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    December 4, 2022 6:11 AM EST

    All seven Cleveland Guardians minor league teams were in action Saturday including a doubleheader for Lake County.The Clippers and Cubs were all knotted up at 5-to-5 at the end of regulation. Columbus would plate five runs in the top of the 10th inning with the big blow coming off the bat of third baseman David Fry's 12th home run of the season a grand slam.Clippers catcher Bo Naylor reached base four more Jim Plunkett Jersey times on Saturday one night after reaching base five times on Friday.Naylor over his last four games is hitting .563 with a .682 OBP reaching base 15 times during that span.Starter Peyton Battenfield did allow nine hits but only gave up two earned runs over six innings while he struck out a season high seven batters in the game.Columbus improves to 45-32 with the win.Top Performers:Bo Naylor 3-4 3R 2B BB SBWill Brennan 1-4 2R BB 2SBDavid Fry 1-5 R HR 4RBIMitchell Tolman 2-5 3RBIBobby Bradley 1-3 R 2RBIAlex Call 1-3 2R BBPeyton Battenfield 6.0(IP) 9H 3R 2ER 1BB 7SOGuardians 21-year-old shortstop prospect Brayan Rocchio played hero twice on Saturday.With the RubberDucks down to their final out in the ninth inning Rocchio would come through with a clutch double scoring Jose Tena from second base to tie the game up at 6-to-6 and send the game into extra innings.The game would remain tied at six runs apiece until the 12th inning when that man Rocchio would break up the deadlock with his seventh home run of the season a two-run shot giving Akron an 8-to-6 lead.Just two batters later with a man on Jhonkensy Noel would blast his second home run of the game putting the Ducks up 10-to-6 over Erie. For Noel it was his second straight multi-homerun game giving him five long balls now over his first six games played since being promoted to Akron. Noel on the season has now hit 24 home runs which leads all minor league baseball.Erie would make it close in the bottom of the 12th Justin Herron Jersey , but Akron was able to hold on and earn the win. The RubberDucks improve to 42-31 with the victory.Top Performers:Brayan Rocchio 3-6 R 2(2B) HR 3RBIJhonkensy Noel 2-5 2R 2HR 3RBI BBJose Tena 2-6 3R 2B 2RBIGeorge Valera 1-5 R RBI BBDaniel Schneemann 2-6 RMicah Pries 1-4 2BBEli Lingos 1.1(IP) 0H 0R 0ER 0BB 2SOLake County would shutout Lansing in game one of Saturday's doubleheader behind starting pitcher Rodney Boone who would go the distance throwing a complete game. Boone would just allow three hits over his seven innings of work striking out seven Lugnuts in the contest.On offense Alexfri Planez would extend his hitting streak to 15 straight games on a pair of doubles and drive in two-runs for the Captains.Korey Holland would hit the only homerun of the game his fourth home run of the season for Lake County.Top Performers:Korey Holland 2-3 2R HR RBIAlexfri Planez 2-4 R 2(2B) 2RBIPetey Halpin 1-3 2R 2B RBIJoe Naranjo 1-2 R RBI 2BBJohnathan Rodriguez 1-4 2RBIRodney Boone 7.0(IP) 3H 0R 0ER 2BB 7SO (W)The Lugnuts would take game two Jonathan Jones Jersey splitting the doubleheader dropping the Captains record to 39-34 on the season.Johnathan Rodriguez would extend his hitting streak to 10 straight games for Lake County on his ninth double of the season. Over the 10 games Rodriguez is hitting .359 with eight extra base hits including four home runs.Captains starter Doug Nikhazy would take the lo s allowing four runs over five and a third innings of work.Top Performers:Petey Halpin 2-3 RBI BBJohnathan Rodriguez 1-3 R 2B BBQuentin Holmes 1-3 RBIMilan Tolentino 1-4 RAngel Martinez 2-4Doug Nikhazy 5.1(IP) 5H 4R 4ER 1BB 5SOZach Hart 1.2(IP) 0H 0R 0ER 1BB 0SOThe Hillcats dropped their third straight game to the Red Sox on Saturday as Salem's Matt Light Jersey offense would once again take it to Lynchburg.Scroll to ContinueLynchburg's Yordys Valdes would drive in all three runs for the Hillcats on the day including an inside-the-park two-run home run in the eighth inning. For Valdes it was his second homerun on the season.The lo s drops Lynchburg to 38-36 on the year.Top Performers:Yordys Valdes 2-4 R HR 3RBIJoe Donovan 1-3 RWill Bartlett 1-4 2BJake Fox 0-3 R BB SBDayan Frias 1-3Luis Durango 1-3Hugo Villalobos 2.1(IP) 4H 1R 1ER 1BB 3SOACL Guardians starter Ryan Webb would strikeout five over three and a third innings of work allowing just one earned run. Webb continues to build up arm strength out in Arizona coming back from TJ surgery.On offense the ACL Guardians would score three runs on just two hits in the game off Reds pitchers. One of those hits would come off the bat of Jose Devers on an RBI double in the fifth inning. Devers with the hit extends his hitting streak to five straight games.The win moves the ACL Guardians to 12-8 on the year.Top Performers:Jose Devers 1-3 R 2B RBISimon Rodriguez 1-3 R SBRyan Webb 3.1(IP) 5H 2R 1ER 1BB 5SODarlin Noboa 1.2(IP) 0H 0R 0ER 0BB 4SOVictor Soteldo 1.0(IP) 1H 0R 0ER 0BB 2SO (SV)The DSL Guardians (Blue) squad falls to 11-11 New England Patriots Sleepwear Underwear on the season after Saturday's shutout lo s to the DSL White Sox.DSL Guardians starting pitcher Frederic Garcia would pitch well striking out a season high seven batters over five innings allowing just two runs.On offense left fielder Reyden Hidalgowould collect three hits in his four at bats to lead the team.Top Performers:Reyden Hidalgo 3-4Jesus Montilla 1-3 BBDavid Leon 1-4 3BNomar Velasquez 1-4Carlos Gutierrez 1-4Freddy Garcia 5.0(IP) 3H 2R 2ER 0BB 7SOOutfielder Christopher Espinola would hit his third homerun of the season going 3-for-4 in the contest but the solo homerun would account for only one of the just two runs the DSL Guardians (Red) team could muster in the game.With the lo s the DSL Guardians (Red) team falls to 7-15 on the year.Top Performers:Christopher Espinola 3-4 R HR RBI SBBrayan Guedez 1-4 2B RBIEmilio Taveras 1-3 BBYefri Rivera 1-4 SBJavier Tovar 2.0(IP) 3H 0R 0ER 1BB 1SOOlmandi Diaz 2.0(IP) 0H 0R 0ER 0BB 1SO-----You May Also Like:-----Be sure to stay locked into Cleveland Baseball Insider all the time!Follow Cleveland Baseball Insider on Twitter: