Around the System Day 6
Kei Igawa blew the save but got the win as S/W-B rallied against the Red Wings. Before got in to ruin/save things, Ivan Nova threw seven innings of one-run ball with seven strikeouts. After two starts, his ERA is 0.82. Jonathan Albaladejo got the save, and Greg Golson had two hits in the win. Box score.
Double-A: Akron 4, Trenton 2
Lance Pendelton gave up a three-run home run to Beau Mills in the first inning, and that was all she wrote. Austin Romine drove in a pair of runs on a sacrifice fly and a grounder second. David Adams extended his hitting streak, scored both runs and made two fantastic plays at second base. Dan Brewer went 2-for-3.
High-A: Tampa 3, Clearwater 2
Hector Noesi, once again, was the star of this show. The right-hander, who I bet you'll see with Trenton sooner rather than later, fanned 10 over six innings of two-run ball. Pat Venditte and Jonathan Ortiz finished things with three innings of hitless relief. Myron Leslie hit his first home run, and Corban Joseph had a double.
Low-A: Charleston 3, West Virginia 2
DeAngelo Mack had two hits, including a two-run home run, and the RiverDogs topped the Power. Shaeffer Hall spun 5 2/3 innings, allowed one run and fanned five. Ryan Flannery blew the save in the ninth, but collected the win when Luke Murton's single made Charleston walk-off winners.