clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Matt Morris Report: Harold Ramirez goes deep

New, comments

-- Indianapolis beat Lehigh Valley, 5-2.  Casey Sadler gave up two runs in seven innings.  He allowed six hits, walked one and struck out two.  Gorkys Hernandez went 2-3, Elias Diaz 2-4 with a double, and Alen Hanson 2-5.

-- Altoona edged Erie, 4-3.  Jason Creasy gave up two runs in the 1st, but recovered to go six and two-thirds innings without allowing any more.  He gave up four hits and two walks, and fanned one.  Adam Frazier went 3-4 and is now hitting .323 since missing the first month with a broken finger.  With Keon Broxton gone, and Max Moroff and Gift Ngoepe having good years, Frazier is playing center field.  Jacob Stallings was 2-3 with a double and he's now hitting .313.  Willy Garcia and Jose Osuna stayed hot, each going 2-4.  Moroff was 1-3 and Josh Bell 1-4.  Altoona was limited to four runs despite getting 14 hits, but Stallings was thrown out on the bases twice.

-- Jayson Aquino pitched well for the third time in five games since the Pirates acquired him as Bradenton beat Fort Myers, 6-2.  Aquino allowed two unearned runs on four hits and two walks in six innings.  He struck out five.  Reese McGuire and Erich Weiss each went 2-4 and Harold Ramirez (pictured) hit a three-run HR, his first.  Ramirez also stole two bases, giving him seven in just ten games.  Austin Meadows went 1-4.  Justin Sellers began his second attempt to rehab from an Achilles injury, playing short and going 1-4.

-- Alex McRae and John Sever got bombed as West Virginia was destroyed by Rome, 13-2.  McRae gave up six runs in four innings, then Sever got torched for seven in two and a third.  Taylor Gushue was 2-4 with a triple and Elvis Escobar also went 2-4.  Connor Joe was 0-4 and Cole Tucker didn't play.

-- MiLB.com didn't have the box score for the DSL Pirates.