RC Organizational Report: June 25

The organization split its six games on Monday, with the O-Royals, B-Royals, and Idaho Falls Chukars securing wins. Billy Buckner authored another masterpiece in Omaha, while Wilson Tucker drilled his third homer of the season to lead Burlington to victory. RC recaps the rest of the day's minor league action inside in today's report.

AAA: Omaha 7, Oklahoma 1

W: Billy Buckner (7-2, 3.86)
HR: Mike Aviles (6), Jorge Padilla (6)

Billy Buckner (W, 7-2)6.04112803.86
Ryan Braun2.01001001.93

The Omaha Royals took the win over Oklahoma on Monday afternoon by a score of 7-1. Billy Buckner tossed another gem, his third very solid start in a row. Buckner allowed one run on four hits while striking out a season-high eight batters. He sports a cool 1.29 ERA in his last three starts, while striking out 19 batters in 21 innings. Roberto Giron and Ryan Braun tossed a combined three scoreless innings to shut the door.

The Wichita Wranglers had the day off on Monday as part of the break for the Texas League all-star game. Luke Hochevar, Mike Stodolka, and Chris Lubanski will represent the Wranglers at the game on Tuesday.

High A: Winston-Salem 2, Wilmington 0 (5 innings)

L: Jason Godin (0-3, 6.75)

Jason Godin (L, 0-3)5.07221416.75

In a game shortened by rain, the Wilmington Blue Rocks fell on Monday 2-0. Jason Godin had a solid start, allowing two runs in five innings, but picked up the loss anyway. The offense was nowhere to be found, as the only two hits both came from Wilver Perez. Righty Blake Johnson (4-6, 4.43) will head to the mound on Tuesday to complete the series with Winston-Salem.

Low A: Kane County 11, Burlington 2

L: Everett Teaford (3-7, 5.54)

CF Derrick Robinson401000000.271
DH Brady Everett412000000.287

Everett Teaford4.211880425.54

The Burlington Bees were smoked on Monday against Kane County, 11-2. Everett Teaford was pounded for 11 hits and eight runs in 4.2 innings, and reliever Jim Wladyka wasn't much better. Brady Everett had a couple of hits for Burlington, while Joe Dickerson and Derrick Robinson each tacked on a hit of their own.

R-Adv: Idaho Falls 7, Casper 6

W: Greg Holland (2-0, 0.00)
HR: Anthony Seratelli (2, 3), Devery Van De Keere (1)

3B Anthony Seratelli423002411.387
RF O.D. Gonzalez301100010.276
DH Devery Van De Keere111001100.321

Joseph Hughes5.04221604.15
Greg Holland (W, 2-0)2.03100200.00

The Idaho Falls Chukars improved to 6-1 on the season with a 7-6 extra innings victory over Casper. Devery Van De Keere came in to pinch hit in the bottom of the 10th and blasted a home run over the right field wall for the walk-off victory. Infielder Anthony Seratelli corked his second and third home runs of the season on the night as well. Tenth round selection Greg Holland picked up the win in relief, after blowing the save in the bottom of the ninth on an unearned run.

R-Adv: Burlington 4, Bristol 3

W: Henry Arias (1-0, 3.38), S: Ryan Woods (2)
HR: Wilson Tucker (3)

RF Wilson Tucker412101200.357
DH Jake Lane311100011.263
C Nicholas Doscher402000102.278

Henry Arias (W, 1-0)5.08320303.38
Ryan Woods (S, 2)2.10000200.00

The Burlington Royals went to 5-2 on the year with a win over the Bristol Sox, 4-3. Wilson Tucker led the way with a 2-for-4 night with his third home run of the year. Patrick Norris reached twice on walks, and created a run in the first inning by stealing second and third base, then scoring on a throwing error by the catcher. The pitching staff had a solid game, as starter Henry Arias picked up the victory and sidearmer Ryan Woods captured his second save.

R: Padres 10, Royals 7

L: Michael Lehmann (0-1, 3.86)

Michael Lehmann (L, 0-1)2.12412203.86
Matthew Mitchell2.25112203.38
Ivor Hodgson2.03111204.50

The AZL Royals were saddled with the loss on Monday afternoon, as the Padres took the game, 10-7. Two Royals high school draft picks made their debuts on Monday: 14th rounder Matthew Mitchell and 20th rounder Michael Lehmann. The starter, Lehmann, went the first 2.1 innings, allowing four runs (one earned) on two hits. Mitchell allowed one run on five hits in his 2.2 innings of work.

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