Padres Down on the Farm: June 19 (Haynes strong for TinCaps)

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San Diego Padres affiliates went 0-4 on Wednesday.

Here’s a recap of the night’s events.


El Paso Chihuahuas (Lost 7-1 vs Sugar Land) (29-42 on the season)
Nate Mondou – (2-for-4) Double
Tirso Ornelas (2-for-4)
Jackson Wolf – 3 IP, 5 H, 4 R, 4 BB, 0 K (56 pitches, 26 strikes)
Jackson Wolf’s nightmarish month of June continued tonight, as the southpaw allowed four runs in three innings. It was his third consecutive outing of under four innings. Wolf did not have his best command today, walking four and not recording a single punchout. A ball-to-strike ratio of 30 balls to 26 strikes tells most of the story. Wolf now has a 9.77 ERA in June, which includes one scoreless six-inning outing. Luke Westphal tossed three scoreless innings in relief, and Jayvien Sandridge allowed two runs in 1.1 innings.

The offense was unable to have a PCL special, scoring only once on seven hits. Tirso Ornelas had a two-hit game, and Nate Mondou had the team’s lone extra-base hit. Bryce Johnson would score the team’s lone run, while the team went 1-for-3 with runners in scoring position. Graham Pauley and Eguy Rosario went hitless in the game, with Pauley again playing at second base.


San Antonio Missions (Lost 7-4 vs Amarillo) (29-35 on the season)
Brandon Valenzuela – (2-for-4) Home Run
Robbie Tenerowicz – (2-for-4)
Jared Kollar – 0.2 IP, 3 H, 5 R, 2 BB, 1 K (33 pitches, 19 strikes)
Missions starter Jared Kollar had his toughest start of the season, not escaping the first inning while allowing five runs in his time on the mound. Kollar did not seem to lack his command, but he was unable to record the elusive third out. Francis Pena and Cole Paplham each tossed two scoreless innings in the game, each striking out three batters.

Brandon Valenzuela was once again the talk of the town from the Missions’ game, homering for the sixth time this season. Valenzuela has been raking in the month of June, as he looks to a possible late-season Triple-A call-up. Clay Dungan would score twice, and Robbie Tenerowicz would single twice in the game as well. The team went 2-for-4 with runners in scoring position, unable to generate many offensive opportunities.


Fort Wayne TinCaps (Lost 8-3 vs Wisconsin) (27-38 on the season)
Jay Beshears – (1-for-3) RBI, Run Scored
Ethan Salas – (1-for-3) RBI Single
Jagger Haynes – 4 IP, 4 H, 2 R, 2 BB, 3 K (67 pitches, 37 strikes)
On a night where the TinCaps were joined by Padres right-hander Yu Darvish, the TinCaps were unable to comeback to win against the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers. On rehab assignment, Yu Darvish allowed six runs in 3.1 innings, but his pitches had the movement and velocity that they show when Darvish is at full health. His next step, as he said postgame, is to return to the majors for his next start, likely next week against the Nationals. Jagger Haynes pitched in relief in the game, allowing two runs on four hits while striking out three. It continues a strong run for the southpaw, as he now has a 2.63 ERA since the start of May.

The offense went 2-for-7 with runners in scoring position, with Ethan Salas recording an RBI single in the late innings of the game. Devin Ortiz singled twice, and Jay Beshears would also score a run in the game. Joshua Mears would go 1-for-3 in the game, scoring a run of his own.


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Lake Elsinore Storm (Lost 8-3 vs Visalia) (32-31 on the season)
Leodalis De Vries – (2-for-4) RBI Double
Wyatt Hoffman – (1-for-2) 2 Runs Scored
Jose Luis Reyes – 1.2 IP, 5 H, 4 R, 0 BB, 5 K (48 pitches, 34 strikes)
Leodalis De Vries would record his first multi-hit game since June 5th, doubling in Wyatt Hoffman to open the scoring for the Storm. Braedon Karpathios would walk three times, accounting for half of the Storm offense’s walks. Hoffman would steal two bases in the game, and the offense went 3-for-9 with runners in scoring position. J.D. Gonzalez would go hitless in the game but would score a run.

Jose Luis Reyes started for the Storm and had a difficult outing, allowing four runs on five hits. Reyes was pitching in the zone, but batters were making contact and putting the ball in play. Reyes recorded all five of his outs via the strikeout. Javier Chacon would toss 2.2 scoreless innings with three strikeouts out of the bullpen, and Yerry Landinez would toss a scoreless eighth. Luis German would have a rough outing, allowing four runs in 0.1 innings.




DSL Padres Gold: OFF DAY


DSL Padres Brown: OFF DAY


Thursday’s Probable Pitchers:

El Paso: TBD
San Antonio: Carter Loewen (1-1, 2.11 ERA)
Fort Wayne: TBD
Lake Elsinore: TBD
DSL Brown: TBD

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