Jeff is still honeymooning, so you get the godfather. Take the DFR, leave the cannoli.
My internet has been going in and out for some reason. This is the second time I’ve typed this up. This time I will remember to save to Word. Thanks, Mediacom!
Springfield makes some roster moves. Scruggs is moving on up to Springfield, which seems deserved.
Rehab fight! Rich Harden struck out 10 in 6 innings. Kyle Lohse struck out 3 in 3 IP, and allowed a pair of hits.
Evan MacLane allowed 6 hits and 2 walks over 5 innings and escaped without giving up a run. He struck out 4.
Nick Stavinoha and James Rapoport both doubled.
Springfield was postponed. Palm Beach was off.
Shelby Miller went 7 innings (!) and gave up just three hits and struck out five.
CJ BEATTY!!! WENT 3 FOR 4 WITH DOUBLES. TWO DOUBLES. YE-AHH!!! (Twitter joke. I love CJ)
Luis Mateo and Devin Goodwin both had a couple of singles.
Alan Ahmady and Matt Adams both doubled.
Can I be real here? Not one Batavia pitcher that threw tonight is someone I care about, and I’m still annoyed I lost the first DFR. So I’m skipping the pitchers.
Bat Biserta hit a 3-run homer. He was the offense.
Greg Garcia and Cody Stanley, two spreadsheet approved draft picks, both had 2-for-5 nights.
Travis Tartamella and Cesar Valera both doubled. Valera had two errors on the night.
Can I be real again? I don’t care about the pitchers that threw tonight. Kevin Siegrist is a 42nd round pick from two years ago that is in the Appy League. He’s probably not very good.
BONUS DFR COVERAGE!
GCL Cardinals 19 (!), GCL Nats 8
Wow. Thassalottahitsanruns, mang. Roberto De La Cruz hit his 5th homer. With a .745 OPS in his second go of the GCL, he’s not as advanced as advertised, or at least just judging by the numbers. But he’s still very young.