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Minors Report 4/27/11 (Two More Homers for Maxwell; Craig Heyer; Corban Joseph; Robert Lylerly; Slade Heathcott; JR Murphy)

Scranton: Justin Maxwell is about as hot as a baseball player at any level can be. Maxwell hit a pair of two-run home runs, while Jorge Vazquez contributed two hits (including a double) and a run batted in as Scranton defeated Charlotte, 8-5. Maxwell now has eight home runs on the season – all have

Minors Report 4/22/11 (Bradley Suttle; Brett Marshall (Not Good); Rob Segedin; Thomas Kahlne)

Scranton was rained out tonight. Trenton: The “Thunder” (who definitely have not been living up to that nickname this year) tried to mount a comeback tonight, but their 9th inning rally ultimately failed in a 3-2 loss to Harrisburg. Trenton was only able to compile four hits in the game. One of those hits was

Minors Report 4/17/11 (Jorge Vazquez; Kevin Millwood; Abraham Almonte; Zolio Almonte; Robert Lylerly; Luke Murton)

Scranton: DJ Mitchell pitched poorly, and the offense wasn’t much better as Scranton took a 6-3 loss to Rochester. The offense was only able to produce four hits in the game. Jorge Vazquez connected for his 6th home run of the season in the loss. He has done that in 40 at-bats (.325/.333/.775; 1 BB/11

Jesus Montero is Cruising; Brackman’s First Start

Scranton: I wonder how long the Yankees will be able to keep Jesus Montero in the minor leagues. It’s only a handful of games, but Montero put up a 3-for-5 night with a pair of doubles, while Jorge Vazquez contributed four hits of his own to go along with two runs batted in as Scranton

Minors Report for 7/21/10 (Even More Jesus Montero!; Andrew Brackman; Manny Banuelos; Jose Pirela; Deangelo Mack; Slade Heathcott)

Scranton: Jesus Montero went 3-for-3 with a double, RBI, and a walk but it wasn’t enough as Scranton had trouble scoring in a 3-1 loss. Montero is now up to .278 on the season.   He is 16 for his last 33, and 21-for-50 in July with eight extra base hits.     Since the AAA All-Star Break,

Minors Report for 7/16/10 (More Jesus Montero; Adam Warren; Austin Romine; Manny Banuelos; Jimmy Paredes 30-30 Club)

Looks like Alan Horne was able to avoid surgery and is once again trying to rehab his way back into the organization. It’s a long shot, but you can’t hope but root for the kid. Scranton: To say Jesus Montero is on fire is actually a bit of an understatement. Montero went 2-for-4 with a

Minors Report for 7/1/10 (Ivan Nova; Brett Marshall; Josh Romanski; Jimmy Paredes)

Well, at least Tampa started their game tonight…but didn’t finish it. Game suspended. ——————– Scranton: Ivan Nova pitched seven strong innings, while Eduardo Nunez collected three hits and an RBI as Scranton took an 8-6 victory. Nova allowed three of those runs on seven hits. He walked only two, but also didn’t strike out a

Minors Report for 6/26/10 (Jesus Montero; David Phelps; Zolio Almonte; Melky Mesa; Slade Heathcott; JR Murphy; Cito Culver Milestone)

Scranton: Quite the marathon in Scranton tonight. Jesus Montero went 3-for-6 with a solo home run as Scranton outlasted Rochester, 2-1, in a 13-inning affair. It was Montero’s second consecutive three-hit night and his average is now approaching .250 (.249). Eduardo Nunez went 2-for-5 with a triple in the victory. Nunez is hitting .317 on

Minors Report for 6/21/10 (Ivan Nova; Gary Sanchez; Brett Marshall; Manny Banuelos)

A light schedule overall down on the farm as Trenton & Charleston were off while Tampa was postponed; so some of the focus will turn to teams deep down in the farm. So deep down you can barely see the players playing there. Typically speaking, I don’t report too much on these leagues; most of