Red Sox Minor League Gameday June 13, 2016

Red Sox Minor League Gameday

A strong farm system is at the heart of every successful MLB franchise. The Boston Red Sox have graduated a talented crop of players from their system including a shortstop, right fielder, and a left-handed starter. In Brandon Magee‘s Minor League Gameday, he will update us on how the teams in the Red Sox farm system performed every day.

Today’s Games

MLBBoston Red Sox Day Off

ILPawtucket Red Sox Day Off

ELPortland Sea Dogs Day Off

CL: Salem Red Sox (Matt Kent) @ Potomac Nationals [WAS] (Dakota Bacus) [7:05PM]

SAL: Greenville Drive (Jose Almonte) vs. Augusta GreenJackets [SFG] (Jonathan Hernandez) [7:05PM]

DSL: DSL Red Sox1 vs. DSL Rays1 [10:30am]

DSL: DSL Red Sox2 @ DSL Rays2 [10:30am]

Today’s Minor League Scores

[Note: All Times EDT / All pitchers listed subject to change]

6/12 Scoreboard

Pawtucket Red Sox (33-30)

PawSox score the only run of the game in the second inning, win 1-0

Aaron Wilkerson pitched the first six innings, giving up three singles, a hit by pitch, and a walk; striking out seven. Robby Scott went the next two innings and one batter, giving up a single and a hit by pitch; striking out four. Noe Ramirez picked up the save with a one-two-three ninth.

Ali Solis had two singles in three at-bats, driving in the only run of the game. Bryce Brentz had a double and a walk in four plate appearances, scoring the only run of the game. Mike Miller garnered a walk in three trips to the plate. Jose Vinicio had a sacrifice bunt and two hitless at-bats. Ryan LaMarre picked up a walk in four trips to the plate. Justin Maxwell was hit by a pitch and had three hitless at-bats. Chris Dominguez and Jantzen Witte each went 0-for-3. Chris Marrero went 0-for-4.

Portland Sea Dogs (21-41)

Sea Dogs pitching allows only three base runners in a 7-1 victory

Mitch Atkins gave up a walk and struck out seven in his first six innings of work. He allowed his first hit, a single, to the only batter he faced in the seventh inning. Luis Ysla would allow the runner to score on a single two batters later. Ysla went two innings, giving up that one single and striking out two. Chandler Shepherd pitched a one-two-three ninth inning.

Aneury Tavarez had a perfect day, with a single, a double, a home run – his first of the season – a walk, and a stolen base. Ryan Court and Andrew Benintendi each had two singles in four at-bats; Court with the combination pick-off/stolen base. Nate Freiman and Cole Sturgeon each had a single in three at-bats; Freiman adding a walk, Sturgeon with a hit by pitch. Rainel Rosario had a triple in four at-bats. Wendell Rijo had a walk and three hitless at-bats. Sean Coyle had a walk and four hitless at-bats. Danny Bethea went 0-for-4.

Salem Red Sox

Salem survives a Poyner meltdown, defeat the Blue Rocks 6-5

Trey Ball pitched 5 1/3 scoreless innings, giving up five hits, a hit by pitch, two walks, and two wild pitches; striking out three. German Tavarez allowed a run on a Chad Johnson home run in his 1 2/3 innings of work. Bobby Poyner had his first bad day in well over a month, allowing four runs on five hits, two walks, and a hit by pitch in two innings of work; striking out one.

Yoan Moncada, Mauricio Dubon, Rafael Devers, Joseph Monge, and Danny Mars each went 2-for-4; Moncada with a walk and was caught stealing twice (once being picked off), Dubon with a walk and a stolen base, Devers with a triple and a pair of base swipes, Monge with a stolen base, Mars with a duo of triples. Jordan Betts had a single and a sacrifice fly in four trips to the plate. Nick Longhi garnered a walk in four plate appearances. Ben Moore and Franklin Guzman each went 0-for-4.

Salem can clinch the first-half division title with a win or a Myrtle Beach Pelican loss tonight.

Greenville Drive (32-20)

Drive battle back from six runs down before getting their first at-bats, defeat Augusta 11-8

Roniel Raudes battled through four innings of work, allowing eight runs on seven hits (one homer), two walks, and a balk; striking out four. Marc Brakeman pitched three scoreless innings, giving up a hit and striking out four. Angelo Leclerc finished off the GreenJackets with a pair of scoreless frames, giving up two hits, and a walk while striking out three.

Chad De La Guerra and Tyler Spoon led the offense with 3-for-5 days; De La Guerra with a triple, Spoon with his second home run of the season. Michael Chavis had a single, a home run, and a sacrifice fly in five trips to the plate. Luis Alexander Basabe picked up a single, a double, and a stolen base in five at-bats. Austin Rei singled in his two official at-bats, drawing a walk and driving a sacrifice fly in his other two appearances. Derek Miller hit a single and drew a walk in four plate appearances. Jeremy Rivera slashed a triple and stole a base in his four at-bats. Tate Matheny garnered a pair of walks and had three hitless at-bats. Josh Ockimey had a rare off-day at the plate, going 0-for-5.

DSL Red Sox 1 and DSL Red Sox 2

The clubs in the Dominican enjoyed their traditional Sunday off.

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Brandon Magee is our minor league expert; he has written about minor league travel, ranking prospects, a first round draft pick, and the MLB First-Year Player Draft.

Follow Brandon on Twitter @cuzittt.

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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