Down on the Phillies Pharm Daily Edition: Crawford Hitless in AAA Debut
Here is a quick recap of what each of the Phillies minor league squads and some of their top prospects did last night as they work their way up to the big leagues.
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All-in-all a decent night for the Phillies minor league squads, who took three of the four games played last night. JP Crawford went hitless in his AAA debut with Lehigh Valley, but that should not scare anyone at this point. Opposing pitcher Matt Boyd has spent time in the big leagues and has a 2.06 ERA this season.
JP Crawford: Went 0-3 in his AAA debut
Nick Williams: Went 1-4 and stole his third base of the season
Andrew Knapp: Hit a solo home run, his sixth of the year, but struck out twice
Jake Thompson: Went eight innings despite all three of his hits being home runs. Struck out eight
Dylan Cozens continued to rake down in Reading, hitting his 11th home run of the year. Catching prospect Jorge Alfaro is also continuing to tear it up, hitting .358 in 19 games.
Roman Quinn: Went 1-4 with two strikeouts
Jorge Alfaro: Went 1-3 with a walk and a caught stealing
Dylan Cozens: Hit a three-run homerun, his 11th of the year
Rhys Hopkins: Hit a solo homerun and walked
Second round pick Scott Kingery hit his second double of the season as the Threshers failed to pick up their 27th win of the season. Cody Asche continued his rehab assignment but could only manage a single and a walk.
Scott Kingery: Went 1-4 with a double and a strikeout. Also had a throwing error
Carlos Tocci: Went 0-4
Cody Asche: Went 1-3 with a walk and a strikeout in a rehab appearance
Gabriel Lino: Went 1-3
Jose Pujols: Went 0-4 and committed his fifth error of the season
Jan Hernandez: Hit a walk-off two-run home run in the ninth inning