Category: Batavia Muckdogs

Batavia Muckdogs 2018 (Rest Of) Season Preview

Baseball in Batavia has lasted the test of time. It has remained through a World War and the Vietnam war as well as three other major United States affiliated conflicts. It has stood strong through two stock market crashes and the Great Depression. It has marked the times through 20 different US presidents. And although the team has lost a lot in recent years including its latest ownership group as well as the better condition of its stadium and playing field, Minor League Baseball, who will manage the team this season, refuses to let that history die. This year in the Batavia Muckdogs’ 79th season, they will welcome an impressive young crop of first and second year pro talent including Demetrius Sims, Sean Reynolds, Michael Donadio, Jeral EncarnacionSean Reynolds and Alberto Guerrero.

Returning as the Muckdogs head coach is second year manager Mike Jacobs. Yes, that Mike Jacobs. The same one that hit .258/.314/.483 with 69 homers from 2006-2008 with Miami. His 32 homer season in ‘08 ranks among the top ten in franchise history (9th). His .483 SLG as a Marlin ranks eighth 8th all time in team history. Fresh off his participation in the Marlins’ 25th Anniversary festivities, Jacobs heads back up north to assist in building the next quarter decade of Miami talent. That talent includes fellow first baseman Sean Reynolds who says due to his .253/.313/473 seven-year pro career, his 13-year .279/.353/.486 Minor League career and his five seasons spent in the Mexican leagues that allowed him to see a different type of discipline and playing style along with the fact that Jacobs isn’t very far removed from sitting on the other side of the bench makes him a perfect mentor and leader for players at such an early level of development.

“Mike is still a player in a lot of ways, even though he’s not out on the field with us during the games, he still thinks the game and is very easily able to stay in touch with what we are thinking as players. He likes to keep a loose clubhouse and let guys learn on their own, for the most part, how to conduct themselves in a professional way. He’s always very open if anyone has anything they want to talk about, and he’s always willing to help anybody get better who wants to put in the time and effort. Overall, having him as my manager for my first two years has been really great for me, and I think a lot of the other guys who have played for him would say the same thing.”

Rounding out Jacobs’ staff is hitting coach Jesus Merchan, pitching coach Jason Erickson and defensive coach Ronnie Richardson.

Merchan is a former infielder who spent time with the Twins, Blue Jays and Marlins organizations before ending his North American playing career with the Padres organization in 2013. He played five games in the Venezuelan Winter League in 2014 before hitting .270/.345/.345 in a single Indy ball season. Prior to that, Merchan hung ‘em up. This will be Merchan’s first season as a member of a coaching staff. A for-average bat who once hit over .330 in AAA and held down a .296/.349/.386 career Minor League slash line despite never getting an MLB call, Merchan is a guy with knowledge of success at every minor league level and akin to life in them. That coupled with his mechanically sound offensive background makes him a welcome contributor to the Muckdogs’ young offense.

Returning as pitching coach is Jason Erickson. Erickson was drafted by the Padres in 2009 out of the University Of Washington. He had a 3.94 ERA, 1.25 WHIP, 3.65 K/BB stat line in 254 Minor League innings before retiring in 2011. According to RJ Peace who played under Erickson’s tutelage last season, Erickson is an extremely attentive coach who spends time one-on-one with his staff regarding their development.

“He sits down with me and watch video after every time I pitch to talk about what i can improve on and what I did well,” Peace said. “He’s a coach that really cares and tries to get his players better every day. He’s a high energy coach that brings it day in and day out no matter what, always trying to get his players better.”

Richardson, a Florida native and UCF graduate, played 1,514.2 innings in MiLB and independent ball outfields posting a .980 fielding percentage and 1.96 range factor. He also contributed 15 outfield assists while committing just 11 errors. He also held down an MiLB BA over .260 and OBP over .400 during three seasons between A and A+.

Projected Lineup

SS Demetrius Sims
CF Ricardo Cespedes
RF Jerar Encarnacion
1B Sean Reynolds
2B Michael Donadio
LF Albert Guaiarmo
3B Denis Karas
C JD Osborne
DH Matt Brooks


SS Demetrius Sims

2017 – Rk-A: .242/.349/.273, 31/15 K/BB

Sims is a 6’2”, 200 pound righty hitter out of Bethune Cookman in Daytona Beach where he hit .299/.375/.390 over a three-year collegiate career. Sims takes great pride in his time spent at the mostly-black college and is looking forward to making an impact on the game as a Bethune-Cookman alum and in doing so, putting the school which prides itself on its African-American heritage more significantly on the athletic landscape.

“You know, a lot of guys get over looked because they attend an HBCU. Being one of those guys, I’ve always had to play with a chip on my shoulder knowing that I have to make the best out of every single opportunity I get because you only get so many,” Sims said. “Just being able to represent Bethune Cookman University in pro ball is an honor in itself. There’s not too many African American baseball players so I’m glad I can be a sense of hope or determination to other young African American players all around.”

After tearing a labrum during his initial junior campaign, Sims his red-shirted in 2017. That season, he placed third in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference in hits with 72 and led the conference in runs scored 52, triples with 7 and total bases with 96. Sims says his red-shirt junior season was made possible by his time spent sidelined. According to Sims, he views the usually negative experience of extended time on the shelf as a positive because it aided in his development as a player, making him view baseball in a completely different regard and teaching him how to respect it.

“I tore the labrum in my left shoulder during summer ball that sidelined me for awhile,” Sims said. “During the recovery process, it really allowed me to see the game from a different perspective. It helped me appreciate the game a lot more and I was able to grow mentally.”

Playing just under three hours south of his collegiate coaches last season allowed Sims to stay in close contact with them which attributed to a fantastic rookie pro season for Sims who hit .290/.417/.304 for the GCL Marlins. According to Sims, he holds his relationship as a Bethune-Cookman alum in high regard and says it was a major catalyst in his initial success as a Marlin.

“The coaches/staff/faculty are always so welcoming to the guys who want to come back and get their work in,” Sims said. “I’m so glad to be apart of the Wildcat family.”

Sims returns to Batavia this year after hitting .186/.262/.237 in 17 games as a Muckdog last year. While those stats may not look impressive from the outset, Sims enters 2017 with a blueprint for improvement.

“Just slowing the game down. Controlling the things that I can control and not trying to do too much.”

A .323 hitter with a .412 OBP in his collegiate career, Sims, the younger brother of pro football standout Dion Sims, is a still growing 6’2”, 200 pound 20-year-old heralded for his blazing bat speed and even better foot speed proven by his seven doubles and triples and 72% success rate while stealing 13 bags in his final season and 49% success rate in his final two at HBCU. Rounding out his skill set with astonishing range and a flashy glove in the infield, Sims, although raw, has the makeup of a top of the order catalyst with improving plate presence that can handle multiple infield positions but at 22, he will need to take some big strides to reach that ceiling. Still, Sims has the type of big league talent to earn him a roster spot as a utility infielder and for-average bat off the bench.

RF Jerar Encarnacion
2017 – GCL: .266/.323/.448, 5 HR, 15 XBH, 26 RBI, 51/10 K/BB

Yeral “Jerar” Encarnacion is a Marlins’ international signee from 2016 out of the Dominican Republic. Already 6’4”, 219 and still building muscle mass, the impressive physical specimen cut his teeth in the Dominican Summer League in his signing season before breaking out last season in the GCL where he hit 266/.328/.446 with five homers, seven doubles and three triples in 42 games. His SLG ranked 12th in the league, his .182 ISO ranked eight and his  .771 OPS was good for 23rd best in the GCL. All of this occurred in his first season of stateside ball.

So far this year, all Jerar has accomplished in 11 games is to post league-leading stats in all four slash categories: BA (.479), OBP (.500), SLG (.646) and OPS (1.146) by recording multihit efforts in nine of those appearances. A guy who has advantageously grown with his body and who is nurturing an elite level power tool, Encarnacion is THE guy to watch in Batavia this year.

1B Sean Reynolds
2017 – Rk-A: .198/.269/.350, 5 HR, 24 RBI, 85/18 K/BB

Reynolds spent most of his time in high school playing ball for the Redondo Union Seahawks in central California. But his dreams of becoming a professional baseball player began way before that.

“When he was a six years old, I literally had to beg him to come inside from playing catch with his friends,” Sean’s mother explained to us during Minor League camp this season. “Since then, somehow I always knew this is what he wanted to do.”

Sean confirms his mother’s suspicions.

“To be honest I always looked at playing professional baseball as the best job in the world my whole life leading up to actually being drafted, so I would say I guess I always knew I wanted to do this.”

A right handed thrower, Reynolds rode his size and power arm to 11 wins with a 1.08 ERA in his senior year of high school. As impressive as that output was, the Marlins opted to sign him based on the output of his nine homers, 34 RBI and .366 BA as a lefty hitter at the plate.

“Yeah, they like me more as a hitter,” Reynolds said at the time. “I’ll play right field or wherever they need me. I like to hit, so it’s something I’m ready to do.”

Reynolds joined the Marlins as just the 40th overall player to be drafted out of the central California institution. Of the previous 39, only one has cracked the major leagues (pitcher Scott Davison). Should Reynolds realize his dream, he will be the first positional player in school history to do so. No matter what, Reynolds, who won two regional titles, has been a major catalyst in starting to put the RUHS baseball program on the map, turning a small-town local school into the beginnings of an athletic destination.

“Coming into Redondo my freshman year, you could that the program was looked at as just another Southern California school with a baseball team. I definitely left that place better than I found it, and I can already see how the results and impact that winning two championships my junior and senior year is making,” Reynolds said. “Kids from surrounding areas want to come and play for Redondo by choice, even if it’s not their closest school.”

In pursuing his dream as a professional, Reynolds hopes to continue to do his alma matter proud and to continue to contribute to the future of it’s program.

“All I want is to continue having a positive influence on the school and the players that come after me,” Reynolds said.

Just five days after being selected by the Marlins, Reynolds made his pro debut in the Gulf Coast League. In that game, Reynolds went 2-5. Overall, Reynolds’ rookie season and much of his sophomore season in Batavia were very much a learning experience as he shifted his focus toward being a full-time offensive player at the pro level with a wood bat but his versatility and ability to positively adjust began to show through at the end of last year when he recorded hits in 10 of his last 19 games. Over that span, Reynolds hit () with four homers.

After an impressive camp, Reynolds has returned to Batavia breathing fire. On the young season so far this year, he is one of the best hitters in the New York Penn League, slashing .242/.360/.452 with an .812 OPS, 27th on the circuit. The biggest catalyst for Reynolds has been and will continue to be balancing his load, getting his lower half more involved in his approach and executing better swing paths making him more of a heady hitter and less of a guy who goes for the fences every pitch. While he is still a bit of a question mark at this point, with youth on his side as well as the likelihood to add more muscle to his power-first offensive skillset, Reynolds has a great opportunity to reach MLB slugger status by 2020. Place Reynolds’ potential ceiling somewhere around Lucas Duda, a career .242/.338/.453 hitter.

2B Michael Donadio
2017 – GCL: .278/.407/.392, 8 XBH, 13 RBI, 23/16 K/BB

Like his teammate Demetrius Sims, Donadio is another guy who comes from a bloodline rooted in athletic stardom. While his twin brother Mark was a .290/.370/.374 career hitter Fordham University, his father Jos was a football standout at quarterback 20 years earlier. According to Michael, he inherits his raw athletic skill from his father and the backing he gets from the rest of the Donadio clan.

“I believe I get my talent from my dad being a prestigious athlete,” Donadio said. “My family has always been very supportive through the ups and downs of my career.”

Mike hit .323/.433/.463 in a four year career with the St. John’s Red Storm. All the while, Donadio was able to maintain great academic standing and graduate with honors from the prestigious university. According to Michael, his time spent at St John’s didn’t only make him a better ballplayer but it made him a more valuable human being, all around.

“Balancing school and work and playing baseball was tough at times. It forced me to develop time management skills, be be resilient and stay focused at all times,” Donadio said. “Fortunately I graduated with a degree in business management. If I wasn’t playing baseball I’d be pursuing a career in the financial industry or as a sales rep, perhaps in the medical or technology business. The lessons I learned at St. John’s carry over into my baseball career.”

Last season, the Marlins selected Donadio in the 30th round of the draft. As fate would have it and as Michael recalls, he was actually with his brother Mark when the pair of twins found out Michael’s name was being called by Miami.

“I was in the car with Mark when I got the call and my phone was ringing off the hook from family and friends congratulating me,” Michael said. “It was a great moment for me and my family.”

Following his selection, Michael got off to a .282/.407/.392 start to his pro career with the GCL Marlins. By way of his 13.6% walk rate, Donadio’s OBP ranked 15th in the Gulf Coast League. So far this year with the Muckdogs, Donadio is showing a similar for-average pace, hitting .282.

A dynamic fielder with eligibility at three infield spots as well as two outfield spots, Donadio, who had a standout camp showing both well-timed swings and good range, enters 2018 for the first time with his focus solely on improving his athletic abilities. Should he reach his ceiling, the 23-year-old stands out as a flexible defender with a solid line drive swing and for-average capabilities with the growing potential for above average power.

Given his pedigree and drive, Donadio is plenty worth keeping an eye on as an under-the-radar prospect on the rise.

Pitching Rotation

  1. Alberto Guerrero
  2. RJ Peace
  3. Dakota Bennett
  4. Humberto Mejia
  5. Chris Valiamont

SP Alberto Guerrero
2017 – Rk-A: 48.2 IP, 2.59 ERA, 1.192 WHIP. 39/18 K/BB

Guerrero is a Marlins 2015 international signee out of the nation of Panama. In his first pro season at the ripe age of 17, Guerrero participated in both the GCL and Dominican Summer League, holding down an impressive combined 3.70 ERA in 41.1 IP with a 1.234 WHIP and 33/17 K/BB. Guerrero spent all of 2016 in the GCL where he managed a lowly 2.63 ERA as an 18-year-old. His accompanying stats were a 1.22 WHIP and 1.78 K/BB. Last year, Guerrero threw 40 more innings of 3.10 ERA, 1.05 WHIP ball in the GCL before getting a cup of coffee in Batavia.

Though that tryout in upstate New York didn’t go as planned (7 ER in 8 IP), Guerrero, who is still a year and a half younger than his average competition, has already started to reap his revenge on NYPL hitters this season. In his first three starts, Guerrero has held down a 2.81 ERA and 1.18 WHIP with a 14/7 K/BB. A zone pounding righty who will frequently touch 95 and can also pitch off an above average high 80s change, Guerrero, who has gone through some trials and tribulations in his young career, is a consistent release point away (on his high 80s power slide piece) away from completing a solid three pitch repertoire at age 20 with plenty of time to develop another offspeed pitch at the full season level.  There’s also the probability for even more velo as he fills out. Guerrero should be given a good amount of credence and attention this season as he starts back in Batavia but should be a pretty quick mover up to Greensboro.

Projected Stats

36-38
.237/.322/.401, 39 HR, 172 XBH, 4.2 R/G
652 IP, 4.07 ERA, 1.260 WHIP, 712/201 K/BB

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Prospect Profiles: Harrison White

The MLB draft is an experience that can either be the highest of highs or the lowest of lows, especially for a ballplayer in the middle of his collegiate graduation season. In 2016, Harrison White felt both ends of that spectrum.

“To be completely honest, I remember telling someone a couple days before the draft that we had a better chance of the ceiling falling in on us than me being drafted. It wasn’t that I didn’t have confidence in myself as a player, but I hadn’t received any contact whatsoever from anyone affiliated with pro ball or indy ball,” White divulged. “After my final game in college, I broke down in tears in right field after our team meeting because I thought my baseball career was over. Every time I think about that moment, the emotions come rushing back to me.”

It wasn’t that White couldn’t do great things outside of the baseball world. After all, he went to Yale and graduated with a major in political science and a would-be minor in pre-med (Yale doesn’t provide minor degrees). However, baseball was always Harrison’s first love and, if given the chance, he would commit to giving his heart to it.

“I realized that doing what you love is an absolute necessity. And I’m doing it,” White said.

White is still doing what he loves after he was selected by the Marlins in round 31 with pick number 929 of 1,215. White, who was busy preparing himself for life away from the game, didn’t even hear his own name called. Instead, it was a former teammate and fellow draftee who told him the news that fateful day, June 14, 2017.

“I was in my car and my buddy Richard Slenker, who was drafted a couple rounds earlier by the Astros, called me. I expected he was calling me to thank me for congratulating him on getting drafted, but when I answered the phone, he yelled, “Congrats dude! You just got drafted by the Marlins!” So I immediately went on my phone and checked the draft tracker and, sure enough, there was my name,” White said. “Words can’t express the thrill I felt in that moment, especially after thinking my baseball career was done forever. I think that was the first time in my life I’d ever felt shock and I still get goosebumps when I tell that story.”

When he wasn’t reviewing Supreme Court decisions, turning the pages of Marx, Locke and Paine and/or prepping for the MCAT, White spent his time at Yale on the baseball diamond slashing .289/.374/.404 with 26 career doubles and a 114/56 K/BB. A guy who went from a .266/.356/.297 slash line in his first 26 games at the collegiate level all the way up to a .293/.369/.479 line in his junior season and rounded it his tenure out by posting a career high .380 OBP via a 13.51 walk rate and getting his attached to an Ivy League championship, White lends his growth as a hitter at Yale to the attentiveness of his hitting coach Tucker Frawley.

”[Frawley] was really into statistics and metrics – what types of changes made each player attain the highest exit velocity at the plate and what made each player field the ball with the highest efficiency, that kind of thing,” White said. “I definitely started thinking about the game a little differently because of that.”

In addition to the positive impact Guarino left on him via his knowledge of the analytical side of the game, White says his time at Yale was paramount in teaching him the intangibles and in — you guessed, Ivy League aficionados — making him a more astute and heady player.

“On top of all the metrics, I think the four years of college ball I played only helped me develop a higher baseball IQ,” White said. “You can talk about metrics and do everything in your power to optimize them but at the end of the day you still need to know how to play the game and play it smart and I think my time in college helped me develop in that aspect.”

While posting respectable numbers at the plate, White also built positional flexibility by moving from the infield to the outfield, a process he describes as new and unique but overall, natural and comfortable.

“My entire life I played infield. I really don’t think I even logged an inning in the outfield until the season between my sophomore and junior years at Yale,” White said. “That transition was pretty easy, though. I worked hard in the off season, played every summer ball game in the outfield, took extra fungoes, and watched lots of videos of Mike Trout and Kevin Kiermaier. The toughest part was learning the new footwork for fielding out there as opposed to the infield. Fly ball reads, line drive reads, all that stuff – it came pretty easily to me. By no means was I perfect from the start but by the time my junior season at Yale came around, I was comfortable in right field.”


White rode his solid college career into the professional ranks last season with the Marlins. There in Batavia, he proved that his catalytic type offensive skill set wasn’t exclusive to the collegiate ranks nor to metal bat hitting. As a Muckdog, he slashed .280/.379/.348, almost identical to the .285/.380./.386 line he posted in his senior year as a Bulldog. According to White, his ability to turn in the same quality numbers despite the change in competition level which lead to the late-round pick opening eyes both inside the organization and out was a product of him staying within himself and not allowing himself to become hurried in his further development. However, he also felt as though he had something to prove. According to White, that’s what has kept him grinding.

“I really tried to minimize the pressure I put on myself by reminding myself that I was a late round pick from Yale that I don’t think many people thought could be a serious player. Obviously I was drafted for a reason, but there were a variety of labels on me that signaled to everyone else not to expect much from me as a player,” White said. “I took that mindset into the season and sought to disprove those labels. If I didn’t do well, fine. That’s sort of what everyone expected. But if I did do well, then maybe I’d have a chance to open some eyes and get myself noticed.”

As content as he was with his output in his rookie campaign, White understands there’s still a ton of work to be done for him to become a standout prospect. He intends to bring the same compete level this year as he continues to build toward his future.

“I’m happy that I was able to do what I did but by no means am I satisfied,”, White said. “Last season is last season and I can’t rest on a decent performance in 2017. I need to continue to make a name for myself this season.”

Overall, White is a contact-first threat who possesses a good eye, a good barrel path to the ball and extremely quick hands, giving him the ability to get inside any pitch. He also has the ability to adjust his approach anywhere in the count, making him an advantageous two hole hitter that reaches base for power behind him. For the often power-needy Yale during his tenure there, White was often moved around and pressed into action spots that did not necessarily match his skill set, which might’ve cost him some points off his average and OBP. Now back in his proper element, White is clear as to what his role is in the offense and plans to let his natural abilities as a count working line drive hitting run scoring on base spark plug take over full time.

“Ideally, I’d like to hit second. That’s been my favorite spot in the lineup since I was 12. That said, I also see myself as a leadoff hitter as long as I continue to work on my speed and get faster and also as a bottom of the order, 8 or 9 type of guy. I’m a table setter,” White said. “At Yale, I was more of a middle of the order, drive in runs and split gaps kind of guy who was also expected to put a few balls out of the yard each year. I think the biggest transition from Yale to pro ball was realizing that I’m not supposed to be a power guy. That’s not my role. If I run into a ball now and again and it happens to sail out, fantastic. But that’s not my game. I’m going to leave that to the guys that are over 6 feet. My goal this year is to focus on line drives with backspin to all parts of the yard. Hopefully that will lead to a consistent and successful season in Greensboro.”

White is a small but athletic 5’11, 175 lefty hitter who gets low in a semi-split stance, minimizing a strike zone that he knows very well. Early in ABs, he gets ahead in the count almost exclusively and from there, lets his body go to work for him. Despite being undersized he gets his entire frame involved in his approach, stepping into the ball nicely from a slightly off-center and backloaded split stance on pitches on the outer half and shows the ability to shorten up and get inside pitches thanks to quick and strong hands on the inner half. After a small front foot timing trigger, White engages a quick straight through line drive cut with excellent speed, allowing him to wait out the break on pitches advantageously. White’s knack for finding the proper path to the ball that allows him to put tons of balls in play including many of them on the ground and his plus speed make him a challenging out an on-base threat nearly every every time he puts wood on leather. One area of focus for White should be in replicating the great vision and line of sight and solid contact he shows against righties to his ABs vs same side pitching. Last season, nearly all of his success came against righties (101 ABs, 337/.417/.426 17/14 K/BB) while his 31 ABs against lefties (small sample aside) were nearly a total bust (.097/.263/.097, 15/7 K/BB). However, with more professional experience and coaching, this issue should rectify itself.

Defensively, White played a fine right field both in college where his strong arm actually even earned him some time pitching and in Batavia last year where he committed just three errors in 32 games. However, given his offensive background and the fact that he has good range to both sides I would expect White to make the transition out of a power heavy defensive position and back to his natural spot on the infield at shortstop. Though he hasn’t played it much since high school, White says with some reconditioning and practice, he’d welcome the switch back to the infield and believes it would be good for his career to prove he could be more versatile.

“I’d be fine with that. I love the infield,” White said. “I’d need a little while to get back in the groove and work on taking grounders but I’d definitely be excited to show everyone I have another facet to my game.”


Although he has a ways to go in his development, White is a possible diamond-in-the-rough type find by the Marlins. His floor should be placed at a super-utility type bench player and his ceiling should be that of a 70 grade for average threat and similarly graded defender. An extremely humble kid with leadership qualities by way of an outgoing, infectious personality which makes him a fantastic team player and with great athleticism and the raw tools to match it, if White turns puts in similar work and output as last season in what should be his first full pro year this year in Greensboro, he won’t fly under the radar much longer.

Batavia Muckdogs Partnership With Minor League Baseball Primed To End

The city of Batavia, New York has known baseball for over a century. After the founding of a team in the city in 1897 during the playing tenure of Jack Burns, the franchise has seen names such as Doc Ellis, Cito Gaston, Manny Sanguillen, Ned Yost, Andy Ashby, Chase Utley, Ryan Howard and, most recently, some of the Marlins’ brightest budding stars don its garb. But despite how rich its history in the game is, the county of Genesee may have seen its last MiLB affiliated game played on its surface at Dwyer Stadium.

Since 2008, the financial funding situation for the Muckdogs has been a unique one. With the team up for sale due to financial losses from the non-profit Genesee County Baseball Club, the nearby Rochester Red Wings volunteered to operate the club.

“The Genesee County Baseball Club became strapped for funds and in order to sae baseball in Batavia, the Red Wings offered to manage the club under Red Wings Management,” Red Wings’ Director of Communications tells us.

In return for running the team, the Red Wings would gain a share of the team’s ownership with each passing year. That share was set to cap at 50% this past season. Despite another very generous offer from the Red Wings to virtually run the team for free, it was decided on December 19 that, with the GCBC unable to satisfy their half of the team ownership agreement, the franchise would be surrendered to the New York Penn League.

“The Red Wings will receive 50% of the sale price (5% per season of operation for a maximum of 10 years,” Rowan said. “We still offered to operate Batavia next season and were denied.”

If a new Muckdogs’ owner cannot be found, the league has stated that there is no guarantee the team will play in 2018. In the ten years the team has been up for sale, only one suitor has come along but was denied purchasing power because of its intent to relocate the franchise to Bowie, Maryland, a territory occupied by the Orioles’ Bowie Baysox.

Lack of interest in buying the Muckdogs may be being driven by the condition of their park, Dwyer Stadium. As a frequent visitor of the park built in 1996 and baseball photographer, Mike Janes points out to us, it isn’t the age of the stadium that is problematic; it is the lack of improvements and upkeep of it that have led baseball fans to seek a more desirable experience.

“Dwyer is a throwback to what Minor League Baseball used to be,” Janes said. “The park doesn’t have a ton of amenities that newer parks have. There is room for improvement throughout but that could be done drastically for very little as compared to building a new stadium somewhere else.”

Going into further detail on the state of Dwyer Stadium, Janes states that the stadium is in definite need of some TLC but also says that all of the improvements needed could be completed at a reasonable cost. Overall, Janes says that although the atmosphere is different from most newer stadiums, it isn’t a long ways off from being a competitor in the crowded northern New England baseball market. However, the financial situation surrounding the team with GCBC operating completely off of donations and volunteer work and the Red Wings running the team at a loss while also having a primary objective to their own baseball team, the work the park needs is simply not monetarily possible. According to Janes, fans have worked together with GCBC in order to give the park the facelift it needs but those efforts always seem to fall by the wayside.

“Dwyer is hard to compare to other places since most others are in bigger cities but even in its current state, it still manages to stack up against others,” Janes said. “In general they need a massive cleaning, painting, many seats need replacing (city put in some new ones few years ago), and just bringing it back to what it should of been all along. Small group of fans have been discussing doing a volunteer cleanup for years, but nothing ever materializes. Auburn which has an identically aged stadium as Batavia uses local prisoners to clean the park. That was also suggested by a season ticket holder but hasn’t happened.”

While the conditions of Dwyer from a fan’s perspective are subpar but not terrible, life through a player’s eyes there is quite grim. As one former Muckdogs player tells us, despite great support from Batavia fans and natives, due to the state of the field and clubhouses at Dwyer, the team perferred and eagerly awaited the occasions they got to play at other New York Penn League venues.

“The people of Batavia are nothing but supportive and invested in us as players and that was really nice to have that support system day in and day out. When we’d walk around town, people would always wish us good luck,” he said. “Other than that, though, the facilities definitely gave us a little extra adversity to deal with compared to some of the other teams in our league. We would always look forward to road trips because the fields we played on when we traveled were almost always better than our home field and the same could be said for the hotels. I really think a move would benefit the club.”

With the decision now in the hands of Minor League Baseball as to the future of the Muckdogs, there is nothing left for the city of Batavia to do but wait. While an exodus by the MiLB from a city and group of fans synonymous with baseball for centuries would be heartbreaking, it wouldn’t necessarily mean the death of the Muckdogs altogether. Because the GCBC own the rights to the team’s name and logo, the ‘Dogs could find partnership in either the independent or amateur ranks. But as for the MiLB, from a business standpoint, if a potential owner does not rear its head and very soon, relocation is hard to argue against. Expect the resolution from the league to be announced in the coming months ahead of the start of the short season in June.

2017 Batavia Muckdogs Season Preview

2016 Team Stats

.218/.298/.294
20 HR/133 XBH
651 IP, 5.00 ERA, 1.53 WHIP

At the midway point of the season and with All-Star Games are happening all over affiliated baseball, the start of a brand new season is upon us. The short-season single A campgain kicks off this week, including in the New York Penn League and for your Batavia Muckdogs. There, manager Mike Jacobs, a former Marlins’ favorite, leads the likes of Thomas Jones, JC Millan, Shane Sawczak and the rest of a young spirited bunch hoping to become that and more.At the midway point of the season and with All-Star Games are happening all over affiliated baseball, the start of a brand new season is upon us. The short-season single A campgain kicks off this week, including in the New York Penn League and for your Batavia Muckdogs. There, manager Mike Jacobs, a former Marlins’ favorite, leads the likes of Thomas Jones, JC Millan, Shane Sawczak and the rest of a young spirited bunch hoping to become that and more.

After a seven year playing career, Mike Jacobs begins his first season behind the bench at the helm of this year’s Batavia squad. Jacobs was known best for his power hitting game proven by his .253/.313/.473 career slash line and 100 career homers, most of which came in his tenure as a Fish. His career year came in 2008 when he slugged .514, 15th in the NL, slammed 32 homers, 14th in the NL and drove in 93 runs, 20th in the NL all while playing in a pitcher-friendly home park, Pro Player Stadium. The Dawgs are already reaping the benefits of Jake’s power hitting background. Where last year’s squad scored 47 runs via 18  XBH in the entire month of June, this year’s squad has already scored 44 runs via 13 XBH in their first five games. Jacobs’ staff is rounded out by assistant coach and former Muckdogs’ OF TJ Gamba, hitting coach Rigobertio Silviero who enters his ninth season as a Marlins’ affiliated coach and pitching coach Jason Erickson, another former NYPL player (for State College as part of the Pirates’ orgainzation) and third-year pitching skipper.

Lineup

2B Jhonny Santos
CF Thomas Jones
1B Lazaro Alonso
RF Zachary Daly
DH Terry Bennett
3B JC Millan
LF Mathew Brooks
C David Gauntt
SS Marco Rivera

Center fielder Thomas Jones is the Marlins’ third round draft pick out of Laurens High School in South Carolina. He enters 2017 as the club’s sixth ranked overall prospect and third ranked positional prospect. A football standout in high school who earned some of the nation’s best overall rankings as a safety and had multiple offers on the table from some of the nation’s top football programs including Duke, Wake Forest, North Carolina and South Carolina, Jones forwent that career to play baseball in Miami. According to Jones, he used football to improve his athleticism and get his name into the first round of multiple sports’ drafts, but it was always baseball he saw himself making his career in.

“The decision was easy. I always wanted to play baseball,” Jones said of his decision to sign witht the Marlins. “I did well in football which gave me a lot of exposure. Playing football helped me to be quick on my feet. Playing free safety in football and center field in baseball have similar characteristics.”

The characteristics Jones speaks of include blazing speed that allotted him a 4.31 40-yard dash time as well as 16 stolen bases in 17 attempts his senior year and the overall ability to cover both center field gaps advantageously, fantastic hands that allowed him to easily create turnovers as well as maintain superior bat speed and an extremely athletic frame that let him outmuscle opposing wide receivers, bench 260 pounds and squat 500, and which has scouts projecting him to become a 20+ homer threat as he fills out and matures.

Of course, Jones has some things to iron out in order to reach that offensive potential. He needs to add some fluidity and repeatability to his timing and mechanics which currently look slightly stiff at times. He also needs to add some loft to his straight-through swing in order to make the most of his power potential. Jones does well at getting his lower half involved in his approach but he will need to perfect his footwork which currently sees him almost hopping into swings before his back foot pivot, leading to him frequently falling out of the box on his follow-through. While he needs some seasoning, the few hitches in his offensive game are quite understandable for a two-sport athlete and should all work themselves out as he commits all of his time to baseball. Though he admits filling in the holes in his game has been and will continue to be a trial, Jones is trusting the course of action and putting in all the necessary effort to succeed.

“All my time is focused on baseball now,” Jones said. “I’m training to become consistent with all my tools. It’s a process but I continue to grind it out.”

With plus present speed and power and average defensive skills, all of which stand to improve, Jones has a five-tool make-up which makes it easy to see why he comes into this season as the Marlins’ second best positional prospect. However, the intuitive Jones who owned a 3.66 GPA in high school and shows maturity well beyond his years isn’t worried about rankings and he isn’t going to let anything deter his focus from his modus operandi.

“I always keep a positive mind, no matter what,” Jones said. “This game is already hard itself. So I don’t even think about the outside talk and I just play the game.”

Yasiel Puig: $42 million, Yoan Moncada: $31 million, Luis Robert: $25 million. You probably remember reading about these massive international deals being reached which instantly turned poverty-stricken Cuban kids and families into multi-millionaires, all for their services on the baseball field. One you probably didn’t read about was Lazaro Alonso, a 20-year-old native of Pinar Del Rio who signed with the Marlins for $100,000. Although he didn’t receive the fanfare nor the payday his countrymen received upon arriving in America, Alonso hopes, that through hard work, both the money and the adulation will one day come.

“I was just a boy in Cuba, with no history,” Alonso told El Nuevo Herald. “I have only just started in everything. My life is a book to be written. I hope to make noise soon.”

Alonso will attempt to get the band tuned up this short season with Batavia. Regarded as Cuba’s eighth best prospect last season after he hit .299/.436/.494 as a rookie during Serie Nacionale’s 2014-15 season and .395/.495/.535, the second best hitter in Cuba’s 23-and-under summer league last year, Alonso is a massive physical specimen, standing 6’3″, weighing 230. Accordingly, his best tool is his incredible raw power which scouts contend could someday produce 25+ home runs if in the lineup every day.

Alonso’s best secondary tool is plus- pitch recognition ability that allotted him more walks than strikeouts in his rookie season. The disciplined plate approach allows Alonso to see a lot of pitches and force oppositions into making mistakes, a trait rarely found in power-first hitters. If Alonso is to fully reap the benefits of his prodigious power and his solid plate presence though, he is going to need to vastly improve the mechanics behind his swing. With his back leg bent and front leg straight, he strides from a very off-balanced load and fails to get his hands and arms linear to the ball. His inability to get ahead of pitches leads to very subpar timing and a very long swing. Alonso also fails to cover the plate, struggling against pitches on the outer half, particularly against lefties, a downfall that doesn’t bode well for his future against pitchers at the next level who can go corner to corner. Top to bottom, Alonso’s mechanics need a near complete overhaul. He’s also currently quite limited position ally due to  below average athleticism and speed.

Needless to say, Alonso definitely has some work ahead of him, making him one of the rawest prospects in the organization. However, he has already taken a positive first step in realizing his true potential by formulating the understanding that he has a long road ahead of him, accepting it and having the will to learn and grow.

“My swing is not perfect, my mechanics in the box must improve a lot,” Alonso said. “But I trust that I have the strength to improve.”

Terry Bennett is a Marlins’ 12th round draft pick from 2015 out of Atlantic Coast High School in Jacksonvlle. Before signing with the Fish, the exponentially athletic Bennett accepted an offer to continue playing both football and baseball at FIU. However, when Miami came calling, Bennett didn’t think twice.

“Baseball has always been my first love & being drafted was always dream for me growing up,” Bennett said. “After my senior season of football, I knew that I was done playing. My love for doing it everyday wasn’t there.”

After spending the last two seasons getting acclimated to playing baseball full time in the GCL, the Marlins believe Bennett is ready to make the jump to single A. A .340 senior year hitter in high school and Atlantic Coast’s first ever baseball draftee, the 6’0″ 205 Bennett, who was also a stout yet sneaky quick running back in the football world, owns a good combination of power and speed. When it has come to focusing solely on baseball, Bennett says he has made the acclimation quite naturally, not forgetting or completely abandoning his roots but also not being accustomed to change.

“The transition has been really good. I love baseball so know matter if I’m going good or bad I still want to come out everyday and try to get better,” Bennett said. “Football gave me that tough edge so that always comes in handy because baseball can break you down if you aren’t tough enough. I’ve gotten tremendously better from being in high school to now. I also have a lot of room for improvements but the coaches work us hard and know their stuff.”

The lefty hitter favors the pull variety of hitting but has also shown the ability to go to all fields. Mechanically, everything looks pretty good here. Bennett stands from a straight away stance, triggers with a front foot heel turn and steps into the ball. He keeps his back knee and shoulder linear and his head stationary before he engages a quick lofty swing.

The only knock here is that Bennett doesn’t load up much on his back foot and instead relies almost completely on his arms at the expense of his looseness and some of his power potential. Also, his back elbow doesn’t move far from his body which negates even more of his strength and leads to trouble barreling up. However, these are common mechanical flaws for undergraduate hitters, especially those who play more than one sport. If Bennett can get his lower half more involved in his swing and learn to reach back more on his swing while his body matures and his knowledge of the strike zone improves, he could become a solid middle of the order doubles-first threat with the ability to reach fences at any part of the park.

Though his throwing arm has some growing to do, Bennett’s aforementioned furious athleticism and good jets give him eligibility at all three outfield spots. He’s spent most of his time in center field which is likely where he will line up most of the time for the Dawgs this year. Like Alonso, Bennett is another guy who has a lot of growing to do but at just 19 and at the expense of just a 12th round pick, he will not be pressured at all. At this point, he’s viewed as a long-term project but his able-bodiedness, energetic attitude and sponge-like brain could allow him to make leaps instead of steps.

J.C. Millan’s backstory is one which will resonate with many in the Miami community and hit close to home for any Marlins fan who became familiar and got to know the late Jose Fernandez. Millan was born on January 18, 1996 in Havana, Cuba. A middle child in a family of limited means and the son to a father who he rarely saw due to him chasing his own baseball dreams, life wasn’t easy for Millan growing up.

“Living in Cuba wasn’t easy for us. My parents had to work really hard to always find a way for me and my sisters to always have food on the table, especially my mom since my dad was most of the time.”

During his teenage years, J.C.’s parents came upon the opportunity to relocate some of the family to the United States. Some of the family, but not all. Still, Millan’s mother jumped at the opportunity and although life in America wasn’t much easier at first, J.C. eventually found comfort.

“We had the opportunity to come to the US and my parents never hesitated because they wanted the best life for us and for me and my sister to one day succeed,” Millan said. “At first it was hard for us to adjust to the system here, especially me going to a new school, speaking no English and sitting in classes when I didn’t understand a word the teachers would say. But as the years passed by, we settled in.”

Much like Jose Fernandez and his family were faced with and made the difficult decision to leave Jose’s grandmother and his entire extended family behind in hostile Cuba in order to better their own lives, J.C. and the Millans parted from one of J.C.’s two sisters and her child, J.C.’s nephew, when they made their trek to Florida, a process and experience which has admittedly taken its toll on him.

“It’s pretty hard to take sometimes, leaving mostly your entire family behind and not being able to see them every day and instead maybe once every couple years,” Millan said. “I would love for them to be here but I don’t know if that will ever happen.”

Before each game, after he takes the field, Millan has made it a ritual to spirtually show gratitude what he has been given these past few years. Then, he audibly recites the same phrase for both his parents who allotted him the opportunity to take that field and for those whom he was made to leave behind back home.

“Every game I get on one knee in any position I play and give my thanks to the man above,” Millan said. “Then I verbally say, “This game is for my family.””

When told the story of how the organization made it possible for Jose’s grandmother to flee Cuba and join him in the United States to share in the realization of his dream, Millan, although still a bit skeptical given the still arduous political relations between Cuba and America, is a bit more hopeful of one day playing on an MLB diamond in front of his entire family, including his sister and nephew who, for the time being, remain in Havana.

“I feel like it’s impossible for my other sister and nephew to be here right now,” Millan said. “But it would mean everything in the world for them to be here with us, and I wouldn’t know how to thank them for that.”

Millan, a 6’0″ 185 pounder attended Brito Academy in Miami before spending a season at Broward College where he hit .324/.407/.443/.850, placing fifth in BA, third in OBP, fourth in SLG and third in OPS. His 18 steals ranked second in his conference and his .846 BB/K by way of a 26/22 K/BB also ranked third. From there, he took his talents to the GCL. There, as he got his first taste of big league ball, his stats weren’t nearly as glorified but as long as he was learning, Millan wasn’t concerned with them. He enters this year in Batavia with the same mindset: control what he can control and not get too far ahead of himself.

“I learned a lot at Broward as far as always being prepared before at bats and always have a plan when i go to the plate,” Millan said. “GCL wasn’t the year I wanted to have numbers wise but I’m not worried much about how my numbers were as long as I felt I was competing every single at bat and not getting overmatched. I have the same mindset coming into this year with the Muckdogs: compete every at bat, be on time and get a good pitch to hit. That’s all I can control. From there on, the ball will take care of itself.”

From a wide split stance that stretches to both ends of the box, Millan bends his plant leg and straightens his front leg as he leans over the strike zone, leading to a preloaded approach. He forgoes a timing trigger by being able to determine location and exhibit patience well beyond his years. The swing itself generates plenty of contact via the use of his quick hands but the timing needs to improve, specifically on breaking pitches where it can get a bit long.

On the basepaths, Millan has the speed and ability to wreak havoc. A long striding runner who gets good jumps, what he lacks in power he makes up for by turning any on-base chance into extra bases with his legs. That same speed serves Millan well in the field where he can play a pluthera of positions. He has eligibility at all three outfield spots, second base and third base and he will play all of them and then some in the same night, as long as it keeps him on the field.

“I feel comfortable at all three outifled spots but I feel like I have worked really hard in the infield to be where I am,” Millan said. “I can play second and third with no pressure but I’ll play any position that keeps me on the lineup every night, even if I have to pitch an inning or catch a whole game. Whatever it takes to be on the lineup, I’ll do it.”

Thankfully for Millan, his skill set as a singles-first bat with good speed and good range to both sides of the field projects him best as a top of the order second baseman. After a challenging start to life which born in him the need to grow up and mature fast, things are finally beginning to go Millan’s way. With success in Batavia, he should get the chance to finish out the year in Greensboro and get a look at the full-season level. As long as Millan’s road has been to this point, he still has a long way to go in perfecting his game and reaching the upper minors but a few years to him probably sounds like a few minutes. The right mindset and will to succeed should carry him a long way to pulling on a Marlins jersey sometime in the 2019-2020 range.

Pitching Rotation

1. Sam Perez
2. Edward Cabrera
3. Alejandro Cabrera
4. Alberto Guerrero

Sam Perez is a Marlins’ fifth round pick from last year out of Missouri State University. Exclusively a reliever over his four year collegiate career with the Bears, Perez tossed to a 3.31 ERA and 1.15 WHIP via fantastic control numbers including a 9.33 K% and a minuscule 2.75 BB%. But the Marlins saw something more in Perez than a late inning reliever. Last year in Batavia, they eased him into starting as he got the ball to begin a game in eight of his 16 appearances. Usually a long, strenous and difficult process and frequently a failed experiment, Perez, despite having to modify his game quite extensively, got through the transitional process to the rotation quite smoothly, holding down a 3.72 ERA by way of a 1.38 ERA.

“The adjustment to the rotation wasn’t as hard as I thought it would be but it was somewhat stressful at first mainly due to the mindset,” Perez said. “Out of the bullpen, you would get a signal to start throwing and you would try to get hot as fast as possible. In your head it’s, “okay, who’s up to bat, who’s on deck, go, go, go, get hot.” Being in the rotation you have so much time you have to make sure to pace yourself in the pregame warmup.”

Another big change for Perez as part of the rotation has been pitch selection. A zone pounding interchangeable fastball/slider thrower with a very infrequently used changeup out of the pen, he has had to develop the changeup to the point where he can throw it with just as much confidence as the slider and more frequently than it. In order to keep stress down but also keep his velocity consistent, he’s also had to learn how to set hitters up with the fastball rather than just coming right after them. Despite being a lot to tackle, it seems Perez has his recipe for success forumulated.

“As a starter I am throwing more fastballs instead of high stress pitches. The goal for most starters is usually to get as many outs as possible with your fastball and use your offspeed pitches when necessary,” Perez said. “But I would say that fastball and changeup usage go hand in hand with trying to go deeper in games. My velocity hasn’t suffered in order to go deeper in games. My pitch selection is what should allow that. Throwing a pitch with full conviction is a must for all pitchers, starters included, therefore my velocity has remained the same. The ability to be an efficient pitcher is what should help me go deeper in games.”

It’s a testament to Perez’s work ethic the strides he’s been able to make with his changeup which less than a season ago was nothing more than a mix-in waste pitch. Since, it has become arguably as good as his bender, and, at 82, a perfect companion to his mid-90s heat. Thrown with the same arm speed as his slider, he effectively keeps hitters guessing, no matter how many times through the order he goes. Perez attributes his success as a starter and ability to get deeper into games to that pitch.

“The changeup is a must for any starting pitcher. This is a big change from the bullpen because you attack hitters with your best stuff as soon as you’re in the game. As a bullpen pitcher you’re lucky if you go through a lineup once. That’s why my changeup wasn’t used as often as my slider: I wasn’t having to think of how to approach hitters more than once. The only times I threw changeups out of the bullpen was in a hitter’s count and they were expecting a fastball over the plate,” Perez said. “I feel as though my changeup has good movement and enough speed differential to help my fastball play even better. I have great confidence in my changeup and that allows me to throw it in any count to any batter, right or left. In order to become the most successful starting pitcher I can be, my changeup will be thrown more often in order to make the fastball more effective. For me as a starter I use the changeup to help set up the fastball and induce ground balls.”

With an obvious great understanding of how to effectively eat innings despite coming up as a reliever and his ability to make great strides with his changuep, Perez has successfully molded himself into a future 4-5 starter and the ace of this year’s Muckdogs staff. With a good 95-82 velo mix, a tricky slide step to short arm right handed delivery, and the aforementioned similar arm speed on all three of his pitches, Perez can still live all around the zone without getting hit too hard. He will need to improve his command and ability to get his stuff to the corners and not catch as much of the plate as he matures to the upper minors but that should all come as he logs more innings. At 22, Perez should be among those called up to Greensboro at short season’s end. With continued success there, he could be pushed rather aggressively to A+ and beyond, making him a candidate to contribute to the pitcher-needy Marlins in some capacity by 2019.

Shane Sawczak, a local kid out of Lake Worth and former student at Palm Beach State, was selected by the Marlins in the 19th round of last year’s draft. As Sawczak puts it, he was thrilled just to be drafted but to be drafted by his hometown team which has allowed his family to continue to share in his dream on a regular basis, turned the moment from great to amazing.

“Being drafted in general was a dream come true, but being drafted to the Marlins was an incredible feeling,” Sawczak says. “I would like to thank the organization for giving me the opportunity to pitch for them. I just got lucky I’m from south Florida. I grew up watching and attending the Marlins games with my family. It gives me better opportunities to see my family still and get to train and prepare myself for the upcoming season.”

After the draft, an energetic and pumped up Sawczak spent 2016 stifiling hitters to the tune of a 1.93 ERA via a 1.13 WHIP and 26/13 K/BB in 17 appearances for the Muckdogs. After getting a look with the Grasshoppers to end 2016, he is back with Batavia to begin this season as the anchor out of the bullpen. He is one of quite a few returnees that make up the core of this year’s Muckdogs squad, a core which Sawczak describes as kindred, making showing up to work every day comfortable and fun.

“This year, the Muckdogs have a special bond,” Sawczak said. “We all have spent a year together and are having fun playing together on the same diamond. We all have each others’ backs and we pick each other up.”

Sawczak relies on mid-90s moving heat, an 84-86 mph changuep and an upper 70s breaking ball. He pounds the zone with the fasbtall which he has found success with at the lower levels but he will need to learn to place the breaking stuff to succeed in the upper minors. If he can, Sawczak lines up as a quality late reliver based on a lively fastball with projectable secondaries. Keep him on the radar as a future closer.

Projected 2017 Team Stats

39-41
.245/.322/.336
38 HR/157 XBH
647 IP, 4.26 ERA, 1.42 WHIP

Monthly Roundup: July 2016

New Orleans Zephyrs



7/1/2016 @ Colorado Springs
L 7-13

Robert Andino, SS: 3-5, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R
Austin Nola, 2B-3B: 3-4, 2 2B, 3 R
Xavier Scruggs, LF: 2-5, 2 RBI, 2 K
Kendry Flores, SP: 4.1 IP, 10 H, 7 R (5 ER), 2 BB, 3 K
Chris Reed, RP: 2 IP, H, R (0 ER), BB, K

7/2/2016 @ Colorado Springs
L 6-8

Xavier Scruggs, LF: 2-5, HR (8), 2 RBI, 2 R
Adrian Nieto, C: 2-4, 2B, RBI, 2 K
Kenny Wilson, CF: 2-4, 2 R, BB, 2 SB (22, 23)
Dylan Axelrod, SP: 6 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, BB, 4 K

7/3/2016 @ Colorado Springs
W 12-8

Xavier Scruggs, 1B: 4-5, 2 HR (9, 10), 2B, 2 RBI, 3 R, K
Isaac Galloway, RF: 2-4, RBI, 3 R, BB, SB (22)
Kenny Wilson, CF: 1-3, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R, BB, SB (24)
Robert Andino, SS: 2-4, 2 RBI, BB
Tomas Telis, C: 2-3, 3 R, 2 BB
Jeremie Guthrie, SP: 5 IP, 12 H, 8 ER, 2 BB, 3 K
Craig Breslow, RP: 3 IP, H, 3 K

7/4/2016 vs Round Rock
W 3-2

Destin Hood, LF: 1-3, HR (13), 2 RBI, R
Matt Juengel, DH: 1-3, HR (5), RBI, R, K
Robert Andino, SS: 2-4, SB (6)
Chris Narveson, SP: 6 IP, H, BB, 5 K
Cody Ege, RP: 2 IP, SV (5), H, BB

7/5/2016 vs Round Rock
L 0-8

Elliot Soto, 2B: 2-3, BB, K
Isaac Galloway, RF: 1-3, 2B, BB
Kenny Wilson, CF: 1-4, K
Asher Wojchiechowski, SP: 2.2 IP, 7 H, 7 R (6 ER), 2 BB, 2 K
Greg Nappo, RP: 4.1 IP, 3 H, ER, 4 K
Raudel Lazo, RP: 2 IP, H, BB, 2 K

7/6/2016 vs Round Rock
W 9-3

Matt Juengel, 3B: 3-4, 2B, 3B, 5 RBI
Robert Andino, SS: 2-5, HR (10), RBI, 2 R
Elliot Soto, 2B: 3-5, 3 R
Destin Hood, LF: 2-4, 2B, 2 R, K
Xavier Scruggs, 1B: 1-4, 2B, RBI, 2 R
Kendry Flores, SP: 5.2 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, BB, 5 K
Brian Ellington, RP: IP, H, 3 K

7/7/2016 @ Nashville
W 1-0

Peter Mooney, 2B: 1-4, RBI, K
Tomas Teis, C: 1-3
Isaac Galloway, RF: 1-3, BB, K, SB (23)
Adrian Nieto, DH: 1-2, R, BB, K
Jose Urena, SP: 4.2 IP, 2 H, 4 BB, 6 K
Bullpen: 4.1 IP, 3 H, 2 BB, 7 K

7/8/2016 @ Nashville
W/6 5-1

Xavier Scruggs, 1B: 3-3, 2 HR (11, 12), 4 RBI, 2 R
Kenny Wilson, CF: 3-3
Garret Weber, DH: 1-2, R
Dylan Axelrod: 6 IP, CG, 5 H, ER, 2 BB, 5 K

7/9/2016 @ Nashville
W 8-6

Robert Andino, SS: 3-5, 2B, RBI, 2 R, 2 K
Austin Nola, 2B: 1-4, 2B, 2 RBI, R, K
Xavier Scruggs, 1B: 1-3, 2B, R, 2 BB, K
Destin Hood, LF: 1-4, 3B, 2 RBI, BB, K
Matt Juengel, 3B: 1-4, 2B, RBI, R, K
Peter Mooney, DH: 1-3, 2 RBI, R, BB, K
Jeremie Guthrie, SP: 5 IP, 12 H, 4 R (3 ER), 2 K
Brian Ellington, RP: IP, SV (2), BB, 3 K

7/10/2016 @ Nashville
L 2-8

Isaac Galloway, RF: 1-4, HR (6), RBI, R, K
Garret Weber, DH: 2-4, 3B, R, 2 K
Destin Hood, LF: 2-4, 2B
Asher Wojchiechowski, SP: 2.2 IP, 6 H, 7 ER, 4 BB, K
Raudel Lazo, RP: 2 IP, H

7/14/2016 vs Fresno
L 2-6

Matt Juengel, 3B: 1-4, HR (6), RBI, R
Pedro Ciriaco, SS: 2-4, 2B, K
Kenny Wilson, CF: 1-2, 2B, R, BB, SB (25)
Austin Nola, 2B: 1-4, RBI, K
Jose Urena, SP: 3.2 IP, 6 H, 4 R (3 ER), 2 BB, 3 K
Kendry Flores, RP: 4 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, BB, 3 K

7/15/2016 vs Fresno
W 9-5

Robert Andino, SS: 3-5, 2 HR (11, 12), 3 RBI, 3 R
Xavier Scruggs, LF: 1-4, HR (13), RBI, 2 R
Austin Nola, 2B: 3-5, R
Destin Hood, DH: 2-5, 2 RBI, R, K
Tomas Telis, 1B: 2-4, 2 RBI
Jarred Cosart, SP: 5.2 IP, 5 H, 3 ER, 4 BB, 2 K

7/16/2016 vs Fresno
W 5-1

Matt Juengel, 3B: 2-4, 2 2B, RBI, R, K
Adrian Nieto, C: 2-3, RBI, R, K
Robert Andino, SS: 2-4, RBI, K
Destin Hood, LF: 1-3, R, BB
Tomas Telis, DH: 1-4, RBI
Justin Nicolino, SP: 6 IP, 3 H, 4 K
Cory Luebke/Raudel Lazo, RP: IP, K

7/17/2016 vs Sacramento
PPD (rain)
Rescheduled to 7/19

7/19/2016 vs Sacramento

Game 1
L/7 0-1

Team: 1-21, 5 K
Dylan Axelrod, SP: 4 IP, H, BB, K

Game 2
W/7 3-0

Austin Nola, 3B: 1-3, HR (5), RBI, R
Destin Hood, RF: 2-2, 2 2B, BB
Pedro Ciriaco, SS: 1-3, R
Adrian Nieto, C: 1-2, 2B, 2 RBI
Kendry Flores, SP: 5 IP, 3 H, 2 BB, 4 K
Jo-Jo Reyes, RP: 2 IP, SV (4), H, BB, 2 K

7/20/2016 vs Sacramento
L 4-10

Carlos Corporan, C: 2-3, HR (3), 2 RBI, R, K
Xavier Scruggs, 1B: 2-4, 2B, R, K
Robert Andino, SS: 1-4, 2B, RBI, K
Isaac Galloway, CF: 2-4, R, 2 K
Dee Gordon, 2B (rehab): 1-4, R
Jarred Cosart, SP: 6 IP, 7 H, 6 R (3 ER), BB, 2 K

7/21/2016 vs Sacramento
L 4-5

Tomas Telis, C: 2-4, 2 2B, R, 2 K
Kenny Wilson, CF: 2-4, R, K
Robert Andino, SS: 2-4, R, BB, 2 K
Dee Gordon, 2B (rehab): 1-4, RBI, BB, 2 SB (1, 2)
Justin Nicolino, SP: 5 IP, 8 H, 5 ER, 2 K
Bullpen: 4 IP, H, 4 BB, 5 K

7/22/2016 @ Oklahoma City
L 5-8

Carlos Corporan, C: 1-4, HR (7), 2 RBI, R, K
Destin Hood, RF: 2-4, 3B, 2 RBI, R, SB (8)
Xavier Scruggs, LF-1B: 1-4, 2B, RBI, R, 2 K
Jeremie Guthrie, SP: 3 IP, 6 H, 5 R (4 ER), 5 BB, K

7/23/2016 @ Oklahoma City
L 3-4

Xavier Scruggs, 1B: 2-4, HR (14), RBI, R
Robert Andino, SS: 2-4, 2B, 2B
Dee Gordon, 2B (rehab): 1-4, 2B, R, K
Isaac Galloway, CF: 2-4, HR (7), RBI, R
Dylan Axelrod, SP: 2 IP, 7 H, 4 ER, BB, 2 K
Greg Nappo, RP: 4 IP, 4 H, 9 K
Chris Reed, RP: 2 IP, 2 K

7/24/2016 @ Oklahoma City
L 3-5

Dee Gordon, 2B (rehab): 2-5, 3B, R, K
Carlos Corporan, C: 3-4, 2B, 2 R, K
Austin Nola, SS: 2-3, 2 2B, 2 RBI, BB, K
Kendry Flores, SP: 6 IP, 5 H, 3 R (2 ER), 4 BB, 3 K

7/25/2016 @ Oklahoma City
W 9-3

Xavier Scruggs, 1B: 1-4, HR (15), 3 RBI, 2 R, BB, K
Tomas Telis, C: 4-5, RBI, R
Dee Gordon, 2B (rehab): 2-5, 2 R, K
Robert Andino, LF: 2-5, 2 R
Matt Juengel, 3B: 3-5, 2B, 3B, 2 RBI, 2 R
Cole Figueroa: 1-4, 2B, 2 RBI, K
Chris Narveson, SP: 5.1 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, 3 K

7/26/2016 vs Iowa
W 9-5

Tomas Telis, 1B: 2-3, HR (4), 4 RBI, 2 R, BB
Matt Juengel, 3B: 3-5, 2B, RBI, 2 R
Destin Hood, RF: 2-5, 2B, 2 K
Robert Andino, LF: 2-5, 2B, 2 RBI, R, K
Dee Gordon, 2B (rehab): 2-5, RBI, 2 R, K, SB (3)
Carlos Corporan, C: 2-3, BB, K
Isaac Galloway, CF: 2-3, 2B, R, BB, K
Justin Nicolino, SP: 5.1 IP, 7 H, 5 R (4 ER), 4 K
Jo-Jo Reyes, RP: 2.2 IP, 3 K
Brian Ellington, RP: IP, 2 H, 3 K

7/27/2016 vs Iowa
L 2-8

Kenny Wilson, CF: 2-3, R, BB
Destin Hood, LF: 1-4, RBI, BB, K
Xavier Scruggs, 1B: 0-1, R, 3 BB, K, SB (2)
Jeremie Guthrie, SP: 1.2 IP, 6 H, 5 ER, 2 BB, K
Asher Wojciechowski, RP: 2 IP, H, 2 K

7/28/2016 vs Iowa
W 7-1

Destin Hood, LF: 3-5, HR (14), RBI, 2 R, K, SB (9)
Cole Figueroa, RF: 1-2, 3B, 3 RBI, R, 2 BB
Xavier Scruggs, 1B: 1-3, 2B, R, 2 BB
Isaac Galloway, CF: 1-3, 2B, R, K
Dylan Axelrod, SP: 5 IP, 6 H, ER, 2 BB, 4 K
Greg Nappo, RP: 3 IP, 2 H, 4 K

7/29/2016 vs Iowa
W 7-5

Xavier Scruggs, LF-1B: 2-4, HR (16), 2B, 4 RBI, R, K
Matt Juengel, 3B: 2-4, 3B, RBI, 2 R
Austin Nola, SS: 1-3, 2 RBI, R, K, SB (1)
Isaac Galloway, CF-RF: 2-4, R, 2 K, 2 SB (27, 28)
Kendry Flores, SP: 4 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, 4 BB, 5 K
Jo-Jo Reyes, RP: 2 IP, H, BB, 2 K

7/30/2016 vs Nashville
L 0-2

Destin Hood, RF: 2-4, 2 2B, 2 K
Matt Juengel, DH: 2-4
Justin Bour, 1B (rehab): 1-4
Pedro Ciriaco, 2B: 1-4, K
Chris Narveson, SP: 5.2 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 6 K

7/31/2016 vs Nashville
L 2-6

Isaac Galloway, CF: 1-2, HR (8), RBI, R, BB, K
Destin Hood, LF: 2-4, 2B, RBI, K
Xavier Scruggs, 1B: 1-3, R, BB
Austin Nola, 2B: 1-3
Justin Nicolino, SP: 6 IP, 10 H, 6 R (5 ER), 2 BB
Drew Steckenrider, RP: 2 IP, BB, 3 K

 

Jackonville Suns



7/1/2016 vs Tennessee
L 3-5

Austin Dean, LF: 2-5, HR (9), 2B, RBI, 2 R
Peter Mooney, SS: 2-4, 2B
Ronnie Mitchell, RF: 2-5, R, K
Chris Curley, 1B: 2-5, 2B, 2 K
Cam Maron, C: 2-4, K
Eric Jokisch, SP: 4 IP, 2 H, 5 K
Drew Steckenrider, RP: 2.2 IP, BB, 3 K

7/2/2016 vs Tennessee
W 7-2

Ronnie Mitchell, RF: 2-3, HR (1), 2B, RBI, 2 K, BB
Alex Glenn, CF: 2-3, HR (1), 4 RBI, R, BB, K
Austin Dean, LF: 1-2, RBI, 2 R, BB
Peter Mooney, SS: 1-3, RBI, BB, K
Matt Tomshaw, SP: 5 IP, 4 H, ER, 5 K

7/3/2016 vs Tennessee
W 9-2

Alex Glenn, LF: 4-5, HR (2), 4 RBI, 2 R
J.T. Riddle, SS: 2-5, 2 2B, 2 R
Peter Mooney, 2B: 1-2, 2 RBI, R, BB
Garret Weber, 1B: 1-4, 3B, 2 R, BB
Jake Esch, SP: 7 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, BB, 4 K
Austin Brice, RP: 2 IP, H, BB, K

7/4/2016 @ Biloxi
L 1-5

Francisco Arcia, C: 2-3
J.T. Riddle, SS: 1-4, 2B, R, 2 K
Alex Glenn, RF: 1-4, R, K
Hunter Adkins, SP: 5 IP, 9 H, 5 ER, 3 K

7/5/2016 @ Biloxi
W 4-1

Yefri Perez, CF: 2-5, 2B, RBI, R, 2 K
Francisco Arcia, C: 1-3, 2B, BB, K
J.T. Riddle, SS: 1-4, R, BB
Peter Mooney, 2B: 1-3, R, BB
Patrick Johnson, SP: 6 IP, 4 H, ER, 6 K
Bullpen: 3 IP, H, 3 K

7/6/2016 @ Biloxi
W 3-1

Ronnie Mitchell, LF-RF: 2-4, HR (2), 2 RBI, R
J.T. Riddle, SS: 2-4, R
Cam Maron, C: 1-2, BB
Matt Tracy, SP: 4.2 IP, 4 H, ER, 5 K
Bullpen: 4.1 IP, 2 H, BB, 2 K

7/7/2016 @ Biloxi
W 9-1

Yefri Perez, CF: 3-5, R
James Roberts, 2B: 2-5, R
J.T. Riddle, SS: 2-5, 2B, 2 R, K
Moises Sierra, RF: 2-4, 2 RBI, 3 R, K
Brian Anderson, 3B: 2-4, 2 RBI, R, BB, 2 K
Ronnie Mitchell, LF: 2-4, 2 RBI, R, BB
Francisco Arcia, C: 1-5, 2B, 2 RBI, K
Matt Tomshaw, SP: 5 IP, 4 H, 6 K
Sean Donatello, RP: 2 IP, H

7/8/2016 @ Biloxi
W 4-2

J.T. Riddle, SS: 4-5, RBI, 2 R, BB
Moises Sierra, RF: 2-4, BB, 2 K
Brian Anderson, 3B: 2-4, R, BB, K
Chris Curley, 1B: 1-4, 2 RBI, 3 K
Jake Esch, SP: 7 IP, 6 H, BB, 3 K

7/9/2016 @ Birmingham
L 8-9

Alex Glenn, RF-CF: 3-5, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R
Brian Anderson, 3B: 3-5, HR (2), 4 RBI, R, K
J.T. Riddle, SS: 1-3, 2B, R
Yefri Perez, CF-2B: 2-4, R, BB, K
Ronnie Mitchell, LF: 1-4, BB, K
Hunter Adkins, SP: 2.1 IP, 6 H, 6 ER, 2 BB, 2 K

7/10/2016 @ Birmingham
L 4-7

Alex Glenn, RF: 1-4, 2B, RBI
Austin Dean, DH: 3-5, RBI, R, K
Moises Sierra, CF: 2-4, RBI, R, BB, K
Yefri Perez, SS: 0-2, 3 BB, SB (39)
Cam Maron, C: 2-4
Patrick Johnson, SP: 2 IP, 6 H, 5 R (4 ER), K
Tyler Higgins/Cory Luebke, RP: 2 IP, 2 H, K

7/11/2016 @ Birmingham
W 11-8

Austin Dean, LF: 3-5, 2 2B, 4 RBI, 2 R
Moises Sierra, CF: 2-4, 2B, R, BB, K
Ronnie Mitchell, RF: 2-5, 2B, 2 RBI, R, 3 K
Peter Mooney, SS: 2-5, 2 R, K
Chris Curley, 1B: 2-5, 2B, RBI, R, K
Cam Maron, C: 1-4, 2B, RBI, R
Matt Tracy, SP: 6 IP, 6 H, 5 R (4 ER), BB, 4 K

7/12/2016 @ Birmingham
W 1-0

Chris Curley, 1B: 1-2, HR (4), RBI, R, BB, K
Alex Glenn, RF: 1-3, K
Matt Tomshaw, SP: 6 IP, 5 H, 2 BB, 7 K
Bullpen: 3 IP, 2 H, BB, 2 K

7/13/2016 @ Birmingham
W 6-5

Moises Sierra, RF: 3-5, HR (9), 2 RBI, 2 R, SB (5)
Austin Dean, DH: 2-4, 3B, 2 R, BB
Alex Glenn, CF: 1-5, 2B, 2 K
Chris Curley, 1B: 2-5, 2 RBI, K
Brian Anderson, 3B: 2-4, 2 R, BB
Cam Maron, C: 2-5
Jake Esch, SP: 5 IP, 5 H,2 ER, 2 BB, 2 K
Cory Luebke, RP: 2 IP,3 H, 2 K

7/14/2016 vs Pensacola
L 0-9

Alex Glenn, CF: 2-3, BB
Brian Anderson, 3B: 2-4
Hunter Adkins, SP: 5 IP, 3 H, ER, 7 K

7/15/2016 vs Pensacola
PPD (rain)
Rescheduled to 7/17

7/16/2016 vs Pensacola
L 2-5

Cam Maron, C: 1-3, HR (1), 2 RBI, R, BB, K
Moises Sierra, RF: 1-4, 3B, 2 K
Francisco Arcia, 1B: 2-4, 2B, R, K
Alex Glenn, CF: 1-4, 2B, 2 K
Matt Tracy, SP: 6 IP, 7 H, 5 ER, 2 K
Austin Brice, RP: 2 IP, K

7/17/2016 vs Pensacola

Game 1
W/7 1-0

Alex Glenn, CF: 2-3, 2B
Austin Dean, LF: 1-2, R, BB, K
Peter Mooney, SS: 1-3, 2 K
Chris Curley, 1B: 1-3, K
Patrick Johnson, SP: 5 IP, 5 H, ER, 2 BB, 4 K

Game 2
L/10 6-7

Brian Anderson, 3B: 2-4, HR (3), 2 RBI, 2 R
Ronnie Mitchell, RF: 3-5, R
Moises Sierra, CF: 1-3, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R
Peter Mooney, SS: 2-5, 2B, K
Cam Maron, C: 1-4, BB, K
Matt Tomshaw, SP: 4 IP, 7 H, 5 ER, BB, 3 K

7/18/2016 vs Pensacola
W 3-2

Chris Curley, 1B: 1-3, HR (5), 2 RBI, R
Ronnie Mitchell, RF: 2-3, 2B, BB
Garret Weber, 2B: 2-3, 2B, R, K
Chris Curley, 1B: 1-3, 2 RBI, R
Austin Dean, LF: 1-4, RBI
Jake Esch, SP: 6.2 IP, 7 H, 2 ER, BB, 7 K

7/20/2016 @ Mobile
W 4-3

Moises Sierra, RF: 2-3, 2B, R
Alex Glenn, CF: 2-4, RBI, R, K
Francisco Arcia, C: 2-4, 2 RBI
Hunter Adkins, SP: 7 IP, 3 H, BB, 2 K

7/21/2016 @ Mobile
PPD (rain)
Rescheduled to 7/23

7/22/2016 @ Mobile
PPD (rain)
Rescheduled to 7/24

7/23/2016 @ Mobile

Game 1
L/7 5-6

Chris Curley, PH: 1-1, HR (6), 2 RBI, R
Cam Maron, C: 2-2, 2B, RBI, R, BB
Moises Sierra, RF: 2-4, R, K, SB (6)
Garret Weber, 1B: 1-4, 2B, RBI, 2 K
Brian Anderson, 3B: 1-2, R, 2 BB
Peter Mooney, SS: 1-3, R
Matt Tracy, SP: 4 IP, 5 H, 4 R (1 ER), BB, K

Game 2
L/7 1-3

Ronnie Mitchell, LF-RF: 1-2, 2B, R, BB, K
Alex Glenn, CF: 1-2, RBI
Team: 3-23, RBI, R, BB, 9 K
Patrick Johnson, SP: 3 IP, 3 H, BB, 3 K

7/24/2016 @ Mobile

Game 1
L/7 1-6

Moises Sierra, RF: 2-3, RBI
Chris Curley, 1B: 1-3, K
Garret Weber, 1B: 1-3
Peter Mooney, SS: 1-3, R
Jake Esch, SP: 5 IP, 3 H, 3 ER, BB, 5 K

Game 2
L/7 1-4

Brian Anderson, 3B: 2-3, 2B
Chris Curley, 1B: 2-3, 2B, R, K
Ronnie Mitchell, RF: 1-4, 2B, K
Austin Dean, LF: 1-4, K
Matt Tomshaw, SP: 4 IP, 4 H, 4 R (2 ER), 5 K

7/26/2016 vs Jackson
W 8-3

Austin Dean, LF: 2-4, HR (10), 3 RBI, 2 R
Ronnie Mitchell, RF: 2-4, 2B, 2 R
Garret Weber, DH: 2-4, RBI, 2 R, K
Brian Anderson, 3B: 2-4, R, K
Peter Mooney, SS: 1-3, RBI, BB
Hunter Adkins, SP: 4 IP, H, ER, 2 BB, K
Patrick Johnson, RP: 4 IP, 4 H, ER, 4 K

7/27/2016 vs Jackson
L/7 1-6

Garret Weber, 2B: 2-2, RBI, BB
J.T. Riddle, DH: 2-3
Brian Anderson, 3B: 1-2, R
Chris Curley, 1B: 1-3, K
Chris Mazza, SP: 4 IP, 3 H, ER, BB, 3 K

7/28/2016 vs Jackson
L 3-6

Chris Curley, 1B: 1-3, HR (7), 2 RBI, R, BB, K
J.T. Riddle, SS: 2-4, RNI
Austin Dean, LF: 1-4, K
Alex Glenn, CF: 1-4, R
Matt Tracy, SP: 3.1 IP, 5 H, 5 ER, 5 BB, 2 K
Sean Donatello, RP: 2 IP, H

7/29/2016 vs Jackson
L 1-11

Ronnie Mitchell, RF: 1-4, 2B, R
Brian Anderson, 3B: 2-4
J.T. Riddle, SS: 1-3, RBI, K
Garret Weber, DH: 1-3
Jake Esch, SP: 3.1 IP, 7 H, 4 ER, 3 BB, K

7/30/2016 vs Jackson
W 4-1

Sharif Othman, C: 3-3, 3B, R
Alex Glenn, CF: 3-4, RBI, R, K
J.T. Riddle, SS: 2-4, RBI
Peter Mooney, 2B: 1-4, 2B, RBI
Ronnie Mitchell, RF: 1-4, 2B, RBI, R, K
Hunter Adkins, SP: 4 IP, H, 2 BB, 5 K
Travis Ballew, RP: 2 IP, BB, K

7/31/2016 vs Biloxi
W 5-3

Alex Glenn, CF: 2-4, HR (3), 3 RBI, R
J.T. Riddle, SS: 2-4, HR (3), RBI, R
Ronnie Mitchell, RF: 1-3, HR (3), RBI, 2 R, 2 BB, K, SB (1)
Chris Mazza, SP: 4 IP, 4 H, ER, 3 K

 

Jupiter Hammerheads



7/1/2016 @ Ft. Myers
L 4-7

Taylor Ard, 1B: 2-4, 2B, 2 R, BB, K
Arturo Rodriguez, C: 2-4, 2 RBI
Rehiner Cordova, SS: 1-4, RBI, R
John Norwood, RF: 1-5, 2B, RBI, K
Jorgan Cavanerio, SP: 2.2 IP, 5 H, 4 ER, K
Ben Holmes, RP: 3.1 IP, 5 H, ER, K

7/2/2016 @ Ft. Myers
L 1-10

Jeremias Pineda, CF: 2-3, BB
John Norwood, RF: 1-4, 2B, RBI, K
Rehiner Cordova, SS: 1-3, R
Michael Mader, SP: 4 IP, 7 H, 6 ER, BB, 3 K

7/3/2016 @ Ft. Myers
L 0-3

Brian Schales, 2B: 2-4, K
Rehiner Cordova, SS: 1-2, BB, K
Avery Romero, 3B: 2-4, 2B
Luis Castillo, SP: 6 IP, 4 H, 8 K

7/4/2016 vs Palm Beach
L 4-5

John Norwood, RF: 1-4, HR (7), 2 RBI, R, K
Taylor Ard, 1B: 1-3, 2B, BB
Avery Romero, 3B: 1-4, 2B, RBI, R, K
Chris Hoo, C: 1-3, RBI, BB, 2 K
Jeremias Pineda, CF: 0-4, BB, R, 2 K, 2 SB (3, 4)
Dillon Peters, SP: 4.2 IP, 7 H, 2 ER, BB, 4 K

7/5/2016 vs Palm Beach
W 4-1

Chris Hoo, C: 1-3, HR (1), RBI, R, BB, K
Brad Haynal, 1B: 3-4, RBI, R, SB (2)
Jeremias Pineda, CF: 2-4, K, SB (5)
John Norwood, RF: 2-4, R, 2 K
James Roberts, SS: 1-3, RBI
Jeff Brigham, SP: 5.2 IP, 3 H, BB, 7 K

7/6/2016 vs Palm Beach
W 4-0

James Roberts, SS: 2-3, HR (1), 3 RBI, R, BB
Brad Haynal, DH: 1-3, RBI
Avery Romero, 3B/Brian Schales, 2B: 1-3
Jeremias Pineda, CF/Junior Sosa, LF: 1-4, R
Scott Squier, SP: 5 IP, H, 2 BB, K
Bullpen: 4 IP, H, K

7/7/2016 @ vs St Lucie
L 5-8

Dexter Kjerstad, LF: 2-4, 3B, RBI, R, K
Arturo Rodriguez, C: 1-3, 2 RBI, BB
John Norwood, DH: 2-4, RBI, R, K
Brian Schales, 2B: 1-3, RBI, BB
Brad Haynal, 1B: 1-4, 2B, R
Cory Luebke, SP: IP, 2 K
James Buckelew, RP: 4 IP, BB, 2 K

7/8/2016 vs Tampa
W 4-0

Avery Romero, 3B: 2-4, 2 2B, 2 R
Rony Cabrera, SS: 1-4, 2B, 3 RBI, K
Chris Hoo, C: 1-3 RBI
Junior Sosa, RF: 2-4, K, SB (2)
Michael Mader, SP: 7 IP, 4 H, BB, 6 K
Andy Beltre, RP: 2 IP, 3 H, 3 K

7/9/2016 vs Tampa
W 3-2

Dexter Kjerstad, LF: 2-3, 2B, 2 RBI
Jeremias Pineda, LF: 4-5, 3 R
Junior Sosa, RF: 3-5, BB
Brad Haynal, DH: 1-4, 2B, RBI, K
Chris Hoo, C: 1-3, BB
Jarred Cosart, SP (rehab): 5 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, BB, 3 K
Ben Holmes, RP: 3 IP, 2 H, 3 K

7/10/2016 vs Tampa
W 4-2

Jeremias Pineda, CF: 2-4, R, SB (6)
Junior Sosa, RF: 1-2, R, BB, 2 SB (3, 4)
Brian Schales, 2B: 1-4, RBI
Rony Cabrera, SS: 1-3, BB, K
Dexter Kjerstad, LF: 0-2, RBI, R, 2 BB, K
Luis Castillo, SP: 5 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, 4 K
Jeff Brigham, RP: 4 IP, SV (1), 3 BB, 7 K

7/11/2016 vs Tampa
W 5-3

Brad Haynal, 1B: 2-3, 2 RBI, K
Dexter Kjerstad, DH: 1-4, RBI, 2 K
John Norwood, RF: 1-3, 2 RBI, 2 R, K
Avery Romero, 3B: 1-4, 2B, K
Rehiner Cordova, 2B: 1-3, 2 R, BB
Dillon Peters, SP: 5.1 IP, 8 H, ER, 7 K

7/13/2016 @ Brevard County
L/13 3-4

Dexter Kjerstad, LF: 3-5, HR (9), 2 RBI, 2 R, 2 BB, K
Rodrigo Vigil, C: 2-6, 2B, RBI, BB
John Norwood, RF: 2-6, R, BB, 3 K
Jeremias Pineda, DH: 1-6, 2 BB, K, 2 SB (7, 8)
Jorgan Cavanerio, SP: 6 IP, 4 H, ER, BB, 5 K
Andy Beltre, RP: 2 IP, 4 K
Esmerling De La Rosa/Jose Adames, RP: 2 IP, H, K

7/14/2016 @ Brevard County
W 3-1

Brad Haynal, 1B: 1-2, RBI, 2 BB
Rony Cabrera, SS: 1-2, RBI, BB
John Norwood, RF: 1-4, R, K
Dexter Kjerstad, LF: 1-4, R
Michael Mader, SP: 7 IP, 7 H, R, 6 K
Ben Holmes, RP: 2 IP, SV (1), H

7/15/2016 @ Brevard County
L 3-4

John Norwood, RF: 3-4, R, SB (10)
Rony Cabrera, SS: 2-4, R, K
Avery Romero, 3B: 1-3, RBI
Dexter Kjerstad, LF: 1-4, HR (10), RBI, R, 2 K
Junior Sosa, DH: 1-3, R, BB, K
Luis Castillo, SP: 5 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 6 K

7/16/2016 @ Brevard County
W 3-1

John Norwood, RF: 2-4, 3B, R
Dexter Kjerstad, LF: 2-2, 2 RBI, 2 BB
Brad Haynal, DH: 1-3, RBI, R, BB, K
Jeff Brigham SP: 5 IP, 5 H, R (0 ER), BB, 4 K
Bullpen: 3 IP, 2 H, BB, 5 K

7/17/2016 @ Daytona
W 3-0

Chris Hoo, C: 1-3, HR (2), RBI, R
Avery Romero, 3B: 1-4, 2B, RBI
Junior Sosa, DH: 2-4, RBI, K
Dexter Kjerstad, LF: 1-4, R, 3 K
Dillon Peters, SP: 6 IP, 3 H, 2 BB, 5 K
Bullpen: 2 IP, K

7/18/2016 @ Daytona
L 5-11

John Norwood, DH: 4-5, 2B, RBI, R, K
Taylor Ard, PH-LF: 1-2, RBI, K
Avery Romero, 3B: 1-2, R, BB, SB (1)
Rony Cabrera, SS: 2-5, 2 K
Brian Schales, 2B: 1-4, RBI
Jorgan Cavanerio, SP: 2.2 IP, 8 H, 8 ER, 2 BB
James Buckelew, RP: 3.1 IP, 2 H, BB, 4 K

7/19/2016 @ Daytona
L/11 2-3

Dexter Kjerstad, DH: 2-5, 2B, 2 K
Avery Romero, 3B/Taylor Ard, 1B: 2-5, RBI, K
Rony Cabera, SS: 1-4, BB, K
Michael Mader, SP: 6 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 7 K
Ben Holmes, RP: 3 IP, 2 BB, 2 K

7/20/2016 @ Daytona
W 5-1

John Norwood, RF: 2-3, R, BB, SB (11)
Rodrigo Vigil, C: 3-4, 2B, RBI
Avery Romero, 3B: 2-4, RBI, R, BB, K
Taylor Ard, 1B: 2-4, 2B, RBI, R, K
Rony Cabrera, SS: 1-4, 2 RBI, R
Luis Castillo, SP: 6 IP, 2 H, 7 K

7/21/2016 vs Dunedin
W 1-0

Brian Schales, 2B: 1-3, 2B, RBI
Chris Hoo, C/John Norwood, RF: 1-3
Taylor Ard, 1B: 1-3, K
Jeff Brigham, SP: 7 IP, 4 H, BB, 10 K
Scott Squier, RP: 2 IP, 2 H, 2 K

7/22/2016 vs Dunedin
W 9-3

Junior Sosa, LF: 4-5, 4 RBI, R
John Norwood, RF: 1-4, 2 RBI, K
Justin Bohn 3B: 2-4, 3B, R
Brian Schales, 2B: 2-3, 3 R, BB
Jeremias Pineda, CF: 4-4, RBI, 3 R, BB
Dillon Peters, SP: 6 IP, 5 H, ER, 5 K

7/23/2016 vs Dunedin
W 10-0

Dexter Kjerstad, LF: 1-4, HR (11), 2 RBI, R, BB, K
Taylor Ard, 1B: 2-4, HR (10), 3 RBI, R
Rony Cabrera, SS: 2-4, 2 RBI, R, K
Junior Sosa, CF: 2-5, R, 2 K
Brad Haynal, DH: 1-4, RBI, 2 R, BB
Brian Schales, 2B: 1-3, RBI, R, BB, K
Jorgan Cavanerio, SP: 5 IP, 4 H, BB, 5 K
Bullpen: 4 IP, H, 6 K

7/24/2016 vs Dunedin
W 5-0

Dexter Kjerstad, LF: 1-3, HR (12), 3 RBI, 2 R, BB, K, SB (6)
Junior Sosa, CF: 2-4, 2B< RBI, K
Taylor Ard, DH: 1-4, RBI
Chris Hoo, C: 1-2, 2 R, BB
Michael Mader, SP: 5 IP, 2 H, 3 BB, 5 K
Bullpen: 4 IP, 2 H, 3 BB, 4 K

7/26/2016 vs Charlotte
W 3-1

Brad Haynal, DH: 1-2, HR (2), 2 RBI, R
Dexter Kjerstad, LF: 2-4, H, K, SB (8)
Taylor Ard, 1B: 2-3, 2B, R
Junior Sosa, CF: 1-4, RBI
Luis Castillo, SP: 6 IP, 6 H, ER, BB, 6 K
Scott Squier, RP: 2.2 IP, 4 K

7/27/2016 vs Charlotte
L 3-8

Junior Sosa, CF: 2-3, R, BB
John Norwood, RF: 1-4, 2B, RBI, R, K
Taylor Ard, DH: 1-3, RBI, 2 K
Brad Haynal, 1B: 1-3, 2B, R, BB
Justin Bohn, SS: 1-3, RBI
Jeff Brigham, SP: 6 IP, 5 H, ER, 2 BB, 3 K

7/28/2016 vs Charlotte
W 3-0

Justin Bohn, 3B: 3-3, RBI, R, SB (4)
Dexter Kjerstad, LF: 2-4, 2 K
Rony Cabrera, SS: 2-4, 2B, R
Jeremias Pineda, CF: 1-4, RBI, 2 K
Dillon Peters, SP: 6.1 IP, 4 H, BB, 4 K

7/29/2016 @ Dunedin
L 2-3

Taylor Ard, 1B: 2-3, HR (11), 2 RBI, R, K
Rodrigo Vigil, C/Brian Schales, 2B: 1-3
Jorgan Cavanerio, SP: 7 IP, 5 H, ER, 2 K

7/30/2016 @ Dunedin
L 3-9

Brad Haynal, DH: 1-4, HR (3), 2 RBI, R, 3 K
Avery Romero, 3B: 1-3, 2B, RBI, R, BB, K
Michael Mader, SP: 4.1 IP, 9 H, 7 R (6 ER), 3 BB, 2 K

7/31/2016 @ Dunedin
L 5-6

John Norwood, RF: 1-4, HR (8), 3 RBI, R, 2 K
Taylor Ard, DH: 2-2, 2B, RBI, 2 BB
Brad Haynal, 1B: 1-4, RBI, 2 K
Scott Squier, SP: 3 IP, 5 H, 4 R (3 ER), BB, K
Ben Holmes, RP: 3 IP, 3 H, BB, 2 K

 

Greensboro Grasshoppers



7/1/2016 @ Lakewood
W 8-4

Josh Naylor, 1B: 3-4, HR (9), 2 RBI, 2 R, BB
Isael Soto, RF: 3-4, 2 2B, RBI, R
Casey Soltis, LF: 1-4, 2 RBI
Angel Reyes, DH: 2-5, 2 RBI, R, K
Justin Twine, 2B: 1-5, 3B, R, K
Anfernee Seymour, SS: 1-5, R, K, SB (30)
LJ Brewster, SP: 4 IP, 2 H, 3 R (2 ER), 3 BB, 2 K

7/2/2016 @ Lakewood
W 9-2

Angel Reyes, DH: 2-4, HR (4), 5 RBI, R, 2 K
Josh Naylor, 1B: 1-4, 2B, 2 R, BB, K
Roy Morales, C: 2-4, 2B, 2 R
Casey Soltis, LF: 1-4, 3B, 2 RBI, 2 K
Zach Sullivan, CF: 1-4, 2 RBI, R, 3 K
Aaron Blanton, 3B: 1-3, 2B, 2 R, BB
Steven Farnworth, SP: 6 IP, H, ER, BB, 2 K

7/3/2016 @ Lakewood
W 4-3

Giovanny Alfonzo, SS: 2-4, R, K
Zach Sullivan, CF: 1-3, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 K
John Silviano, C: 1-4, 2B, K
Isael Soto, RF: 1-3, R, BB, 2 K
Justin Jacome, SP: 1.2 IP, 5 H, 3 ER, 3 BB, 3 K
Ben Meyer, RP: 4.1 IP, 2 H, BB, 4 K
Jose Quijada, RP: 2 IP, H, 2 K

7/4/2016 vs West Virginia
W 5-2

Aaron Blanton, 3B: 2-4, HR (5), 3 RBI, R, K
Roy Morales, C: 2-4, 2B, 2 RBI, R, K
Isael Soto, RF: 2-4, 2B, R, K
Josh Naylor, 1B: 1-4, R, K
Cody Poteet, SP: 5 IP, 2 H, 4 BB, 4 K

7/5/2016 vs West Virginia
W 2-1

Aaron Blanton, 3B: 2-2, 2B, RBI, BB
John Silviano, C: 1-4, 2B
Josh Naylor, 1B: 1-4, RBI, 2 K
Chuck Weaver, SP: 6 IP, 2 H, ER, 2 BB, 3 K
Bullpen: 3 IP, BB, 3 K

7/6/2016 vs West Virginia
W 3-0

Aaron Blanton, 3B: 1-3, HR (6), 2 RBI, R, K
John Silviano, DH: 1-3, R, BB, K
Justin Twine, 2B: 1-3, RBI, R, K
Kyle Barrett, LF: 2-3
LJ Brewster, SP: 5 IP, H, BB, K
Bullpen: 4 IP, H, BB, 5 K

7/7/2016 vs Kannapolis
W 5-2

Kyle Barrett, CF: 1-3, HR (1), RBI, R
Angel Reyes, DH: 2-3, 2 2B, R, BB
Anfernee Seymour, SS: 2-4, 2B, 2 R, K, SB (33)
Josh Naylor, 1B: 1-3, RBI, K
Steven Farnworth, SP: 5 IP, 2 H, 2 BB, K
Ryley MacEachern, RP: 2 IP, 2 K

7/8/2016 vs Kannapolis
W 7-4

John Silviano, C: 2-5, HR (2), 2 RBI, R, K
Kyle Barrett, LF: 2-3, HR (2), 2 RBI, R
Isael Soto, RF: 1-4, HR (5), 2 RBI, R, K
Aaron Blanton, 3B: 2-3, 2B, R, BB
Justin Twine, 2B: 2-3, 2B, BB, K
Anfernee Seymour, SS: 1-4, 2B, RBI, R
Justin Jacome, SP: 3 IP, 3 H, K
Ben Meyer, RP: 4 IP, H, 5 K

7/9/2016 vs Kannapolis
L/7 0-1

Team: 1-22, BB, 9 K
Cody Poteet, SP: 6 IP, 4 H, ER, 6 K

7/10/2016 vs Kannapolis
L 2-10

Aaron Blanton, 3B/Angel Reyes, 1B: 2-4, 2B
Roy Morales, C: 2-3, R, BB
Justin Twine, 2B: 1-4, RBI, R
Anfernee Seymour, SS: 1-5, RBI, K
Chuck Weaver, SP: 3.2 IP, 12 H, 8 R (7 ER), BB, 6 K

7/12/2016 @ Greenville
L 5-6

Angel Reyes, DH: 1-5, HR (5), RBI, R, 3 K
Justin Twine, 2B: 3-3, RBI, 2 R
Aaron Blanton, 3B: 1-3, RBI, K
Zach Sullivan, CF: 1-3, RBI, BB
Isael Soto, RF: 1-4, 2B, R, K
LJ Brewster, SP: 3.1 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, BB, 2 K
Jose Quijada, RP: 2.2 IP, 2 H, ER, 6 K

7/13/2016 @ Greenville
L 4-6

John Silivano, C: 2-3, 2 HR (3, 4), 3 RBI, 2 R, BB, K
Josh Naylor, 1B: 3-4, 2B
Isael Soto, RF: 1-4, HR (6), RBI, R, 2 K
Steven Farnworth, SP: 3 IP, 5 H, 3 ER, BB, 3 K
Ryley MacEachern, RP: 3 IP, 3 H, ER, 3 K

7/14/2016 @ Greenville
L 1-3

Anfernee Seymour, SS: 2-5, 2B, R
Josh Naylor, 1B: 1-4, RBI
Isael Soto, RF: 1-3, BB
Casey Soltis, LF: 2-4, 2B, K
Justin Jacome, SP: 4 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, BB, 8 K
Parker Bugg, RP: 2 IP, BB, K

7/15/2016 @ Kannapolis
PPD (rain)
Rescheduled to 7/17


7/16/2016 @ Kannapolis
PPD (rain)
Rescheduled to 7/28

7/17/2016 @ Kannapolis

Game 1
L/7 2-3

Josh Naylor, 1B: 1-3, 2B, RBI, K
Roy Morales, C: 1-3, R, K
Aaron Blanton, 3B: 1-3, RBI
Angel Reyes, DH: 1-3
Cody Poteet, SP: 4.1 IP, 7 H, ER, BB, 7 K

Game 2
W/7 5-4

John Silviano, C: 4-4, 2 2B, HR (5), 3 RBI, R
Justin Twine, 2B: 2-3, 2B, RBI, R
Giovanny Alfonzo, 2B-SS: 1-3, 2B, R
Zach Sullivan, CF: 1-3, 2B, K
LJ Brewster, SP: 4 IP, 6 H, 4 R (1 ER), 2 BB, 2 K
Bullpen: 3 IP, 4 K

7/18/2016 @ Kannapolis
W 7-3

Isael Soto, RF: 3-4, HR (7), 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R, BB
Josh Naylor, 1B: 5-5, 2 2B, RBI
Kyle Barrett, LF: 3-4, 2B, 2 RBI, R
Angel Reyes, 3B: 1-5, RBI, R, K
Steven Farnworth, SP: 5 IP, 3 H, ER, 2 BB, 3 K

7/20/2016 vs Greenville
W 8-3

Aaron Blanton, 3B: 1-3, HR (7), 4 RBI, R, K
Casey Soltis, LF: 1-4, HR (1), RBI, R, 3 K
Josh Naylor, 1B: 2-4, 2B, RBI, R
Roy Morales, C: 2-4, RBI, R
Isael Soto, RF: 1-3, 2 R, BB
Kyle Barrett, CF: 2-3, RBI, R, BB
Justin Jacome, SP: 4 IP, 2 H, ER, 5 BB, 5 K
Parker Bugg, RP: 2 IP, H, 2 BB, K

7/21/2016 vs Greenville
L 0-2

Kyle Barrett, LF: 1-3, BB, K
Team: 2-28, 3 BB, 11 K
Ben Meyer, SP: 5 IP, 3 H, ER, BB, 3 K
Tyler Kinley, RP: 2 IP, H, K

7/22/2016 vs Greenville
W 4-3

Giovanny Alfonzo, 2B: 2-3, HR (1), RBI, 2 R
Kyle Barrett, LF: 2-4, 2B, RBI
Anfernee Seymour, SS: 2-4, 2 R
Josh Naylor, 1B: 1-3, RBI
Angel Reyes, DH: 1-4, RBI
Cody Poteet, SP: 5 IP, 5 H, 2 R, (1 ER), 1 BB, 3 K
Ryley MacEachern, RP: 2 IP, 2 K

7/23/2016 vs Augusta
W 6-5

Kyle Barrett, LF: 3-4, 3B, 2 RBI, R, K
John Silviano, C: 2-4, 2 2B, RBI, R
Isael Soto, RF: 2-4, RBI
Josh Naylor, 1B: 1-4, RBI, R
LJ Brewster, SP: 6 IP, 2 H, 2 K
Parker Bugg, RP: IP, K

7/24/2016 vs Augusta
L 3-4

Isael Soto, RF: 3-4, HR (8), 3B, 2B, 3 RBI, R
Josh Naylor, 1B: 1-4, 2B, 2 R
Roy Morales, C: 1-3, BB
Steven Farnworth, SP: 5 IP, 7 H, 3 R (2 ER)
Tyler Kinley, RP: 2 IP, 2 H, BB, 2 K

7/25/2016 vs Augusta
L 1-5

Giovanny Alfonzo, 3B: 1-3, HR (2), RBI, R
Justin Jacome, SP: 5 IP, 4 H, 2 ER (1 ER), BB, 2 K
Ryley MachEachern, RP: 2 IP, BB, 2 K

7/26/2016 vs Augusta
L 1-3

Zach Sullivan, CF: 2-4, HR (3), RBI, R, K
Angel Reyes, 1B: 1-3, 2B, K
Isael Soto, RF: 1-3, BB
Ben Meyer, SP: 5 IP, 4 H, 3 R (2 ER), BB, 4 K
Bullpen: 4 IP, 3 H, BB, 5 K

7/28/2016 @ Kannapolis

Game 1
L/7 1-2

Anfernee Seymour, SS: 1-2, 2B, K
Josh Naylor, 1B: 2-3, K
Justin Twine, 2B: 1-3, K
Cody Poteet, SP: 5 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, BB, 3 K

Game 2
W/7 4-2

Justin Twine, 2B: 1-3, 2B, 3 RBI
Josh Naylor, 1B: 1-3, RBI, R
Anfernee Seymour, SS: 1-4, 2B, R
Giovanny Alfonzo, 3B: 1-3
Trevor Richards, SP: 5 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 5 K
CJ Robinson, RP: 1.1 IP, SV (20), BB, K

7/29/2016 @ Kannapolis
L 4-6

Kyle Barrett, LF: 3-5, RBI, K
Giovanny Alfonzo, 3B: 3-4, RBI, R, K
Anfernee Seymour, SS: 2-5, 2 R, SB (34)
Angel Reyes, 1B: 1-4, 2 RBI, BB
Justin Twine, 2B: 1-4, 2B, R
Roy Morales, C: 1-3, BB
LJ Brewster, SP: 0.1 IP, 2 H, 4 ER, 2 BB
Kyle Keller, RP: 2.2 IP, 3 H, 4 K

7/30/2016 @ Kannapolis
W 11-2

Justin Twine, 2B: 4-5, 2B, 3 RBI, R, K
Angel Reyes, 1B: 3-5, 2B, RBI, 3 R
Roy Morales, C: 3-4, 2 RBI, 2 R
Giovanny Alfonzo, 3B: 2-5, 3B, RBI, R, 2 K
Zach Sullivan, CF: 1-4, RBI, R, 2 K, SB (7)
Kyle Barrett, LF: 2-5, RBI, R, K, SB (11)
Steven Farnworth, SP: 5 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, BB, 5 K
Marcus Crescentini, RP: 2 IP, H, BB, 2 K

7/31/2016 @ Kannapolis
L 1-2

Justin Twine, 2B: 3-4, K
Giovanny Alfonzo, SS: 3-4
Anfenree Seymour, DH: 1-4, 2B, RBI, K
Justin Jacome, SP: 3 IP, 2 H, 4 BB, K
Isaac Gil, RP: 2 IP, H, BB, K

 

Batavia Muckdogs



7/1/2016 @ Williamsport
L 1-3

Samuel Castro, SS: 3-4, K
J.J. Gould, 3B: 1-4, 2B, 2 K
David Gauntt, C: 2-4, 2B< 2 K
Rony Cabera, 2B: 1-3, K
Jhonny Santon, LF: 1-4, R
Jose Diaz, SP: 5 IP, 2 H, 2 K

7/2/2016 @ Williamsport
L 1-4

Corey Bird, CF: 1-4, 2B, R, K
Jhonny Santos, RF: 1-4, 2B
Aaron Knapp, DH: 1-3, BB, 2 K
Javier Garcia, SP: 4.1 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 3 K
Brent Wheatley, RP: 2 IP, H, R (0 ER), BB, K

7/3/2016 @ Williamsport
W 6-2

Aaron Knapp, CF: 2-3, 3B, 2 RBI, R
Pablo Garcia, C: 2-4, RBI, R
Eric Gutierrez, 1B: 2-4, 2B, 2 R
Corey Bird, DH: 2-4, RBI, R
Travis Neubeck, SP: 4.2 IP, 6 H, 4 ER, BB, K

7/4/2016 vs Brooklyn
L 1-5

Isaiah White, DH: 2-3
Team: 4-31, 11 K
Reilly Hovis, SP: 4 IP, 7 H, 4 ER, BB, K
Parker Bugg, RP: 2 IP, K

7/5/2016 vs Brooklyn
L 1-5

Corey Bird, CF: 2-4, R, K
Pablo Garcia, C: 1-3, 2B
Aaron Knapp, RF 1-3
Ryan McKay, SP: 5 IP, 3 H, R (0 ER), 4 BB, 2 K
Shane Sawczak, RP: 1.2 IP, H, K

7/6/2016 vs Brooklyn
W 15-2

Eric Gutierrez, 1B: 3-3, HR (1), 2B, 4 RBI, 2 R, BB, SB (1)
J.J. Gould, SS: 1-4, HR (1), 3 RBI, R, BB
Kris Goodman, DH: 3-4, RBI, 3 R, BB
Joseph Chavez, 2B: 2-3, 2 RBI, R
Aaron Knapp, RF: 3-5, RBI, 4 R, 2 K
Jordan Holloway, SP: 4.2 IP, 2 H, 2 R (0 ER), 2 BB, 7 K
Bullpen: 4.1 IP, H, 6 K

7/8/2016 @ Vermont
L 1-4

Kris Goodman, 2B: 2-3, 2B
Eric Gutierrez, 1B: 1-4, RBI, 2 K
Jose Diaz, SP: 4.2 IP, 4 H, 4 ER, 3 BB, 2 K
Sam Perez, RP: 2 IP, 2 K

7/9/2016 @ Vermont
L 3-8

J.J. Gould, 3B: 3-3, 2 2B, 2 R, BB
Jhonny Santos, RF: 1-3, 2 RBI
Isaiah White, LF: 2-4
Travis Neubeck, SP: 0.1 IP, 2 H, 5 R (4 ER), 2 BB, K
Shane Sawczak, RP: 3 IP, H, BB

7/10/2016 @ Vermont
W 6-5

Javier Lopez, 3B: 2-4, 2 2B, R, K
Aaron Knapp, RF: 2-4, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R, BB, K, 4 SB (3, 4, 5, 6)
Reilly Hovis, SP: 5 IP, 2 H, ER, BB, 7 K
Trenton Hill, RP: 2 IP, H, BB, 3 K

7/11/2016 @ Williamsport
L 6-10

Corey Bird, CF: 2-5, 3 RBI, R, K
Joseph Chavez, 2B: 2-4, RBI, 2 R
Javier Lopez, 3B: 1-4, RBI, R
Eric Gutierrez, 1B: 1-4, RBI, BB
Ryan McKay, SP: 5 IP, 3 H, 4 R (2 ER), 2 BB, 2 K

7/12/2016 @ Williamsport
L 4-9

J.J. Gould, 3B: 4-5, 2B, RBI, R
Jhonny Santos, RF: 2-4, HR (2), RBI, R, K
Kris Goodman, 2B: 1-5, 2B, K
Jordan Holloway, SP: 3 IP, 7 H, 4 R (3 ER), BB, 3 K

7/13/2016 @ Williamsport
L 7-8

Eric Gutierrez, 1B: 2-4, HR (2), 4 RBI, 2 R, BB, K
Pablo Garcia, C: 2-5, R
Colby Lusignan, DH: 1-4, RBI, BB, 2 K
J.J. Gould, 3B: 1-4, 2 RBI, K
Corey Bird, LF: 0-3, 2 BB, 2 R, K, 3 SB (3, 4, 5)
Jose Diaz, SP: 5 IP, 3 H, 3 BB, K

7/14/2016 vs Aberdeen
L 2-8

Colby Lusignan, DH: 1-3, RBI, BB, 2 K
Aaron Knapp, RF: 1-4, R, K
Javier Garcia, SP: 3 IP, 6 H, 8 R (5 ER), 4 BB, 2 K
Trenton Hill, RP: 3 IP, 2 H, 4 K

7/15/2016 vs Aberdeen
L 2-4

J.J. Gould, SS: 4-4, 2 2B, R
Aaron Knapp, CF: 1-4, RBI
Mike Garzillo, 2B: 1-3, K
Travis Neubeck, SP: 5 IP, 6 H, 4 R (2 ER), 2 BB, 3 K
Alejandro Mateo, RP: 3 IP, 3 H, K

7/16/2016 vs Aberdeen
L 0-9

Javier Lopez, 3B: 2-3
Pablo Garcia, C: 1-3, 2B
Corey Bird, LF: 1-2, BB
Reilly Hovis, SP: 3.1 IP, 10 H, 6 ER, BB, 3 K
Dustin Beggs, RP: 2 IP, H, BB, K

7/17/2016 @ Tri-City
L 8-9

Colby Lusignan, 1B: 1-3, 2B, 3 RBI, R, 2 BB, 2 K
Pablo Garcia, C: 2-4, R
Mike Garzillo, 2B: 2-4, 2 R, K
Aaron Knapp, RF: 2-4, RBI, R, SB (7)
Isaiah White, DH: 2-5, 2 RBI, K
Ryan McKay, SP: 3 IP, 5 H, 4 ER, 2 BB, 2 K
Trevor Richards, RP: 3 IP, H, BB, 3 K

7/18/2016 @ Tri-City
L 3-6

J.J. Goud, 2B: 3-4, HR (2), RBI, 2 R
Samuel Castro, SS: 2-4, 2B, RBI, K
Eric Gutierrez, 1B: 1-3, K
Jordan Holloway, SP: 2.1 IP, 4 H, 3 ER, 4 BB, 2 K

7/19/2016 @ Tri-City
W/10 6-4

Alex Jones, C: 3-4, RBI, R
J.J. Gould, 3B: 1-4, 2 RBI, BB, 2 K, SB (1)
Kris Goodman, DH: 2-4, R, BB, K
Eric Gutierrez, 1B: 1-4, 2B, R
Jose Diaz, SP: 4 IP, 8 H, 3 ER, 6 K
Chad Smith, RP: 2 IP, 2 K
Dustin Beggs, RP: 2 IP, 2 H, 2 BB, 2 K

7/21/2016 vs Williamsport
L/10 0-1

Jhonny Santos, RF: 2-4, K
Corey Bird, LF: 1-4, K
Trevor Richards, SP: 4 IP, H, BB, 6 K
Travis Neubeck, RP: 3 IP, H, 4 K

7/22/2016 vs Williamsport
L 0-8

Javier Lopez, 3B: 2-4, K
Samuel Castro, 2B: 1-2, 2 BB
Eric Gutierrez, DH: 1-4, K
Reilly Hovis, SP: 3 IP, 5 H, 5 R (4 ER), 2 K

7/24/2016 vs State College
L 6-8

Mike Garzillo, 2B: 3-3, 3B, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R
Alex Jones, C: 2-3, R, 2 BB
Corey Bird, LF: 1-3, 2 RBI, R, BB
Ryan McKay, SP: 4.2 IP, 6 H, 5 R (3 ER), 3 BB
Alejandro Mateo, RP: 2 IP, H, 2 K

7/25/2016 vs State College
PPD (rain)
Rescheduled to 7/26

7/26/2016 vs State College

Game 1
W/7 4-1

J.J. Gould, 3B: 2-3, 2B, 3 RBI
Aaron Knapp, RF: 1-1, RBI, R, 2 BB
Isaiah White, CF: 1-3, 2B, R, K
Jose Diaz, SP: 4 IP, 2 H, K
Shane Sawczak, RP: IP, 3 H, 2 K
Dustin Beggs, RP: IP

Game 2
L/7 2-8

Branden Berry, 1B: 2-3, 2B, R, BB
Alex Jones, DH: 1-3, 2B, RBI, K
Kris Goodman, LF: 1-3, BB, K
Travis Neubeck, SP: 3 iP, 2 H, 2 R (0 ER), BB, K

7/28/2016 @ Lowell
L/10 3-5

J.J. Gould, 3B: 1-2, R, 2 BB, K
Corey Bird, CF: 1-4
Sam Perez, SP: 2.1 IP, 6 H, 3 ER

7/29/2016 @ Lowell
W 7-5

Isaiah White, DH: 2-5, 3B, 2B, 3 RBI, R, 2 K
Jarrett Rindfleisch, C: 2-4, HR (1), 2 RBI, R, BB
Aaron Knapp, CF: 2-5, R, K
Mike Garzillo, 2B: 2-5, R, K, SB (1)
Branden Berry, 1B: 1-4, RBI, R, BB
Samuel Castro, SS: 1-3, RBI, BB, K
Dylan Lee, SP: 4 IP, H, BB

7/30/2016 @ Lowell
L 3-4

Branden Berry, 1B: 2-4, 2B, RBI, K
Javier Lopez, 3B: 2-3, RBI, SB (2)
Corey Bird, CF: 1-3, R, K, SB (7)
Aaron Knapp, RF: 1-4, R, 2 K, SB (10)
Ryan McKay, SP: 4 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, BB, 4 K
Trenton Hill, RP: 2 IP, 2 H, BB, 2 K

7/31/2016 vs Hudson Valley
L 1-4

Eric Gutierrez, SS: 2-4, 2 2B, R, K
Corey Bird, CF: 1-3, BB
J.J. Gould, SS: 2-4
Jose Diaz, SP: 3 IP, 2 H, 2 BB
Reilly Hovis, RP: 2 IP, 2 H, K

Monthly Roundup: June 2016

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6/1/2016 @ Memphis
L 2-3

Matt Juengel, 3B: 2-2, HR (3) 2 RBI, 2 BB
Kenny Wilson, CF: 0-2, BB, SB (16), R
Chris Narveson, SP: 5.2 IP, 8 H, 3 ER, 2 BB, 4 K
Brian Ellington, RP: 2 IP, H, 4 K

6/2/2016 @ Memphis
W 4-1

Tomas Telis, 1B: 1-4, RBI, R, K
Carlos Corporan, C: 1-4, 2B, 2 RBI, R, K
Zach Lutz, 2B: 1-3, K
Chris Reed, SP: 6 IP, 2 H, 2 BB, 6 K
Cody Ege, RP: 2 IP, H

6/3/2016 @ Memphis
W 5-1

Carlos Corporan, C: 2-4, HR (1), 4 RBI, R, K
Matt Juengel, 3B: 2-4, 2B, R, K
Isaac Galloway, RF: 2-3, 2 R
Jarred Cosart, SP: 3.2 IP, 2 H, ER, BB, 2 K
Jo-Jo Reyes, RP: 2.1 IP, 2 H, K
Eric Jokisch, RP: 2 IP, H, BB, K

6/4/2016 vs Colorado Springs
W/5 3-0

Destin Hood, LF: 1-1, RBI, R, BB
Adrian Nieto, C: 1-2, 2 RBI, K
Tomas Telis, 1B: 0-1, R, BB, K
Paul Clemens, SP: 5 IP, 2 H, BB, 5 K

6/5/2016 vs Colorado Springs
W 3-0

Tomas Telis, C: 1-4, HR (2), RBI, R
Austin Nola, 2B: 2-3, 2B, R, BB
Matt Juengel, 3B: 1-3, 2B, R, BB
Isaac Galloway, CF: 1-3, BB, SB (17)
Dylan Axelrod, SP: 6 IP, 3 H, 2 BB, 3 K
Bullpen: 3 IP, 2 H, 5 K

6/6/2016 vs Colorado Springs
L 1-2

Brady Shoemaker, 1B: 2-3, RBI, BB
Isaac Galloway, CF: 1-4, 3B, R, K
Chris Narveson, SP: 7 IP, H, BB, 4 K

6/7/2016 vs Colorado Springs
W 11-2

Adrian Nieto, C: 3-4, HR (1), 2B, 5 RBI, R
Destin Hood, LF: 3-4, 3 RBI, R
Isaac Galloway, CF: 1-4, 2 RBI, R, K
Elliot Soto, 2B: 2-4, 2B, 2 R
Jose Urena, SP: 2.2 IP, H, BB, 2 K
Greg Nappo, RP: 4.1 IP, H, 2 ER, 2 BB, K
Jo-Jo Reyes, RP: 2 IP, H, BB, 2 K

6/9/2016 vs Omaha
W 5-1

Destin Hood, LF: 2-4, 2B, 3B, RBI, R, K
Carlos Corporan, C: 2-4, RBI, R, K
Tomas Telis, 1B/Matt Juengel, 3B: 1-4, RBI, R
Chris Reed, SP: 7 IP, H, 4 K

6/10/2016 vs Omaha
W 3-2

Destin Hood, DH: 1-4, HR (9), 3 RBI, R, K
Matt Juengel, 3B: 2-4
Tomas Telis, 1B: 2-4, K
Paul Clemens, SP: 7 IP, 4 H, BB, 6 K

6/11/2016 vs Omaha
W 3-1

Xavier Scruggs, DH: 2-3, HR (5), RBI, R, K
Robert Andino, SS: 2-4, 2 R, K
Austin Nola, 2B: 2-4
Destin Hood, LF: 1-3, 2 RBI
Dylan Axelrod, SP: 7 IP, 3 H, ER, BB, 3 K

6/12/2016 vs Omaha
W 7-4

Brady Shoemaker, DH: 2-4, 2B, 2 RBI, R
Isaac Galloway, RF: 2-4, RBI, R
Kenny Wilson, CF: 1-3, RBI, BB
Elliot Soto, 2B: 2-4, RBI, R, BB
Jose Urena, SP: 5 IP, 5 H, 3 ER, 4 K

6/13/2016 @ Round Rock
W 6-0

Robert Andino, SS: 2-5, HR (6), 2B, 2 RBI, R
Tomas Telis, C: 2-4, 2B, 3 RBI, K
Xavier Scruggs, DH: 1-2, 2 R, 2 BB, K
Chris Narveson, SP: 7 IP, 2 H, 8 K
Greg Nappo, RP: 2 IP, H, K

6/14/2016 @ Round Rock
L 2-4

Brady Shoemaker, DH: 1-4, HR (1), RBI, R
Carlos Corporan, C: 2-4, R
Robert Andino, LF: 1-4, 2B, RBI, 3 K
Chris Reed, SP: 7 IP, 4 H, ER, 4 K

6/15/2016 @ Round Rock
W/14 8-6

Xavier Scruggs, 1B: 2-6, 2 HR (6, 7), 2 RBI, 3 R, BB, K
Matt Juengel, 3B: 1-5, HR (6), RBI, R, 2 BB, 2 K
Isaac Galloway, RF: 3-7, R, K
Destin Hood, LF: 2-6, R, BB, K, SB (6)
Robert Andino, SS: 2-6, BB, K
Paul Clemens, SP: 6.1 IP, 2 H, 5 ER, 4 BB, 7 K
Craig Breslow, RP: 3 IP, 2 H, 4 K

6/16/2016 @ Round Rock
L 2-3

Robert Andino, SS: 1-3, HR (7), RBI, BB, R
Austin Nola, 2B: 2-4, R
Destin Hood, 2-4, 2B, RBI
Dylan Axelrod, SP: 7 IP, 6 H, 3 ER, 4 K

6/17/2016 vs Oklahoma City
L 2-6

Isaac Galloway, RF: 1-3, 2B, R, K
Kenny Wilson, CF: 1-3, RBI, SB (20),
Austin Nola, 2B: 1-4, RBI, 2 K
Jose Urena, SP: 5 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, 3 BB, 4 K

6/18/2016 vs Oklahoma City
L 2-8

Isaac Galloway, RF: 1-3, 3B, R, BB, K
Kenny Wilson, CF: 1-3, RBI, K
Destin Hood, LF: 1-4, RBI, 2 K
Greg Nappo, SP: 3 IP, 4 H, 5 ER, 3 BB, 3 K
Tyler Kinley, RP: 1.2 IP, H, 2 K

6/19/2016 vs Oklahoma City
L 2-5

Matt Juengel, 3B: 1-4, 2B, 2 RBI, K
Xavier Scruggs, LF: 2-3, R, BB
Elliot Soto, SS: 1-4, K
Tomas Telis, 1B: 1-4, R, K
Chris Reed, SP: 5 IP, 5 H, 4 ER, BB, 4 K
Tyler Bremer, RP: 3 IP, H, 3 K

6/20/2016 vs Oklahoma City
W 4-1

Destin Hood, RF: 2-2, HR (10), 2B, 2 RBI, BB
Matt Juengel, 3B: 1-4, RBI, R, K
Robert Andino, LF: 1-4, RBI, K
Isaac Galloway, CF: 1-4, R
Justin Niccolino, SP: 7 IP, 4 H, ER, 3 K

6/21/2016 @ Omaha
W 6-5

Brady Shoemaker, 1B: 3-5, HR (2), 2B, RBI, 2 R, K
Austin Nola, 2B: 3-5, 2 RBI, R
Don Kelly, DH: 2-3, R, K
Tomas Telis, C: 2-4, R, BB
Destin Hood, LF: 1-5, 2 RBI
Dylan Axelrod, SP: 5 IP, 5 H, 3 ER, 2 BB, 5 K

6/22/2016 @ Omaha
W 4-2

Destin Hood, LF: 2-4, HR (11), RBI, R
Brady Shoemaker, DH: 1-2, HR (3), RBI, R, 2 BB
Isaac Galloway, RF: 1-3, HR (5), RI, R, BB, K
Carlos Corporan, C: 1-4, HR (2), RBI, R, K
Jose Urena, SP: 2.2 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, 3 BB, 2 K
Eric Jokisch, RP: 3.1 IP, 2 H, BB, 2 K
Raudel Lazo, RP: 2 IP, BB

6/23/2016 @ Omaha
W 9-2

Robert Andino, SS: 3-5, 2 HR (8, 9), 2B, 4 RBI, 2 R, 2 K
Xavier Scruggs, 1B: 2-5, 2 R, K
Matt Juengel, 3B: 3-4, 2B, 2 R, BB, K
Destin Hood, RF-LF: 2-5, 2B, 2 RBI
Chris Narveson, SP: 5.1 IP, 2 H, ER, BB, 2 K

6/24/2016 @ Omaha
L 1-6

Tomas Telis, C: 2-4
Matt Juengel, 3B/Brady Shoemaker, DH: 1-3, BB
Chris Reed, SP: 4 IP, 5 H, 4 ER, 5 BB, 4 K

6/25/2016 @ Memphis
L 0-4

Brady Shoemaker, 1B: 2-4
Destin Hood, RF: 1-4, 2 K
Justin Niccolino, SP: 6.1 IP, 4 H, 2 R (1 ER), 2 BB, 6 K

6/26/2016 @ Memphis
L 4-6

Austin Nola, 3B: 2-5, HR (3), 3 RBI, R, K
Robert Andino, SS: 3-5, 2B, R, K
Destin Hood, RF: 2-5, HR (12), RBI, R, K
Tomas Telis, 1B/Elliot Soto, 2B: 2-4
Dylan Axelrod, SP: 5 IP, 5 H, 4 ER, BB, 2 K
Eric Jokisch, RP: 2 IP, H, BB, 2 K

6/27/2016 @ Memphis
L 3-4

Austin Nola, 2B: 1-3, HR (4), 2 RBI, R, BB
Xavier Scruggs, LF: 3-4, K
Don Kelly, 1B: 2-4, RBI, BB, K
Jose Urena, SP: 4.2 IP, 3 H, 2 BB, K

6/28/2016 @ Memphis
W 8-7

Tomas Telis, C: 2-5, HR (3), 3 RBI, R
Brady Shoemaker, 1B: 2-3, 2B, RBI, R, BB, K
Destin Hood, RF: 1-4, 2B, 2 RBI, R, BB, 2 K, SB (7)
Robert Andino, SS: 1-5, 2 RBI, K, SB (5)

6/30 @ Colorado Springs
L 3-7

Destin Hood, RF: 2-4, 2 2B, 2 R, 2 K
Matt Juengel, 3B: 2-4, RBI, K
Kenny Wilson, CF: 2-3, K
Asher Wojchiechowski, SPO: 2 IP, H, BB, K

 

Jackonville Suns


6/1/2016 vs Montgomery

Game 1
W 7-4

Chris Curley, 1B: 4-4, HR (1), 3B, 2B, 4 RBI, 3 R
Moises Sierra, RF: 1-4, HR (7), RBI, R
Peter Mooney, 32B: 2-4, 2 R
Cam Maron, C: 1-3, 2B, RBI, K
Jake Esch, SP: 4 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, BB, 2 K
Tyler Bremer, RP: 3 IP, 2 H, 2 K

Game 2
PPD (rain)
Reschuedled to 6/2

6/2/2016 vs Montgomery

Game 1
L/7 0-1

Yefri Perez, DH: 1-2, BB
Moises Sierra, RF: 1-3
Chris Curley, 1B: 1-3, K
Austin Brice, SP: 6.2 IP, 7 H, R (0 ER), 2 BB, 7 K

Game 2
PPD (rain)

6/3/2016 vs Montgomery
L 3-6

Cam Maron, C: 2-4, 2 2B, 2 R, K
Chris Curley, 1B: 1-4, R, K
Hunter Adkins, SP: 1.2 IP, 5 H, 5 ER, BB, K
Drew Steckenrider, RP: 2 IP, 2 K

6/4/2016 vs Montgomery
L 1-3

Jeremias Pineda, CF: 2-3, RBI, K
Moises Sierra, RF: 1-3, BB, 2 K
Cam Maron, DH: 1-2, BB
Patrick Johnson, SP: 7 IP, 4 H, ER, BB, 6 K

6/5/2016 @ Chattanooga
W 3-1

J.T. Riddle, SS: 3-4, RBI, R, BB
Moises Sierra, DH: 2-4, BB
Brian Anderson, 3B: 2-4
Chris Curley, 1B: 1-2, RBI, R, BB
Yefri Perez, CF: 1-4, 3B, RBI, R, 2 K
Jeremias Pineda, RF: 1-3, 3B, K
Chris Mazza, SP: 6 IP, 3 H, 4 BB, 7 K

6/6/2016 @ Chattanooga
L/11 2-3

Francisco Arcia, C: 2-4
J.T. Riddle, SS: 1-4, 2B, BB, K
Moises Sierra, RF: 1-4, R, BB, K
Jeremias Pineda, LF: 1-5, 2B
Jake Esch, SP: 6 IP, 8 H, 2 ER, BB, 2 K
Chipper Smith, RP: 2 IP, 2 H, K

6/7/2016 @ Chattanooga
L 1-6

James Roberts, DH: 3-4, 2B, RBI
Chris Curley, 1B: 1-4, 2B, R
Moises Sierra, RF: 1-3, BB
Austin Brice, SP: 5.2 IP, 7 H, 3 ER, 2 BB, 5 K

6/8/2016 @ Chattanooga
L 2-5

Francisco Arcia, C: 3-4, 2B
James Roberts, DH: 1-3, 2 R
Brian Anderson, 3B: 1-3, 2B, BB
Yefri Perez, 2B: 0-4, 2 RBI, K
Matt Tomshaw, SP: 3.2 IP, 6 H, 4 R (3 ER), 2 BB, 6 K

6/9/2016 @ Chattanooga
L 1-15

Brian Anderson, 3B: 1-4, 2B, R
Peter Mooney, 2B: 1-3, RBI
Austin Dean, DH: 2-4
Patrick Johnson, SP: 4.1 IP, 6 H, 4 ER, 2 BB, 3 K

6/10/2016 @ Mobile
L 1-2

Moises Sierra, RF: 2-3
Peter Mooney, 2B: 1-2, 2 BB
Chris Curley, 1B: 1-4, RBI
Austin Dean, LF: 1-4, 2B, K
Chris Mazza, SP: 5 IP, 3 H, 2 R (0 ER), BB, 4 K
Tyler Higgins, RP: 2 IP, H, BB, 2 K

6/11/2016 @ Mobile
L 2-8

Austin Dean, LF: 2-5, HR (7), RBI, R
Moises Sierra, RF: 2-4, 2B, K
Chris Curley, 1B: 2-2, 2 BB
Jake Esch, SP: 4 IP, 9 H, 5 ER, K
Scott Lyman, RP: 2 IP, 2 H, BB

6/12/2016 @ Mobile
L 2-10

Austin Dean, LF: 2-4, 2B, BB
Yefri Perez, CF: 2-5, R, SB (34)
Peter Mooney, SS: 2-3, BB
Austin Brice, SP: 4 IP, 8 H, 7 ER, 3 BB, 3 K

6/13/2016 @ Mobile
L/10 7-8

Chris Curley, 1B: 3-5, HR (3), 2 RBI, R, K
Francisco Arcia, C: 2-3, HR (1), RBI, R, 2 BB
Peter Mooney, SS: 2-6, HR (3), 3 RBI, R
Yefri Perez, CF: 3-4, 2B, 2 R, BB
Matt Tomshaw, SP: 3.1 IP, 7 H, 5 ER, 4 BB, 3 K
Ryan Chaffee, RP: 2 IP, 2 H, BB, K

6/14/2016 @ Mobile
W 7-3

Brian Anderson, 3B: 1-3, HR (1), 2 RBI, R, 2 BB, K
Cam Maron, C: 3-4, 2B, 3 R, BB
Moises Sierra, RF: 2-5, RBI
J.T. Riddle, SS: 2-6, RBI, R, K
Patrick Johnson, SP: 6 IP, 3 H, 3 ER, 3 BB, K

6/15/2016 vs Biloxi
W 8-4

Moises Sierra, RF: 2-3, HR (8), RBI, R, 2 BB, K
Brian Anderson, 3B: 2-5, 2 RBI, K
Austin Dean, LF: 1-5, HR (8), 4 RBI, R, K
J.T. Riddle, SS: 3-5, RBI, 3 R, K
Yefri Perez, CF: 2-5, 2B, 2 R
Chris Mazza, SP: 5 IP, 6 H, 4 ER, 2 BB, K
Tyler Bremer, RP: 5 IP, SV (2), 2 H, K

6/16/2016 vs Biloxi
W 3-1

J.T. Riddle, SS: 2-4, RBI
Moises Sierra, RF: 1-3, RBI, BB
Brian Anderson, 3B: 1-4, RBI, K
Jake Esch, SP: 6 IP, 7 H, ER, BB, 7 K

6/18/2016 vs Biloxi
L 1-4

Yefri Perez, CF: 1-3, RBI, 2 BB, K, SB (35)
Francisco Arcia, C: 2-4, 2B, R, K
Mosies Sierra, RF: 1-3, 2B, K
J.T. Riddle, SS: 1-4, BB, K
Hunter Adkins, SP: 3.1 IP, 4 H, ER, BB, K
Austin Brice, RP: 2 IP, 4 K

6/19/2016 vs Biloxi
PPD (rain)
Rescheduled to 6/20

6/20/2016 vs Biloxi

Game 1
W/7 2-1

Brian Anderson, 3B: 1-3, 2B, RBI, K
Ronnie Mitchell, LF: 1-2, RBI
Yefri Perez, CF: 1-3
Asher Wojchiechowski, SP: 4.2 IP, 2 H, ER, BB, 5 K

Game 2
L/7 1-2

Garrett Weber, 1B: 1-3, 2B
Cam Maron, C: 1-2, RBI
James Roberts, 3B: 1-3, R, K
Patrick Johnson, SP: 5 IP, 6 H, 2 ER, BB, 5 K

6/23/2016 @ Mississippi
W 8-3

Yefri Perez, CF: 1-3, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R, 2 BB, SB (36)
J.T. Riddle, SS: 1-4, 2 RBI, R, BB, K
Moises Sierra, RF: 1-2, 2B, 2 RBI, R, K
Peter Mooney, 1-3, R, BB, SB (2)
Hunter Adkins, SP: 6 IP, 4 H, 3 ER, BB, 9 K
Tyler Higgins, RP: 2 IP, K

6/24/2016 @ Mississippi
L 2-4

Yefri Perez, CF: 2-4, 2B, R
J.T. Riddle, SS: 1-4, RBI
Garrett Weber, 1B: 1-1, R, 3 BB
Ronnie Mitchelll, RF/Francisco Arcia, C: 1-4, K
Patrick Johnson, RP: 5 IP, 8 H, 4 R (2 ER), 5 K

6/25/2016 @ Mississippi
W 6-5

Cam Maron, C: 3-3, RBI, R, BB
Austin Dean, LF: 1-5, RBI, 2 R, 3 K
James Roberts, 3B: 2-4, R
J.T. Riddle, SS: 1-4, 2B, RBI, BB
Asher Wojciechowski, SP: 6 IP, 7 H, 2 ER, 4 K
Ryan Chaffee, RP: 2 IP, 2 H, K

6/26/2016 @ Mississippi
L 2-3

Alex Glenn, RF: 1-3, 3B, R, K
Ronnie Mitchell, LF: 1-2, 2B, RBI, R, BB
J.T. Riddle, 2B: 2-4
Peter Mooney, SS: 1-4, K
Kendry Flores, SP: 5.2 IP, 7 H, ER, 4 K

6/27/2016 @ Mississippi
L/6 1-2

Yefri Perez, CF: 3-3
Cam Maron, C: 2-2, R
Austin Dean, LF: 1-3, K
Jake Esch, SP: 5.2 IP, 5 H, 2 ER, 4 BB, 2 K

6/29/2016 vs Tennessee
L 2-4

Peter Mooney, 2B: 2-4, 2B, R
Yefri Perez, CF: 2-5, R, SB (37)
Austin Dean, LF: 1-4, RBI, 2 K
Francisco Arcia, C: 3-4
Hunter Adkins, SP: 5.1 IP, 5 H, 3 ER, 2 BB, 6 K

6/30/2016 vs Tennessee
L/10 1-2

Alex Glenn, CF: 2-3, R, BB
Yefri Perez, 2B: 1-5, 3B, 3 K
Brian Anderson, 3B: 1-3, BB
Patrick Johnson, SP: 6 IP, 3 H, 5 K

 

Jupiter Hammerheads


6/1/2016 vs Charlotte
L/14 3-8

Ronnie Mitchell, LF: 2-5, BB, R
Taylor Ard, DH: 2-6, 2 K
Chris Hoo, C: 1-5, 2B, 2 RBI< 3 K
Brian Schales, 2B: 2-5
Dillon Peters, SP: 5 IP, 8 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, 3 K
Kyle Fischer, RP: 3 IP, K

6/2/2016 vs Charlotte
L/10 2-5

Garrett Weber, 3B: 1-4, BB
Brian Schales, 2B: 1-3, 2 BB, R
Junior Sosa, CF: 1-3
Luis Castillo, SP: 4 IP, 6 H, 2 R (1 ER), 3 BB
Chipper Smith, RP: 2 IP, 2 H
Tim Berry, RP: 3 IP, 2 K

6/3/2015 @ Clearwater
L 2-3

Dexter Kjerstad, CF: 1-4, HR (5), RBI, R, K
Ronnie Mitchell, LF: 2-4, RBI, K
Brad Haynal, 1B: 2-4
Michael Mader, SP: 3 IP, 7 H, 5 ER, BB, K
Esmerling De La Rosa, RP: 2 IP, 2 BB, K

6/4/2016 @ Clearwater
L 3-4

Dexter Kjerstad, RF: 3-4, HR (6), 2B, RBI, 2 R
Ronnie Mitchell, LF: 1-3, RBI, R, BB, K
Taylor Ard, 1B: 1-4, RBI
Jorgan Cavanerio, SPO: 6 IP, 6 H, 4 R (2 ER), BB, 5 K
Jose Adames, RP: 2 IP, 3 K

6/5/2016 @ Clearwater
W 4-0

Dexter Kjerstad, CF: 3-5, 2 HR (7, 8), 3 RBI, 2 R, 2 K
Ronnie Mitchell, LF: 2-5, 2B, K
Brian Schales, 2B: 2-4, 2B, R
Rehiner Cordova, SS: 1-4, RBI
Tim Berry, SP: 5 IP, 2 H, BB, 2 K
Scott Lyman, RP: 3 IP, 2 H, BB

6/6/2016 @ Clearwater
Cancelled

6/8/2016 vs Lakeland
PPD (rain)
Rescheduled to 6/9

6/9/2016 vs Lakeland

Game 1
L/7 0-1

Dexter Kjerstad, LF: 2-4, 2B, SB (5)
John Norwood, RF: 1-2, BB, SB (8)
Junior Sosa, CF: 1-2, BB, K
Luis Castillo, SP: 5 IP, 4 H, ER, K
Esmerling De La Rosa, RP: 2 IP, 3 K

Game 2
W/7 13-2

Taylor Ard, 1B: 1-2, HR (6), 3 RBI, R, BB
Garrett Weber, DH: 2-3, 2 RBI, 2 R, BB
Ronnie Mitchell, LF: 2-4, 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R, BB
John Norwood, RF: 1-4, 2B, RBI, K
Brian Schales, 2B: 2-4, 2 R, K
Rehiner Cordova, SS: 1-2, 2 R, 2 BB
Dillon Peters, SP: 5 IP, 5 H, BB, 6 K

6/10/2016 vs Lakeland
L 1-5

Chris Hoo, C: 2-3
Dexter Kjerstad, CF: 1-4, 2B, R, 2 K
Brad Haylan, 1B: 1-3, K
Michael Mader, SP: 5 IP, 2 H, R (0 ER), BB, 5 K
Scott Squier, RP: 2 IP, H, BB, 2 K

6/11/2016 vs Lakeland
W 11-1

John Norwood, RF: 1-4, HR (3), 2 RBI, 2 R, K
Taylor Ard, 1B: 1-4, 2B, 2 RBI, R, BB, K
Sharif Othman, C: 1-5, 2 RBI, 2 K
Justin Bohn, SS: 2-3, 2 R, BB
Ronnie Mitchell, DH: 1-3, RBI, 3 R, 2 BB, SB (1)
Dexter Kjerstad, LF-CF: 1-5, 3B, RBI, R, K
Jorgan Cavanerio, SP: 7 IP, 6 H, ER, BB, 6 K

6/12/2016 vs Daytona
L 1-2

Ronnie Mitchell, LF: 3-4, SB (2)
Avery Romero, 3B: 1-3, BB
Chris Hoo, C: 1-3, RBI
Jeff Brigham, SP: 5.2 IP, 6 H, ER, 4 BB, 6 K
Ben Holmes, RP: 2.1 IP, 2 H, 2 K

6/13/2016 vs Daytona
L 0-4

Team: 0-26, 6 K
James Buckelew, SP: 4 IP, 6 H, 2 R (1 ER), 5 K
Scott Squier, RP: 3 IP, 2 K

6/14/2016 vs Daytona
L 4-7

Taylor Ard, DH: 1-2, HR (7), 3 RBI, R, BB, K
Brad Haynal, 1B: 2-4
Avery Romero, 3B: 1-4, RBI
Brian Schales, 2B: 1-3, BB
Dillon Peters, SP: 3 IP, 7 H, 6 R (4 ER), BB, 3 K
Juancito Martinez, RP: 2 IP, 2 H, BB
Tim Berry, RP: 2 IP, K

6/15/2016 vs Daytona
L/11 2-3

Avery Romero, 3B: 1-4, HR (1), RBI, R, K
John Norwood, RF: 2-4, 2B, K
Dexter Kjerstad, CF: 1-4, 2B, R, BB
Luis Castillo, SP: 5 IP, 2 H, ER, 2 K
Michael Mader, RP: 5 IP, 4 H, ER, BB, K

6/16/2016 @ St. Lucie
Cancelled

6/20/2016 @ Bradenton
L 0-1

Jeremias Pineda, CF: 2-4, K
Dexter Kjerstad, LF: 1-4, 2B, K
Brad Haynal, DH: 1-3, K, SB (1)
Kendry Flores, SP: 5 IP, 2 H, 2 K
Jose Adames, RP: 2 IP, H, 2 BB, 3 K

6/21/2016 @ Bradenton
L 2-6

Avery Romero, 3B: 2-4, 2B
Justin Bohn, SS: 1-4, HR (3), RBI, R, K
Junior Sosa, CF: 3-5
John Norwood, DH: 1-4, HR (4), RBI, R, 2 K
Chris Hoo, C: 2-3, BB
Jorgan Cavanerio, SP: 5 IP, 6 H, 4 R (2 ER), BB, 3 K

6/22/2016 @ Bradenton
W 5-3

John Norwood, RF: 3-5, 2B, 2 RBI, R, K
Taylor Ard, 1B: 1-3, 2B, 2 RBI, BB, K
Rehiner Cordova, 3B: 2-4, R
Junior Sosa, LF: 2-5, R
Michael Mader, SP: 5.2 IP, 6 H, 3 ER, 2 BB, 7 K
Bullpen: 3.1 IP, 2 H, BB, 2 K

6/23/2016 vs Ft. Myers
W 6-3

Taylor Ard, 1B: 3-4, HR (8), 3 RBI, 2 R
Brian Schales, 3B: 3-4, 2B, RBI, K
John Norwood, RF: 1-4, 3B, 2 R
Chris Hoo, C: 1-3, R, BB, K
Nefi Ogando, SP (rehab): IP, 3 H, 2 ER, K
Luis Castillo, RP: 5 IP, 2 H, 4 K

6/24/2016 vs Ft. Myers
L 1-5

Brad Haynal, 1B: 1-4, R, K
Chris Hoo, C: 1-2
Rehiner Cordova, SS: 1-3, RBI
Dillon Peters, SP: 4.1 IP, 7 H, 3 ER, 5 K
Jose Adames, RP: 2 IP, H, BB, K

6/25/2016 vs Ft. Myers
L 1-4

Taylor Ard, 1B: 1-4, HR (9), RBI, R
Justin Bohn, SS: 1-2, BB
Chris Hoo, C: 1-4, 2B, K
Jeff Brigham, SP: 5 IP, 5 H, 3 ER, BB, 4 K
Ben Holmes, RP: 2 IP, 2 H

6/26/2016 vs St. Lucie
W 12-4

John Norwood, RF: 3-5, 2B, 3 RBI, 2 R, K
Jeremias Pineda, LF: 2-5, 2B, 2 RBI, K
Junior Sosa, CF: 3-5, 2 R
Brad Haynal, 1B: 2-5, RBI, 2 R
Brian Schales, 2B: 1-2, RBI, R, BB
Jorgan Cavanerio,SP: 6 IP, 9 H, 2 ER, BB, 6 K
Juancito Martinez, RP: 2 IP, 2 K

6/27/2016 vs St. Lucie
L 0-17

Arturo Rodriguez, C: 2-4
Junior Sosa, LF: 1-3, BB
Michael Mader, SP: 0.2 IP, 4 H, 4 ER, BB, 2 K

6/28/2016 @ Bradenton
W 11-5

Jeremias Pineda, DH: 2-3, 2B, RBI, 2 R, 3 BB, K, 2 SB (1, 2)
John Norwood, RF: 3-5, 2 RBI, R, SB (9)
Avery Romero, 3B: 2-5, BI, R
Justin Bohn, SS: 2-3, 3B, 2 RBI, 2 R, 2 BB, SB (3)
Brian Schales, 2B: 1-5, 2 RBI, R, K

6/29/2016 @ Bradenton
W 6-2

John Norwood, RF: 3-4, HR (6), 2B, 4 RBI, R, K
Brad Haynal, 1B: 2-4, 2B, BB, K
Chris Hoo, C: 1-4, 2 R, BB
Dillon Peters, SP: 6 IP, 2 H, BB, 4 K

6/30/2016 @ Bradenton
W 3-2

Avery Romero, 3B: 3-4, R
Brad Haynal, 1B: 1-4, 2B, RBI
Junior Sosa, LF: 1-3, R, BB, K
Jeff Brigham, SP: 7 IP, 3 H, ER, 3 BB, 7 K

 

Greensboro Grasshoppers


6/1/2016 @ Lexington
L 5-8

Stone Garrett, LF: 2-3, R, BB, K
Josh Naylor, 1B: 1-4, 2B, RBI, R, BB
Justin Twine, 2B: 1-3, 2B, 2 R, BB, K
Maxx Tissenbaum, C: 1-4, 2 RBI
Steven Farnworth, SP: 4.1 IP, 10 H, 7 ER, BB, 5 K

6/2/2016 vs Delmarva
PPD (rain)
Rescheduled to 6/3

6/3/2016 vs Delmarva

Game 1
W/7 5-3

Roy Morales, C: 2-3, HR (1), 3 RBI, R
Zach Sullivan, CF: 3-4, 2B, 2 RBI, R, K
Kyle Barrett, LF: 1-3, K
Jordan Holloway, SP: 5 IP, 2 H, ER, 6 K

Game 2
W/7 2-1

Angel Reyes, DH: 2-3, RBI, R, K
Anfernee Seymour, SS: 1-3, R, SB (17)
Justin Twine, 2B: 1-3, K
Chuck Weaver, SP: 6 IP, 2 H, ER, 6 K

6/4/2016 vs Delmarva
W 4-3

Angel Reyes, DH: 2-4, 2 RBI, K
Kyle Barrett, LF: 2-4
Josh Naylor, 1b: 2-3, RBI, BB, 2 SB (7, 8)
Cody Poteet, SP: 5 IP, 5 H, ER, BB, 5 K

6/6/2016 @ Hickory
W 5-2

Roy Morales, C: 3-4, 2 RBI, R, SB (2)
Justin Twine, 2B: 2-4, 2B, RBI, K
Kyle Barrett, LF: 2-4, K (5)
Chris Paddack, SP: 4.1 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, 4 K
Tyler Kinley, RP: 2.1 IP, BB, 3 K

6/7/2016 @ Hickory
L 1-5

Anfernee Seymour, SS: 2-2, BB, SB (19)
Angel Reyes, DH: 1-4, 2B, R
Kyle Barrett, LF: 1-3, K
Steven Farnworth, SP: 5 IP, 8 H, 4 ER, 3 K

6/8/2016 @ Hickory
W/14 6-5

Angel Reyes, 1B: 5-7, 2B, RBI, 2 R, K
Roy Morales, DH: 4-6, RBI, 2 R
Korey Dunbar, C: 2-6, 2 RBI, BB, K
Zach Sullivan, CF: 2-6, 2 R, 2 K
Anfernee Seymour, SS: 2-7, 3 K, 2 SB (20, 21)
Gabriel Castellanos, SP: 5 IP, 4 H, 2 R (0 ER), 3 BB, 2 K
Kyle Keller, RP: 3 IP, H, 3 K
Aaron Blanton, RP: 1.1 IP
Giovanny Alfonzo, RP: IP, SV (1), K

6/9/2016 vs Rome
L 2-4

Anfernee Seymour, SS: 4-5, R, K
Arturo Rodriguez, 1B: 2-5
Angel Reyes, DH: 1-4, RBI
Jordan Holloway, SP: 4.2 IP, 4 H, 3 R (2 ER), 3 BB, 4 K
Ben Meyer, RP: 2 IP, K

6/10/2016 vs Rome
L 2-6

Aaron Blanton, 3B: 1-2, HR (2), RBI, R, BB, SB (4)
Zach Sullivan, RF-CF: 3-4
Kyle Barrett, LF: 1-3
Cody Poteet, SP: 6 IP, 3 H, 4 R (1 ER), 2 BB, 7 K
Andy Beltre, RP: 2 IP, H, K

6/11/2016 vs Rome
W 10-7

Anfernee Seymour, DH: 2-4, HR (1), 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R, BB
Arturo Rodriguez, C: 3-4, HR (1), 2B, 4 RBI, R
Aaron Blanton, 3B: 2-4
Kris Goodman, LF: 2-4, 2 R, 2 K
Chuck Weaver, SP: 6 IP, 7 H, 6 R (5 ER), BB, 8 K

6/12/2016 vs Rome
W 7-0

Kyle Barrett, RF: 3-4, 2B, RBI, 2 R
Justin Twine, DH: 2-3, 3 RBI, K
Aaron Blanton, 3B: 1-3, 2B, BB
Joseph Chavez, 2B: 1-3, 2B, 2 R
Angel Reyes, 1B: 2-5, RBI, R, K
Cody Poteet, SP: 5 IP, BB, 11 K
Justin Jacome, RP: 2 IP, 3 K

6/13/2016 vs Ashville
W 4-3

Angel Reyes, 1B: 2-3, HR (2), 2B, 2 RBI, R
Zach Sullivan, CF: 1-4, HR (2), 2 RBI, R, 2 K
Anfernee Seymour, SS: 2-4, R, K, 2 SB (23, 24)
Steven Farnworth, SP: 5 IP, 4 H, ER, BB, 3 K
Jose Quijada, RP: 3 IP, H, 5 K

6/14/2016 vs Ashville
W/14 6-5

Anfernee Seymour, SS: 4-7, 2 2B, RBI, 2 K
Angel Reyes, 1B: 4-6, 2 R, K
Justin Twine, 2B: 4-6, HR (1), 2 RBI, R
Casey Soltis, LF: 2-5, R, BB, 2 K
Aaron Blnaton, 3B: 1-6, HR (3), RBI, R, 2 K
LJ Brewster, SP: 4 IP, 3 H, 3 R (2 ER), 3 BB, 4 K
Tyler Kinley, RP: 3 IP, H, 5 K
Andy Beltre, RP: 3 IP, H, 3 K

6/15/2016 vs Ashville
L 2-5

Angel Reyes, 1B: 2-3, 3B, R, BB
Justin Twine, 2B: 2-4, 2B, RBI, R, 2 K
Jordan Holloway, SP: 4 IP, 7 H, 5 ER, 3 BB, 3 K
Kyle Keller, RP: 2 IP, 3 K

6/16/2016 @ Rome
W 9-1

Angel Reyes, DH: 2-5, 2B, RBI, R
Roy Morales, C: 2-3, 2 R, 2 BB
Kyle Barrett, CF: 2-5, 3 RBI, R, K
Aaron Blanton, 3B: 1-5, 2 RBI, R, K
Anfernee Seymour, SS: 1-5, 2 RBI, 2 R, K
Cody Poteet, SP: 5 IP, 4 H, ER, BB, 4 K
Victor Delgado, RP: 2 IP, 2 H, K

6/17/2016 @ Rome
W 4-2

AngeL Reyes, DH: 2-4, 2 2B, R, K
Zach Sullivan, CF: 2-3, 2 RBI, BB
Anfernee Seymour, SS: 2-4, R, K, SB (25)
Kyle Barrett, LF: 2-3, 2 R, K
Chuck Weaver, SP: 6 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, 3 K
Jose Quijada, RP: 2 IP, H, 2 K

6/18/2016 @ Rome
L 2-3

Josh Naylor, 1B: 1-4, 2B, RBI, K
Justin Twine, 2B: 1-4, RBI, K
Anfernee Seymour, SS: 1-2, 2 R, BB, SB (26)
Chris Paddack, SP: 5 IP, 8 K

6/19/2016 @ Rome
W 8-2

Kyle Barrett, LF: 3-5, 2B, 2 RBI, R
Josh Naylor, 1B: 3-5, RBI, R, 2 K
Anfernee Seymour, SS: 3-5, RBI, 3 R, SB (27)
Giovanny Alfonzo, 2B: 1-3, R, BB
Steven Farnworth, P: 5 IP, 5 H, 2 R (1 ER), 3 K
Bullpen: 4 IP, 3 H, 5 K

6/23/2016 vs Hickory
W/11 8-5

Arturo Rodriguez, C: 1-1, HR (2), 3 RBI, R
Josh Naylor, 1B: 3-5, 2 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R, 2 K
Roy Morales, C: 3-4, 2 2B, 3 RBI, BB
Justin Twine, 2B: 1-5, 2 R, BB, K
Zach Sullivan, CF: 1-3, 2 BB
Cody Poteet, SP: 4.1 IP, 4 H, 5 R (3 ER), 3 BB, 6 K
Bullpen: 6.2 IP, 4 H, 2 BB, 2 K

6/24/2016 vs Hickory
W 3-2

Josh Naylor, 1B: 1-4, HR (8), 3 RBI, R, K
Angel Reyes, DH: 2-4, K
Aaron Blanton, 3B: 1-3, 2B, K
Zach Sullivan, CF: 3B: 1-3, K
Anfernee Seymour, SS: 1-4, R, BB
Chuck Weaver, SP: 6 IP, 5 H, 2 R (1 ER), BB, 7 K
C.J. Robinson, RP: 1.1 IP, SV (12), H, 2 K

6/25/2016 vs Hickory
L/10 1-2

John Silviano, DH: 1-5, HR (1), RBI, R, 2 K
Roy Morales, C: 2-4
Isael Soto, RF: 1-3, BB, 2 K
Giovanny Alfonzo, 3B: 1-3, BB
Chris Paddack, SP: 5 IP, 9 K

6/26/2016 vs Hickory
W 6-1

Angel Reyes, DH: 2-4, HR (3), 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R
Justin Twine, 2B: 2-4, HR (2), 3 RBI, R, 2 K
Isael Soto, RF: 3-4, RBI, R, K
Josh Naylor, 1B: 1-4, 2B, R, K
Steven Farnworth, SP: 6 IP, H, ER, 2 K
Bullpen: 3 IP, 2 H, 5 K

6/27/2016 @ Delmarva
W 6-3

Aaron Blanton, 3B: 1-4, HR (4), 2 RBI, R, K
Zach Sullivan, CF: 2-3, 2B, RBI, 2 R, BB, K
Josh Naylor, 1B: 1-5, 2B, K
Anfernee Seymour, SS: 1-5, 3B, 2 RBI
Casey Soltis, LF: 1-4, 2B, RBI, R, 2 K
Justin Jacome, SP: 4 IP, 2 H, 3 K

6/29/2016 @ Delmarva
PPD (rain)
Rescheduled to 6/29

6/29/2016 @ Delmarva

Game 1
L/7 1-8

Angel Reyes, DH/Kyle Barrett, LF/Josh Naylor, 1B: 1-3, K
Roy Morales, C: 1-2, RBI, BB
Cody Poteet, SP: 3.2 IP, 9 H, 8 R (7 ER), 5 BB, 6 K
Jordan Hillyer, RP: 2.1 IP, 2 H, 3 K

Game 2
L/7 0-6

Team: 1-22, BB, 8 K
Ben Meyer, SP: 3 IP, 7 H, 5 ER, BB, K

6/30/2016 @ Lakewood
W 7-2

Kyle Barrett, LF: 4-5, 2B, 2 RBI, R, SB (8)
Aaron Blanton, 3B: 3-5, 2 2B, 3 RBI, 2 R, K, SB (6)
Anfernee Seymour, SS: 2-5, 2 SB (29, 30)
Giovanny Alfonzo, 2B: 2-5, 2 K, SB (2)
Chuck Weaver, SP: 6 IP, 4 H, 2 R (1 ER), BB, 6 K

 

Batavia Muckdogs


6/17/2016 @ Auburn
L 0-3

Taylor Munden, DH: 1-3, K
Kris Goodman, LF: 1-4, 2 K
Rilley Hovis, SP: 5 IP, H, 2 K

6/18/2016 @ Auburn
L 1-5

Kris Goodman, LF: 2-4, K, SB (1)
Jhonny Santos, CF: 2-4, 2 K
Matthew Foley, DH: 2-3, RBI, BB, K
Ryan McKay, SP: 4 IP, 5 H, 3 R (1 ER), 2 BB, 4 K

6/19/2016 @ West Virginia
L 2-12

Alex Fernandez, RF: 1-4, 2B, RBI, K
Jhonny Santos, CF: 1-3, R, BB
Jose Diaz, SP: 1.2 IP, 6 H, 7 ER, 2 BB

6/20/2016 @ West Virginia
L 1-4

SamueL Castro, DH: 1-4, RBI, 2 K
Garvis Lara, SS/Rony Cabrera, 2B: 1-3
Travia Neubeck, SP: 5 IP, 3 H

6/21/2016 @ West Virginia
L 2-7

Kris Goodman, LF: 2-5, 2 K
Rony Cabrera, 2B: 2-3, RBI, R, BB, SB (1)
Humberto Mejia, SP: 3 IP, 2 H, 3 ER, BB, 4 K
Justin Langley, RP: 2 IP, H, 2 BB, 2 K

6/22/2016 vs State College
L 1-11

Kris Goodman, LF: 1-3, K, SB (1)
Rony Cabrera, 2B: 1-3
Isaiah White, CF: 1-4, R, K
Jhonny Santos, RF: 1-4, RBI, K
Reilly Hovis, SP: 3.2 IP, 6 H, 5 ER, 2 BB, 4 K

6/23/2016 vs State College
L 4-8

Isaiah White, CF: 2-4, 2B, 3B, 2 RBI, R, BB, K
Jhonny Santos, RF: 1-5, 2B, RBI, K
Rony Cabrera, 2B: 2-5, R
Pablo Garcia, C: 2-4, RBI
Kris Goodman, LF: 1-2, R, 2 BB
Ryan McKay, SP: 2.1 IP, 3 H, 6 R (3 ER), 4 BB, K
Jordan Hillyer, RP: 2 IP, H, 3 K

6/24/2016 vs State College
L 3-10

Corey Bird, CF: 2-5, 2 R
Jhonny Santos, RF: 1-4, RBI
Aaron Knapp, DH: 2-4
J.J. Gould, 3B: 1-3, K
Jordan Holloway, SP: 2.1 IP, 5 H, 6 R (5 ER), 3 BB, 2 K

6/25/2016 @ Mahoning Valley
L 4-10

Isaiah White, LF: 1-5, GS HR (1), 4 RBI, R, K
Rony Cabrera, 2B: 1-4, 2B
Javier Lopez , 1B: 1-3, BB, K
Corey Bird, CF: 2-4, BB
Samuel Castro, SS: 1-4, R, BB
Jose Diaz, SP: 3.2 IP, 5 H, 8 ER, 3 BB, 3 K
Trenton Hill, RP: 1.1 IP, 3 K

6/26/2016 @ Mahoning Valley
W 6-1

Pablo Garcia, C: 2-4, 2B, 4 RBI, K
Mike Garzillo, DH: 1-3, 2B, R, BB, 2 K
J.J. Gould, 3B: 1-5, RBI, R, 3 K
Jhonny Santos, LF: 1-4, R, BB
Travis Neubeck, SP: 5 IP, 3 H, 2 ER, 2 BB, K
Bullpen: 4 IP, 2 H, 2 BB, 3 K

6/27/2016 @ Mahoning Valley
W 11-5

Corey Bird, DH: 3-6, 2B, 3 RBI
Jhonny Santos, RF: 2-6, 2B, 2 R
Isaiah White, LF: 2-4, RBI, 3 R, 2 BB, K
Pablo Garcia, C: 2-4, 2 RBI
Rony Cabrera, 3B: 2-5, RBI, R
Mike Garzillo, 2B: 1-2, 2 R, 3 BB
Reilly Hovis, SP: 5 IP, 7 H, 2 ER, 4 K
Shane Sawczak, RP: 2 IP, H, BB, K

6/28/2016 vs West Virginia
W 3-1

Rony Cabrera, 2B: 3-4
Aaron Knapp, DH: 1-4, 2B, R, K
Javier Lopez, 1B: 1-3, 2 RBI
Ryan McKay, SP: 5 IP, 2 H, 2 BB, 3 K
Trenton Hill, RP: 2 IP, H, BB, 2 K

6/29/2016 vs West Virginia
L 4-9

Jhonny Santos, RF: 1-1, HR (1), RBI, R, BB
J.J. Gould, DH: 2-3, 2 2B, R, BB
Aaron Knapp, RF-CF: 3-4, RBI
Pablo Garcia, C: 1-2, 2B, 2 RBI
Samuel Castro, SS: 2-5
Sam Perez, SP: 3 IP, H, ER, BB, 3 K
Chevis Hoover, RP: 3 IP, H, 2 K

6/30/2016 vs West Virgina
W 4-3

Javier Lopez, 1B: 1-3, 3B, R, BB, K, SB (1)
Kris Goodmanm DH: 1-3, RBI, BB
Aaron Knapp, CF: 1-4, 2B, 2 K
Jhonny Santos, RF: 1-4, 2 K
Isaiah White, LF: 1-3, BB
Jordan Holloway, SP: 5 IP, 3 H, 2 R (1 ER), 2 BB, 3 K
Shane Sawczak, RP: 2 IP, K

2016 Batavia Muckdogs Season Preview

Batavia Muckdogs 2016 Season Preview


2015 Team Stats

31-44
.252/.320/.347
25 HR/176 XBH
649.2 IP, 4.00 ERA, 1.459 WHIP

With the arrival of summer come the arrival of the dog days of the year. Not just in regards to the hottest outside temperatures of the year but also in relation to the beginning of the New York Penn League short season and with it the start of the next Batavia Muckdogs’ short season campaign. This year’s Muckdogs will welcome back some familiar names from the organization from the past year such as Isaiah White, Samuel Castro and Ryan McKay while also housing draftees participating in their first pro season such as Reilly Hovis, Corey Bird, J.J. Gould and Aaron Knapp to make up a Dogs’ team chock full of young talented men waiting to prove themselves worthy of the title prospect.

Angel EspadaLeading this next crop of potential Marlins in to battle will be manager Angel Espada who returns for his fifth straight year as a Marlins’ short season coach and fourth straight season as the Muckdogs’ skipper. Espada is a former player who was drafted in 1994 by the Atlanta Braves. He was a blip on the radar on a couple of occasions including during a .301/.368/.345 campaign as a 19-year-old in the Appalachian League in which he ranked as the league’s 20th best hitter but overall was just a .277/.328/.317 career hitter in five minor league seasons, all below high A before he confined himself to the independent leagues in 1998. He enjoyed a great career as an unaffiliated player, slashing .311/.356/.375 over nine seasons, most of which came as a member of the Bridgeport Bluefish of the Atlantic League including a career best .356/.405/.440 campaign in 1999 which made him the league’s batting champion. He also stole 40 bases, second most in the league. Espada repeated as batting champ in 2000, slashing .337/388/.403, barely beating out the next closest competition by less than a single hit. After two subpar years in 2001 and 2002, a 27-year-old Espada was his league’s tenth best for average hitter in 2003 by way of a .323/.370/.393 line. He appeared on the Atlantic League leader board for the last time in 2005 with a 17th best .309/.345/.386 effort before retiring in 2007. Known as a patient top of the order hitter with plus speed and a snappy bat as well as solid defensive skills which attributed to a 4.65 career range factor with eligibility at shortstop, second base and all three outfield spots, Espada was a tactically sound player whose wealth of knowledge has benefited Marlins minor leaguers since 2009. He comes in to 2016 with a career 139-162 managerial record. Filling out Espada’s staff will be his former teammate in the independent leagues in the late 90s following a .263/.326/.408 minor league career and an eight year major league career Luis Quinones (hitting coach), former Muckdog turned bench coach Thomas “T.J.” Gamba, and former Red Sox pitching prospect beginning his second year coaching hurlers and first at the affiliated level, Chad Rhoades. Last season he coached the independent Florence Freedom to a 3.69 ERA, third best in the Frontier League.

Lineup

OF Corey Bird
SS Samuel Castro
OF Jhonny Santos
2B J.J. Gould
OF Isaiah White
DH Aaron Knapp
C Pablo Garcia
2B Rony Cabrera
1B Joseph Chavez

Corey Bird is a 20-year-old 6’0″ 180 pound outfielder out of Marshall University and the Marlins’ seventh round draft pick from the draft earlier this month. A two sport athlete in high school where he hit a ridiculous .457 over a four year campaign was selected to two All-Tournament teams, was his county’s Player of the Year once and West Virginia’s representative as Gatorade’s Player of the Year once, Bird began his college career with the Thundering Herd in 2014. Despite missing seven games at the beginning of the year due to a toe injury that season, Bird came back to lead his team in BA (.292), hits, walks and steals (which he was second in his entire conference in) and place second in OBP (.370) and SLG (.321). At one point that year, he had a 16 game on base streak. These exports garnered him Conference USA All-Freshman honors and second team honors on the All C-USA squad. Bird showed off his stamina in his final two college seasons, starting in 107 of 110 of the Herd’s contests. After again leading the team in multiple categories in 2015 including BA (.307), runs (34), and total bases (77) as well as stealing 10 more bags and placing second on the team in OBP (.377), Bird ended his college career this year by appearing in all 55 of Marshall’s games hitting an even .300 and, by way of a career best 26/24 BB/K, a .375 OBP. In the stolen base category, Bird made good on his surname, flying around the bases and totaling 34 steals, most in Conference USA. His 44 runs scored were 10th most in C-USA. He was once again named to the C-USA All Tournament team and earned All-Conference USA second team honors. He comes to the pros and to the Marlins as a career .301/.374/.342 hitter with a 58/15 SB/CS or a 79% success rate swiping bags. He also boasts a more than respectable 68/76 BB/K. As his playing time in college indicates, Bird is an extremely athletic young man, so much so he earned best athlete amongst all C-USA players this season from Baseball America. At the plate, his stance matches that reputation as he cuts down on the strike zone by standing from a straight away but very low stance. He waits out pitchers well, often committing to pitches late but his slappy bat and speed allow him to get away with having very little power to speak of. In Bird, the Marlins knew they weren’t getting a guy who is going to slug much of anything but rather a guy who is going to play the catalyst and get on base and in to scoring position ahead of their heavier bats. In addition to his athleticism, Bird boasts plus defense at all three outfield spots, making him very easy to get in to lineups and in to games as a sub. His current makeup has him fitting that of a prototypical fourth outfielder and defensive replacement, but with work, he has plenty of potential to become an every day starter.

Infielder Samuel Castro came to the Marlins organization in 2014 as an international signing out of the Dominican. He enters his first pro season at the ripe age of 18. At just 5’10”, 160, Castro has a very immature body but he has great instincts at on the infield where he is a natural shortstop but with good reads off the bat and a plus arm, can slot in at any position numbers 3 to 5. As you may have guessed he has very little to no power but, from both sides of the plate, he already has a good feel for the strikezone, good bat control and speed, a solid natural approach and all the willingness in the world to learn. He will be a fun prospect to watch grow.

J.J. GouldJ.J. Gould was the Marlins’ 24th rounder in this year’s draft. Originally a Florida State Seminole, Gould appeared in just 15 games in Tallahassee before making the move to the much lesser known Eastern Florida State College in Cocoa, Florida before ending his three year collegiate career at Jacksonville University. Between Eastern Florida State and Jacksonville though, Gould flashed the assets that made him attractive to the Seminoles out of high school, a skill-set that would have seen him taken much earlier in the draft had he stuck there. In 2014 as an Eastern Florida Titan, Gould, facing the sixth most plate appearances in his league, placed on league leader boards in OBP (.445) and OPS (.951). His 84 total bases ranked 10th in the league and his six triples placed him in a second place tie. He also flashed a great situational approach with the third most sacrifice hits and fifth most sacrifice flies. Overall, he slashed .325/.445/.506 with a more than respectable 33/46 BB/K. To round out his game, all Gould accomplished was becoming his conference’s defensive player of the year. Last year, Gould returned to Div. I ball and appeared in 55 of 56 Jacksonville University games. While his total numbers looked much different than those during his days at the lesser levels in Div. II, Gould still placed sixth on his team in OBP (.362) and his glove stayed gold as he continued to show terrific range and contributed to 13 double plays. He was also somewhat of a road warrior for the Jacksonville U Dolphins as he hit .296 away from their home field. He comes to the professional ranks as a career .294/.401/.431 bat. Leaning over the plate from a low athletic stance, Gould uses a light front foot timing trigger, active hips and a turned in back knee to get around on a lofty line drive swing. He possesses great bat speed and soft hands, making him both an on-base and power threat, a rarity found at second base. Gould is still a bit raw when it comes to knowledge of the strike zone, something he will look to improve on in his early days in the minors. If his coaches are able to get him to cut down on K totals, Gould could become a Chase Utley-esque threat with the defense to match.

Isaiah White is a speedy outfielder who spent his first pro season in the Gulf Coast League after being drafted out of high school in the third round of last year’s draft. Despite being described as extremely raw upon being drafted, White flirted with a .300 BA, ending the season at .294. He flashed his speed by stealing 13 bags which tied him for a team high and placed him and teammate Garvis Lara in a tie for ninth most in their league. Much like his new teammate, Bird, White’s best assets are his jets and his glove. He goes gap to gap with ease in center field, reads pitchers well and gets good jumps upon committing to a stolen base opportunity. The difference between Bird and White, although you wouldn’t know it by looking at his 6’0″ 170 pound frame, is that White has some hidden power. With a swing that has some slight uppercut loft, White gets his weight moving backward well and points his front foot timing trigger towards the ball. His extremely quick swing and ability to maintain looseness set him apart from most guys his size in that he can put quite the charge into the ball when he squares up. Although he isn’t currently nor will probably ever be a guy who hits a ton of balls over the fence, he flashes the potential to reach outfield gaps. Should his hits reach the wall, his speed will turn them in to easy doubles if not more. Coming from a tiny K-12 North Carolina school which had never produced major league talent before his draft year, White will definitely need some nurturing but after his success with the GCL Marlins, things are definitely looking in favor of White who just turned 19 in January. We will be following this project closely.

Aaron Knapp is the Marlins’ eighth round pick from this year’s draft out of the University of California. After enjoying a decorated high school career in the Southern California area which included a .434/.536/.645 junior campaign in which he was selected to multiple honors including All-State, All Section, All City and All League as well as Rawlings All-American and Perfect Game USA honorable mentions, Knapp became the third member of his family after his brother Andrew who is currently pitching in the Phillies organization and his father Mike to attend the University of California. On top of owning an epic mustache during his days as a Golden Bear, he possessed a .272/.333/.347 career line over three seasons. After a .235/.302/.304 inaugural campaign as a freshman, Knapp made great strides in his sophomore year appearing in all 57 of Cal’s games and becoming a .310/.376/.375 hitter. He placed second on his team in BA, third on the squad in walks (25), and second in triples (4). The speedster who also was a standout as a football safety in high school stole a team-high 12 bases and scored a team-high 45 runs, marks that placed 11th and 9th in the entire Pac 12. Knapp’s four triples placed 7th in his league and his 232 ABs placed 7th. With reports out on him this year as he appeared in 53 of the Bears’ games this season, Knapp fell back to earth a bit overall, hitting .251/.302/.340 but still managed to add to already fantastic clutch stats including a 30-91 mark with runners in scoring position by driving home a career high 26 runs. He again lead his squad with 10 steals, which ranked 10th in the league and triples (7) which ranked 2nd in the league. The blazing speed he showed during his entire amateur career led scouts to ranking at a 60 out of 80 skill and it is what he should continue to base his approach off of. More loft to his swing last year is what led to his sub-par numbers slash line wise. In his first year as a pro, Knapp should return to his roots as a slap and slash bat whose good first step out of the box and steamy jets force infielders to make mistakes and lead to high OBP numbers, prototypical of a leadoff hitter. A split stance hitter whose front hip points towards first base, he does need to work on staying true through the ball rather than trying to run before he finds the barrel as he was doing very well last year. Knapp hurt himself and his draft stock trying to become something he isn’t ever going to be; a fly ball power threat. He undoubtedly realizes that and will attempt to turn back time as a Muckdog. Should he do so, thanks again to his speed, his fantastic range and playmaking ability as a center fielder despite average arm skills make him close to an all-around athlete and a future staple at the top of any lineup.

Pitching Rotation

1. Reilly Hovis
2. Ryan McKay
3. Jose Diaz
4. Travis Neubeck
5. Jordan Holloway

Reilly Hovis is the Marlins’ 9th round pick from last season out of powerhouse North Carolina. He pitched primarily out of the pen in his freshman year holding down a 2.36 ERA and a .164 BAA in 34.1 IP. Despite the success, Hovis returned to the pen in 2014. That season, Hovis was one of the ACC’s very best, ranking fourth in the league with a ridiculous 11.39 K/9. Despite pitching almost exclusively as a reliever (1 start), Hovis had a team high 9 wins. He was again next to impossible to hit, holding down a .194 BAA, allowing just 8 XBHs including 2 HR. Despite pitching in at least 20 less innings than three of his teammates, Hovis bordered on totalling a team high in Ks (81 where the team high was 83). His ERA of 2.25 bested the rest of the Heels’ rotation by at least .4 and was second best on the entire team. The only one of his teammates to best him pitched in nearly half as many innings. At that point, Hovis was slated to go no later than round three in the upcoming MLB Draft. However, before season’s end, he underwent Tommy John surgery for a right forearm strain which caused many teams to look past him. The Marlins believe they got a steal by drafting him 266th overall — and so do I. With a high leg kick and a snap through quick delivery after dropping his arm down below his knee, the hard to pick up and quick to the plate delivery is finished off by spectacular stuff. Usually starting hitters off with a heater that sits in the 93-95 MPH range from a downward plane, his best secondary offering is a slider that has 10-4 movement and sits in the 84 MPH slot. He can throw the slide piece to both sides of the plate and paint both sides of the black, inside outing hitters with ease, making it very much a plus out pitch. Hovis also has a split changeup that rests at the 86 MPH slot. It is the least developed of the pitches in his arsenal but because of his technically sound repeatable approach from his athletic build and rarely wavering arm speed, it is still an above average offering, flashing good run from the inside out and late fade. Rounding out his repertoire, Hovis also holds a cut fastball that was a go-to pitch for him in college. It sits around the 89 MPH range and has drop-off-the-table type movement thanks to minimal backspin. The pitch made plenty an ACC hitter look foolish during Hovis’ days in Tarheel blue as he got them to commit to swinging at what they thought was a straight fastball before the ball wound up 15 inches lower in the back of the catcher’s glove. Should he show no ill affects from his surgery which was reported to be an undaunted success, Hovis, with great control and fantastic command and confidence on the mound along with good feel for all of his pitches and the ability to throw all of them in any count which leads to a well rounded deceptive arsenal especially for a heady kid who reasons and manages his outings as well as he throws them, has the ability to become a back-end rotation starter. At the very least, he is a future forefront of the bullpen. Don’t be surprised if you see this guy’s name surfacing in the majors within the next three years.

Ryan McKayRyan McKay is the Marlins’ 11th round pick from last season out of Satellite High School in Satellite Beach, Florida. After striking out 93 and holding down a 0.63 ERA as a senior, he spent his first pro season in the Gulf Coast league, where he posted a record of 1-3 in 10 games, seven starts and 34.2 IP. His control was worrisome as a first year pro as he walked 21, struck out 17, let up hits at a .300 clip and experienced both a heightened WHIP (1.82) and ERA (4.15). McKay has the stuff to succeed including a fastball which has grown in velo from 86 MPH in his junior year to where it currently sits at 94 with the probability to tick up even more as he grows. His best secondary offering, his curveball falls in at 74 MPH, giving him an impressive 20 MPH velo differential. The curve has been flashing plus since scouts started noticing him in his junior season. With tight spin and late bite, McKay has the ability to paint corners with the pitch, usually throwing it to the outer half utilizing it’s late movement to back door his opponents. His mix in pitch is an 82 MPH changeup. He has made strides with the pitch in a short amount of time since first developing it in his sophomore season. Although he still needs to work on getting his arm angle consistent and doesn’t have much command over the pitch, it flashes good downward run. McKay also owns a slider but he rarely goes to it. Right now, it’s nothing more than very much an experiment. While his other three pitches, namely the heat and curve, show plenty of promise, the challenge for McKay has been and will be growing in to his big 6’4″, 195 pound frame. He is slow and methodical to the plate and throws from a high 3/4 delivery on a downward plane after a full arm circle, there are times when McKay can look dominant, there were more frequent times during his first pro year where he looked very uncomfortable on the mound, unable to get his long limbs under control, struggling with his release point and his balance on his follow through. If McKay is going to succeed over the long term as a starter, he needs to make some mechanical adjustments to iron out these flaws. If he is able to do so, he has the stuff to succeed as a back of the rotation arm or long reliever.

Projected Team Stats

27-48
.256/.317/.334
21 HR/144 XBH
652 IP, 4.31 ERA, 1.462 WHIP