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The ALPB Bullpen, July 19, 2022

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Player Transfers: Southern Maryland LHP McKenzie Mills to Quintana Roo (Mexico)… Charleston RHP Tyler Wilson to Yucatan (Mexico)… Lancaster RHP Brooks Hall to the Mets.

Mid-Week Series Standouts: Dustin Woodcock (LI) set the league-high with three home runs vs. Lexington 7/13… His 12 total bases also tied the league-best for 2022… LAN’s Trayvon Robinson drove in nine runs in three games in a sweep of High Point… He was 4-for-12 with three home runs and a pair of four-RBI games… Lew Ford was 7-for-10 with a double, two home runs and three RBI vs. Lexington… Zach Collier (SMD) drove in six runs vs. SI (7/13)… Staten Island’s David Martinez threw seven innings of one-hit ball vs. Southern Maryland (7/14)… Nile Ball (LAN) threw six shutout innings vs. High Point (7/14).
Weekend Series Standouts: CWV’s Alfredo Gonzalez was 6-for-10 vs. Lancaster with four home runs and 10 RBI… LAN’s Trace Loehr drew nine walks in three games vs. CWV including league season-high five on 7/16 and scored seven runs in the series… Lexington’s Thomas Dorminy struck out eight and allowed just three hits over six innings at Gastonia 7/15… SI’s Eric Marinez fanned seven in 3.1 innings vs. York 7/16… KY’s Max Povse fanned eight in five innings while allowing just one hit vs. LI on 7/16.
Long At-Bats: A new season-best was set on 7/14 when LEX’s Pete Yorgen faced 15 pitches from LI’s Tyler Webb before lining out to left. 
Ford Oldest to Homer: Long Island’s Lew Ford hit homers vs. Lexington July 12 and 13 making him the oldest player in ALPB history to homer at 45 years, 11 months and 1 day... He broke the previous mark held by Rickey Henderson (Newark) who homered at 45 years, 6 months and 23 days on July 17, 2004.
Team Hitting: Lexington slammed six home runs in back-to-back games vs. Long Island (7/12 & 7/13) … SMD had four triples in a seven inning game vs. Staten Island 7/13… Lancaster scored eight times in the sixth inning of a 16-7 win over Charleston 7/16… Long Island put up eight runs in the second inning vs. LEX 7/12… Long Island hit a season-high five homers vs. Lexington 7/13.
Team Pitching: Genomes pitchers held Long Island to two hits in a 5-0 win on 7/15… York’s bullpen held Staten Island hitless over the final four innings as the Revs’ overcame a 5-1 deficit to win 6-5 on 7/17… WHG pitchers threw back-to-back shutouts vs. Long Island 7/15 & 7/16.
Batting Masters: High Point’s Zander Wiel had three hits and four RBI vs. Lancaster 7/12… Boog Powell (LEX) went 5-for-6 vs. Long Island (7/12)… SMD’s Michael Wielansky had four hits, four runs scored, a double and a pair of triples in an 18-1 win over Staten Island on July 13… Rusber Estrada of Lexington had four hits, two homers and three RBI vs. Long Island on 7/13… Shawon Dunston Jr. drove in five runs vs. Charleston 7/16… SI’s Joseph Monge had four hits including a double and a homer vs. York 7/16.
Streaks: LAN’s Melvin Mercedes is riding a 15-game hitting streak, the longest active in the ALPB… SI’s Victor Capellan has a 19-game/22-inning streak of not allowing an earned run.
League Leaders: There’s a three-way tie for the league lead in wins as Sam Bordner (GAS), McKenzie Mills (SMD) and Daryl Thompson (SMD) each have nine wins.
Records: Ricardo Cespedes had a 12-game hitting streak to set a Staten Island franchise record… York’s Carlos Franco set the club mark with his 25th home run as a left-handed hitter.
Grand Slams: LAN’s Trayvon Robinson vs. High Point on 7/14… Lexington’s Dwight Smith, Jr. vs. Long Island (7/12)… Charleston’s Alfredo Gonzales vs. Lancaster 7/16.
Walk-Offs: Gastonia’s Jake Skole hit a three-run homer to walk-off Lexington 4-1 on 7/15… York walked off Staten Island 6/17 on Melky Mesa’s single. 
Anomalies: Lexington has not hit a sac fly since June 16, a span of 31 games… The next longest streak is seven games for Charleston… Charleston pitchers walked 11 in back-to-back games at Lancaster 7/16 & 7/17.

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