Class-A Fredericksburg “FredNats” Nationals
The FredNats only managed to get one game in before rain postponed the second game of their doubleheader.
couldn’t get out of the 3rd inning before reaching 56 pitches, so Riggs Threadgill
and Marc Davis
combined for the rest of the seven inning game.
TJ White came out firing, hitting two home runs in his first two at-bats. Obviously, a great sign from the young slugger. Jeremy De La Rosa
was the only other player to have more than one hit. In total, they scored seven runs on nine hits.
FredNats win 7-5.
High-A Wilmington Blue Rocks
The Blue Rocks found themself on the wrong side of a pitcher’s duel after Seth Shuman
allowed three runs in the first. Following that inning Wilmington’s pitchers held Rome Braves scoreless for the rest of the game.
Not much cooking on offense. Omar Meregildo
drove in the only run on a double in the 6th inning.
Blue Rocks lose 3-1.
Double-A Harrisburg Senators
was rolling in Game 1 until the 6th inning where he couldn’t get an out before allowing three runs.
The Senators had a chance to complete the comeback in the bottom of the 7th with Wilson Garcia
up with the bases loaded and one out. Unfortunately he grounded out into a double play and that was it.
Sens lose Game 1, 4-2.
So what does Garcia do next? He would promptly smack a home run in the bottom of the 1st in Game 2 to give the Senators an early lead.
After that they didn’t look back. They scored four more runs in the 3rd on singles from Justin Connell
and Mitch Longo
Senators win Game 2, 6-2.
Triple-A Rochester Red Wings
It was a rough day all around for the Wings. The only highlights were Donovan Casey
and Joey Meneses
homers – both solo shots.
They only combined for four hits and Casey had two.
Wings lose 12-2.
Farm System final notes 🎶
Down in Florida (Florida Complex League) they had the day off, but the Dominican Summer League was playing.
and Misael Mojica
– both under the age of 18 – had two hits a piece including a double for the former and a homer for the latter.