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Game Notes vs. Sacramento

August 17, 2019 - Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Reno Aces News Release

After dropping game two of the series, the Aces will look to rebound with Bradin Hagens on the hill. He's made two starts this season and made 18 appearances for Reno overall entering the game with a 3-0 record and 5.67 ERA. He has two starts and one outing in relief against the River Cats over his professional baseball career. Hagens made two starts in 2014 against Sacramento going 0-1 over 10.2 innings pitched while allowing six earned runs on 10 hits. In 2018, the righty made an appearance out of the bullpen versus the club throwing three scoreless innings. His career ERA against the River Cats is 3.95. Sac Town will look for a game-three victory with Conner Menez toeing the rubber. The lefty last faced Reno on July 6 at Greater Nevada Field earning a win against the Aces throwing six scoreless innings while scattering three hits. The Aces trail the River Cats by seven games in the division with 18 games left but still six head-to-head contests scheduled in 2019.

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Notes:

Congrats Joel!:

The Arizona Diamondbacks recalled pitchers Joel Payamps and Taylor Clarke prior to tonight's game. Clarke is scheduled to start against the San Francisco Giants tonight in Arizona. For Payamps, it is his first Major League call up! The righty from the Dominican Republic was 2-2 with a 4.21 ERA over 36.1 innings pitched and seven starts for the Aces prior to his call up. Hitters batted .259 this season off Payamps and he held a 1.38 WHIP. His best start came on August 1 when he went seven innings in a win against the Iowa Cubs allowing just one run on one hit.

Welcome Back: The Aces welcomed back Tim Locastro and Caleb Joseph back into their lineup yesterday. It was Locastro's first game for Reno since May 22 after nearly three months with Arizona. It was Joseph's first game since July 15 after a stint on the injured list. Locastro went 2-for-5 yesterday with a run scored while Joseph went 2-for-4 with two RBIs.

Yastrzemski: Not only will the River Cats and Aces be squaring off tonight in game three of the series, but so will the San Francisco Giants and Arizona Diamondbacks. The Giants have taken both games of the four-game set so far in Arizona. Rookie outfielder Mike Yastrzemski went deep three times including the eventual game winning homer in extra innings during the Giants' 10-9 win Friday. He now has 16 on the season. With Yaz's first three-homer performance, he matched his Hall of Fame grandfather, Carl Yastrzemski in career three home run games. Since Mike Yastrzemski's first dinger on May 31, he has more homers than some of the best in the game; Javy Baez (15), Nolan Arenado (13), Mookie Betts (12), and Alex Bregman (12). The lefty batted .308 over four games against the Aces this season with two solo homers and three runs scored.

On This Date in Aces History (2012): Current Cincinnati Red, Trevor Bauer, threw a complete game in a win against the Round Rock Express allowing two runs on five hits and striking out 12 batters in the process. It was his career high for strikeouts in a game until he sat down 13 Toronto Blue Jays in 2016. His career high increased in 2017 when he struck out 14 Oakland Athletics. Reno went on to win the Pacific Coast League championship in 2012.


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