Both Shawn Zarraga and Hainley Statia got a call up for the Dutch national team, but now they are still playing for the Huntsville Stars (Brewers’ organization) in the Southern League playoffs. Last night they took on the Chattanooga Lookouts (Dodgers affiliate). Both Shawn and Hainley went 0 for 4. Shawn let a ball pass in the eighth inning on which Daniel Mayora of the Lookouts advanced to third. Then Chris O’Brien lined into a double play when he hit a line out to right field and rightfielder Josh Feldhauer threw towards homeplate via the relay of first baseman Ramirez. Shawn then tagged out Mayora who was charging home.
In the Carolina League, the Potomac Nationals took a 2-0 lead in the series over the Lynchburg HillCats. In game two the Nationals won by 4 runs to 3. Randolph Oduber contributed by scoring a run. At bat he went 2 for 4 and struck out once.
A Full Season
In the Midwest League, the Lake County Captains beat the South Bend SilverHawks again, but Sicnarf Loopstok didn’t play.
A Short Season
The State College Spikes bounced back from their defeat vs the Hudson Valley Renegades, the day before.
Darren Seferina scored one of the Spikes’ three runs. In four at bats he got one hit and struck out once.
The Vancouver Canadians advanced to the Northwest League’s championship series by beating Spokane 5-4. Juremi Profar went 0 for 3 for the Indians but was part of a 4-6-3 double play.
In the championship series of the Appalachian League, the Danville Braves crushed the Johnson City Cardinals in game one. Ozhaino Albies contributed in a big way by going 2 for 4 with a triple and two runs scored. He also drove in a run and drew a walk. On the defensive side the shortstop was part of two double plays: 4-6-3 and 6-4-3). The Braves won 6-1.