Tigers Minor League Wrap – July 13th

Toledo 6, Scranton 5
Jack Hannahan was 2 for 4 with a walk and Josh Phelps homered. Dmitri Young continued his rehab stint, playing first base tonight. He was 1 for 4 with a strikeout. Jordan Tata started and went 6 innings allowing 4 runs on 6 hits. He allowed 2 dingers, walked 1, and fanned 4. Chris Spurling and Bobby Seay each had a scoreless inning of relief. In a roster move Mike Rabelo was promoted from Erie, taking Maxim St. Pierre’s spot.

Erie 5, Alttona 2
Brent Clevlen was 3 for 5 with his 7th homer. Jon Connolly went 7 innings allowing 2 runs on 8 hits.

Clearwater 2, Lakeland 1
Jeff Frazier went 2 for 4. Dallas Trahern pitched a 4 hit complete game. He allowed both runs, walked 2 and fanned 6.

West Michigan 6, Southwest Michigan 4
Cameron Maybin was 1 for 1. That one hit was a 3 run homer. His other 3 plate appearances were walks and he added 2 stolen bases. Dusty Ryan and Mike Hollimon both homered as well. Erik Averill pitched 7 innings and allowed 3 runs, 2 earned, on 7 hits.

Staten Island 5, Oneonta 4
Ron Bourquin doubled, singled and walked in 5 plate apperances. Zach Piccola was roughed up for 4 runs, 3 earned in only 2 innings. Casey Fien came on in reliefe and threw 5 scoreless innings.

GCL Tigers 7, GCL Indians 2
Audy Ciriaco ws 2 for 4. Orlando Rodriguez added a homer and a single. Luis Arlet tripled and singled and is now slugging 714.

2 thoughts on “Tigers Minor League Wrap – July 13th”

  1. good to see Brent Clevlen finally starting to get on track. Off the top of my head, seems like he’s got about 4 HRs in his last 10 games or so. His first half was just brutal. Maybe if he can get hot the 2nd half of the season he can salvage some sort of prospect status and hope for the future.

    Maybin on the other hand is just abusing Midwest League pitching. Took him a little time to get back in the groove after his finger injury, but he’s playing very well the last few weeks. Wouldn’t surprise me to see him get bumped up to Lakeland in July or August.

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