Friday, April 4, 2014

Padres Minor League Chronicles: April 4, 2014

Tonight was a busy evening down on the farm for the Padres of the future. The big league Padres struggled in Miami, but it wasn't all bad for the Padres system. Let's dive in.

Fort Wayne 5, Great Lakes 2: Fort Wayne bounced back after being shutout last night. A couple of Padres draft picks from 2013 had big games. Josh VanMeter went 3-4, with a pair of doubles. Dustin Peterson was a homer short of the cycle, with a pair of RBI's. Matthew Chabot got the win in relief, striking out 5 guys in 1.2 innings of work. 

Lake Elsinore 6, Lancaster 1: Alberth Martinez led off the game with a bomb, and Luis Domoromo added a solo shot in the 2nd inning. Hunter Renfroe introduced himself to the California League, going to 2-4, with a homer and 3 RBI's. Zack Eflin pitched 6 innings, allowing just 2 hits and a run. 

Springfield 1, San Antonio 0: Rough night for the Missions, as they had only 4 hits, and just one extra base hit -- a double by Jace Peterson. Josh Geer took the loss, but he only allowed a run in four innings. Austin Hedges and Rymer Liriano each went 0-4. 

Reno 2, El Paso 0: The bats were silent in Reno, where it snowed earlier in the day. Alberto Gonzalez had a two-hit game, and well, that's about it on the offensive end. Keyvius Sampson was the loser, but he allowed only 1 run in 4.1 innings. He struck out 3 batters, and issues two walks. 

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