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Minor League Recap 7/21/2018: DSL Dbacks1 One-Hit Dsl Orioles

Dbacks Affiliates won only three out of eight contests despite some extremely solid starting pitching through out the system

Diamondbacks affiliates won three out of the eight games played, with the AZL Dbacks having a scheduled day off, but featured some extremely solid pitching performances by Deyni Olivero, Yaramil Hiraldo, Jeff Bain, and Roaldo Carvajal and Emilio Vargas.

Snake Stars

Pitcher of the night: Yaramil Hiraldo five no hit innings, seven strikeuts

Hitter of the night: Jorge Barrossa 2-4, but stole second and third both times he reached base for four total stolen bases

Reno Aces 4 Las Vegas 51s 5

Taylor Clarke went six innings, and gave up four runs on eight hits and two walks, and struck out four. Jarred Miller Completely lost command of the strike zone and walked three straight batters, and couldn’t the final out of the seventh inning, and when Joey Krehbiel came on, he walked his batter and walked in what turned out to be the winning run, but would get the final out of the inning. Barry Enright pitched two scoreless innings with no hits or walks, and struck out two.

Illdemaro Vargas was 2-4 with a double and walk, Juniel Querecuto and Christian Walker were both 2-5 with a double. Cesar Puello was 2-5 with a triple and a double. Kevin Cron doubled as well, and Kristopher Negro had a two hit night.

Jackson Generals 4 Birmingham Barons 3

Kevin Medrano hit a pinch hit three run home run in the ninth to put the Generals ahead. Bo Takahashi went eighth innings, and gave up two runs on seven hits, though both runs came on solo home runs. Takahashi walked none and struckout four. Yoan Lopez gave up one run on two hits, but got the save in the ninth. Jame Westbrook was 2-4 with a double and gunned down a runner at home. Alberto Rosario was 2-3. Marty Herum and Jose Vincio both had a double.

Visalia Rawhide 1 Lancaster Jethawks 6

Jasrado Chisholm was 2-4 with a solo home run and Adam Walton was 2-3 with a double and a stolen base, but aside from a single from Marcus Wilson and Pavin Smith, there wasn’t any other offense in the game.

Emilo Vargas pitch 5.2 innings and gave up two runs on three hits and a walk, and struck out seven, though he also hit two two batters and threw a wild pitch. Junior Garcia had a rough go of his outing, giving up four runs (three earned) on an error, three hits, a hit by pitch, and a wild pitch. Robby Sexton pitched an 1.2 scoreless innings, and Carlos Bustamante pitched a scoreless inning in the ninth.

Kane County Cougars 2 South Bend Cubs 4

Jeff Bain pitched six scoreless innings, and gave up just three hits, and struck out three. Breckin Williams allowed one run on two hits, a single and a double. Abraham Almonte pitched a 1 -2-3 eighth inning, only for South Bend to score three runs off of Erbert Gonzalez in the ninth inning to snatch a win away in a well pitched game by Kane County.

Jancarlos Cintron was 2-4 with a double. Ryan Grotjohn and Yoel Yanqui were both 2-4, but the only other hit in the game was by Gabriel Maciel.

Hillsboro Hops 2 Vancouver Canadians 3

Ryan Weiss pitched two scoreless innings to start game, and gave up just a hit. Kenny Hernandez gave up two runs on six hits and a walk in four and two thirds innings. Ethan Larrison gave up the winning run in the eighth inning.

Aside from Jose Caballero, who was 2-3 with home run, and Jake McCarthy who singled and walked, the Hops had just three other hits so it’s not surprising they couldn’t score anymore runs after Caballero’s solo home run in the third.

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Deyni Olivero had another great start, though this time he didn’t rack up the strikeouts like his 9 K performance in his last start. Instead Olivero racked up 10 groundouts, tjree popups, and just two line drive outs and no fly balls, with just one strikeout/ Olivero was a bit wild, with four walks and a wild pitch. Out of the three hits Olivero gave up, only one of them was hard hit. The lone run came in the fifth on a walk, a grounder that moved the runner over, a stolen base, and another grounder that scored the runner. Blake Workman worked two scoreless and hitless innings, but walked three batters, while striking out two. Carlos Hernandez worked two scoreless innings of his own, giving up just a hit and a walk.

Every single Osprey had at last one hit in the game, with five Osprey batters having three hits nights. LF Joe Robbins was 3-4 with a walk and a solo homerun and C Zachary Almond was 3-4 with a solo home run of his own. Geraldo Perdomo was 3-4 with a triple and a walk, and Brandon Leyton and Zach Shannon were both 3-5 with a double. In addition Jesus Munoz had a two hit night.

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Roaldo Carvajal would pitch four scoreless two hit innings, and would also dominate keeping the ball on the ground with six ground ball outs, no fly ball outs, and two double plays. The Second squad had a five run fifth inning, Justin Martinez would pitch two innings, and would have a very rough four run sixth inning. An errant pickoff throw, four walks, including three in a row followed by a hit by pitch. A single would follow. but left fielder Ismael Jaime would allow all three base runners to score on a ground ball. The inning would finally end on a pop out. Julio Avendano would give up the tying run in the seventh, and Jhonny Valdez would give up three runs in the top of the ninth. Alexander Hernandez was 2-4 with a triple, Eduardo Herrara was 1-2 with two walks and a stolen base. Alandro Alcide also singled and stole a base.

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Yaramil Hiraldo no hit the Orioles for five innings. Hiraldo walked none and struck out seven, and started out the game striking out the first three batters. Victor Rodriguez would allow a single to the second batter he faced, and that would be the only Orioles hit of the game. So how did they score a run you ask? Well, Rodriguez would issue the only walk of the game, an error and a ground out later and the only run for the Orioles would cross the plate. Pablo Pimentel would strikeout one in a hitless eighth inning, and Carlos Ventura would strikeout two in a hitless ninth, so Rodriguez two innings spoiled an other wise amazingly well pitched game.

Jorge Barrosa was 2-5, but stole second and third both times he reached base, for a total of four stolen base. Jose Curpa was hitless, but walked and stole second and third as well. Sergio Gutierrez singled and walked, and stole a base of his own. Neyfey Castillo was 1-4 with a double, the lone extra base hit of the game.