The Farm Report: 7/19/12

Trenton beat Reading 1-0:
The Thunder and the Phillies played five innings of scoreless baseball before Trenton finally broke through.  A solo homer by Neil Medchill gave the Thunder the only run they would need  with one out in the sixth.   They had a chancee to score more, as Jose Pirela walked and Addison Maruszak singled, but David Adams ended the threat by hittting into an inning ending double play.  Maruszak was the only Thunder player to get more than one hit, going 2-44.  Pirela, Adams and Medchill each had one hit, with Medchill’s homer being the difference maker.  Shaeffer Hall went seven innings and held the Phillies scoreless.  He gave up seven hits and one walk, striking out five.

Tampa lost to Bradenton 4-3:
Mason Williams started the game with a double to right.  Adonis Garcia singled him in and the Yankees had an early 1-0 lead.  Bradenton responded with two runs in the bottom of the first.  With two outs in the fifth, Williams singled to center and stole second.  …

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Game 92-Bringing the lumber to Oakland

No, not that AJ. This one's chubbier and doesn't throw as hard

I never quite know what to make of Oakland A’s pitchers. So many of them put up big numbers on an annual basis that its easy to think Billy Beane is...

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Gardner To Undergo Arthroscopic Surgery

According to the Yankees’ PR, Brett Gardner will undergo surgery on his right elbow next week. The left fielder only played in 9 games this season, and has been on the shelf since mid April. It took three setbacks for the doctors to decide on the surgery for his elbow, and...

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Two Secret September Weapons Stashed Away At Triple-A

The Yankee bench has been incredibly productive this year. We’ve all seen Andruw Jones, Eric Chavez, and Raul Ibanez hit as well or better than anyone could have expected of them. Nix, Wise, and Stewart haven’t been as good, but no one is complaining as long as the Yankees are in first place. During the...

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