Around the System, Day 12
Interesting note: The Yankees' starters do not have a win all season. That trend continued yesterday with Zach McAllister, who pitched well but exited in a 1-1 tie. Once McAllister left, Scranton scored six more times, four of which came off of reliever Bobby Parnell. In the win, Jesus Montero hit his first Triple-A home run.
Double-A: New Hampshire 5, Trenton 4
Ryan Pope allowed five runs in the second inning, and that was all she wrote for Trenton. Austin Romine had his best day in Double-A, going 3-for-5 with two runs, an RBI and a stolen base. Damon Sublett also had a two-run double in the loss. Austin Krum stole two bases.
High-A: Tampa 3-1, Clearwater 1-5
In the first game of their doubleheader, Hector Noesi threw five innings of shutout baseball to help the T-Yanks win. He struck out a pair and lowered his ERA to 1.06. ETA in Trenton: Memorial Day. In the nightcap, Phil Bartleski allowed four runs in relief of Dan Kapala -- starting in place of injured Andrew Brackman -- earning his first loss of the year. Corban Joseph was 4-for-6 with a home run and a double over both games.
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Low-A: Augusta 5, Charleston 2
Chris Dominguez's three-run walk-off home run off of Ben Watkins in the 11th inning gave the RiverDogs a loss and rendered irrelevant Graham Stoneburner's excellent start. The Clemson alum scattered eight hits and three walks over six one-run frames. He also fanned eight GreenJackets. Luke Murton had a pair of doubles and scored a run. DeAngelo Mack doubled and scored the other run.