Around the System - May 28
Dustin Moseley allowed a pair of runs over six innings, earning his second win of the season. He fanned three and walked as many. Boone Logan and Royce Ring finished the evening with 2 1/3 innings of one-hit ball. Reid Gorecki, Jeff Natale, Rene Rivera and Jesus Montero each doubled. Gorecki and Chad Huffman had two hits apiece, and Huffman scored twice. Reegie Corona also crossed the dish twice, and connected on his third home run of the season.
Double-A: New Hampshire 7, Trenton 6
David Phelps was brilliant once again, but the bullpen of Wilkins Arias and Josh Schmidt was not. The pair allowed two home runs, including a three-run, inside-the-park bomb from Eric Thames, and allowed the Fisher Cats to erase a 6-1 deficit and extend their lead in the Eastern League's Eastern division. Austin Romine, Brandon Laird and Luis Nunez each collected two hits and scored a run. Laird drove home two runs.
High-A: Bradenton 8, Tampa 1
On the afternoon he was named to the Florida State League All-Star team, Adam Warren had his worst start of the season. A first-rounder from last year, Warren gave up five runs on seven hits over 2 2/3 innings. It's the second time he's allowed five runs this season (just four were earned the first time). Corban Joseph had two hits, and Jose Pirela drove home the lone run.