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Daily Farm Report - 8/24/13

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A daily recap of the minor league players in the Cardinals' farm system.

Matt Carpenter hits a single off Julio Teheran in Saturday's contest against the Braves
Matt Carpenter hits a single off Julio Teheran in Saturday's contest against the Braves
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On the second to last Saturday night on the minor league season in the best system in baseball it went an even 3-3 W-L overall excluding the two lowest short-season clubs. Memphis didn't have enough to steam to pull off a comeback in a loss against Iowa. Jonathan Cornelius delivered a terrific start leading way for Springfield over Tulsa to open the three-game set. Palm Beach won a tight one with Sam Gaviglio appearing in the DFR for the first time in awhile. Peoria was shutout on consecutive nights. State College blanked Auburn behind a awesome outing by Jimmy Reed. Steve Bean had three hits in a Johnson City loss.

Memphis 5, Iowa 8

  • Mike O'Neill with his usual day at the office reaching base three times via base on balls.
  • Greg Garcia has been scorching hot lately with a 3-4 night. Garcia hit a 2-run RBI double and two singles. He's now 13-for-his-last-31 that's a .419 average in his past 10 games. If the Cardinals need a middle infielder not on the 40 man roster when roster expand, Greg Garcia has been one of the hottest hitters in the organization this month and has defensive versatility and a very good bat as he showed last year at Springfield.
  • Chad Huffman was 2-4 with an RBI double and walk. One of many solid minor league free agent signings by the organization.
  • Ryan Jackson and Travis Tartamella both went 2-5 with RBI singles.
  • Nick Greenwood in 5 1/3 innings gave up four runs (three earned) on seven hits and walked two.
  • Deryk Hooker was hit around charged with four earned runs on three hits in 2/3 of an inning.
  • Jorge Rondon and Sam Freeman both had scoreless innings.

Springfield 4, Tulsa 1

  • James Ramsey had a 3-4 night with an RBI and run scored.
  • Stephen Piscotty was 3-4 with a 2-run RBI double increasing his average to .264. Piscotty also showcased some speed with a stolen base his sixth at Springfield.
  • Cody Stanley hit an RBI double his only hit at the plate.
  • Jonathan Cornelius was brilliant in seven innings he gave up one earned on three hits. The lefty walked two and struck out nine.
  • Jose Almarante pitched a scoreless 8th and Lee Stoppelman pitched a scoreless 9th to secure the win.

Palm Beach 2, Bradenton 1

  • Charlie Tilson in his Single-A debut was 2-4 with the what would be game-winning run scored.
  • David Popkins and Jacob Wilson smacked RBI doubles.
  • Sam Gaviglio in his first start for Palm Beach since late April pitched 5 2/3 gave up one run (not earned) on three hits, the sinker-baller walked one, struck out five, and induced twelve groundouts in a no-decision.
  • Dean Kiekhefer picked up his seventh save with a scoreless ninth.

Peoria 0, Cedar Rapids 1

  • Peoria on the second consecutive night was shut-out held to only four hits offensively.
  • Those four hits were all for singles by Brevyic Valera, Trevor Martin, Nick Martini, and Ildemaro Vargas.
  • Kyle Helisek tossed seven innings of one-run ball, he walked two and struck out seven.
  • Thomas Lee appeared in the final inning retiring all batters in order.

State College 7, Auburn 0

  • In the 8th inning the inning State College scored all seven of there runs in two runs came via wild pitch and the other was scored on a fielding error.
  • Mason Katz the former LSU Tigers hit a 2-run RBI double.
  • Michael Schulze was 2-4 with an RBI single.
  • Ronald Castillo in his lone at-bat hit an RBI single which was in a pinch-hit appearance.
  • Jimmy Reed pitched six scoreless with two hits, one walk and five strikeouts.
  • Victor De Leon fanned three in two scoreless.
  • Jacob Booden had the rare four strikeouts in one inning which was scoreless.

Johnson City 4, Burlington 5

  • Steven Bean was 3-4 with an RBI single and a double.
  • In the 3rd two of Johnson City's runs scored on a wild pitch and missed catch error by the Burlington first baseman. The last run came in the fourth on a passed ball that scored Steve Bean.
  • Dailyn Martinez pitched five innings he gave up four runs (two earned) on six hits, three walks and one strikeout.
  • Luis Perdomo allowed a solo home run in one inning pitched he was the losing pitcher in this game.
  • Nick Lomascolo struck out two in one scoreless inning and Zach Loraine was scoreless in the final inning.