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May 17, 2014 at 9:30 AM

Mariners minor league report, May 17 — Rainiers’ struggle on pitching and defense continue

Class AAA Tacoma

The Rainiers struggled in a 11-5 loss to Sacramento. Starter Andrew Carraway never recorded an out, giving up seven runs in the first inning and Jesus Montero made two errors on one play. Xavier Avery and Jesus Sucre had two hits each for Tacoma.

Jabari Henry

Jabari Henry

Class AA Jackson

The Generals lost 10-2 to Montgomery as starting pitcher Matt Anderson struggled, giving up six runs on 10 hits in four innings pitched.

Class A High Desert

The Mavericks returned home Adelanto and their offense came back to life in a 10-3 win over Inland Empire. Dylan Unsworth got the win, going six innings and giving up two runs on six hits with seven strikeouts. Jabari Henry and Brock Hebert had three hits each in the win. From the notes: Henry has hit safely in 16 of his last 19 games batting .314 (22×70) with 21 runs scored, 3 doubles, 1 triple, 7 home runs, 21 RBI, 19 walks and 1 stolen base. Overall this season he has reached base safely in 23 of 25 games, including 18 games with at least 1 hit

Class A Clinton

The LumberKings were swept in a doubleheader by the Beloit Snappers by scores of 1-0 and 5-2.  Edwin Diaz took the loss in the opening game. He allowed just one run – a solo homer – in a 5 2/3 innings of work. The hard-throwing Diaz allowed four hits, walked two and struck out seven. In the nightcap, Austin Wilson drove in a pair of runs.

 

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