22 June 2010

Royals on the Farm 6/22 -- Moustakas, Hosmer on Futures roster

AAA - Omaha: Iowa 8, O-Royals 7

2B Lucas 3-5, 3B, HR (5), 5 RBI (20), K, RS -- .362, that's a double shy of the cycle
RF Lough 2-4, BB, 2B (8), HR (7), RBI (29), 2 RS -- .278
DH Ka'aihue 0-1, 3 BB, SF, RBI (44), RS -- .319
LF Gordon 0-4, BB, 2 K -- .333
1B Thorman 1-2, 3 BB, K, 2 RS -- .251

Hernandez 6 IP, 7 ER, 7 H, 2 BB, 3 K, 2 HRA -- 5.71 ERA
Herges IP, 2 K -- 4.58 ERA
B. Hardy 1 1/3 IP, ER, 2 H, 2 BB, K -- L, 1-1, 2.16 ERA

* Omaha squandered a 4-run 1st as Gaby Hernandez had a fairly bad start. Kila Ka'aihue hit a sac fly in the 1st and Ed Lucas stayed hot with a 3-run homer for his 5th of the season to spot the Royals a 4-0 lead. Omaha loaded the bases with none out in the 3rd but like their big league counterparts couldn't plate a run. Iowa got 2 2-run homers off Hernandez in a 5-run 3rd to take the lead. They added 2 runs in the 6th off Hernandez to make it 7-4. Lucas ripped a 2-run triple in the 8th to cut the lead to 1 and David Lough hit a 1-out solo homer in the 9th to tie it at 7. It was Lough's 7th homer. Blaine Hardy stranded 2 in the 8th and gave up a 1-out walkoff single in the 9th to end it. RP Brian Schlitter got 2 outs for the win to move to 1-1. Starter Jay Jackson allowed 4 ER over 6 IP. C Welington Castillo had 2 hits for Iowa. Omaha is 38-32. Phil Humber starts Wednesday's game 2.

AA - NW Arkansas: Naturals 5, Tulsa 4 (13)

3B Moustakas 3-5, BB, 2B (21), HR (18), 3 RBI (66), RS, E (12) -- .361, yesssssssss
RF Orlando 3-5, BB, K, CS (6) -- .310
DH Giavotella 2-6, S, GW RBI (23), RS -- .277
2B Seratelli 2-6, 2 K, RS -- .293
C Pina 1-5, HR (6), RBI (23), K, RS, E (7) -- .268
CF D. Robinson 2-7, K, RS -- .292
NWA stranded 13.

Paulino 5 2/3 IP, 4 R (3 ER), 5 H, 4 BB, 3 K -- 4.19 ERA
Swaggerty 1 2/3 IP, H, 2 K -- 3.38 ERA
Keating 3 2/3 IP, H, 2 BB, 2 K -- 2.25 ERA
Chavez 2 IP, H, 3 K -- W, 2-0, 4.87 ERA

* Mike Moustakas had another good night but Johnny Giavotella had the walkoff hit in the 13th. Eduardo Paulino allowed a run in the 1st and Tulsa added 2 in the 3rd to make it 3-0. Moustakas tied it with one swing in the 3rd with a 3-run homer for his 18th of the season. Manny Pina broke the tie with a solo homer in the 5th for his 6th of the season to make it 4-3. Two errors helped the Drillers tie it in the 6th and then a dry spell ensued for both teams. NWA squandered a bases-loaded 1-out situation in the 12th but put 2 on with 1 out in the 13th. Giavotella hit a 2-out walkoff single to put the first half to rest. NWA finished with their best half ever, 42-28. The teams wrap up the set with the first game of the second half Wednesday. Moustakas was named to the U.S. team in the All-Star Futures Game along with Eric Hosmer. Nice to see 2 Royals involved. I bet Myers is on it in the next couple years. I wonder if Montgomery would have gotten a shot if healthy.

A-Adv. - Wilmington: all-star break

* The all-star game is tonight in Myrtle Beach. Hosmer was 0-4 with 2 Ks, Salvador Perez was 0-2 with a K, Alex Caldera pitched a scoreless inning with a K and Chris Dwyer got 1 out.

A - Burlington: all-star break

* The West all-stars lost, 6-2, Tuesday. Wil Myers was 0-1 with a walk and K, Bryan Paukovits struck out 1 in a scoreless IP and Tyler Sample allowed a hit and got an out.

Rookie - Idaho Falls: Chukars 11, Orem 2

DH Watts 4-5, 2 HR, 4 RBI, K, 2 RS -- .500, 28th rounder breaking OUT in second pro game
2B Espinal 4-5, 2 RBI (3), 2 RS, E -- .500
RF Monger 3-5, 2B, RBI, K, SB -- .600, first Soria, now Monger, Moore OWNS the Padres
3B Culver 2-4, K, 2 RS -- .286
SS Trapp 2-4, RBI, RS, picked off -- .375
CF Adams 0-4, BB, 2 RBI (3), RS -- .125
1B Kuebler 1-5, RBI (2), 4 K, RS -- .400, AG's cousin wears golden sombrerrrrrrro, tough night baseball wise for the fam
LF Ferguson 1-5, K -- .200
C David 1-2, BB, HBP, 2 RS, SB -- .333, catcher showin some wheels

L. Perez 5 IP, ER, 3 H, BB, 6 K, HRA -- W, 1-0, 1.80 ERA, I like Leondy
De La Rosa IP, 2 K -- 0.00 ERA
Graham 3 IP, ER, 3 H, BB, 4 K, HRA -- 3.00 ERA

* Idaho Falls broke out for 8 straight runs to even the record at 1-1. Orem got a solo homer off Leondy Perez in the 4th but Murray Watts answered with his 1st pro homer in the bottom of the inning to tie it. The Chukars surged ahead with 5 in the 5th on a Justin Trapp RBI single, a Lane Adams RBI groundout, a Yowill Espinal RBI single, a Jake Kuebler RBI single and Cameron Monger RBI single. Adams hit another RBI groundout in the 6th and Espinal singled home another run in the 6th to make it 8-1. Tyler Graham gave up a homer to the first batter he faced but settled down to go scoreless the rest of the way. RP Kevin Johnson allowed 6 ER over 1 2/3 IP to take the loss. Starter Carmine Giardina pitched 3 scoreless innings. DH Nick Farnsworth and 3B Thomas Nichols had 2 hits each for the Owlz. Both had their first homer of the season. The rubber match of the series is Wednesday.

Rookie - Burlington: Greeneville 7, B-Royals 3

SS McClure 2-4, RBI -- .500
2B Piterson 2-3, S, K, RS, SB, E -- .667
1B G. Baldwin 1-4, RBI, RS -- .250
CF Llanos 1-4, K -- .250
C Jenkins 0-4 -- .000
DH Furmanek 1-4, K -- .250
LF Taylor 0-4, 2 K -- .000

Simmons 5 IP, 3 R (2 ER), 6 H, BB, 7 K, HRA -- 3.60 ERA, nice K rate, K/BB
Dooley 2 IP, ER, 2 H, 2 K -- L, 0-1, 4.50 ERA, got first pro loss out of the way quick
Penny 2/3 IP, 3 ER, 3 H, BB, K, HRA -- 40.50 ERA
Worrell 1 1/3 IP, 2 K -- 0.00 ERA

* Things picked up for the B-Royals where they left off in 2009, another loss. Crawford Simmons got 2 Ks in the 1st but gave up a solo homer in the 2nd before working out of a jam. The Stros scored 2 in the 3rd to make it 3-0. Burlington broke back with 3 runs in the 3rd on a run-scoring error, a Geoff Baldwin RBI single and an Alex McClure RBI single for his first pro ribby. Simmons struck out 2 in the 5th to finish strong. Gates Dooley gave up a run in his first pro IP and then Robert Penny gave up 3 runs in the 8th as the Astros pulled away. RP John Frawley got the win for Greeneville with 2 2/3 scoreless IP. Starter Euris Quezada allowed 3 ER over 4 IP. 3B Jhonny Medrano had 3 hits (including a homer) and two others had 2 hits for the Astros. Burlington is 0-1.

Rookie - AZL: off day

* The Royals take on the Rangers tomorrow.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What's the story with Monger?

Also, I have a suggestion, would you consider listing the players in order by their season totals instead of by who had the best game? Then we could see how the best prospects did each game. You could also add an honorable mention for whatever organizational player had the best game.

Just a suggestion, it might not work out.