Bailey Falter

Bailey Falter

Height/Weight: 6' 4"/175 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: L
Born: Chino Hills, California
College: None
Draft: 2015 5th round by the
  • The Canadian Press

    Ynoa expected to start as Atlanta hosts Philadelphia

    Philadelphia Phillies (18-16, second in the NL East) vs. Atlanta Braves (16-17, third in the NL East) Atlanta; Sunday, 7:08 p.m. EDT PITCHING PROBABLES: Phillies: Aaron Nola (3-1, 2.89 ERA, .96 WHIP, 49 strikeouts) Braves: Huascar Ynoa (3-1, 2.36 ERA, .90 WHIP, 38 strikeouts) FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Braves -102, Phillies -114; over/under is 8 runs BOTTOM LINE: The Philadelphia Phillies travel to take on the Atlanta Braves on Sunday. The Braves are 9-9 against opponents from the NL East. Atlanta has slugged .412, good for third in the National League. Ronald Acuna Jr. leads the club with a .652 slugging percentage, including 18 extra-base hits and 10 home runs. The Phillies are 8-9 against opponents from the NL East. Philadelphia has hit 38 home runs as a team this season. Rhys Hoskins leads them with eight, averaging one every 16.1 at-bats. The Braves won the last meeting 8-7. Jacob Webb notched his first victory and Pablo Sandoval went 1-for-1 with a home run and two RBIs for Atlanta. Enyel De Los Santos took his first loss for Philadelphia. TOP PERFORMERS: Austin Riley ranks second on the Braves with 29 hits and has seven RBIs. Hoskins leads the Phillies with 30 hits and is batting .233. LAST 10 GAMES: Braves: 5-5, .241 batting average, 5.20 ERA, outscored by 11 runs Phillies: 6-4, .231 batting average, 3.61 ERA, outscored opponents by 12 runs INJURIES: Braves: Touki Toussaint: (right shoulder), Mike Soroka: (achilles), Chris Martin: (fingers), Ender Inciarte: (hamstring), Guillermo Heredia: (right hamstring), Ronald Acuna Jr.: (finger), Alex Jackson: (left hamstring), Travis d'Arnaud: (left thumb). Phillies: JoJo Romero: (left elbow), Seranthony Dominguez: (elbow), Archie Bradley: (left oblique), Roman Quinn: (finger), Matt Joyce: (calf), Ronald Torreyes: (undisclosed). ___ The Associated Press created this story using technology provided by Data Skrive and data from Sportradar. The Associated Press

  • Adrianza, Braves rally for 8-7 win over Phillies in 12th
    The Canadian Press

    Adrianza, Braves rally for 8-7 win over Phillies in 12th

    ATLANTA — Ehire Adrianza capped a night full of comebacks for Atlanta with a game-ending RBI single in the 12th inning, helping the Braves stun the Philadelphia Phillies for a chaotic 8-7 victory Saturday. Atlanta overcame deficits of 3-1 in the ninth and 4-3 in the 11th before rallying from a 7-4 hole in the 12th — all with Ronald Acuña Jr. out of the game after he was hit by a pitch in his left little finger in the seventh. X-rays were negative. Phillies right fielder Bryce Harper didn't bother to field Adrianza's bloop single as Braves players poured out of the dugout to begin their on-field celebration. William Contreras tied it at 7 with a three-run double off right-hander Enyel De Los Santos (0-1) before scoring on Adrianza's hit. Contreras' rip scored designated runner Ozzie Albies along with Austin Riley, who walked, and Dansby Swanson, who singled. Philadelphia had a three-run lead after Jacob Webb (1-1) threw the ball to the backstop on Harper's bases loaded grounder in the top of the 12th, which allowed two runs to score. Webb failed to cover the plate after his errant throw, allowing Scott Kingery and Andrew McCutchen to score. J.T. Realmuto added a run-scoring single. Phillies closer Héctor Neris blew a 3-1 lead in the ninth. After walking Adrianza with two outs, Neris gave up Pablo Sandoval’s fourth pinch-hit homer, the most in the majors, to force extra innings. The Braves say Acuña, whose 10 homers are tied for the major league lead, is day to day with a finger contusion. He was struck by a 98 mph fastball from Sam Coonrod. Jean Segura had three hits, including a homer, for the Phillies. Segura, who had four hits in Friday night’s 12-2 win in his return from the 10-day injured list with a right quadriceps strain, hit a low liner that barely cleared the left-field wall for his first-inning homer off Ian Anderson. Freddie Freeman ended a career-worst, 0-for-22 drought when he led off the sixth with a home run off Vince Velasquez into the Braves’ bullpen behind the centre-field wall. Velazquez gave up two hits and one run in 5 1/3 innings. Anderson allowed three runs, six hits and three walks in six innings. Albies hit a one-out triple in the fourth for Atlanta's first hit. McCutchen tried to make a backhand catch in the left field corner, but the ball hit his left wrist above his glove before he ran into the padded wall in foul territory. McCutchen leaned over in pain, with the ball at his feet, before finally recovering to throw the ball to the infield. McCutchen remained in the game. Attendance was 39,852 in the Braves' second home game with 100% capacity allowed. Friday night's game drew 38,952 fans. The Phillies' last six-game winning streak came from June 30 through July 7, 2018. TRAINER’S ROOM Phillies: Manager Joe Girardi said he checked in with Harper before posting his lineup. Harper returned with two hits on Friday night after missing four games with a sore left wrist. Girardi said Harper reported he felt “really good.” Braves: RHP Chris Martin, on the 10-day IL with right shoulder inflammation, was scheduled to throw at Triple-A Gwinnett. Manager Brian Snitker said Martin says “he feels real good.” ... RHP Carl Edwards Jr. was designated for assignment after giving up three runs and recording only one out on Friday night. Edwards, who was with the team for only one day, was the second reliever to be designated for assignment in two days, following RHP Nate Jones. IF Sean Kazmar was optioned to Triple-A Gwinnett while RHP Victor Arano and RHP Jaseel De La Cruz were recalled. UP NEXT Braves RHP Huascar Ynoa and Phillies RHP Aaron Nola, each looking for his fourth win, are the scheduled starters when the weekend series concludes on Sunday night. ___ More AP baseball: and Charles Odum, The Associated Press

  • Braves star Ronald Acuna leaves game vs. Phillies early after hit by pitch in hand
    Yahoo Sports

    Braves star Ronald Acuna leaves game vs. Phillies early after hit by pitch in hand

    Ronald Acuna suffered a left pinky finger contusion after being hit by a nearly 98-mph pitch, and is listed as day-to-day.