Joey Meneses Can’t be Stopped in Friday’s MiLB Recap!

The FredNats were the only rainout today, but expect more tomorrow with the storm raging across the east coast.

Class-A Fredericksburg “FredNats” Nationals

Fredericksburg’s game against Salem was postponed due to inclement weather. It will be made up on May 28th.

High-A Wilmington Blue Rocks

Mitchell Parker could not find the strike zone; however, in a freak performance he did not allow a run despite surrendering five walks in 1 1/3 innings. The back-end of the bullpen gave up the bulk of the runs including an uncharacteristic blown save from Zach Brzykcy – his first of the season. The Blue Rocks offense scratched across four runs, which was enough until the 9th inning. Rocks drop a tough one, 5-4.

Double-A Harrisburg Senators

The Senators drop another one to make it six straight. Not much going on per usual besides Evan Lee‘s first start since returning from the IL – he left some pitches over the plate that got crushed – and a two-hit day from Drew Millas. Sens lose 5-1.

Triple-A Rochester Red Wings

Although Tres Barrera is the star of the day, I can’t go without mentioning Joey Meneses. Meneses hit another homer tonight to follow-up his two-home run night yesterday. Adrian Sanchez also tallied two hits. Jackson Tetreault was exceptional once again, giving his team a chance to win. He went six innings while allowing two runs – coming on a two-run home run – while striking out six. The bullpen was nails and that was it. Wings win 7-2.

Farm System final notes 🎶

It was another OK night to build off of, but the Senators have been a real bummer as of late. With Matt Cronin off to Triple-A, there are less and less reasons to watch them as the days go by,
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