Saturday, April 7: 3 out of 4 Affiliates Win as Gray and Peacock Make Their Debuts

A’s Farmhand Of The Day

Outfielder Michael Taylor Sacramento Rivercats (Home Run / 4 RBIs)

 

 

TRIPLE-A PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE

Sacramento Rivercats  10

Las Vegas 51s              8

(WP – Peacock 1-0 / 3.00)

 

Farmhand Of The Game:

Outfielder Michael Taylor

(Home Run / 4 RBIs)

 

 

Worth Noting: Catcher Derek Norris also homered, Daric Barton and Jermaine Mitchell had 3 hits apiece, and Brad Peacock allowed 2 earned runs over 6 innings in his first start for the Rivercats.

 

 

DOUBLE-A TEXAS LEAGUE

Midland Rockhounds  11

Arkansas Travelers     5

(WP – Hunter 1-0 / 0.00)

 

Farmhand Of The Game:

First Baseman Michael Spina

(Double / 4 RBIs)

 

 

Worth Noting: Sonny Gray allowed 4 earned runs over 5 innings in his first start of the season for the Rockhounds.

 

 

ADVANCED-A CALIFORNIA LEAGUE

Stockton Ports          7

Lake Elsinore Storm  2

(WP – Walz 1-0 / 2.84)

 

Farmhand Of The Game:

Shortstop Michael Gilmartin

(Home Run / 2 RBIs)

 

 

Worth Noting: Starter T.J. Walz struck out 7 over 6 1/3 innings for his first win of the season.

 

 

CLASS-A MIDWEST LEAGUE

Burlington Bees         1

Clinton LumberKings  7

(LP – Macias 0-1 / 3.60)

 

Farmhand Of The Game:

Third Baseman B.A. Vollmuth

(1 for 3 / 1 RBI)

 

 

Worth Noting: Outfielder Dusty Robinson failed to homer for the first time this season.

 

 

6 comments for “Saturday, April 7: 3 out of 4 Affiliates Win as Gray and Peacock Make Their Debuts

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    April 8, 2012 at 12:32 pm

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  2. April 8, 2012 at 4:22 pm

    Thank ya kindly – will do!

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  3. April 9, 2012 at 1:40 pm

    Taylor didn’t make the team? How did he do in ST? I thought that he would considering the relative hype surrounding him.
    -Mateo
    http://mateofischer.mlblogs.com

    • April 9, 2012 at 5:23 pm

      He hit .200 in spring training. And with all the new acquisitions this off-season, he’s moved way down the depth chart. Cespedes, Crisp, Reddick, Smith, Gomes and Cowgill are all ahead of him in the outfield picture.

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