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Daily Farm Round-Up: 8-27-13 

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It’s getting tiring to write about the offensive struggles of the Padres farm system, but that was the common theme in tonight’s games. The T-Pads, Missions, Storm, and AZL Padres combined to score 5 runs tonight. San Antonio was the only team to collect a victory due to a timely hit from Cory Spangenberg, and an excellent outing from Juan Oramas. The rest of the teams were blown out.

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Hitting Prospect of the Day: Cory Spangenberg

Pitching Player of the Day: Juan Oramas

 

Tucson Padres 1, Reno Aces 10

Dean Anna-2B: 0-3, BB, Run scored

Gregorio Petit-SS: 0-3, K

Brandon Allen-LF: 1-4, K

Mike Wilson-RF: 1-3, RBI

Scott Moore-3B: 1-4, K

Cody Decker-1B: 0-3, K

Jason Lane-SP: 5.1 IP, 9H, 7R, 6ER, BB, 7K (L, 2-2)

Notes: Tucson’s red-hot offense was abruptly halted in this game against the Aces. The T-Pads could only muster 4 hits and 1 run while also committing 3 errors. There really just were not a lot of positives; the T-Pads didn’t even have 1 extra-base hit. The pitching was no better as they allowed 10 runs on 15 hits.

 

San Antonio Missions 1, Midland RockHounds 0

Rico Noel-CF: 0-4, K

Cory Spangenberg-2B: 2-4, RBI

Tommy Medica-DH: 0-3, K

Jake Blackwood-3B: 0-4, K

Lee Orr-1B: 0-4, K

Rocky Gale-C: 1-2, BB

Juan Oramas-SP: 6.0 IP, 6H, 0R, 0BB, 4K (W, 2-2)

Notes: Cory Spangenberg increased his hitting streak to 9 games with a clutch, 2 out RBI single in the 3rd inning. Juan Oramas has been absolutely dominant with the Missions. Oramas has now gone 3 straight starts without allowing an earned run; over 11 starts with the Missions Oramas is 2-2 with a 2.84 ERA and 56 strikeouts over 50.2 innings pitched.

 

Lake Elsinore Storm 2, Lancaster JetHawks 7

Bridger Hunt-SS: 3-5, 2B, Run scored

Kyle Gaedele-CF: 1-5, 3K

A.J. Kirby-Jones-1B: 0-5, 4K

Jeremy Baltz-LF: 1-4, Run scored

Jeremy Rodriguez-DH: 3-5, 2K

Corey Adamson-RF: 1-3, 2BB, 2K

Justin Hancock-SP: 0.2 IP, 4H, 5R, 3ER, 3BB, 0K (L, 2-7)

Notes: The Storm outhit the JetHawks 12 to 9, but they were only 3-for-18 with RISP. The Storm also struck out 15 times. Justin Hancock continued his struggles with the Storm. Hancock endured his worst start with the Storm; he lasted less than an inning while allowing 7 base runners and 5 runs. Hancock’s ERA ballooned from 5.11 to 5.53.

 

Fort Wayne TinCaps: DNP

 

Eugene Emeralds: DNP

 

AZL Padres 1, AZL Royals 10

Mason Smith-CF: 2-4, 2B, 3B, RBI, K

Josh Van Meter-SS: 0-4

Franmil Reyes-DH: 0-4, 2K

Jose Urena-LF: 2-4

Jake Bauers-1B: 1-4

Adam Ford-2B: 0-3, K

Alexander Constanza-SP: 4.0 IP, 4H, 4R, 2ER, BB, 4K (L, 0-1)

Notes: Tough game for the AZL Padres as they only collected 5 hits. First baseman Jake Bauers had one of those hits; he’s hitting .333 over his last 10 games. Similarly, Mason Smith is also hitting .333 over his last 10 games. Smith has struggled all year long; he’s hitting .209 over 129 AB’s, but hopefully his recent play is a sign that he’s turning things around.

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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.