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Diamondbacks Farm Round-Up: May 3rd

Good win for the Diamondbacks tonight, but among their affiliates only Double-A Mobile could match them. The four teams were held to a total of 19 runs, conceding 26.

Snakelet of the Day:
Rossmel Perez (High-A): 3-for-3, BB; season avg. 382, 4:13 K:BB

Triple-A: Reno 6 @ Las Vegas 7. By the middle of the third inning, the Aces were 5-1 up, with DH Wily Me Peña having driven in all five runs with his eight and ninth homers of the year. However, starter Matt Torra and the Reno bullpen were unable to hold it: Torra allowed six hits, three walks and five runs, all earned, in a six-inning appearance. Walks were the biggest problem thereafter, Ron Jason Urquidez and Rafael Rodriguez handing our seven free passes over the remaining 2.2 frames. Rodriguez walked the bases loaded with one out in the ninth, and a sacrifice fly gave the 51's victory. Brandon Allen went 2-for-2 with three walks.

Double-A: Mobile 8, Tennessee 6.  Patrick Corbin was clean through the first five, but the wheels came off in the sixth, as the first five Smokies all got hits, and by the end of the inning, he'd allowed four runs. However, he still got the win, as the BayBears offense kept him ahead. C Josh Ford had three hits, and LF Ollie Linton reached base three times, on a hit and a couple of walks. RF Marc Krauss scored three runs, with two hits, including his third homer of the season. The Smokies manager was ejected in the ninth. Your Daily Goldschmidt. He went 1-for-4 with a walk and a run scored, but did hit into a double-play.

High-A: Visalia 4, San Jose 6. This was tied at two after six, but the Giants scored four in the seventh, as Trevor Harden struggled in his fourth frame - it looks like he and Chase Anderson are kinda sharing a rotation spot. Anderson, the "starter", allowed two runs on three hits over three innings, fanning four. Victor Capellan retired all eight batters faced the rest of the way, four by the K. C Rossmel Perez was 3-for-3 with a walk: over the last seven games, he's 12-for-26 with four walks and no K's. 3B Matt Davidson had a pair of solo home-runs, and 1B Bobby Borchering continued to work his way back, with two hits.

A-ball: South Bend 1, Great Lakes 7. I think IHSB was at that one, so I imagine we'll be getting a more in-depth recap in due course. Not a good night for Patrick Schuster, tagged for all seven Loons runs in three innings, on eight hits, two walks and a hit batter. Daniel Taylor followed, with a much better line - 3.1 perfect frames with four strikeouts - and he combined with Chris Odegaard and Jeremy Erben for six shutout innings. However, the Silver Hawks offense struggled again, being held to just four hits, two of them off the bat of RF Jeff Jarrett, and a single walk, and they had only two at-bats with a runner in scoring position all night.