Game 67 + Minors Rewind: Hey, How ‘Bout That Offense in the Minors!

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== Moving right along; nothing to see here …. ==

So how about that great offense in the minors!

Oh, yes, Felix pitched awesomely, and the MLB offense ….

Um … moving on.

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Daily Prospect-palooza

  • Mariners affiliates scoreboard here.

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  • Yes, there was another Blash Splash — No. 15 for Jabari Blash.  And he stole a base.
  • Chris Taylor tripled, his 6th (!), and also walked.
  • Jackson swept a double-header, with Jack Marder — who’s been quietly having a good year — providing a key homer in the first game.
  • Then in the second game, the Generals pulled away to a 6-0 rout.  This time it was Patrick Kivlehan and Ji-Man Choi going deep.
  • Ketel Marte had two more hits and got his 17th steal.
  • And pitching: Victor Sanchez: 7.0 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 3 BB, 8 K.
  • Then High Desert: D.J. Peterson with his 15th — to keep pace with Blash.  Plus, Jabari Henry with his 14th.
  • And Clinton: Austin Wilson with his 10th.  Plus two doubles from Jack Reinheimer.

Yes, pretty much all of the top hitting prospects homered on the same night: Blash, Peterson, Wilson, Choi, Henry and Kivlehan.  Wow.

  • Not only that, but it was the season debut of the Everett AquaSox.  A weird starting line for Rigoberto Garcia, who gave up zero hits, but 8 [!] BB and 4 K.  But Leoncio Munoz, one of our sleeper favorites, was effective in relief, getting 5 K in 3.2 IP (1 ER).  And Dylan DeMeyer got the win by going the final 2.1 IP unscored upon.
  • Phillips Castillo, trying at 20 to grab the promise he never delivered as a teen, had a double and a walk.
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