Minor Leagues

Minor League Mash-Up: Bryson Stott is red-hot



All Phillies prospects are working their way towards playing their home games at Citizens Bank Park. (Ian D’Andrea)

There are only two weeks left in the minor league regular season. It’s crunch-time as prospects try to make one last impression on the organization, and the teams push for a playoff birth.

Records

  • Lehigh Valley IronPigs: 60-64 (5.5 games back in the International League North)
  • Reading Fightin’ Phils: 72-53 (3 games ahead in the Eastern league East)
  • Clearwater Threshsers: 61-65 (7.5 games back in the Florida State North)
  • Lakewood Blue Claws: 53-71 (10.5 games back in the South Atlantic League North)
  • Williamsport Crosscutters: 25-37 (9.5 games back in the NY/Penn League Pinckney)

Notable Performances

  • The Phillies 2019 first round pick, Bryson Stott, had gotten off to a slow start with Williamsport, but he is scorching-hot now. Here’s how his week went – Monday: 1-4; Tuesday: 2-5 with a double, a triple and two RBIs; Wednesday 2-4; Thursday 2-3; Friday: 2-4 with an RBI.
  • Alec Bohm had a couple nice games this week. On Wednesday, he went 2-5. He also went 2-5 on Friday with a double. Bohm has one home run in his last 10 games and just four RBIs in that time.
  • Luke Williams went 3-5 with a double for Reading on Tuesday.
  • Connor Seabold had a nice outing for Reading this week. He went six innings, allowing two runs on seven hits and two walks. He struck out three.
  • Colton Eastman one up’d Seabold by tossing six innings of one-run ball the following day. He allowed five hits and three walks and had a couple strikeouts.
  • David Parkinson had the best start by a Reading pitcher this past week, though. Saturday, he pitched six innings, allowing one run. He gave up just three hits and one walk while striking out eight.
  • Mickey Moniak went 2-4 with a triple and two runs scored for Reading on Saturday.
  • Austin Listi went 2-3 with a double and three RBIs for Lehigh Valley on Friday. Listi then went 2-5 with a double, home run and four RBIs on Sunday.
  • Ramon Rosso had a great start for Lehigh Valley on Saturday. He went six innings, allowing a run on just two hits with no walks. He struck out eight.
  • Simon Muzziotti went 3-4 with a run scored for Clearwater on Thursday. He then went 2-2 with a walk and a RBI on Saturday.
  • Luke Miller went 3-4 with a triple, a home run and three RBIs for Clearwater on Thursday.
  • Kyle Glogoski continued his dominant pitching this week with a five-inning, one-run performance on Saturday. He allowed seven hits and struck out three.
  • Ethan Lindow also continued his dominant pitching. He went six scoreless innings on Sunday, allowing just six hits. He struck out four.
  • Malvin Matos went 2-3 with a home run and three runs scored for Lakewood on Tuesday.
  • Taylor Lehman also continues to pitch well. On Wednesday, he went five innings, allowing one run on three hits and two walks. He struck out four.
  • Dominic Pipkin had one of his best starts of 2019 on Thursday. He pitched five scorless innings, allowing just one hit and one walk. He had four punchouts.
  • Francisco Morales went off again in a relief appearance. On Friday, he pitched four scoreless innings, giving up four hits and a walk. He struck out eight batters.
  • D.J. Stewart went 4-5 with an RBI for Williamsport on Tuesday.
  • Kendall Simons went 3-5 with a double, a triple, two RBIs and two runs scored on Thursday. Simmons then went 2-5 with a triple and a home run on Saturday.
  • Erik Miller had another great start for Williamsport on Wednesday. He went four scoreless innings, allowing just one hit and two walks. He struck out seven.
  • Johan Rojos went 3-4 with a triple on Thursday for Williamsport.

Season Stats

  • Alec Bohm’s overall numbers this season are impressive. In 112 games, he’s slashing .307/.381/.524 with 19 home runs, 27 doubles, four triples, 72 RBIs and 52 walks.
  • Adonis Medina was rocked again this week, giving up seven runs in two innings. His ERA now sits at 4.96 and opponents are hitting .257 against him. That’s obviously less than ideal.
  • Bryson Stott now has his average in Williamsport up to .298 and he’s slashing .325/.407/.569 for the season. It would be interesting to see him in Lakewood for the final two weeks of the season.
  • Spencer Howard didn’t have his best start this week, but his overall performance this year has been great. In 13 starts that span three levels, Howard has a 2.28 ERA with 81 strikeouts in 59.1 innings. He has a 0.86 WHIP and opponents are hitting just .183 off of him.
  • Francisco Morales continues to blow hitters away. The 19-year-old now has 114 strkeouts in 84 innings. He needs to work on his control as he ages, but he’s starting to look like a special one.
  • Mickey Moniak has cooled off a bit and his average sits at .259 for the year. He has 10 home runs, 12 triples, 27 doubles and 15 stolen bases in 109 games.
  • Erik Miller now has a 1.17 ERA in 23 innings of work. He’s struck out 35 batters in that time.
  • Simon Muziotti is continuing his steady season. He’s hitting .284 with 20 doubles and 21 stolen bases this year.
  • David Parkinson has been consistent all year. he has a 3.46 ERA in 20 starts with 107 strikeouts in 109.1 innings pitched.

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