Padres Down on the Farm: May 10 (Eguy 2 doubles in EP)

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Padres Down on the Farm
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San Diego Padres affiliates went 2-3 on Friday.

Here is a recap of the day’s events.


El Paso Chihuahuas (Won 5-2 over Alburquerque) (16-21 on the season)

Eguy Rosario–  (2-for-3) 2 2B, 2 Runs, RBI, BB, K

Matthew Batten– (1-for-4) Run, RBI

Oscar Mercado- (1-for-3) HR, Run, 2 RBI

Ryan Carpenter– 6.2 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, BB, 4 K (85 pitches- 57 strikes)


El Paso was victorious in a close game at home against the Isotopes. Ryan Carpenter started the game, and the veteran pitcher threw 6.2 innings, allowing one earned run and striking out four batters. Kevin Kopps and Tom Cosgrove relieved Carpenter and did not allow a run to score. Matt Festa picked up his first save of the year as he threw a scoreless 9th inning for the Chihuahuas.

Eguy Rosario doubled twice for El Paso and scored two runs in the game. Rosario is making the best of his demotion since the Luis Arraez acquisition. Oscar Mercado homered for the fifth time in the year, and Matthew Batten went 1-for-4 with a run and an RBI. Tirso Ornelas was 1-for-3, and Graham Pauley was 1-for-4 in the game.



San Antonio Missions (Lost 4-1 to Frisco) (14-16 on the season) 

Cole Cummings– (1-for-4) 2 K

Robbie Tenerowicz– (1-for-3) 2B

Zach Reks– (1-for-4) BB, K

Robby Snelling– 6 IP, 5 H, 3 ER, 2 BB, 2 K (79 pitches- 49 strikes)


The Missions could not get anything going offensively, as they only managed three hits in the game. Zach Reks walked and went 1-for-4 on the night. Robbie Tenerowicz doubled in three at-bats for the Missions. Marcos Castanon went 0-for-4 with three strikeouts in the game. Juan Zabala was 0-for-0 with three walks.

Robby Snelling made the start for San Antonio and allowed three earned runs in six innings pitched. The lefty struck out a pair of batters in the game and owns a 3.86 ERA so far this season in the Texas League. Ethan Routzahn relieved him and allowed an unearned run in two innings of work.


Fort Wayne TinCaps (Won 5-3 over West Michigan) (11-20 on the season)

Colton Vincent– (3-for-3) Run, RBI

Tyler Robertson– (2-for-4) 2B, SB, Run, K

Anthony Vilar– (1-for-5) 2B, Run, RBI

Henry Baez– 5.2, 7 H, 1 ER, BB, 8 K (92 pitches- 67 strikes)


Two late runs in the 9th were the difference for the TinCaps in a 5-3 win on the road. A Colton Vincent single and an RBI groundout by Nik McClaughry provided the two runs for the TinCaps. Vincent went 3-for-3 in the game with a run and an RBI. Tyler Robertson doubled in four at-bats and also stole a base for the Missions. San Antonio failed to walk in the game but did knock out 10 hits in the contest.

Henry Baez started the game and only allowed one earned run in 5.2 innings pitched. Francis Pena got the win as the lefty threw two shutout innings for Fort Wayne. Pena lowered his ERA to 0.61 during the season, and he is 3-0 in pitching out of the bullpen. Mitch Miller threw a scoreless 9th to earn his first save of the season.


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Lake Elsinore Storm (Lost 8-7 to Inland Empire) (13-16 on the season)

Romeo Sanabria– (2-for-4) HR, 2 RBI, Run, BB, K

Nick Vogt– (2-for-4) 2 Runs

Wyatt Hoffman– (2-for-4)2 RBI, K

Eric Yost– 5 IP, 9 H, 5 ER, 2 BB, 3 K (76 pitches- 48 strikes)


The Storm battled back several times but could not surpass the 66ers in the run total the whole game. The team had an opportunity in the bottom of the 9th, but Ryan Wilson checked his swing on a comebacker to the Inland Empire closer to end the game. Lake Elsinore scored one run in the bottom of the 9th but stranded Romeo Sanabria at second base. Sanabria went 2-for-4 in the game with a homer and two RBIs. Wyatt Hoffman and Nick Vogt each recorded two hits in the loss.

Eric Yost started the game and gave up five earned runs in five innings. The 21-year-old righty owns a 5.96 ERA so far this season in the Cal League. Johan Moreno was charged with the loss as he gave up two runs in two innings of work. Javier Chacon recorded the last three outs of the game and also allowed a run in the top of the 9th that proved to be the difference.


ACL Padres (Lost 7-1 to ACL Rangers) (4-2 on the season)

B.Y. Choi– (1-for-3) HR, RBI, Run, 2 K

Addison Kopack-(1-for-2) 2B, BB

Donte Grant– (1-for-3) K

Langston Burkett– 3 IP, 4 H, 3 ER, 3 BB, 2 K


The ACL Padres lost on Friday night as the pitching staff was roughed up a bit. Ian Koening started the game and didn’t allow a run in an inning of work. Adler Cecil relieved him and coughed up two earned runs in an inning of work. Langson Burkett went the next three innings and allowed three more earned runs. Miguel Valdez ended the night allowing a run in his lone inning of work.

The bats didn’t do much for the Padres, as they only managed four hits in the game and three walks. B.Y. Choi is making a name for himself in the ACL League as Choi is off to a hot start in the desert. Choi went 1-for-3 in the game and slugged his first homer of the season. Center fielder Donte Grant went 1-for-3 in the game, and Addison Kpoack doubled in two at-bats.


Saturday’s probable pitchers

El Paso- TBD

San Antonio- Victor Lizarraga (1-0  3.00 ERA)

Fort Wayne- Dylan Lesko (0-2  9.39 ERA)

Lake Elsinore- TBD

ACL Padres- TBD

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