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05-19-2022 MiLB Summary

El Paso Chihuahuas (San Diego) 3 vs OKC Dodgers 4

On the Mound

Robbie Erlin allowed a run in the first on a single, walk, and single.  He also allowed a run in the 2nd on a single and double.  The Chihuahuas were up 2-0 after 2.  Erlin settled down to finish 4.0 innings.  Sam Gaviglio relieved Erlin in the 5th.  He pitched 4.0 scoreless innings.

Carson Fulmer came in to close out the game, but was hurt by a one out error.  He allowed a run scoring double and was charged with a blown save.  Lucky for the walk off, Carson got the win.


At the Plate

The Dodgers popped 3 solo HR in the 3rdJason Martin (5), Miguel Vargas (6), and Jake Lamb (10).  In the 9th, Zach McKinstry walked.  Eddy Alvarez singled and McKinstry came all the way around to score on the fielding error by the RF for the walk off win.



Player of the Game

Jake Lamb had two hits, including his 10th HR.



Tulsa Drillers 5 vs Amarillo Sod Poodles (Arizona) 10

On the Mound

Clayton Beeter and John Rooney were battered for 7.0 innings.  Combined they allowed 10 runs (9 earned) on 11 hits, including two 3-run HRs.  They struck out 9, but issued only 1 BB.

Jordan Leasure was the lone bright spot in the pitching.  He retired the side in order in the 8th with a K.

One of the 3-run HRs was from 21-year-old CF, Corbin Carroll his 12th.  22-year-old Alek Thomas has already made the jump to MLB, and is having a very nice start to his ML career.  24-year-old Dominic Fletcher was just promoted to AAA, leaving Carroll in AA.  For 2022, Carroll is batting .331/.459/.717/1.176. He has 11 SB and 1 CS this season.  He is 32 SB and 3 CS for his career. Carroll could be the best of the three. For those who like MiLB, keep an eye on Corbin Carroll.  He is one I have been following since he was a 1st round draft pick in 2019.


At the Plate

The offense consisted of a pair of solo HRs from Devin Mann (4) and Jacob Amaya, an oppo, his 9th, and a 2-run HR from Andy Pages (5).  The 5th run was produced from a pair of doubles from Devin Mann (3) and James Outman (10).

While he did not figure in the scoring Hunter Feduccia had three hits including his first two doubles.


Player of the Game

With a double, HR, and reaching on a BB, 2 runs scored, and 1 RBI, Devin Mann gets the honor.


Box Score


Lansing Lugnuts (A’s) 5 vs Great Lakes Loons 8

On the Mound

Emmett Sheehan was just re-assigned from the IL and picked up where he left off with his April 9 4.0 inning scoreless outing.  This time Emmett retired the side in order for both the 1st and 2nd inning, striking out 5 of the 6 batters he faced.  He threw 30 pitches, 21 for strikes.

Kyle Hurt pitched the next three innings.  He pitched in traffic in the 3rd and 5th, but did not allow a run.  He gave up 3 hits and a walk, but struck out 6 Lansing batters.

Braydon Fisher allowed a single with a K in one scoreless inning.  Braydon is putting together a pretty good season.  After his promotion from Rancho, Fisher has pitched in 10 games and 12.2 IP.  He has allowed 3 runs on 4 hits, 9 walks, and 16 K.  But he has improved in his K/BB ratio in May.  In 8.2 IP, he has issued 3 walks and registered 11 Ks.

With a 8-0 lead, Carlos Alejo followed Fisher, but was not quite as effective.  He allowed a single and 2-run HR (5) to Jared McDonald.  He followed that with a walk and single before he could get an out.  Antonio Knowles was summoned to limit the damage.  Knowles was unable to keep his inherited runners for scoring, so Alejo was charged with 4 runs in 0.0 IP.

Adam Scoggins retired the side in order in the 8thRyan Sublette entered in the 9th looking to close out the game.  He started by walking the first two batters that was followed by a run-scoring single.  That brought up the tying run to the plate.  Sublette simply struck out the next three batters he faced to preserve the win.

Six Loons pitchers combined to register 18 Ks.


At the Plate

The Loons jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the 2nd inning.  With one out, Leonel Valera drew a walk.  Imanol Vargas and Aldrich De Jongh singled to score ValeraIsmael Alcantara doubled to plate both Vargas and De Jongh.

The Loons double their run production in the 3rdJorbit Vivas drew a walk and Jose Ramos singled.  Kekai Rios hit a 3-run HR (2)


In the 5th, Leonel Valera and Imanol Vargas singled.  Aldrich De Jongh walked to load the bases.  Eddys Leonard singled home a pair and an 8-0 lead.

The Loons had 14 hits.  Every starter got at least 1 hit.  Imanol Vargas and Jorbit Vivas had three hits, while Eddys Leonard had 2.



Player of the Game

This was a tough decision.  It would be easy to select Imanol Vargas, but I have to go with the 22-year-old RHP who has been out nearly 6 weeks just to return for 2.0 perfect innings with 5 Ks.


Box Score


Rancho Cucamonga Quakes 4 vs Fresno Grizzlies (Colorado) 8

The Quakes had twice as many hits (10 to 5), but half the runs.

On the Mound

Benony Robles started and allowed 2 runs in the first.  The lead off batter reached base on a fielding error.  A single, WP, Passed Ball, and a sac fly scores 2.  In the 2nd, he was hit with a 3-run HR.  In his 2 innings, Robles allowed 5 runs (3 earned) on 2 hits and 2 walks.

Huei-Sheng Lin relieved Robles in the 3rd.  He was also stung by the long ball.  He gave a solo HR in the 4th and a 2-run HR in the 6thSheng Lin completed 4 innings, giving up the three runs, on 3 hits and 3 walks, with 4 Ks.

Ben Harris finished the game in style.  In two innings, he faced the minimum with 5 Ks.


At the Plate

Down 6-0, the Quakes got all of their runs in the 5th.  With two outs, Kenneth Betancourt, Luis Yanel Diaz, and Yeiner Fernandez singled to load the bases.  Alex De Jesus hit a bases clearing double.  Diego Cartaya doubled to score De Jesus.  But that is as close as they got.


Player of the Game

Ben Harris came into the game with the team down 8-4.  He faced 6 batters and struck out 5 of them.  That was the dominating performance of the game.



Box Score


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