Here is another overview of Dutchies in MiLB.
Roger Bernadina finally got his first basehit. In the game that was won by his Isotopes with 16-10 (handball score?) he hit a double in the bottom of the second inning. He was driven in on a single by Joey Wong. Roger drew two walks and scored two more runs.
Christopher Garia went 0 for 4 with a strikeout in Frisco’s 7-2 win over the Northwest Arkansas Naturals. Christopher caught two fly balls, one in the seventh and one in the eight inning.
The Harrisburg Senators fell to the Altoona Curve 2-1 but Randolph Oduber got one basehit out of four at bats with a strikeout. He also stole his first base of the season.
Despite three errors, the Potomac Nationals beat the Lynchburg HillCats 5-0. Spencer Kieboom clearly found his groove in this game as he went 2 for 5 with an RBI and a run scored. Unfortunately he struck out once and had to allow Lynchburg’s Bradley Zimmer to steal two bases.
A Full Season
In the Sally League (South Atlantic League), two Dutchies saw action.
Ozhaino Albies saw the ball well yesterday as he went 2 for 3 with a walk in the lead off spot. He drove in two runs and scored a run himself in Rome’s 3-2 victory over the Asheville Tourists.
The Lakewood BlueClaws were no match for the Kannapolis Intimidators. The BlueClaws lost 8-0. Jiandido Tromp is still waiting for his first basehit. Yesterday he went 0 for 4 with a strikeout.
The most Dutchies are playing in the Midwest League.
In five plate appearances, Shawn Duinkerk walked twice, struck out twice and grounded out (1-3) once. He left two runners behind in scoring position. The Snappers lost 8-3.
The Peoria Chiefs flexed their muscles vs the Wisconsin TimberRattlers. The team of Darren Seferina won 11-1 and Darren collected two hits out of four at bats, struck out twice, drove in a run and scored a run himself. Darren also stole his second base of the season.