Red Sox Minor League Gameday July 4, 2017

Red Sox Minor League Gameday

Today’s Games

MLB: Boston Red Sox (David Price) @ Texas Rangers (Yu Darvish) [8:05 PM]

ILPawtucket Red Sox (Eduardo Rodriguez) @ Rochester Red Wings [MIN] (Justin Haley) [7:05 PM]

EL: Portland Sea Dogs (Henry Owens) vs. New Hampshire Fisher Cats [TOR] (Sean Reid-Foley) [6:00 PM]

CL: Salem Red Sox (TBD) @ Carolina Mudcats [MIL] (Trey Supak) [7:00 PM]

SAL: Greenville Drive (TBD) @ Rome Braves [ATL] (Jeremy Walker) [7:00 PM]

NYPL:  Lowell Spinners (TBD) @ Aberdeen IronBirds [BAL] (Tobias Myers) [6:05 PM]

GCL: GCL Red Sox @ GCL Orioles [12:00 PM]

DSL: DSL Red Sox @ DSL Rays1 [10:30 AM]

Today’s Minor League Scores

Yesterday’s Scoreboard

Pawtucket Red Sox (40-41)

Bullpen collapses in the ninth, PawSox lose 6-5

Edgar Olmos continues to impress, as the IL All-Star gave up a run on six hits and a walk over 7 ⅔ innings; striking out three. Noe Ramirez picked up three outs, relinquishing four runs on a single, two walks, and a Billy McKinney moonshot. Austin Maddox allowed a run on two more hits before finally getting the final out of the ninth.

Brock Holt (in LF) and Pablo Sandoval (as DH) each powered two hits in four at-bats; Holt with a fifth-inning homer. Mike Miller managed a double, a stolen base, and a walk in four appearances. Bryce Brentz and Dan Butler each blasted a double in four tries. Heiker Meneses had a walk and three hitless attempts. Jhonny Peralta, Steve Selsky, and Matt Dominguez were unsuccessful in four frustrating forays.

Portland Sea Dogs (37-41)

Offensive fireworks in Hartford, but the Goats get one more in an 8-7 Portland defeat

Travis Lakins tossed 2 ⅔ frames, yielding three runs – one earned – on three hits and four walks; striking out three. Taylor Grover gave up a run on a solo jack by Josh Fuentes – his final batter faced on the night – giving up two more hits over 2 ⅓ innings while whiffing a quartet. Josh Smith surrendered four runs on five hits, a walk, and a hit by pitch in his two frames, striking out a pair. Jake Cosart allowed a hit in his eighth inning appearance.

Cole Sturgeon stung three singles and a triple while stealing a base in six sessions. Josh Tobias thumped two singles and was thumped by a pitch in five appearances. Rafael Devers delivered a single, a walk, and a three-run round tripper in six tries. Chad De La Guerra earned two free passes and hit a single in six attempts. Michael Chavis and Henry Urrutia each contributed a single and a walk in five appearances. Mike Olt and Jordan Procyshen each procured a single in five trips. Jeremy Barfield reached on a base on balls and had five hitless at-bats.

Salem Red Sox (7-5/47-34)

Rivera knocks in Betts in the 12th, Salem leaves Wilmington blue with a 3-2 victory

Dedgar Jimenez allowed two runs on eight hits, a walk, and a hit by pitch in seven innings of work; striking out two. Trevor Kelley gave up a hit and two walks in two frames, whiffing a pair. Austin Glorius also gave up a hit and two walks in two innings, striking out one. Stephen Nogosek walked the tightrope in the bottom of the 12th, loading the bases on a single and two walks; but worked out of the jam by striking out the side.

Chris Madera managed two singles, a sacrifice bunt, and a walk in six sessions; he also stole a base and was caught stealing. Tate Matheny tapped two singles in five at-bats and was caught stealing. Josh Ockimey obtained a double and a homer in six at-bats. Jordan Betts bopped a single and drew a base on balls in five tries. Jose Sermo and Tyler Spoon struck a single in five attempts. Jeremy Rivera ripped a single in six services. Bryan Hudson had two base on balls and three hitless excursions. Jhon Nunez suffered five futile forays and was caught stealing.

Greenville Drive (3-8/

Lexington scores to in the tenth to cruise past Greenville, 6-4

Darwinzon Hernandez yielded four runs on a walk and seven hits – including an Angelo Castellano quadrangular – over 3 ⅔ innings; striking out five. Kyle Hart took the loss, giving up two runs on five hits and a hit by pitch while striking out six in 6 1/3 frames.

Santiago Espinal struck three hits and drew a walk in five trips, crushing a double and a dinger. Mitch Gunsolus smacked a double, a single, and saw ball four in five trips. Tyler Hill and Roldani Baldwin each went 2-for-5; Baldwin with a homer and a two-bagger. Carlos Tovar struck out three times, but also slapped a single. Lorenzo Cedrola bopped a single in five appearances. Tucker Tubbs and Granger Studdard were unable to reach in four attempts. Ryan Scott whiffed three times in his five at-bats.

Lowell Spinners (5-9)

Spinners survive four more errors, defeat the Lake Monsters 3-1

Dakota Smith surrendered a run on five hits over six frames, striking out a quartet. Dominic LoBrutto allowed a single and a walk in his two innings, whiffing a trio. Juan Florentino survived the ninth, loading the bases with two singles and a walk; striking out one.

Garrett Benge, Samuel Miranda, and Tanner Nishioka each knocked two singles in three at-bats. Nicholos Hamilton, Yoan Aybar, and Juan Barriento each bopped a single in four trips. Raiwinson Lameda, Jordan Wren, and Mike Osinski each were frustrated in their trio of forays.

The Spinners have already committed 37 errors in 14 games this season.

GCL Red Sox (4-3)

Ninth-inning rally falls short, Red Sox lose to O’s 5-3

Rayniel Adames relinquished a run on a triple, a walk, and a hit by pitch in three frames; striking out a trio. Juan Perez was jumped on for four runs in four innings, surrendering eight hits – including three doubles and a Alfredo Gonzalez gopher ball – while striking out two. Taylor Ahearn allowed a double in his two innings.

Cole Brannen bopped two singles and drew a base on balls in four trips while stealing his first base. Tyler Esplin singled once in four at-bats. Kervin Suarez swatted a single in five attempts. Ricardo Cubillan contributed three walks in four tries. Carlos Pulido reached twice with a walk and a hit by pitch in four attempts. Jecorrah Arnold lifted a sacrifice fly amid three hitless at-bats. Bobby Dalbec drew a walk amid three hitless attacks. Trey Ganns struck out once in his four hitless attempts. Juan Hernandez suffered five futile forays.

DSL Red Sox (15-10)

Jimenez and Lacrus no-hit the Marlins in game one, Sox win 1-0

Andres Jimenez set down all 15 men he faced, striking out six. Shair Lacrus gave up a sixth inning walk but put down the other six men he faced, one by way of the K.

Freiberg Marin managed two singles in three at-bats, driving in the only run of the contest. Alexander Martinez had a single and a walk in three trips. Fabian Andrade singled once in two attempts, scoring the only run in the fifth. Eduard Conde contributed a single in three attacks. Luis Hernandez had a walk in three appearances. Ivan Houellemont was hitless in two excursions. Reinaldo Ugueto, Keibert Petit, and Rafael Rincones were unsuccessful in a trio of fruitless trips.

Marlins get the better of the Sox in game two, defeating the Sox 6-5 in 10 innings

Manuel Ramirez relinquished a run on a hit and two walks in four frames, striking out one. Carlos Cortes gave up an unearned run on four hits and a hit by pitch in three innings, whiffing a pair. Jose Zacarias yielded four runs – two earned – on a walk, a hit by pitch, a single, and a Walner Espinal gopher ball over three frames, striking out two.

Fabian Andrade has a single and a stolen base after coming in for pinch hitter Freiberg Marin who singled in the eighth for Ivan Jimenez who went hitless in three trips. Rafael Rincones had a single, a walk, and a stolen base after coming in for Jose Mejias who managed a single in three tries. Jesus Chacon contributed a single in three at-bats before being replaced by Luis Hernandez who had a sacrifice bunt in his two attempts. Reinaldo Ugueto and Willis Figueroa each hit a single and was hit by a pitch in five forays; Ugueto swiping two bags. Ronaldo Pulgar walked twice and stole a base amid three hitless at-bats. Alexander Martinez and Marcos Martinez each managed a walk and a sacrifice fly in five tries. Keibert Petit walked to first once and had four hitless excursions.

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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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