Bradley's three hits lift Pawtucket

No. 2 Red Sox prospect supplies three of his team's four hits

By Staff | August 26, 2013 11:53 PM ET

Boston's No. 2 prospect Jackie Bradley Jr. did it all for Pawtucket on Monday, accounting for three of the team's four hits and scoring the walkoff run in a 2-1 victory over Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Bradley was the only Red Sox hitter with a hit until the game's final at-bat, when Mark Hamilton plated the center fielder with a base hit to right. Bradley had doubled earlier in the inning.

The late rally cost Scranton/Wilkes-Barre starter Brett Marshall a potential victory. Marshall struck out nine over seven two-hit innings, dropping his ERA to 5.13. Boston's No. 3 prospect Allen Webster started for Pawtucket, allowing a run on two hits over eight innings.


Henry Urrutia hit a grand slam and drove in five for Norfolk in a 13-1 victory over Gwinnett. Urrutia's fourth-inning roundtripper was his second in Triple-A, and his 2-for-6 performance actually dropped his batting average to .352 in 22 International League games.

Yamaico Navarro added a two-run homer and finished with three RBIs, three runs and two walks. Alex Liddi had three hits, including two doubles, with an RBI and a run.


Kris Watts drove in three with his third International League homer as Syracuse pounded Rochester, 15-5. Watts hit his roundtripper in the first inning as the Chiefs jumped to a 6-0 lead.

Corey Brown also went yard for Syracuse, finishing with two RBIs, two runs and three walks. Danny Espinosa added three hits and two RBIs. For Rochester, Deibinson Romero and Eduardo Escobar both belted home runs.


Yoanner Negrin earned a complete-game victory for Iowa, holding Omaha to a run on six hits in a 2-1 victory. Negrin (4-6) struck out six and walked one, lowering his ERA to 4.06.

Ty Wright had three hits, including two doubles, with an RBI and a run for the Cubs out of the leadoff spot. Johnny Giavotella and Ben Broussard each had two hits for the Storm Chasers.


Anderson De La Rosa amassed four hits for Nashville as the Sounds downed the Oklahoma City RedHawks, 6-3. De La Rosa drove in one run and scored another, lifting his batting average to .275.

Josh Prince added a homer for the Sounds. For Oklahoma City, Houston's No. 3 prospect George Springer was 2-for-4 with a run and added his 43rd stolen base of the season. It was his 20th in 56 Triple-A games.


Chris Dominguez hit his 14th homer of the season as Fresno blanked Sacramento, 7-0. Dominguez finished 3-for-5 with two RBIs and two runs while raising his average to .298.

Juan Perez collected three hits and Ehire Adrianza and rehabbing Angel Pagan added two more apiece for the Grizzlies. For Sacramento, Jemile Weeks was 2-for-3 with a walk.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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