Texas League North (Affiliate, Record, Last Week’s Record)

Northwest Arkansas Naturals (Kansas City Royals), 30-28 (3-3)

Arkansas Travelers (Los Angeles Angels), 28-29 (3-3)

Tulsa Drillers (Los Angeles Dodgers), 27-31 (2-4)

*Springfield Cardinals (St. Louis Cardinals), 26-31 (2-4)

Texas League South (Affiliate, First-Half Record)

Midland RockHounds (Oakland A’s), 37-21 (3-3)

San Antonio Missions (San Diego Padres), 31-27 (4-2)

*Corpus Christi Hooks (Houston Astros), 30-28 (5-1)

Frisco RoughRiders (Texas Rangers), 22-36 (2-4)

*First Half Champion

Leading Off, Corpus Christi Hooks

Thursday, August 18th: 4-0 W @ NW Arkansas

A fantastic week started with a shutout in Springdale. Emerging prospect Ramon Laureano was moved from leadoff to third in the batting order and responded with his fifth home run. Cy Sneedstarted and went seven strong. He allowed no runs on four hits, struck out five and picked up his fifth win and first of two on the week. Reliever Kevin Comer struck out five Naturals in two scoreless relief innings.

Friday, August 19th: 4-3 W @ Arkansas

Left fielder Bobby Body went 2-for-4 with a double, walk and stolen base (2). Laureano doubled his walk total and stole his fourth. Kyle Smith was perfect in two innings out of the Corpus bullpen and Jacob Dorris struck out a pair to pick up the save (2).

Saturday, August 20th: 2-4 L @ Arkansas

Laureano collected two hits, a walk and stole his fifth base. J.D. Davis picked up his 64th and 65th RBIs. Top prospect Francis Martes struck out seven in seven frames.

Sunday, August 21st: 1-0 W @ Arkansas

Catcher Garrett Stubbs also had a solid week among many Hooks teammates. He went 4-for-4 Sunday with his fourth homer. Laureano had two more hits. Starter Rogelio Armenterossparkled in his Double-A debut with seven shutout innings to earn the win.

Monday, August 22nd: Off

Tuesday, August 23rd: 7-2 W vs. Midland

Designated hitter Chase McDonald hit two out the park for numbers 15 and 16 of 2016 and had 4 RBIs. Laureano went 2-for-3 with a walk and his third stolen base of the week (6). Starter Kent Emanuel went six.1 innings, allowing one earned run and striking out five en route to his fifth win.

Wednesday, August 24th: 4-1 W @ Midland

Stubbs was perfect again, this time 3-for-3 with a walk and his fourth stolen base. Laureano went 3-for-4 with an RBI. Sneed picked up his second win of the week with 6.2 innings of one-run, no walk work.

Batting Second, San Antonio Missions

Thursday, August 18th: 3-0 W @ Arkansas

First baseman Taylor Lindsay drove in two on his eighth home run. Seth Simmons allowed just just two hits and punched out nine Travelers in seven innings of pure domination.

Friday, August 19th: 5-4 W @ NW Arkansas

Power-hitting Gabriel Quintana launched two homers (18, 19). Right fielder Nick Schulz hit a three-run home run (9). Kyle McGrath contributed two scoreless for his eighth hold of the year.

Saturday, August 20th: 2-5 L @ NW Arkansas

Quintana drove in two while starter Dinelson Lamet struck out seven in 5.1 innings.

Sunday, August 21st: 0-2 L @ NW Arkansas

Luis Tejada stole his third base, Josh VanMeter stole his second. Kyle Lloyd pitched six scoreless.

Monday, August 22nd: Off

Tuesday, August 23rd: 6-0 W vs. Frisco

A big day for Quintana. He went 3-for-3 with his 20th home run of the season, also driving in six to drive his RBI total up to 72. His 20 home runs ties him for fourth in the Texas League. VanMeter also had three hits. Daniel McCutchen  was very strong in a return to Double-A, delivering seven innings of two-hit baseball.

Wednesday, August 24th: 4-3 W vs. Frisco (10)

Trea Santos went 3-for-4 with his second home run at level and also drove in three runs while doubling for his other two hits. Simmons had another good start (6 innings, three hits, one run, five strikeouts).

In the Hole, Midland RockHounds

Thursday, August 18th: 6-8 L vs. Tulsa

Oakland’s top prospect Franklin Barreto continues to hit very well in Double-A, at just 20 years old. He started this week with a 2-for-4 game, registering his 27th stolen base which is third in the Texas League. He also drove in two. Left fielder James Harris went 3-for-4 and picked up his first two Double-A RBIs. Reliever Corey Walter struck out three in three innings where he allowed just one baserunner.

Friday, August 19th: 9-3 W vs. Springfield

Third baseman Yairo Munoz reached base four times, including his sixth home run. He came around to score three runs. Brett Vertigan went 3-for-5 with four RBIs. Starter Daniel Gossettpitched six great innings, allowing one run and one walk with seven strikeouts, to register win number five.

Saturday, August 20th: 11-3 W vs. Springfield

Right fielder Joe Bennie hit his first two home runs at Double-A. He also drove in four runs for his fifth and sixth RBIs at this level. J.P. Sportman had a pair of hits and an RBI. Brandon Mannallowed a run in six innings for his second win, before giving way to Sam Bragg who was untouched in two innings.

Sunday, August 21st: 4-3 W vs. Springfield (13)

Barreto stole his 28th base and had three hits with catcher Beau Taylor driving in a pair.Viosergy Rosa had three hits and stole his first base of the year. Reliever Lou Trivino fired two scoreless.

Monday, August 22nd: Off

Tuesday, August 23rd: 2-7 L @ Corpus Christi

Barreto led off the game with his 10th home run of the season.

Wednesday, August 24th: 1-4 L @ Corpus Christi

Munoz hit his second home run of the week and seventh overall. Vertigan was 2-for-4 with a double. Bragg was strong in relief again, striking out two of his three batters.

Batting Cleanup, Northwest Arkansas Naturals

Thursday, August 18th: 0-4 L vs. Corpus Christi

All-Star third baseman Mauricio Ramos had two hits and starter Erik Skoglund struck out five in a six inning quality start.

Friday, August 19th: 4-5 L vs. San Antonio

The electric Terrance Gore walked twice and had three stolen bases, including stealing third twice. He now has 40 stolen bases on the season, eleven more than the next player. Jack Lopez also stole third base (9) and walked twice. Catcher Zane Evans hit his fourth home run and reliever Eric Stout punched out four batters in two spotless innings.

Saturday, August 20th: 5-2 W vs. San Antonio

Second Baseman Corey Toups went 3-for-4 with his eighth home run. Logan Moon stole his fourth base. Starting pitcher Yender Caramo shined bright for the Nats. He pitched eight innings and allowed just three hits, struck out five and no runs on his way to win number four.

Sunday, August 21st: 2-0 W vs. San Antonio

Toups and Frank Schwindel had a pair of hits. Evan Beal struck out four and did not allow a baserunner in two innings. Mark Peterson earned his ninth save.

Monday, August 22nd: Off

Tuesday, August 23rd: 5-9 L @ Springfield

In his first Double-A game, Samir Duenez went 2-for-4 with two doubles and two RBIs. He’s 20 years old. Moon also went 2-for-4. Reid Redman pitched two scoreless in relief.

Wednesday, August 24th: 10-4 W @ Springfield

Duenez was just as good if not better in his second game, driving in three. Ramos had three hits and Schwindel scored three times. Reliever Aroni Nina pitched 2.1 scoreless to earn the win (3). Daniel Stump K’d two of four batters, all retired.

Hitting 5th, Arkansas Travelers

Thursday, August 18th: 0-3 L vs. San Antonio

Alex Blackford struck out nine batters and walked one. He allowed just four hits in six innings.

Friday, August 19th: 3-4 L vs. Corpus Christi

Third baseman Andrew Daniel reached base all four times (two hits, two walks).

Saturday, August 20th: 4-2 W vs. Corpus Christi

Shortstop David Fletcher went 3-for-4 and first baseman Alex Yarbrough drove in a pair. Eric Alonzo earned the win in relief with 2.1 scoreless innings, with Eduardo Paredes going six up, six down for his fifth save.

Sunday, August 21st: 0-1 L vs. Corpus Christi

Sean Coyle stole his fifth base. Victor Alcantara and Kevin Grendell had two scoreless innings each.

Monday, August 22nd: Off

Tuesday, August 23rd: 2-0 W @ Tulsa

Bo Way had two hits, Jabari Henry had two RBIs and All-Star pitcher Jordan Kipper got his 12th win, with seven shutout innings. He allowed four hits and did not walk a batter. Paredes picked up his second save (6) in three days, with two strikeouts.

Wednesday, August 24th: 8-4 W @ Tulsa

Adjusting smoothly to first base, Yarbrough went 3-for-5 with a pair of doubles and an RBI.Anthony Phillips was 3-for-4 and Way stole his 19th base, which is sixth in the league. Coyle hit his third home run. Grendell and D.J. Johnson each fired two scoreless.

Due Up 6th, Tulsa Drillers

Thursday, August 18th: 8-6 W @ Midland

Willie Calhoun is finishing up his breakout year in style. The All-Star second baseman hit his 26th home run (second in the Texas League) and drove in his 81st, 82nd and 83rd RBIs, (also second). Alex Verdugo collected three hits. Chase De Jong picked up his league-leading 13th win, with seven innings of one-run ball. He struck out four.

Friday, August 19th: 0-9 L @ Frisco

Cody Bellinger had two hits and Trent Thornton struck out five in six scoreless to pick up his second win.

Saturday, August 20th: 7-5 W @ Frisco

Lars Anderson hit his seventh home run and Calhoun hit his 27th and drove in three. Left fielderKyle Garlick had three hits to raise his batting average to .289.

Sunday, August 21st: 3-4 L @ Frisco

Right fielder Joey Curletta had two hits and Joshua Sborz was strong in relief, retiring six in a row.

Monday, August 22nd: Off

Tuesday, August 23rd: 0-2 L vs. Arkansas

Scott Barlow gave the Drillers a good start in seven innings of work. He allowed four hits, struck out four and did not give up a run.

Wednesday, August 24th: 4-8 L vs. Arkansas

Curletta hit a two-run homer (4) and Garlick hit his eighth. Kyle Farmer started the game at catcher and ended at third base. He went 2-for-3 with a walk. Daniel Corcino and Dan Johnsonboth pitched two scoreless innings.

7th, Springfield Cardinals

Thursday, August 18th: 6-2 W @ Frisco

All-Star Luke Voit went 2-for-3 with a walk. He drove in three, to drive his total up to 66 on the season. He’s tied with teammate Paul DeJong for fifth in the league. Second baseman Allen Staton had three hits and Vaughn Bryan had two. Bryan has great speed and stole his first two bases at Double-A. Johnny Walter went 6.1 innings, giving up two runs on four hits. Josh Lucasstruck out two of his five outs for his 15th save.

Friday, August 19th: 3-9 L @ Midland

Staton had his second consecutive three-hit game. Shortstop/Third Baseman Bruce Caldwellwent 3-for-4 with two RBIs. Reliever Robby Rowland didn’t allow a run in 2.1 innings.

Saturday, August 20th: 3-11 L @ Midland

Designated hitter Jonathan Rodriguez went 2-for-3 with a walk. He also pitched in this one. It didn’t go that smoothly, but that’s why he’s reaching base three times at the other end. Daniel Poncedeleon started and went six innings, allowing two runs and striking out more batters (5) than hits allowed (4).

Sunday, August 21st: 3-4 L @ Midland (13)

A big day for catcher Jesse Jenner. He went 4-for-6 with a couple of doubles. Caldwell had a pair of hits and an RBI.

Monday, August 22nd: Off

Tuesday, August 23rd: 9-5 W vs. NW Arkansas

Another three-hit game for Allen Staton. He also walked in his fourth at-bat. Third basemanJacob Wilson hit his fifth and sixth homers and had four RBIs. Caldwell, Voit and DeJong all had homers as well. Matt Pearce picked up his first Double-A win in style. He struck out 11 in eight brilliant innings. He allowed four hits and two runs. He did not walk a batter to go with those 11 strikeouts.

Wednesday, August 24th: 4-10 L vs. NW Arkansas

Catcher Luis Cruz had three hits, three RBIs and registered his first triple of the year. He’s up to .270 in 2016. Rehabbing starter Lance Lynn pitched three scoreless, allowing three hits with three strikeouts.

And 8th, Frisco RoughRiders

Thursday, August 18th: 2-6 L vs. Springfield

Red hot Eduard Pinto had two walks and drove in a run. Alberto Truinfel had two hits and also drove in a run. Ariel Jurado punched out six in five innings.

Friday, August 19th: 9-0 W vs. Tulsa

Catcher Kellin Deglan launched a grand slam for his ninth homer of the year, on a big day where he drove in six. Andy Ibanez started his first Double-A game at third base and scored twice. Joe Filomeno worked a clean four out save (3), striking out three.

Saturday, August 20th: 5-7 L vs. Tulsa

Shortstop Luis Marte went 2-for-4 with three RBI and his fourth stolen base of the year. Edwin Garcia was 3-for-4. Jefri Hernandez went six up six down including two strikeouts.

Sunday, August 21st: 4-3 W vs. Tulsa

Designated hitter Ibanez hit his sixth home run. Pinto stole his first base at Double-A. StarterJack Snodgrass was great again, earning his third win in three starts. He allowed just two hits and a run in six innings. Filomeno picked up save number four.

Texas League North (Affiliate, Record, Last Week’s Record)

Northwest Arkansas Naturals (Kansas City Royals), 30-28 (3-3)

Arkansas Travelers (Los Angeles Angels), 28-29 (3-3)

Tulsa Drillers (Los Angeles Dodgers), 27-31 (2-4)

*Springfield Cardinals (St. Louis Cardinals), 26-31 (2-4)

Texas League South (Affiliate, First-Half Record)

Midland RockHounds (Oakland A’s), 37-21 (3-3)

San Antonio Missions (San Diego Padres), 31-27 (4-2)

*Corpus Christi Hooks (Houston Astros), 30-28 (5-1)

Frisco RoughRiders (Texas Rangers), 22-36 (2-4)

*First Half Champion

Leading Off, Corpus Christi Hooks

Thursday, August 18th: 4-0 W @ NW Arkansas

A fantastic week started with a shutout in Springdale. Emerging prospect Ramon Laureano was moved from leadoff to third in the batting order and responded with his fifth home run. Cy Sneedstarted and went seven strong. He allowed no runs on four hits, struck out five and picked up his fifth win and first of two on the week. Reliever Kevin Comer struck out five Naturals in two scoreless relief innings.

Friday, August 19th: 4-3 W @ Arkansas

Left fielder Bobby Body went 2-for-4 with a double, walk and stolen base (2). Laureano doubled his walk total and stole his fourth. Kyle Smith was perfect in two innings out of the Corpus bullpen and Jacob Dorris struck out a pair to pick up the save (2).

Saturday, August 20th: 2-4 L @ Arkansas

Laureano collected two hits, a walk and stole his fifth base. J.D. Davis picked up his 64th and 65th RBIs. Top prospect Francis Martes struck out seven in seven frames.

Sunday, August 21st: 1-0 W @ Arkansas

Catcher Garrett Stubbs also had a solid week among many Hooks teammates. He went 4-for-4 Sunday with his fourth homer. Laureano had two more hits. Starter Rogelio Armenterossparkled in his Double-A debut with seven shutout innings to earn the win.

Monday, August 22nd: Off

Tuesday, August 23rd: 7-2 W vs. Midland

Designated hitter Chase McDonald hit two out the park for numbers 15 and 16 of 2016 and had 4 RBIs. Laureano went 2-for-3 with a walk and his third stolen base of the week (6). Starter Kent Emanuel went six.1 innings, allowing one earned run and striking out five en route to his fifth win.

Wednesday, August 24th: 4-1 W @ Midland

Stubbs was perfect again, this time 3-for-3 with a walk and his fourth stolen base. Laureano went 3-for-4 with an RBI. Sneed picked up his second win of the week with 6.2 innings of one-run, no walk work.

Batting Second, San Antonio Missions

Thursday, August 18th: 3-0 W @ Arkansas

First baseman Taylor Lindsay drove in two on his eighth home run. Seth Simmons allowed just just two hits and punched out nine Travelers in seven innings of pure domination.

Friday, August 19th: 5-4 W @ NW Arkansas

Power-hitting Gabriel Quintana launched two homers (18, 19). Right fielder Nick Schulz hit a three-run home run (9). Kyle McGrath contributed two scoreless for his eighth hold of the year.

Saturday, August 20th: 2-5 L @ NW Arkansas

Quintana drove in two while starter Dinelson Lamet struck out seven in 5.1 innings.

Sunday, August 21st: 0-2 L @ NW Arkansas

Luis Tejada stole his third base, Josh VanMeter stole his second. Kyle Lloyd pitched six scoreless.

Monday, August 22nd: Off

Tuesday, August 23rd: 6-0 W vs. Frisco

A big day for Quintana. He went 3-for-3 with his 20th home run of the season, also driving in six to drive his RBI total up to 72. His 20 home runs ties him for fourth in the Texas League. VanMeter also had three hits. Daniel McCutchen  was very strong in a return to Double-A, delivering seven innings of two-hit baseball.

Wednesday, August 24th: 4-3 W vs. Frisco (10)

Trea Santos went 3-for-4 with his second home run at level and also drove in three runs while doubling for his other two hits. Simmons had another good start (6 innings, three hits, one run, five strikeouts).

In the Hole, Midland RockHounds

Thursday, August 18th: 6-8 L vs. Tulsa

Oakland’s top prospect Franklin Barreto continues to hit very well in Double-A, at just 20 years old. He started this week with a 2-for-4 game, registering his 27th stolen base which is third in the Texas League. He also drove in two. Left fielder James Harris went 3-for-4 and picked up his first two Double-A RBIs. Reliever Corey Walter struck out three in three innings where he allowed just one baserunner.

Friday, August 19th: 9-3 W vs. Springfield

Third baseman Yairo Munoz reached base four times, including his sixth home run. He came around to score three runs. Brett Vertigan went 3-for-5 with four RBIs. Starter Daniel Gossettpitched six great innings, allowing one run and one walk with seven strikeouts, to register win number five.

Saturday, August 20th: 11-3 W vs. Springfield

Right fielder Joe Bennie hit his first two home runs at Double-A. He also drove in four runs for his fifth and sixth RBIs at this level. J.P. Sportman had a pair of hits and an RBI. Brandon Mannallowed a run in six innings for his second win, before giving way to Sam Bragg who was untouched in two innings.

Sunday, August 21st: 4-3 W vs. Springfield (13)

Barreto stole his 28th base and had three hits with catcher Beau Taylor driving in a pair.Viosergy Rosa had three hits and stole his first base of the year. Reliever Lou Trivino fired two scoreless.

Monday, August 22nd: Off

Tuesday, August 23rd: 2-7 L @ Corpus Christi

Barreto led off the game with his 10th home run of the season.

Wednesday, August 24th: 1-4 L @ Corpus Christi

Munoz hit his second home run of the week and seventh overall. Vertigan was 2-for-4 with a double. Bragg was strong in relief again, striking out two of his three batters.

Batting Cleanup, Northwest Arkansas Naturals

Thursday, August 18th: 0-4 L vs. Corpus Christi

All-Star third baseman Mauricio Ramos had two hits and starter Erik Skoglund struck out five in a six inning quality start.

Friday, August 19th: 4-5 L vs. San Antonio

The electric Terrance Gore walked twice and had three stolen bases, including stealing third twice. He now has 40 stolen bases on the season, eleven more than the next player. Jack Lopez also stole third base (9) and walked twice. Catcher Zane Evans hit his fourth home run and reliever Eric Stout punched out four batters in two spotless innings.

Saturday, August 20th: 5-2 W vs. San Antonio

Second Baseman Corey Toups went 3-for-4 with his eighth home run. Logan Moon stole his fourth base. Starting pitcher Yender Caramo shined bright for the Nats. He pitched eight innings and allowed just three hits, struck out five and no runs on his way to win number four.

Sunday, August 21st: 2-0 W vs. San Antonio

Toups and Frank Schwindel had a pair of hits. Evan Beal struck out four and did not allow a baserunner in two innings. Mark Peterson earned his ninth save.

Monday, August 22nd: Off

Tuesday, August 23rd: 5-9 L @ Springfield

In his first Double-A game, Samir Duenez went 2-for-4 with two doubles and two RBIs. He’s 20 years old. Moon also went 2-for-4. Reid Redman pitched two scoreless in relief.

Wednesday, August 24th: 10-4 W @ Springfield

Duenez was just as good if not better in his second game, driving in three. Ramos had three hits and Schwindel scored three times. Reliever Aroni Nina pitched 2.1 scoreless to earn the win (3). Daniel Stump K’d two of four batters, all retired.

Hitting 5th, Arkansas Travelers

Thursday, August 18th: 0-3 L vs. San Antonio

Alex Blackford struck out nine batters and walked one. He allowed just four hits in six innings.

Friday, August 19th: 3-4 L vs. Corpus Christi

Third baseman Andrew Daniel reached base all four times (two hits, two walks).

Saturday, August 20th: 4-2 W vs. Corpus Christi

Shortstop David Fletcher went 3-for-4 and first baseman Alex Yarbrough drove in a pair. Eric Alonzo earned the win in relief with 2.1 scoreless innings, with Eduardo Paredes going six up, six down for his fifth save.

Sunday, August 21st: 0-1 L vs. Corpus Christi

Sean Coyle stole his fifth base. Victor Alcantara and Kevin Grendell had two scoreless innings each.

Monday, August 22nd: Off

Tuesday, August 23rd: 2-0 W @ Tulsa

Bo Way had two hits, Jabari Henry had two RBIs and All-Star pitcher Jordan Kipper got his 12th win, with seven shutout innings. He allowed four hits and did not walk a batter. Paredes picked up his second save (6) in three days, with two strikeouts.

Wednesday, August 24th: 8-4 W @ Tulsa

Adjusting smoothly to first base, Yarbrough went 3-for-5 with a pair of doubles and an RBI.Anthony Phillips was 3-for-4 and Way stole his 19th base, which is sixth in the league. Coyle hit his third home run. Grendell and D.J. Johnson each fired two scoreless.

Due Up 6th, Tulsa Drillers

Thursday, August 18th: 8-6 W @ Midland

Willie Calhoun is finishing up his breakout year in style. The All-Star second baseman hit his 26th home run (second in the Texas League) and drove in his 81st, 82nd and 83rd RBIs, (also second). Alex Verdugo collected three hits. Chase De Jong picked up his league-leading 13th win, with seven innings of one-run ball. He struck out four.

Friday, August 19th: 0-9 L @ Frisco

Cody Bellinger had two hits and Trent Thornton struck out five in six scoreless to pick up his second win.

Saturday, August 20th: 7-5 W @ Frisco

Lars Anderson hit his seventh home run and Calhoun hit his 27th and drove in three. Left fielderKyle Garlick had three hits to raise his batting average to .289.

Sunday, August 21st: 3-4 L @ Frisco

Right fielder Joey Curletta had two hits and Joshua Sborz was strong in relief, retiring six in a row.

Monday, August 22nd: Off

Tuesday, August 23rd: 0-2 L vs. Arkansas

Scott Barlow gave the Drillers a good start in seven innings of work. He allowed four hits, struck out four and did not give up a run.

Wednesday, August 24th: 4-8 L vs. Arkansas

Curletta hit a two-run homer (4) and Garlick hit his eighth. Kyle Farmer started the game at catcher and ended at third base. He went 2-for-3 with a walk. Daniel Corcino and Dan Johnsonboth pitched two scoreless innings.

7th, Springfield Cardinals

Thursday, August 18th: 6-2 W @ Frisco

All-Star Luke Voit went 2-for-3 with a walk. He drove in three, to drive his total up to 66 on the season. He’s tied with teammate Paul DeJong for fifth in the league. Second baseman Allen Staton had three hits and Vaughn Bryan had two. Bryan has great speed and stole his first two bases at Double-A. Johnny Walter went 6.1 innings, giving up two runs on four hits. Josh Lucasstruck out two of his five outs for his 15th save.

Friday, August 19th: 3-9 L @ Midland

Staton had his second consecutive three-hit game. Shortstop/Third Baseman Bruce Caldwellwent 3-for-4 with two RBIs. Reliever Robby Rowland didn’t allow a run in 2.1 innings.

Saturday, August 20th: 3-11 L @ Midland

Designated hitter Jonathan Rodriguez went 2-for-3 with a walk. He also pitched in this one. It didn’t go that smoothly, but that’s why he’s reaching base three times at the other end. Daniel Poncedeleon started and went six innings, allowing two runs and striking out more batters (5) than hits allowed (4).

Sunday, August 21st: 3-4 L @ Midland (13)

A big day for catcher Jesse Jenner. He went 4-for-6 with a couple of doubles. Caldwell had a pair of hits and an RBI.

Monday, August 22nd: Off

Tuesday, August 23rd: 9-5 W vs. NW Arkansas

Another three-hit game for Allen Staton. He also walked in his fourth at-bat. Third basemanJacob Wilson hit his fifth and sixth homers and had four RBIs. Caldwell, Voit and DeJong all had homers as well. Matt Pearce picked up his first Double-A win in style. He struck out 11 in eight brilliant innings. He allowed four hits and two runs. He did not walk a batter to go with those 11 strikeouts.

Wednesday, August 24th: 4-10 L vs. NW Arkansas

Catcher Luis Cruz had three hits, three RBIs and registered his first triple of the year. He’s up to .270 in 2016. Rehabbing starter Lance Lynn pitched three scoreless, allowing three hits with three strikeouts.

And 8th, Frisco RoughRiders

Thursday, August 18th: 2-6 L vs. Springfield

Red hot Eduard Pinto had two walks and drove in a run. Alberto Truinfel had two hits and also drove in a run. Ariel Jurado punched out six in five innings.

Friday, August 19th: 9-0 W vs. Tulsa

Catcher Kellin Deglan launched a grand slam for his ninth homer of the year, on a big day where he drove in six. Andy Ibanez started his first Double-A game at third base and scored twice. Joe Filomeno worked a clean four out save (3), striking out three.

Saturday, August 20th: 5-7 L vs. Tulsa

Shortstop Luis Marte went 2-for-4 with three RBI and his fourth stolen base of the year. Edwin Garcia was 3-for-4. Jefri Hernandez went six up six down including two strikeouts.

Sunday, August 21st: 4-3 W vs. Tulsa

Designated hitter Ibanez hit his sixth home run. Pinto stole his first base at Double-A. StarterJack Snodgrass was great again, earning his third win in three starts. He allowed just two hits and a run in six innings. Filomeno picked up save number four.

Monday, August 22nd: Off

Tuesday, August 23rd: 0-6 L @ San Antonio

The Riders bullpen was the bright spot on this night. Ryan Ledbetter threw two scoreless allowing a hit, striking out three. Frank Lopez struck out the side around a hit and a walk.

Wednesday, August 24th: 3-4 L @ San Antonio (10)

Left fielder Joe Jackson scored twice and launched his fifth home run. Ibanez moved back to second and put up a hit and two walks. Jurado relieved a rehabbing Colby Lewis and pitched very well. He went six innings, struck out six on four hits and allowed two runs.

Monday, August 22nd: Off

Tuesday, August 23rd: 0-6 L @ San Antonio

The Riders bullpen was the bright spot on this night. Ryan Ledbetter threw two scoreless allowing a hit, striking out three. Frank Lopez struck out the side around a hit and a walk.

Wednesday, August 24th: 3-4 L @ San Antonio (10)

Left fielder Joe Jackson scored twice and launched his fifth home run. Ibanez moved back to second and put up a hit and two walks. Jurado relieved a rehabbing Colby Lewis and pitched very well. He went six innings, struck out six on four hits and allowed two runs.

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