or second week of May may be too chilly for him, until he gets use to it. Virtually all the Latin kids grew up hitting in warm or hot weather….even in March down there.

            2. Michael Bourn had 58 in 2004 at A in only 109 games. He stole more than 60 twice in the majors but for Houston. But I think we all liked that trade (Lidge).

      2. I think Rojas could start in AA next year. He doesn’t have that many ABs at that level and there’s no reason to rush him with Marsh here. But maybe they’ll push him if he goes to the AFL and does well.

        1. Yeah….that is usually the way they do it…until May sometime, then he will be at LHV.
          I assume he is sent to the AFL next month.
          And if he does well there….then if he rakes in spring training , they may even start him at LHV in 2023.

  3. Juan Samuel stole 72 bases with MLB Phils in 1984 after stealing 64 in 1982 in minors. He’s your huckleberry. Not Stoner.

    1. Sammy was great……Stone stole 307 bases in three years …CS 41 times ….what is that?…88% swipe success….

  4. I just double checked Jeff Stone’s stats. Wow over 300 stolen bases in three years. That is incredible however, all that was in the minor leagues and it was longer ago than won Sammy’s 1984 year.

    1. Supposedly Stone was first timed at his Missouri farm running barefoot, Stone not the scout, and he was exceptionally fast. He was signed afterwards.

      1. Thank you for clarifying that it was not the scout that was running barefoot exceptionally fast 😆

  5. Not quite 60 SB, but JRoll stole 46 in A ball (with only 6 CS), and stole 47 with only 3 CS in 2008.

  6. Great to see Nittoli and Sands get a shot with the Phillies! Time is ticking and now they need to deliver and I am sure they will.

Comments are closed.