Red Sox Minor League Gameday July 2, 2017

Red Sox Minor League Gameday

Today’s Games

MLB: Boston Red Sox (Drew Pomeranz) @ Toronto Blue Jays (Joe Biagini) [1:07 PM]

ILPawtucket Red Sox (Shawn Haviland) vs. Scranton-Wilkes Barre RailRiders [PHI] (Chance Adams) [6:05 PM]

EL: Portland Sea Dogs (Trey Ball) @ Hartford Yard Goats [COL] (Ryan Castellani) [6:35 PM]

CL: Salem Red Sox (Roniel Raudes) @ Wilmington Blue Rocks [KCR] (Scott Blewett) [6:05 PM]

SAL: Greenville Drive (Bryan Mata) vs. Lexington Legends [CLE] (Andre Davis) [4:05 PM]

NYPL:  Lowell Spinners (TBD) @ Vermont Lake Monsters [OAK] (Richard Morban) [5:05 PM]

GCL: GCL Red Sox Day Off

DSL: DSL Red Sox Day Off

Today’s Minor League Scores

Yesterday’s Scoreboard

Pawtucket Red Sox (40-39)

Two-run homer by Court puts the Sox up for good, Pawtucket wins the suspended game 5-2

Jalen Beeks pitched the first three frames on Friday, giving up a double and whiffing five. Kyle Martin took the first three innings on Saturday, allowing two runs on two hits – including a Jake Cave two-run jack in the fifth – while striking out one. Jamie Callahan struck out a trio in two scoreless frames. Austin Maddox walked one and whiffed one in the ninth.

Bryce Brentz blasted two doubles and a two-run bomb and drew a base on balls in five forays. Ryan Court contributed a single, a walk, and a two-run round tripper in the seventh in his four appearances. Jhonny Peralta parked a solo shot in the eighth and doubled in his five at-bats. Brian Bogusevic blooped two singles in five attempts. Dan Butler bopped a single and took two free passes in four trips. Heiker Meneses and Matt Dominguez each dropped a single and drew a walk in four excursions. Mike Miller managed a single in five appearances. Pablo Sandoval suffered five futile forays.

Sandoval and Dominguez go deep, PawSox sweep the RailRiders 5-2

Hector Velazquez tossed six scoreless frames on five hits and a walk while striking out six. He was allowed to start the seventh, giving up a double to Abiatal Avelino and a Devyn Bolasky downtown blast before being lifted. Brandon Workman worked the final three outs, giving up a single and whiffing a pair.

Heiker Meneses managed a double and a walk in three trips. Brock Holt – starting his latest rehab session at DH – Pablo Sandoval, Bryce Brentz, Matt Dominguez, Aneury Tavarez, and Jantzen Witte each had a hit in three at-bats; Sandoval and Dominguez swatting homers. Blake Swihart walked twice in three appearances. Steve Selsky suffered a trio of frustrating forays.

Portland Sea Dogs (37-39)

Lopez blast the only score, Sea Dogs defeat the Yard Goats 1-0 in game one

Teddy Stankiewicz tossed six scoreless innings, scattering six hits and two hit by pitches while whiffing a quintet. Williams Jerez gave up a single in the seventh and picked up his third save.

Deiner Lopez laced a solo shot in the third inning, his only hit in two trips. Mike Olt had a perfect day at the plate with a pair of singles and a double. Rafael Devers ripped a single and drew a walk in three appearances. Jeremy Barfield bopped a single in three at-bats. Danny Mars, Josh Tobias, Michael Chavis, Henry Urrutia, and Jake Romanski were unable to get on base in three forays against Jack Wynkoop.

Portland powers through Hartford with four homers to win 10-3

Elih Villanueva tossed the first five frames, relinquishing three runs on six hits while whiffing a quartet. Bobby Poyner then pitched two perfect innings, striking out four.

Cole Sturgeon had a perfect day at the plate, smacking three singles and drawing a walk. Danny Mars blasted a homer and two singles along with drawing a walk in five trips. Rafael Devers and Mike Olt each went 2-for-4 with a dinger. Michael Chavis and Josh Tobias each tapped a single in four at-bats. Chad De La Guerra only managed one hit in five appearances, but made it count with a three-run home run. Jeremy Barfield drew two walks in four trips. Jordan Prosychen was hitless in four trips, though he did drop a sac bunt.

Salem Red Sox (6-4/46-33)

Wilmington rocks Sox, 8-3

Shaun Anderson lasted only 2 ⅔ innings, allowing three runs on six hits and a walk; striking out three. Marc Brakeman yielded three runs on four hits – including a Chris DeVito downtown shot – two walks, and two hit by pitches over 3 ⅓ frames; striking out four and uncorking a wild pitch. Gerson Bautista surrendered two runs on two hits and four walks in two innings; striking out one and throwing a pitch to the backstop.

Jeremy Rivera ripped two doubles and drew a walk in four trips. Austin Rei and Chris Madera each managed two hits in five at-bats; Madera with a double. Tyler Spoon singled and walked in four appearances. Bryan Hudson hit a single in five attempts. Josh Ockimey did not put a ball in play, striking out thrice and walking twice. Nick Lovullo took a free pass amid three hitless ups. Jose Sermo and Jordan Betts each struck out three times in four frustrating forays.

Greenville Drive (3-7/44-35)

Three-run first inning lifts Drive past Lexington, 5-2

Logan Boyd got back on track with six scoreless innings, giving up seven hits and a walk while striking out eight; Boyd tossed two to the backstop. Daniel Gonzalez gave up two runs on two hits – including a Joe Dudek jack – and a walk in two frames; whiffing a quartet. Hunter Smith struck out one in a 1-2-3 ninth.

Steven Reveles roped a single and a double while drawing a walk in four trips. Mitch Gunsolus golfed two doubles in four at-bats. Tucker Tubbs took two free passes and topped a single in four appearances. Tyler Hill hit a single, lifted a sacrifice fly, and stole a base in four attempts. Lorenzo Cedrola contributed a single, a sacrifice fly, and a sacrifice bunt in five forays. Santiago Espinal swatted a single and took a base on balls in five excursions. Ryan Scott scorched a single in four at-bats. Carlos Tovar dropped a sacrifice bunt amid three hitless trips. Roldani Baldwin suffered through four fruitless forays.

Lowell Spinners (4-8)

Martinez gives up a run in the tenth, Spinners walk-off in defeat 3-2

Yorvin Pantoja tossed 4 ⅓ frames, yielding a run on four hits and two walks; striking out four. Ryan Oduber relinquished an unearned run on three hits; whiffing a pair in 2 ⅔ innings. Durin O’Linger allowed two hits and whiffed one in the eighth. Joan Martinez pitched a perfect ninth before giving up a walk, a ground out (which moved the runner to second), and a run-scoring single to end the game in the tenth.

Juan Barriento bopped a pair of singles in five forays. Jordan Wren reached three times in four trips with a single and two walks. Tanner Nishioka knocked a single in four at-bats. Raiwinson Lameda laced a double in five attempts. Garrett Benge drew two base on balls and had two hitless appearances. Nick Sciortino and Yomar Valentin each walked to first once amid three hitless trips. Nicholos Hamilton also was given a free pass in his four excursions before being pinch hit for by Victor Acosta in the ninth; Acosta lined out. Joseph Monge was plunked and had four other fruitless forays.

GCL Red Sox (4-2)

Sox leave 14 on the bases, lose to the Twins 8-4

Oddanier Mosqueda allowed four runs on eight hits and a walk over four frames; striking out a quartet while uncorking a wild pitch. Victor Garcia gave up two runs on two hits and three walks in three innings; whiffing a quintet. Marcos Lantigua relinquished two runs on four hits, a hit by pitch, and an intentional walk over two frames; whiffing one.

Kervin Suarez swatted four singles in five at-bats. Everlouis Lozada laced a pair of singles, drew a walk, and was hit by a pitch in five trips. Pedro Castellanos clobbered a double and a homer in five attempts. Tyler Espin torched a double and was plunked in five appearances. Ramfis Berroa and Bobby Dalbec each drove a hit in five excursions; Berroa belting a double. Marino Campana took two free passed amid three hitless at-bats. Andre Colon took a walk and was hit by a pitch in five forays. Alberto Schmidt walked once in his four appearances before giving way to Carlos Pulido, who also drew a base on balls in his only trip.

DSL Red Sox (14-9)

Red Sox score two in the tenth, win the suspended game 2-0

Alejandro Rodriguez tossed six scoreless innings on June 15, giving up two hits and striking out a septet. Andres Jimenez followed with a perfect seventh, whiffing one before the rains suspended play. Luis Rivero pitched all three innings on Saturday, giving up a hit and a walk while striking out a trio.

Freiberg Marin managed a pair of singles and a walk in five forays. Keibert Petit placed a single, lifted a sacrifice fly, and was plunked in five trips. Fabian Andrade singled in four at-bats. Ronaldo Pulgar was placed on base twice with a walk and a hit by pitch in five appearances. Luis Hernandez headed to first on a base on balls amid three hitless excursions. Alexander Martinez walked once in five trips. Marcos Martinez was hit by a pitch amid a trio of hitless ups. Luis Hernandez helped himself to first with a walk in four attempts. Jose Mejias managed to drop a sacrifice bunt in five trips. Ivan Houellemont extended his hitless streak to begin the year with four failed forays.

Red Sox pound out 14 hits in the regularly scheduled contest, defeat the Marlins 10-5

Rafael Gomez gave up two runs on nine hits – including an Omar Lebron tater – and a walk in five innings, striking out three. Luis Colmenares surrendered three runs on three walks and a double in the sixth. Antonio Police walked one and whiffed two in the seventh.

Willis Figueroa walked twice and had a pair of singles in his perfect day at the plate. Eduard Conde contributed two singles and a double in four trips. Jesus Chacon drove in four with a single and a double in four at-bats. Keibert Petit had two singles and a stolen base in his two attempts before being replaced by Jose Mejias who had two hitless appearances. Reinaldo Ugueto singled and walked in five forays. Fabian Andrade and Ivan Jimenez each singled once in four attempts. Freiberg Marin and Rafael Rincones each roped a hit in five excursions; Rincones rocketing a double.

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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.

1 Comment

  1. Please, please stop using the word ‘forays’! It is being overdone and misused in this context. Otherwise, love the column. It’s the only place I can get this news. Thank you.

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