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


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


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

  • Greg Corcoran

    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.

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