Last night on the farm, I was present for Savannah’s double-header while 3 pitchers threw absolute gems.  Let’s have a look:

 

Las Vegas 3, Sacramento 0

 

The good Rafael Montero showed up, allowing 1 hit and 2 walks over 8 shutout innings, striking out 11.  Matt den Dekker and Anthony Seratelli had 2 hits each.  Josh Satin and Cesar Puello both doubled.

 

Binghamton 9, Richmond 6

 

Tyler Pill threw 7 shutout innings, allowing 5 hits and 2 walks, striking out 8.  The bullpen tried to give the game away, but they couldn’t quite do it.  Dilson Herrera was 2 for 4 with a double and 2 RBI’s.  Brian Burgamy was 2 for 3 with a homer and 4 RBI’s.  Dustin Lawley, Darrell Ceciliani, and Jayce Boyd all had 2 hits each.  Wilfredo Tovar was 3 for 4 with 2 doubles.

 

Charleston 6, Savannah 2 (Game 1, 7 innings)

 

Alex Panteliodis scattered 8 hits over 6 innings, allowing 2 runs (1 earned), but Hunter Carnevale melted in the 7th, allowing 4 runs.  Matt Obersete had 2 for the Gnats 3 hits, including a solo homer.

 

Savannah 1, Charleston 0 (Game 2, 7 innings)

 

Miller Diaz threw a complete game shutout, giving up just 3 hits and 2 walks, striking out 5.  Colton Plaia was 2 for 3 with the only RBI of the game.  Dominic Smith was removed after 5 innings.  There was no obvious injury; I may have seen him pull up just a little bit lame after making an out in what would be his last at bat, or it may have been planned since the Gnats have back-to-back double-headers yesterday and today.

 

Pulaski 6, Kingsport 5

 

Yoryi Nuez lasted just 3.2 innings, giving up 6 runs (4 earned).  Vicente Lupo hit a grand slam in the 9th to pull the K-Mets close, but it wasn’t enough.  Wulmer Becerra and Jean Rodriguez had 2 hits each.

 

GCL Mets 8, GCL Marlins 5

 

Erik Manoah got the start and went 3.1 innings, allowing 2 runs on 1 hit, striking out 2.  Milton Ramos stayed hot going 3 for 5 with an RBI, ending up a homer shy of the cycle.  Dash Winningham and Enmanuel Zabala had 2 hits each.