Darin Gorski pitched 5 innings of ‘relief’ against Altoona in a game resumed on July 2nd. He struck out 3 and walked none, while allowing 2 runs on 5 hits to pick up the win.
Jameson Taillon opposed Gorski that day, allowing 2 runs on 4 hits and 2 walks over 4.1 IP, while sticking out 4.
After 6 starts in the NYPL Jairo Heredia was moved up to the FSL, he struck out 31 and walked 4 while working his way back to Tampa after missing all of last year with a shoulder injury.
Matt Bowman has struck out 33 in his last 5 home starts, while striking out 18 in his last 5 road starts. He allowing batters to hit .047 better on the road, while 5 of the 7 homers he has allowed have happened in St. Lucie.
Gabriel Ynoa leads the SAL in wins and is top 5 in IP and whip.
Jayson Aquino has struck out 16 and walked 8 in 23.1 IP in the SAL after striking out 16 and walking 5 in 23 IP in the NWL (the western aquivalent of the NYPL)
Dario Alvarez looks to back up his best start of the year when he struck out 12 Lowell Spinners, allowing just 1 hit and 1 walk over 6 IP. The Cyclones were shut out for the 6th time in 41 games, and are hitting a NYPL worst OPS of .602 with a team slash line of .235/.296/.306 Go back to metal bats guys…
R: Kingsport Mets (23-15) @ Elizabethton Twins (19-18)
Wednesday 7:00 ET – LHP Yoan Gonzalez (2-3, 4.03) vs. RHP Yorman Landa (3-1, 1.20)
Yoan Gonzalez shutout Bristol for 7 IP in his last start, allowing 3 hits, walking 4 and striking out 5. Walks have been an issue as he has 11 in 23 IP.
Yorman Landa took a tough loss to the K-Mets six days ago. He did walk 4 and allow 4 hits over 5 IP, but he struck out five and limited the damage to 2 runs (1 ER) but it was still enough to end up with the L.
Chris Schwinden allowed his 20th homer of the year in his last start, is letting PCL batters hit .312 overall, and has struck out 68 to 36 walks over 109 IP. After limiting walks in May and June he is up to 10 BB and 13 K in July.
In a crazy DSL game yesterday the DSL Mets2 squad scored a walk off win after blowing a 7 run lead. Hidden in the craziness is another nice outing from Jose Medina a 16 year old lefty, listed at 6’2″, who has pitched to a 0.41 ERA over 10 starts, striking out 40 and allowing just 5 walks and 30 hits over 44 IP this year. Will be interesting to see how they handle him stateside next year.