Sunday’s Org Report and Former Chiefs Update

Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers blanked the Cardinals on Sunday 6-0. Kershaw tossed seven shutout innings while fanning 13 Cardinal batters as he garnered his ninth win of the year. Former Chief Yadier Molina legged a double on a one for three night. Former Chief Jason Motte tossed a scoreless inning of relief with a strikeout. Here is the Game Story.

Springfield was no match for San Antonio as they fell 7-2. Starlin Rodriguez was the only offense for Springfield as he went one for four with two RBI. Former Chief Kurt Heyer dropped his fifth game of the year after allowing five runs in six and two thirds innings despite only walking one and striking out seven batters.

Former Chief Tyrell Jenkins was fantastic in his start, tossing six shutout innings to propel Palm Beach to a 5-2 victory. Former Chief Bruce Caldwell, who has hit only two homers on the season to this day, matched his season total with two long-balls while producing three RBI in this one. Former Chief Charlie Tilson continues to be on a hot streak; he launched his fifth homer of the year.

Will Anderson tossed a gem for State College in their 5-0 shutout of Williamsport. Anderson tossed seven scoreless innings allowing only three hits and fanning 10 batters, which is a State College single-game record, while on his way to his first win of the year. Rowan Wick was two for four with a double and two RBI , but unfortunately no homers as he looks to break the State College season record. Former Chief Josh Lucas tossed a scoreless inning of relief. Read about the win in the Game Recap.

Johnson City resumed their suspended game from Saturday and spanked Kingsport 12-6 thanks to Oscar Mercado’s incredible hitting performance. Mercado went four for six with two doubles, a triple, three RBI, and two stolen bases. Check out the Recap.

Former Chief Ryan Flaherty made a pinch hit appearance in the ninth inning of Baltimore’s matchup with Tampa Bay and launched a three-run homer, unfortunately the Orioles lost 12-7. Former Chief Robinson Chirinos was perfect at the plate going three for three with his seventh homer of the year in the Rangers 3-2 loss.

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