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panxing18 tch with the game winning hit. As for pitching , Bryse Wilson served up 2 home runs, Anderson’s stat line looks worse than reality, and Jasseel De La Cruz struck out 9 batters."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Talking Chop User’s GuideTalking Chop PodcastAround the NL EastBaseball Analysis PrimerAtlanta Braves Minor League Recap: Darling Florentino Hits Walk Off Double, de la Cruz Strikes Out 9New,32commentsThe 17 year old 3B Darling Florentino comes up clutch with the game winning hit. As for pitching, Bryse Wilson served up 2 home runs, Anderson’s stat line looks worse than reality, and Jasseel De La Cruz struck out 9 batters.EDTShareTweetShareShareAtlanta Braves Minor League Recap: Darling Florentino Hits Walk Off Double, de la Cruz Strikes Out 9Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY SportsGwinnett Stripers 6, Louisville Bats (Reds) 7Box ScoreRafael Ortega, CF: 3-4, 3B, 2 R, SBAndres Blanco, 2B: 4-4, HR, 4 RBI, BBAustin Riley, 3B: 0-5, 2 KRaffy Lopez, C: 2-4, HR, RBIBryse Wilson, SP: 6 IP, 8 H, 6 ER, 0 BB, 4 K (2 HRs)Corbin Clouse, RP: 2 IP, 1 H, 1 ER, 0 BB, 2 K (1 HR)Bryse Wilson got the start and struggled most of the game with fastball command. He wasn’t missing his spots much, but instead of missing off the plate, his fastball caught too much plate and players were hitting some rockets shots. Wilson served up two home runs today and has now allowed three in 11 innings. This is a new development for Wilson, who has had such good fastball command in the past. He only gave up five home runs last year and just six the year before. If he wants to get back to the Atlanta Braves, he’s going to improve the fastball command and trust his secondaries more. From what I could tell, he is relying on his fastball a bit too much.As for offense, it mostly came from the top two hitters in the lineup. Ortego and Blanco combined for seven of the teams 11 hits. The Braves had a prime chance to bust the game wide open in the first as the bases were loaded, but Raffy Lopez hit a pop up to the catcher. Lopez would redeem himself later hitting a solo homer, but if he gets a base hit in the first, the Stripers might not lose by a single run. Austin Riley struck out twice today which gives him multiple strikeouts in four of the first seven games of the season.Mississippi Braves 5 Jose Ramirez Jersey , Mobile BayBears (Angels) 7Box ScoreDrew Waters, RF: 1-4, RBI, BB, 2 KCristian Pache, CF: 1-2, 3B, 2 RBI, KCJ Alexander, 1B: 0-4, BBRay Patrick Didder, SS: 0-4, 4 KIan Anderson, SP: 4.1 IP, 3 H, 2 ER (3 R), 2 BB, 3 KIn his first start of the season, Anderson was effectively wild. This start was a bit more of the same. For the first two innings, almost everything he threw was down in the dirt. It took him 48 pitches to get through two innings as well. The third inning was much better, but his fastball was catching the heart of the plate quite a bit, but luckily batters were still having a hard time catching up. Lockhart completely misplayed a ball that allowed the first batter to get on base. Luckily, Didder is really fast and was able to back him up to keep the runner from getting to second base. That error by Lockhart would later come around to score.Unfortunately, Anderson ran out of gas in the the fifth and left with two runners on base. Michael Mader comes in and immediately gives up a 1B, 1B, HR and 2B before recording an out. So 2 of the 6 runs given up by Mader were charged to Anderson. So when looking at Anderson’s stat line, realize that one run scored due to an error and another 2 that were inherited runners.Not saying Anderson was perfect, but he pitched much more admirably than his final stat line.On offense, most of the scoring came in the 3rd inning thanks to an RBI single by Waters and then a two-run triple by Pache (Pache would also score due to interference by the opposing third baseman). Pache did come out of the game after that, but no word on if he was injured or just shaken up and taken out as a precaution. Garrison Schwartz came on in his stead going 1-3.RPD just had an awful day at the plate striking out 4 times. On the season has about a 50% K-rate. Obviously he won’t keep striking out like this, but for those of us who really like RPD, one of the things that’s held him back is his contact rates, so to have this kind of start to the season isn’t encouraging.Florida Fire Frogs 0, Jupiter Hammerheads (Marlins) 2Box ScoreDrew Lugbauer, 1B: 1-2, 2B, BB, KWilliam Contreras, C: 1-4, 2B, 2 KJefrey Ramos, LF: 0-4 Ronald Acuna Jr. Jersey , 3 KFreddy Tarnok, SP: 5 IP, 2 H, 0 ER, 1 BB, 5 KBrandon White, RP: 2 IP, 0 H, 0 ER, 2 BB, 3 KAfter starting the season with two wins, the Fire Frogs now find themselves quickly 4-4 overall as well as getting shut out for the first time. The offense was anemic and could only manages a pair of base hits (both doubles) and just totaled six base runners all game.Edward Cabrera came in for the Hammerheads and struck out nine over six innings.Cabrera (Marlins Top 10 prospect) has a blazing fastball that sits mid to high 90’s and a decent slider, but the fastball was enough against this roster. Meanwhile, Kiley McDaniel reported that Freddy Tarnoks fastball was sitting high 80’s, but had his offspeed pitching working wonders tonight. Once Jon Kennedy relieved Tarnok, he gave up to runs in his second inning of work. Brandon White continued his good work on the season as he has not allowed a run yet in three appearances.Rome Braves 4, Greenville Drive (Red Sox) 3Box ScoreJustin Dean, CF: 2-3, R, BB, OFAGreg Cullen, 2B: 1-4, 2B, RBI, K Darling Florentino, 3B: 1-4, 2B, 2 RBIJasseel De La Cruz, SP: 4.1 IN, 7 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 9 KJasseel De La Cruz was dealing today totaling nine strikeouts in less than five innings. He did give up seven hits, which is not good, but he was able to work around it with timely strikeouts and by not walking anyone. Tanner Lawson came on in relief and pitched three good innings where he struck out four batters, but did allow a single run to score. Lukas Young and Jake Higginbotham pitched the final three innings.Greg Cullen hit an RBI double and the score would stay 1-1 through the 9th which forced the game into extra innings. This is where the game was equal parts sloppy and exciting. The Drivers scored two runs in the top of the 10th, one of which was due to a Greg Cullen throwing error. Things were looking pretty dire as the Braves were coming to bat. Because it was extras, Griffin Benson started at second base. Logan Brown was HBP, and Trey Harris reached on an error that also allowed Benson to score. So now the Braves were down 3-2. Brendan Venter tried to move the runners over on a bunt, but failed as the Divers got the runner at third base. Runners were still on 1st and 2nd when 17 year old Darling Florentino stepped to the plate. Previously, Florentino was 0-3 with 2 strikeouts, so maybe not the hitter you want up in that situation. However Sean Newcomb Jersey , on the first pitch he saw, Florentino swung away and smacked the game-winning two-run double. Things could be going better, tbh"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Red Sox StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Red Sox NewsYahoo Red Sox Team PageYahoo Red Sox ReportYahoo Red Sox Depth ChartYahoo Red Sox TransactionsYahoo Red Sox PhotosOdds About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub 鉁昍ed Sox Game StoriesRed Sox 5, Twins 9: J.D. Martinez scratched before Boston’s seventh straight lossNew,24commentsThings could be going better, tbhEDTShareTweetShareShareRed Sox 5, Twins 9: J.D. Martinez scratched before Boston’s seventh straight lossButch Dill-USA TODAY SportsAdd another loss for the Red Sox this spring, who have now fallen in seven straight games. In this one, the offense had a few notably solid performances and the pitching wasn’t terrible, but one really bad outing really pushed this day over the edge. Oh, and J.D. Martinez was scratched shortly before first pitch. Cool day!J.D. Martinez scratched from starting lineupThe biggest piece of news from this game came before it even started. Originally, J.D. Martinez was pencilled in as the number three hitter and playing left field. However, he wouldn’t end up making the start there, instead getting scratched shortly before first pitch with a tight back. It’s unclear right now how serious this issue is — Alex Cora said Martinez will receive treatment on Thursday and they’ll move from there — but anyone who has had back issues knows they can certainly linger. Of course, I am not a professional athlete with a world-class training system, so perhaps using my personal experience here isn’t prudent. For now, there’s nothing we can do but wait for more news and hope for the best.Nathan Eovaldi solid in first outingAfter Wednesday’s game, all five members of the presumed Opening Day rotation have made starts for the Red Sox (Chris Sale’s was against minor-league competition), with Nathan Eovaldi being the last to take the mound. He got the start in this game and was fine. The good news is he didn’t allow many baserunners, giving up just a hit and a walk over his three innings of work. The bad news is that one hit was a solo home run off the bat of perfect on Wednesday, and when a team allows nine runs over the course of a spring training game it is rarely on just one guy. That is the case here, as all five Red Sox pitchers who recorded at least three outs allowed at least one run. However, Brian Johnson was clearly the worst pitcher for Boston in this one. The southpaw, who is probably going to start the sixth game of the season, came in for the fifth and was great there. He had an easy 1-2-3 inning in that frame with two ground outs and a strikeout. In the sixth, though, he got rocked. Johnson allowed a single and a double to start things off, then after a ground out he gave up an RBI single and a three-run home run. Just like that, a game that was tied at two at the start of the inning saw the Twins up by four. Johnson wouldn’t make it out of that inning, and after this four-run outings his spring ERA is up to 14.40 in five innings of work.Other NotesThere’s wasn’t a ton to write home about in this game for the lineup, but Blake Swihart continues to make his case to make the Opening Day roster. The catcher was one of two Red Sox players with multiple hits on Wednesday, going 2-3 with both hits being doubles. He’s now up to a 1.032 OPS this spring, and while results this time of year shoudn’t influence decisions much at all it’s certainly better for him to do this than to struggle.The other multi-hit game belonged to Xander Bogaerts, who went 2-2 with a pair of singles and a run scored. The Red Sox shortstop has been up and down this spring, but he’s got a solid .833 OPS.Jackie Bradley Jr. got off to a scorching start to 2019, but he’s cooled off in a big way of late. After mashing for his first three games, Bradley has now gone hitless in his last seven games. On Wednesday, he went 0-3 with two strikeouts. Colten Brewer came in after Eovaldi and he struggled a bit. After a leadoff double he was hurt by an error from Bogaerts, but he then followed that up with a ground out that results in an unearned run and he also hit a batter. Brewer certainly hasn’t been terrible this spring, but the righty hasn’t been great either and he may have had to be great to make the Opening Day roster.BOX