Darin Gorski has not allowed more than two runs in any AA appearance, striking out 47 and walking 16 over 51 IP. His Kswinging% of 18.9% is up from 13.7% with Binghamton last year, and 4.6% (!) with Las Vegas earlier this year.
Brody Colvin held Binghamton scoreless for 4.1 IP on June 23rd (2 H, 2 BB, 1 K)
Taylor Rogers has thrown two 9 inning complete game shutouts this year, first at Dunedin and then at Tampa.
Domingo Tapia has not allowed a home run in 9 starts, thats the good news… all the good news. He’s allowed 41 hits over his last 37.1 IP, walking 29 and striking out 36.
Marcos Camarena has his first rough start for Savannah his last time out, allowing 6 runs (5 ER) on 6 hits and 2 walks, striking out 1.
Jason Hursh also allowed 6 runs in his last start, only two were earned, on 7 hits over 4 IP.
Jaime Schultz faced the Cyclones twice in relief in late June, allowing no runs on no hits and 3 walks over 3 IP, striking out just 1. He hasn’t worked more than 4 IP as a starter or piggyback reliever.
Dario Alvarez faced HV as a starter the same two dates that Schultz appeared. He allowed 1 run on 3 hits over 4.1 IP and then 5 runs on 5 hits and 4 walks over 4.2 IP. Alvarez struck out 5 in each start.
R: Princeton Rays (16-36) @ Kingsport Mets (29-22)
Wednesday 7:00 ET – RHP Jorge Rodriguez (0-5, 4.89) vs. RHP Chris Flexen (6-1, 2.39)
Jorge Rodriguez has struck out 39 and walked 7 over 42.1 IP, while allowing batters to hit .315 against him.
Chris Flexen has won 6 starts in a row, going 7 IP in the last 5 starts, allowing 8 runs on 29 hits and 8 hits, striking out 30 over 41 IP.
Brad Hand gave up 5 runs on 9 hits and 3 walks over 4.1 IP while striking out 5. He struck out 11 while shutting out Reno for 6 IP in the start prior.
Matt Fox has given up 108 hits over 87 IP, up to a .310 BAA for the year. He’s allowed 11 home runs in 16 starts.
This time of year AAA becomes a wasteland of failed big leaguers even more-so than it normally is.