Montgomery Biscuits 5, Jacksonville Suns 2
Henry Wrigley was 2 for 4 with a home run. Stephen Vogt was also 2 for 4 with a home run. Isaias Velasquez had a two run homer. Ryan Reid picked up the win and Zach Quate the save.
Daytona Cubs 5, Charlotte Stone Crabs 2 (Game One)
Mark Thomas was 2 for 3. Mike Sheridan had a double. Tyler Bortnick and Matt Hall picked up an RBI each. Matt Stabelfeld had a perfect inning of relief.
Daytona Cubs 2, Charlotte Stone Crabs 1 (Game Two)
Dustin Biell was 2 for 3 with a double and a run scored. Omar Luna was 2 for 3.
West Michigan White Caps 4, Bowling Green Hot Rods 2
Steven Tinoco was 2 for 3 with a double. Cody Rogers was 2 for 4 with a double. Hector Guevara was 2 for 4 with an RBI. Derek Dietrich was 2 for 5. Phil Wunderlich had an RBI.
Hudson Valley Renegades 6, Lowell Spinners 5
Kyle Holloway had a two-run homer. Raymond Church had a triple. Juniel Querecuto had a double and an RBI. Chris Winder had an RBI. Stayton Thomas picked up the win and Charlie Cononie the save.
GCL Twins 2, GCL Rays 0
Brandon Martin and Granden Goetzman each had a double. Daniel Bream pitched 3 shut-out innings with 3 strikeouts. Zack Butler had 2 shut-out innings.
DSL Rays 5, DSL Yankees 4
Julio Medina was 2 for 4 with an RBI. Adderly Rosa had a double. Alexander Simon had a triple. Yoel Araujo and Ismael Aguero each had an RBI. Jorge Rodriguez earned the win and Luis Guerrero the save.
VSL Rays, VSL Phillies (postponed)
I'm not sure if this is the right place to put this or not, but my name is Adam Lawson and I am an intern with the P-Rays and I've been doing some interviews with prospects taht we've put up on princetonrays.net. If you want to link them you can and I'm doing an interview with Cameron Seitzer that should be up there by tomorrow.ReplyDelete
Interesting tidbit: Durham Bulls playing at the Pawtucket Red Sox over the weekend where Carl Crawford will be playing his rehab games.ReplyDelete
Once again I was in Lowell for the game last night, and the Renegades finished off the sweep. A few observations:ReplyDelete
Matt Rice looked good at the plate all weekend, although he is a guy who may need a position change since the Rays have a solid string of younger C in front of him. He batted behind Malm all series and it worked out well for both of them.
A couple errors again last night, but the Renegades have good range and team speed, and are an aggressive bunch.
Querecuto knocked in the winning runs with a shot down the 1B line that was ruled an error, but was a pretty tough play so he could easily have had a triple added to the boxscore.
Partridge had some good & bad moments, probably deserved better than the ND. Stayton Thomas looked like he was topping out at 80 mph, is that possible? Bryles was pretty impressive in CF this weekend, but I am not a fan of the wide stance. Jared Sandberg seems to have this bunch doing better than most of us expected.
Headed back to FL tomorrow, back to observing the GCL for me.
Good report Jim. Anything else on Querecuto?ReplyDelete
Been singing the praises of Juniel since GCL last year, and out of XST. 18 years old, batting second and hitting over .300 from both sides of the plate while playing a pressure position in high short-season is pretty impressive to me. Small sample, but the kid is a solid player IMO.ReplyDelete