Vancouver 13 Hillsboro 4
The C’s were all that stood in the way of a reverse Org Sweep last night with the other three affiliates losing, but in their first appearance on MiLB. Tv last night, Vancouver pounded out 18 hits to win their sixth in a row.
A six-run third inning put the C’s up 7-2, and Sean Wymer gave the team four strong frames before handing things over to the bullpen.
Vancouver native Brayden Bouchey took over for Wymer in the 5th, but couldn’t get out of the inning. Lefty reliever Marcus Reyes came on and got two strikeouts in a row to get out of the inning, leaving the potential tying run on 3rd, and keeping the C’s up 7-3.
Cameron Eden continued his impressive start for Vancouver, rapping out three hits and stealing his 10th and 11th bases of the young season. Ryan Gold and Tanner Morris added 3 hits to the C’s attack as well. Catcher Phil Clarke had two hits in five trips to the plate, threw out a would-be base stealer and 2nd, and picked a runner off at 1st.
Clearwater 5 Dunedin 4
The D-Jays had runners on 1st and 2nd with no one out in the top of the 10th and the heart of the order coming up, but couldn’t bring placed runner Leo Jimenez home, and lost a close one to Clearwater, who scored in their half of the inning.
Orelvis Martinez drove in two runs with a double for Dunedin. Jhon Solarte had two hits. Naswell Paulino battled control issues, walking four and striking out as many, but he did showcase some impressive spin:
Portland 12 New Hampshire 6
A five-run eighth inning meltdown by the Fisher Cats bullpen led to a loss to the Sea Dogs.
New Hampshire had fought back to tie the game at 6 in the 7th inning thanks to a 3-run shot by the red hot Gabriel Moreno:
With that shot, Moreno extended his hit streak to ten games. Earlier, Otto Lopez ran his run of consecutive games with a hit to 11 as part of a 3-5 inning:
Austin Martin didn’t play for the second straight game after being pinch hit for late in Saturday’s game.
Worcester 9 Buffalo 4
Starter TJ Zeuch gave up 7 runs (all earned) and 9 hits over 4 innings, as Worcester got out to an early lead they would not relinquish.
Kevin Adams homered for the Bisons, and Riley Adams did this: