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Minor League Recap 6/23/19

Dbacks Affiliates Took Three Out Of Six Games Played On Sunday

Diamondbacks affiliates took three out of six games played, with Missoula and the two DSL teams having a regularly scheduled day off.

Snake Stars/Highlighted Performances:

Pitcher(s): Bo Takahashi 7.0 IP 0 Runs 4 hits 0 BB 7 K

Hitter(s): Jazz Chisholm, Jackson 3-4 with a home run

Eduardo Diaz, Kane County 3-5 with a home run and a walk

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Ricky Nolasco started the game and faced only one batter, walking him, before being taken out for Anthony Vasquez. Vasquez went 5.2 innings, allowed the inherited runner to score, and allowed five runs (two unearned thanks to his own throwing error) on ten hits and four walks, whike striking out six. Ryan Atkinson pitched 2.1 scoreless innings, with a hit, a walk, and a wild pitch allowed, along with a pair of strikeouts. Jimmy Sherfy came into the game with a 6-6 tie, and allowed two runs on two hits and two walks.

Down 4-0 going into the bottom of the first, the Aces managed to score a run after Kevin Cron grounded into a double play with two on and one out, scoring Abraham Almonte. The Aces scored five runs in the bottom of the third to pull ahead 6-4 Yasmany Tomas walked with the bases loaded, forcing in a run, and Wyatt Mathisen followed up with a grand slam.

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Bo Takahashi pitched 7.0 scoreless innings, with just a hit batter, four hits, no walks, and seven strikeouts. Miguel Aguilar allowed the lone run in the eighth inning on a pair of hits and stuck out one. Matt Brill allowed a hit in a scoreless ninth, and also struck out a batter.

The Generals scored a run in the fourth on a solo shot by Drew Ellis and another run in the fifth on a solo shot by Jazz Chisholm. Jackson broke out with seven runs in the top of the seventh that included eight singles, multiple wild pitches, along with a two run triple by Ben DeLuzio. Jazz Chisholm had a big night going 3-4 with a homerun and scored a pair of runs, though he was caught stealing.

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Modesto scored seven runs in the top of the ninth off Breckin Williams and Kyler Stout, blowing a 6-4 lead. Justin Vernia was solid enough, going 5.0 innings and allowing three runs on three hits, two of which were home runs. Vernia walked none and struck out six. Jared Miller followed with two hitless, scoreless innings, with just a pair of walks, a wild pitch, and a strikeout. Luis Castillo struck out one in the eighth, and allowed a run on three hits. Breckin Williams got just two outs in the ninth, allowed five runs on three hits and two walks, and gave up a grand slam. Kyler Stout got the other out in the ninth, and allowed two runs on two hits and a walk.

The Rawhide scored four runs in the bottom of the fourth. Camden Duzenack walked with the bases loaded, scoring the first run. Tim Susnara hit a single that scored three runs thanks to fielding error, but was thrown out at home. The Rawhide added two more in the fifth. Lt Tolbert reaches on a fielder’s choice, then scored on a a Luis Alejandro Basabe double. Basabe then scored on a Jake McCarthy single.

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Ryan Weiss pitched 4.0 innings, allowed two runs on seven hits and two walks, while striking out one. Ethan Larrison pitched two scoreless and hitless innings, though he walked a batter, hit a batter, and threw a wild pitch. Wesley Rodriguez struck out two in a perfect seventh inning. Andy Toelken pitched 1.1 innings and allowed two runs on two hits and a hit by pitch. Kai-Wei Lin relieved Toelken with two on and one out, and allowed both inherited runners to score, along with the tying run in the bottom of the ninth. After the Cougars scorsd a run in the top of the tenth to pull ahead 6-5, Lin allowed a walk off two-run homer to the first batter he faced in the bottom of the tenth.

Alek Thomas hit a three run home run in the top of the third to put the Cougars up 3-1. Eduardo Diaz hit a solo homer in the fifth to make the score 4-2, then walked with the bass load to add another run in the sixth. Geraldo Perdomo doubled in a run in the top of the tenth.

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Deyni Oliveri went 3.2 scoreless innings, allowed just two hits, though he balked, hit a batter, walked four, and struck out four. Jacob Stevens allowed a hit and two walks in 2.1 scoreless innings. Trebor Mckenna was able to get just two outs while allowing a run on two hits and a walk. Yaramil Hiraldo relieved McKenna, with two on and no one out, and got of the jam without either inherited runner scoring. Hiraldo would end up pitching 1.1 perfect innings with a strikeout. Menendez followed with a perfect ninth.

The Hops had a four run inning in the bottom of the sixth. Andy Yerzy got the scoring started with a two run homer. batter Jesus Marriaga was hit by pitch, then stole second and third, and scored on a Jorge Barrosa single. Three consecutive walks followed, which scored Barrosa.

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Gerald Ogando pitched five innings, and allowed two runs on three hits and a walk, with six strikeouts. Eric Mendez relieved Ogando and pitched two perfect innings, and Dan Swain followed with one. Jesus Munoz allowed a hit and struck out one in a scoreless ninth.

The D-backs scored two runs in the bottom of the first, four runs in the third, a run in the fourth, and a run in the sixth. Only one extra base hit, a double by Marshawn Taylor, who was 2-5.. Wilderd Patino was 3-5 with a stolen. Angelo Altavilla also had a two hit night, and Corbin Carroll reached twice.