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Game Notes vs. Salt Lake

August 23, 2019 - Pacific Coast League (PCL) - Reno Aces News Release

It's Wolf Pack Night at Greater Nevada Field. Nevada alum Braden Shipley will get the ball for manager Chris Cron coming into the game with a 4-5 record and 6.78 ERA. He's been lights out in August however going 2-1 with a 1.38 ERA and 13 strikeouts over 13 innings pitched. Batters are hitting .174 off the righty and he holds a 0.77 WHIP during the stretch. Salt Lake will counter with Tyler Carpenter who's made one start in 2019 for the Bees which came on August 13 against the Iowa Cubs. He went five innings of five-run baseball that day earning a loss.

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Notes:

Nevada Ship: Braden Shipley is the highest drafted athlete ever out of University of Nevada, Reno. He went No. 15 overall to the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2013. Basketball players Luke Babbitt (2016) and Kirk Snyder (2004) went 16 overall in their respective drafts. For the Wolf Pack, Shipley won Mountain West Co-Pitcher of the year and was selected to the MW First-Team after posting a 7-3 record and 2.77 ERA in 2013. That season, he struck out 102 batters in 107.1 innings pitched and held batters to a .218 average. In 2012, Ship went 9-4 with a 2.20 ERA and won WAC Pitcher of the Year honors. As a freshman in 2011, he appeared in 44 games at shortstop hitting .287 with seven doubles, a triple, one home run and 19 RBI. The Medford, OR native is the all-time Aces franchise leader in wins with 25. He ranks second in career innings pitched with 379.2 and strikeouts with 282.

Homers in the BLC: Kevin Cron comes into tonight's game against Salt Lake needing one home run to break the Aces franchise record for most home runs hit at home in a single season by an Aces player. Cron's 21 homers are tied with Christian Walker (2017) for the most all-time. Kevin is the only player to lead the Aces in homers at home in multiple seasons. Last year, he hit a team-leading 13 homers at Greater Nevada Field. This season, the big righty is in MVP consideration with a .317 average, 38 home runs, 99 RBIs, 78 runs scored, and .799 slugging percentage over 75 games played for Reno. Since 1999, the PCL MVP has averaged 126 games played, 26 home runs and 97 RBIs.

Leyba 2-Bags: Domingo Leyba hit his team-leading 36th double of the season last night which is good for fourth in PCL. It is the most doubles in a season for an Aces player since 2015 when Jamie Romak had 42. Romak played in 129 games that year compared to Leyba's 102 thus far. The most 2-bags in franchise history came in 2012 when outfielder Adam Eaton had 46. The lefty won Pacific Coast League MVP that season.


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