After a day off for the Templar Staff, we’re back with the recap!

Pitching Prospect Chris Flexen was supposed to pitch today, but was scratched with a sore knee. You can read more about him here.

Paul Sewald had two excellent innings, allowing 2 scoreless innings, hit the first person he faced, subsequently induced a double play. He also walked a batter but did not strike anyone out. Chris Malia profiled him, which you can read here.

Dominic Smith started out with a bang, hitting a double the other way and came around to score. He showed off his sweet swing and that he could run a little bit. He grounded out sharply to the second baseman against a lefty in his next at-bat. In his next at-bat, he struck out. He then grounded out softly against another lefty in his plate appearance in the 8th. You can read about him here.

David Roseboom looked good, confusing hitters with a deceptive delivery, and an 87-89 mile per hour fastball and solid slider. He allowed a hit to Stephen Moya and a stolen base, and struck out Victor Martinez. In his second inning, he froze Mike Gerber on a high fastball. He then got the next two batters to strike out and finished the inning on eight pitches.  You can read about him here.

Luis Guillorme came in during the top of the 6th and made a nice diving grab for his first play of the afternoon. In his first at-bat, he grounded out softly to the first baseman. Guillorme in the bottom of the 8th hit a ground ball past the third baseman the baffled the left fielder for a triple and scored on a Nido liner. You can read about him here.

Amed Rosario, the top prospect, entered the game in the 6th inning. Rosario recorded an RBI in a fielder’s choice in his first plate appearance extending the lead to 4-0. You can read about him here.

Tomas Nido entered the game in the 7th, and drove in Guillorme on a soft liner over the shortstop’s glove in the bottom of the 8th inning. You can read about him here.

Champ Stuart entered the game in the 7th, he walked to load the bases in the bottom of the 7th. You can read about him here.

Phillip Evans entered the game and grounded out into a double play in the 8th inning. Chris Malia profiled him, which you can read here.

Chase Bradford entered in the 7th and recorded three groundouts. He allowed two runs in the 8th inning but was otherwise solid. Chris Malia profiled him, which you can read here.

Corey Taylor entered the game in the top of the 9th and induced two groundouts, allowed a triple, and ended the game on a liner to Smith. You can read about him here.

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