A look at the action in the Red Sox farm system on Friday:
TRIPLE-A PAWTUCKET RED SOX (57-84): L, 2-1, vs. Rochester (Twins)
— Right-hander Shawn Haviland fell to 5-10 on the season, taking the loss after giving up both Rochester runs on seven hits over 7 1/3 innings. He struck out five and walked none. In six starts with the PawSox after being acquired from the White Sox organization, Haviland is 1-5 with a 4.17 ERA. His ERA on the year is 4.18.
— Madison Younginer made his first appearance with the PawSox this year and pitched the final 1 2/3 innings, allowing one hit and recording one strikeout. The 24-year-old right-hander had an 8-4 record with two saves and a 3.05 ERA in 39 relief appearances for Portland this season.
— Center fielder Jonathan Roof drove in the lone Pawtucket run on a single in the bottom of the eighth inning. The Pawtucket offense managed just five hits, as catcher Humberto Quintero doubled and scored on Roof’s single, and third baseman Deven Marrero, designated hitter Carlos Rivero and second baseman Mike Miller all singled.
DOUBLE-A PORTLAND SEA DOGS (51-88): L, 3-0, vs. New Britain (Rockies)
— Mike Augliera suffered the loss after allowing all three New Britain runs in two innings of relief. The 25-year-old right-hander gave up four hits and struck out four. Augliera fell to 3-15 on the season and now has a 5.26 ERA.
— Left-hander Danny Rosenbaum started for Portland and went six innings, allowing just two hits. He did not walk a batter and struck out four. Rosenbaum has started 11 games for the Sea Dogs this year and is 0-7 with a 6.02 ERA.
— Righty Simon Mercedes pitched a perfect ninth inning with two strikeouts. The 23-year-old is 3-3 with a 4.77 ERA through 36 relief appearances.
— The Portland offense managed just four hits, with two coming off the bat of center fielder Manuel Margot. Margot went 2-for-4 and has hit safely in his last three games. First baseman David Chester and left fielder Forrestt Allday also recorded hits for the Sea Dogs.
HIGH-A SALEM RED SOX (64-72): W, 6-3, at Potomac (Nationals)
— Second baseman Wendell Rijo (who celebrated his 20th birthday Friday) led the Salem offense with a 2-for-5 day, hitting a two-run home run in the top of the second inning. Rijo has recorded two hits in each of his last three games and is hitting .256 on the season with six home runs.
— First baseman Mario Martinez also went 2-for-5 and scored a run. Left fielder Yoilan Cerse drove in three runs and went 1-for-5 with a triple and a run scored.
— Trey Ball earned the win in a five-inning effort. The left-hander allowed two runs — one earned — on six hits and two walks with six strikeouts. Ball improved to 9-13 after 25 starts and now has a 4.73 ERA.
— Right-hander Brandon Show pitched the final four innings and recorded his second save of the season. Show gave up one unearned run, four hits and no walks with one strikeout. The 22-year-old has pitched in 12 games for Salem this season and has a 1-1 record with a 2.83 ERA.
SINGLE-A GREENVILLE DRIVE (70-66): Postponed due to rain vs. Savannah (Mets). Teams will play a doubleheader Saturday.
SHORT-SEASON SINGLE-A LOWELL SPINNERS (36-37): L, 3-2, at Aberdeen (Orioles)
— The Spinners were eliminated from New York-Penn League playoff contention Saturday night after blowing a 2-0 lead in the bottom of the ninth inning and losing on a walkoff fielder’s choice. Bobby Poyner entered the game with one out and two on in the ninth and gave up three straight singles to tie the at score at two apiece. Aberdeen’s Drew Turbin then lined into a force out at second but the winning run crossed the plate.
— Right-hander Kevin Steen started for Lowell and allowed just one hit over five innings of work. He walked one and struck out three. Steen has started seven games for Lowell this season and went 0-1 with a 3.38 ERA.
— The Lowell offense combined for only four hits Friday, as left fielder Tyler Spoon, right fielder Tyler Hill, second baseman Aneudis Peralta and shortstop Carlos Tovar all singled. Catcher Jhon Nunez and third baseman Mitchell Gunsolus each recorded an RBI.