clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Rays DOTF 7/14: Montgomery makes noise on quiet day for minor league bats

New, 1 comment
Tampa Bay Rays Photo Day Photo by Elsa/Getty Images

Triple-A Durham Bulls (56-34)

The Bulls got back to work following the Triple-A all-star game, defeating the Norfolk Tide 2-1. Yonny Chirinos continued his standout performance in AAA with another strong outing, going 5 innings and allowing one run on five hits, one walk and striking out four. There wasn't much offense to be had, but the Bulls picked up two runs on a second inning Ryan Brett double and held the rest of the game. Willy Adames had the day off after participating in the all-star festivities.

Jake Bauers 0-for-1 3 BB

Kean Wong 3-for-4 2 2B CS

Jake Hager 2-for-4 R

Ryan Brett 1-for-3 2 2B 2 RBI

Double-A Montgomery Biscuits (48-43)

Montgomery slugged and pitched their way past the Jackson Generals in a 6-1 win. Grant Kay launched a solo home run in the third inning to extend the Biscuits' lead to 2-0. The Generals replied with a run, drawing the scoe to 2-1. In the eighth inning, Dalton Kelly doubled in another run, giving the Biscuits a bit more insurance. Nick Ciuffo raked a two run home run in the top of the ninth, and Nathan Lukes soon followed with a solo home run to pad the lead at 6-1. Genesis Cabrera continued his breakout season, tossing seven innings of one fun ball, despite allowing ten base runners (nine hits and one walk).

Genesis Cabrera 7 IP 9 H ER 6 K BB

Dalton Kelly 1-for-3 2B RBI SB

Nathan Lukes 2-for-5 HR RBI R

Nick Ciuffo 2-for-4 HR 2 RBI R K

Andrew Velasquez 1-for-3 R RBI BB 2 K 2 SB

Justin Williams 0-for-3 BB 2 K

Joe McCarthy 1-for-4 R BB

Advanced-A Port Charlotte Stone Crabs (39-46)

After getting rained out yesterday, the Crabs played a couple of seven inning shortened games today to make up for the lost game.

In the first game, the Crabs fell to the Fort Myers Miracle 4-3. In the third inning, Jake Cronenworth drove in two with a double and Brandon Lowe brought him home with a single. With a 3-1 lead in the soxth inning and two men on base, Drew Smith gave up the tying run on a double, and then the go-ahead run on an eunsuing single. The Crabs wouldn't recover, and lose 4-3.

In the second matchup, the Miracle got the best of Port Charlotte again, defeating them 5-3. The Miracle put together a five run fourth inning in part due to Kevin Padlo's throwing error. Brock Burke couldn't get out of that inning and the Crabs were down a substantial 5-0 early on. The Crabs would rebuttal in the fifth posting three runs including a two run double from Jake Cronenworth. But it wasn't enough to stave off defeat, losing 5-3.

First Game

Peter Maris 3-for-4 R

Brandon Lowe 1-for-3 RBI 2 K

Ryan Boldt 1-for-2 BB CS

Kevin Padlo 0-for-2 BB K

Jake Cronenworth 1-for-3 2B 2 RBI R 2 K

Second Game

Jake Cronenworth 1-for-4 2B 2 RBI K

Kevin Padlo 0-for-3 2 K

Ryan Boldt 2-for-3 2B R

Nathaniel Lowe 1-for-3 RBI R K

Class-A Bowling Green Hot Rods (44-44)

On a tough offensive day for the Hot Rods, the pithing stepped down and shined in a 2-1 victory over the Kane County Cougars. It was knotted at one in the sixth inning until Bobby Melley drove in Jonah Heim on a sacrifice fly. The bullpen, in a combined effort from Joe Serripica and Orlando Romero, struck out eight over the final four innings to secure the win.

Josh Lowe 0-for-5 4 K

Lucius Fox 2-for-4 2 2B K

Garret Whitley 0-for-3 BB K

Jonah Heim 1-for-4 2 R 2 K

Robbie Tenerowicz 2-for-4 2 2B 2 K

Michael Brosseau 2-for-4 2B K CS

Short-Season Class-A Hudson Valley Renegades (8-14)

The Renegades edged pit the West Virginia Black Bears 2-1. In a tight pitcher's duel, Vidal Brujan's go-ahead RBI triple in the sixth was enough to secure Hudson Valley the win. The Renegades move to 8-14 on the season, with Brendan McKay ready to join the team shortly.

Rookie-Level Princeton Rays (8-13)

Princeton was able to walk off the Danville Braves, 6-5. Each team jumped out for a couple early runs, tying at 2-2 after the second inning. The Braves pushed across three runs in the top of the eighth, taking a 5-2 lead. The Rays rallied for four runs in the bottom of the ninth, walking off on a failed double play. The win brings Princeton up to 8-13 on the season.

Rookie-Level Rays DSL 1 (10-25)

The Rays first DSL team fell at the hands of Oakland's DSL team 4-1. The Rays were sunk after allowing a pair of home runs, and the bats couldn't respond. The loss dropped the Rays to 10-25 on the season.

Rookie-Level Rays DSL 2 (19-16)

DSL Rays 2 fared better in their contest, taking down the DSL Indians/Brewers 7-3. Fueled by a 12 hit attack, the Rays were able to put up 7 runs. Paired with Edisson Gonzalez strong start (4 IP H 0 ER 8 K 0 BB), it was a good win for the Rays. This victory puts them at 19-16 on the season.

Rookie-Level GCL Rays (6-10)

The Gulf Coast Rays bested the Gulf Coast Red Sox 5-0. Starter Wilson Garcia provided five shut out innings while Carlos Vargas contributed three hits and RBI in the win.

CLICK HERE FOR ALL BOX SCORES