Royals June 21st Minors Recap


Anthony Seratelli‘s two-run homerun in the 5th inning led to Omaha‘s 7-6 victory over Albuquerque.

Anthony Seratelli

The Storm Chasers collected 11 hits, with five players having multi-hit games.

Despite struggling through five innings, Yordano Ventura picked up the win. He allowed six runs (five earned) on eight hits and three walks. Louis Coleman shut down the Isotopes with three scoreless innings of relief.

Despite out-hitting Tulsa (7-5), NW Arkansas was shut out, 2-0.

Roman Hernandez and Ray Navarro each collected two hits in the loss. Navarro was named as a replacement to the Texas League All-Star team (replacing teammate Angel Franco).

Andy Ferguson was solid, giving up two runs on three hits and three walks over 5.2 innings.

Wilmington was blown out from the very beginning, as they lost 9-2. Salem scored seven runs over the first two innings.

Still, Kellen Moen lasted four innings in his second start of the season (replacing John Lamb in the rotation).

Dennis Raben hit his second homerun of the season and Jared Schlehuber collected two hits and drove in the other run in the eighth.

The Blue Rocks have a bit of a new rotation. Moen got the start tonight. Sam Selman will pitch on Saturday and Kyle Zimmer will pitch the finale on Sunday. Tyler Sample will pitch the first game in Lynchburg and Kyle Smith will pitch on Tuesday.

Lexington scored two runs in the first and never looked back with a 6-2 win over Savannah.

The Legends collected 11 hits, with four players having multi-hit games. Fred Ford hit his eighth homerun in the 4th inning. Mark Donato continues to rake, as he went 3-for-3 with a double and an RBI (he’s hitting .351).

Daniel Stumpf struggled a bit with his command (four walks), but picked up the win. He allowed two runs on four hits over five innings. He struck out six. Chas Byrne followed with two scoreless innings before Mark Peterson finished off the Sand Gnats with two more scoreless innings for his sixth save.