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Daily Farm Round-Up: 6-20-13 

The AZL Padres began their season with a win against the AZL Mariners. Many 2013 draft prospects made their first professional appearances. Elsewhere in the farm, Eugene shutout the Dust-Devils 3-0 while every other affiliate lost close games. Jeremy Baltz homered in his first game with the Storm while Walker Weickel enjoyed his most dominating performance since he has been drafted.

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Hitting Prospect of the Day: Jeremy Baltz

Pitching Prospect of the Day: Walker Weickel


Tucson Padres 5, Las Vegas 51s 7

Dan Robertson-CF: 0-3, 2BB, K

Dean Anna-SS: 2-4, 3b, RBI, 2K, Run scored

Jonathan Galvez-2B: 0-4

Brandon Allen-LF: 2-4, 2b, 2RBI

Cody Decker-1B: 1-5, 2K

Gregorio Petit-3B: 3-5, 2b, Run scored

Brandon Kloess-SP: 4.0 IP, 6H, 3ER, BB, 4K, HR Allowed

Brad Boxberger-RP: 2.0 IP, 0H, 0R, BB, 4K

Kevin Quackenbush-RP: 0.1 IP, 2H, 3ER, 2BB (H, 1)(L, 1-1)

Notes: After recording the win in his first Triple-A appearance a couple of nights ago, Kevin Quackenbush was lit up in his second appearance. Quackenbush had only allowed 1 earned run all year prior to tonight’s outing. With tonight’s 2-hit performance, Brandon Allen is now on a 5 game hitting streak in which he has recorded 4 multi-hit games and collected 9 RBI’s.


San Antonio Missions 2, Midland RockHounds 4

Rico Noel-CF: 2-5, K, Run scored

Cory Spangenberg-2B: 1-4, K

Yeison Asencio-RF: 3-4, RBI

Johan Limonta-1B: 1-4, K

Everett Williams-LF: 2-4, 2b

Rocky Gale-C: 1-4, 2b, K

Adam Buschini-3B: 1-4, 3b, K, Run scored

Matt Wisler-SP: 5.0 IP, 7H, 2ER, 2BB, 4K

Notes: Rico Noel has been hitting very well; he’s hit safely in 8 of his last 9 games. Matt Wisler has been solid since his promotion to Double-A. After 8 starts, Wisler owns a 4.19 ERA and has struck out 36 over 43 innings. It took him a couple of starts to adjust to Double-A, but he has been particularly effective as of late. He’s allowed 2 runs or less in 3 of his last 4 starts.


Lake Elsinore Storm 2, Inland Empire 66ers 6

Travis Jankowski-CF: 0-4, K

B.J. Guinn-2B: 1-4

Jace Peterson-SS: 2-3, 2b, 3b, BB, Run scored

Robert Kral-1B: 0-3, BB

Austin Hedges-C: 0-4, 3K

Travis Whitmore-DH: 2-4, RBI

Jeremy Baltz-LF: 2-4, HR(1), RBI, Run scored

James Needy-SP: 4.2 IP, 4H, 5R, 0ER, 2BB, 4K (L, 3-3)

Notes: Jeremy Baltz enjoyed a successful Lake Elsinore debut as he collected 2 hits including a solo home run. Jace Peterson continued right where he left off before the ASB. He collected multiple hits for the second game in a row and a triple for the second game in a row. Peterson is hitting .375 over his last 10 games and has raised his average to .296 on the year. He has increased his average with every level he has played; he hit .243 with the Emeralds, .286 with the TinCaps, and now .296 with the Storm.



Fort Wayne TinCaps 1, South Bend Silver Hawks 2

Mallex Smith-DH: 0-3, 2BB, 2K

Alberth Martinez-CF: 1-4, 2b, RBI

Maxx Tissenbaum-2B: 0-2, BB

Dane Phillips-C: 0-3, BB, 2K

Luis Tejada-1B: 0-4, 2K

Corey Adamson-LF: 1-3, BB, Run scored

Adys Portillo-SP: 3.2 IP, 4H, 2R, ER, BB, 5K (L, 0-1)

Walker Weickel-RP: 5.1 IP, H, 0R, 0BB, 9K

Notes: While he didn’t start the game today, Walker Weickel was nothing short of dominant. Weickel threw 5.1 one-hit innings while striking out 9. That gives Weickel 10.1 scoreless innings in a row with 14 strikeouts during that span. This is the most dominant Weickel has been all year, and hopefully he can continue the trend and carve through the Midwest League with ease from here on out.


Eugene Emeralds 3, Tri-City Dust Devils 0

Ronnie Richardson-CF: 1-3, BB, K, Run scored

Marcus Davis-LF: 0-3

Franmil Reyes-RF: 2-4, RBI, 2K

Trae Santos-1B: 0-3, BB, K, Run scored

Michael Miller-DH: 0-3, K

Ryan Miller-C: 1-3, 2b, 2RBI

Yimmi Brasoban-SP: 5.0 IP, 2H, 0ER, BB, 5K (W, 1-0)

Notes: Ryan Miller, a 14th round draft pick in the 2013 draft, performed well as he collected 2 RBI. Miller was considered an intriguing, later-round catching prospect with good defense and raw power. Yimmi Brasoban made his second start for Eugene and did very well for the second time in a row. In both of his starts, Brasoban has thrown 5 scoreless innings with only 2 hits allowed. The offense has yet to produce at a level that will allow the Emeralds to win consistently. Tonight marked the first time Eugene scored 3 runs in a game all season. The fact that Eugene’s record is 3-4 is amazing considering they’ve scored just 9 runs so far this season.


AZL Padres 3, AZL Mariners 2

Dustin Peterson-3B: 0-4, BB, K, Run scored

Jake Bauers-1B: 0-4

Jalen Goree-2B: 1-4, RBI, BB, K, Run scored

Josh Van Meter-DH: 1-4, K

Fernando Perez-PH: 1-1, HR(1), RBI, Run scored

Jose Ruiz-C: 0-4, K

Mason Smith-CF: 1-4, K

Juan Oramas-SP: 3.0 IP, 3H, ER, BB, 9K

Notes: With the inception of the AZL Padres’ season come the debuts of many young, exciting talents. Dustin Peterson, the Padres’ second overall selection of the 2013 draft didn’t collect a hit in his debut, but he did score the game-winning run in the 11th inning. Peterson was drafted for his massive offensive potential. Jake Bauers, the Padres’ 7th round selection in the 2013 draft, also was also unable to record a hit.  Like Peterson, Bauers was selected because of his ability with the bat. Mason Smith and Josh Van Meter, who were selected in the 4th and 5th round of the 2013 draft respectively, both collected hits in their debuts. The biggest hit of the night was a home run that came off the bat of Fernando Perez, who was selected in the 3rd round by the Padres in the 2012 draft. Perez was rated as the 81st best draft prospect by Jonathan Mayo. According to Mayo, Perez has easy power that could be above average in the future. Juan Oramas made his first appearance since going down with Tommy John surgery, and he recorded all 9 of his outs via strikeout.



About the author: Alex Bartlett

Three weeks after I was born, Padre legend Tony Gwynn visited my hospital and handed out teddy bears to all the newborn children, including me. I have been a Padre fan ever since. Whether SD is in the midst of an exciting playoff run, or an uneventful off-season, I love following them and I love writing about them.