Last week, the Arizona Diamondbacks’ new-look prospect rankings from MLB Pipeline have been featured on this area.
Only a week later, that listing appears lots totally different, because of a collection of trades previous to last Wednesday’s trade deadline.
Arizona’s prime prospect, Jazz Chisholm, was despatched to Miami in change for right-hander Zac Gallen, who is now ranked fifth.
THANK YOU to all of the fans, teammates, employees, coaches, & the @Dbacks group. You embraced me from the very starting & allowed me to develop both on & off the sector. Ceaselessly grateful for the opportunity. Can’t await this subsequent journey to hitch the @Marlins & get to work. 🙏🏿 pic.twitter.com/hutKzKLvMM
— Jazz Chisholm Three (@j_chisholm3) August 1, 2019
The Diamondbacks additionally swung a cope with the Houston Astros, sending Zack Greinke away in change for four prospects. First baseman Seth Beer, acquired in that deal, is now ranked fourth on MLB Pipeline’s record, right-hander J.B. Bukauskas is 12th and right-hander Corbin Martin is 13th.
With Chisholm’s departure, Alek Thomas and Kristian Robinson now occupy the primary and second spots within the D-backs’ rankings — and both received promoted this week. Thomas, drafted 63rd general in 2018, is now with Excessive-A Visalia after ripping apart Midwest League pitching this season. Robinson, an 18-year-old from the Bahamas, is now with Kane County after beginning this season in Hillsboro.
Shifting on up!
⬆️ Alek Thomas has been promoted to @VisaliaRawhide.
⬆️ Kristian Robinson has been bumped as much as @KCCougars.
Thomas and Robinson are the #Dbacks’ prime two prospects. This is more on the dynamic duo: https://t.co/spsILIE55q pic.twitter.com/EkpdM4J1FW
— MLB Pipeline (@MLBPipeline) August Three, 2019
Thank you @krobbie_242 for the reminiscences. Not solely on the sector, but off it as nicely. Congratulations and best of luck with Kane County and past. #AllHoppedUp pic.twitter.com/AyU7KlGaJd
— Hillsboro Hops (@HillsboroHops) August Three, 2019
- 1 Reno Aces (Triple-A Pacific Coast League)
- 2 Jackson Generals (Double-A Southern League)
- 3 Visalia Rawhide (Excessive-A California League)
- 4 Kane County Cougars (Single-A Midwest League)
- 5 Hillsboro Hops (Brief-season-A Northwest League)
- 6 Missoula Osprey (Rookie Pioneer League)
- 7 D-backs (Rookie Arizona League)
- 8 D-backs1 (Dominican Summer time League)
- 9 D-backs2 (Dominican Summer time League)
Reno Aces (Triple-A Pacific Coast League)
For the week: 4-2
For the season: 52-60 (third place in Pacific Northern Division; 9.Zero video games behind Sacramento)
Juniel Querecuto, enjoying first base and batting ninth, paced a dominant Reno offensive performance by going Three-for-5 with two residence runs and five RBIs in a 13-7 win over the Iowa Cubs Tuesday. Andy Young and John Ryan Murphy also homered for the Aces. Right-hander Jon Duplantier started and obtained roughed up a bit, giving up seven hits and five runs over 4 innings, however Matt Koch worked 5 strong innings of aid to select up the win.
Joel Payamps, Mark Rzepczynski and Kevin Ginkel worked together on a one-hitter Thursday in a 3-1 win over Iowa. Payamps, a 25-year-old right-hander, went seven innings, permitting only a solo house run before handing issues off to the bullpen. Alberto Rosario was the difference-maker offensively. The catcher had a two-run single in the backside of the eighth that scored Blake Swihart and Jamie Westbrook and broke a 1-1 tie.
📜At present’s Stat of The Day introduced by @EideBaillyLLP 📜 pic.twitter.com/O9b5eICEPG
— Reno Aces (@Aces) August 2, 2019
The Aces went nutty Friday night time, banging out 23 hits, including four house runs, in a 23-Eight cakewalk over Omaha. Westbrook, a Gilbert native, homered twice and drove in 5 runs. The long balls have been the first for Westbrook on the Triple-A degree this season. Joshua Rojas, making his Aces debut after being acquired in the Zack Greinke cope with Houston on Wednesday, went 4-for-6 with three RBIs. Domingo Leyba had his second five-hit recreation of the season. Everybody who batted for Reno had at the least one hit and the Aces scored a minimum of one run in each inning except the eighth.
This recreation had every part, including a go to from a couple of skunks.
Oh, only a skunk interrupting @Aces’ recreation towards @OMAStormChasers. Outfielders Ben DeLuzio (@BenDeLuzio) and Carlos Asuaje (@Asuaje_20) strategically stored their distance.
🎥 https://t.co/mK7RBMyJY5 pic.twitter.com/pBSG2PWZEl
— Minor League Baseball (@MiLB) August 3, 2019
How about this stat on Westbrook?
📜In the present day’s Stat Of The Day introduced by @EideBaillyLLP 📜 pic.twitter.com/HZSV8g6Hd1
— Reno Aces (@Aces) August Three, 2019
The recent hitting continued Saturday night time, with Reno belting out 18 hits in a 13-7 win over the Storm Chasers. Ildemaro Vargas led the best way by going 4-for-6 with two runs scored and four RBIs. Rojas chipped in three hits from the leadoff spot, giving him seven hits in his first two video games.
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Rojas, the Glendale native who performed his prep ball at Millennium in Avondale, is enjoying his new setting quite a bit. He went 4-for-6 once more on Sunday, with two runs and three extra RBIs. Unfortunately, it got here in a wild 12-11 loss to Omaha. In three games with the Aces, Rojas is hitting .688 (11-for-16) with a house run and 7 RBIs.
Jackson Generals (Double-A Southern League)
For the week: 6-1
For the season: 25-16 (2nd place in North Division; 1.5 games behind Montgomery)
Emilio Vargas pitched five innings of shutout baseball and Ramon Hernandez delivered a two-run pinch-hit double within the sixth inning as the Generals started the week with a 5-1 street win over Biloxi. The victory was Vargas’ first since April 22. The suitable-hander missed about six weeks with an damage and hung out rehabbing with the Arizona League D-backs for many of June. Vargas was even higher on Saturday, hurling seven shutout innings in a 7-1 win over Cellular. He scattered three hits and struck out four earlier than handing issues off to Justin Donatella, who worked the final two frames to finish the victory.
Pavin Smith, Daulton Varsho and Drew Ellis all homered in main the Generals to a 5-Three win over Biloxi Tuesday night time. Smith’s solo shot in the fourth tied the score at 1-1. Varsho gave the Generals a 2-1 lead with a solo shot in the sixth, and three batters later, Ellis related on a two-run blast to make it 4-1.
Speaking of Smith, he earned an award for his efficiency in July, during which he batted .341 with 4 residence runs and 18 RBIs while posting an OPS of .999.
We’re glad to announce our July Player of the Month, @jacksongenerals slugger @PavinSmith!
DETAILS: https://t.co/crv4WWxsVx pic.twitter.com/gBoQkxPsOR
— The Southern League (@SLeagueBaseball) August 2, 2019
Proper-hander Cole Stapler was simply dominant Thursday night time in a 6-0 house win over Cellular. Stapler allowed 5 hits, walked two and struck out 11 in seven innings of labor. The 24-year-old has been excellent since getting promoted to Double-A on July 1. In six begins, Stapler is 3-0 with a 3.25 ERA, a 1.28 WHIP and 31 strikeouts in 36 innings.
Cole Stapler finishes the seventh inning with ELEVEN STRIKEOUTS!!!! #TheStapler @cole_stapler pic.twitter.com/W5LzUI5ZtE
— Jackson Generals (@jacksongenerals) August 2, 2019
Seth Beer, acquired from Houston two days earlier, made his D-backs organizational debut Friday, going 2-for-4 with two RBIs in a Four-1 win over Cellular. Matt Peacock continued Jackson’s stellar pitching, going seven innings and permitting simply 5 hits and one run while fanning 5. Peacock is now 8-3 with a 2.32 ERA for Jackson this season.
Visalia Rawhide (Excessive-A California League)
For the week: 5-1
For the season: 26-18 (1st place in North Division; Four.0 games forward of Modesto)
Jorge Perez belted a two-run residence run within the prime of the ninth inning that broke a 2-2 tie and offered the profitable margin in Visalia’s 4-2 over Inland Empire Wednesday night time. Proper-hander Justin Vernia was strong for seven innings, permitting just 5 hits and two earned runs.
First baseman Yoel Yanqui went 3-for-4 with three doubles and 5 RBIs in the Rawhide’s 10-Four win over Rancho Cucamonga Friday night time. Yanqui’s first double came as a part of a three-run first inning when he drove in Ryan Grotjohn to provide Visalia a 3-Zero lead. The 23-year-old Cuban doubled again within the fifth, however was stranded at third base. He delivered again within the eighth, plating Jancarlos Cintron and Luis Alejandro Basabe to push the rating to 10-Four. Yanqui now has 20 doubles on the season, seventh-most within the California League.
Justin Lewis, Jayson McKinley and Cameron Gann attached on an incredible pitching performance Saturday night time in a 2-1 win over Rancho Cucamonga. Lewis, a 23-year-old right-hander, went six innings and allowed four hits, one run and struck out seven. McKinley obtained the win by throwing two scoreless innings and Gann picked up his first save. Visalia trailed 1-0 until Jorge Perez doubled in Yanqui and Alex King with two outs in the seventh inning.
Kane County Cougars (Single-A Midwest League)
For the week: 5-2
For the season: 29-13 (1st place in Western Division; 3.Zero video games ahead of Clinton)
The aforementioned Thomas, the D-backs’ new prime prospect in line with MLB Pipeline, had a monster week. The 19-year-old started the week with four straight multi-hit games, together with three three-hit nights. In all, Thomas batted .545 (12-for-22) with two doubles and two RBIs on the week.
Thomas was instrumental in Kane County’s massive 10th inning Friday night time in a 10-5 win over the Peoria Chiefs. He singled to load the bases with no one out and later scored on a wild pitch to place the Cougars up Eight-5. Thomas, Zack Shannon and Steven Leyton all had three hits within the win.
Shortstop Blaze Alexander singled in Zack Shannon with one out within the bottom of the 10th inning, giving the Cougars a 2-1 walk-off win over Quad Cities Saturday night time. Levi Kelly, the D-backs’ No. 9 prospect, began and pitched 5 strong innings, permitting 4 hits and one run while hanging out 9. He gave solution to Kenny Hernandez, who threw five scoreless innings of aid and picked up his fifth win on the yr.
Alexander sends #YourCougars to second straight extra-inning win
RECAP: https://t.co/FxTE3yiKOu pic.twitter.com/ewjjtmgqo0
— Kane County Cougars (@KCCougars) August 4, 2019
Quick ahead to Sunday, the place the Cougars gained their third straight 10-inning recreation and second straight 2-1 walk-off over Quad Cities. Dominic Fletcher doubled in Nick Dalesandro with the game-winning run.
Hillsboro Hops (Brief-season-A Northwest League)
For the week: 7-Zero
For the season: 10-3 (1st place in South Division; 2.0 games forward of Eugene)
Tyler Holton and Dayni Olivero combined on a powerful three-hit shutout Monday night time in a Three-Zero Hops’ win over Everett. Holton, a left-hander drafted in in the ninth round out of Florida State in 2018, began and threw four innings while hanging out 5. Olivero, a 21-year-old right-hander from the Dominican Republic, allowed only one hit and two walks while putting out seven during the last 5 innings. With the win, Olivero pushed his season mark to 6-1 and improved on his ERA, which he lowered to 1.80.
Hillsboro exploded for five runs within the first inning and coasted to a 7-2 win over Salem-Keizer Friday night time. The win was the Hops’ fifth straight. Tristin English, a third-round select of Georgia Tech in June, had a double, a triple and three RBIs in main the win.
The Hops are well-represented on the Nortwest League All-Star Staff.
Please help us in congratulating our 5 All-Stars for the 2019 season, Marcos Tineo, Jesus Marriaga, Kristian Robinson, Luis Frias and Steven Leyton!#AllHoppedUp https://t.co/uRsZKXnyTJ pic.twitter.com/2LrTpBK0d9
— Hillsboro Hops (@HillsboroHops) July 31, 2019
And one later addition…
Should have been there within the first place, please assist us in congratulating RHP Deyni Olivero on making the 2019 NWL All-Star group!
As a result of some current strikes, our pitcher will get the nod on making the group. #AllHoppedUp pic.twitter.com/ugRpjrc7Hn
— Hillsboro Hops (@HillsboroHops) August Three, 2019
And Wednesday night time, the Hops had a Corridor-of-Famer on the mound…no less than for a pitch.
MLB hall of famer Randy Johnson threw a first pitch at present to a standing ovation at Ron Tonkin Area. What a second to be part of. Thank you Randy for being right here!#AllHoppedUp pic.twitter.com/ZDXVtiHMDT
— Hillsboro Hops (@HillsboroHops) August 1, 2019
The Hops extended their win streak to seven in a row Sunday with one other 7-2 win over Salem-Keizer. Designated hitter Andy Yerzy contributed three hits and two RBIs in the win.
Missoula Osprey (Rookie Pioneer League)
For the week: 5-1
For the season: 6-3 (Tied for 1st place in North Division with Billings; 3.0 games ahea of Nice Falls and Idaho Falls)
First baseman Francis Martinez led a 19-hit attack with four singles whereas Axel Andueza doubled, homered and drove in three runs because the Osprey pounded Idaho Falls 10-Four Monday night time. Dustin Lacaze, a right-hander drafted in the 21st round out of Texas A&M Corpus Christi in June, labored Four.2 innings in aid and had 9 strikeouts to select up his second win on the season.
Cool function on Missoula pitcher/rodeo roper Dustin Lacaze.
Loads of All-Star representation for the Osprey as nicely.
FIVE #Osprey named to 2019 Pioneer League All-Star Workforce!
⭐️ RHP Patrick McGuff
⭐️ RHP Josh McMinn
⭐️ LHP Lou Fuenmayor
⭐️ SS Liover Peguero
⭐️ OF Tristen Carranzahttps://t.co/FSnLvxWUXJ#DefensTheNest 🦅⚾️
— Missoula Osprey (@ospreybaseball) July 31, 2019
D-backs (Rookie Arizona League)
For the week: Three-2
For the season: 6-Four (Tied with Cubs2 for 2nd place in East Division; 1.5 video games behind Giants Orange)
Kevin Cron, on a rehab task, jacked a two-run house run within the first inning, nevertheless it wasn’t sufficient because the D-backs lost to the Cubs2 Three-2 on Wednesday. The rehab task was a brief one, as Cron was elevated back to Triple-A Reno on Thursday. Cron additionally homered twice for the Aces after returning to the membership, giving him 32 dingers in simply 61 minor league games.
D-backs1 (Dominican Summer time League)
For the week: 1-Four
For the season: 22-31 (fifth place in Baseball Metropolis Division; 15.5 video games behind Reds)
Endy Estrada, a 17-year-old Venezuelan first baseman, went Three-for-4 with a house run and four RBIs because the D-backs knocked off the White Sox 6-Three on Monday.
D-backs2 (Dominican Summer time League)
For the week: 6-0
For the season: 33-21 (Tied for 1st place with Cubs in San Pedro Division; 1.5 games ahead of Phillies White)
Left-hander Diomedre Sierra right-hander and Jheyson Perez combined on a gem in a Four-1 choice over the Brewers Monday night time. Sierra began and went 4 innings of no-hit ball while walking two and putting out eight. Perez completed the sport, going 5 innings, allowing simply 4 hits and one run to go together with 11 strikeouts.
Outstanding pitching continued to be a theme for the D-backs2 on Tuesday as Jean Marcelino, Pablo Pimentel and Edinson Soto combined on a three-hit shutout with 13 strikeouts in a 3-0 win over the Brewers.
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