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MiLB Roundup: Jack Snodgrass earns 12th win; Patrick Brady, Adam Duvall slug HRs


See below for a roundup of highlights from Kentucky high school and college alumni as well as the state’s three Minor League Baseball teams in the Sunday BluGrass Baseball MiLB roundup. You can see all the Kentucky MiLB players here

 

The Bowling Green Hot Rods scored seven runs in the eighth inning en route to a 9-4 win versus Lake County. Hot Rods first baseman Ryan Dunn was 2 for 3 with one double, one RBI, two runs scored and one walk, and catcher Justin O’Conner was 2 for 5 with one double and one run scored. Left-handed reliever Matthew Spann was credited with his fourth win of the season after surrendering one run on four hits in three and one-third innings. (Box Score)

 

The Louisville Bats earned their 13th shutout of the season in a 3-0 win versus Indianapolis. Bats right fielder Denis Phipps was 2 for 3 with one double, and third baseman Mike Costanzo drove in all three of the team’s runs. Right-handed starter Pedro Villarreal earned his fourth win of the season after surrendering two hits in six shutout innings while striking out eight batters and walking none. Right-handed reliever Jose Diaz worked a scoreless ninth inning for his 13th save. (Box Score)

 

In the completion of a game suspended by rain Saturday, the Lexington Legends could not finish a ninth-inning comeback in a 4-3 loss to West Virginia. Legends catcher Chad Johnson was 2 for 4 with two doubles and one run scored, and center fielder Terrance Gore was 2 for 4 with one run scored. Right-handed reliever Zeb Sneed was charged with a loss after surrendering three runs on four hits in three innings. (Box Score)

 

In game two of the Sunday, doubleheader the Legends were shutout for the 11th time this season in a 1-0 loss to West Virginia. Legends shortstop Raul Mondesi was 2 for 3. Right-handed starter Miguel Almonte was charged with his ninth loss after surrendering one run on three hits in six innings while striking out eight batters and walking none. (Box Score)

 

Former Bowling Green High School left-handed pitcher Jack Snodgrass earned his 12th win of the season after surrendering two runs on six hits in eight innings while striking out six batters and walking one in a start for AA Richmond.

 

Former Henry Clay High School and Bellarmine infielder Patrick Brady was 2 for 4 with one home run, two RBI and two runs scored for high A High Desert. Brady’s home run was his 12th of the season.

 

Adam Duvall. (File photo by Jon Hale)

Adam Duvall. (File photo by Jon Hale)

Former Butler High School and UofL infielder Adam Duvall slugged his 17th home run of the season for AA Richmond.

 

Former Trinity High School infielder Tyler Kuhn was 2 for 3 with one double and one run scored for AA Tulsa.

 

Former UofL infielder Chris Dominguez was 2 for 4 with one double and one RBI for AAA Fresno.

 

Former Henry Clay High School, Morehead State and UK outfielder Cameron Flynn was promoted to high A Jupiter, where he was 1 for 4 with one double in his debut.

 

Former UK outfielder Sawyer Carroll was 2 for 4 for AA Mobile.

 

Former Saint Xavier High School and UofL right-handed pitcher Justin Amlung earned his second save of the season after surrendering one run on five hits in three innings for low A Kane County.

 

Former UofL right-handed pitcher Tony Zych earned his third save of the season with a scoreless inning for AA Tennessee.

 

Former Marshall County High School and WKU right-handed pitcher Andrew Edwards earned his ninth save of the season and first for high A Wilmington with a scoreless inning of relief.

 

Former WKU right-handed pitcher Craig Stem was credited with his third win of the season after surrendering one hit in one scoreless inning of relief for high A Rancho Cucamonga.

 

Former UofL left-handed pitcher Zach Jackson was promoted to AAA Omaha, where he pitched a scoreless inning of relief in his first appearance for the Storm Chasers since June.

 

Former North Hardin High School right-handed pitcher Nate Adcock was credited with his eighth win of the season after surrendering five runs on seven hits in five innings while striking out five batters and walking three in a start for AAA Reno.

 


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