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Angels Farm Daily 6/3: Heaney Gets Mean

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Nine Ks over 6.2 IP? That's just mean, man.

"Yeah, I struck out nine guys last night. What of it?"
"Yeah, I struck out nine guys last night. What of it?"
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Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Triple-A: Salt Lake Bees

SP Andrew Heaney went 6.2 innings last night, allowing two earned runs on four hits and four BBs, lowering his ERA to 3.73. The best stat, though? Nine strikeouts. I like that. You should too. However, Heaney still took the loss, as the offense didn't do much for their guy on the hill.

C.J. Cron (DH) had a rough one last night, going 0-for-4 with 3 strikeouts and a groundout. The same goes for pretty much the entire lineup. Alex Yarbrough (2B) joined C.J. in the Hat Trick Brigade with three Ks of his own. On the plus side, Kyle Kubitza (3B) got a hit, and Alfredo Marte (RF) went 2-for-2 with a double and a run scored. The only run scored, unfortunately. And who was it who hit Marte in? Roger Kieschnick (LF), the other outfielder we snagged from the Diamondbacks this past offseason.

Full Game Story here.

Double-A: Arkansas Travelers

The Travelers were on the losing end of a slugfest last night. The San Antonio Missions (SDP) put up a whole bunch of crooked numbers and simply outmatched most of the Arkansas pitching staff, most notably starter Kyle McGowin, who allowed five earned runs on ten hits.

The offense put up six runs, three of which came from shortstop Eric Stamets' bat. He went 2-for-4 and hit his first home run of the year.

Full Game Story here.

Class A Advanced: Inland Empire 66ers

The 66ers had the day off yesterday and they'll start a seven-day road trip with a double-header--the second game a makeup of the postponed contest on May 14--against the Lake Elsinore Storm (SDP) tonight. Eight games in seven days. Yikes. Have fun, boys.

Class A: Burlington Bees

Zach Houchins (3B) swatted his fifth dinger of the year. He went 2-for-4 with a walk, two RBI and two runs scored. His second RBI was part of a big third inning, where the Bees put a fiver on the counter and said, "Keep the change, Opposing Pitcher from the Lansing Lugnuts (TOR)."

SP Austin Robichaux was effective, going six innings and giving up three earned runs on eight hits. Kudos, Austin, on a job...done.

Full Game Story here.

Rookie: DSL Angels

Well, at least the Astros' DSL team sucks.