Posted on June 20th, 2010 by azruavatar in Daily Farm Reports
Memphis 3, New Orleans 5
- Jon Jay was 1-for-4 with a double and a walk.
- Bryan Anderson was 2-for-3 with a walk. Those of you keeping track at home, his OPS has now cracked .800. Check back on Thursday for a closer look at Anderson.
- PJ Walters struggled through 5 innings allowing 7 hits and 3 walks. He struck out 2 and got tagged for 4 ER.
Springfield 7, Northwest Arkansas 6
- Pete Kozma(naut) showing signs of coming out of his hitting funk. He went 3-for-5 with a double and a HR. I can’t wait to see his swing again. Word is it’s completely revamped from the draft.
- Curt Smith was 2-for-5.
- Antonio DeJesus was 2-for-4.
- A solid outing for Ryan Kulik who went 7.1 innings allowing 5 hits and 3 walks for 3 runs (2 earned). He struck out 2.
- Adam Reifer finished off the 8th allowing 2 hits and 1 ER.
- Eduardo Sanchez picked up the save with a scoreless, 1 hit 9th.
Palm Beach 3, St. Lucie 5
- Xavier Scruggs was 3-for-4 with a HR. Scruggs has 11 HRs in 200 ABs.
- Tommy Pham was 0-for-2 with 2 walks.
- Brett Zawacki took a thawacking. Robots can rhyme too. He was touched up for 12 hits in 7 innings leading to 5 runs (4 earned). He struck out 4 and walked 2. As further sign that things weren’t working for Zawacki he allowed more flyouts than groundouts.
Quad Cities 2, Peoria 12
- Michael Swinson was 1-for-3 with a HR and a walk.
- Devin Goodwin was 2-for-3.
- QC tallied just 4 hits and a pair of walks for the entirety of their offense.
- Joe Kelly lasted just two innings. He was undone by some shaky command and three errors in the field behind him. Kelly allowed 2 hits and 3 walks for 5 runs (2 earned). He struck out 2. Kelly continues to offer a nice combination of strikeouts and groundballs. That’s a recipe for success if he can keep it up moving forward.
- Chris Notti got lit up for 6 runs on 7 hits. He retired one batter.
Batavia 10, Auburn 8
- Joey Bergman, 2B, goes 2-for-4 with a double. Check back tomorrow for more info on the Day 3 draftees including Bergman.
- Victor Sanchez, 1B, was 2-for-3 with a pair of walks.
- John Edwards continues to preach it (first and last sermon pun for 2010 from me) with 3-for-5 effort including a pair of doubles.
- Matt North went south (I CAN’T HELP MYSELF!) getting hit hard for 6 runs on 3 walks and 5 hits while retiring just 4 batters.
- Anthony Ferrara pitched 5 innings allowing 3 hits and striking out 4.