Posted on August 16th, 2010 by azruavatar in Daily Farm Reports
Johnson City 5, Pulaski 6
- Oscar Taveras went 3-for-5 with a double. At the tender age of 18, Taveras has a .931 OPS in Johnson City.
- Patrick Elkins was 2-for-3 with a walk.
- Cale Johnson struck out 6 in 4 innings. He allowed 2 hits and 1 ER.
- Drew Benes struck out 2 while retiring 4.
Batavia 6, Hudson Valley 8
- Chris Edmondson was 2-for-5. He’s been overshadowed somewhat by fellow 2010 draftee Nick Longmire, but Edmondson has been hitting well since his promotion to Batavia. His seasonal line between the two stops is at .322/.381/.559.
- Jonathan Rodriguez went 4-for-4 while hitting for the cycle.
- Justin Edwards got hit hard for 5 ER on 8 hits in 4.1 IP.
- LaCurtis Mayes also was roughed up for 3 ER in 1.2 IP.
Quad Cities 5, Burlington 3 (7 innings)
- Frederick Parejo was 2-for-3 with a double and a walk.
- CJ Beatty was 2-for-3.
- Edgar Lara drove in all 5 runs going 2-for-3 with a grand slam.
- Daniel Bibona had a good outing allowing just 2 runs (1 earned) in 5 innings. He struck out 5 and walked 3.
Quad Cities 11, Burlington 3 (7 innings)
- Matt Adams was 3-for-5 with a pair of doubles.
- Raniel Rosario was perfect in four trips to the plate with a pair of doubles and a pair of walks.
- Justin Smith struck out 6 in 5 innings. He allowed 2 runs on 1 walk and 5 hits.
Palm Beach 4, Bradenton 2 (7 innings)
- Domnit Bolivar was 3-for-3 with a pair of homeruns.
- Deryk Hooker went 5.2 IP and struck out 5. He allowed 2 ER on 4 hits and 1 walk. Hooker and Schneider have both had a bumpy adjustment to High-A and more selective hitters.
- David Carpenter picked up his 19th save with a 1 hit, 1 K scoreless 7th.
Palm Beach 0, Bradenton 1 (7 innings)
- Ryan Jackson doubled and walked in 3 trips to the plate.
- Jared Bradford allowed 1 run over 5 innings of work. He walked 3 and allowed 3 hits. Bradford struck out just 1 but recorded 12 of 13 outs on the ground. Don’t worry Jared, the other St. Louis Bradford lost this weekend too. I’m going to go out on a limb and guess he makes more than you though.
Springfield 4, San Antonio 6
- Tommy Pham took a shot off the wrist in the loss. X-rays pending.
- Jose Garcia was 2-for-4.
- Arquimedes Nieto was hit hard for 6 runs in 5 innings. He allowed 7 hits and 2 walks while striking out 4.
- Blake King struck out 2 and walked 2 while allowing a hit in 1 IP. Look for some very specific comments on King when I have my Springfield writeup later this week.
Memphis 1, Colorado Springs 3
- Joe Mather was 1-for-2 with a pair of walks. I’ll be curious to see if Mather sticks on the 40-man in the offseason. I think the Cardinals might try to retain him without keeping him protected.
- Lance Lynn allowed 3 runs (2 earned) in 6 innings. With a 4.45 FIP on the season, Lynn has been a significant disappointment. His control has taken a step backward. I’m hoping to catch one of his starts in Memphis at the end of the month. When I saw him in Springfield last year, I wasn’t particularly impressed.
- Chuckie Fick allowed just 1 hit in 2 scoreless innings while striking out 1.