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Old 04-17-2019, 09:37 AM
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Robert, Madrigal, and Walker keep on racking up the hits. Walker 2 for 4 last night with a double and a walk. He's got his average up to .333 with a .955 OPS.

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Originally Posted by A. Cavatica View Post
It was not a banner day in the minors. The good things were

(1) Charlotte coming back repeatedly against Gwinnett to win big in the 11th, but without much of anything from prospects. The biggest contributors were all organizational players (Guerrero, Tilson, Tucker, Delmonico, Escobar).

(2) Birmingham winning behind Lambert's quality start (despite 9 hits) and more offense from by the org guys;

(3) Luis Robert managed to raise his average by going 2 for 3, both singles, but was 1 of 2 in stolen base attempts.

Winston-Salem should have won their game but gave up 3 unearned runs. Kannapolis lost theirs on bad relief from Wilber Perez and Bennett Sousa.

It's a good thing the Sox won.
I was curious about this since his box score line looked good: 0.2 IP, 0 H, 0 BB, O R. It looks like Sousa came in with the bases loaded and 1 out in the inning. The first batter grounded into a fielders choice on the first pitch with a run scoring and then for the 2nd batter, he threw a wild pitch which let a run score before that batter grounded out on a 1-1 count to end the inning. Sousa has looked pretty decent so far this season, only 1 ER in 7.0 IP. 3 BB and 9 Ks in those 7 IPs.