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07.11.13 Mariners Minor League Report

07.11.13 Mariners Minor League Report

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SEATTLE MARINERS MINOR LEAGUE REPORT 
Games of July 10, 2013
YESTERDAY’S RESULT STANDINGS FIRST HALF WINNER/LOSER/SAVE
Tacoma 6
, at Tucson 5 55-39, 1st, +4.0 W-Sweeney (8-3)/S-Bawcom (16)at Tennessee 7,
Jackson 2
L-Ruffin (4-3)Tennessee 5,
at Jackson 2
10-10, T3rd, -2.0 29-37, 4th, -13.0 L-Fernandez (5-5)at Rancho Cucamonga 2,
High Desert 1
10-10, 3rd, -2.0 34-36, 3rd, -5.0 L-Hobson (5-5)
Clinton 6
, at West Michigan 1 10-9, 4th, -3.0 33-36, 5th, -9.5 W-Kaalekahi (3-1)
Everett 5
, at Eugene 0 19-7, 1st, +3.0 L-Olson (1-1)
Pulaski
, at Johnson City 10-7, 2nd, -0.5 POSTPONED RAIN
at AZL Mariners 13
, AZL Brewers 10 9-7, 2nd, -1.5 W-Pereira (1-2)/S-Claudio (4)
DSL Mariners
15-16, T5th, -5.5 POSTPONED
VSL Mariners
35-11, 1st, +12.0 POSTPONED
LEAGUE STANDINGS
Pacific Coast League Standings (Northern Division):W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10Tacoma Rainiers 55 39 .585 - 26-17 29-22 17-14 W1 7-3
Colorado Springs Sky Sox 50 42 .543 4.0 27-18 23-24 18-21 W2 5-5Salt Lake Bees 51 43 .543 4.0 29-18 22-25 19-12 W1 6-4Reno Aces 37 57 .394 18.0 19-32 18-25 12-19 W2 4-6
Southern League Standings (Northern Division):W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
Tennessee Smokies 12 8 .600 - 6-3 6-5 9-6 W1 5-5Birmingham Barons 11 10 .524 1.5 6-4 5-6 7-4 W2 5-5Chattanooga Lookouts 10 10 .500 2.0 8-6 2-4 5-5 L2 5-5
Jackson Generals 10 10 .500 2.0 6-5 4-5 3-7 L1 6-4
Huntsville Stars 8 13 .381 4.5 3-3 5-10 7-9 L1 6-4
California League Standings (Southern Division):W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
Lancaster JetHawks 15 6 .714 - 6-2 9-4 10-5 L1 6-4Inland Empire 66ers 13 8 .619 2.0 7-6 6-2 13-8 W1 5-5
High Desert Mavericks 10 10 .500 4.5 6-6 4-4 5-7 L2 4-6
Lake Elsinore Storm 9 11 .450 5.5 4-4 5-7 6-7 W1 5-5Rancho Cucamonga Quakes 7 14 .333 8.0 4-4 3-10 7-14 W2 5-5
Midwest League Standings (Western Division):W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
Beloit Snappers 13 6 .684 - 9-1 4-5 12-6 W1 6-4Cedar Rapids Kernels 13 6 .684 - 8-2 5-4 13-5 L1 4-6Quad Cities River Bandits 12 6 .667 0.5 9-1 3-5 12-5 L1 7-3
Clinton LumberKings 10 9 .526 3.0 6-3 4-6 9-9 W1 4-6
Peoria Chiefs 9 10 .474 4.0 7-2 2-8 9-9 L1 5-5Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 8 11 .421 5.0 5-5 3-6 7-11 W2 6-4Burlington Bees 5 14 .263 8.0 4-5 1-9 5-13 L2 4-6Kane County Cougars 4 14 .222 8.5 3-5 1-9 4-13 L3 3-7
Northwest League Standings (Western Division):
 
W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10Everett AquaSox 19 7 .731 - 11-5 8-2 11-4 W4 5-5
Vancouver Canadians 16 10 .615 3.0 7-3 9-7 9-6 W2 7-3Spokane Indians 15 11 .577 4.0 9-7 6-4 6-9 W3 9-1Tri-City Dust Devils 11 15 .423 8.0 3-7 8-8 4-11 W1 5-5
 Appalachian League (Eastern Devision):W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
Burlington Royals 11 7 .611 - 6-3 5-4 8-4 W6 6-4
Pulaski Mariners 10 7 .588 0.5 6-3 4-4 9-6 W4 7-3
Bluefield Blue Jays 10 8 .556 1.0 6-6 4-2 7-2 L5 5-5Danville Braves 9 9 .500 2.0 3-3 6-6 4-7 W4 6-4Princeton Rays 5 13 .278 6.0 5-5 0-8 1-10 W1 4-6
 Arizona League Standings (Western Division):
 
W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
 AZL Rangers 11 6 .647 - 6-3 5-3 3-3 L1 8-2
 AZL Mariners 9 7 .563 1.5 7-1 2-6 2-4 W1 7-3
 AZL Padres 8 9 .471 3.0 5-5 3-4 4-2 L1 4-6 AZL Royals 6 11 .353 5.0 3-6 3-5 3-3 L3 3-7
Dominican Summer League Standings:W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
DSL Royals 20 10 .667 - 8-6 12-4 20-10 W9 9-1DSL Red Sox 19 10 .655 0.5 11-3 8-7 19-10 L3 4-6DSL Astros 18 12 .600 2.0 6-10 12-2 18-12 L1 6-4DSL Athletics 15 15 .500 5.0 9-6 6-9 15-15 W1 7-3
DSL Mariners 15 16 .484 5.5 6-10 9-6 15-16 W4 6-4
DSL Rays 15 16 .484 5.5 6-10 9-6 15-16 W1 4-6DSL Indians 10 21 .323 10.5 4-11 6-10 10-21 L1 2-8DSL Dodgers 9 21 .300 11.0 2-13 7-8 9-21 L2 2-8
Venezuelan Summer League Standings:W L PCT GB Home Away Streak Last10VSL Mariners 35 11 .761 - 19-5 16-6 W3 8-2
VSL Phillies 23 23 .500 12.0 9-13 14-10 L3 4-6VSL Tigers 23 24 .489 12.5 11-11 12-13 L1 7-3VSL Cubs 22 24 .478 13.0 14-10 8-14 W2 4-6VSL Rays 13 34 .277 22.5 7-17 6-17 W1 2-8
FIRST HALF FINAL LEAGUE STANDINGS
Southern League Standings (Northern Division):W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
* Birmingham Barons 44 26 .629 - 24-11 20-15 25-15 W2 6-4Chattanooga Lookouts 35 35 .500 9.0 19-16 16-19 16-24 W1 6-4Tennessee Smokies 34 35 .493 9.5 17-17 17-18 23-17 W1 3-7Jackson Generals 29 37 .439 13.0 13-18 16-19 17-21 L2 4-6Huntsville Stars 29 39 .426 14.0 13-22 16-17 17-21 L1 3-7
California League Standings (Southern Division):W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
* Lancaster JetHawks 39 31 .557 - 23-12 16-19 27-16 L1 4-6Inland Empire 66ers 37 33 .529 2.0 19-16 18-17 24-22 L1 7-3High Desert Mavericks 34 36 .486 5.0 21-14 13-22 21-22 W1 4-6Rancho Cucamonga Quakes 31 39 .443 8.0 16-19 15-20 17-23 L2 3-7Lake Elsinore Storm 28 42 .400 11.0 18-17 10-25 21-27 W1 7-3
Midwest League Standings (Western Division):
 
W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
* Beloit Snappers 43 27 .614 - 21-14 22-13 36-22 W2 8-2@Cedar Rapids Kernels 40 28 .588 2.0 23-13 17-15 31-25 L4 3-7Peoria Chiefs 38 29 .567 3.5 20-11 18-18 32-25 W4 7-3Quad Cities River Bandits 38 31 .551 4.5 17-17 21-14 31-26 W1 4-6
Clinton LumberKings 33 36 .478 9.5 17-17 16-19 27-31 L2 5-5
Kane County Cougars 30 36 .455 11.0 18-17 12-19 23-31 W1 4-6Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 29 36 .446 11.5 12-20 17-16 22-31 L1 5-5Burlington Bees 26 39 .400 14.5 9-22 17-17 22-33 L1 3-7
 
 
MARINERS MINOR LEAUGE AFFILIATES TEAM RECAPS
 AAA TACOMA RAINIERS
 – 
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
 
 Tacoma 6 runs, 11 hits, 1 error Tucson 5 runs, 13 hits, 3 errors
RECAP:
The Rainiers scored 3 runs in the 4th inning and held onto an early 6-2 lead after 5innings as Tacoma defeated Tucson in the rubber match 6-5 on Wednesday night. SS
CarlosTriunfel
(3x4, R, 2B, 3B) fell a home run short of hitting for the cycle, while leading the team with 3hits. 2B
Ty Kelly
(2x3, R, 2B, 2 BB) and 1B
Nate Tenbrink
(2x4, 2 R) each recorded 2 of theRainiers 11 hits. Starter
Brian Sweeney
(6.1,8,4,4,1,5) recorded his 8th win of the season in a spotstart, allowing 4 runs on 8 hits in 6.1 innings. Reliever RH
Jonathan Arias
(0.2,3,0,0,0,0), LH
BrianMoran
(0.1,2,1,1,0,0) and RH
Logan Bawcom
(1.2,0,0,0,0,2) combined to allow only 1 run overthe final 2.2 innings.
Bawcom
recorded his 16th save of the season, retiring the final 5 batters inorder. He has tossed more than an inning in 5 of his 16 saves this season.
OF NOTE:
Tacoma owns a 4.0-game lead over Colorado Springs and Salt Lake in the PCL PacificNorthern Division. The Rainiers have now owned the top spot in the division for 38 consecutivegames (since May 31). It marks the longest Tacoma has held that position since holding down firstplace for 41 consecutive games, June 29-August 13, 2010. OF
Stefen Romero
has hit safely in acareer-high 10 straight games with 4 multi-hit contests, batting .386 (17x44) with 7 runs scored, 4doubles, 1 home run and 13 RBI. He is the first Rainiers player to hit two or more grand slams in aseason since Mike Carp hit two in 2010 (5/11 at New Orleans & 7/8 at Tucson). 1B
RichPoythress
has hit safely in 6 of his last 7 games, batting .357 (10x28) with 3 runs scored, 2doubles and 4 RBI. INF
Ty Kelly
has hit safely in 6 of 9 games he has appeared with Tacoma with5 multi-hit contests, batting .452 (14x31) with 9 runs scored, 4 doubles, 2 home runs, 6 RBI and 9walks. OF
Carlos Peguero
currently has a 7-game hit streak, batting .345 (10x29) with 4 runsscored, 3 doubles, 1 home run, 3 RBI and 3 walks. RHP
Logan Bawcom
has tossed 6.1 scorelessinnings over his last 5 relieaf appearances, including recording a save in each of those outings. Hecurrently leads all Mariners farmhands with 16 saves. LHP
James Paxton
recorded a season-high11 strikeouts on June 22 vs. Fresno. It marked his 9th career start recording at least 10 strikeouts(last: 11, 5/13/13 at New Orleans). RHP
Taijuan Walker 
tossed 14.0 scoreless innings over his first3 AAA starts, before allowing a solo home run in the 5th inning on July 7 at Salt Lake. Overall he is2-0 with a 0.56 ERA (1 ER, 16.0 IP) in 3 starts with Tacoma. He has limited opponents to a .186(11x59) average, while walking 5 and striking out 16. Walker is currently the youngest player in thePCL this season and 2nd-youngest in Triple-A. He made his Triple-A debut vs. Fresno on June 25at Cheney Stadium (W, 6.0,3,0,0,2,4). Walker is the youngest Rainiers pitcher to make his Triple-Adebut since a 19-year-old Felix Hernandez on April 8, 2005 at Fresno. LH
Bobby LaFromboise
 has yet to allow an earned run over 26 appearances (40.2 IP) at Cheney since his Tacoma debut, June 20, 2012. The
Rainiers
collected the team’s 50th win on Tuesday in their 86th game of theseason. Last season, the 2012 Tacoma squad did not reach the 50-win mark until August 5 in theteam’s 116th game played. Tacoma is the first time in the PCL to reach 50 wins, and the 4th in Triple-A.
COMPLETE GAME SHUTOUT
: LH
James Paxton
tossed his first career shutout as the TacomaRainiers blanked the Tucson Padres 7-0 at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium on Monday night.Paxton limited the Padres to 5 hits, all singles, and walked 2 with 4 strikeouts over a career-high9.0 innings of work.James Paxton’s 9.0-inning shutout win on Monday was the first recorded by aRainiers pitcher since fellow LH Chris Seddon tossed 9.0 scoreless frames in a win at ColoradoSprings on June 15, 2010. Prior to Monday, the longest start of Paxton’s career was 7.0 innings(Aug. 12, 2011 vs. Huntsville).
PCL ALL-STAR TEAM
: LHP
Brian Moran
and OF
Carlos Peguero
have been selected torepresent the PCL in the 2013 Dolan Auto Group Triple-A All-Star Game. This year’s event, whichpits PCL All-Stars against All-Stars from the International League, is scheduled to be played onWednesday, July 17th at Aces Ballpark in Reno, Nevada. Moran, 24, earned his first All-Starselection in his second season with the Rainiers. The left-hander leads Tacoma’s ranks secondamong PCL relievers after producing a rate of 12.73 strikeouts per nine innings pitched this season.Peguero, 26, is also set to make his first Triple-A All-Star appearance in his 8th season sincesigning with the Mariners as a non-drafted free agent in 2005. This season marks the 2nd in asmany years that the Rainiers have had 2 players featured in the Triple-A All-Star Game.
Today’s probable starter:
RH Brandon Maurer (2-3, 4.37) vs. Reno
MARINERS ORG. LEADERS:Pitching Leaders
ERA:
1. Edwin Diaz ............................... 0.412. Jose Flores ............................. 1.563. Thyago Vieira ........................... 1.964. Taijuan Walker ......................... 2.166. Tyler Pike ................................ 2.397. Neritzon Osorio ........................ 2.418. Roenis Elias ............................. 2.779. Lars Huijer ............................... 2.8310. Noel De La Cruz ..................... 3.0510. Logan Seifrit ............................. 3.07
WINS:
1. Brian Sweeney .............................. 82. Andrew Carraway ......................... 6Scott DeCecco .............................. 6 James Paxton ............................... 6 Taijuan Walker .............................. 6
SAVES:
1. Logan Bawcom ........................... 162. Dominic Leone ............................ 113. Carson Smith .............................. 104. Stephen Shackleford ..................... 8Grady Wood .................................. 7
STRIKEOUTS:
1. Taijuan Walker .......................... 1122. James Paxton ............................. 913. Stephen Landazuri ...................... 874. Roenis Elias ................................ 835. Trevor Miller ................................ 78
MARINERS ORG. LEADERS:Offensive Leaders
 Average:
1. Kyle Petty ................... .383 (23x60)2. Jack Reinheimer ........ .337 (28x83)3. Chris Taylor ............ .329 (112x340)4. Noe Berroa ................. .327 (16x49)5. Brad Miller ................ .319 (82x257)6. Ian Miller .................... .306 (15x49)7. Isaiah Yates ............... .306 (15x49)8. Chantz Mack .............. .304 (14x46)9. Ji-Man Choi .............. .299 (81x271)10. Justin Seager ............. .299 (23x77)
Home Runs:
1. Jabari Blash ................................ 162. Daniel Paolini .............................. 14Carlos Peguero .......................... 144. Ramon Morla .............................. 135. Ji-Man Choi ................................. 12Brad Miller ................................... 12
RBI:
1. Daniel Paolini .............................. 602. Carlos Peguero ........................... 583. Ji-Man Choi ................................. 56Kevin Rivers ................................ 565. Brad Miller ................................... 53
Stolen Bases:
1. Chris Taylor ................................. 252. Jamal Austin ............................... 243. James Jones ............................... 214. Leon Landry ................................ 185. Abraham Almonte ....................... 17
 
 
 AA JACKSON GENERALS
 – 
SOUTHERN LEAGUE
 
 Jackson 2 runs, 5 hits, 1 error Tennessee 7 run, 13 hits, 1 error
Game 2
: Tennessee 5 runs, 3 hits, 1 error Jackson 2 run, 6 hits, 1 error
OF NOTE:
  The first 2 games of a 7.0-inning game set with Tennessee did not go Jacksons direction, as the Smokies took both against theGenerals with scores of 7-2 and 5-2. The first game was the completion of the June 28th game between the two teams that was cancelledbecause of rain. Jackson’s season-high 4-game win streak was brought to an end with the loss. In game, 3B Ramon Morla (2x3, R, 2B)recorded the team’s only multi-hit game, while LF
Jack Marder 
(1x2, RBI) and DH
Leon Landry
(1x2, RBI, BB) each knocked in 1 of theGenerals 2 runs. Starter
Chance Ruffin
(1.1,4,2,2,1,0) recorded his 3rd loss of the season, allowing 2 runs on 4 hits in 1.1 innings. RH
Moises Hernandez
(4.1,7,4,4,2,1) and RH
 Andrew Kittredge
(0.1,2,1,1,0,1) combined to allow 5 runs over the final 5.2 innings in relief. Ingame 2, SS
Chris Taylor 
(1x3, R, HR, RBI, BB) hit a lead off home run to give Jackson an early 1-0 lead. Taylor, 2B
Gabriel Noriega
 (1x4), RF
James Jones
(1x3, BB, SB), DH
Ji-Man Choi
(1x2, R, 2B, BB), LF
Jack Marder 
(1x2, RBI, SF) and CF
Leon Landry
(1x3)each recorded 1 of the Generals 5 hits. Starter
 Anthony Fernandez
(5.0,2,5,4,4,4,2HR) recorded his 5th loss of the season, allowing 4runs on 2 hits in 5.0 innings. LH Nick Hill (1.0,1,0,0,1,1) and RH
Tyler Burgoon
(1.0,0,0,0,0,1) combined to hold the Smokies scorelessover the final 2.0 innings.
OF NOTE:
 SS
Chris Taylor 
has hit safely in 10 of his last 11 games with 6 multi-hit outings, batting batting .405 (17x42) with 8 runsscored, 3 doubles, 1 triple, 1 home run, 5 RBI, 3 stolen bases and 6 walks. Overall he has hit safely in 15 of 19 games after beingpromoted to Jackson from High Desert, batting .310 (22x71) with 12 runs scored, 5 doubles, 1 triple, 1 home run, 5 RBI, 11 walks and 5stolen bases.
Taylor 
recorded his 100th hit of the season on June 30 vs. Birmingham. He was the first Mariners farmhand to record at least100 hits. After allowing 5 runs over his first 6 appearances of the season, RH
Carson Smith
has allowed only 4 earned runs over his last22 relief appearances. During this stretch he is 0-1 with 6 saves and a 1.57 ERA (4 ER, 23.0 IP). Since April 22, Smith has lowered hisERA from 8.44 to 2.76. Smith has struck out at least 1 batter in 25 of 28 games, including recording 12 strikeouts over his last 6appearances. LH
Kyle Hunter 
has held oppoents scoreless in 18 of 22 relief appearances this season. Overall he is 1-0 with 1 save and a1.44 ERA (5 ER, 31.1 IP). He has limited opponents to a .209 (24x115), while walking 7 and striking out 19. RH
Tyler Burgoon
hasallowed only 1 run over his last 16.2 innings in relief (11 G). During this stretch he has limited opponents to a .120 average (6x50), whilewalking 8 and striking out 19. He has recorded at least 1 strikeout out in 22 of 24 appearances with Jackson (48 strikeouts overall),including 8 outings with at least 3 strikeouts.
SOUTHERN LEAGUE ALL-STAR TEAM
: OF
Julio Morban
and OF
James Jones
will represent Jackson on the North Division roster forthe 2013 Southern League All-Star Game, which is scheduled for July 17 at Bragan Field at Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville. RHP
Taijuan Walker 
was also selected to the roster, but is unable to play due to his recent promotion to AAA Tacoma. Players were selectedby a vote of Southern League field managers, radio broadcasters, general managers and print media. All players on Southern Leaguerosters as of June 12 were eligible in the voting.
Today’s probable starter:
LH
Roenis Elias
(5-7, 2.77) vs. Tennessee
 A HIGH DESERT MAVERICKS
 – 
CALIFORNIA LEAGUE
 
High Desert 1 run, 6 hits, 1 errorRancho Cucamonga 2 runs, 2 hits, 1 error
RECAP:
DH
Daniel Paolini
hit his 14th home run of the season in the 7th inning, but it wasn’t enough as High Desert lost to RanchoCucamonga 1-2 on Wednesday night.
Paolini
(2x4, R, HR, RBI) led the team with 2 hits, while CF
Jamal Austin
(1x4), 2B
Patrick Brady
 (1x4), LF
Jabari Blash
(1x3, BB) and 3B
Patrick Kivlehan
(1x3, BB) each recorded 1 of the team’s 6 hits. LH
Cam Hobson
(5.0,1,1,1,5,2)recorded the loss, allowing 1 run on 1 hit and 5 walks in 5.0 innings. LH
Bobby Shore
(3.0,1,1,1,1,3,HR) allowed a solo home run in thebottom of the 6th inning, but held the Quakes scoreless in the 7th and 8th innings.
OFNOTE
: DH
Daniel Paolini
currently has a 5-game hit streak, batting .350 (7x20) with 4 runs scored, 2 doubles, 1 home run, 3 RBI and 2walks. He has also his safely in 7 of his last 8 games with 4 multi-hit games, batting .355 (11x34) with 7 runs scored, 2 doubles, 2 homeruns, 4 RBI and 6 walks. After allowing 9 runs in his first 11.2 innings with the Maverick,
Dominic Leone
has only 2 earned runs over hislast 25.2 innings in relief (0.70 ERA). During this stretch he has limited opponents to a .188 (16x85) average, while walking 5 and strikingout 32. Since May 9, he has lowered his ERA from 6.23 to 2.56. RH
David Colvin
has allowed only 4 earned runs over his last 21.0innings in relief (1.71 ERA). He has struck out at least 1 batter in 22 of 24 appearances this season (46), including 10 straight games with astrikeout (18). INF OF
Jamal Austin
has hit safely in 10 of his last 12 games with an at-bat, batting .348 (16x46) with 9 runs scored, 2doubles, 5 RBI, 5 walks and 4 stolen bases. 3B
Patrick Kivlehan
has hit safely in 6 of his last 7 games, batting .435 (10x23) with 6 runsscored, 1 RBI, 7 walks and 1 stolen base. OF
Jabari Blash
has hit safely in 8 of his last 9 games with an at-bat, batting .324 (12x37) with 5runs scored, 2 doubles, 2 home runs, 8 RBI, 5 walks and 1 stolen base. INF Patrick Brady has recorded 6 hits in his last 12 at-bats with 1double and 4 RBI.
Today’s probable starter:
RH
Brett Shankin
(2-4, 5.40) at Rancho Cucamonga

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