The Yankees’ Minor League affiliates had another lousy showing on Sunday, winning just one of their five games. There were some big bats, but unfortunately, there was some bad pitching. Let’s take a look at the farm system in today’s Yankees’ MiLB Roundup.
Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders (42-48) lost to Charlotte Knights (36-55) 13-9
Robert Refsyder, Adonis Garcia, Kyle Roller, Corban Joseph, and Austin Romine all went deep for SWB, but pitching doomed the RailRiders. Jeremy Bleich started gave up three runs in two innings. The Bullpen proved no better, as Jairo Heredia and Danny Burawa would yield another ten runs in the next four innings. Nik Turley will make the start Monday at 7:05 against the Knights.
Trenton Thunder (40-49) lose to New Hampshire Fisher Cats (41-45) 9-7
Manny Banuelos got the start and gave up four runs (two earned) in two and a third innings, and that set the tone for the rest of the game. The bullpen gave up another five runs. Rob Segedin had three hits and Casey Stevenson drove in a pair. Bryan Mitchell will make the 7:05 first pitch for Trenton on Monday when they visit Reading.
Tampa Yankees (43-43) lose to Dunedin Blue Jays (54-32) 4-0
Dan Camarena started and was solid for Tampa, going six innings and allowing one un-earned run. The offense let the Yankees down Sunday, as the team could scrape out just four singles. With any luck, the team will have a better offensive day Monday, when Conner Kendrick takes the mound against Dunedin at 6:30
Charleston RiverDogs (38-50) defeat Rome Braves (28-60) 3-1
Chaz Hebert was great for Charleston Sunday, going six and two-thirds innings of shutout ball. He struck out seven without walking a batter. The RiverDogs won despite having just five hits. Mark Payton, Jackson Valera, and Gosuke Kotah each had an RBI. Ian Clarkin will make the start Monday when the RiverDogs host the Greenville Drive.
Staten Island Yankees (11-11) lose to Hudson Valley Renegades (16-5) 7-6
Jonathon Holder pitched well for Staten Island, making the start and going three innings without giving up a run. David Palladino didn’t fair so well. He allowed six runs (five earned) after relieving Holder. Isaias Tejeda had a home run and drove in two for the Yankees. The team is back at it again Monday when they visit Aberdeen. Game time is 6:00 and no starters have been announced.
GULF COAST LEAGUE
Both teams were off Sunday. The GC Yankees 1 are currently in first place of the Northwest Division at 12-2. The GC Yankees 2 are a game and a half out of first place, sitting at 6-7 in the Northeast Division. Eric Jagielo is working his way back from injury and has played three games for GCYankees 1. He’s three-for-seven with a homer. Look for him in the lineup Monday against the GCL Pirates.