Class-A Fredericksburg “FredNats” Nationals
The FredNats offense came alive, but they missed out on a lot of opportunities. They left 18 runners on base.
The pitching staff combined for 10 strikeouts and five walks. They were good, but not good enough for the win.
FredNats lose 6-5.
High-A Wilmington Blue Rocks
Darren Baker was back in the lineup after missing over a week of games.
The Blue Rocks could only scratch two runs across despite having seven hits. Some of the failure to score can be accredited to their 15 strikeouts and 21 left on base.
Lucas Knowles turned in a solid start going four innings of shutout ball and only allowing three hits. The loss would be pinned on the only pitcher to allow a run, Curtis Taylor. Taylor gave up four in the bottom of the 9th on two homers.
Rocks lose 4-2.
Double-A Harrisburg Senators
Jake Irvin made his Double-A debut and was welcomed with a four spot in the first inning by the SeaWolves. After that, Irvin settled in and was back to his dominant ways.
Zack Brzykcy also made his first appearance at the Double-A level and promptly struck out the side in his only inning.
Unfortunately, both homers were of the solo variety and the Sens lost 6-3.
Triple-A Rochester Red Wings
Cole Henry made his long awaited Triple-A debut and he picked up right where he left off in Harrisburg. It took Henry only 57 pitches to toss five shutout innings and allow three hits. He’s been truly amazing this season.
Wings win big 11-2.
Farm System final notes 🎶
The Dominican Summer League (DSL) and Florida Complex League (FCL) start tomorrow. Expect some prospects added to the “prospect box score” including Cristhian Vaquero and Armando Cruz!