Down on the Farm / Minors

Down On The Farm

Games Played on 05/13/13

Minor League Player of the Day: Louisville 3B Neftali Soto: He went 4 for 5 with a SB.

AAA

Buffalo 5 – Louisville 4

Neftali Soto went 4 for 5 with a SB. Billy Hamilton went 3 for 5 with 2 SB. Henry Rodriguez went 2 for 4 with a BB. Denis Phipps doubled.

Greg Reynolds got no decision as he went 7 IP and allowed 2 R on 7 H and 2 BB with 6 K. Jose Diaz took the loss allowing 3 R in 1 IP of relief. Yohan Pino added 1 IP of scoreless relief.

AA

Pensacola 5 – Chattanooga 1

Chris Heisey appears to have had a set back in his minor league rehab assignment with the Blue Wahoos last night. Scheduled to play seven innings, Heisey left the game after making a shoestring catch in CF to end the top of the 1st inning and went directly to the clubhouse. Steve Selsky replaced Heisey for the remainder of the game without recording an official AB as he drew four base on balls. Bryson Smith went 2 for 4 with a SB. Devin Lohman doubled.

Manny Parra started the game as part of his rehab assignment and provided one scoreless inning. Ryan Dennick got the win as he went 6 IP and allowed 0 R on 2 H and 0 BB with 3 K. Josh Ravin added 1 IP of scoreless relief.

High A

Bakersfield 5 – Modesto 2

Juan Duran went 2 for 2 with a 2B, 2 BB, and a SB. Kyle Waldrop went 2 for 3 with a HR, a BB, and a SB. Yovan Gonzalez went 2 for 4. Juan Silverio homered. Juan Perez doubled and stole two bases.

James Allen got the win as he went 6.2 IP and allowed 2 R on 5 H and 1 BB with 5 K. Pat Doyle added 1.1 IP of scoreless relief. El’Hajj Muhammad picked up his 2nd save with a scoreless 9th inning.

Low A

Fort Wayne 5 – Dayton 4

Joe Hudson went 2 for 4. Jesse Winker went 1 for 3 with a BB. Jeff Gelalich walked three times.

Robert Stephenson got no decision as he went 6 IP and allowed 1 R, 0 ER, on 2 H and 0 BB with 7 K. Wandy Peralta go the loss allowing 4 R, 3 ER, in 1 IP of relief. Alejandro Chacin added 2 IP of scoreless relief.

2 thoughts on “Down On The Farm

  1. With his outstanding peripherals, I wonder how much longer Stephenson will be in Dayton. I’m guessing he’ll be off to Bakersfield by mid-year – maybe even Pensacola if they’re confident about that slight jump.

  2. After Stephenson’s slow start, he is on fire. He is looking like a first round draft choice now. His name should never ever be bandied about as trade fodder as some like to do.

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