Padres Down on the Farm: June 10 (Martin HR, walk-off single for EP/Ilarraza HR for SA/Wolf solid for FW)

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The San Diego Padres affiliates went 4-2 on Friday. Here is a recap of the day’s events. 

Here is a recap of the day’s events.


El Paso Chihuahuas (Won 3-2 vs. Albuquerque) (33-25 on the season)

Grant Gavin: 2 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 4 K (39 pitches, 24 strikes)

Kyle Martin: (2-for-3), HR, 2 RBI, R, BB

C.J. Hinojosa: (2-for-4), RBI, R, SB

Brett Sullivan: (2-for-4), R, K

The Chihuahuas rode their talented bullpen and the newly acquired Kyle Martin to a win over the Albuquerque Isotopes. Grant Gavin started the game with a pair of shutout innings, striking out four Isotopes batters. Luke Westphal entered the game, allowing a home run to the first batter he faced.

However, Kyle Martin, who the Padres added on Wednesday from the Mexican Baseball League, hit his second home run in three days to tie the game at one. The Isotopes scored on a wild pitch in the fourth inning, but El Paso answered back when C.J. Hinojosa’s two-out single brought home Brett Sullivan. Neither team scored until the bottom of the ninth when Hinojosa hit a one-out double. Martin came up and played the hero, slapping a single into right field, walking the game off.


San Antonio Missions (Won 7-4 vs. Corpus Christi) (28-25 on the season)

Moises Lugo: 2.2 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 6 K (37 pitches, 26 strikes)

Reinaldo Ilarraza: (2-for-4), HR, 3 RBI, R, SB, K

Kelvin Alarcon: (2-for-5), 2B, RBI, 3 K

Domingo Leyba: (1-for-3), 2B, 2 BB

The Missions’ offense exploded early, and their bullpen was stellar in their win over Corpus Christi. After falling behind early, when Lake Bachar allowed two runs in the first inning, the Missions answered in the second inning. San Antonio batted around, scoring five runs in the frame. Ripken Reyes brought home the first run with a single before Reinaldo Ilarraza hit his first home run of the season, scoring three runs. Kelvin Alcaron doubled home Connor Hollis later in the frame, putting San Antonio up by three runs. The Missions bullpen was fantastic, putting together 5.1 scoreless innings. Moises Lugo struck out six batters in 2.2 shutout frames. Henry Henry picked up a hold before Alek Jacob picked up a six-out save, striking out five of the six batters he faced. 


Fort Wayne TinCaps (Won 2-1 vs. Lake County) (22-33 on the season)

Jackson Wolf: 5 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 3 BB, 6 K (87 pitches, 53 strikes)

Sam Keating: 2 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 0 K (28 pitches, 17 strikes)

Kelvin Melean: (2-for-4), HR, RBI, R, 2 K

Brandon Valenzuela: (2-for-4), 3B, RBI

The TinCaps won an exciting pitcher’s duel, as Jackson Wolf worked five innings, surrendering just one run. Sam Keating, Fred Schlichtholz, and Luke Boyd combined for four shutout innings, which proved crucial. Kelvin Melean blasted a home run to start the scoring in the first inning before Lake County tied the game in the third. As the game continued on, it remained deadlocked at one. In the bottom of the eighth, the TinCaps caught a break when Lucas Dunn reached on an error. Brandon Valenzuela made Lake County pay, smashing a triple, putting Fort Wayne ahead entering the ninth. Luke Boyd retired the final two batters, earning the save in the low-scoring affair. 


Lake Elsinore Storm (Won 4-3 vs. San Jose) (32-23 on the season)

Garrett Hawkins: 5 IP, 5 H, 3 R, 2 BB, 9 K (85 pitches, 56 strikes)

Cole Cummings: (1-for-3), HR, 2 RBI, R, BB

Max Ferguson: (1-for-4), HR, R, RBI, K

Nerwillian Cedeno: (2-for-4), R

The Storm won, despite producing just six hits and going hitless with runners in scoring position. Cole Cummings got the scoring started with a two-run jack in the first inning, but San Jose tied the game with two runs of their own off Garrett Hawkins. Victor Duarte’s RBI groundout put the Storm back ahead, but Vaun Brown homered for the Giants, tying the game back up.

The speedy Max Ferguson blasted a home run, breaking the tie for good in the fifth. Alan Mundo and Ben Miller each threw two shutout frames, securing the win for Lake Elsinore. The win helped to maintain the Storm’s one-game lead atop the California South A League Division.


DSL Padres (Lost 4-1 to DSL Reds) (3-2 on the season)

Jonney Rosario: 4 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 1 BB, 3 K

Alain Camou: (1-for-2), 2B, BB

Jose Cordero: (2-for-3)

Kashon Conliffe: (0-for-3), R, BB, 2 SB, 3 K

The Padres started hot as Kashon Conliffe stole home in the first inning, but that was their only run of the night. The Reds picked up a pair of two-out runs off of Jonney Rosario in the bottom of the first, putting them ahead for good. Two more runs scored on a single in the fifth off Luis Acosta for the Reds. The Padres picked up just four hits as they were shut down by the Reds pitching staff. Jose Cordero was the only Padre to have multiple hits, while Alain Camou’s double was the only extra-base hit.


ACL Padres (Lost 3-0 to ACL White Sox) (1-3 on the season)

Miguel Rondon: 4 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 2 BB, 3 K 

Colton Bender: (1-for-2), BB

Gilberto Vizcarra: (1-for-2), K

Eddy Beltre: (1-for-3)

The Padres were completely dominated offensively, picking up just three singles. The Padres struck out 11 times in 24 at-bats, as they struggled to even make contact throughout the game. Miguel Rondon matched Hunter Dollander, who started the game for the White Sox. Rondon allowed just one single in four shutout innings, but the White Sox pounced on Joshua Paulina. Paulina retired just one batter and allowed three runs, which proved to be the only three runs of the game.


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Saturday’s Probables

El Paso: TBD

San Antonio: Nolan Watson (1-2, 8.63 ERA)

Fort Wayne: Noel Vela (2-3, 3.26 ERA)

Lake Elsinore: TBD

DSL Padres: TBD

ACL Padres: TBD

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