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Saturday’s Big Three: Asher, Robinson, Cantwell

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On Saturday night, a trio of ‘Riders constituted a “Big Three” and keyed the team’s ninth inning victory over San Antonio. Alec Asher shut down the Missions for seven innings on the hill, Drew Robinson put the ‘Riders on the board and scored both runs for Frisco and Pat Cantwell knocked in the winning score with two outs in the bottom of the ninth. Click here to read the game recap.

Fortunately, Frisco's reincarnation of the "Big Three" did not include a dictator.

Fortunately, Frisco’s reincarnation of the “Big Three” did not include a dictator.

Star of the Game: RHP Alec Asher - 7.0IP, 0R, 5H, 0BB, 7K

Despite the impact of Cantwell and Robinson, Alec stands out as the Franklin D. Roosevelt of the Big Three. The starter guided the ‘Riders through seven innings of shutout baseball and blockaded the Missions every attempt to tally the scoreboard. Alec’s first three starts in July (all losses) are beginning to look like a mere blip on the radar of his season. The righty has been excellent over his last two outings with just one run allowed over his last 14 1/3 innings. When Alec hit Diego Goris with a pitch in the fifth inning, it marked the first hit batsman of the season for the native of Lakeland, Florida.

In case you missed it:

-Robinson’s seventh-inning homer was the lefty’s tenth of the season (an an opposite field shot at that). He joins current teammates Joey Gallo and Trever Adams, along with former mates Ryan Rua and Jake Smolinski, as members of the double digit home run club in 2014.

-Cantwell’s RBI walk-off came against Josh Geer, who made his first appearance out of the bullpen this season in his 21st outing. This will be the rare series in which Geer does not start a game against the ‘Riders.

-Odubel Herrera snapped out an 0-for-10 slump at the plate with a pair of singles. The Venezuelan is 16 plate appearances away from making his debut on the Texas League leader board for batting average, at which time he will likely have the highest qualified average in the league. Currently, ‘Dubel totes a .343 mark at the plate.

-Gallo watch: 0-for-3, BB, 2SO

Joey snapped his streak of four straight days with a home run. He hit a Mt. Everest popup in the fourth to shallow left center that was dropped by center fielder Cory Spangenberg. Trever Adams was on first base at the time and the Missions threw him out at second (Adams understandably thought Spangenberg would make the grab and stayed closer to first). As a result, Gallo reached first by way of an 8-4 fielder’s choice.

-A look at the RoughRiders home run leader board (active players only):

1. Joey Gallo (14)

2. Trever Adams (11)

3. Drew Robinson (10)

4. Teodoro Martinez (3)

5. Chris Grayson (2)

5. Jake Skole (2)

7. J.T. Wise (1)

7. Odubel Herrera (1)

7. Patrick Cantwell (1)

 

 

Minor League Field Coordinator Jace Tingler is in town for the Missions series and shares his perspective on the development of the RoughRiders as a team this season in the face of an abundance of roster moves throughout the year:

 

Thanks for tuning in,

-Chris V.

Early Start to Friday Night’s Fireworks

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In a game that resembled two installments of the previous series with Midland, the ‘Riders overcame an early deficit and finished strong to even the four-game run with San Antonio at one game apiece. Click here to read the game recap.

On July 22, the ‘Riders fell in an 0-2 hole in the first inning, but rallied to win handily down the stretch 8-3 over the ‘Hounds. The following night, Midland took a 2-1 lead until Frisco squared the score at 2-2 in the fourth. After the teams swapped runs in the seventh, a ninth inning home run by Joey Gallo catapulted the RoughRiders to a 5-3 victory.

Friday’s showdown blended the two aforementioned contests. Again, the ‘Riders faced an early hole, but reset the game at 3-3 in the third inning via another Gallo long ball. Frisco and San Antonio exchanged runs in the seventh and another late home run, this one by J.T. Wise in the bottom of the eighth, pushed the horsemen over the top.

Star of the Game: J.T. Wise - 1/4, R, HR, 3RBI

With two outs and two on, Wise took a hanging 2-2 slider from Michael Dimock and pinged it off the roof of the WinStar Diamond Deck in the left field corner to give the ‘Riders a late 7-4 lead. The recent acquisition from the independent ranks walked up with a chip on his shoulder because the Missions had intentionally walked Joey Gallo in the previous plate appearance to pitch to Wise. Oops. The native of Apopka, Florida belted his first homer with the ‘Riders in his 12th game with the club. Wise is batting 14-for-46(.304 average) with seven runs, five doubles and 11 RBI.

In case you missed it:

-Doubles for Trever Adams have become as routine as home runs for Gallo. Adams doubled for the third straight game and now sits at 25 two-baggers this season, third-most in the Texas League. The righty also scored his team-leading 49th run of the year.

-Will Lamb saved his third game for the ‘Riders. He faced the minimum in the ninth and struck out Lee Orr on a fastball.

-Hanser Alberto tallied a multi-hit game for the third time in the last four night. He also had multiple RBI for the second time over that stretch.

-For the second night in a row, the ‘Riders faced a pitcher they had seen on another team in the Texas League this season. RHP Michael Dimock, renowned across the league for his Rollie Fingers mustache, gave up the go-ahead home run to Wise in the eighth and took the loss. Dimock began the season in the Astros organization with Corpus Christi, but was traded to the Padres organization on June 25 in exchange for fellow righty Miguel Severino.

-Gallo watch: 1-for-3, 2R, HR, 2RBI, IBB

Joey homered for the fourth day in a row as he flicked a pitch left outside to the opposite field in the third inning. Joey now has 35 home runs on the season and 14 with the ‘Riders. He is three home runs off the Texas League lead and paces all of professional baseball in total long balls in 2014.

-A look at the RoughRiders home run leader board (active players only):

1. Joey Gallo (14)

2. Trever Adams (11)

3. Drew Robinson (9)

4. Teodoro Martinez (3)

5. Chris Grayson (2)

5. Jake Skole (2)

7. J.T. Wise (1)

7. Odubel Herrera (1)

7. Patrick Cantwell (1)

 

 

The ‘Riders paid tribute to Mike Coolbaugh last night in the first ever Mike Coolbaugh Day at Dr Pepper Ballpark. The Tulsa Drillers assistant coach tragically lost his life when struck by a foul ball on July 22, 2007. RoughRiders’ first base coach James Vilade is a board director of Diamond Dreams, the nonprofit organization created in Mike’s memory. He details his involvement in Diamond Dreams, its mission and the steps taken to make Mike Coolbaugh Day a reality:

 

Thanks for tuning in,

-Chris V.

They Came to Play

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The RoughRiders earned the right to feel good about themselves after they emerged from the Permian basin as winners of 3-of-4. While the pitching battled itself at times as much as Midland’s potent lineup (season-high 11 walks on Wednesday), the offense shelled the RockHounds for 44 hits and 25 runs. Click here to read the game recap.

Star of the Game(s): 1B Joey Gallo - 1/4, R, HR, 2RBI, BB, 2SO

Impossible to ignore Joey for the second straight night after he knocked game-winning home run with two outs in the top of the ninth in a tie ballgame. The 20-year-old moves into a tie for the minor league home run lead with friend Kris Bryant, each with 33 jacks on the season. Joey also moves into a tie for fifth in the Texas League with 12 home runs. The T.L. is paced by Preston Tucker’s 17. However, with Tucker now in Triple-A, the active leader is Corpus Christi’s Telvin Nash with 15.

In case you missed it:

-Patrick Cantwell finished 0-for-2 with two runs, a walk and two hit-by-pitches. He also reached on an error.

-Cantwell leads the Texas League with 13 hit-by-pitches this season.

-Another double for Trever Adams places him in third place in the Texas League with 23 two-baggers this season. Arkansas’ Alex Yarbrough leads the league with 33.

-J.T. Wise raised his batting average 88 points after a 4-for-4 night in game two of the double header on Tuesday.

-Gallo watch: See above

-A look at the RoughRiders home run leader board (active players only):

1. Joey Gallo (12)

2. Trever Adams (11)

3. Drew Robinson (9)

4. Teodoro Martinez (3)

5. Chris Grayson (2)

5. Jake Skole (2)

7. Odubel Herrera (1)

7. Patrick Cantwell (1)

 

 

Alex Claudio joins the RoughRiders PreGame Show and talks about his Reliever of the Month honors in June and his experiences as a new father. Special thanks to Guilder Rodriguez for translating:

 

Thanks for tuning in,

-Chris V.

This Split Tastes Pretty Good

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The RoughRiders earned the doubleheader split on Tuesday the hard way. After Midland usurped the ‘Riders with a Dusty Coleman two-run home run in the bottom of the sixth (remember, they only play seven innings in a twin bill) to win 7-6, Frisco buckled the chinstrap and won 8-3 in game two. In both cases, the ‘Riders fell behind in the first inning and rallied to take the lead. Their lead in game two stuck and although the squad  the RoughRiders are faced with a rare opportunity to win a series in west Texas. Click here to read the two-game recap.

Star of the Game(s): 3B/DH Joey Gallo - 4/7, R, HR, 5RBI, 2SO

Joey gave Midland fits on Tuesday as he through, over and away from its defensive shift. His two-run home run in game one kicked off a five-run inning for the RoughRiders and he racked up three singles and three RBI in the second half of the double header. The Futures Game MVP smacked his first dinger since July 7 (a drought of nine games because of the time he missed in Minneapolis).

His home run totals now read 32 on the season and 11 with Frisco. Joey still trails Kris Bryant by one in the race for the overall lead in Minor League Baseball and he moves into a tie with Trever Adams for most on the team. The slugger still leads the Carolina League in homers by six. Preston Tucker sits atop the Texas League in home runs with 17, but he now plays in the Triple-A ranks. In short, it is entirely conceivable for Joey to win home run titles in two leagues this season.

In case you missed it:

-Honorable mention needs to go to J.T. Wise. The former Wichita Wingnut saw action at catcher in the second game and was not retired at the dish. Wise hit 4-for-4 with a double and three runs scored and raised his batting average by 88 points.

-Another shout-out is awarded to RHP Brodie Downs. The new 35-year-old tossed a scoreless fourth inning in game two and earned his first win with a major league affiliate since August 4, 2009.

-The RoughRiders have racked up 20 runs and 36 hits in the first three games of this series.

-Gallo watch: See above

-A look at the RoughRiders home run board (active players only):

1. Trever Adams (11)

1. Joey Gallo (11)

3. Drew Robinson (9)

4. Teodoro Martinez (3)

5. Chris Grayson (2)

6. Jake Skole (2)

7. Odubel Herrera (1)

8. Patrick Cantwell (1)

 

 

After earning Minor League Pitcher of the Month recognition from the Rangers, Alec faced adversity in the month of July, losing his first three decisions. The righty responded against the Midland RockHounds on July 21 and allowed just one run and five hits over 7 1/3 innings.

 

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-Chris V.

Finally, A Big Inning

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Facing the hottest team in the Texas League, the RoughRiders were able to generate the big inning offensively, using a four-run frame to oust the Midland RockHounds. The Hounds won 14 of their first 17 games in July and had taken five straight off Frisco at Security Bank Ballpark. It was the first time since July 13, in an 11-2 demolition of San Antonio, the ‘Riders scored more than two runs in a single frame. Click here to read the full game recap.

Star of the Game: 1B Trever Adams - 3/5, R, HR, 3RBI, SO

Trever asserted himself at the plate on Monday as he tallied his second home run and his second multi-hit game in the past six games. It was his first three-hit night since June 19. The Nebraskan continues to display consistency at the plate and has not posted a hitless streak of more than two games since April 28-May 3. In the face of the dog days of summer, Trever still has not had back-to-back games with out a base knock in the second half of the season, which began June 17. The righty leads the team in the following categories as of July 21:

  • Games played: 87
  • At-bats: 332
  • Runs: 47
  • Hits: 91
  • Doubles: 21 (tied for third in the Texas League)
  • Home runs: 11
  • RBI: 44
  • Total bases: 147

In case you missed it:

-Patrick Cantwell also had a three-hit outing and finished with a run, a double and two RBI. It was the fourth three-hit night of the season for the ‘Riders backstop. Patrick also raised his batting average to a season-high .259 as his offensive production continues to improve.

-Alec Asher regained the form that made him the Rangers Minor League Pitcher of the Month in June. After he dropped his first three decisions in July, the right-hander pitched into the eighth inning on Monday and allowed just one run on five hits with one walk and four strikeouts. He threw just 88 pitches and 58 for strikes.

-The RoughRiders outhit Midland 16-6 and came one knock shy of tying their season high of 17 hits in a game.

-In a strange sequence, the RockHounds lost both their hitting coach Webster Garrison and their field manager Aaron Nieckula within a span of a few minutes in the fifth inning. Garrison had been barking from the dugout at home plate umpire Clay Park all game and finally received his exit papers. Interestingly enough, it came in the top of the frame with the ‘Riders at the plate. Nieckula grew hot under the collar with his hitting coach ejected and joined him in the locker room shortly thereafter.

-Gallo watch: 2-for-3, R, 2B, SAC, BB, SO

That’s no typo. Joey dropped the first sacrifice bunt of his professional career to advance Trever Adams up to second base in the second inning. The double in the fourth was his eighth with the RoughRiders and 17th of the season.

-Midland’s Jeremy Barfield started the game in right field and took the mound to pitch in the ninth inning. The hulking right-hander spent a portion of last season in extended spring training as part of his conversion process and began the 2014 campaign with Advanced-A Stockton. He made his Double-A pitching debut and picked up two strikeouts in a perfect ninth inning. At the plate, Barfield went 0-for-4 with three strikeouts.

-We take another look at the RoughRiders home run board (active players only):

  1. Trever Adams (11)
  2. Joey Gallo (10)
  3. Drew Robinson (9)
  4. Teodoro Martinez (3)
  5. Chris Grayson (2)
  6. Jake Skole (2)
  7. Odubel Herrera (1)
  8. Patrick Cantwell (1)

 

 

Ryan Rodebaugh is in fine fettle once again after a week on the disabled list with a stomach virus. Rodey missed the team’s last trip to San Antonio and tells us he couldn’t even leave his apartment for a stretch of a few days. No more information necessary. In his return to the bump on July 19, the right-hander sat down three men on strikes for a perfect sixth inning that lasted just 12 pitches as part of a 2-1 win over Corpus Christi.

 

Thanks for tuning in,

-Chris V.

Power Surge

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With their backs to the elimination wall in the series with Northwest Arkansas, the RoughRiders turned in a total team effort (good pitching + timely hitting) to knock off the Nats 6-1 on Monday. Click here to read the full game recap.

Thankfully, ‘Riders Wrecker Lane Adams was not in the starting lineup to challenge Frisco’s control of the game, which began immediately in the first inning thanks to two solo home runs.

Star of the Game: RHP Alex Gonzalez – 5 1/3IP, 2H, R, 2BB, 5K

Chi Chi found the form from his Double-A debut against Midland on June 10 with the best outing of his last five starts. The righty retired the first ten batters he faced and did not allow an extra-base hit. After he left with one out and one on in the sixth inning, a platoon force of Kyle Lotzkar (1 1/3IP), Wilmer Font (1/3IP), Ryan Rodebaugh (1IP) and Keone Kela (1IP) surrendered one hit and three walks the rest of the way.

In case you missed it:

-The RoughRiders hit three home runs in a single game for the first time since May 29 in a 13-4 win over the Tulsa Drillers when Odubel Herrera, Chris Grayson and Ryan Rua each went yard.

-On Monday, Drew Robinson (8), Trever Adams (9) and Joey Gallo (10) hit their eighth, ninth and tenth home runs of the season with the RoughRiders, respectively.

-Gallo watch: 2-for-4, R, 2B, HR, RBI, 2SO

Joey iced the game with a titanic blast to center field. The Northwest Arkansas grounds crew planned to measure the distance the ball traveled. Through 25 games at the Double-A level, Joey bats .298 (28-for-94) with 19 runs, seven doubles, ten home runs, 23 RBI, 13 walks and 46 strikeouts. His slash line reads .298/.389/.691/1.080. Nice.

-Robinson’s solo home run in the first inning gave the ‘Riders their first lead of the series.

-Robinson and Jake Skole each played in five of the six games on the road trip and registered at least one base hit every time in the lineup.

Home Run List (current players):

1. Joey Gallo – 10

2. Trever Adams – 9

3. Drew Robinson – 8

4. Teodoro Martinez – 3

5. Jake Skole – 2

5. Tomás Telis – 2

7. Patrick Cantwell – 1

7. Chris Grayson – 1

7. Odubel Herrera – 1

 

 

Hanser Alberto is back for a second run with the ‘Riders after 100 games played in 2013. The shortstop put in a solid first half with Myrtle Beach and hopes to build on that momentum the second time ’round the Texas League circuit:

Thanks for tuning in,

-Chris V.

Happy Fourth of July!

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Frisco fell behind 5-1 after a rough third inning, but chipped away at the deficit and stormed ahead with a monster five-run seventh. Click here to read the full game recap.

Star of the Game: 2B Odubel Herrera - 2/4, 2R, 3RBI, BB, SB

Odubel continues to knock the cover off the cowhide and extended his hit streak to ten games on Friday. On U.S. Independence Day, the Venezuelan drove in the first run of the game and later tied the game at 5-5 to cap a four-run rally. ‘Dubel is clobbering at a .352 clip in the Texas League this season (43 games) and at an astronomical .421 rate over his last ten games. With the ‘Riders, the southpaw has 18 runs, eight doubles, two triples, one home run and 25 RBI.

In case you missed it:

-The RoughRiders are undefeated in the state of Arkansas this season with a perfect 9-0 record.

-The ‘Riders also won their fourth straight game for the first time since May 29.

-Friday’s four-run rally marked the second time this season the ‘Riders overcame such a deficit and went on to win the ballgame. The first instance occurred way back on April 10 in an 11-7 win over the Northwest Arkansas Naturals. Frisco fell behind 4-0 in the first inning, tied the game at four in the top of the third and then fell behind 7-4 in the fourth. It was all RoughRiders the rest of the way, however, as they scored seven unanswered to win their second straight in what would become a ten-game winning streak. The ‘Riders smashed four home runs in the game (Jordan Brown, Drew Robinson, Trever Adams, Ryan Rua) and Rougned Odor finished 2-for-5 with a run scored.

-Gallo watch: 2-for-4, R, IBB, 2K

Joey drew his first intentional walk in the Texas League in a move that backfired on the Travelers. He rebounded nicely after striking out in his first two at-bats of the night.

-Patrick Cantwell was hit by a pitch for the tenth time this season (most on the team) when Drew Rucinski plunked him on the left wrist in the fifth inning.

-Tomás Telis’ entered the game with his batting average below .300 for the first time since May 4, a streak of 46 games.

-Wilmer Font earned his first win on the mound since April 17 against Corpus Christi.

 

 

One day after Edwar Cabrera tossed eight innings of shutout baseball, the southpaw regales his longest outing of the season with Alex on the Pregame Show. Interestingly enough, the last time Cabrera threw that many frames also came against the Travelers but in 2012 when he belonged to the Colorado Rockies organization (Tulsa Drillers). Edwar admits lobbying Jason Wood to pitch the ninth, but respects his skipper’s decision:

Thanks for tuning in,

-Chris V.

‘Riders Rewind – June 20

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Highlights from Frisco’s 4-1 loss to Corpus Christi on Friday. The RoughRiders have now lost four of their last five games. Click here to read the full game recap.

Star of the Game: 2B Odubel Herrera – 3/4, 2B

Odubel’s focus remains razor sharp at the plate as he and teammate Trever Adams were the only ‘Riders with multiple hits on Friday (and no strikeouts, either). The Venezuelan is hitting .319 this season, but . 339 with the Frisco through 32 games. He also has 9 doubles and 29 RBI on the season. Equally impressive is Odubel’s strikeout-to-walk rate: the southpaw has 28 free trips and just 41 whiffs in 2014.

In case you missed it:

-The Hooks registered 12 singles and no extra-base hits in the game.

-Trever Adams went 2-for-3 with a ground-rule double and a walk for his third straight multi-hit game.

-Gallo watch: 1-for-4, R, HR, RBI, 3K - Gallo launched his first home run since June 13 when he took a hanging breaking ball to left-center field in the second inning.

Newcomer Will Lamb makes his debut on the RoughRiders Pregame Show. The lefty aspires to own the best (worst?) mustache in the Texas League and has an equally filthy fastball:

Thanks for tuning in,

-Chris V.

 

‘Riders Rewind – May 23

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The RoughRiders boatraced the Tulsa Drillers 13-0 on Friday night to take the series over their north division opponent. Click here to read the full game recap.

Pitching remained the prominent storyline throughout the three-game set. Both teams had it on Wednesday, the Drillers dominated on Thursday with Jon Gray, and the ‘Riders flexed their muscle in the finale as Luke Jackson and Jimmy Reyes shut out the Rockies’ Double-A affiliate and allowed just four hits.

While the arms were the overarching theme of the series, the RoughRiders’ bats stole the show on FFN (Friday Fireworks Night). The ‘Riders rocked the Drillers for 13 hits and drew seven walks. Every man in the order reached base for Frisco, seven different players recorded hits and seven men scored a run.

In case you missed it: Trever Adams and Jake Smolinski swapped positions in the ninth inning. Adams moved out to left field and Smolinksi appeared at first base. It was the first time this season Smolinski played in the infield. He had been fielding ground balls and throws from second base during batting practice before the game, and in the wake of his team’s 13-run lead, received some in-game experience at first. He didn’t record a putout, however, as Reyes retired the Drillers on a popout and two strikeouts.

Star of the Game: 1B Trever Adams - 2/3, GS HR, 3R, 6RBI, BB, SF

It would have been larceny to deprive Adams of his second consecutive “Star of the Game” designation after his performance on Friday. The 6-foot 200 pound right-hander turned in perhaps the best single-game hitting performance of the season for the RoughRiders (fans could make an argument for Rougned Odor’s showing on April 12: 4/6, 2HR, 2B, 4R, 3RBI, SB).

Adams blew the game open with his grand slam in the fourth inning off Ryan Arrowood. The blast capped a five-run fourth inning for the RoughRiders, who took a 9-0 lead and coasted the rest of the way. The 25-year-old hit the first grand slam of the season for Frisco and vaulted himself into a tie with Smolinski for most RBI on the team (24). Adams set a new single-game career high with a half-dozen runs driven in and also owns the high-water mark on the team in the same respect.

Honorable mention: I can’t sign off on this post without acknowledging two other key players in the lineup last night. Guilder Rodriguez has been resurgent since his return to the RoughRiders on May 14. On Friday, G-Rod went 2-for-3 with two runs and two walks. He scored the first run of the game and the first run of what became a five-run fourth inning for the ‘Riders. The Venezuelan is batting 8-for-21 in his second stint with the club this year.

Patrick Cantwell built on the momentum accrued from his solo home run on Wednesday. The backstop registered his first three-hit game of the season, scored two runs and drove in two more. He cracked his third double of the season in the third inning and would eventually hit in– you guessed it–three straight innings as the offense rolled through the middle part of the contest.

 

 

Enjoy the highlights and thanks for tuning in.

-Chris V.

 

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