Tag: Seattle Salts

Kim’s Hit Streak Soars to 20 Games

April 10, 2024

Dong-kyoon Kim‘s consecutive-game hitting streak has now climbed to 20 games. The Seattle second baseman smacked 1 hit against the Houston Oilers in today’s game at Salty Park, but he expressed mixed emotions about the streak after watching the Salts drop the game, 8-6.

“I feel good about the streak, but don’t feel good when we lose,” he told reporters. “I’d love to get a hit as well as a win next time so I can celebrate properly.”

Dong-kyoon Kim flied out in the 3rd, hit a three-run double in the 4th, grounded out in the 6th and flied out in the 8th.

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Seattle Befuddled by Zerkle in 2-0 Whitewash

April 2, 2024

An efficient outing for 3-time Sandy Koufax Award winner Chris Zerkle usually means a win for the Calgary Inferno and today was no exception. The 29-year-old right-hander held the Seattle Salts to a long line of goose eggs. He struck out 7 and gave up 4 hits in the 2-0 shutout.

“Chris really got it done out there today,” said Calgary manager Matt Taylor.

Zerkle pitched a complete game in the effort. Last season he was only able to amass 2 CG’s, down from a career high of 8 in 2021.

Winnipeg Gophers Take Home Calf Cup

(GAME DATE — Sep. 18, 2020) — The A-level Calf League playoffs wrapped up at the beginning of the month and the Winnipeg Gophers (Seattle Salts) were victorious, taking out the Boston-affiliated Lexington Moonshiners in a 2-0 series sweep.

Despite Winnipeg winning the series, it was Lexington’s right fielder, Harvey Marleau, who was named series MVP. Marleau went 3-for-8 with a Game 2 home run that would be Lexington’s only run in that game. He led the team in RBIs for the series. Continue reading “Winnipeg Gophers Take Home Calf Cup”

Seattle Loses Hugo Prista, Will Miss Season

(GAME DATE — August 9, 2020) — The doctors have spoken and Hugo Prista of the Seattle Salts didn’t like what he heard. The 25-year-old starting pitcher is almost certainly gone for the rest of the year and depending on his progress could miss some of next season as well. Prista sustained his season-ending injury during the New York Dragons game yesterday at The Redoubt. He had to leave the game because he hurt himself while throwing a pitch. Today the Seattle medical staff reported Prista had a torn labrum and would be absent from the lineup for at least 5 months.

So far this year Prista has 2 wins and 2 losses and a 3.33 ERA. Continue reading “Seattle Loses Hugo Prista, Will Miss Season”

Garzes Crowned Top ML Hitter in July

(GAME DATE — August 1, 2020) — Jorge Garzes mauled enemy pitching all month long as he cruised to the Metropolitan League Batter of the Month title. The 28-year-old second baseman batted .366 with 10 home runs, 27 RBIs and 27 runs scored in a July performance that has Seattle fans eagerly awaiting what he can do in August.

Garzes capped off July with a Grand Slam against the Arizona Cowboys on the 29th. So far this year he is hitting .310 with 122 hits, 29 home runs, 78 RBIs and has scored 75 runs. Continue reading “Garzes Crowned Top ML Hitter in July”

Seattle’s Coleman Will Miss Season

(GAME DATE — July 22, 2020) — A blow for Travis Coleman today — team doctors confirmed he will miss 9 months with a torn labrum. Coleman suffered the injury throwing a pitch. Although officials from the Seattle Salts are confident he’ll make a full recovery, doubts will persist about Coleman’s ability to return fully fit with an injury of this nature.

For the season, the right-handed reliever Coleman is 0-2 with 1 save and a 5.40 ERA. He has given up 16 hits in 15 innings with 9 strikeouts. He had been struggling all year and now some analysts believe he was suffering from the injury a lot longer than team officials may have been aware.