Minor League Gameday September 5, 2017

Today’s Games

MLB: Boston Red Sox (Eduardo Rodriguez) vs. Toronto Blue Jays (Marco Estrada) [7:10PM]

IL: Pawtucket Red SoxSeason Complete

EL: Portland Sea DogsSeason Complete

CL: Salem Red SoxSeason Complete

SAL: Greenville DriveRegular Season Complete

NYPL:  Lowell Spinners (TBD) vs. Hudson Valley Renegades (TBD) [6:35PM]

GCL: GCL Red SoxSeason Complete

DSL: DSL Red SoxSeason Complete

Today’s Minor League Scores

Yesterday’s Scoreboard

Pawtucket Red Sox (67-75)

PawSox leave 11 on the bases, get clobbered by the Red Wings 10-1

Jalen Beeks yielded four runs on six hits – including a Jonathan Rodriguez jack – and three walks over 4 ⅔ frames; striking out a quintet. Shawn Haviland was smacked for five runs on a walk and four hits – including homers by Matt Hague and J.B. Shuck – over 2 ⅓ innings. Kyle Martin gave up a solo moonshot to Hague and a single in the eighth; whiffing one.

Brian Bogusevic singled three times in five at-bats. Jantzen Witte and Jake Romanski each roped two singles in four jaunts. Tim Roberson, Mike Miller, and Ryan Court each had a hit in four trips; Court and Miller with doubles. Jeremy Barfield received three walks in five junkets. Bryce Brentz was unable to reach base in four attempts. Matt Dominguez had five frustrating forays.


Portland Sea Dogs (65-74)

Sea Dogs smacked by New Hampshire, 11-4

Kevin McAvoy surrendered four runs – two earned – on five hits, a walk, a hit by pitch, and a wild pitch over five frames; whiffing a trio. Teddy Stankiewicz was torched for five runs in 2 ⅓ innings, giving up a walk, a single, a double, and gopher balls to Matt Dean and Gunnar Heidt. Trevor Kelley gave up a solo shot to Dean in his 1 ⅓ frames; striking out one. Catcher Danny Bethea was called upon to get the final out, but allowed a solo longball to Lourdes Gurriel and two singles before successfully ending the top of the ninth.

Cole Sturgeon stung a single, a double, a stolen base, and his sixth homer of the season in five at-bats. Mike Olt obtained two doubles in four matchups. Danny Mars managed a single and two walks in five trips. Josh Ockimey singled and drew a base on balls in four jaunts. Michael Chavis and Josh Tobias each had a hit in four ventures; Chavis with his 14th bomb for Portland – 31st overall. Jordan Procyshen was given a free pass amid three hitless junkets. Mike Meyers was unsuccessful in four ups.  Chad De La Guerra struck out three times in four futile forays before being replaced in the lineup by Bethea, who grounded back to the pitcher to end the game and the season.


Salem Red Sox (33-37/73-66)

Cooney coughs up three in the ninth, Salem ends season with a 4-1 defeat

Kyle Hart yielded one run on seven hits, a walk, and a hit by pitch over six innings; striking out a quintet. Pat Goetze gave up a single and hit a batter in 1 ⅔ frames; whiffing one. Daniel McGrath picked up the final out of the eighth by way of the K. Harrison Cooney surrendered three runs – two earned – on three singles, a walk, and a hit by pitch in the ninth; striking out one.

Bryan Hudson and Jeremy Rivera each ripped a hit in three jaunts; Rivera with a double. Victor Acosta acquired a single and a caught stealing in three ventures before being replaced by Jhon Nunez who flied out in the eighth. Jose Sermo and Tyler Spoon each served up a double in four sessions. Nick Lovullo dropped a sacrifice bunt amid two hitless trips. Chris Madera and Justin Pacchioli each drew a walk in four matchups. Conrad Gregor struck out once in four fruitless forays.


Greenville Drive (38-32/79-60)

Drive pound out 15 hits, knock out the Tourists 7-2

Bryan Mata struck out one in a perfect first inning. Brendan Nail tossed a 1-2-3 second inning. Jared Oliver gave up a hit and whiffed a trio in his two frames. Robby Sexton surrendered two runs – one earned – on three hits over two innings; striking out a pair. Joan Martinez whiffed one in a 1-2-3 seventh. Juan Florentino yielded a hit and struck out two over the final two innings.

Tucker Tubbs thumped three singles in four trips. Bobby Dalbec and Ryan Scott each scorched three hits in five at-bats; Dalbec with two doubles and his 13th round tripper. Isaias Lucena launched two hits – including his five long ball – and drew a walk in four appearances. Carlos Tovar singled twice in five treks. Jagger Rusconi and Pedro Castellanos each singled once in five jaunts. Granger Studdard earned a free pass in four sessions. Mitch Gunsolus struck out twice in four failed forays.


Lowell Spinners (31-41)

Spinners leave seven on base in 5-1 game one defeat

Jake Thompson walked one and threw a wild pitch in his two scoreless innings. Dakota Smith surrendered two runs on three hits, two walks, a hit by pitch, and a wild pitch over two innings. Devon Fisher allowed three runs on four hits and a hit by pitch over three frames; striking out a pair.

Everlouis Lozada and Kervin Suarez each swatted two singles in three excursions. Steven Reveles roped a double and drew a walk in three sessions. Alexander Martinez and Charlie Madden each had a hit in three matchups; Madden with his first professional homer. Cole Brannen, Frankie Rios, Tanner Nishioka, and Zach Sterry each went hitless in three terrible trips; Brannen was able to steal his first base of his career however.

Renegades run over Lowell in game two, 11-3

Tanner Houck was hit for two runs on five hits and a hit by pitch over three frames; whiffing a trio. Juan Perez was pulverized for eight runs on eight hits, a walk, and two wild pitches over 2 ⅓ innings; throwing a wild pitch. Dominic LoBrutto let in a run on an Angel Perez homer; yielding another single and a walk over 1 ⅔ frames while striking out two.

Yomar Valentin yanked two singles and drew a walk in three ventures; he was also caught stealing. Alexander Martinez muscled a single and a double in three attempts. Yoan Aybar, Marino Campana, Raiwinson Lameda, and Steven Reveles each ripped a hit in three at-bats; Aybar with a double, Campana with a homer. Nicholos Hamilton and Garrett Benge each took a base on balls amid three hitless trips. Samuel Miranda had three miserable matchups.


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