Portland had the night off
Mobile lost 6-0
Luke Carlin got the start after coming through as a pinch
hitter in two straight games. He hit a
walk-off two run homer and doubled and drove in two in his next pinch hit
appearance. He responded by Wednesday by
While Paul McAnulty extended his
hitting streak to eight games with a single, he also committed two errors on
the same play which led to three unearned runs.
Jose Oyervidez lasted just four
innings, allowing five runs, two earned, on five hits and four walks while
striking out seven. He has struck out 20
batters in 18 innings this year and has yet to allow more than two earned runs
in a start. Over four starts, however,
he has averaged 4.5 innings per outing.
He has also walked seven over his last two starts.
Lake Elsinore lost 8-6 in 11
For the first time in his career, Leo Rosales worked two
innings in consecutive nights. The
result – his first blown save of the year as Rosales served up three runs on
four hits, a hit batsman, and a walk.
Hitters are batting .333 off him with runners in scoring position this
year and a walk and a hit batter plated two runs with the bases loaded.
Javier Martinez had his longest outing of the year, going
6.1 innings and surrendering three runs, two earned, on four hits and four
walks. It is the second consecutive game
that he has walked four batters and the fourth straight start that he has
yielded a home run.
Michael Johnson hit his eighth homer of the year, tying him
for the California League lead. He went
2-for-4 with two RBI’s, pushing his season total up to 31 in 18 games. Johnson also added his fourth sacrifice fly
of the year.
Drew Macias extended his hitting streak to eight games,
going 2-for-6 with an RBI. He also stole
a base and threw out a runner at home plate.
He has three outfield assists on the year and zero errors in the field.
Matt Thayer has reached base six times in his first two
games. He has three hits and three walks
while knocking in his first run of the year on Wednesday.
Fort Wayne had the night off