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The Cap on Tuesday; scores, highlights

Posted by Craig Forde  July 30, 2013 11:52 PM

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Red Sox affiliates

Triple-A
Norfolk – 4
Pawtucket – 5
WP: Wilson (2-1)
LP: McCutchen (2-2)
S: Lyon (2)
HR: NOR-Schoop (5), Paulino (1)
HIGHLIGHTS: In the midst of “Jackie Bradley Jr. getting pulled from the game in the 6th inning” Mania, a solid game was played. The Tides scored in each of the 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th innings to pull even with the PawSox who took the lead right back in the bottom half of the 8th on a Justin Henry sac fly. Henry happened to spell Bradley, leading to speculation that the No. 2 Red Sox prospect may have been part of a trade deadline deal. Manager Gary DiSarcinia told reports after the game that it was due to an arm issue with Bradley and nothing more. … Alex Wilson made his first rehab appearance, working the final out of the game, but not before allowing a run on 2 hits. … Xander Bogaerts went 0-for-2 but managed to get on base via walk and being hit by a pitch. He scored both times.

Double-A
Portland – 0
Richmond – 4
WP: Vogelsong (1-0)
LP: Ranaudo (8-4)
S: Rogers (1)
HR: RIC-Villalona (5), Duvall (10)
HIGHLIGHTS: The Sea Dogs ran up against rehabbing big leaguer Ryan Vogelsong who threw 5 scoreless innings, holding Portland to 5 hits and a walk. … Anthony Ranaudo used 98 pitches to get through 6 2/3 innings. He struck out 7 batters, the most since he K’d 13 in a June 13th start against Erie. Ranaudo went 0-2 with a 3.86 ERA in July with a considerable dip in strikeouts, having only K’d 15 in 25 2/3 innings. … Shannon Wilkerson (2-for-2, double, CS) had the only multi-hit game for a Sea Dogs lineup that had 6 hits on the night.

High-A
Potomac – 5
Salem – 6 (10 innings)
WP: Price (5-0)
LP: Dupra (0-4)
HR: POT-Dykstra (3)
HIGHLIGHTS: Down 5-2 in the seventh inning the Salem Sox forced extras and pulled out the win when Keury De La Cruz tripled and then scored on a throwing error with two outs in the tenth inning. De La Cruz went 2-for-6 with an RBI, 2 runs and 2 stolen bases. .. The Red Sox were 7-for-7 on stolen base attempts. … Reliever Matt Price worked 2 scoreless innings for his fifth win of the season. In his last ten appearances he is 2-0 with a 0.69 ERA and 11 Ks in 13 innings.

Low-A
Greenville – 5
Greensboro – 1
WP: Diaz (5-4)
LP: Hope (5-6)-
HR: GRE-Martinez (6), Gragnani (1); GRB-Rosa (20)
HIGHLIGHTS: Five runs in the first two innings were enough for the Drive to cruise to their second straight win. They move to 20-16 in the second half, only 3 games back of first place in the SAL Southern Division. … Reed Granani (3-for-4, HR, 3 RBIs, 2 runs, SB) hit his first professional home run, a two-run, two-out blast in the second inning. He has hit safely in five straight games and is batting .308 in his last ten. … Starter Luis Diaz struck out 8 in 6 scoreless innings. He has worked 58 2/3 innings in his last ten starts and has struck out 60 while walking 11 and allowing only 49 hits.

Short Season-A
Auburn – 4
Lowell – 6
WP: Aro (3-2)
LP: Barrientos (1-4)
S: Gunkel (2)
HIGHLIGHTS: The top three Spinners hitters sparked an 11-hit onslaught as Lowell once again picks up a win following a loss. Forrestt Allday, Tzu-Wei Lin and Kevin Mager were a combined 7-for-13 with 5 RBIs and 2 runs. … Mager went 3-for-5 with a triple and 3 RBIs. He has hit safely in five straight games and he raised his average to .314. …Starter Ty Buttrey faced 19 batters in his 4 innings, routinely working with guys on base. He gave up 5 hits and walked 3, but only gave up 1 run and struck out 3.

Rookie
GCL Rays – 3
GCL Red Sox – 1
WP: Castillo (2-0)
LP: Drehoff (0-1)
S: Mujica (1)
HIGHLIGHTS: Jake Drehoff, a 12th round selection by Boston in June, made his pro debut in the starter’s role, picking up the loss after allowing a run on three hits in the one inning he worked. The Southern Miss product faced five batters and got a ground out to start things off, but three straight singles loaded the bases and a sac fly brought one in. Drehoff caught Taylor Hawkins trying to steal to end the inning. … The Red Sox had just 6 hits in the game, with Joseph Monge and Jordon Austin picked up two apiece.

New England teams

Double-A
Akron – 4
New Britain – 5 (12 innings)
WP: Watts (1-0)
LP: Armstrong (0-2)
HIGHLIGHTS: Despite striking out 16 times in the game, the Rock Cats bats struck last with two runs in the bottom of the 12th after Akron had taken the lead in the top half of the frame. Miguel Sano doubled home Danny Santana and Eddie Rosario for the walk off win. Sano went 2-for-5 with a walk, 2 RBIs and a run. He has hit safely in 8 straight games. … Four New Britain relievers worked scoreless appearances.

New Hampshire – 7
Bowie – 9
WP: Wilson (6-1)
LP: Brummett (1-5)
S: Bischoff (1)
HR: NH-Wilson (1); BOW-Robinson (4)
HIGHLIGHTS: A four run rally in the top of the ninth was not enough for the Fisher Cats to come all the way back from a six-run deficit. Bowie batted around in the seventh inning and scored five times to put things out of reach. … Kenny Wilson (2-for-4, 2 RBIs, 2 runs, SB) hit his first home run with the Fisher Cats in his first game with the team since April. The speedy Wilson missed time due to a leg injury. … Drew Hutchison, who made 3 starts for New Hampshire in both 2011 and 2012, made a rehab start with the Fisher Cats, going 3 1/3 innings, allowing 3 runs on 3 hits and a walk.

Short Season-A
Batavia – 7
Connecticut – 2
WP: Newell (3-2)
LP: Crawford (0-2)
HR: BAT-Lopez (1)
HIGHLIGHTS: The Tigers were down five by the time they final figured out Muckdogs starter Ryan Newell in the bottom of the fifth. The two runs scored were not enough as Batavia got them right back in the sixth. Newell struck out 10 in five innings. … Curt Powell (2-for-4) and Kasey Coffman (2-for-3) accounted for 4 of Connecticut’s 5 hits. Powell stole his sixth base of the season.

Vermont – 2
Hudson Valley – 4
WP: Griffin (3-0)
LP: Bahramzadeh (0-1)
S: Loera (3)
HR: Boyd (5)
HIGHLIGHTS: B.J. Boyd put the Lake Monsters up in the third with a solo home run, his fifth of the season, but the Renegades struck right back, and followed up with two more in the fourth, turning that momentum into a win. … Boyd went 3-for-4 with an RBI and 2 runs. He raised his average to .333, sixth best in the NYPL. … Vermont reliever Sam Bragg threw two scoreless innings, allowing a hit and walk while striking out a batter. He has yet to give up a run in 11 innings of relief for the Lake Monsters.

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