FCL Nats Throw a 10 Inning No-No, but lose… Friday’s MiLB Recap


Class-A Fredericksburg “FredNats” Nationals

The FredNats continued their game from Thursday and J.T. Arruda promptly hit a three-run homer to extend their lead to 7 runs.

They ended up winning the game 9-1.

Dustin Saenz started the scheduled game following the continuation and went three innings while only allowing a solo home run.

Jack Sinclair tossed a scoreless inning and struck out two. His ERA is down to 1.33.

The offense only tallied five hits and Sammy Infante had two of them.

They lose 3-0.


High-A Wilmington Blue Rocks

Tim Cate was on the mound and he just keeps dealing. He went six strong innings, not allowing an earned run and striking out four.

Jose Ferrer followed up with two scoreless innings, but Amos Willingham gave up two runs in the 9th to almost blow the lead.

Nick Banks and Jordy Barley both had two hits. Banks had a two-run homer and three RBI.

The Rocks win 4-3.


Double-A Harrisburg Senators

Jake Irvin made his third start in Double-A and was fantastic besides one bad pitch. He left a breaking ball over the middle that was deposited to the stands for a three-run bomb, but also had eight strikeouts, no walks, and only allowed four hits.

Jake Alu hit a solo home run for the only source of offense.

Senators lose 5-1.


Triple-A Rochester Red Wings

Andrew Stevenson was the player of the day with a three-hit performance and a homer. Adrian Sanchez also had three hits. Those two combined for almost all the Wings’ offense.

Jefry Rodriguez couldn’t get out of the 3rd inning and this game turned into a bullpen game. Six pitchers came out of the pen for the Wings including recent promote Curtis Taylor.

Andrew Stevenson’s solo home run in the top of the 9th was the difference, Wings win 7-6.


Farm System final notes 🎶

The FCL Nationals threw a no hitter, but lost the game 4-3. They made five errors and walked five, pretty remarkable. Four pitchers combined to go ten innings, all going at least two innings.

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