Red Sox Minor League Gameday September 6, 2016

Red Sox Minor League Gameday

Today’s Games

MLB: Boston Red Sox (Clay Buchholz) vs. San Diego Padres (Paul Clemens) [10:05PM]

ILPawtucket Red Sox missed the playoffs with 74-68 record

EL: Portland Sea Dogs missed the playoffs with 55-84 record

CLSalem Red Sox finished the regular season with 87-52 record. Playoffs begin on Wednesday.

SAL: Greenville Drive missed the playoffs with 70-69 record.

NYPL: Lowell Spinners finished the regular season with a 47-29 record. Playoffs begin on Wednesday.

GCL: GCL Red Sox defeated by GCL Cardinals in a one-game series; finished 33-28 in the regular season 

DSL: DSL Red Sox 1 @ DSL Rangers 1 [10:00AM]

DSLDSL Red Sox 2 swept by DSL Rangers 1 in best of three semi-finals; finished 48-22 in the regular seasn

Today’s Minor League Scores

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

Yesterday’s Scoreboard

Pawtucket Red Sox (74-68)

Brentz Blast in the first lead the PawSox to a 4-2 victory

Henry Owens went 6 ⅔ innings, allowing two runs – one earned – on a hit by pitch, two singles, two doubles, and three free passes; striking out five. Kyle Martin finished up the game with 2 ⅓ scoreless frames, giving up three singles.

Jose Vinicio reached base thrice with a single, a double, and a hit by pitch in four trips. Allen Craig tripled and walked in his three appearances. Dan Butler singled and struck out twice in his three at-bats. Jantzen Witte, Bryce Brentz, and Rusney Castillo each struck a hit in four at-bats; Brentz with a three-run blast in the first. Mike Miller lifted a sacrifice fly and drew a walk in his three plate appearances. Chris Marrero earned a walk amid three hitless at-bats. Chris Dominguez ended his season with an 0-for-3 day.

Portland Sea Dogs (55-84)

Sea Dogs end the season on a loss, 3-1

Mike McCarthy tossed four scoreless frames, yielding two hits and a walk. Taylor Grover surrendered two runs in two innings, giving up two hits – including an Emilio Guerrero blast – and a walk. Ben Taylor gifted the final run on four singles in the seventh. Ty Buttrey struck out a pair while yielding a single in his inning of relief.

Mauricio Dubon singled twice in four at-bats. Danny Bethea lifted a single and a sacrifice fly in three attempts. Tim Roberson roped a single and earned a walk in three trips. Tzu-Wei Lin laced a single in three at-bats. Ryan Court, Cody Decker, and Rainel Rosario each placed a hit in play in four excursions; Decker decking a double. Cole Sturgeon and Nate Freiman ended their seasons with four futile forays.

Salem Red Sox (44-26 / 87-52)

Fernandez allows four in the first, Salem sleeps through a 4-0 loss

Jeffry Fernandez pitched the first two innings, allowing the four runs on five hits, two walks, and a hit by pitch; whiffing one. Mario Alcantara followed with two frames, giving up a single and striking out five. Yankory Pimentel loaded the bases in the fifth with a single and two walks but escaped without a run scoring, striking out one. Jamie Callahan loaded the bases in the sixth with two singles and a walk but also kept them loaded. Trevor Kelley twirled perfection over the final two innings, striking out three.

Rafael Devers dropped a single, swiped a bag, and earned a walk in four plate appearances. Deiner Lopez laced a single in three at-bats. Jose Sermo sliced a single in four trips. Jayce Ray drew a walk in his three excursions. Jordan Betts, Jordan Procyshen, and Mike Meyers each were held off the bases in three at-bats. Luis Alexander Basabe and Joseph Monge each wore 0-for-4 collars.

Salem will begin the playoffs on Wednesday at home against the Myrtle Beach Pelicans.

Greenville Drive (33-37 / 70-69)

Drive finally find a higher gear with a four run ninth, but to no avail in a 6-4 loss to end the season

Enmanuel De Jesus allowed four runs on five hits – including a Logan Hill homer – and a walk; striking out four and unleashing two wild pitches. Kuehl McEachern kept the Power off with two innings of perfection; whiffing two. Adam Lau relinquished two run – one earned – on three hits in his two frames; striking out one.

Jeremy Rivera roped a single and a double in four at-bats. Derek Miller drove a pair of singles in five trips. Josh Ockimey singled in one of his four excursions. Roldani Baldwin belted a sacrifice fly and was hit by a pitch in four plate appearances. J.T. Watkins walked once in four trips to the dish. Kyri Washington walked in his only appearance after replacing Tate Matheny who struck out twice in his three at-bats. Nick Lovullo and Tyler Spoon each went 0-for-2 sharing the seven spot. Mitch Gunsolus and Trenton Kemp each wore 0-for-4 collars, Gunsolus striking out thrice.

Lowell Spinners (47-29)

Stone surrenders five in the eighth, Spinners lose their regular season finale 9-5

Darwinzon Hernandez tossed the first three innings, allowing three runs – one earned – on two hits and three walks; whiffing three and uncorking a pair of wild pitches. Jared Oliver followed with two innings of perfection. Dioscar Romero gave up a Sean Murphy moonshot in the sixth. Algenis Martinez struck out one in a perfect seventh. Brad Stone picked up two outs while yielding five runs – three earned – on a single, a wild pitch, and four walks. Infielder Andy Perez was tasked with picking up the final out, which he accomplished by getting Nate Mondou to bid adieu with a fly out.

Victor Acosta lined a single and a double in four at-bats. Matt McLean, C.J. Chatham, Bobby Dalbec, Jerry Downs, Yoan Aybar, and Carlos Tovar each smacked a hit in four trips; Chatham with a double. Isaias Lucena was unable to reach in three excursions. Ryan Scott was frustrated in all four appearances.

Lowell will begin the New York-Penn League playoffs on Wednesday at home against Hudson Valley.

DSL Red Sox 1 (2-1)

Two in the fifth put the Sox on top, slip past the Rangers 2-1 to take a 2-1 advantage in the finals

Juan Perez pitched the first five innings and faced one batter in the sixth, yielding an unearned run on two hits, a walk, and a wild pitch while whiffing three. Oddanier Mosqueda threw the final four frames, giving up a single and striking out six.

Ricardo Cubillan, Marino Campana, Ramfis Berroa, Willis Figueroa, and Luis Hernandez each clubbed a hit in three at-bats; Berroa and Figueroa roping doubles and scoring the two runs in the fifth. Kervin Suarez, Carlos Pulido, Eddy Reynoso, and Jose Mejias each had a trio of futile forays.

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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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