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Monday Red Sox Farm Report: Bobby Dalbec hits 2 homers in 2nd game with Sea Dogs

Connor Donahue
August 06, 2018 - 9:48 am

Here’s what happened in the Red Sox farm system on Sunday.

TRIPLE-A PAWTUCKET RED SOX (51-60): L, 6-3 vs Rochester

-- PawSox first baseman Josh Ockimey launched his second home run in his third game since his promotion to Pawtucket. He hit 15 homers in Portland.

-- Reliever Travis Lakins cruised through a scoreless inning while retiring three straight in his second outing at the Triple-A level.

-- Starter Justin Haley tossed six innings, giving up three runs and striking out seven.

DOUBLE-A PORTLAND SEA DOGS (46-65): W, 7-3 vs Richmond

-- Bobby Dalbec, playing in his second game since being promoted to Portland, launched his first two home runs for the Sea Dogs. Between Salem and Portland, he now has 28 on the season.

-- Teddy Stankiewicz allowed three runs on six hits in seven innings while striking out six. His record now sits at 7-9.

-- Along with Dalbec, Luke Tendler and Jeremy Rivera each tallied two hits for Portland.

HIGH-A SALEM RED SOX (52-58): W, 7-5 at Carolina

-- Starter Denyi Reyes impressed in his Salem debut, throwing just under six full innings of scoreless-baseball allowing just four hits.

-- Third baseman Josh Tobias hit a homer both sides of the plate, becoming the second player in the Salem Red Sox era (2009-present) to accomplish the feat.

-- The Mudcats came storming back in the ninth, scoring five runs off reliever Joan Martinez before closer Algenis Martinez came in to save the win.

SINGLE-A GREENVILLE DRIVE (42-56): W, 9-2 vs Rome

-- The Drive exploded for a season-high 19 hits in the win.

-- Jarren Durran led the charge going 5-for-5. He’s now batting .588 in his four games with the Drive.

-- Tanner Nishioka launched two home runs, he finished with three hits and three RBI’s.


-- Starter Thad Ward went just three innings with one earned, two hits and three walks.

-- Reliever Hunter Haworth came in and threw four innings of one-run relief to keep the contest close.

-- The Spinners mustered seven hits but left nine on base and failed to get a run on the board.

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