Red Sox Minor League Gameday July 18, 2017

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Red Sox Minor League Gameday

Today’s Games

MLB: Boston Red Sox (Brian Johnson) vs. Toronto Blue Jays (J.A. Happ) [7:10PM]

IL: Pawtucket Red Sox (Kyle Kendrick) vs. Toledo MudHens [DET] (TBD) [7:05PM]

EL: Portland Sea Dogs (TBD) vs. Trenton Thunder [NYY] (Daniel Camarena) [7:05PM]

CL: Salem Red Sox (Roniel Raudes) vs. Carolina Mudcats [MIL] (Jordan Yamamoto) [11:05AM]

SAL: Greenville Drive – OFF DAY

NYPL:  Lowell Spinners (TBD) vs. Aberdeen IronBirds [BAL] (TBD) [6:35PM]

GCL: GCL Red Sox vs. GCL Orioles [12:00PM]

DSL: DSL Red Sox vs. DSL Braves [10:30AM]

Today’s Minor League Scores

Yesterday’s Scoreboard

Pawtucket Red Sox (49-44)

Pawsox come back from a disastrous first inning, stun the Mudhens 9-8

Edgar Olmos only got two outs in the first, allowing eight earned runs on six hits, two walks, and a wild pitch. Shawn Haviland quelled the insurrection, going 6 ⅓ scoreless frames, yielding four hits and two walks while whiffing a trio. Ben Taylor walked two and struck out one in the eighth. Noe Ramirez struck out a pair in a 1-2-3 ninth.

Dan Butler blasted a pair of bombs, hit a single, drew a walk, and drove in five runs out of the nine-hole. Matt Dominguez delivered two doubles and a single in four at-bats. Aneury Tavarez accumulated two singles and a walk in five appearances. Heiker Meneses hit two singles in four trips. Ryan Court contributed a round tripper and a single in five treks. Rafael Devers roped a single and drew a walk in four attempts. Bryce Brentz earned a base on balls amid four hitless jaunts. Tzu-Wei Lin and Steve Selsky suffered five frustrating forays.


Portland Sea Dogs (43-48)

Teddy Stankiewicz surrendered four runs on seven hits and three walks over five frames and four batters; whiffing a quartet and tossing a pitch to the backstop. Williams Jerez pitched two scoreless innings, giving up a hit, a walk, a hit by pitch, and a wild pitch while striking out two. Bobby Poyner walked two and hit one in his two scoreless frames; whiffing a trio.

Michael Chavis was a triple shy of the cycle with his 3-4 night; clubbing his sixth AA bomb. Josh Tobias tapped a single, stole a base, was picked off first, and drew a walk in his four jaunts. Henry Urrutia hit a single and earned two free passes in five appearances, also stealing a bag. Danny Mars managed a single, a walk, and a hit by pitch in five tries; stealing his 10th base. Jeremy Barfield belted a single and earned a base on balls in five excursions. Cole Sturgeon and Nick Lovullo each had a walk amid three hitless attempts. Jordan Procyshen struck out twice in four failed forays. Deiner Lopez was left to his own thoughts after five frustrating treks.


Salem Red Sox (15-10/55-39)

Salem slammed in the first, go down to Carolina 8-5

Shaun Anderson allowed six runs – two earned – on five hits – including a first inning grand slam by Monte Harrison – and a walk; striking out a septet while throwing one beyond the catcher in 5 ⅔ innings. Daniel McGrath yielded a run on a hit and a walk in 2 ⅓ relief innings; whiffing a pair. Austin Glorius gave up a run on a double, a stolen base, and a sacrifice fly in the ninth.

Bryan Hudson and Austin Rei each roped a pair of hits in four at-bats; Hudson with a double. Chris Madera mashed a triple and a single in five forays. Tate Matheny topped a single and lifted a sacrifice fly in four attempts. Jordan Betts and Jose Sermo each served up a hit in four trips; Betts blasting a double. Josh Ockimey and Jeremy Rivera each ripped a single in five excursions. Victor Acosta accessed first via a walk and had three hitless treks.


Greenville Drive (12-12/53-40)

Scoring ended after a furious first, Drive keep ahead of the Crawdads 3-1

Jhonathan Diaz delivered six innings of one-run baseball, allowing three hits – including a Brallan Perez bomb – and two walks; whiffing five. Algenis Martinez managed two scoreless frames, allowing a hit, a walk, and a hit batsmen; striking out a pair. Hunter Smith shut down Hickory with a 1-2-3 ninth; whiffing two.

Tucker Tubbs thumped a double and a single in three trips. Tyler Hill hit a pair of singles in four at-bats. Granger Studdard slapped a single in three attempts. Steven Reveles ripped a single in his three tries before being replaced by Lorenzo Cedrola who flied out in the ninth. Santiago Espinal, Roldani Baldwin, and Bobby Dalbec each delivered a single in four jaunts. Eddy Reynoso and Carlos Tovar each struck out once in their trio of failed forays.


Lowell Spinners (11-15)

Elias and O’Linger shut down Aberdeen in game one, 2-0

Roenis Elias started his rehab assignment with two perfect innings; striking out a pair. Durin O’Linger followed with five shutout innings, giving up four singles and a double while whiffing a pair.

Marino Campana, Nick Sciortino, and Jordan Wren each reached on a hit in two at-bats; Campana crushing a double, Sciortino was picked off and then caught stealing. Garrett Benge and Raiwinson Lameda each were hitless in two attempts. Yomar Valentin, Yoan Aybar, Brett Netzer, and Juan Barriento each had a trio of frustrating forays.

Houck hammered for three in the first, Spinners blasted 7-2 in game two

Tanner Houck tossed 26 pitches in his one-inning professional debut; surrendering three runs – two earned – on two hits and a walk; whiffing a pair. Denyi Reyes relinquished a run on four hits and two walks; striking out three and uncorking a pitch beyond the reach of the catcher in 3 ⅔ innings. Lukas Young yielding three runs on four hits in 2 ⅓ frames; whiffing a quartet and unleashing a wild pitch.

Michael Osinski obtained two singles in three at-bats. Brett Netzer knocked a double in three trips. Frankie Rios ripped a double and drew a walk in four appearances. Nicholos Hamilton hammered a double in four tries. Tanner Nishioka reached twice with a walk and a hit by pitch before being relieved by Yomar Valentin who grounded out in the sixth. Charlie Madden managed a base on balls in three attempts. Raiwinson Lameda was unsuccessful in his only trek after replacing Yoan Aybar who struck out twice. Juan Barriento and Marino Campana contributed a trio of fruitless forays.


GCL Red Sox (11-8)

Sox blast the O’s for four in the first, roll onto a 12-3 victory

Angel Padron allowed two runs on six hits and a walk over five frames; striking out seven and uncorking a wild pitch. Eduard Bazardo yielded a run on three hits and a hit by pitch; whiffing a trio and throwing one to the backstop in four innings.

Kervin Suarez stung two doubles and a single and was plunked in six sessions. C.J. Chatham clobbered a single and a three-run homer in the second before being replaced by Ricardo Cubillan who walked twice in four trips. Pedro Castellanos contributed two singles and a walk in five forays. Juan Carlos Abreu singled twice in five jaunts. Tyler Esplin tapped a single in three tries before being replaced by David Durden who was hit by a pitch in his three appearances. Cole Brannen and Alan Marrero each managed a single and a walk in five excursions. Jerry Downs had a single and three whiffs in six junkets. Everlouis Lozada took a base on balls amid four hitless treks.


DSL Red Sox (25-11)

Sox score six on only four hits, defeat the Braves 6-1 in a game ended by rain in the sixth

Andres Jimenez picked up his fifth win without defeat with a five inning effort, allowing a run on a hit and a walk while whiffing a trio. Yasel Santana surrendered a hit and picked up two outs before the rains came.

Ivan Houellemont hammered a triple and a single in three trips, driving in two runs. Ricardo Rincones ripped a single and drew a walk in three appearances, scoring twice. Freiberg Marin managed a double in three at-bats. Angel Gonzalez was plunked twice in three attempts. Alexander Martinez was hit once in three jaunts, stealing both second and third after reaching. Keibert Petit procured a walk in his three tries. Luis Hernandez and Eduard Conde were each unsuccessful in three excursions. Willis Figueroa suffered four forlorned forays.


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