Tigers Minor League Wrap 7-24-08: Ryan Perry Debut

Toledo 1 Rochester 6
This one only went 5 due to rain. Mike Hollimon homered and Jeff Larish and Timo Perez doubled. Chris Lambert allowed 6 runs on 6 hits in 5 innings despite only 1 walk and 7 K’s

Binghamton 11 Erie 0
Danny Worth and Lou Ott both went 2 for 3. Lauren Gagnier didn’t make it out of the 3rd inning before allowing 9 runs.

Binghamton 0 Erie 1
Casper Wells, Deik Scram, and Santo De Leon had the only hits and Jeff Frazier had the only RBI. Danny Christensen pitched 6.1 innings of 3 hit ball. Casey Fien got the last 2 outs.

Wisconsin 5 West Michigan 8
Chris Carlson and Joe Tucker each had 3 hits. Jordan Newton and Justin Henry each had 2 hits. Kyle Peter singled and walked 3 times. Alfredo Figaro surrendered 4 runs on 10 hits in 5 innings. Scott Green got the save with a scoreless inning including a hit and a strikeout.

Sarasota 17 Lakeland 10
On a night when the Flying Tigers score 10, my first player of note is a guy who didn’t get a hit. Ryan Strieby’s six game homer streak was snapped. Mike Bertram did hit 2 homers and drove in 6 runs. Adam Frost also homered and doubled. Most of the pitching was really bad. Cody Satterwhite struck out the side int he 8th and Brandon Timm pitched a scoreless 9th. That’s noteworthy since he isn’t a pitcher.

Oneonta PPD

GCL Braves 4 GCL Tigers 6
Ryan Perry made his debut and he struck out the side in the 8th inning. Luis Palacios led the attack going 4 for 5 with a double and 3 RBI. Luis Angel Sanz pitched out of the pen, but allowed just 1 hit, and no walks while fanning 5 in 4 shut out innings.

3 Comments

  1. micah stupak

    July 25, 2008 at 12:55 am

    hey bill -

    i live in rochester and so i was at the series, of course. lambert looked great in today’s game until it started to rain. at that point, his control went haywire and he pretty much just got bombed. i thought for sure toledo was going to pull it out before that, however, because they ran mulvey up to almost 50 pitches after 3IP. they were also hitting him really hard – 5 shots to the warning track by the 4th.

    hollimon and perez were pretty much the highlights of the series. guzman looked great on the basepaths and made a serious web gem diving catch today (i even conviced red wings fans in my section to show him some love for the catch :) ).

    in other news, liriano was absolutely filthy tuesday night. dear god. he hasn’t looked this good since his peak in july ’06, and he looked like one of the greatest pitchers ever then. twins mgmt, thank you soooo much for keeping him in rochester still.

  2. Mike R

    July 25, 2008 at 2:10 am

    Liriano got called up.

  3. Ryan P

    July 25, 2008 at 8:37 am

    Can’t complain about striking out the side.