Miami Marlins number 18 prospect Zac Gallen is putting up staggering numbers for the Baby Cakes.
In the seventh game of an eight-game series last night, Zac Gallen (5-0, 1.16) limited the San Antonio Missions to one run on two hits, striking out seven in seven innings.
Gallen has walked nine batters all season over 55 1/3 innings. He’s struck out 64 and allowed 21 hits, racking up an oppBA of .117 and a 0.55 WHIP. Gallen has only allowed more than three hits one time this season, and in that game, on April 22nd, he earned the victory and didn’t give up any runs. Sources indicate that he’ll likely get called up later this month.
JT Riddle went deep for the third time, Austin Dean hit a pair of doubles, including the game winner, and Jarlin Garcia earned the 3-2 victory over the Missions. Hector Noesi (3-1, 2.66) will start the super-series finale today at noon EDT on MiLB.TV.
Robert Dugger (3-5, 4.08) collected a dozen strikeouts in seven innings, earning the 4-3 win for the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp (14-24) against the Biloxi Shuckers (18-20). Dugger also hit a double, drew a walk, and scored a run. Brian Miller hit a single and a double with two RBI, and Bryson Brigman hit two singles. Dylan Lee earned his third save of the season with a scoreless ninth.
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Tonight at 7:05 EDT, Sixto Sanchez will make his first career double-A start for Jacksonville. The Jumbo Shrimp will be trying to win the third game of the five-game set, with the series finale set for tomorrow.
The Jupiter Hammerheads (11-23) and the Dunedin Blue Jays (19-15) contest last night was rained out. It will be made up tonight as part of a pair of seven inning games. With the first contest kicking off at 5PM EDT, Braxton Garrett (0-2, 3.91) will be looking for his first win of the season in the Florida State League.
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The Clinton LumberKings (18-17) topped the Burlington Bees (22-15) in the first game of a three-game set last night. After Manuel Rodriguez allowed three runs in the first inning, he was lifted in favor of Nathan Alexander (2-0, 0.00). Tanner Andrews earned a six-inning save, allowing two hits and striking out four.
Clinton collected a total of 13 hits in the game, led by Thomas Jones with a single, a double, and a home run. Will Banfield and Sean Reynolds each also added a double and two singles to the cause. Connor Scott hit a triple and scored two runs, while the LumberKings infield combined for three double plays. Tonight at 7:30 EDT, Humberto Mejia (2-1, 2.51) will aim to claim the series with one game left.