The Cardinals Minor League Notebook 08/13

Daryl Jones the Quad Cities' right-fielder went 4-for-5 Sunday with a double and a home run with four RBI.

 

 

Games Played Sunday

 

Memphis Redbirds (Triple-A): Lost to Omaha 7-5 in 12

Starter Blake Hawksworth gave up a run on six hits while striking out seven in five innings for one of his better starts of the season, for a no decision.

OF Skip Schumaker went 2-for-5 with a double, a walk and two RBI. Schu should be the next player to get the call back to St. Louis.

JOE MATHER WATCH: 1-for-4 with two walks and a run scored

2007 All-Stars: Mark Worrell

BOXSCORE

RECORD: 49-73, 4th Place, 23.5 GB

 

Springfield Cardinals (Double-A): Winners 7-6 over Corpus Christi

Submarine reliever Mike Sillman (W, 1-0) earned his first victory Sunday, walking one and striking out two in a scoreless eighth. Jason Motte the catcher turned pitcher, worked around a double in the ninth to record his seventh save.

Shortstop Jose Martinez went 3-for-5 and scored twice as he continues to be a sparkplug in the Cardinals recent offense.

COLBY RASMUS WATCH: 1-for-2 with a HR

2007 All-Stars: Bryan Anderson, Sean Danielson, Jaime Garcia, Jarrett Hoffpauir, Joe Mather, Chris Perez, Colby Rasmus, Juan Richardson

FIRST HALF RECORD: 36-31, 1st Place
SECOND HALF RECORD: 26-22, 1st Place

 

Palm Beach Cardinals (High-A): Winners 5-4

Reliever Scott Vander Weg (W, 4-4) picked up the win for the Cardinals Sunday after scattering two hits in two innings of relief. Luke Gregerson worked around a leadoff walk in the ninth to rack up his 21st save. Starter Eddie Degerman allowed four runs on five hits while striking out seven and walking five in five frames for a no decision.

Second baseman Dan Nelson led the offense going 1-for-3 with a home run, two RBI, and two walks.

BRANDON BUCKMAN WATCH: 2-for-5, with an RBI

2007 All-Stars: Allen Craig, Luke Gregerson, Mark Hamilton, Tyler Norrick, Adam Ottavino,

BOXSCORE

FIRST HALF RECORD: 36-34, 2nd Place, 5.5 GB
SECOND HALF RECORD: 22-27, 4th Place, 4.0 GB

 

Swing of Quad Cities (A): Winners 5-2 over Fort Wayne in 10

Starter Elvis Hernandez gave up two runs on two hits and one walk while striking out seven over innings. Reliever Kyle Sadlowski (W, 3-3) struck out two in 2.1 perfect innings to pick up the win.

Right-fielder Daryl Jones had one of his best games of his career, going 4-for-5 with a double and a home run with four RBI.

STEVEN HILL WATCH: 1-for-4 with a home run

2007 All-Stars: Brandon Buckman, Brandon Dickson, Elvis Hernandez, Christian Lopez, Kenny Maiques, P.J. Walters

BOXSCORE

FIRST HALF RECORD: 39-31, Tied for 3rd Place, 5.5 GB
SECOND HALF RECORD: 30-18, 1st Place

 

Batavia Muckdogs (SS) Lost to Vermont 10-4

Starter Pete Parise (L, 3-3) suffered the loss after he pitched 4.2 innings and gave up five runs on seven hits and two walks with two strike outs

First baseman Charlie Pelt went 2-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored.

THOMAS PHAM WATCH: 2-for-3, with a walk, a double, a triple, an RBI and run scored

BOXSCORE

RECORD: 20-31, 5th Place, 9.0 GB

 

Johnson City Cardinals (R) Lost to Bluefield 4-1

Starter Omar Javier (L, 0-6) still looking for his first win, remained winless Sunday after giving up two runs on one hit and four walks with three strikeouts over three innings.

First baseman Osvaldo Morales went 1-for-3 Sunday, his one hit being his second home run.

PETE KOZMA WATCH: 0-for-3 with a walk

BOXSCORE

RECORD: 22-29, 3rd Place, 15.5 GB

 

Gulf Coast League Cardinals (R) Lost to the Dodgers 13-5

The Cardinals scored first but not as often as the Dodgers defeated them 13-5.

Starter James Hooker (L, 1-1) took the loss after he surrendered six runs, three earned, on seven hits and three walks while striking out four in 3.2 innings.

Center fielder Brian Buck went 3-for-3 with an RBI and two runs scored

BOXSCORE

RECORD: 22-20, 2nd Place, 8.0 GB

 

VSL Cardinals (R) SEASON OVER

RECORD: 23-46, 7th Place, 25.5 GB

 

 

DSL Cardinals (R) Winners 10-5 over the A's(2)

The Cardinals doubled up on the A's(2) on Sunday 10-5.

Second baseman Ted Obregon went 2-for-5 with two RBI and two runs scored, while stealing three bases.

Randy Santos (W, 2-2) picked up his second win, pitching three innings in relief, giving up just one run on two hits and a walk while striking out three. Angel Tapia earned his sixth save pitching two scoreless frames.

BOXSCORE

RECORD: 25-30, 4th Place, 12.5 GB

 

 


 

Minor League Pitcher of the Day

Kyle Sadlowski

The Quad Cities' pitcher struck out two in 2.1 perfect innings Sunday to pick up his third win on the season.

 

Minor League Player of the Day

Daryl Jones

The Quad Cities' right-fielder went 4-for-5 Sunday with a double and a home run with four RBI.

 

 

Organizational Pitcher of the Month

April - Tyler Norrick, Palm Beach, 3-1, 1.63 ERA, 19K in 5 starts
May - P.J. Walters, Quad Cities, 4-0, 0.88 ERA, 30.1 IP scoreless streak
June – Tyler Herron, Quad Cities, 5-0, 2.27 ERA, 37K, 2 BB, in 31.2 IP
July – Jess Todd, Batavia, 3-0, 0.94 ERA, 36K, 28.2 IP

 

Organizational Player of the Month

April – Joe Mather, Springfield, .324, 10HR, 16RBI,
May – Colby Rasmus, Springfield, .349, 8HR, 24RBI
June – Allen Craig, Palm Beach, .337, 7HR, 24RBI
July – Osvaldo Morales, DSL, .333, 6HR, 20RBI

 

Birdhouse Award Winners

Jarrett Hoffpauir, Springfield, Player of the Month for June, .337, 7HR, 24RBI
Tyler Herron, Quad Cities, Starter of the Month for June, 5-0, 2.27 ERA, 31.2 IP
Kyle McClellan, Springfield/Palm Beach, Reliever of the Month for June, 2-0, 0.00 ERA
Colby Rasmus, Springfield, Player of the Month for June, .340, 8HR, 24RBI
P.J. Walters, Quad Cities, Starter of the Month for May, 4-0, 0.88 ERA
Luke Gregerson, Palm Beach, Reliever of the Month for May, 0-0, 11SV, 0.64 ERA
Joe Mather, Springfield, Player of the Month for April, .324, 10HR, 16RBI
Tyler Norrick, Palm Beach, Pitcher of the Month for April, 3-1, 1.63 ERA
Jason Motte, Palm Beach, Reliever of the Month for April, 1-0, 3SV, 0.90 ERA

 



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