Dan Johnson went 3-4 with two doubles and a home run, and Russ Canzler, John Jaso, John Matulia, and J.J. Furmaniak each had two hits. Stephen Vogt was 1-4 with his third home run as a Bull. Andy Sonnanstine started and went 5.2 innings, allowing three runs while striking out six and walking two.
Montgomery Biscuits 6, Mobile BayBears 0
Alex Colome pitched a seven-inning complete-game one-hitter, striking out two and walking two. Henry Wrigley homered and drove in two, Isaias Velasquez had a double, and Cole Figueroa hit a triple. Tim Beckham went 0-2 with a hit by pitch.
Mobile BayBears 4, Montgomery Biscuits 1
Nick Barnese struck out four and walked four in 5 innings, allowing three runs on six hits. Matt Bush allowed the other run; he struck out one in 2 innings. Henry Wrigley, Kyeong Kang, and Isaias Velasquez had the only three Biscuits' hits.
Charlotte Stone Crabs 7, Palm Beach Cardinals 6
Hak-Ju Lee, Ty Morrison, Tyler Bortnick, Anthony Scelfo, and Reid Fronk all picked up two hits to lead the offense. C.J. Riefenhauser started and went 4 innings, allowing four runs on six hits with just one punchout. Scott Shuman pitched a perfect eighth inning with three strikeouts, but walked the first two in the ninth and was taken out.
South Bend Silver Hawks 5, Bowling Green Hot Rods 4
Jason McEachern struck out five and walked one in 5 innings, but allowed five runs on nine hits as well. Keith Castillo was 2-3 with a double and a home run, and Todd Glaesmann also had a two-hit game.
Bowling Green Hot Rods 4, South Bend Silver Hawks 3
The Hot Rods had just three hits, a double by Julio Cedeno and singles by Steve Tinoco and Kevin Kiermaier, though they did draw four walks. Chris Rearick got the win with three scoreless relief innings.
Hudson Valley Renegades 7, Lowell Spinners 0
Andrew Bellatti pitched 5 scoreless innings, and Robert Dickmann, Andy Bass, and Charlie Cononie combined for the last four. No Renegade had multiple hits, though Craige Lyerly, Chris Winder, and Brian Bryles each had a hit and two walks. Jeff Malm was 1-3 with a double and a walk.
Bluefield Blue Jays 6, Princeton Rays 2
Justin O'Conner hit his fourth home run of the season, but it was part of a 1-4 day with three more strikeouts. Junior Rodriguez went 3-4, accounting for half of Princeton's hits, and Cameron Seitzer reached twice on a hit and a walk. Ian Kendall walked five and threw three wild pitches in 4 innings of work, but limited the damage to just one run. Marcus Jensen allowed five runs (three earned) in 3.1 innings.
GCL Rays rained out
Princeton Rays- Is SS/2B Taylor Motter hurt? He hasn't played at all in August.Or has he been replaced by either Ryan Brett or Justin Hager.ReplyDelete
who cares about PR who cares abou HV. AA AAA thats all we should be talking aboutReplyDelete
well its important to care about PR and HV. They are also, the future of the rays. Everyone starts somewhere.ReplyDelete
to Anonymous #2- Who cares about PR and HV? I DO, as well as many other Rays fans. I also care about BG, PC, Mont and Dur...so, thank you Rays Prospects for covering ALL the teams. :)ReplyDelete
:) i am anon #3 and couldn't agree more with you #4. I appreciate raysprospects letting us know each day about all the teams.ReplyDelete
Well with Lee and Beckham being promoted today to AA and AAA... It should make for an interesting final month or so... Especially at the SS position for the Rays futureReplyDelete
Do you guys think there is any truth to this or not?
Hmm, let's see. We have an anonymous internet poster who posts from another anonymous internet poster who thinks that Josh and Chris Sale are brothers and then he says that "a former college catcher who played against this guy and knew him pretty well" claims he was juicing. (I must have missed the league that has former college players playing HS players.)ReplyDelete
Might be the dumbest thing ever posted here.
As to the original question, yes Motter is hurt and Hager playing SS. He has been out for a couple weeks now and I have not heard of a date for his return.ReplyDelete