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Wednesday Red Sox Farm Report: Robby Scott continues to impress in Pawtucket

Connor Donahue
June 27, 2018 - 1:26 pm

Here is what happened in the Red Sox farm system on Wednesday.

TRIPLE-A PAWTUCKET RED SOX (38-38): L, 3-1 at Buffalo

-- Scheduled PawSox starter Justin Haley was called up to Boston to replace an injured Steven Wright, so reliever Fernandez Rodriguez Jr. made the spot-start in his place, giving up one run in three innings of work.

-- Reliever Robby Scott made an appearance, tossing two scoreless frames with a season-high 39 pitches. Scott has appeared in 26 games for the PawSox throwing just over 27 innings, he owns 1.32 ERA and 40 strikeouts.

-- 24-year-old second basemen Deiner Lopez launched a solo home run and a double in just his second Triple-A game.

DOUBLE-A PORTLAND SEA DOGS (29-47): L, 10-3 at New Hampshire

-- Lefty starter Kyle Hart allowed a career-high nine runs (six earned) in just over four innings of work. His record moved to 5-5 with a 3.72 ERA.

-- History was made for the opposition. Jonathan Davis of the New Hampshire Fisher Cats hit for the cycle, the first in team history.

-- Sea Dogs reliever Travis Lakins threw two scoreless innings. Lakins has not let up a run in all nine relief appearances he’s made this season.

HIGH-A SALEM RED SOX (35-38): L, 5-4 vs. Carolina

-- Shortstop C.J. Chatham led the Red Sox with a 3-for-5 day at the plate with an RBI. Chatham has batted .315 in 32 games with Salem since moving up from Greenville.

-- Starter Jake Thompson was knocked around for five runs (four earned) in his outing. He gave up seven hits and three walks in his five innings of work, striking out two.

-- Jared Oliver and Jake Cosart combined for four scoreless innings following Thompson’s departure, but the Red Sox couldn’t push the tying run across the plate.

SINGLE-A GREENVILLE DRIVE (27-48): L, 4-3 at Rome

-- A Lorenzo Cedroia RBI-double and a Ryan Fitzgerald two-run homer, his second of the season, gave the Drive a commanding 3-0 lead in the third, but the offense would stall out after that.

-- Starter Hildemaro Requena went six innings for the Drive giving up three earned on eight hits while fanning three. He received a no-decision while his ERA is now at 6.27.

-- Reliever Juan Florentino received the loss bringing his record to 5-2. Florentino gave up the game-winning run in just over one inning of work, his ERA now stands at 6.51.