BBDP July 12th: David Adams has perfect night, Ramirez and Pinder combine for no-no

Mahoney, Gil, and Stoneburner activated from DL, per Josh Norris.
Ty Hensley signed today.                                                                                                            Tomorrow, the Yankees will officially announce the signing of Jose Mesa Jr.

BBDP MVP: David Adams – 5/5, 2B, 3 RBI

Triple-A Empire State: Double- Header

Game One: W 3-0 vs Syracuse. W: Figueroa S: Wade

Chris Dickerson: 0/5
Francisco Cervelli: 0/4, BB
Corban Joseph: 0/2, BB
Ronnier Mustelier: 1/2, 2B, RBI
Brandon Laird: 1/4, R, K
Cory Wade: 2 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, K

Game Two: W 1-0 vs Syracuse. W: Whitley (6-4)

Chris Dickerson: 0/6, 4 K (.264) Rough day (0/10)
Corban Joseph: 0/5, BB, K (.259) Also a rough day (0/7)
Ronnier Mustelier: 0/4, R, 2 BB, K (.302)
Brandon Laird: 1/5, BB, K (.230)
Adam Warren: 7 IP, 3 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 3 K (3.9 ERA)
Chase “Whiffley” Whitley: 1.2 IP, 1 H, 0 ER (4.17 ERA)

Double-A Trenton: W 7-6 vs New Britain. W: Betances (1-1) S: Farquhar (3)

Jose Pirela: 2/5, R, 2 K (.326) Second multi-hit game in a row.
Addison Maruszak: 2/4, 3 R, 2B, BB, K, SB (4) (.291) 13 for his last 39 (.333)
David “Dadams” Adams: 5/5, R, 2B, 3 RBI (.320) Still don’t think he’s back? I do.
Zoilo Almonte: 1/4, R, RBI, BB (.285)
Luke Murton: 1/4, BB, 3 K (.264)
Kevin Mahoney: 3/5, 2B, RBI, PO (.295) 15 for his last 39 (.385) This team is on fire as a whole.
JR “Murph” Murphy: 2/4, 2 RBI (.118) Batting average increased by .118 today, aka he got his first hit of his Double-A Career.
Rob Segedin: 0/5, K (.043)
Dellin Betances: 6.2 IP, 5 H, 4 ER, BB, 6 K (2.41 ERA) At least he didn’t walk a bunch of people.

High-A Tampa: Double Header

Game One: W 4-2 vs St. Lucie. W: Dott (3-3) S: Montgomery (13)

Mason Williams: 0/3, CS (1), PO (1) (.182) I didn’t know you could be picked off and caught stealing in the same play, but it happened.
Ramon “Ray-Flo” Flores: 1/3, R, 2B, CS (5) (.302) 15 for last 39 (.385). He’s still raking.
Adonis Garcia: 1/2, R, 2B, RBI, BB, K (.185)
Slade Heathcott: 0/2, R, BB, K (.232) 6 for his last 32 (.188) Does have 8 walks during that time though.
Gary Sanchez: 0/2, R, BB, K (.273)
Kyle “K-Roll” Roller: 1/3, 2 RBI, K (.255)
Anderson Feliz: 0/2, BB, K (.214)
Nik “Turley Bird” Turley: 4 IP, 5 H, ER, BB, 6 K (3.21) Must have hit his pitch count early. He did hit two batters to go along with his walk.
Mark “Monte Python” Montgomery: 1 IP, 0 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 3 K (1.38 ERA) Back to his old tricks.

High-A Tampa: W 1-0 vs St. Lucie. W: Jose Ramirez (3-4) S: Pinder (4)

Mason Williams: 1/3, K (.194)
Ramon Flores: 0/3, 2 K (.300)
Adonis Garcia: 0/2, BB, K (.172)
Slade Heathcott: 0/3, K (.220)
Kyle Roller: 1/2, R, 2B, K (.257)
Anderson Feliz: 1/1, BB (.241)
Jose “J-Ram” Ramirez: 6 IP, 0 H, 0 ER, BB, 7 K (3.39 ERA) Boy he looks good coming back from the down time.
Branden Pinder: 1 IP, 0 H, 0 ER, 2 K (3.78 ERA)

Low-A Charleston: W 2-1 vs Asheville. W: Gerritse (2-4) S: Goody (2)

Ali Castillo: 1/2, R, BB, CS (5), E (3) (.351) It’s good to see him get some real playing time.
Robert Refsnyder: 1/4, 2B, RBI, K (.250)
Ben Gamel: 1/4, R, HR (2), RBI, 2 K (.292) Five game hit streak with eight hits in 22 at bats.
Casey Stevenson: 1/4, K (.299)
Reymond Nunez: 0/3, BB, 3 K (.266)
Cito Culver: 1/3, CS (6) (.206)
Brett Gerritse: 5 IP, 2 H, R, 0 ER, 3 BB, K (4.25 ERA)
Joel De La Cruz: 2 IP, 0 H, 0 ER, 3 BB, 3 K (2.95 ERA)
Nick Goody: 2 IP, 0 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 2 K (0.00 ERA) Seconds save, he’s looking awful good.

Short Season Staten Island: L 3-5 vs State College. L: Benak (1-2)

Taylor Dugas: 0/3, BB, K (.350)
Exicardo Cayones: 1/5, K (.275)
Peter O’Brien: 0/3, R, BB (.167) I’m surprised he’s not owning this level.
Saxon Butler: 2/4, R, 2B (.355) He is owning this level.
Matt Snyder: 2/4, 2B, 2 RBI, K (.254) After the horrifically slow start, he’s now 16 for his last 37 (.432) with five doubles.
Fu-Lin Kuo: 2/4 (.311)
Matt Duran: 0/4 (.145)
Daniel Lopez: 1/4, E (2) (.173)
Claudio Custodio: 1/4, R (.212)

GCL Yankees: Double Header

Game One: L 2-1 to GCL Braves. L: Bautista (1-1)

Dan Brewer: 0/3 2 K (.250)
Yeicok Calderon: 1/3 (.222)
Austin Jones: 0/2, BB, K (.263)
Nathan Mikolas: 1/3, K (.160) Slow start, but he’s just getting his feet wet this year anyway.
Jerison Lopez: 2/2, R, BB, PO (.351) Probably the surprise of the year at this level.
Francisco Rosario: 1/3, K, SB (1) (.333) Got nervous when I saw the name Rosario in the box score and thought Jose might have been demoted again, but he’s actually a new 22 year old (today actually) signee out of the Dominican Republic.
Caleb Frare: 3 IP, H, 0 ER, BB, 3 K (6.23 ERA) 11th round left handed high school draftee, looked much better today than his first outing.
Rony Bautista: 4 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, BB, 3 K (2.35 ERA) Had a rough first inning then settled down, but took the loss anyway.

Game Two: W 1-0 vs GCL Braves. W: Mercedes (1-0) S: Castro (1)

Mikeson Oliberto: 0/3, K (.271)
Jerison Lopez: 1/2, @B, RBI, BB (.355)
Chris Breen: 0/3, K (.346) Great surprise from this year’s draft.
Austin Jones: 0/2, BB, K (.256)
Ericson Leonora: 0/3, K, SB (1) (.284)
Austin Aune: 1/3, K (.237) Five for his last 15 (.333), but no extra base hits.
Miguel Andujar: 1/2, BB (.209)
Justin James: 0/0, R, 2 BB (.154)
Jordan Cote: 4 IP, 4 H, 0 ER, BB, 4 K (1.19 ERA) Looking great in his pro debut. Has 21 K and just four walks in 22.2 IP.
Kelvin Castro: 1 IP, 0 H, 0 ER, K (0.00 ERA) The Yankees made the decision to convert him to a pitcher. Not a bad start to his pitching career, but he’s already 24 years years old and you know how these conversions usually go. Hint: The result is usually similar to when Joaquin Phoenix tried to switch careers from acting to rapping.

Tomorrow’s starters:

Empire State: Ramon Ortiz (6-3, 2.94 ERA)
Trenton: Vidal Nuno (4-1, 1.22 ERA)
Charleston: Gerritse (1-4, 4.69 ERA)
Staten Island: Tim Flight (0-1, 4.05 ERA)
Tampa and GCL: TBD

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6 Responses to BBDP July 12th: David Adams has perfect night, Ramirez and Pinder combine for no-no

  1. That's a no-hitter by Ramirez and Pinder for Tampa. That's one heck of a night by Adams to take the MVP away from them.

  2. Greg Corcoran says:

    Yeah, actually didn't even realize it while I was doing this. Ramirez deserved it for sure, but I'm not gonna take it away from David Adams at this point since he probably deserved it too.

  3. It was only a 7-inning game because it was a doubleheader. So it's not like it's a true no-hitter. A 5-for-5 night is still very impressive.