Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders: L 5-6 vs. Buffalo Bisons
The Scranton offense scored four runs in the fourth inning to pull even with the Bisons, but it was ultimately not enough for them to pull out a victory. Tyler Austin doubled twice and drove in two runs, and Pete Kozma drove in two runs with his first home run of the season. Although Aaron Judge went hitless on the night, he did reach base via a walk.
It was a rough start for Diego Moreno, as he gave up four earned runs in just 3.1 innings. He walked three batters and allowed two home runs. Tyler Webb and Giovanny Gallegos were responsible for the other two Bisons runs. Only Kirby Yates worked a scoreless inning for the RailRiders, keeping his Triple-A ERA at 0.00.
Double-A Trenton Thunder: W 2-1 vs. Bowie Baysox
Hits were even at eight a piece, and each team only scored in one inning. Fortunately for the Thunder, they scored one more run than the Baysox. Miguel Andujar led the way with two hits, including a double. Kyle Higashioka clubbed his ninth homer of the season and walked twice.
Jordan Montgomery was magnificent over seven innings, allowing zero runs and just six hits. Jonathan Holder came on for two innings to close out the game, surrendering Bowie’s lone run in the ninth.
High-A Tampa Yankees: W 4-1 vs. Lakeland Flying Tigers
Thairo Estrada led the way for the T-Yanks in their win over Lakeland with two hits, but Kevin Cornelius’ home run drove in three of the team’s runs to provide them with a big early lead. It was his first game with Tampa after being promoted.
James Reeves pitched only four innings in his start for Tampa, but he allowed no runs in that time. Jordan Foley was the first pitcher out of the bullpen, and he was responsible for the lone Flying Tigers run. Dillon McNamara picked up his seventh save of the season with his scoreless 1.1 innings of work.
Low-A Charleston RiverDogs: Rained out
Short Season-A Staten Island Yankees: Off
Although the Yankees only had five hits as a team, they made them count to push across three runs and escape with a narrow victory. Estevan Florial drove in one of the team’s runs with his second home run of the season. It was the team’s lone extra-base hit in the game.
Rafael Lara surrendered two runs in six innings, walking one and striking out six. Alex Bisacca followed him out of the bullpen and allowed just two hits and zero runs in his one inning of work.
In their second game of the day, Pulaski was one-hit by the Rays. Dermis Garcia was the only batter to even reach base for the Yankees.
Juan Jimenez went the distance for Pulaski, pitching six innings and surrendering only two runs. He allowed four hits and struck out six.