Royals August 6th Minors Recap


Omaha was shut out by Salt Lake, 3-0 as they split the four-game series.

Everett Teaford carried a no-hitter into the sixth (though he walked two) before allowing a single with one out. Then things fell apart for Teaford, as he walked the next batter and then allowed back-to-back hits that drove in three runs. So he went from a no-hitter to losing in a very small amount of time.

Meanwhile, the Storm Chasers collected seven hits, two by Irving Falu. Chris Getz continued his rehab and went 1-for-4 in the leadoff spot.

NW Arkansas lost in Corpus Christi, 7-3.

Kyle Zimmer (who had not started since July 25th) lost his first Double-A game. Though he struck out eight, he also allowed four runs on five hits (including two solo homeruns) and two walks over just 4.2 innings. He threw 82 pitches, 54 for strikes.

All three of the Naturals runs came via solo homeruns, including Jorge Bonifacio‘s first Double-A homer (he went 2-for-4).

Wilmington won their rain-shortened game in Salem, 3-0 (just five innings). The game also started in a delay.

With two outs in the top of the 3rd inning, Jared Schlehuber hit his eighth homerun of the season, a two-run shot, to put the Blue Rocks on the board.

Leonel Santiago earned the complete game victory, throwing five shutout innings. He allowed just three hits and one walk.

Lexington beat Asheville, 4-3 after being down 3-0.

Cameron Gallagher‘s two-run single with two outs in the fifth gave the Legends the lead. Raul Mondesi, Bubba Starling, and Alex Hudak each had two hits.

Zeb Sneed pitched 3.2 scoreless innings of relief to pick up his first win. He allowed one hit and struck out three. John Walter picked up his seventh save of the season with 1.1 scoreless innings.