April 27, 2015

Washington Nationals Minor League Affiliate Report April 25

Compiled from team press releases:

SYRACUSE (AAA-International League): The Syracuse Chiefs, Triple-A affiliate of the Washington Nationals, split a doubleheader against the Rochester Red Wings Saturday afternoon at Frontier Field. Syracuse took game one 5-4 in come-from-behind fashion, and dropped game two 5-2.

In game one, Chiefs starter Scott McGregor surrendered three straight singles to Reynaldo Rodriguez, Danny Ortiz, and Jose Martinez, which plated the game’s first run.

The Chiefs (6-10) rallied in the sixth inning. Kila Ka’aihue started the inning with a single. Two batters later, Matt den Dekker hit a pop up right behind the mound which fell to the turf for an infield single, putting runners on first and second. Cutter Dykstra walked to load the bases. With two outs, Michael Taylor singled to bring the Chiefs within one. Tony Gwynn, Jr. then singled, bringing in Dykstra to tie the score. Ian Stewart followed with a ground-ball single, allowing Taylor to score and give the Chiefs their first lead.

In game two, the Red Wings broke the game open in the third. Jose Ortiz doubled to start the inning. Chiefs starter Bruce Billings then walked Eric Fryer, and Nate Hanson reached on an error by the shortstop Jason Martinson. With the bases loaded, Farris was hit by a pitch to force in Rochester’s third run. Diaz then singled home a fourth run, over the pulled-in infield. Billings was relieved by Mitch Lively, who walked Hicks to force in a fifth run before getting out of the frame.

The Chiefs and Red Wings play the finale of this three game set Sunday at Frontier Field. Taylor Jordan is slated to start for Syracuse opposite Pat Dean for Rochester. First pitch is scheduled for 1:35.

HARRISBURG (AA-Eastern League): Pedro Severino and Mario Lisson both hit two-run singles in a four-run eighth inning as the Harrisburg Senators beat the Reading Fightin’ Phils 7-4 in front of 3,672 fans at Metro Bank Park Saturday night.

With the score tied at 3-3, Tony Renda, Brian Goodwin and Shawn Pleffner all walked to load the bases with one out for Severino, who poked a line drive into left field to score two. Stephen Perez was hit by a pitch and Lisson followed with a two-run single to provide insurance for the Senators.

Joe Ross was outstanding in the first seven innings, shutting out Reading while allowing just two hits. Ross walked two batters and struck out a season-high eight batters. Abel De Los Santos allowed Reading to tie the game in eighth inning with three runs on four hits. However, De Los Santos picked up the victory despite being saddled with his first blown save of the season.

In his second rehab game with Harrisburg, Anthony Rendon played second base and went 1 for 2 with a walk and a run scored.

The final game of the four-game series will begin at Sunday at 1:30 p.m. Harrisburg will shoot for a series win with right-hander Paolo Espino on the mound against Reading’s Tom Windle.

POTOMAC (High-A Carolina League): The P-Nats (9-6-Overall, 4-4-Home) and Lynchburg Hillcats (5-10-Overall, 2-6-Road) had Game Two of their four-game series at The Pfitz rained out on Saturday night. The game has been postponed and re-scheduled as part of a doubleheader on Sunday afternoon consisting of two seven-inning contests.

The gates will open at 12:00 pm with Game One slated to begin with a 1:05 pm first pitch and Game Two to begin approximately 30-45 minutes following the conclusion of Game One.

HAGERSTOWN (Low-A South Atlantic League): A spirited Lakewood BlueClaws comeback fell one hit short on Saturday, as Carlos Tocci struck out swinging to end the game with the bases loaded in the 9th inning as Hagerstown topped the BlueClaws 6-5 on Saturday at FirstEnergy Park.

Hagerstown (7-9) got its first win of the series after the BlueClaws (8-9) had won the first two games of the four-game set, which wraps up on Sunday.

RC Orlan (1-0) was credited with the win after allowing two runs over three innings. Sam Johns allowed an unearned run in the 9th inning but got his first save.

The series concludes on Sunday afternoon at 1:05 pm. LHP Elniery Garcia (1-1) starts for the BlueClaws against RHP Austen Williams (2-1).

Washington Nationals Minor League Affiliate Report April 24

Compiled from team releases:

SYRACUSE (AAA-International League): Due to inclement weather, Friday’s game between the Syracuse Chiefs and the Rochester Red Wings was postponed, marking the second straight postponement between the two teams. The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader Saturday afternoon at Frontier Field in Rochester, with game one beginning at 12:35 p.m. Game two will start approximately 30 minutes after the conclusion of game one.

Right-handers Scott McGregor, in game one, and Bruce Billings, in game two, are slated to start for Syracuse. Mark Hamburger and Pat Dean are scheduled to start for Rochester. The teams will also play a doubleheader in Syracuse on July 10 after yesterday’s postponement at NBT Bank Stadium.

HARRISBURG (AA Eastern League): In Anthony Rendon’s first rehab appearance, the Harrisburg Senators were unable to come back from a six-run deficit in a 7-4 loss to the Reading Fightin’ Phils before 3,265 fans at Metro Bank Park.

Rendon played five innings and went 1-for-2 with a double.

In his fourth start of the season, Austin Voth struggled, allowing seven runs on nine hits in 4 2/3 innings. Reading’s four-run fifth inning pushed it ahead, 7-1. James Simmons followed Voth with 1.1 scoreless frames. Paul Demny impressed in two scoreless innings of work, allowing just one hit and striking out a batter. Bryan Harper finished off a solid collective bullpen outing by pitching a scoreless ninth inning.

Game three of the four-game series will begin at 6 p.m. Saturday night. Joe Ross will take the mound for Harrisburg against Reading’s Zach Eflin.

POTOMAC (High-A Carolina League): Potomac’s (9-6-Overall, 4-4-Home) Wander Suero set a season high pitching seven innings while holding the Lynchburg Hillcats (5-10-Overall, 2-6-Road) to one unearned run on four hits and seven strikeouts in a P-Nats 3-1 win in Game One of the four game series at The Pfitz on Friday night.

It was Suero’s (3-0, 2.50) third start of the season and the third time he toed the rubber against Lynchburg in 2015, a winner in both previous starts against the Hillcats.

Saturday night, a 6:35 pm first pitch, will feature RHP Dakota Bacus (0-0, 2.57) making his second start of the season for Potomac against LHP Michael Rayl (0-1, 4.50) of Lynchburg.

HAGERSTOWN (Low-A South Atlantic League): The Lakewood Blue Crabs manufactured a run in the bottom of the seventh inning and beat the Hagerstown Suns 2-1 on Friday in Lakewood, New Jersey.

Phillips Valdez allowed just one run — unearned — on four hits and no walks, striking out five over five innings for the Suns, but did not factor in the decision. Ryan Ullman relieved, and in his second inning of work was victimized for the game-winner. He gave up four hits and a run in his two innings of work.

The Suns got their run in the fifth. Jose Marmolejos-Dias singled, went to second on a groundout and scored on Grant DeBruin’s double. DeBruin finished 3 for 3 and is hitting .304 this season.

The series continues Saturday at 4:05 pm.

Washington Nationals Minor League Affiliate Report April 23

Compiled from team press releases

SYRACUSE (AAA-International League): Due to inclement weather, Thursday’s game between the Syracuse Chiefs and the Rochester Red Wings has been postponed. The game will be made up as part of a Friday-night doubleheader on July 10th, with game one beginning at 5:05 p.m. Game two will start approximately 30 minutes after the conclusion of game one.

“With snow, cold temperatures, and wind gusts in the forecast,” said Chiefs general manager Jason Smorol, “today is not fit for man or beast. We wanted to postpone this game for the safety of our fans and players. We’ll play two in July in the sunshine!”

HARRISBURG (AA-Eastern League): Behind seven shutout innings from Tim Alderson, the Harrisburg Senators beat the Reading Fightin’ Phils, 3-0, Monday at Metro Bank Park. Alderson surrendered just four hits, while walking two and striking out three batters. The tall right-hander threw 59 of 89 pitches for strikes.

 Following Alderson was Sammy Solis, who was making his first appearance at Metro Bank Park this season. Solis rode a live fastball to a scoreless eighth inning, stranding a runner following a one-out double. Gilberto Mendez earned his first save of the season by pitching a scoreless ninth inning.

Most of Harrisburg’s damage came in the first inning against Fightin’ Phils pitching prospect, Aaron Nola. Caleb Ramsey’s one-out triple got things started, and Tony Renda followed with an RBI single. Renda stole second and advanced to third on a throwing error by Reading catcher, Gabriel Lino. Matt Skole delivered a two-out, RBI single to put Harrisburg up 2-0 after one inning. The Senators offense remained quiet against Nola through seven innings, but added one in the eighth against Reading’s Elvis Araujo. Ramsey walked, moved to second on an errant pickoff throw and advanced to third on a Renda single. Ramsey scored Harrisburg’s third run on a Kevin Keyes fielder’s choice.

The Senators send Austin Voth to the hill tomorrow night for game two of the four-game set. He’ll face Reading’s Jesse Biddle in a 6:30 p.m. start. The game can be heard starting with the pregame show at 6:15 p.m. on Fox Sports 1460am and iHeart Radio.

POTOMAC (High-A-Carolina League): Off.

HAGERSTOWN (Low-A-South Atlantic League): Tyler Viza and Jesen Therrien combined on a four hit shutout and the Lakewood Blue Claws beat the Hagerstown Suns 4-0 on Thursday in Lakewood. Drew Van Orden (L, 1-1, 3.38) allowed two runs on six hits and one walk, striking our four for the Suns (6-8). Alec Keller, Raudy Read, Grant DeBruin and David Masters collected Hagerstown’s four hits, all singles.

Deivi Grullion hit a two-run homer for Lakewood.

Game two of the four-game set is Friday night at 7:05 pm.

Washington Nationals Minor League Affiliates Report April 22

Compiled from team press releases

SYRACUSE (AAA, International League): The Syracuse Chiefs, Triple-A affiliate of the Washington Nationals, fell to the Rochester Red Wings 11-7 at NBT Bank Stadium on Wednesday afternoon. Jason Martinson, Michael Taylor and Ian Stewart had a home run apiece in the loss. Rochester rallied from a five-run deficit early in the ball game to defeat the Chiefs by four in the third-game of a four-game set.

The momentum completely shifted in the fourth inning as the Red Wings hitters got to starter Taylor Hill in the top half of the frame. Hill put the first two runners on in the inning but seemed to settle down as he recorded the next two outs. Rochester proceeded to score five runs with two away against the Syracuse starter. Doug Bernier started the rally with an RBI single to left. Aaron Hicks plated two more Red Wings with his first of two extra-base hits on the afternoon. Then, Eddie Rosario tied the score at 6-6 with a two-run home run.

Syracuse (5-9) and Rochester play the final game of a four-game series Thursday afternoon at 1:05. Chiefs right-hander Scott McGregor will try and salvage a split of the series against Red Wings right-hander Mark Hamburger.

HARRISBURG (AA, Eastern League): The Harrisburg Senators and the Altoona Curve were postponed Wednesday night due to rain and cold temperatures. No makeup date was announced.

The Senators will return home to begin a seven-game home stand tomorrow night. The first four games will be against the Reading Fightin’ Phils, followed by three games with the New Britain Rock Cats. Tomorrow night’s game will begin at 6:30 p.m.

POTOMAC (High-A, Carolina League): The Potomac Nationals (8-6 Overall, 5-2 Road) settled for a (5-2) two-city road trip after falling to the Wilmington Blue Rocks (7-6 Overall, 4-3 Home) on Wednesday afternoon inside Daniel S. Frawley Stadium by the final score of 6-3 in the series finale of a three-game set.

Wilmington used a five-run 5th inning attack to sink the red, white, and blue, and salvage the series with the lone victory. The Nationals stranded a season-high 13 runners on base and left the bases loaded on three occasions, but still managed to bang out 12 base hits.

Potomac starting slinger, RHP Blake Schwartz (0-2) shouldered his second loss of the 2015 journey after surrendering five earned runs (all scored in the 5th inning) on eight hits in 4.1 innings of work while walking two, striking out three, and hitting one batter.

HAGERSTOWN (Low-A, South Atlantic League): The Hagerstown Suns (6-7) couldn’t maintain a one-run lead in the ninth inning Wednesday afternoon, and wound up falling to the Delmarva Shorebirds (7-6) by a final of 5-4. Despite the loss the Suns finished their first homestand of the 2015 season with a 4-3 record.

Delmarva began its ninth inning rally with a home run by LF Jamill Moquete into the visitor’s bullpen past the center field wall for his first homer of the season. That knotted the score at 4-4, but the rally wasn’t over yet. Catcher Jonah Heim then stepped to the plate and hit a double to left field. He went to third on a single by SS Jared Breen, and scored what wound up being the winning run on a groundout.

RHP David Ramos (0-2) was charged with the loss for Hagerstown. He pitched the final three innings for the Suns, allowing two earned runs on five hits and one walk while striking out two.

The Suns next head to Lakewood, New Jersey to begin a four-game series against the Lakewood BlueClaws starting Thursday April 23. The Suns will send RHP Drew Van Orden (1-0) to the mound for his third start of the season. He will square off against RHP Tyler Viza (2-0) for Lakewood.

Washington Nationals minor league affiliate rosters announced

The Washington Nationals minor league affiliates all announced their season opening rosters and while there weren’t any real surprises about where players were set to begin the season, a couple of notable omissions stood out.

Top pitching prospects Lucas Giolito and Reynaldo Lopez were not assigned to an affiliate right out of camp. Rather, the two presumably will stay behind in Viera, Florida, at the Nats training facilities to participate in extended spring training before being assigned to a team.

Both, presumably, will be eventually assigned to High-A Potomac when they are assigned to an affiliate.

Wilmer Difo, No. 7 on Baseball America’s list of top prospects in the Nats organization, was assigned to the P-Nats, along with 3B Drew Ward (8) and RHP Nick Pivetta (10).

RHP Joe Ross (5), one of the players acquired in the Steven Souza Jr trade over the offseason, will start at AA Harrisburg, with RHP Austin Voth (11) and catcher Pedro Severino (12).

A.J. Cole, Taylor Jordan and Taylor Hill will highlight Syracuse’s starting rotation, with lefties Matt Grace and Rich Hill in the bullpen.

Catcher Raudy Reed, the Nats No. 22 ranked prospect, starts out in Low-A Hagerstown.

Potomac Nationals 2015 Seasonal Job Fair

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Over 100 P-Nats Gameday Positions Available for 2015 Season

Woodbridge, VA—The 2015 Potomac Nationals Seasonal Job Fair will be hosted at G. Richard Pfitzner Stadium on Wednesday, March 4th and Thursday, March 5th from 4:00pm to 7:00pm each evening. The Potomac Nationals Baseball Club, the premier family friendly entertainment destination in Northern Virginia, is looking for dependable, customer-service minded, and outgoing gameday team members for the 2015 season which begins on Thursday, April 9th and runs through at least Monday, September, 7th with potential playoff contests to be scheduled for the second week of September.

At the seasonal job fair, P-Nats front office officials will be searching for dedicated candidates to become part-time gameday employees during the Potomac Nationals baseball season that will also work special events at Pfitzner Stadium throughout the season.

The P-Nats offer seasonal positions that are perfect for school employees, students, retired persons, and others who love baseball and are looking for a fun and flexible part-time opportunity in an upbeat, exciting professional sporting atmosphere.

2015 Potomac Nationals Seasonal Positions Available:

-Concessions Stand Manager
-Picnic Area Cooks/Servers
-Food Cooks/Preps
-Food Vendors

-Souvenir Stand Vendors
-Parking Attendants
-Grounds Crew
-Retail/Souvenir Merchandise Sales
-Kids Zone Attendants

-Ticket Takers
-Box Office Ticket Sales

Most weeknight P-Nats games begin at 7:05pm while Saturday night games start at 6:35pm. Sunday games in the first half of the 2015 season will be ignited with a first pitch time of 1:05pm while second-half Sunday affairs will start at 6:05pm. There will also be a 10:35am start time for the Wednesday, April 15th game and a pair of P-Nats matchups that are scheduled for 12:05pm (Thursday, July 9th and Thursday, August 13th).

All departments will require gameday employees to be on site at Pfitzner Stadium well in advance of the game start time.

On-site interviews will be conducted at the job fair by department heads on a first come, first served basis, and no advance appointments can be made.

Job applications will be available on site, or job seekers may download an application in advance at www.potomacnationals.com to bring with you to the job fair. For online access to a P-Nats job application: once on the Potomac Nationals’ official website, under the top menu tab, “PFITZNER STADIUM,” click “Employment,” and then select the red “click here” link under the heading “Gameday Employment” to view and print a PDF file of the job application.

Applications for part-time employment will not be accepted prior to the job fair.

For further information on seasonal opportunities with P-Nats Baseball, contact Stadium Operations Director, Arthur Bouvier at 703-590-2311 ext. 217 or send an email to abouvier@potomacnationals.com.

If you cannot attend the job fair but are interested in applying for a part-time position with the Potomac Nationals, you may pick up an application at the Nationals’ front office Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm and return it to Arthur Bouvier on or after March 4th.

If you choose to print out the online version of the application, you may scan and email the application to abouvier@potomacnationals.com, fax the application to 703-590-5716, or bring the application to the Potomac Nationals’ front office on or after March 4th.

To schedule an interview after the job fair, contact Arthur Bouvier (see above contact information).

Note: The Potomac Nationals are an equal opportunity employer.

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NATS/P-NATS: Potomac Nationals 2014 Promotional Schedule

Source: Potomac Nationals home page

Source: Potomac Nationals home page


30th Anniversary of G. Richard Pfitzner Stadium to Feature
Most Entertaining Promo Slate in Franchise History

Woodbridge, VA—As the Potomac Nationals celebrate 30 seasons of baseball at G. Richard Pfitzner Stadium during the 2014 campaign, the P-Nats’ faithful will be treated to the most entertaining promotional schedule in the history of the franchise.

The Potomac Nationals are pleased to unveil an extremely potent promo slate that is underscored by a club-record 18 fireworks shows, 15 premium giveaways including the Jayson Werth “Wolf-A-rine” and the Werth Bobble Beard, as well as P-Nats bobbleheads of former first round draft picks, Bryce Harper and Anthony Rendon, five game used and autographed throwback jersey auctions, and a visit from the Cowboy Monkey Rodeo with Tim “Wild Thang” Lepard & Team Ghost Riders as seen on ESPN’s E:60 program.

The Cowboy Monkey Rodeo is an internationally recognized live animal entertainment act that features capuchin monkeys riding sheep dogs herding livestock. Lepard and Team Ghost Riders have performed at destinations around Minor League Baseball, and even at the home of the Super Bowl hopeful, Denver Broncos at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

“We are extremely excited about the entertainment we are bringing to our fans this summer at The Pfitz. The fireworks, premium giveaways, celebrity appearances, and our stadium’s 30th anniversary tributes along with the always affordable ticket options and revamped concessions items will give everyone in the family a variety of reasons to be a part of P-Nats Baseball in 2014. Last season was the best in franchise history across the board, and we know this year will be even better. I can’t wait to see our fans on Opening Day come April 8th,” says Potomac Nationals Vice President/General Manager, Josh Olerud.

The quintet of throwback jerseys to be auctioned off will be replicas of uniform tops worn during the eras of the Prince William Pirates (1984-1986), Prince William Yankees (1987-1988), Prince William Cannons (1989-1998), Potomac Cannons (1999-2004), and the Potomac Nationals (2005-Present).

To highlight the bridge from The Pfitz to “The Show,” the club will be unveiling a Potomac Nationals Wall of Fame up the First Base Line along the Home Clubhouse to pay tribute to former P-Nats players who have graduated to the Washington Nationals.

In addition, a host of celebrity appearances featuring to be determined past and present stars from Major League Baseball, the National Football League, the National Basketball Association, and the National Hockey League are planned for the upcoming ‘14 slate.

The Potomac Nationals have confirmed these additional 2014 giveaway items:

-2014 and 2015 Magnet Schedules
-2013 P-Nats Player of the Year, Michael Taylor Jersey Pillow
-Bryce Harper P-Nats T-Shirt
-Poster Series featuring: Taylor Jordan (MLB Debut), Anthony Rendon (MLB Debut), Jayson Werth, Bryce Harper, and Ryan Zimmerman
-2014 Team Photo
-2014 Team Poster
-2014 Playoffs Rally Towels

Middle School Science Day with the Potomac Nationals is circled for Thursday, April 10th and first pitch is set for 10:35am.

The Nationals have also announced four Scout Nights in 2014 for area boy scouts to camp out on the Pfitzner Stadium diamond and enjoy a post-game screening of a baseball film while sleeping under the stars. Scout Nights will take place on Saturday, May 31st (6:35pm), Friday, June 13th (7:05pm), Saturday, July 26th (6:35pm), and Saturday, August 16th (6:35pm).

A pair of summer camp/day care games will be hosted on Wednesday, July 30th, and Thursday, August 7th with both contests beginning at 12:05pm.

Theme nights for the 2014 season include: Football Night, Hockey Night, Friday the 13th Night, Wing Fling, Man vs. Food II, Health and Wellness Night, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Food Truck Nights, Halfway to St. Patty’s Day, Bark in the Park Days, and many more!

Military Appreciation Night, a hallmark of the Potomac franchise, will honor the armed forces community in Northern Virginia on Sunday, June 22nd at 6:05pm.

The most exciting stretch of the 2014 season is Fourth of July Weekend from Friday, July 4th to Sunday, July 6th. P-Nats fans will be able to purchase “Food, Fireworks, & Fun” loaded tickets that include a pre-game picnic pass, a reserved ticket, and the biggest fireworks blast-off of the season.

A pair of Community Nights will don the 2014 schedule in which corporate partners distribute banks of complimentary tickets to their customers. Community Nights at The Pfitz are scheduled for Thursday, June 12th (7:05pm) and Thursday, July 17th. (7:05pm)

Also, the P-Nats will be keeping the tradition of the annual Guns vs. Hoses Charity Softball Game where members of the Prince William County Police Department battle against an area fire and rescue department.

The P-Nats’ 2014 weekly promotional schedule looks like this…

$1 General Admission Tickets and $1 Hot Dogs

2 Tickets, 2 Hot Dogs, & 2 Small Sodas for the Price of One

GA ticket with All-you-can-eat meal provided by local restaurants

Discounted Drink Specials



Pre-game Player Autograph Station, Kids Run the Bases, Catch on the Field, and Fireworks Shows in Second Half of Season

Second half fireworks shows on Sundays will return in 2014 with all Sunday games after the Carolina League All-Star Break beginning at 6:05pm and to be followed by a fireworks extravaganza.

Kids will have the opportunity to run the bases after every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday game during the 2014 season.

New for 2014, the always-popular, Tennis Ball Toss will be running after all 70 games where fans will be able to purchase tennis balls during the game to throw onto the field post-game in order to unlock prizes from corporate sponsors of the Potomac Nationals.

More information on the 2014 Potomac Nationals Promotional Schedule will be available soon including dates, times, and specifics for all promotions.

Opening Day 2014 at Pfitzner Stadium is Tuesday, April 8th as the Nationals host the Lynchburg Hillcats (Atlanta Braves). First pitch is set for 7:05pm.

For Potomac Nationals 2014 season tickets, mini plans, group tickets, picnic outings, and corporate partnerships, call the Potomac Nationals Ticket Office at 703-590-2311 or head to www.potomacnationals.com for more information.

The Potomac Nationals of the Carolina League play at Pfitzner Stadium in Woodbridge, Virginia, and are the Class-A Advanced affiliate of the Washington Nationals. P-Nats 2014 season tickets and mini plans are now on sale. Sponsorship opportunities for the 2014 season and beyond are available. Plan your corporate outing now for the 2014 season to see the future stars of the Washington Nationals at The Pfitz as the P-Nats offer discounted group rates and all-inclusive picnic options. Visit the P-Nats online at www.potomacnationals.com or call the Potomac Nationals Ticket Office at 703-590-2311 for more information!

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