Games Played on 7/11/2012
Minor League Players of the Day: Tanner Robles pitched 5 shutout innings for Bakersfield. He allowed 5 hits, 2 walks and struck out 7. That’s a total of 11 scoreless innings in 2 starts for Robles at Bakersfield.
Louisville had the day off.
Billy Hamilton stole 2nd base on a pitchout in his AA debut. Hamilton finished his first game 1-for-4 with an RBI triple. Josh Fellhauer had two singles in four at-bats and was the only other Blue Wahoo with more than 1 hit.
Tim Crabbe (3-6, 4.90 ERA) went 5 innings, allowing 8 hits, 3 walks and 4 runs with 5 strikeouts.
Bakersfield 8 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Stockton 1
In his second start for Bakersfield, Tanner Robles held the opponent to no runs again. He allowed 5 hits and 2 walks while striking out 7 in these five shutout innings. That’s a total of 11 scoreless innings in 2 starts for Robles at Bakersfield.
Kyle McMyne hasn’t allowed a run since June 16, and threw a shutout inning to end this game. It was McMyne’s 9th consecutive shutout inning, spanning his last 9 appearances.
Travis Mattair has a 6-game hitting streak, going 3-for-5 with a homerun and two runs scored. Steve Selsky, Chris Berset, Niko Vasquez, and James Ewing each had two hits.
Peoria 1 – Dayton 0
Radhames Quezada (5-7, 3.50 ERA) allowed just 1 run, 2 hits and 2 walks in his 4-inning start. Wes Mugarian followed with 3 shutout innings, 2 hits, no walks, 4 strikouts.
Spencer Dickinson (2-for-4, both singles) was the lone Dragon with more than one hit. The Dragons had 5 total team hits, all singles and no walks.
Billings 6 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ Orem 3
Wagner Gomez (.300/.375/.420) was 2-for-4 with a homerun and 3 RBI. Sammy Diaz and Jon Matthews also picked up two hits.
Ismael Guillon (1-1, 3.05 ERA) pitched 5 shutout innings, allowing 4 hits, 1 walk and 7 strikeouts.
Brayan Arias was 2-for-4 with a stolen base, a run scored and 2 RBI. Argenis Aldazoro was 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Wandy Peralta started and gave up all 6 runs, 5 earned, in 3.1 innings. He allowed 9 hits, no free passes, and struck out 3. Richard McCaffrey followed with 3.2 shutout innings on 3 hits, no walks and 4 strikeouts.