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CARDINALS NEWS: The Cardinals jumped on the Reds for three runs in the first as Yadier Molina doubled in two runs. another run was added after a one out walk to Tommy Pham and a double by Jose Martinez. The Cardinals never scored again and Bud Norris enter the 9th inning and struggled but held on for a 4-2 win for the Cardinals and Michael Wacha.
MINOR LEAGUE RESULTS
Memphis managed on three hits and they were all singles in a 5-0 loss to Omaha. Carson Kelly, Patrick Wisdom, and Wilfredo Tovar got the team hits. Daniel Poncedeleon (1-1) took the loss as he went 6IP/7H/1ER/1BB/4K. However, it was Arturo Reyes that struggled by allowing five hits and three runs in the loss.
Springfield lost a slugfest 10-7 to Arkansas. Tommy Edman had three hits including a triple and Andrew Knizner also added three hits and three runs batted in. John Nogowski added two hits in the loss. Five Chiefs pitchers couldn’t hold Arkansas down and Sam Tewes started and last 1.2 innings after giving up three runs. Ramon Santos suffered the loss.
Palm Beach lost 4-3 to the Port Charlotte Stone Crabs Friday night. The Cardinals saw Stefan Trosclair get two hits including his 3rd home run of the season. Evan Mendoza, Shane Billings, and JB Woodman each got two hits. Austin Warner started the game and went five innings in which he allowed eight hits, four earned runs, no walks, and fanned three batters. Jesus Cruz was on the mound for one inning and allowed no runs and struck out one batter. Colton Thomson finished the game with two innings but was unscored upon.
Peoria came out on top 6-2 as YAriel Gonzalez had a big night with the bat as he went 3-for-4 with a home run and 3 runs batted in. Edwin Figuera also homered and knock tow runs in. Johan Oviedo got the win with six strong innings.
1. Alex Reyes RHP — (MLB) — DL
2. Jack Flaherty RHP — (AAA)
3. Carson Kelly C — (AAA) 1-for-4
4. Tyler O’Neill OF — (MLB)
5. Harrison Bader, OF — (MLB) 1-for-3
6. Dakota Hudson, RHP — (AAA)
7. Jordan Hicks, RHP — (MLB)
8. Ryan Helsley, RHP — (AA)
9. Andrew Knizner, C — (AA) 3-for-5 3 RBI’s
10. Randy Arozarena, OF/2B — (AAA)
11. Max Schrock, 2B — (AAA) 0-for-1)
12. Yairo Munoz, SS — (AAA) 0-for-2
13. Oscar Mercado, OF –(AAA) 0-for-3
14. Austin Gomber, LHP — (AAA)
15. Junior Fernandez, RHP — (A)
16. Edmundo Sosa, SS –(AA) 1-for-5
17. Jonathan Machado, OF — (A) 1-for-4
18. Dylan Carlson, OF — (A) 1-for-4
19. Wadye Ynfante, OF — Extended spring training
20. Alvaro Seijas, RHP — (A)
21. Conner Greene, RHP — (AA)
22. Jake Woodford, RHP — (AA)
23. Connor Jones, RHP — (AAA) DL
24. Johan Oviedo, RHP — (A) 6IP/3H/0ER/5BB/8K
25. Delvin Perez, SS — Extended spring training
26. Tommy Edman, SS — (AA) 3-for-4
27. Zach Jackson, C — Extended spring training
28. Derian Gonzalez, RHP — (AA)
29. Ryan Sherriff, LHP — (MLB) — DL
30. Casey Meisner, RHP — (AA)
Players that did well but not in Top 30 Prospects
(Palm Beach) Stefan Trosclair 2-for-4 2 Runs 2RBI’s
(Peoria) Yariel Gonzalez 3-for-4 HR 3 RBI’s
Memphis will play in Iowa on Saturday at 7:08 PM for the first pitch. John Gant (2-0, 1.42 ERA) will be on the hill.
Springfield will start Connor Jones (2-0, 5.40 ERA) for at 6:10 start in Arkansas.
Palm Beach is still in Port Charlotte and Ian Oxnevad (1-1, 2.53 ERA) will get the start for the 5:05 start.
Peoria is at home in Dozer Park for a 6:30 PM start and Guillory (0-1, 3.48 ERA) will be the starter.
“I tell you, if you pitch me inside, you’ll never, never find that ball.” -Roberto Clemente