After all the farm clubs lost every game last night not including Rookie Ball except Johnson City the system tonight goes 3-3 W-L overall on the night with the postponement and cancellation of both of Palm Beach's games.
Memphis 1, Oklahoma City 4 (Game one)-(seven innings)
- Former Nationals top prospect Brad Peacock who was involved in the Gio Gonzalez deal couple years back to the Athletics dominated the Memphis offense almost going the distance in a seven inning game one out away before he got pulled.
- Kolten Wong was 2-3 with a double, triple, and lone run scored.
- Chad Huffman hit an RBI single his 38th on the 2013 campaign.
- Nick Addition had six quality innings he yielded two runs on five hits walked no one and struck out nine.
Memphis 5, Oklahoma City 1 (Game two)-(seven innings)
- Jamie Romak had two doubles, walk, and two runs scored.
- Adron Chambers was hitless but had an RBI by reaching on a throwing putting pressure on opposition's defense with that speed down the line. Can't forget about this kid's athleticism and what he has showcased down the stretch the past two Septembers when rosters expanded.
- Thomas Pham was 1-2 with an RBI double.
- Greg Garcia had a 2-run RBI single his batting average is still below the .250 mark.
- Jermaine Curtis was 2-3 with an RBI double.
- Tyler Lyons was stellar in six solid innings he gave up one earned on six hits. He struck out six and walked two. Since being sent down Lyons has 1.60 ERA, 33 K's, 7 BB's in five starts.
- Keith Butler pitched a clean frame in his first outing at Memphis in over a month and half.
- James Ramsey had a nice night at the plate he was 3-4 with a double, solo homer, and walk.
- Ruben Gotay and Chris Swauger both had 2-5 nights.
- Cody Stanley was 2-3 with a double and walk.
- Adam Melker had three hits one a 2-run shot which was his 8th on the season.
- Jonathan Cornelius was roughed up in four innings he allowed seven earned on nine hits.
- Heath Wyatt ate three scoreless innings gave up five hits but fanned three.
Palm Beach was supposed to have a double-header yesterday. That didn't happen as the first game was postponed that should be made up tomorrow apart of double-header while the second game was completely cancelled.
- Charlie Tilson was 3-4 with two RBI's as Nick Martini was 2-4 with two RBI's as well.
- Jordan Walton and Breyvic Valera both had RBI singles.
- Jeremy Schaffer launched a solo shot his 7th homer of the season.
- Chris Perry in his Midwest League debut pitched seven strong innings he gave up three earned on five hits. Perry struck out six and walked one on ninety three total pitches thrown.
- Ronald Castillo collecting two hits the big bodied OF is now batting .365 on the season.
- Carson Kelly was 3-4 with an RBI double. Kelly is showing signs of catching flames as he's 8-for-his-last-14 with two doubles and two RBI's.
- Mason Katz was 2-4 with a go-ahead 2-run shot in the sixth inning that would be his second pro career homer.
- Juan Bautista pitched six quality innings he gave up two earned on three hits. He struck out six and walked four while inducing nine groundouts.
- Mitch Harris and Jeff Rauh both struck out two in scoreless innings of relief work.
- Luis Perez hit solo homer his 2nd of the season.
- Kenneth Peoples-Walls was 2-4 with a solo homer and walk.
- Kyle Grieshaber was 2-4 with two runs and an RBI.
- Steve Bean in his second game back from a long absence doubled in three at bats. Nice to finally see him back behind the plate again as he DH'd last night.
- J.J Altobelli was 3-4 with an RBI triple.
- Devante Lacy was 1-4 with a 2-run RBI single.
- Will Anderson lasted four innings he gave up three earned on six hits and struck out five.
- Zach Loraine punched out five in two scoreless innings. To start his pro career Loraine has now struck out 21 in 15 innings pitched not to bad for a kid who just started to pitch nearly a year ago.