Phillies’ Affiliates Recap (9/21/2022)

Here is today’s result.


Lehigh Valley (74-68) beat the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders, 4-3.  Michael Plassmeyer (2.41) pitched six one-run innings allowing 5 hits and striking out five.  Griff McGarry (5.14) pitched a clean inning with 2 strikeouts.  Vinny Nittoli (4.04) blew the save with 2 solo HR.  Michael Kelly (5.25) got the win pitching one inning, giving up 2 hits, and striking out three.  

The IronPigs scored 2 runs in the first inning a 2-run HR by Darick Hall, his 27th.  They rallied to tie the game with a run in the eighth on an RBI single by Jorge Bonifacio.  They walked off in the ninth on an RBI single by Hall.

Hall (.264) went 2-3 with a HR, 2 walks, and 3 RBI.  Bonifacio (.231) went 2-4 with an RBI.  Ali Castillo (.267) went 3-4.


The Affiliate Scoreboard


And in other news …

Clearwater Threshers’ RHP Estibenzon Jimenez was selected as Pitcher of the Week for the Florida State League.

The Reading Fightin Phils have named Billy Sullivan FirstEnergy Pitcher of the Year.

I have received a couple suggestions on how to conduct the Readers Poll in the absence of polling software.  Please consider and propose solutions.  Thank you.


Transactions

9/21/2022 – Phillies activated RHP Zack Wheeler from the 15-day IL
9/21/2022 – Phillies optioned RHP Sam Coonrod to Lehigh Valley
9/20/2022 – Lehigh Valley transferred RHP Francisco Morales to the Development List

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

  1. The Phil’s could use a boost, I wonder if they’d consider calling up McGarry, Plasmeyer and Hall.

    For the rankings, maybe ask folks to send in their top 10 list and after that is gathered, their 11-20 list and so on. Maybe asking folks for a top 30 list is harder because only a few of us go that deep. I’ll go along with whatever you decide.

  2. As a daily reader and occasional poster I always thoroughly enjoy your Reader Poll, however to be honest after the top twenty I feel like I am throwing darts. I just don’t know enough about the lower ranked players to objectively make a decision. Whatever you decide I know it will be fun and spark some controversy – thanks so much for all you do to make this site so relevant and interesting.

  3. I still don’t know why the Phillies don’t bring up Hall and drop Sands, they haven’t used Sands and Hall could have a productive AB that could bring 1 win that could make a difference.

    1. I filled it out and submitted it. Did you receive it? I selected multiple players for first, second, and third. Did they come through?

      “Forms” was one of the apps I looked at last year. I don’t remember why I didn’t like it. I’ll take another look, but the ability to submit multiple selections for a ranking is a problem.

      1. yes, came through. I can see all the results in google sheets. I do see how you were able to select multiple players, let me see if I can restrict that.

        1. ok, tweaked it. Now you should only be able to select one player per ranking. I’m going to share the google sheets results with you.

      2. Jim, fyi, results and some thoughts on using google forms sent to the email address you used to vote

  4. Jim, per some ideas expressed and your responses yesterday, how about…

    Top 30 players in any list will be given point value.
    #1 gets 30 points.
    30,29,28, ….3,2,1
    Minimum ranking to submit: Top 20*.

    *Ensures more players are given point values to reduce distortion of only top 5 or 10 getting such large points while next best get nothing.

    Final result is a collective site Top 30 (or 40?)

    1. To confirm, if someone submits top 20 then those players get 30,29…12,11.

      If top 25 submitted, those players get 30,29…7,6.

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