For a more in depth review of yesterday’s games please check out our minor league wrap-up which can be found here. I will be covering game two of the West Virginia- Lakewood series for the site tonight. The game will actually be a 7 inning game as they will complete last night’s game first which was postponed in the 5th inning. Kyle McPherson is scheduled to make his AA debut tonight for Altoona.
AAA: Indianapolis (30-32) @ Buffalo (27-35) 7:35pm
Probable starter: Rudy Owens (5-4 4.65)
Game notes: Indy was defeated 15-2 yesterday, the highest amount of runs they have allowed all season. Gorkys Hernandez, Chase d’Arnaud and Alex Presley all had 2 hits apiece and Miles Durham drove in both runs on sacrifice flies. Presley ranks 2nd to Jeremy Hermidia in batting average in the International League with his .338 total.
AA: Altoona (30-29) @ Reading (32-27) 7:05pm
Probable starter: Kyle McPherson (AA debut)
Game notes: The Altoona recap game can be found here.
High-A: Bradenton (25-35) @ Jupiter (28-32) 6:35pm
Probable starter: Brett Lorin (2-3 3.10)
Game notes: Quinton Miller pitched 7 shutout innings, his best start of the year, winning his 4th game. It was his longest outing of the year and he tied his season high with 5 K’s. He gave up 5 hits, walked two and got 11 groundball outs. Evan Chambers went 2-4 with his 13th double. Calvin Anderson went 3-4 with his 9th home run. Ramon Cabrera went 2-5 and is now batting .331.
Low-A: West Virginia (28-29) @ Lakewood (28-30) 7:05pm
Probable starter: Brandon Cumpton (6-4 5.11)
Game notes: A full recap of the game was posted here.
VSL: VSL Pirates (11-9) VS VSL Rays (11-9) 11:00am
Games notes: The game yesterday versus the VSL Tigers was rained out. No makeup date has been announced as of yet.
DSL: DSL Pirates (5-2) VS DSL Royals (3-6) 10:30am
Game notes: Starter Jimmy Hernandez gave up one run in 3 innings and Christopher De Leon followed him with one run in 3.2 IP. Mervin Del Rosario finished the game with a scoreless inning giving him 5.2 scoreless innings to start his career. Recent Dutch signing Danny Arribas made his pro debut going 0-3 with a walk. He was signed as a catcher but made his debut at third base.