AAA: Rochester Red Wings off
Off day for the Red Wings.
[No Box Score]
AA: Chattanooga Lookouts 8, Mobile BayBears 3 (Game 1)
C Mitch Garver hit a three-run home run and Lookouts hit five doubles between Sunday and Monday in this rain-suspended game. Other offensive standouts include CF Zach Granite, who went 3-for-5 with a double, and 3B Engelb Vielma, who went 2-for-4 with a double and a triple.
SP Aaron Slegers allowed only two hits over his 2 innings of work before rain suspended the game and ended his outing. The next day RP Omar Bencomo replaced Slegers and had a nice outing, giving up only one earned run over 4 innings and earning the official win.six.
AA: Chattanooga Lookouts , Mobile BayBears (Game 2)
Since this was kind of one of a double header, the game only lasted 7 innings. Unfortunately, there weren’t a 7 innings for the Lookouts, who were shutout 2-0.
Lookouts SP Kohl Stewart had a valiant outing non-the-less, pitching all six innings and giving up only the two earned runs on four hits and two walks. He helped save the bullpen, taxed from the game earlier in the day, so there is that.
High A: Ft. Myers Miracle 11, Clearwater Threshers 6
CF Daniel Kihle had four RBI and the Miracle mashed 15 hits total in their win over the BayBears. 1B T.J. White was also impressive for the Miracle, going 3-for-4 with a double, an RBI, and three runs scored.
SP Keaton Steele had an okay start. He gave up two earned runs over his 6 innings of work and struck-out six. He also had an unearned run on his line thanks to a bad throw in the dirt by 2B Tanner Witt.
Low A: Cedar Rapids Kernels 5, Burlington Bees 3
SP Dereck Rodriguez, son of Pudge, is on a role! D-Rod picked up his fourth win today (for perspective, he has eleven losses, most of them not his fault), pitching 7 shut-out innings for the Kernels. He only gave up three hits and one walk. He struck out three.
RF Jaylin Davis led the way offensively with a big three-run home run in the 6th inning. DH Luis Arraez also had a strong offensive game, as he usual does, going 2-for-3 with a double, a walk, an RBI, and a run scored.
Rookie: Elizabethton Twins 6, Princeton Rays 1
3B Trey Cabbage hit the first home run of his professional career—and then hit another! Sure he couldn’t match Max Kepler’s three home runs on the night, but hitting two (especially your first two) in one game is pretty sweet. Plus, his last name is Cabbage.
OH—and NO ERRORS! Woo!