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minor lines, 5/14/13

Tuesday's most notable from the Giants' farm: Scott Schumand had 4 K in 1.0 IP.

AAA: Fresno lost to Memphis 4-3

Fresno: LF Cole Gillespie: 1 for 4, HR, E
Fresno: RF Juan Perez: 3 for 4

Fresno: SP Boof Bonser: 6.0 IP, 9 H, 4 R, 3 ER, 1 BB, 4 K--1 HR, 1 HB

Perez was the lone Grizzly with multiple hits. His three singles raised his AVG to .284. Gillespie's 3rd HR was the Grizzlies' lone XBH.

With just 1 BB for the second time in eight starts, Bonser matched his longest start of the year with 6.0 IP. But with 4+ R allowed for the fifth time in eight starts, his W-L dropped to 1-3. Among qualifiers, he has the fourth highest WHIP in the PCL.

AA: Richmond lost to Harrisburg 8-1

Richmond: RF Jarrett Parker: 1 for 3, HR, BB, 2 SO
Richmond: 2B Joe Panik: 2 for 4, SO
Harrisburg: CF Brian Goodwin: 2 for 3, HR, BB, HBP

Richmond: SP Ryan Bradley: 5.0 IP, 12 H, 7 R, 6 ER, 1 BB, 2 K--2 HR, 1 HB, 1 WP
Richmond: RP Scott Shuman: 1.0 IP, 4 K--1 WP

Parker led off the game with his 5th HR. He is currently on pace to exceed his 15 HR a year ago. The Flying Squirrels had just five hits, including Panik's two singles. His season line is now .310/.389/.401 through 142 AB. That is slightly better than his .297/.368/.402 line last season in the Cal League. Goodwin, one of the Nationals' top five prospects, had his 3rd HR while reaching base four times.

Bradley continues to get hit hard, or at least frequently. His BAA remains over .400, and his ERA above 7.00. He had yielded just 1 HR in his first six starts but 2 HR today. Making just his fourth appearance this year, Schuman pulled off the rare feat of striking out four batters in one inning.

A+: San Jose had a scheduled off-day
(Their next scheduled off-day is May 26.)

A-: Augusta defeated Rome 6-3

Augusta: CF Jesus Galindo: 1 for 2, BB, SF, SB
Augusta: 3B Mitchell Delfino: 2 for 3, SF, SO

Augusta: SP Justin Schumer: 5.0 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 0 BB, 2 K--1 HB

Delfino had two of the GreenJackets' eight hits (all singles). After hitting .276 in April, he has hit below the Mendoza line in May to have his season AVG fall below .250. Galindo, one of two other GreenJackets to reach base twice, had his organization-leading 24th SB.

Schumer bounced back from his previous two starts (12 ER in 1.1 IP combined) for this solid effort and was credited with his first victory this year.