Detroit Tigers Minor League Baseball Commentary and Analysis
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Mike Goose drew a bases loaded walk in the bottom of the thirteenth inning and that pushed across the winning for Oneonta in their 2-1 win over Vermont. Hayden Parrott had a nice game and he went four for five with a run while Tyler Weber had a pair of doubles.
Anthony Shawler was one of the pitching stars in the game. He struck out six over three perfect innings of relief. Santo Mieses threw a shutout thirteenth and he improved to 1-0.
The Tigers supplemental first round pick in 2007, Brandon Hamilton, made his minor league debut with the White Caps and he definitely showed some promise. While he walked four, he didn’t give up a single hit and he struck out six in four innings. Santo Mieses gave up three runs in two innings and he fell to 1-3 on the season.
Audy Ciriaco was the hitting star in the loss. He went three for four with a homerun and two RBIs. Cory Middleton belted a solo homer, drew a walk and scored twice.
Six hits in eleven innings usually isn’t going to cut and despite some very solid pitching, the White Caps lost to Peoria 2-1 in eleven innings. Joseph Tucker was the hitting star. He went two for two with a walk and he drove in the lone run for West Michigan.
Santo Mieses took the loss and he fell to 1-2. He gave up just one run on two hits with a strikeout in 2 1/3 innings.
The White Caps continued their perfect start to the season with an 11-1 drubbing over the Loons. Casper Wells put on a show for the crowd in the home opener and he went four for five with two homers, four RBIs and two runs. Marc McBratney went three for five with a double, an RBI and four runs.
Lost in all the offense was some nice pitching. Jonathan Kibler improved to 1-0 and he gave up just one unearned run in five innings. Santo Mieses struck out four in three perfect innings and Andrew Hess bounced back from a rough outing this weekend and he threw a shutout ninth.
The White Caps made it three straight against South Bend although the games are getting tighter. This time it was 5-4 even though they had more then twice as many hits. Marc McBratney went three for four with a double, two RBIs and a run. Ron Bourquin doubled, walked twice, drove in a run and scored.
Emmanuel Miguelez pitched into the fifth and gave up one run before yielding to our own Andrew Hess. He got out of the fifth with a double play but then had a tough time in the sixth and he yielded three runs. Santo Mieses picked up the win although two of the runs that were credited to Hess scored off of Mieses.
The GCL Tigers lost 6-3 to the GCL Braves in a seven inning rain shortened game and it was Santo Mieses who took the loss. He fell to 1-3 and he gave up three unearned runs on one hit and a walk with two strikeouts in 1 2/3 inning of relief.
The Tigers got all three of their runs on one swing of the bat. Carlos Ramirez belted a big three run homer in the sixth inning in the loss.
The GCL Tigers were blown out by the GCL Blue Jays 11-8 and it was Santo Mieses who took the loss. He gave up six runs on six hits with six strikeouts in four innings of relief and the loss dropped him to 1-2 on the season.
Joaquin Guzman went two for five with a triple, three RBIs and a run. Christopher White doubled twice and scored two runs in the loss.
Hayden Parrott belted a big two run homer in the bottom of the eighth inning to win it for the GCL Tigers. The final was 4-3 and Parrott finished the game with three RBIs.
Santo Mieses picked up the win and he improved to 1-1 on the season. He didn’t give up a single base runner in 1 1/3 innings.
The GCL Tigers didn’t get much at the plate in their 3-2 loss to GCL Indians and they were held to just three hits. Brandon Harrigan had two of those hits and he drove in one of the two Tigers’ runs.
Dario Carvajal has a tough time on the mound and he took the loss. He gave up three runs in just one inning of work. Santo Mieses had a nice outing though. He pitched four innings and he struck out four and gave up just one run.
Santo Mieses had a rough outing in the Tiger’s season opener. He not only gave up a big run in the ninth, but he also gave up three in the tenth as he took the loss. Brayan Villereal was also roughed up in his start. He gave up four runs (three earned) on four hits and three walks with five strikeouts in 4 1/3 innings.
Luis Arlet had a big day at the plate in the loss. He hit two solo homers and he finished with three runs scored.
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