Tuesday, August 1st: Siddall Helps Ports Win Big, while Meisner Pitches Hounds to Victory as Mateo Makes Debut & Armenteros Has 4 RBIs for AZL A’s

A’s Prospect Of The Day: Stockton Ports Outfielder Brett Siddall (4 for 5 / Home Run / 2 Doubles / 4 RBIs)

A’s Prospect Of The Day: Stockton Ports Outfielder Brett Siddall (4 for 5 / Home Run / 2 Doubles / 4 RBIs)



Inland Empire 66ers  0

Stockton Ports       14

WP – Sawyer 2-4 / 3.57

HR – Siddall (18), Barrera (4), Raga (3)

Prospect Of The Game:

Outfielder Brett Siddall

(4 for 5 / Home Run / 2 Doubles / 4 RBIs)

Left fielder Brett Siddall continued his torrid hitting in the second half to help the Ports prevail for the fourth time in their last five games on Tuesday. The 22-year-old collected 4 hits, including a home run and a pair of doubles, while driving in 4 runs, and he’s now slashing .388/.452/.687 for Stockton in the second half. Catcher Argenis Raga singled and slugged a 3-run homer, while center fielder Luis Barrera singled and belted a 2-run blast, and right fielder Seth Brown singled, doubled, stole a base and drove in a pair. Ports pitchers shut out the 66ers on just 5 hits on Tuesday. Starter Dalton Sawyer struck out 7 over 5 scoreless innings to earn his 2nd win for Stockton, while RHP Kyle Friedrichs allowed just 1 hit over 4 scoreless frames to complete the shutout and pick up his 1st save for the Ports. Meanwhile, Midland shortstop Richie Martin was reassigned to Stockton, while infielder Edwin Diaz was sent back to Beloit on Tuesday.

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Salt Lake Bees      13

Nashville Sounds  4

LP – Neal 1-7 / 5.43

HR – Olson (21)



Prospect Of The Game:

Second Baseman Franklin Barreto

(3 for 4 / Double / RBI / Stolen Base)


RHP Zach Neal had a shaky start for the Sounds on Tuesday, allowing 9 runs, 8 earned, over 5 frames to suffer his 7th loss. Second baseman Franklin Barreto had 3 hits, including a double, and drove in a run, while designated hitter Matt Olson slugged his 21st home run as the Sounds lost their third straight to Salt Lake on Friday.



Midland RockHounds  10

Frisco RoughRiders         1

WP – Meisner 3-3 / 5.40



Prospect Of The Game:

Pitcher Casey Meisner

(6 IP / 3 H / 0 ER / 0 BB / 3 K / Win)


RHP Casey Meisner turned in an impressive start to help the Hounds win their fourth straight on Tuesday. The 22-year-old allowed just 3 hits over 6 shutout innings to earn his 3rd win for Midland. Center fielder B.J. Boyd had 3 hits and a walk and drove in a run, while second baseman Max Schrock singled, doubled and drove in 3, and shortstop Jorge Mateo, recently acquired from the Yankees in the Sonny Gray deal, went 1 for 5 with an RBI triple and scored twice while hitting in the leadoff spot in his RockHounds debut. And with Mateo’s arrival, Midland shortstop Richie Martin was reassigned to Stockton on Tuesday.



Burlington Bees    7

Beloit Snappers  2

LP – Altamirano 7-3 / 2.73



Prospect Of The Game:

Pitcher Xavier Altamirano

(6 IP / 5 H / 1 ER / 1 BB / 7 K)


RHP Xavier Altamirano had a strong start for Beloit, allowing 2 runs, just 1 earned, over 6 innings of work, but he still ended up suffering the loss as the Snappers’ five-game winning streak was snapped on Tuesday. Catcher Jason Goldstein had a pair of hits and a walk, while first baseman Miguel Mercedes walked and doubled in a run, and second baseman Josh Vidales tripled in a run in the loss. Meanwhile, infielder Edwin Diaz was reassigned to the Snappers from Stockton on Tuesday.


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

Vermont Lake Monsters  0

Tri-City Valley Cats            5

LP – Howard 0-1 / 2.20



Prospect Of The Game:

Designated Hitter Logan Farrar

(2 for 4)


The Lake Monsters suffered their second straight shutout loss on Tuesday. Designated hitter Logan Farrar had 2 of his team’s 6 hits, while shortstop Jesus Lage doubled for Vermont’s only extra-base hit. Third baseman Will Toffey singled, drew a pair of walks and stole a base, and first baseman Hunter Hargrove, who was promoted from the AZL A’s, went 0 for 4 with a strikeout in his Vermont debut. Starter Brian Howard allowed 3 runs over 3 innings of work to suffer the loss for the Lake Monsters.


ARIZONA LEAGUE  (Rookie Short-Season)

AZL A’s          5

AZL Dodgers  6

LP – Krall 2-3 / 1.84

HR – Armenteros (4)



Prospect Of The Game:

Outfielder Lazaro Armenteros

(2 for 4 / Home Run / 4 RBIs)


The AZL A’s mounted a late comeback to tie the game, but ended up suffering a walk-off loss in the bottom of the 9th on Tuesday. Starter Richard Jose Morban allowed 4 runs, 3 earned, over 4 1/3 frames, while LHP Cody Puckett was charged with 1 unearned run in 1 2/3 innings of relief for the A’s. But left fielder Lazaro Armenteros followed up his RBI single in the 1st inning with his 4th home run of the year, a 3-run homer in the 8th to give him 4 RBIs on the night and bring his team back within a run. A walk, a single and a ground out pushed home the tying run for the A’s in the top of the 9th, but a passed ball by catcher Jesus Monserratt allowed the winning run to score in the bottom of the 9th off LHP Pat Krall who took the loss for the A’s on Tuesday.


Wednesday’s Games:

Midland @ Frisco – 5:05pm PT / 7:05pm CT

Inland Empire @ Stockton – 7:10pm PT

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

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


Brett Siddall

Brett Siddall


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