Down on the Farm / Minors

Down on the Farm

For Games played on May 4, 2013:

Minor League Player of the Day: Pensacola’s SS, Devin Lohman, went 3-3 and hit his 2nd and 3rd homers of the season. He also walked twice. Lohman is 24 and was the Reds 2010 3rd round pick out of Cal State – Long Beach. He’s in his first season at AA, hitting .244/.320/.422 in 26 games.

Louisville 6 – Buffalo 5

Billy Hamilton went 2-5 with a run scored and catcher Nevin Ashley went 2-3 with a walk and an RBI (also was picked off and thrown out stealing (and he’s a catcher)). Henry Rodriguez was 1-5, but did hit his first homer of the season.

Pedro Villarreal started for the Bats and threw 5 innings, allowing 4 runs on 9 hits, a walk and struck out 7. Jose Arredondo picked up his first save with two innings of hitless relief, walking and striking out 2.

Montgomery 8 – Pensacola 3

Big day for Wahoos SS Devin Lohman as he went 3-3 with 2 homers (1,2) and walked twice. Travis Mattair went 2-5 with a double and Brodie Greene went 2-5.

Josh Smith took the loss, throwing 5 innings, giving up 3 runs on 3 hits, walking 1 and striking out 6. Chris Manno was ineffective out of the pen as the Biscuits tagged him for 4 runs on 2 hit and 2 walks (and a homer) in his one inning of work. Josh Ravin did have a scoreless inning of work for the Blue Wahoos.

High A
Modesto 3 – Bakersfield 2

The Blaze only collected 3 hits on the day, no one had more than one and there were no extra base hits.

Carlos Contreras threw 7 3 run innings, allowing only 3 hits, walking 1 and striking out 7. El’Hajj Muhammad and Brian Pearl both threw hitless innings of relief.

Low A

Kane County 6 – Dayton 1

Zach Vincej was 2-4 with a double and scored the lone Dragons run.

Pedro Diaz gave up 3 runs on 5 hits, while walking 3 in 4.1 innings of work. Joel Bender threw 2 innings, giving up 3 runs on 3 hits and 3 walks.

3 thoughts on “Down on the Farm

  1. Ryan LaMarre is quickly pulling his his season out of the dumpster. After a horrendous start, LaMarre is now hitting .258/.314/.330 after hitting .333/.381/.462 in his last 10 games. LaMarre could become an extremely critical prospect for 2014. He had a complete season at AA in 2012 hitting .263/.356/.353 and may soon warrant a trip to AAA for more advanced work on his hitting in preparation for 2014.

  2. The Hajj! I enjoyed watching him pitch in Dayton. Looks like a younger version of one of my all time favorites: Sir Authur Rhodes.

  3. Corcino takes the mound today (about 15 minutes to start time) for the Bats. Let’s hope that he can start getting things back on track.

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