Red Sox Minor League Gameday July 22, 2017

Red Sox Minor League Gameday

Today’s Games

MLB: Boston Red Sox (David Price) @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (JC Ramirez) [9:07PM]

IL: Pawtucket Red Sox (Shawn Haviland) vs. Norfolk Tides [BAL] (Chris Lee) [6:15PM]

EL: Portland Sea Dogs (Roenis Elias) vs. Hartford Yard Goats [COL] (TBD) [6:05PM]

CL: Salem Red Sox (Shaun Anderson) @ Winston-Salem Dash [CHW] (Jimmy Lambert) [6:35PM]

SAL: Greenville Drive (Jason Groome) @ Hickory Crawdads [TEX] (TBD) [7:00PM]

NYPL:  Lowell Spinners (Tanner Houck) vs. Tri-City ValleyCats [HOU] (TBD) [5:35PM]

GCL: GCL Red Sox vs. GCL Twins [10:00AM]

DSL: DSL Red Sox vs. DSL Rays1 [10:30AM]

Today’s Minor League Scores

Yesterday’s Games

Pawtucket Red Sox (50-47)

Tides tee off on Walden, defeat the PawSox 9-5

Marcus Walden wobbled through 5 ⅓ innings, allowing six runs on ten hits and three walks; whiffing a trio. Chandler Shepherd surrendered three runs – one earned – on four hits over 1 ⅔ frames; striking out one. Robby Scott tossed a 1-2-3 eighth with two Ks. Noe Ramirez struck out the side in the ninth, but yielded a single.

Tzu-Wei Lin laced two singles and drew a walk in five appearances. Steve Selsky and Rafael Devers each delivered a pair of singles in five at-bats. Mike Miller managed a single and a hit by pitch in four treks. Matt Dominguez swatted a single in four attempts. Aneury Tavarez topped a single in five forays. Bryce Brentz received a pair of base on balls in five ups. Jantzen Witte took a walk in his second trip after replacing Josh Rutledge, who went hitless in his three jaunts. Dan Butler walked once in four treks.


Portland Sea Dogs (44-52)

Sea Dogs can’t touch Castellani, lose game one 2-0

Henry Owens allowed two runs on six hits, three walks, and hit two batters over six frames; whiffing six. Bobby Poyner surrendered a single in a scoreless seventh.

Jake Romanski ripped a single in two trips. Michael Chavis chipped in with a single in three at-bats. Cole Sturgeon stung a double in three excursions. Nick Lovullo, Deiner Lopez, Mike Olt, and Henry Urrutia each had no success in two treks. Chad De La Guerra and Jeremy Barfield each had a trio of futile forays against Ryan Castellani, who threw just 99 pitches in his complete game shutout.

Drehoff damaged by Yard Goats bats, Portland gets swept away 7-1

Jake Drehoff lasted just four batters into the second inning before being pulled. He surrendered six runs – five of them earned – on nine hits and a walk; including a Brendan Rodgers roundtripper; striking out one. Luis Ysla yielded a single and two base on balls over three scoreless frames; whiffing one. Jacob Dahlstrand allowed a run on three hits in two frames; striking out one. Williams Jerez granted a hit and a walk in a scoreless ninth, whiffing a pair.

Josh Tobias thumped two singles in three at-bats. Jeremy Barfield and Cole Sturgeon each stung a hit in three trips; Sturgeon swatting his second homer of the year. Mike Olt obtained two free passes in three treks. Deiner Lopez was unsuccessful in two attempts. Jordan Procyshen, Henry Urrutia, Michael Chavis, and Danny Mars each had a trio of failed forays.


Salem Red Sox (18-10/58-39)

Mike Shawaryn surrendered two solo home runs to Zack Collins and Jameson Fisher, accounting for the two runs he allowed in five frames. Shawaryn also issued two walks (to start the sixth) and struck out six. Austin Glorius allowed two runs on five free passes in 1 ⅔ dreadful innings, whiffing a trio. Marc Brakeman couldn’t limit the Dash either, yielding four runs on five hits – including a Matt Rose roundtripper – including a walk over 2 ⅓ innings; whiffing a trio.

Jordan Betts bopped three singles and a double in five at-bats. Jeremy Rivera ripped three singles and a homer in six sessions. Josh Ockimey obtained two singles, a roundripper, and a walk in six jaunts. Jose Sermo swatted three singles in five appearances. Tyler Spoon served up two singles and a walk in five treks. Austin Rei ripped a single and a tater in five forays. Tate Matheny lifted a single and a sacrifice fly in five tries. Victor Acosta’s only hit in five attempts was a third-inning long ball. Chris Madera managed a single and a stolen base in four excursions before being replaced by Bryan Hudson, who had two unsuccessful attacks.


Greenville Drive (14-13/55-41)

Trio of Drive hurlers keep the Hoppers off the bases, Greenville wins 4-1

Darwinzon Hernandez delivered five scoreless frames; giving up two hits, a walk, and a hit by pitch while whiffing five. Daniel Gonzalez allowed just a solo homer by Walker Olis in three innings, striking out a pair. Matthew Gorst pitched a 1-2-3 ninth.

Ryan Scott scorched two doubles and was hit by a pitch in four appearances. Tucker Tubbs thumped a double and a single in four at-bats. Lorenzo Cedrola, Santiago Espinal, Bobby Dalbec, Isaias Lucena, and Carlos Tovar each contributed one hit in four excursions; Espinal with a double, Dalbec driving his fourth bomb of the season. Granger Studdard and Tyler Hill each suffered four frustrating forays.


Lowell Spinners (12-18)

Smith smacked by the ValleyCats, Spinners fall down 8-1

Dakota Smith surrendered six runs – five earned – on six hits, three walks, and a pair of hit by pitches; striking out a quartet in his 4 ⅓ frames. Ryan Oduber somehow allowed only one run despite giving up a trio of hits and a quartet of base on balls in 1 ⅓ frames; whiffing a pair. Denyi Reyes relinquished a run on a gopher ball to J.J. Matijevic. Reyes also gave up a single and a walk in his 3 ⅓ innings of work; striking out four.

Yoan Aybar filled up the boxscore with a single, a walk, a sacrifice fly, and a stolen base in four treks. Juan Barriento blooped a single, drew a base on balls, and was bopped by a pitch in four appearances. Garrett Benge and Yomar Valentin were each hit by a pitch and hit a single in four trips. Samuel Miranda and Frankie Rios each ripped a single in four at-bats. Brett Netzer notched a walk in four attempts. Marino Campana and Raiwinson Lameda both had four fruitless forays


GCL Red Sox (12-10)

Red Sox and Twins were foiled by rainy weather. They will attempt to play a pair today.


DSL Red Sox (26-12)

Sox and Rays were able to complete 8 ½ innings before the rains suspended the action. When the game resumes on August 8, the Rays will be up in the bottom of the ninth in a 1-1 game.


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About Brandon Magee 549 Articles
Brandon has worked the graveyard shift for a decade and, like any good vampire, is averse to the sun. His love of the Red Sox is so deep, he follows eight teams on a daily basis. He lives in Norwich, CT where he often goes to Dodd Stadium to watch minor league baseball with his best friend, his wife Dawn.

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