Wednesday, June 17, 2015
Triple-A: Salt Lake Bees
The Las Vegas 51s (NYM) completed a three-game sweep of the Bees last night, and starter Tyler DeLoach took the loss yesterday after going five strong innings. DeLoach only recorded one out in the sixth, though, after giving up two earned runs and leaving a runner in scoring position. Reliever Kurt Spomer struck out the next batter, but gave up an RBI single to Jayce Boyd (LF) before closing out the inning. Newly hired reliever Jo-Jo Reyes issued a walk, then gave up two earned runs on a blast to center field. Don't worry, he also gave up a double before the inning was over. So there you have it, the reliever who, should we see him in Anaheim at any point in 2015, will signal the complete decimation of our bullpen.
Double-A: Arkansas Travelers
The Travs were rained out yesterday.
Class A Advanced: Inland Empire 66ers
Roberto Baldoquin (SS) hit his first home run of the year last night, but the Bakersfield Blaze (SEA) outscored the 66ers, 7-2, in a fairly lopsided affair. Starter Jordan Kipper, who threw four innings and gave up four earned runs, took the loss for Inland Empire.
Class A: Burlington Bees
The Bees were shut out last night, as the offense only mustered five hits over nine innings. The Cedar Rapids Kernels (MIN) scored a quick two runs in the first, but were held scoreless the rest of the way, in part due to Jonah Wesely's perfect seventh inning. Just one of those games.
Rookie: DSL Angels