August 8, 2014 (9 comments)
James Ramsey did not get off to the best start in his Cleveland career, but he did his best to erase those first five games Thursday night. Meanwhile, farther south, Logan Vick continued his Carolina renaissance as he keeps benefiting from some good fortune after some wretched BABIP luck earlier in the season. Finally, even farther south and out to the west, Sicnarf Loopstok did his best to force a season's worth of performance into two games. Join Jim Piascik as he recaps all this and much more as he takes you Around the Farm.
August 7, 2014 (0 comments)
Sometimes a team runs into a hot pitcher and there is nothing that can they can do. That was the case on Thursday night at Eastwood Field as the Mahoning Valley Scrappers were held to just two hits as the fell 4-0 to the Brooklyn Cyclones. The Scrappers, who entered the game average eight hits a game over their past ten, were limited to just two singles.
August 7, 2014 (13 comments)
No matter how many times it is said, patience is really the name of the game when it comes to prospects. Even when it comes to a second round pick like Mitch Brown, jumping ship after fewer than two full professional seasons makes no sense. Brown may not be a finished product, but most prospects are not; otherwise they would be in the major leagues. Prospects in Brown's position are looking for growth and he has definitely shown that this year. Join Jim Piascik as he recaps Brown's dominant outing, LeVon Washington's offensive outburst, and much more as he takes you Around the Farm.
August 6, 2014 (0 comments)
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers were forced to extra innings after the Brooklyn Cyclones even the game at one in the eighth inning, but ended up winning with a run in the bottom of the 12th inning. Mahoning Valley didn't have a single pitcher toss more than four innings, while just one of five pitchers tossed less than two. Greg Allen led the team with three hits.
August 4, 2014 (0 comments)
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers and the Vermont Lake Monsters held each other scoreless apart from a five-total-run fourth inning. Luckily for Mahoning Valley, the Scrappers had four of those runs as they beat the Lake Monsters, 4-1. Luis Gomez improved to 4-0 on the season with the win while Luke Eubank picked up the hold and J.P. Feyereisen got the save.
August 3, 2014 (0 comments)
One night after falling to the Vermont Lake Monsters on an unearned run, the Mahoning Valley Scrappers came out on Sunday afternoon and continued to kick the ball around. The Scrappers committed two more errors and dropped their second straight in Vermont and third-straight on the road trip by a 6-2 final.
August 3, 2014 (5 comments)
Not every night in the Cleveland organization can be filled with eye-catching performances, as sometimes each team has a collective down night. That was the case Saturday, but while any insane two-homer or nine-inning shutout outings were absent, there were still some interesting performances to behold. Join Arthur Kinney as he recaps those performances, including Zach Walters highlighting Around the Farm for the second straight night, and takes you Around the Farm.
August 2, 2014 (0 comments)
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers felt the effects of three long close games in Tri-City on Saturday night. The Scrappers came out flat and allowed 3 runs, only 2 earned in the 2nd inning on their way to a 3-2 loss.
August 1, 2014 (0 comments)
After two nights of back and forth nail biters, why would the Mahoning Valley Scrappers and Tri-City ValleyCats deliver anything less in the final game of their three game series. The Scrappers and ValleyCats each led at one point before entering the bottom of the 9th tied at 4. A one out, three run homerun from Terell Joyce would end the game and prevent the Scrappers attempt at a three game sweep.
August 1, 2014 (18 comments)
The trade deadline has come and gone with Cleveland adding to two interesting prospects to their farm system. James Ramsey and Zach Walters will make their organizational debuts in the coming days, but on Thursday, the stage was set for two players on the opposite ends of the prospect spectrum; one at the beginning and one near the end. Join Jim Piascik as he breaks down Bobby Bradley's season in the Arizona League, Adam Miller's shutdown outing in Akron, and much more as he takes you Around the Farm.
July 31, 2014 (0 comments)
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers were forced to extra innings, but managed to score in the top of the 10th, hoping to take the victory. The Tri-City ValleyCats answered in the bottom half, but Mahoning Valley still took the win after scoring in the 11th. Ramon Rodriguez was credited with both a blown save and the victory, while Justin Garcia tallied a hold.
July 31, 2014 (13 comments)
Duke von Schamann went seven scoreless innings for the RubberDucks. Jesus Aguilar combined a homer, a double, and two walks for the Clippers. Jerrud Sabourin did the same for the Mudcats. But despite a night chock full of elite performances, none topped Tyler Cloyd's no-hitter in Columbus. Join Jim Piascik as he recaps the very busy night in the organization and takes you Around the Farm.
July 31, 2014 (0 comments)
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers were outhit 8-6 by the Tri-City ValleyCats, but still pulled out a 1-0 win behind strong pitching and timely hitting. D'vone McClure scored the game's lone run in the seventh inning and talked one of six Mahoning Valley hits. Jordan Carter pitched five shutout innings, but Jose Zapata earned the win while J.P. Feyereisen got the save.
July 28, 2014 (0 comments)
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers saved their best for last on their way to a 3-2 come-from-behind victory against the State College Spikes. The Scrappers totaled just five hits, but managed a run in the sixth and two in the eighth to come back from a 2-0 deficit achieved in the third inning. Luis DeJesus got the win while Luke Eubank picked up the save.
July 27, 2014 (0 comments)
After a lighting delay during the game the Mahoning Valley Scrappers fought ferociously against the State a College Spikes, but fell short at the very end of the game. The Scrappers fought hard but could not come up with the hits to produce runs against the Sikes and ended the game with an 8-5 loss.
July 27, 2014 (9 comments)
Through his first five games at the Triple-A level, Francisco Lindor has fit right in. He took that to another level Saturday, launching his first two home runs as a Clipper. Arthur Kinney recaps Lindor's night and time in Columbus so far in addition to bringing you the action from around the organization. Join Arthur as he takes you Around the Farm.
July 26, 2014 (0 comments)
Baseball is a funny game where everything can change in a matters of seconds. It was never more apparent then on Saturday night in Williamsport. The Mahoning Valley Scrappers went 9 innings without a hit. Then in the top of the 10th inning the exploded for 4 runs on 5 hits to beat the Williamsport Crosscutters 5-1.
July 26, 2014 (0 comments)
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers went into their game on Friday night in Williamsport having stranded 9 runners on base in a 5-1 loss the night before. The offense made sure there was no repeat performance. The Scrappers pounded out 11 hits on their way to a 7-0 win over the Williamsport Crosscutters.
July 25, 2014 (6 comments)
Corey Kluber's dominant outing at the major league level may be (rightfully) getting most of the attention today, but the organization's starter one level down also made some noise Thursday. Toru Murata may not be having the best year, but you could not tell Thursday as the right-hander carried a no-hitter into the sixth inning. Join Jim Piascik as he recaps Murata's big night, takes a look at Carlos Moncrief's plate discipline this season, and much more as he takes you Around the Farm.
July 25, 2014 (0 comments)
The Mahoning Valley Scrappers took a 1-0 lead early, but gave up a pair in the third and three runs in the eighth on their way to a 5-1 loss against the Williamsport Crosscutters. Mahoning Valley was aided by two hits from Austin Fisher, but he found little help from the rest of the lineup. Juan Santana took the loss after giving up just two runs in five innings of work.