Memphis 4, Reno 6
Dakota Hudson made his AAA debut Sunday with Memphis. He went seven innings, allowing four earned runs on six hits. He also walked three and sturck out four. Ryan Sherriff took the loss giving up two runs in the eighth inning.
The Memphis offense struggled for the most part last night, with the exception being Tyler O’Neill. He was 2-4 at the plate including a home run, and drove in three. O’Neill is now hitting .245 on the season and has 21 homers to go with 66 RBI. Alex Mejia also had a RBI as he went 1-3, pushing his average to .303
Springfield 6, NW Arkansas 3
Austin Gomber improved to 5-7 on Sunday following a very strong outing. He lasted seven innings, allowed only three hits, one walk, and surrendered one run on a solo homer. Gomber has a 4.27 ERA, 1.33 WHIP and .248 BAA through 20 starts this season. He has also struck out 96 batters while allowing 39 free passes. Tyler Bray struggled in relief giving up two runs on three hits in one inning. Rowan Wick threw a scoreless ninth to pick up his fourth save with Springfield. Walks continued to be an issue for him as he allowed two in his lone inning.
The Springfield offense backed Gomber nicely as every starter besides Anthony Garcia recorded a hit. Tommy Edman, Darren Seferina, and John Nogowski all posted multi hit efforts. Seferina also hit his third home run of the season and Oscar Mercado added his ninth.
Rain 1, Palm Beach 0
Wisconsin 3, Peoria 1
Evan Kruczynski started for Peoria and was effective, going 5.1 innings and giving up two earned runs. He did allow seven hits, but walked no one and struck out three. Colton Thomson and Bryan Dobzanski each pitched well in relief, allowing one earned in their 3.2 combined. Thomson now sports a 1.25 ERA between State College and Peoria.
Stephen Piscotty batted second and played right field. He was 1-4 with a double and is hitting .200 during his rehab stint. Former first rounder Nick Plummer was 204 with a RBI and a double out of the lead-off spot. 2017 fourth round pick Kramer Robertson went 0-4 and hit ninth for the Chiefs. Ryan McCarvel, Dylan Carlson, and J.R. Davis also each had a hit on the night.
Auburn 1, State College 2
Daniel Castano continued his winning ways as he improved to 7-1 on the season. He went 7.2 shutout innings and allowed just two hits and two walks. He struck out five and lowered his season ERA to 2.24. Noel Gonzalez failed to record a batter, issuing two walks but still recording his first hold. Spencer Trayner picked up his second save of the season in relief of Gonzalez. Going 1.1 innings and allowing one earned run.
The State College bats were pretty silent, going 3-26 as a team. Bryce Denton was 2-3 and raised his average to .243. Tyler Lancaster added the other hit with a solo shot in the eighth inning.
Johnson City 9, Pulaski 3
Johnson City starter Franyel Casadilla picked up his first win of the season going 5.1 innings and giving up three earned. His season ERA now sits at 7.94 in eight games, six starts. The Johnson City relievers were solid, holding the Yankees scoreless through their 3.2 innings. Jake Walsh picked up his first hold of the season.
Irving Lopez led the Johnson City offense going 3-4 with two home runs, three runs scored, and five RBI. Julio Rodriguez had three hits of his own including a homer, and knocked in three runs. 2016 first rounder Delvin Perez was 1-4 with a run scored and hit seventh in the order. Chase Pinder had to leave in the third inning after being hit by a pitch.
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