Royals Minor League report: July 21

Royals Minor League report: July 21

Royals Minor League report: July 21

Omaha Storm Chasers (47-54)

Omaha 8, Albuquerque 6
WP: Francisley Bueno (2-3)
SV: Michael Mariot (7)
HR: Anthony Seratelli (10)

Omaha scored two in the ninth to finish with a 3-1 mark at Albuquerque. Quintin Berry singled home Paulo Orlando for the go-ahead run, then scored on a Mitch Canham double. Berry recorded three hits and three RBIs. Seratelli hit his second home run in as many days. He's batting .414 (12-for-29) over his last 10 games. Starter Chris Dwyer allowed three runs, six hits and three walks over six innings.

NW Arkansas Naturals (17-13 second half, 42-58 overall)

NW Arkansas 5, Springfield 4
WP: Jon Keck (1-3)
HR: None

The Naturals completed a four-game sweep of Springfield in walk-off fashion. Northwest Arkansas scored twice in the ninth, with both runs on wild pitches. Rey Navarro and Whit Merrifield posted two hits apiece. Springfield scored four runs in the fifth off of Brooks Pounders, who fanned five over five innings with three hits and three walks. Jason Bergmann and Keck each tossed two scoreless innings.

Wilmington Blue Rocks (14-15 second half, 47-52 overall)

Carolina 8, Wilmington 3
LP: Kellen Moen (1-4)
HR: None

Wilmington dropped the opener at Carolina. The Mudcats solved Moen for eight runs over four-plus innings. Cory Hall followed with three scoreless innings. Leadoff batter Justin Trapp was 2-for-4 with a walk and an RBI.

Lexington Legends (19-9 second half, 52-44 overall)

Lexington 2, Greenville 0
WP: Clayton Schulz (2-3)
SV: John Walter (4)
HR: Fred Ford (10)

The Legends have won seven straight. Daniel Stumpf scattered five hits and four walks over six innings. Schulz (one inning, one hit) and Walter (one inning) completed the shutout. Ford led off the eighth with a home run. Raul Mondesi doubled in the second run.

Idaho Falls Chukars (13-17)

Missoula 11, Idaho Falls 8
WP: Carlos Hernandez (2-2)
HR: Hunter Dozier (3), Zane Evans (1)

Idaho Falls scored four in the ninth before falling short at home. A first-round Draft pick in 2013, Dozier recorded an RBI double and a two-run homer. Fourth-round selection Evans hit his first professional home run, finishing 3-for-5 with three runs scored.

Burlington Royals (13-16)

Pulaski 5, Burlington 2
LP: Kevin McCarthy (2-1)
HR: Tyler Chism (2)

Burlington dropped to 1-1 against Pulaski. Starter McCarthy allowed four runs and nine hits over four innings. Niklas Stephenson followed with three scoreless innings. Chism hit his second home run in his last four games. He has hit safely in all six games since joining Burlington from Wilmington.

Surprise Royals (10-15)

Surprise 5, Arizona Angels 4
WP: Tripp Davis (2-1)
HR: Brawlun Gomez (3)

Surprise walked off in the 10th as Gomez raced home on a wild pitch. Gomez was 4-for-5, needing only a triple to complete the cycle. He's batting .458 (11-for-24) since July 12. Davis pitched two scoreless innings for the win.