High A Dish: Anderson Leads Hit Parade

California League

Prospect Of The Day

Lancaster (Red Sox) first baseman Lars Anderson powered his team to 21 hits yesterday, going 3-for-6 himself. He scored three runs and had three RBIs and added his ninth home run of the season in the 12-9 win over High Desert (Mariners).

Prospect Nuggets

Stockton (Athletics) first baseman Sean Doolittle was 1-for-4 with his 17th home run in a ninth-inning win over Modesto (Rockies)…Inland Empire lefthander James Adkins tossed seven innings, allowing just one run on eight hits to pick up his fourth win of the season…High Desert shortstop Carlos Triunfel was 2-for-4 with an RBI, run scored and his 10th double.
What To Watch For Today

San Jose (Giants) righthander Henry Sosa will try to improve upon his 2-1, 2.25 mark against Bakersfield (Rangers) tonight.

Carolina League

Prospect Of The Day

Myrtle Beach (Braves) catcher Tyler Flowers did most of the damage in the Pelicans’ 4-2 win over Frederick (Orioles). He went 3-for-4 with two doubles, two runs and an RBI. The two doubles gave him 15 for the year.

Prospect Nuggets

Frederick righthander Pedro Beato was roughed up again for his third loss, tossing six innings and allowing four runs on nine hits and one walk while striking out three…Lynchburg (Pirates) lefthander Daniel Moskos earned his seventh win by allowing three runs on seven hits over five innings. He walked one, struck out three and is now 7-4, 4.86…Kinston (Indians) shortstop Carlos Rivero was 2-for-3 with a double and RBI, but the Indians were routed by Potomac 17-3. All 17 runs came in the first four innings off of two Kinston pitchers.

What To Watch For Today

Wilmington (Royals) righthander Edward Cegarra hasn’t had quite the same success as he had in low Class A, but he’s still keeping the walk totals down. He starts again today against Lynchburg with a 2-3, 4.71 record.

Florida State League

Only one game was played yesterday, with Palm Beach (Cardinals) beating Tampa (Yankees) 4-3. There wasn’t much worth mentioning, but Tampa lefthander Michael Dunn pitched five innings, allowing three runs on four hits and three walks. He struck out five and fell to 3-4, 4.24.

Deolis Guerra will make a start against the Yankees today. He is 7-4, 4.84 on the year.

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