Padres Down on the Farm: May 14 (Wolf brilliant for SA/Cummings HR short of cycle in FW/Ravelo HR for EP)


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The San Diego Padres, minor league affiliates, went 1-3 on Sunday.

Here is a recap of the day’s events.


El Paso Chihuahuas (Lost 4-3 to Sugar Land) (16-23 on the season)

Pedro Avila: 3 IP, 1 H, 1 R (0 ER), 1 BB, 4 K (52 pitches, 34 strikes)

Rangel Ravelo: (1-for-2), HR, 2 RBI, 2 R, 2 BB, K

Matthew Batten: (1-for-4), 2B, BB, K

Jose Iglesias: (1-for-1), RBI

El Paso produced little offense, putting up just four hits in their loss to Sugar Land. Pedro Avila was great for the Chihuahuas, working three innings of one-hit ball. He did allow a run in the third, but it was only after Jose Altuve, in the midst of his rehab stint, reached on an error. El Paso did grab a two-run lead in the second after Rangel Ravelo hit his second homer of the season. However, a two-run double in the sixth off Reiss Knehr put Sugar Land ahead, and they didn’t look back. Jose Iglesias drove home Ravelo in the ninth to cut the gap to one. David Dahl and Matthew Batten both failed to drive home the tying run, which was in scoring position, ending the game.


San Antonio Missions (Lost 1-0 to Corpus Christi) (16-17 on the season)

Jackson Wolf: 7 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 0 BB, 8 K (87 pitches, 67 strikes)

Alek Jacob: 2 IP, 0 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 2 K (24 pitches, 18 strikes)

Juan Fernandez: (2-for-3), BB, SB

Luis Aviles: (1-for-3), K

Jackson Wolf was brilliant for the San Antonio Missions, throwing seven sparkling innings of one-run ball. He surrendered just one run, struck out eight, and didn’t walk any batters. Corpus Christi managed just four hits against him, but unfortunately, three of the four came in the first innings. That meant that the Hooks scored a run, which proved to be the only one of the game. San Antonio managed just three hits, all of which were singles. Juan Fernandez had a pair of hits and a walk, accounting for 50% of the times that the Missions hitters reached base. That nightmarish offensive performance doomed Wolf and San Antonio to a loss.


Fort Wayne TinCaps (Won 7-2 vs. Beloit) (11-22 on the season)

Bodi Rascon: 4 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 4 BB, 3 K (74 pitches, 44 strikes)

Cole Cummings: (3-for-4), 3B, 2B, RBI, R

Lucas Dunn: (3-for-4), 2B, 2 RBI, 2 R, K

Justin Farmer: (2-for-4), 2B, R, K

Fort Wayne used 14 hits, including six for extra bases, to power them to a win in the series finale against Beloit. Bodi Rascon worked his way around two hits and four walks to allow just one run over four innings before Ryan Bergert threw three scoreless innings to get the win. The TinCaps jumped all over Beloit early, scoring five runs in the first inning. Eight hitters came to the plate, and Fort Wayne produced a pair of extra-base hits, including a Cole Cummings triple. That gave Fort Wayne plenty of cushion, and they cruised to a comfortable win.

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Lake Elsinore Storm (Lost 6-5 to San Jose) (19-14 on the season)

Kobe Robinson: 3.1 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 5 K (59 pitches, 43 strikes)

Austin Krob: 4 IP, 2 H, 3 R (1 ER), 2 BB, 4 K (69 pitches, 40 strikes)

Victor Duarte: (2-for-4), RBI, R, K

Samuel Zavala: (1-for-5), RBI, R

It was an ugly game in Lake Elsinore, one that neither team deserved to win. Both sides made two errors, and seven of the 11 runs that occurred in the game were unearned. Lake Elsinore had just four hits in the game, but they still managed to score five runs thanks to San Jose’s mistakes. Kobe Robinson and Austin Krob combined for 7.1 great innings, as they surrendered just one earned run. However, Lake Elsinore’s struggles on offense and in the field meant that the game was still tied. The Storm scored two runs in the top of the tenth, but San Jose responded with three off Carter Loewe to walk it off.


Monday’s Probables:

All four teams will be off on Monday.

They’ll start their next series on Tuesday.

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