Results tagged ‘ Daniel Vogelbach ’
Tony Campana had two hits in Iowa’s 4-3 loss to Las Vegas on Friday. Greg Rohan drove in two runs. Blake Lalli tied the game in the ninth with a RBI double.
Matt Szczur had two hits add one RBI in Tennessee’s 4-3 loss to Huntsville. Trey McNutt made his ninth relief appearance and gave up an unearned run on one hit over two innings.
Micah Gibbs had two hits and two RBIs in Daytona’s 8-5 loss to Dunedin.
Jorge Soler made his debut for Peoria and drove in two runs in a 10-5 loss to Burlington.
Daniel Vogelbach hit two home runs, his second straight multi-homer game, in Boise’s 11-8 win over Everett. He drove in five runs and was batting .381. Jeimer Candelario had four hits, including two doubles, and drove in two runs. Marco Hernandez also homered, his fourth.
Duane Underwood walked two in one inning in Mesa’s 7-3 loss to the Rangers. Shawon Dunston Jr. had two hits and two RBIs and Albert Almora extended his hitting streak to seven games.
Iowa’s game Saturday in Las Vegas was suspended after four innings because of rain.
Dae-Eun Rhee threw six shutout innings in Tennessee’s 2-0 win over Huntsville. Matt Szczur had two hits and Jae-Hoon Ha and Michael Brenly each drove in a run.
Daytona’s game against Dunedin was postponed because of rain.
Jorge Soler hit his first home run for Peoria, a grand slam, in a 5-3 win over Beloit. Soler connected in the third inning. Wes Darvill had three hits and Luis Liria picked up the win in relief.
Daniel Vogelbach extended his hitting streak to 11 games in Boise’s 4-1 win over Salem-Keizer. He has driven in a run in seven straight games. Trey Martin had two hits and one RBIs.
Albert Almora had three hits and one RBIs in Mesa’s 8-3 win over the Angels. Trevor Gretzky had two hits and two RBIs.
– Carrie Muskat
Ty’Relle Harris, subbing for Brooks Raley, picked up his first Triple-A win, giving up two runs over six innings in Iowa’s 7-4 win over Reno. Harris struck out five. James Adduci drove in three runs, and Dave Sappelt had two hits and two RBIs.
Jake Brigham, making his second start since he was acquired from the Rangers for Geovany Soto, gave up six runs over two-thirds of an inning in Tennessee’s 10-4 loss to Jackson. Justin Bour had two hits and one RBIs.
Austin Kirk gave up one run over 5 2/3 innings in Daytona’s 6-1 win over Lakeland. Javier Baez had his first multi-hit game with Daytona, going 2-for-4 with a double and three RBIs. Kirk won his third straight and now is 7-3 with a 3.13 ERA. Christian Villanueva had two RBIs.
Starling Peralta struck out 14 and gave up two hits over seven innings in Peoria’s 5-3 win over Clinton. Peralta ended a personal three-game losing streak with the win. He did not give up a hit until serving up a two-run homer in the sixth. Zeke DeVoss went 4-for-4 with two doubles and a triple.
Daniel Vogelbach hit his third home run in Boise’s 6-3 loss to Everett. James Pugliese gave up one run over four innings. Gioskar Amaya had two hits, including a triple.
Shawon Dunston Jr. drove in three runs in Mesa’s 6-1 win over the Angels. Albert Almora stole two bases and Jorge Soler drove in a run and stole two bases.
– Carrie Muskat
Chris Volstad gave up six earned runs on eight hits over 5 2/3 innings in Iowa’s 7-2 loss to New Orleans on Tuesday night. Josh Vitters did extend his hitting streak to a season-high 16 games, going 2-for-4. He’s hitting .345 in July. Alfredo Amezaga and Brett Jackson each had multiple hit games.
Nicholas Struck gave up five earned runs on seven hits over five innings in Tennessee’s 9-2 loss to Jackson. Logan Watkins had two hits, including a triple.
Matt Loosen gave up one run on five hits over 7 1/3 innings, striking out six, in Daytona’s 6-1 win over Charlotte. Loosen is 8-3 with a 2.79 ERA, and is holding hitters to a .181 average. Matt Szczur had three hits and two RBIs, and Roni Torreyes had two hits and a stolen base.
Peoria opens a six-game road trip Wednesday against Western Michigan. Jose Rosario was scheduled to start.
James Pugliese threw five shutout innings, giving up one run and striking out five, in Boise’s 5-0 win over Yakima. Trey Martin was 3-for-3, including his third home run, and stole a base. Martin was named Northwest League Player of the Week for July 9-15, batting .545 in that stretch with two home runs and seven RBIs.
Daniel Vogelbach hit his seventh home run in Mesa’s 6-5 win over the Mariners. Vogelbach is batting .360, and he drove in three runs. Shawon Dunston, David Bote and Carlos Penalver each had two hits.
– Carrie Muskat
Casey Coleman gave up three runs on four hits over three innings in Iowa’s 5-4, 11-inning win over Omaha on Friday. Welington Castillo hit his third home run. Michael Bowden picked up the win in relief.
Eric Jokisch gave up one run on five hits over six innings in Tennessee’s 5-1 win over Jacksonville in the first game of a doubleheader. In the second game, Nick Struck gave up three runs — one earned — on five hits over five innings in a 3-1 loss in the second game. Struck struck out six.
Matt Loosen struck out 10 over seven shutout innings in Daytona’s 5-1 win over Dunedin. Arismendy Alcantara was a single shy of hitting the cycle with a double, triple, home run and two RBIs. Rubi Silva had four hits.
Dustin Geiger hit his seventh home run in Peoria’s 8-3 loss to Burlington. Starling Peralta gave up six runs, but only two were earned, over five innings.
Boise lost a 5-4, 11-inning game to Tri-City. James Pugliese gave up three runs, two earned, on six hits over five innings. Jeimer Candelario, Chadd Krist, Wilson Contreras and Bijan Rademacher each hda two hits.
Daniel Vogelbcah hit his third home run in Mesa’s 10-3 win over the Giants. Tim Saunders and Carlos Escobar each had two hits.
– Carrie Muskat
Chris Rusin threw six shutout innings and recorded his eighth quality start but it wasn’t enough as Iowa lost, 4-1. Josh Vitters had two hits, including a two-out double in the ninth.
Tennessee scored four runs in the third to beat Chattanooga, 6-4. Dae-Eun Rhee gave up four runs on four hits over five innings for the win. Greg Rohan had four hits, including two doubles, and drove in two runs. Jae-Hoon Ha, who will play for the World team in the All-Star Futures Game, had two hits, including a double, and one RBI. Junior Lake also had two hits.
Daytona scored six runs in the sixth to post a 7-3 win over Lakeland. P.J. Francescon gave up three runs on five hits over six innings. Matt Cerda had two hits and two RBIs and Elieser Bonne was 3-for-3.
Jose Rosario gave up six runs (four earned) on 10 hits over seven innings and struck out seven in Peoria’s 6-0 loss to Kane County.
South African Tayler Scott gave up two runs, one earned, on one hit and four walks over 4 1/3 innings in Boise’s 7-5 loss to Tri-City. Gioskar Amaya had three hits and drove in two runs, and Stephen Bruno had two hits and two RBIs.
Daniel Vogelbach hit his second homer in as many games and drove in two runs in Mesa’s 5-4 loss to the Rangers. Vogelbach was hitting .462 and finished with two RBIs. Hunter Ackerman started and gave up two hits over three innings. Trevor Gretzky had two hits and scored a run.
– Carrie Muskat
Brett Jackson had two hits, a double and triple, plus two RBIs and one stolen base in Iowa’s 13-12 loss to Nashville. It was his third straight multi-hit game. Dave Sappelt hit his fourth homer and Josh Vitters had three hits, including two doubles. Adrian Cardenas and Blake Lalli each had three hits as well.
Nick Struck gave up two runs on five hits over five innings in Tennessee’s 3-0 loss to Chattanooga. Justin Bour had three hits, including two doubles, and Jae-Hoon Ha hit a double.
Matt Loosen gave up four runs on six hits over six innings in Daytona’s 5-3 loss to Lakeland. Rebel Ridling had two hits, both doubles, and one RBIs.
Starling Peralta gave up three runs on four hits over eight innings in Peoria’s 7-2 loss to Kane County. Taiwan Easterling had three hits and Dustin Geiger had two hits.
Dong-Yub Kim hit a solo homer in Boise’s 2-1 loss to Tri-City. He also hit a double in the game. Jeimer Candelario had two hits, and has hit safely in 10 of his last 11 games.
Daniel Vogelbach had four hits, including his first pro home run, in Mesa’s 9-7 win over the Athletics. Vogelbach also tripled and drove in three runs. Carlos Escobar and Izaac Garsez each had two hits.
– Carrie Muskat