Box Scores for Friday, August 28, 2015. Tyler DeLoach took another L for the Salt Lake Bees.Victor Alcantara threw a great game for the 66ers. The Burlington Bees got shut out, and starter Austin Robichaux took the loss.
Box Scores for Saturday, August 29, 2015. The Salt Lake Bees were shut out with Jo-Jo Reyes on the bump. Chris Ellis secured a W, giving up only a run, for the Arkansas Travelers. Jake Jewell threw five shutout innings for the Burlington Bees, and his relievers finished the job, blanking the Clinton LumberKings (SEA), 4-0.
Sunday, August 30, 2015
Triple-A: Salt Lake Bees
Matt Joyce had a better night, but I love me some Jett Bandy. Can't wait to see him make his major-league debut.
Great outing from Wilk. And boy, did he need it. He's had a rough stretch of games for a while now.
Double-A: Arkansas Travelers
It was bound to happen. Duke fell back to his walk-y ways and it bit him in the buns. The wheels really fell off in the bottom of the first when Newcomb walked three, threw a wild pitch, gave up a single and a dinger, and his defense let him down. He gave up another run in the second and was ultimately pulled after three innings and 75 pitches. He'll get one more start this season, so it will be very interesting to see how he rebounds.
Class A Advanced: Inland Empire 66ers
Yup, that's the standout stat. Ugh. Oh, the run that Palmer batted in? Our boy Baldoquin. So...yay?
Class A: Burlington Bees
Tough loss for Bolo.
Rookie: Orem Owlz
This guy is 21 and he's OPSing .846. Do we have something here? Or is he just goin' full Orem right now? Oh, and he used to be named Ranyelmy Mendoza. Sooo, a lot of mystery here.
Nope. Not one pitcher went more than four innings, and each one gave up at least three runs.
Rookie: AZL Angels
Good season, guys. The Arizona League Playoffs are one-and-done, so see you all next year!
The fact that this is the standout stat line of the night is a big reason why the AZL Angels were embarrassed in the first game of the Arizona League Playoffs. Note: Our guy Jahmai Jones went 1-for-4 with a run scored. Can't wait to see what Jahmai does next year.
Glazer had to come in after starter Samuel Pastrone gave up five earned runs without recording an out.