RHP Kyle Glogoski, 20-year-old New Zealand native, continues to dominate for BlueClaws

Lehigh Valley, International League North Division

**IronPigs (28–28) slipped to .500 with their sixth loss in the last seven games, 13–2, to visiting Pawtucket. The Red Sox scored 11 runs over the last four innings . . . Drew Anderson (0–5), 7:05 tonight vs. Pawtucket.

Pitching: Six pitchers, including infielder Jose Anteguera who was on the hill in the ninth, were tagged for 13 hits and charged with 10 walks. No one had a hitless or scoreless outing . . . LP: starter Enyel De Los Santos (2–2), 3.2–2–1–1–3–3.

Hitting: Pigs had nine singles, one double and one walk . . . DH Rob Brantly, 4–4, run . . . SS Malquin Canelo, 2–4, run, double (15) . . . 1B Andrew Romine, 2–5, RBI.


OF Jan Hernandez, reinstated from the IL.

Reading, Eastern League Eastern Division

**Fightin Phils (31–24) out-hit Akron, 5–3, but were shut out by the RubberDucks, 2–0 . . . Game was delayed an hour at the outset by rain . . . Ramon Rosso (3–2), 7:05 tonight in Akron in the series finale . . . Reading is in fourth place, 2.5 games out of first with 12 games remaining in the first half.

Pitching: Starter Mauricio Llovera, LP: (2–2), 6–3–2–2–2–8, two wild pitches . . . Jakob Hernandez, 2–0–0–0–0–2.

Hitting: Five different players had one hit each while two others drew a walk each . . . RF Grenny Cumana, 0–4; hitting streak ended at 10 games.

Clearwater, Florida State League North Division

**Threshers (31–28) lost their first game to the Jupiter Hammerheads, 1–0, getting only two hits. Clearwater won the first six games . . . Ethan Evanko (2–0), 7 p.m. series finale today, the final meeting between the two clubs.

Pitching: SS Demetrius Sims homered off loser Julian Garcia leading off the third inning for the lone run. Garcia (4–4), 6–4–1–1–3–6, two wild pitches . . . Zach Warren, 2–0–0–0–0–3 . . . Grant Dyer, 1–1–0–0–0–2 . . . 11 strikeouts boosted the staff’s league-leading total to 589.

Hitting: SS Nick Maton and LF Ben Aklinski each had a single . . . Maton and CF Simon Muzziotti each walked; Muzziotti stole his ninth base . . . Clearwater streak of 33 consecutive games with an extra-base hit came to an end.

Lakewood, South Atlantic League North Division

**BlueClaws (21–37) blanked the Hagerstown Suns for the second straight game, this time, 3–0. In sweeping the three-game series, Lakewood improved its record over the Suns to 9–3 . . . Greensboro follows for a five-game series in four days. Dominic Pipkin (2–1). 7:05 tonight in the series opener.

Pitching: Two pitchers combined to shut out the Suns on two doubles; Claws fourth shutout of the season . . . ND for starter Kyle Glogoski, 5–2–0–0–0–6 and a hit batter; lowered ERA to 0.76; in 23.2 innings, he’s allowed two earned runs while striking out 39 . . . WP: Tyler McKay (2–3), 4–0–0–0–1–2.

Hitting: Lakewood won, 1–0, the previous game getting only three hits. Yesterday, they had four hits, including a pair of triples . . . C Rafael Marchan’s RBI single gave the Claws a 1–0 lead in the sixth . . . RBI triples by RF Carlos De La Cruz and Yerwin Trejo added two more runs in the next inning. De La Cruz was 2–3.


**New York-Penn League (Williamsport Crosscutters) season opens June 14.

**Gulf Coast League season opens June 24 at Carpenter Complex. Phillies again will field two teams, East and West.

(Transactions, courtesy phuturephillies.com)



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Larry Shenk offers insight into the past, present-day and future of his beloved Phillies.