Last Night’s Quick Scores
- Las Vegas 7, Sacramento 2
- Bowie 8, Binghamton 2
- Clearwater 5, St. Lucie 1
- Savannah 1, Hickory 0
- Connecticut 5, Brooklyn 1
- Pulaski 4, Kingsport 0
- Cory Mazzoni tossed six innings, allowing one run on five hits, with five strikeouts to earn his second win for Vegas on the season.
- Matt Reynolds, who doubled in his second at bat to extend his current hitting streak to nine games, also launched his third Triple A home run on the season. He has seven multi-hit games in his last nine games and finished Sunday 4 for 5, run scored and three RBI’s.
- Andrew Brown launched his 18th home run on the season for Vegas.
- Anthony Seratelli was 2 for 4 with two runs scored, a double and a RBI in 51’s victory. He currently has seven game hit streak with four multi-hit games in the span.
- T.J. Rivera was hitless in four at bats to end his 10 game hit streak. In his last 10 games he is hitting .415 (17 for 41).
- Darrell Ceciliani was 2 for 4, with a run scored in Bingo’s loss and extended his hitting streak to six games and has six multi-hit games in his last 10 games, batting .395 (15 for 38) in that span.
- Steven Matz took the loss on Monday and dropped his record to 4-3, as he threw six innings, allowing an unearned run, while walking one and striking out seven batters.
- After his eight game hit streak was snapped on Saturday, Brandon Nimmo is hitless in his last six official at bats
- Jared King had his fourth straight two hit game in St. Lucie’s loss. King finished 2 for 4 and a RBI.
- John Gant, looking for his 11th win on the season, had to settle with a no decision. He tossed seven shutout innings, allowing one hit and two walks, striking out eight batters.
- Akeel Morris threw 2/3 of an inning, walking one and striking out two to earn his 12th save of the season. Morris also has a 0.74 ERA.
- Michael Conforto hit his second home run in as many days, scoring the only run in Brooklyn’s loss. He finished 2 for 4 and is currently batting .364 (21 for 58) on the season.
Savannah’s John Gant was perfect through six innings on Sunday and finished the game allowing just one hit through seven innings, striking out eight batters and lowered his ERA to 2.55. This was the second time in three starts on the season that Gant flirted with a no-hitter through six innings. For the season the 6’3″ right hander is 10-5, with 102 K’s thru 113 innings.
Tweets From The Farm
I guess Michael Conforto has a new nick name and if he continues to produce, it may actually stick with him.
— Brooklyn Cyclones (@BKCyclones) August 3, 2014
(Photo Credit: Mark LoMoglio/Tampa Yankees)