Thursday, June 22nd: Ports Win Behind Siddall’s Big Bat while Sounds Drop a Pair

A’s Prospect Of The Day: Stockton Ports Designated Hitter Brett Siddall (4 for 4 / 2 Home Runs / 5 RBIs)

A’s Prospect Of The Day: Stockton Ports Designated Hitter Brett Siddall (4 for 4 / 2 Home Runs / 5 RBIs)



Modesto Nuts       1

Stockton Ports  11

WP – Duno 6-3 / 5.10

HR – Siddall 2 (9), Murphy (9), Bolt (7)

Prospect Of The Game:

Designated Hitter Brett Siddall

(4 for 4 / 2 Home Runs / 5 RBIs)

Designated hitter Brett Siddall had a big night at the plate for the Ports on Thursday. The 22-year-old collected 4 hits, including a pair of home runs, while driving in 5 runs to lead Stockton to victory in the first game of the second half. Catcher Sean Murphy and center fielder Skye Bolt both slugged solo shots, while first baseman Sandber Pimentel had 3 hits and drove in a pair of runs for the Ports. RHP Angel Duno turned in a strong start on Thursday, allowing just 1 run over 6 innings of work to earn his 6th win for Stockton. In other news, A’s shortstop Marcus Semien was sent to Stockton to begin a rehab assignment and is expected to make his first appearance for the Ports on Friday.

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Nashville Sounds          1

Oklahoma City Dodgers  2

LP – Doubront 0-1

HR – Barreto



Prospect Of The Game:

Pitcher Paul Blackburn

(5 IP / 3 H / 1 ER / 3 BB / 8 K)


The Sounds ended up suffering the loss in the completion of a suspended game on Thursday. When the game originally began on April 21, starter Paul Blackburn allowed 1 run over 5 innings of work while shortstop Franklin Barreto homered for the Sounds’ only run, and the contest was tied 1-1 when a power outage in the 8th inning forced the suspension. When play resumed on Thursday, LHP Felix Doubront took over on the mound and ended up surrendering the winning run in the bottom of the 9th to take the loss as the Dodgers won in a walk-off. With catcher Stephen Vogt designated for assignment and third baseman Matt Chapman placed on the disabled list by Oakland on Thursday, the A’s recalled catcher Bruce Maxwell and first baseman Matt Olson from Nashville, and outfielder Kenny Wilson was reassigned to the Sounds from the RockHounds. A number of recent Sounds made significant contributions for the A’s on Thursday. Maxwell collected 3 hits, while Olson had 2 hits and 2 walks and drove in 2 runs. Center fielder Jaycob Brugman singled and drew a pair of walks, and second baseman Chad Pinder had 2 hits and drove in a run for the A’s.



Nashville Sounds            5

Oklahoma City Dodgers  14

LP – Montas 0-1 / 5.68

HR – Nunez (19), McBride (5)



Prospect Of The Game:

Designated Hitter Matt McBride

(2 for 4 / Home Run / 2 RBIs)


RHP Frankie Montas struggled in his second start for the Sounds, surrendering 4 runs on 5 hits while throwing a total of 53 pitches over just 2 innings to suffer the loss in Thursday’s second game. RHP Chris Jensen gave up another 6 runs, 5 earned, in 3 innings of relief, while RHP Lou Trivino allowed 2 runs over 2 innings of work in his first appearance for the Sounds. Designated hitter Matt McBride singled in a run and homered, while first baseman Renato Nunez walked and hit his league-leading 19th home run for Nashville, and left fielder Jaff Decker, shortstop Franklin Barreto and catcher Ryan Lavarnway all had a pair of hits as the Sounds fell for the fifth time in their last six games on Thursday.



Midland RockHounds  5

San Antonio Missions    9

LP – Manarino 1-4 / 8.10



Prospect Of The Game:

Second Baseman Max Schrock

(2 for 4 / 2 Doubles / RBI)


LHP Evan Manarino had another rough start for the RockHounds on Thursday, allowing 6 runs over 6 innings of work to suffer his 4th loss for Midland. Second baseman Max Schrock doubled twice, scored twice and drove in a run, while first baseman Viosergy Rosa had a pair of singles and drove in 3, and third baseman Yairo Munoz singled, doubled and stole a base as the Hounds suffered their fourth straight defeat and their eighth loss in their last ten games on Thursday. The team also lost a pair of outfielders when Kenny Wilson was reassigned from the RockHounds to the Sounds and Tyler Marincov was placed on the disabled list with a broken left hand he suffered when he was hit by a pitch in Wednesday’s game. Marincov is set to undergo surgery in Arizona and is expected to be sidelined for at least six to eight weeks. Meanwhile, Midland outfielder J.P. Sportman will replace Marincov on the Texas League South Division All-Star squad, and RockHounds RHP Sam Bragg will take the place of RHP Lou Trivino, who was promoted to Nashville this week.



Beloit Snappers        2

Clinton LumberKings  6

LP – Twomey 0-1 / 5.40



Prospect Of The Game:

Shortstop Eric Marinez

(3 for 3 / Double / Walk)


The Snappers suffered their sixth loss in their last seven games on Thursday. LHP Kyle Twomey gave up 4 runs over 3 2/3 frames to take the loss in his first start for the Snappers. Shortstop Eric Marinez collected 3 hits, including a double, and walked, while center fielder JaVon Shelby walked and doubled in Beloit’s first run. Third baseman Nate Mondou had 2 hits, including a double, and designated hitter Kyle Nowlin singled twice and drove in a run in the loss.


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

Brooklyn Cyclones             5

Vermont Lake Monsters  3

LP – Blanco 0-1 / 4.50

HR – Lopez (1)



Prospect Of The Game:

Second Baseman Jesus Lopez

(2 for 4 / Home Run)


21-year-old Venezuelan RHP Argenis Blanco made the start on Thursday and allowed 2 runs over 4 1/3 frames to suffer the loss for the Lake Monsters. 20-year-old Nicaraguan second baseman Jesus Lopez singled and homered, while 19-year-old Venezuelan shortstop Jesus Lage singled, doubled, walked and drove in a run in the loss.


Friday’s Games:

Nashville @ Oklahoma City – 5:05pm PT / 7:05pm CT

Midland @ San Antonio – 5:05pm PT / 7:05pm CT

Modesto @ Stockton – 7:10pm PT

Beloit @ Clinton – 4:30pm PT / 6:30pm CT

Brooklyn @ Vermont – 4:05pm PT / 7:05pm ET


Brett Siddall

Brett Siddall


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