Sunday, June 30th: Streich’s Stellar Outing Leads Snappers to Victory while Cats & Hounds Win and Ports Fall

A’s Farmhand Of The Day

Beloit Snappers Pitcher Seth Streich (6 IP / 4 H / 0 ER / 1 BB / 7 K / Win)

 Beloit Snappers Pitcher Seth Streich      (6 IP / 4 H / 0 ER / 1 BB / 7 K / Win)

 

PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE  (Triple-A)

Reno Aces                         3

Sacramento River Cats  5

WP – Figueroa 2-0 / 4.75

HR – Barton (5)

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Farmhand Of The Game:

Pitcher Bruce Billings

(7 IP / 4 H / 2 ER / 1 BB / 5 K)

 

Starter Bruce Billings had a strong outing for Sacramento on Sunday, allowing 2 runs on just 4 hits while striking out 5 over 7 innings of work and left the game with a 1-run lead. LHP Pedro Figueroa gave up the tying run in the top of the 8th inning, but first baseman Daric Barton homered in the bottom of the 8th to give the River Cats the lead and hand Figueroa his 2nd win. RHP Brian Gordon got the final 3 outs for his 5th save, while Jemile Weeks made his second straight start in center field.

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TEXAS LEAGUE  (Double-A)

Midland RockHounds  11

Arkansas Travelers          6

WP – Viola 1-0 / 2.89

HR – Crumbliss (5)

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Farmhand Of The Game:

Designated Hitter Beau Taylor

(Double / 2 RBIs)

 

Starter Murphy Smith had a rough outing for the RockHounds on Sunday, allowing 6 runs on 10 hits over 5 1/3 innings, but LHP Pedro Viola came on to strike out 6 in 2 2/3 scoreless innings of relief to pick up his 1st win. First baseman Anthony Aliotti had 3 hits, while outfielder Conner Crumbliss homered, and designated hitter Beau Taylor doubled and drove in a pair of runs, including the go-ahead run in the top of the 8th inning for the RockHounds.

 

CALIFORNIA LEAGUE  (High-A)

Stockton Ports   3

San Jose Giants   5

LP – Simmons 5-3 / 3.51

HR – Crocker (8)

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Farmhand Of The Game:

Outfielder Bobby Crocker

(3 for 4 / Home Run)

 

RHP James Simmons had a shaky start for Stockton on Sunday, allowing 5 runs on 9 hits over 5 1/3 innings to take his 3rd loss. Outfielder Bobby Crocker collected 3 hits, including his 8th home run for the Ports. In other news, former top pitching prospect Michael Ynoa will be joining Stockton’s starting rotation this week.

 

MIDWEST LEAGUE  (Class-A)

Burlington Bees     0

Beloit Snappers  2

WP – Streich 9-4 / 4.41

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Farmhand Of The Game:

Pitcher Seth Streich

(6 IP / 4 H / 0 ER / 1 BB / 7 K / Win)

 

Starter Seth Streich had another impressive outing for the Snappers on Sunday, allowing just 4 hits and striking out 7 over 6 scoreless innings to earn his 9th win, while RHP Stuart Pudenz tossed 2 scoreless innings in relief to post his 2nd save. Second baseman Chris Bostick had 3 hits, including a double, to raise his average to .303, while outfielder Aaron Shipman went 1 for 3 in his return to the Snappers.

 

NEW YORK-PENN LEAGUE  (Class-A Short-Season)

Vermont Lake Monsters  13

Lowell Spinners                    4

WP – Stalcup 1-1 / 1.50

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Farmhand Of The Game:

Outfielder B.J. Boyd

(4 for 5 / Double / RBI)

 

Outfielder B.J. Boyd collected 4 hits, including a double, and drove in a run, while outfielder Herschel Powell had 3 hits, including a triple, and drove in a pair of runs for Vermont. The A’s 8th overall pick in this year’s draft, RHP Kyle Finnegan, allowed just 1 hit in 3 scoreless innings, while the team’s 12th overall pick, LHP Jerad Grundy, gave up 2 runs in 2 2/3 innings, and 11th overall pick, LHP Matt Stalcup, tossed 2 2/3 scoreless innings to pick up his 1st win for Vermont.

 

ARIZONA LEAGUE  (Rookie Short-Season)

AZL A’s         0

AZL Angels  12

LP – Herrera 1-1 / 10.64

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Farmhand Of The Game:

Pitcher Nolan Sanburn

(2 IP / 1 H / 0 ER / 1 BB / 3 K)

 

RHP Nolan Sanburn made his season debut on Sunday, striking out 3 in 2 scoreless innings of work, while the A’s 5th overall pick this year, LHP Chris Kohler, contributed 1 scoreless inning in relief. But RHP Ronald Herrera allowed 6 runs on 11 hits over 4 innings to take the loss for the A’s.

 

Monday’s Games:

Tucson @ Sacramento – 7:05pm PT

Midland @ Arkansas – 5:10pm PT / 7:10pm CT

Stockton @ Visalia – 7:00pm PT

Burlington @ Beloit – 5:00pm PT / 7:00pm CT

Tri-City @ Vermont – 4:05pm PT / 7:05pm ET

AZL Mariners @ AZL A’s – 7:00pm PT

 

 

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2 comments for “Sunday, June 30th: Streich’s Stellar Outing Leads Snappers to Victory while Cats & Hounds Win and Ports Fall

  1. August 2, 2013 at 5:24 am

    Carpet traps heat, yeah. Cardboard is good; a hardcover book might be btteer. Best is to have it upright with some space on either side, if you can stand the look of it. What’s real important is that the monstrous power brick (which is the REAL culprit, a lot of the time) is not on carpet and has some breathing room.Yes, everybody loves CoD4. Everybody except my real life friends, who do not care, so I can’t borrow it, d’oh! (Well, I suppose I could borrow the PS3 version, but I very much dislike the Dual Shock for FPS gaming.) I just can’t get excited about “modern warfare” and I’ve no interest in the multiplayer. And it seems complicated. I’m surprised somebody suggested it as the “learn FPSs” game!Santa Barbara does not strike me as the sort of town where the parents would ever allow their libraries to carry video games. (Did you check the Goleta branch?) I’ve read Game Over. It was actually okay, despite the usual spattering of incorrect trivial facts, and was much less incendiary than the full title (likely imposed by the publisher) would imply.

  2. August 28, 2013 at 11:41 pm

    Hi Lisa, I tried to learn when I was 16, parents paid for lonsess and bought me a nice used Ovation but I just wanted to be able to play, I didn’t want to take the time to learn. I wanted to play hip songs not the notes of twinkle, twinkle little star, so I gave it up.Now that I am 46 my priorities have changed. I will never be in a band of any kind and I may never be Stevie Ray, but I do know that I have the rest of my life to learn and I am just enjoying the journey.I wished I had stuck with it, but now since I am doing it for me, for the self satisfaction and not to impress anyone else in a way it is much easier.My memory isn’t very good anymore, but I find my patience is 10 times what it was so the learning is easier.Thanks for everything because it has a lot to do with you and all the other instructors over at Guitar Tricks that truly make this journey much more pleasurable.Jaime

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