Red Sox Minor League Gameday May 15, 2017

Mike McCann

Today’s Games

MLB: Boston Red Sox Day Off

ILPawtucket Red Sox (TBD) vs. Scranton-Wilkes Barre RailRiders [NYY ] (Caleb Smith) [6:35PM]

EL: Portland Sea Dogs Day Off

CL: Salem Red Sox (Matt Kent) @ Frederick Keys [BAL] (Ofelky Peralta) [7:05PM]

SAL: Greenville Drive (Robby Sexton) @ Delmarva Shorebirds [BAL] (Alex Wells) [7:05PM]

Today’s Minor League Scores

Yesterday’s Scoreboard

Pawtucket Red Sox (15-17)

PawSox and Red Wings were unable to get today’s game in due to the weather. They will make up the game as part of a doubleheader next month.

Portland Sea Dogs (17-14)

Sea Dogs only put three men on base, lose 2-1

Kevin McAvoy tossed seven innings, yielding a run on a Scott Kingery homer while allowing six other hits and a walk; striking out six. Ty Buttrey was only able to get two outs in the eighth, surrendering a run on two hits and a walk. Josh Smith picked up the final out via a K after walking the first batter he faced.

Rafael Devers drove a seventh-inning pitch out of the park, ending Drew Anderson’s no-hit bid. It was his only hit in three attempts. Danny Mars managed a ninth-inning single after failing to get a hit in his first three trips. Joseph Monge was hit by a pitch in the second, then had two hitless at-bats. Deiner Lopez, Heiker Meneses, Jordan Procyshen, Cole Sturgeon, and Mike Olt each were unable to reach in three excursions. Josh Tobias struck out three times in his four frustrating forays.

Salem Red Sox (24-12)

Salem score three in the fourth, outpace the Nationals 5-2

Daniel Gonzalez made his first start in Salem after a midweek promotion, surrendering two runs on seven hits and two walks over three innings, whiffing a quartet. Jordan Weems gave up a single and two walks in his three relief frames, striking out one and picking up his fourth victory of the season. Austin Glorius yielded two singles and two walks, striking out two of the four batters he put down. Bobby Poyner whiffed four and gave up a single in his 1 ⅔ innings.

Kyri Washington picked up a single and a double in three at-bats before being replaced by Tate Matheny, who dropped a sacrifice in his only trip. Chad De La Guerra singled and walked in three attempts after replacing Jose Sermo who had one hitless trip before leaving due to apparent injury after fielding an infield single in the bottom of the third. Trenton Kemp and Michael Chavis each chipped in with a single and a walk in four forays. Jordan Betts and Nick Lovullo each laced a hit in four at-bats; Betts with a double. Josh Ockimey drew a walk and had three hitless attempts. Austin Rei was put out in each of his four at-bats. Bryan Hudson had a quintet of failed forays.

Greenville Drive (23-12)

Drive pounce on Delmarva early with a four-run first, cruise past the ShoreBirds 12-3

Darwinzon Hernandez struck out eight in his four-inning start, allowing a single, a triple, and four walks. Matthew Gorst yielded a run on a Collin Woody solo shot in the sixth; giving up two other hits and whiffing a quartet in his three innings of relief. Pat Goetze surrendered two runs – one earned – on five singles in his two frames; striking out one.

Tyler Hill hit four singles, stole his 12th base, and drove in three in his five forays. Jagger Rusconi roped a pair of singles, drew a duo of walks, and stole two bases in his six trips to the dish. Ryan Scott and Chris Madera each managed a pair of hits in five at-bats; Madera with a double, Scott with a swipe of second. Jerry Downs doubled and was plunked twice in five forays. Mitch Gunsolus and Nick Sciortino each singled once in five trips. Lorenzo Cedrola crushed a double and had five hitless excursions. Santiago Espinal was the only man unable to reach, going 0-for-5.

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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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