Paulino, Campbell, and Monegro lead the Drive to a Division Series sweep and Kyle Teel hits his first home run in Portland.
Red Sox Minor Lines
The affiliates split the day, as Roman Anthony and Kyle Teel looked to make a difference in their second Double-A game.
WooSox Pull it Off in Bottom of Ninth but the Rest of the Farm Take the Loss
All four affiliates won Sunday, David Hamilton continues his late-season hot streak, and a Noah Song outing had its ups and downs.
And here’s a picture of Bobby Dalbec because he had an incredible outfield assist. Yes, you read that right.
Only Salem could come up with a W on Thursday, as Noah Song was roughed up and Mikey Romero was carried off with an injury, but Ceddanne Rafaela continues to get the clutch hits.
In his final rehab start following a facial fracture, Tanner Houck allowed just one hit in four innings.
Abreu, Dearden, Bonaci and Anthony continue to hit at all levels of the farm
Also, Trevor Story hits another home run.
Slugfests at the higher levels on Thursday, while the lower levels were rained out and the Sox top two picks debuted at the Complex League.
The farm struck out an average of 12 times per game, but three of four teams still won, and Rafaela and Anthony continue to see the ball well.
Plus, both pieces in the Kiké Hernandez trade see some action on the mound; one blew a save but recorded the win.
Only one W on the farm, but several starting pitchers threw well and Roman Anthony can’t be stopped.
As Boston’s pitching depth struggles continue, who in Worcester might be the answer? Maybe no one currently on that roster.
Three wins on this final game before the All-Star break.
And some rain (stay tuned)