Minor League Roundup, June 21, 2012


The Storm were back in action of Thursday night, while Fort Wayne gets back to playing tomorrow. Lets get to the breakdown!

Las Vegas 4, Tucson 2 (23-50): It was a rough night for the T-Pads, as they mustered only four hits, and didn’t score until the ninth inning. The only RBI’s of the game came courtesy of 3B Anthony Contreras‘ (.279) two-run single. 1B Matt Clark(.299) went 2-3, with a double. Jorge Reyes(4-8, 4.89 ERA) took the loss for Tucson. He pitched 5 innings, and gave up 3 earned runs, striking out 6.

San Antonio 5, (1-1), Corpus Christi 3: The Missions won this game in dramatic fashion, as 1B Nathan Freiman slammed a two-run walk-off homer for San Antonio. Freiman has 16 HR’s and 62 RBI’s on the season. 2B Jonathan Galvez(.353) and 3B Edinson Rincon(.260) each had two hits. Josh Geer(5.23 ERA) started for San Antonio, and was solid, pitching 7 innings, allowing just 2 runs.

Lake Elsinore 14, (1-0), Lancaster 1: The Storm opened the second half in a huge way, by destroying the Lancaster Jethawks DH  Connor Powers(.238) had a big night for the Storm, with a homer and 5 RBI’s. LF Everett Williams(.240) went 2-5, with RBI’s. Matthew Andriese was excellent on the mound, pitching 5 shutout innings, with 8 strikeouts.

Boise 5, Eugene 4 (4-3): Eugene took the lead in the top of the ninth, only to allow the Boise Hawks to win in the bottom of the ninth. Brian Adams(.125) had his first professional hit — a home run, in the fifth inning. In case you missed it, Adams did an interview with us last week. Chris Fetter started, and pitched 3 innings for the Em’s.