The Farm Report: 6/6/13

Scranton and Charleston were rained out. Trenton lost to Binghamton 5-4: The Thunder drew first blood as Ramon Flores drew a lead off walk and moved to second on an error. A sac bunt moved him to third and he scored on a single by Tyson Blaser. Reegie Corona drew a walk and scored on a double by Ali Castillo. Ramon Flores plated Castillo with a double to right and the Thunder held a 3-0 lead. Binghamton answered with two runs in the bottom of the second, but Trenton held onto the lead through the fifth. Cesar Puello homered to start the bottom of the sixth, tying the game. A double by Alonzo Harris scored Joe Bonfe and Binghamton had their first lead. Slade Heathcott drew a walk and Kyle Roller followed with a single. A walk by Blaser loaded the bases and Jose Pirela hit a sac fly to left, scoring Heathcott and tying the game. Unfortunately, Puello started the bottom of the inning with another lead off homer, giving Binghamton the 5-4 win.

Castillo was the only Yankee with more than one hit, going 2-4 with a run scored, a double and a RBI. Corona and Flores both went 1-3 with a run scored. Flores had a double, a RBI and two walks. Matt Tracy threw 5.2 innings and gave up four runs on five hits, five walks and six Ks. Fred Lewis finished the game with 2.1 innings and gave up one run on two hits and a walk. He struck out five.

Tampa lost to Palm Beach 4-0: The Yankees and Cardinals had a scoreless game going through five innings. The Yankees had a chance to score in the fourth, when Gary Sanchez doubled with one out. A single by Robert Refsnyder put runners on the corners, but Sanchez couldn't score on a wild pitch and the Yankees weren't able to capitalize. Palm Beach broke through in the sixth on a solo homer by Anthony Garcia. They added three more runs in the top of the eighth and the Yankees were unable to put up much of a fight, falling 4-0.

The Yankees only had a total of four hits, with Sanchez going 2-4 with a double and Refsnyder and Carmen Angelini both going 1-3. Sean Black made the start and held Palm Beach scoreless through five, walking four and allowing three hits. He struck out three. Diego Moreno allowed one run on two hits and a K in two innings of work. Dan Mahoney didn't record an out for the second day in a row, allowing two runs on one hit. Joel De La Cruz finished the game with two innings. He allowed one run on four hits, a walk and a strikeout.