Detroit Tigers Minor League Baseball Commentary and Analysis
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Kevin Adroin dropped his first decision since getting demoted to Lakeland in a tough start. He gave up five runs on five hits and three walks with two strikouts in just two innings in the 12-2 loss. Gabriel Benitez was hammered for seven runs in three innings.
Deik Scram was the hitting star in the loss. He went one for three with a double, a walk and two runs.
For the second straight day, Lakeland was swept in a doubleheader by Clearwater as the Flying Tigers offense sputtered once again. In the first game, Lakeland lost 2-1 despite a solid start by Angel Castro. He gave up two runs on six hits and three walks with three strikeouts in six innings. Deik Scram had two hits and he drove in the lone run with a solo homerun.
Game two was a 3-2 loss. Gabriel Benitez fell to 1-6 and he gave up two runs on two hits and three walks with two strikeouts in 3 2/3 innings. Dusty Ryan went two for two with an RBI and a walk.
Michael Hernandez belted two solo homeruns but it wasnt enough as Lakeland lost to Dunedin 4-3. He was the only Lakeland hitter with two hits in the game.
Josh Rainwater gave up three run in four innings of work. Gabriel Benitez gave up the losing run though and he took the loss.
Gabriel Benitez was tagged for four runs in just one inning of work and he took the defeat in Lakeland’s 6-4 loss. He fell to 1-2 on the season.
Ryan Roberson went two for four with a double and two runs. Cameron Maybin doubled and drove in a run while Mark Haske was two for two with an RBI.
A very nice start by Andrew Miller went to waste as the bullpen gave up five late runs in Lakeland’s 5-4 loss to Dunedin. Miller gave up five hits and two walks with five strikeouts in six innings. Gabriel Bentitez gave up three runs in an inning and Ricky Steik gave up the tying and go ahead run in the eighth as he took the loss.
Michael Hernandez belted his fourth homerun of the season and he drove in two runs. Cameron Maybin singled twice and scored a run in the 5-4 loss.
A lot of Flying Tigers contributed today in their 8-7 win over Sarasota. Mark Haske tripled and he drove in three runs. Cameron Maybin went one for three with two walks, two RBIs and a run while Justin Justice went two for five with a two run homer.
Gabriel Benetiz picked up the win with 1 1/3 shutout innings. Freddy Dolsi picked up his third save despite giving up a run in the ninth.
Burke Badenhop had his first rough start of the season as Lakeland lost to Sarasota 7-2. He did give up four runs but only one of them was earned although he was touched up for six hits and three walks in five innings. Matthew Righter was hit hard as well and he gave up three runs in one inning while Gabriel Benitiz struck out the side in the ninth.
Cameron Maybin picked up another two hits and he scored a run. He’s now boosted his batting average up to .321 after a tough start. Mark Haske singled twice and scored a run.
Tigers minor league lefthander Santo Franco topped a column yesterday of potential prospect sleepers at Baseball America’s propect blog. He was hit hard in the Gulf Coast League last year but he showed some good stuff this spring and he’ll most likely start the season in Oneosta. We’ve had him signed since 2003 (Dominican Republic) but prior to 2006, he played in the Dominican Summer League.
Another guy they mention is Gabriel Benitez, who looked sharp this spring as well. He’s a Marlins cast off and we picked him up after they had given up on him after he missed a ton of time with elbow problems.
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