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Pinstriped Performances: Sunday, June 17, 2018

On Father’s Day, the New York Yankees organization did not get the results they were looking for in the win-loss column. All five teams that were in action ended up losing and they combined to score a total of six runs. Despite the lack of wins, there was still a four-hit game in the organization. Check out who was that player and much more in today’s edition of Pinstriped Performances:

New York Yankees (MLB): The Yankees (46-21) had their three-game win streak come to an end in a 3-1 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays.

  • Aaron Hicks went 2-for-5 and hit a solo home run (8) in the bottom of the fifth.
  • Didi Gregorius was 2-for-3 at the plate with a walk and a triple.
  • C.C. Sabathia (4-2) gave the Yankees a long start, but he did not end up on the winning side. He went 7.2 innings, allowed three runs on ten hits, struck out ten, and walked one on 102 pitches (76 strikes).
  • Adam Warren gave up a hit and struck out a batter in the final 1.1 innings of the game.

Scranton Wilkes-Barre Railriders (Triple-A): The Railriders (33-35) had their three-game win streak snapped by the Syracuse Chiefs in a 4-2 loss.

Tyler Austin picked up his first RBI of the season with the Railriders when he hit an RBI double in the top of the sixth (Photo by Cheryl Pursell)
  • Wilkin Castillo went 4-for-4 with a pair of doubles.
  • Billy McKinney (1-for-3, walk) tied the game at one in the sixth with an RBI double (22).
  • Brandon Drury was 2-for-3 and had a pair of doubles in the loss and he is now hitting .360 in Triple-A.
  • Nestor Cortes Jr. threw the ball well in a no-decision. In five innings of work, he gave up a run on four hits, struck out six, and walked two on 84 pitches (55 strikes).
  • Brady Lail (4-4) took the loss out of the bullpen. In 1.2 innings, he gave up three runs on one hit (a home run) and walked three batters.
  • J.P. Feyereisen finished the game by striking out two batters in 1.1 hitless innings.

Trenton Thunder (Double-A): The Thunder (39-29) were held to six hits on offense in their 4-0 loss to the Erie SeaWolves.

Billy Fleming went 2-for-4 and had the lone multi-hit afternoon for the Thunder. He is hitting .312 on the season. (Martin Griff)
  • Mandy Alvarez (1-for-4) and Chris Gittens (1-for-2) each had a double and were the only two players to have an extra-base hit.
  • Mike King (1-1) went seven innings, gave up four runs (one earned) on eight hits and struck out five on 89 pitches (67 strikes) in the loss.
  • James Reeves struck out a batter and walked one in a scoreless eighth.
  • Caleb Frare gave up a hit and struck out two in the ninth inning. His ERA is down to 0.61.

Charleston Riverdogs (Single-A): The Riverdogs (33-35) ended the first half of their season with a 4-1 loss to the Greenville Drive.

Oswaldo Cabrera drove in the only run of the game for Charleston with a solo home run in the bottom of the sixth (3) (Photo by Martin Griff)
  • Welfrin Mateo had the lone multi-hit game at the plate for Charleston (2-for-3, double).
  • Deivi Garcia (0-1) took the loss in this game. He went five innings, gave up two runs on three hits, struck out seven, and walked one on 70 pitches (44 strikes).
  • Janson Junk finished up the game for the Riverdogs. In the final four innings, he gave up two runs on three hits, struck out three, and walked two.

Staten Island Yankees (Short-Season): The Staten Island Yankees (1-2) lost the rubber game of their three-game series against the Brooklyn Cyclones, 4-2.

Frederick Cuevas went 2-for-4 and had a double in Staten Island’s loss to Brooklyn on Sunday. (Robert M. Pimpsner/Pinstriped Prospects)
  • Canaan Smith (1-for-4) got Staten Island on the board in the bottom of the fourth with an RBI single (2).
  • Jesus Bastidas (1-for-4) drove in a run on a fielder’s choice in the fifth (1).
  • Roansy Contreras took the no-decision in his outing. In five innings of work, he gave up two runs on five hits, struck out seven, and walked two on 81 pitches (54 strikes).
  • Shawn Semple (0-1) came in after Contreras. He went three innings, gave up two runs on five hits, struck out five, and walked one in the loss.
  • Daniel Alvarez got out of a bases-loaded jam in the ninth and got two of the three batters he faced out via strikeout.