Winterball Roundup - 10/17

The Surprise Rafters lost their first game of the season on Saturday afternoon, but Mitch Moreland picked up a pair of hits. Lone Star Dugout takes a look at all of the day's winterball action.

Arizona Fall League: Surprise 2 - Phoenix 11
4-1, 1.0 GU

The Rafters had a rough day as a team, but the Rangers prospects held up fairly well.

Reliever Brennan Garr tossed a scoreless inning on just nine pitches, giving up one hit, walking zero, and fanning zero. The hit was an infield single. He also got a double play and a groundout to first base.

In the outing, Garr threw eight fastballs, all ranging between 91 and 93 mph. He threw one 82 mph slider for a ball.

Designated hitter Mitch Moreland singled twice in four at-bats.

Centerfielder Marcus Lemon [playing center for the second consecutive day] was 0-for-3 with a base on balls.

Mexican Pacific League

Obregon starter Luis Mendoza suffered the loss when he allowed three runs on three hits in six innings of work. Mendoza walked two and struck out three.

Former Rangers first-round pick John Mayberry appeared in his first game, going 0-for-2 with a walk and a strikeout.

Venezuelan Winter League

Max Ramirez was 1-for-4 with a couple of runs batted in.

David Paisano moved down to the eight hole on Saturday, and he was 1-for-3 with a walk and his second stolen base. Ninth hitter Renny Osuna singled twice in four at-bats.

Dominican Winter League

Escogido DH and leadoff hitter Joaquin Arias was hitless in five at-bats. He singled twice in four trips in the season opener on Friday evening.

Este first baseman Mauro Gomez had one single in four at-bats.

Alexi Ogando worked a scoreless inning, allowing one hit.

Andres James saw action for Licey as a pinch runner, but he didn't get a plate appearance.

Puerto Rican Winter League
Begins November 12

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