Minor League Roundup, June 24, 2012


It was a busy Sunday down on the farm, full of excitement, and a walk-off in Lake Elsinore! Here is the roundup:

Tucson 7 (24-52), Fresno 5: The T-Padres scored two runs in the ninth inning, to get the win. The winning hit came from 2B Anthony Contreras(.290), as he delivered with a two-run double. 1B Matt Clark(.295) and 3B Jedd Gyorko(.316) each had two RBI’s. Matt Lollis made an emergency start, and pitched well. He gave up one run in three innings of work.

San Antonio 5, (4-1), Midland 1: San Antonio only needed six hits to score five runs, and they are off to a hot start in the season’s second half. C Ali Solis(.300) had a nice game, going 3-4 with a double, and two RBI’s. Donn Roach made his AA debut out of the bullpen, and pitched three shutout innings.

Lake Elsinore 4, (4-0) Lancaster 3: The Storm won walk-off style, in 14 innings. The winning hit came courtesy of 2B Casey McElroy (.667), who went 2-5, including the walk-off single. McElroy is 10-15 since joining the Storm. DH Tommy Medica went 3-6(.325), and slammed his ninth homer. Matt Jackson turned in a solid start, allowing just one hit in six shutout innings.

Lake County 4, Fort Wayne 2 (2-1):  Another day at the office for SS Jace Peterson(.286) as he went 2-4 with a triple and an RBI. Tyler Stubblefield(.267) also had a pair of hits. Colin Rea(3.13 ERA) got the start for the Tincaps, and took the loss, as he gave up four runs in three innings.

Boise 14, Eugene 11 (5-5): It was a wild one in Boise, but the Em’s could not get anyone out. On the offensive side, Brian Adams(.316) had a monster game, going 4-5, with two HR’s and 5 RBI’s. Genison Reyes got shelled in his start, as he gave up five runs in 2.2 innings.