Three Stars Bryan Valdez 5IP 0R 1 Hit 7 k
Two Stars Edgar Martinez 5 IP 0 R 1 H 2 K
One Star Marcus Wilson 0-4 with a walk.
Zero Stars Geraldo Sanchez 1 IP 3 Runs 1 H 2 BB Two Balks in a Row
Special Negative Star Award: This Special Negative Star Award goes to Everett AquaSox Starting Pitcher Carlos Hernandez, who thanks to giving up 7 runs and getting only one out, now has an era of 189.
Rehab: Shelby Miller 6.2 IP 3 H 0BB 10 K
Alex Young walked a batter and struck out 6 in 6 innings, but got roughed up for 8 runs on 14 hits, including a three run homerun in five run fourth inning. Joey Krehbiel gave up two hits, one a solo hr, while striking out three in his inning of work. Jake Barrett would work a scoreless inning, giving up a hit and striking out two in eighth. Jimmy Sherfy would work a scoreless ninth inning, giving up a two hits and walking one, while striking out a pair as well.
Reno roughed up Omaha’s starter for ten hits, drew two walks, and hit two home runs, but only scored three runs. Michael Perez was 2-5 with a double and a home run. Ildemaro Vargas was 4-5 with a triple, Socrates Brito was 2-3 with two walks and a home run, and Kristopher Negron was 2-4 with a home run as well.
Bo Takahashi’s rough adjustment to AA continued. Takahashi pitched five innings, and giving up four runs on five hits, and struggled with his control, hitting a batter and walking three, though he did strikeout five. Bud Jeter worked an inning, giving up a run on a hit and a walk. Mason McCullough got only one out, a strikeout, and gave up two runs on a hit, a hit batter, and two walks. Yuhei Naukashiro would get the final two outs on a pop up and a fly out, and would work a perfect eighth inning, striking out a pair.
The Generals outhit the Jumbo Shrimp 13 to 7, but were 3-for-12 with runners in scoring position. Josh Prince was 2-5. and had the only two Generals extra base hits, a triple and a home run. Jamie Westbrook was 3-5 with two runs scored. Rudy Flores and Galli Cribbs were both 2-4 with a walk. Marcus Littlewood was 1-3 and had a pair of walks.
Shelby Miller made his fourth rehab start, and it was much more successful than his last 8 run 3 inning start. Miller pitched 6.2 scoreless innings, giving up just three hits, while striking out ten. Tyler Mark got the final out of the seventh inning. Kevin McCanna pitched a perfect eight and ninth inning, striking out three.
This game was sans Daulton Varsho, Drew Ellis,and Pavin Smith, while Marcus Wilson who did play, was 0-4 with a walk, yet the team had two big four run innings to back up the stellar pitching in this game. The only two extra base hits of the game were a pair of doubles, and the rest of the offense came from singles, walks, and sac flies. Dominic Miroglio was 2-4 with a double, a walk, and a stolen base. Stephen Smith was 2-5 with a double. Camden Duzenack was 3-5.
Jeff Bain pitched 6 inning, giving up 4 runs on 6 hits and a walk, while striking out seven. Jake Winston pitched 3 innings, giving up a run on two hits, walking none, and striking out three.
Jancarlos Cintron was 2-4 with a home run. Jasrado Chisholm was 2-3 with a walk. Gabriel Maciel went 2-5. Ernie De La Trinidad was 2-4 with a double. Renae Martinez was 1-3 with a double. Yoel Yanqui also had a three run double, his only hit of the game.
Hillsboro scored 12 runs in the first, 7 off of Everett starter Carlos Hernandez who could get only one out, and 5 more off of Cody Mobley who came on to relieve him before he could get out of the inning. All that being said, Matt Tabor’s five runs off of six hits and two walks, while striking out only two in 3.2 innings of work doesn't sound nearly as bad in comparison. Kai Wei-Lin got the final out of the fourth inning, and pitched scoreless fifth. Josh Green pitched the sixth and gave up a run off of three hits and a walk. Trevor McKenna walked two in a hitless seventh and eighth inning. Jayson McKinley struck out two in a perfect ninth.
Tra’mayne Holmes was 2-4 with a double and a walk, both of which came in the first inning. Andy Yerzy was 1-4 with a three run double and a walk, though he was also one of three outs in the first. Ryan January was 1-3 with two walks. Francis Martinez homered in the first after Andy Yerzy’s bases clearing double.
Edgar Martinez pitched five innings in an excellent start, giving up just a lone hit, and striking out two. Melvin Ovalles pitched a perfect inning. Trent Autry would pitch an inning, giving up a run on a hit and a walk, striking out one. Landon Whitson would pitch a scoreless inning, walking a batter, and striking out two. Geraldo Sanchez would give up three runs in ninth off of a hit and two walks, thanks to two back to back balks.
Jesus Munoz was 2-5 with a triple and a home run. Eddie Hernandez was 3-5 with a triple. Joe Robbins was 1-3 with a walk, a hit by pitch, and a home run. Jesus Marriaga was 2-6 with a stolen base.
Bryan Valdez pitched five innings of scoreless baseball, giving up just one hit, and struck out seven. Daniel De La Cruz pitched four innings, giving up one run off a hit and four walks, and struck out three.
Jorge Barrosa was 2-4 with a double and a stolen base. Ramses Malave was 2-4 with a stolen base. Jose Reyes was 1-3 with a bases clearing single. Kevin Noriega was 1-3 with two run triple.
Rigoberto Borbolla pitched 4.2 innings, giving up three runs on five hits and a walk, and struck out four. Yaramil Hiraldo pitched 3.1 innings, giving up just a hit, and struck out five.
The Dbacks2 were held to just four hits and a walk, and had 11 strikeouts. Juan Batista was the only hitter with any real success, going 1-2 with a double, a walk and a hit by pitch, but was caught stealing.