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The Cap on Sunday; scores, highlights

Posted by Craig Forde  August 11, 2013 11:01 PM

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Red Sox affiliates

Triple-A
Pawtucket – 7
Syracuse – 1
WP: Wright (6-6)
LP: Tatusko (5-6)
HIGHLIGHTS: The PawSox (63-59) halted a four-game slide behind a solid pitching effort from Steven Wright and a couple of timely innings at the plate. They are currently one game back in the Wild Card race. … Wright threw seven innings without allowing an earned run, serving up seven hits and a walk while striking out four. After another stint with Boston, Wright returned for his first start with Pawtucket since a July 28th shutout performance. … Mark Hamilton (2-for-4) led the offense with a double, three RBIs and a run. He has doubled in each of his last three games. … Jackie Bradley Jr. went 1-for-2 with a double, two RBIs and two runs from the leadoff spot.

Double-A
Bowie – 6
Portland -5
WP: Bischoff (5-1)
LP: Celestino (1-9)
S: McCutchen (2)
HR: BOW-Rosa (4); POR-Linares (4)
HIGHLIGHTS: The Sea Dogs (57-63) let a three run lead slip in the eighth inning as they dropped their second straight series at home. … Matt Barnes allowed a run on four hits and three walks in five innings. He struck out six, but needed 101 pitches to record the 15 outs he needed. … J.C. Linares went 3-for-4 with a home run, four RBIs and a run. He has hit safely in nine straight games and has nine hits, including five for extra bases, in his last four games. … Garin Cecchini went 3-for-4 to raise his average with Portland to .301. He also picked up a walk and has seven in his last four games.

High-A
Salem – 6
Wilmington – 1
WP: Cuevas (7-7)
LP: Santiago (3-2)
HR: SAL-Marrero (2), Betts (4)
HIGHLIGHTS: The Salem Sox (59-59) get back to .500 with a balanced attack, kicking off their six game road trip on the right foot. … Mookie Betts sparked the offense with a five RBI performance. The second baseman went 3-for-5 on the day, hitting his fourth home run with Salem and 12th overall this season. Betts has hits in nine straight games and has driven in 12 and stolen five bases in that span. … William Cuevas worked seven innings, allowing a run, four hits and a walk while striking out four. He is 1-1 with a 2.25 ERA in two August starts.

Low-A
Greenville – 6
Asheville – 10
WP: Brown (6-0)
LP: Dahlstrand (3-7)
HR: ASH-Sosa (16)
HIGHLIGHTS: The Drive (45-71) end up splitting their four-game set with the Tourists after being outslugged in a game that had a combined 26 hits. … Aneury Tavarez went 3-for-4 with an RBI and three runs scored. He has scored 53 times this season, but is still ten behind Mookie Betts who scored 63 in just 76 games before being promoted to Salem. … Austin Maddox worked two scoreless innings of relief, striking out three and allowing only a walk and a hit. He has yielded just one run in his last six appearances out of the pen.

Short Season-A
Lowell – 3
Staten Island – 1
WP: McGrath (2-1)
LP: Davis (2-3)
S: Aro (1)
HR: LOW-Moore (1), Minnich (1)
HIGHLIGHTS: The Spinners (29-22) used a power surge (of sorts) and some strong pitching to salvage a win in Staten Island. Lowell is a game and half back of Tri-City in the Stedler Division and a half game behind State College in the Wild Card race. … Daniel McGrath pitched five perfect innings, striking out six along the way. The Australian lefty has picked up wins in his last two outings (one in relief). … Nick Moore and Nathan Minnich hit solo home runs, giving Lowell their only multi-homer game of the season.

New England teams

Double-A
Richmond – 5
New Hampshire – 1
WP: Snodgrass (10-4)
LP: Stroman (6-4)
HR: RIC-Ciriaco (1), Herrera (15); NH-Glenn (17)
HIGHLIGHTS: The Fisher Cats (56-62) didn’t get on the board until the ninth inning and it was too-little, too-late by that point as they drop their second straight. … Marcus Stroman gave up five runs and a season-high 11 hits for his second straight loss. His four strikeouts were the least amount of batters he has K’d in a game since he had four back on June 26th. … Brad Glenn’s solo hom run, his 17th, pulled him within one of team leader Ryan Schimpf and two behind the league lead.

New Britain – 5
Reading – 14
WP: Hollands (3-1)
LP: Summers (1-2)
HR: NB-Sano (13), Parraz (11); REA-Franco (9), Dugan (6)
HIGHLIGHTS: The Rock Cats (57-63) found out the hard way that it’s tough to win when you give up 14 runs, as Reading takes 2-of-3 from New Britain. … Miguel Sano (2-for-5) connected for his 13th Rock Cat homer, and 29th of the season. He has three straight two-hit games, with seven RBIs to go along with the streak.

Short Season-A
Connecticut – 10
Auburn – 6
WP: Felix (2-2)
LP: Joyce (0-2)
HR: CON-McAlpine (2); AUB-Lippincott (4), Attl (1)
HIGHLIGHTS: The Tigers (24-29) head into the All Star break on a winning note, taking two of three games in both series away from Dodd Stadium, the home for Tuesday’s All Star Game. … Dominic Ficociello continues to swing a hot bat, going 3-for-4 with two doubles, three RBIs and three runs scored. He has hit safely in seven straight games, collecting 14 hits and 11 RBIs in that span. Ficociello is batting .357 in August with five doubles and four stolen bases.

Williamsport – 7
Vermont – 2
WP: Rios (3-2)
LP: Trivino (2-3)
HR: WIL-Pullin (2)
HIGHLIGHTS: After allowing six runs in the first inning, the Lake Monsters (26-28) could not play catch up as their two-game win streak is snapped. … B.J. Boyd went 2-for-3 with a walk and run. The All Star outfielder is batting .320 on the year with 18 extra base hits, 21 RBIs and 29 runs scored.

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