Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Last Night in the Minors

AAA Scranton-WB

  • Josh Kroeger: 0-4, R, 2 K
  • Danny Sandoval: 1-3, RBI, 2 BB, K
  • Brennan King: 0-3, BB, R
  • Angel Chavez: 0-5, K
  • Chris Coste: 0-5, K

  • Eude Brito: 5.2 IP 7 H 6 ER 2 BB 3 K
  • Travis Minix: 0.1 IP 1 H 0 ER 0 BB 0 K
  • Clay Condrey (W, 2-0): 1 IP 1 H 0 ER 1 BB 0 K
  • Brian Sanches (S, 5): 2 IP 0 H 0 ER 0 BB 4 K

Brito did not have one of his better nights, but the strong Red Barons bullpen held things together until the Scranton lineup could come through with the offense needed to get the win...great night for Sanches

AA Reading

  • Michael Bourn: 1-5, R, K
  • Tim Moss: 2-3, 3B, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R
  • Jason Jaramillo: DL

  • Scott Mathieson (W, 3-2): 7 IP 5 H 3 ER 0 BB 7 K
Mathieson with a beautiful outing, one that will surely be on the mind of other GM's around baseball come July...job well done, "Trade Bait"

High A Clearwater

  • Mike Costanzo: 0-4, RBI, E
  • Brad Harman: 0-4, RBI
  • Bryan Hansen: 0-3, BB, 2 K
  • Tuffy Gosewisch: 0-2, BB, PB

  • J.A. Happ (L, 2-4): 5 IP 3 H 4 R 0 ER 2 BB 8 K
  • Nick Evangelista: 1 IP 0 H 0 ER 0 BB 2 K

Nick Evangelista's 2006 debut was well worth the wait...the 24-year old Reading native should only been in Clearwater for a couple of weeks before he gets a chance to pitch out of the bullpen for his hometown R-Phillies...

Low A Lakewood

  • Greg Golson: 0-5, RBI, K
  • Welinson Baez: 0-3, R, BB, 2 K
  • Lou Marson: 0-3, R, BB
  • Jeremy Slayden: 0-4, K
  • Clay Harris: 0-3, BB
  • Sean Gamble: N/A
  • Scott Mitchinson (L, 1-2): 3 IP 4 H 5 ER 2 BB 2 K
  • Justin Blaine: 1.2 IP 2 H 0 ER 3 BB 0 K
  • Andy Barb: 1 IP 1 H 0 ER 0 BB 1 K
What in the world are the Phillies going to do with Greg Golson? The 20-year old centerfielder is now hitting .136/.197/.200 for the season - that's a .397 OPS through 140 at bats. Can the Phillies afford to keep Golson in Lakewood while he hopefully figures out what is wrong with his game? Or do they send him back down to extended spring training and give him time to correct his flaws in Florida? Decisions, decisions...


Blogger Adam said...

Hamels pitched well today. He got into the jam in the seventh? I picked him up on my fantasy team. I can't get over the picture of Rowand, looks more like injuries sustained in a bar fight. Did you see any of the Atl/Fla. series? Even though it is the Florida Marlins circa 2006, the Braves really stepped it up when needed.

Also noticed interleague play starts this weekend. I thought that was a late June/July date, oh well.

3:58 PM  
Blogger XXX said...

I know it was that bad Marlins team, but you are 100% correct - the Braves stepped it up when they had to and beat up on an inferior opponent. They are so far from dead, it's not even funny - it drives me nuts to read about/hear about the demise of the Braves or that it is the Mets/Phillies/any team but the Braves division to lose. I will be worried about the Braves all season long until I have actual proof that they are mathematically eliminated...if it even comes to that. Their track record of success (especially late season success...well, late regular season anyway not so much the postseason) is too impressive to ignore.

As far as interleague play goes, I've got my tickets for Red Sox-Phillies tomorrow night...hopefully interleague play starts off on a good note for the NL East this year. Gotta represent the National League...except for the Mets, I don't mind if they lose

12:59 AM  

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