As I alluded to in the thread, my power went out last night so I didn't have a chance to get this up and running.
- Roster Moves: As previously mentioned, Todd Frazier is finally in Louisville. A new face and an old one in Carolina, as Kris Negron gets the call from Sarasota and Yonder Alonso returns from the DL.
Here's some highlights over the weekend:
- Juan Francisco was 5-for-14 (.357) with 2 RBI.
- Chris Valaika was 7-for-12 (.583).
- Travis Wood went 7 innings, gave up 2 runs, and struck out 7 in his start.
- Joe "The Cycle" Krebs pitched 2 2/3 1-hit innings.
- Aguido Gonzalez pitched 3 1/3 scoreless innings of relief.
- Tony Brown was 5-for-10 (.500).
- Jake Wiley and Jason Braun combined for a 7 inning 3-hit shutout.
- Yorman Rodriguez was 6-for-15 with a HR (.400).
And now, to Monday's action.
Louisville won 5-0 behind an excellent start by Ben Jukich. Jukich went 7 shutout innings and struck out 9 hitters, and Enerio Del Rosario finished it up with 2 one-hit innings of his own. Todd Frazier was 2-for-3 and Juan Francisco drove in two runs for the good guys. Up next: Louisville takes on Toledo at 6:30
Carolina got pummeled 16-9 in Yonder Alonso's return from the DL. Yonder went 1-for-4 with a double and a walk in his first game back. Zachary Cozart was 3-for-4 for the good guys. The usual suspects got smacked around on the pitching side, as Jerry Gil, Zach Ward, and Chris Kelly combined to give up 13 runs in the first 5 innings of the game. Up next: Camilo Vazquez takes on Tennessee at 7:15.
Sarasota was off. Curt Partch will take on Palm Beach at 6:35.
Dayton's bullpen ruined a good start by J.C. Sulbaran as they lost 7-3 to South Bend. Sulbaran went 6 innings and gave up 3 runs. Humberto Sosa and Alexis Oliveras had two hits each. Up next: Dayton takes on South Bend at 6:30 with Ezequiel Infante on the hill.
Billings was off. They're back in action at 9:05 behind Oscar Castro.
- The GCL Reds couldn't get any offense together as they lost to the Twins 5-1. Dallas Buck pitched a scoreless inning in a rehab start, and Harold Johnson pitched 6 solid innings after that. Juan Duran was 1-for-3. Up next: They're off today.