*Every weekend, I will be updating you on weekly results from the Pawtucket Red Sox (AAA). Also, the Portland Sea Dogs (AA), the Greenville Drive (A), and Salem Red Sox (High A). After every team is given a recap, individual stats are posted.
Pawtucket Red Sox
The Red Sox went 1-4 during the week, bringing their record to 17-20. On the 12th, the Sox fell to Syracuse 6-5 on a walk-off walk. They had chances to win it in the late innings, but the offense could not come through. Justin Haley got the start and allowed two runs over 3.2 innings. On the 13th, they lost by the score of 9-1. Starting pitcher Marcus Walden gave up one run in 2.1 innings. On the 14th, they defeated Buffalo 6-5 on a walk-off single by Tzu Wei Lin.
Dustin Pedroia went ⅓ with a single in a rehab start. Jalen Beeks gave up two runs in six innings, lowering his ERA to an impressive 1.93. Their game on the 15th was postponed due to rain. The next day, they lost 5-4. The game was tied in the ninth until Ryan Brasier gave up a go-ahead sacrifice fly. On the 17th, they had an off day. On the 18th, they were defeated by Rochester 2-0. Chandler Shepard’s one earned run over six innings was not good enough as the Sox only recorded four hits.
Portland Sea Dogs
The Sea Dogs went 4-3 on the week, bringing their record to 15-24. On the 12th, the Sea Dogs lost to Binghamton 10-7. They had control of the game at first, but gave up all ten runs from the fourth to the sixth inning. Kevin McAvoy gave up five runs over 4.1 innings. They lost 10-4 the next day. Tony Renda knocked in two runs, but Travis Lakins gave up four runs in 2.1 innings. On the 14th, they lost to Reading 10-7. Tate Matheny knocked in two runs, but Trey Ball gave up a long ball in the seventh. They were also rained out on the 15th, which caused a doubleheader on the 16th.
The first game was an 8-2 win thanks to three RBIs from Austin Rei, and five innings of two-run baseball from Kyle Hart. Chad De La Guerra’s five RBIs were not enough in the second game as Portland lost 9-8. The game was tied going into the ninth, but Jake Cosart gave up two runs in the top half of the inning. On the 17th, they beat Altoona 12-9 in ten innings. They scored all twelve runs in the final four innings and the top three hitters in the lineup racked up seven RBIs. On the 18th, they won by the score of 8-4. Starting pitcher Travis Lakins struggled, but Teddy Stankiewicz picked up the win with 6.1 innings of shutout baseball in relief.
The Drive went 1-5 on the week, bringing their record to 10-30. On the 12th, the Drive lost to Lexington 6-0 and they only recorded four hits. Nick Duron gave up four runs in as many innings. On the 13th, they lost 7-3. Frankie Rios had two RBIs but Devon Fisher gave up four runs in the seventh and picked up the loss. On the 14th, they won a wild one by the score of 13-12. They scored eleven of the thirteen runs in the final four innings, and the bullpen barely hung on in the ninth.
On the 15th, they lost by the score of 4-3. They were in control of the game, but Angel Pardon gave up three runs from the seventh to the ninth inning to blow it. On the 16th, they had an off-day. On the 17th, they lost to Agusta 2-1. Denyi Reyes only gave up two runs over six innings but that was not good enough. On the 18th, they lost by the same score. Enmanuel De Jesus gave up one run over six innings in the start.
Salem Red Sox
Salem went 0-2 during the week, bringing their record to 17-20. On the 12th, the Sox lost to Lynchburg 18-1. Tanner Houck gave up five runs over four innings. On the 13th, they lost 6-2. It was a one-run game in the ninth, but Algenis Martinez and Matthew Gorst gave up three runs in the ninth. On the 14th, Salem had an off day. On the 15th, 16th, 17th, and 18th the games were washed out by rain.