6/18/10 Minor League Report – There was Zero Offense Tonight

AAASeth Etherton had a poor game, allowing 10 hits and 6 runs over 6 innings.  Bobby Blevins picked up in relief and pitched 2 scoreless innings.  The Isotopes lost the game 6 to 3 as they weren’t able to get much going at the plate.  Albuquerque only had 6 hits, with the highlights being limited to doubles by Jamie Hoffmann and Russell Mitchell.

AA – There really isn’t much to write about in this game.  The Lookouts managed only 7 singles in this game and scored just 1 run.  Kyle Russell went 1 for 4 and did not strike out.  Tim Sexton started this game and while he allowed 6 total runs, only 1 run was earned.  The player of this game was James Adkins who pitched yet another 2 innings of hitless relief.  His FIP for the season is now down to a respectable 3.76.

High A – Again there was not a lot of offense in this game as the 66ers managed just 1 run in a 7 to 1 loss in Rancho Cucamonga.  I guess the two highlights were the 2 hits by Alfredo Silverio and an RBI double by Ramon Jean.  Jon Michael Redding started the game and was pretty good, but he only struck out 2 batters in 7 innings of work.  Brandon Mann allowed 4 unearned runs during his inning of relief.

A – The Loons offense came to a screeching halt as they were stymied by the Dayton Dragons pitching staff.  Great Lakes managed just 4 hits, although 2 of those hits were doubles by Blake Smith.  Matt Magill got the start and pitched well, allowing just 5 hits and striking out 10 over 7 innings, but he was the tough luck loser.  Justin Miller pitcher another perfect inning of relief, and struck out 2.

DSL – Are the Dodgers setting a new precedent with their young pitchers?  Two days after throwing 5.2 innings, Daniel Tamares threw another 6 innings for the Dominican Dodgers.  And this isn’t the first time he has started on very short rest.  After looking at his player page, you’ll notice that he pitched 6 innings on June 10th and then pitched 5.2 innings on June 12th.  Is this guy superman or what?  In all seriousness, I think that has made a mistake because the Dodgers have 2 players with the last name Tamares, so I think they are just getting confused.  If it were for real, though, that would be pretty crazy.  Getting to the actual game, the Dodgers won 7 to 4 behind the hitting of 19 year old catcher Webster Rivas who doubled and tripled.  17 year old Arce Rodriguez also had a good game as he went 2 for 4.

Albuquerque Isotopes Box Score

Chattanooga Lookouts Box Score

Inland Empire 66ers Box Score

Great Lakes Loons Box Score

DSL Dodgers Box Score

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