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Diamondbacks Farm Round-Up: May 27th

Bit of a depressing day on the farm, with the only win coming from Reno, who blew a late lead and had to walk-off a game that should have been an easy win.  The good news on the day, though, is that a familiar face had an impressive day down at Triple-A.

Snakelet of the Day:
Barry Enright (Triple-A): 6 IP, 2 H, 1 R (1 ER), 1:0 K:BB, 5:7 GO:FO, 1 HR

Triple-A: Reno 9, Sacramento 5.  (29-20)  A quality outing tonight from Enright, though I'd still like to see progress on his ability to miss some bats or generate more ground balls.  The Aces cruised for most of the game, collecting 12 hits, with doubles from Brandon Allen and Tony Abreu and a pair of homers, including Konrad Schmidt's fourth homer of the year.  With the Aces going into the top of the ninth leading 5-1, Daniel Stange blew the lead and the game was tied going into the bottom of the ninth.  With the bases loaded and one out, Cody Ransom delivered the team's other home run, a walk-off grand slam and his 13th homer of the year.

Double-A: Mobile 2, Jackson 4.  (25-22)  Wes Roemer gave Mobile a quality start, allowing two earned runs in six innings, despite a 3:3 K:BB, hitting a batter, and surrendering a homer.  Mobile bats hit three doubles and seven hits overall, led by Josh Ford's two-hit day, including a double, and A.J. Pollock, who had a single, a walk, and a stolen base.  The loss went to reliever Clay Zavada, who gave up two runs in two innings of work on a strikeout and two walks.  Your Daily Goldschmidt: Goldie went 1-4 with a double and a strikeout.

Hi-A: Visalia 2, Stockton 10.  (22-26)  Bad day in the Cal League when you only score a pair of runs.  Worse day in the Cal League when your starter, in this case Mike Belfiore, surrenders four home runs in just 3.1 innings of work.  Belfiore was tagged for 11 hits and eight runs in that short day of work, bringing his ERA up to 7.30 on the year.  At the plate, Chris Owings continued his streak of power, going 1-3 with a triple, while Adam Eaton reached base twice on a single and a walk.

Low-A: South Bend 1, Dayton 6.  (23-25)  SilverHawks' starter J.R. Bradley had a decent game, going five innings and giving up two runs on four hits, four strikeouts, and four walks.  Unfortunately, the bullpen fell victim to the defense, giving up three unearned runs (and one earned run) in their four innings of work.  Offensively, only Yazy Arbelo managed an extra-base hit by hitting his 15th double of the year, and South Bend only managed five hits on the night.