Class-A Fredericksburg “FredNats” Nationals
Three FredNats pitchers gave up six runs, but they allowed 15 hits. Quite impressive to limit the damage that well.
The six runs allowed would be too many to overcome, FredNats lose 6-4.
High-A Wilmington Blue Rocks
The Blue Rocks came to play all around. Six different hitters picked up a run-batted-in and Israel Pineda had two hits including a double. Although they did score seven runs, the also struck out 13 times and left 24 runners on base.
Mitchell Parker had another weird outing, walking five in 2 1/3 innings, but only allowing one run. The lefty has walked 15 batters in his last four starts.
The bullpen combined for 6 2/3 scoreless to close out the game.
Rocks win 7-1.
Double-A Harrisburg Senators
The Senators pitching staff was tremendous once again, not allowing an earned run in 11 innings of baseball.
The offense on the other hand, refused to score until it was a walk-off opportunity once again.
After Bowie scored in the top of the 10th on a wild pitch, Wilson Garcia hit a game-tying double in the bottom half. Then in the next inning, The Sens got a rally going and Jack Dunn walked it off with a groundball single up the middle.
Senators win again 2-1.
Triple-A Rochester Red Wings
In Joan Adon‘s first start since being assigned to Triple-A he could only get through two innings. On the bright side, he struck out five in two innings of work.
The offense could only muster one run on six hits.
The Wings were bested by the Saints once again, 5-1.
Farm System final notes 🎶
Evan Lee made another appearance out of the pen for the Nationals and he allowed two runs on three hits and no walks through 2 1/3 innings.