RC Organizational Report: August 20

It was a light schedule for the organization on Monday as Royals affiliates went 3-1 on the day. Two of the big first basemen drafted this June had big nights. In Idaho, Clint Robinson slammed a three-run walk-off home run, while Jake Lane hit two dingers for the Burlington Royals. RC has all the details inside in today's minor league report.

The Omaha Royals game was postponed due to heavy thunderstorms on Monday.

AA: Wichita 7, Frisco 5

W: John Foster (1-0, 5.40), S: Gabe DeHoyos (4)

1B Mike Stodolka533100201.297

Carlos Rosa4.23223314.36
Jarod Plummer2.11110213.12
Gabe DeHoyos (S, 4)1.02111001.61

The Wichita Wranglers won their fourth game in a row with a 7-5 win over Frisco. Carlos Rosa had a relatively short outing, going 4.2 innings and allowing two runs on three hits. Mike Stodolka carried the offense with a 3-for-5 night with two RBI's. Jarod Plummer and Gabe DeHoyos held down the game despite allowing a run each.

The Wilmington Blue Rocks and the rest of the Carolina League had the day off on Monday.

Low-A: Cedar Rapids 1, Burlington 0

L: Jason Godin (4-5, 3.08)

LF Brady Everett412200000.277

Jason Godin (L, 4-5)5.03112403.08
Henry Barrera3.00000504.43

The Burlington Bees fell in another close game on Monday, 1-0. The Bees' pitching staff held down the opposing Cedar Rapids Kernels to only one run on three hits, but it was all for not. Starter Jason Godin went five innings, allowing only one run on three hits, while striking out four. Henry Barrera tossed three perfect innings and struck out five in relief. Derrick Robinson had one of the Bees' six hits, and picked up his 32nd stolen base of the season.

R-Adv: Idaho Falls 9, Billings 7

W: Greg Holland (6-1, 3.21)
HR: Clint Robinson (13), Anthony Seratelli (8)

LF Wilson Tucker502110201.333
1B Clint Robinson412001511.332

Dane Secott2.10000300.96
Greg Holland (W, 6-1)2.03331203.21

Clint Robinson's walk-off three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth lifted Idaho Falls to a 9-7 win on Monday. Robinson picked up Greg Holland, who blew the save in the top of the eighth by allowing three runs, but then earned his sixth win after Robinson's shot. Wilson Tucker went 2-for-5 with a double and a triple in his second game for the Chukars.

R-Adv: Burlington 9, Greeneville 7

W: Jimmy Rollins (3-2, 5.27), S: Jose Diaz (1)

CF Patrick Norris533000000.297
1B Jake Lane422100211.315
RF Alwin Perez402100300.287

The Burlington Royals offense carried the club to a 9-7 win on Monday. The offense pounded out 13 hits and was aided by a few defensive miscues. Indeed, only two of the B-Royals' nine runs were earned as Greeneville made three critical errors. Jake Lane went 2-for-4 with a double and two home runs, pushing his OPS close to 1.000.

The AZL Royals were off on Monday.

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