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Run by The Trentonian's Nick Peruffo, this blog will provide daily multimedia coverage of the Trenton Thunder.

Monday, June 14, 2010

Around the System - June 12 and 13

Triple-A: Scranton 3, Indianapolis 2; Scranton 3, Indianapolis 1

Saturday: Dustin Moseley fanned 10 through seven innings of two-run ball, and the Yankees knocked off the Indians. Jesus Montero went 3-for-4. Rene Rivera had two RBIs. Boone Logan and Jonathan Albaladejo closed out the win.

Sunday: Tim Redding, Royce Ring, Mark Melancon and Jonathan Albaladejo combined to hold Indy to just one run on five hits and a walk. Jorge Vazquez was 0-for-3 with an RBI in his Triple-A debut. Eduardo Nunez was 3-for-4 with a stolen base, and Juan Miranda collected two knocks. Reid Gorecki and David Winfree each had an outfield assist.
Saturday box score

Sunday box score

Double-A: Trenton 6, Binghamton 0; Trenton 10, Binghamton 2

Saturday: D.J. Mitchell went 6 2/3 hitless innings, and seven frames overall, in his best start of the season, and the Thunder blanked the B-Mets. Longballs from Brandon Laird and Marcos Vechionacci accounted for all but one of Trenton's runs. The other was driven in on a Justin Christian RBI double. Grant Duff worked the final two innings.

Sunday: Hector Noesi threw the team's first complete game since 2008, and the Thunder tattooed the B-Mets for the second straight night, scoring their seventh straight win in the process. Justin Christian, Dan Brewer and Luis Nunez each had two hits, and Edwar Gonzalez went deep. Jose Gil hit a bases-loaded triple, the first three-bagger of his professional career.
Saturday box score

Sunday box score

Low-A: Hagerstown 5, Charleston 3; OFF
Josh Romanski threw seven inning and allowed just two earned runs, but Dickson Marquez couldn't hold the lead for the final two innings. Romanski fanned five and walked one. Rob Lyerly and Ray Kruml each had three hits. Kruml also scored twice and stole a bag. Zoilo Almonte was 2-for-4. DeAngelo Mack hit a solo home run.
Box score

Dominican Summer League 1: Yankees 12, Nationals 2*; Marlins 8, Yankees 3

Friday: Ali was 3-for-3 with a double, a triple and three runs scored in the second game of Friday's doubleheader. Jesus Polomo, Miguel Guzman and Isaias Tejada had two hits apiece. Yeicok Calderon was 1-for-5 with a three-run homer, his third shot of the year. Yankees pitches combined to strike out 10 batters.

Saturday: Jorge Alcantara was 4-for-4 with his fifth triple of the season -- bumping his batting average to .462 -- but the Yankees still couldn't overcome the Marlins. Yeicok Calderon hit his fourth home run, and second in as many games. Jamiel Orozco had two hits.

Friday box score
Saturday box score

Dominican Summer League 2: Indians 2, Yankees 1; Yankees 6, Pirates 1

Saturday: Eladio Moronta went 2-for-3 with a double and a triple, but the Yankees couldn't get past Cleveland's Dominican Leaguers. Shortstop Fernando Perez had the Yankees' lone RBI. Yunior Peroza and Edwin Rodriguez combined to strike out five and walk two over the game's seven innings.

Sunday: Eladio Moronta once again collected two hits, and his second triple in as many days, and a stolen base, this time in a winning effort. Overall, Moronta, an outfielder who has been compared to Raul Mondesi, is hitting .273 with three doubles, two triple and a longball in 55 at-bats over 14 games. Catcher Francisco Duran walked and scored three times. The mound combination of Cesar Vargas and Dubeny Soto fanned 12 and walked just one.
Saturday box score
Sunday box score

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