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Minor League Discussion & Boxes 8-24-2009


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Box Scores

 

Iowa won 7-4 Box Score

 

3B A. Blanco 1/4, BB, 2 R, 2B (16), 2 K

1B M. Hoffpauir 2/5, R, 3 RBI, 2B (4)

RF B. Snyder 1/2, 2 BB, RBI, 2B (14), 2 SB (7)

C C. Robinson 1/3, BB, 2B (22), SB (8), PB (6)

SS D. Barney 0/2, 2 BB

PH N. Spears 0/1

SP M. Atkins 7 IP, 4 H, 2 ER, 5/2 K/BB, HR, 6-10 GO-FO

RP D. Patton 1.2 IP, 2 H, 2 ER, 2/3 K/BB, HR, 1-1 GO-FO

RP V. Perkins .1 scoreless, 0 H, 1/1 K/BB

 

Tennessee won 16-9 Box Score

 

SS S. Castro 2/6, R, RBI, 2 2B (5)

CF J. Adduci 2/3, 3 BB, 4 R, SB (32)

LF T. Wright 3/4, 2 BB, 3 R, 2 RBI, 2B (20), HR (9)

1B B. Lalli 2/4, R, 4 RBI

3B J. Mota 0/1, K

RF T. Colvin 4/6, R, RBI, 2B (11), K

3B/1B R. Canzler 2/5, BB, 2 R, 2 RBI, 2B (12), K

C W. Castillo 3/6, R, 2 RBI, 2 2B (11), 2 K

2B T. Thomas 1/3, 2 BB, R, 2 RBI, HR (11), 2 E (16, fielding x 2)

PH D. Deeds 0/0, BB, R

PH M. Smith 0/1

SP A. Cashner 4.1 IP, 7 H, 5 R, 3 ER, 1/5 K/BB, 6-6 GO-FO

RP M. Carrillo 1.2 IP, 4 H, 4 ER, 1/0 K/BB, HR, 2-2 GO-FO

RP D. Sasser 2 scoreless, 1 H, 1/2 K/BB, 2-2 GO-FO

RP J. Ruhlman 1 scoreless, 1 H, 3-0 GO-FO

 

Peoria won 2-0 Box Score

 

3B D. Macias 2/4, R, RBI

DH R. Flaherty 0/4, 2 K

1B R. Ridling 2/3, 2B (32)

CF K. Burke 0/3, 2 K

SS DJ LeMahieu 1/3, RBI

RF N. Perez 0/3, K

C M. Brenly 1/3, R, 2B (16), K

2B J. Lake 0/3, K, E (37, fielding)

SP A. Bibens-Dirkx 7 scoreless, 4 H, 6/1 K/BB, 11-4 GO-FO

RP M. De Leon .2 scoreless, 1 H, 1-1 GO-FO

RP C. Huseby 1.1 scoreless, 1 H, 2/0 K/BB, 1-1 GO-FO

 

Boise lost 14-5 Box Score

 

SS HJ Lee 1/4, BB, R, K, CS (6)

2B L. Watkins 2/3, 2 BB, R, 2 2B (13), E (9, fielding)

1B J. Bour 1/5, R, 2B (10), K

3B G. Rohan 2/4, R, 2 RBI, 2 2B (11), K

LF R. Wagner 2/4, R, 2 RBI, HR (3), K

RF JH Ha 0/3, BB, RBI, SB (5)

C R. Jones 0/3, BB, 2 K

DH D. Fitzgerald 0/4, 2 K

SP R. Hernandez 4 IP, 4 H, 3 ER, 6/3 K/BB, HR, 4-2 GO-FO

RP Y. Gonzalez 1.2 IP, 6 H, 4 ER, 1/0 K/BB, WP, 2-2 GO-FO

RP R. Sontag 1 IP, 5 H, 5 R, 1 ER, 0-3 GO-FO

 

Daytona and the AZL Cubs with an off day

 

OVERALL: 3-1

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the opposing pitcher melted down in the 2nd inning (home run, walk to cashner, castro fly out, walk, walk) and the smokies continued to beat up on the relief pitcher (single, double, single, double with one of the runners thrown out at home). inning finally over but tennessee now leads 9-5. castro is 0-2, but colvin is 2-2 with a double, castillo has doubled, ty wright has walked and homered and thomas has homered. Edited by TruffleShuffle
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I hate getting slightly excited for Colvin again

 

yeah his post-ASB numbers and stats from tennessee are very good. i still don't see him having enough discipline to profile as anything more than a fourth outfielder at the big league level, though.

 

2 singles but no runs against cashner in the 2nd.

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1-2-3 third for cashner, including his first K of the night (the opposing pitcher). he's at 60 pitches; if he manages to be efficient he could actually go 5 innings and get the win. colvin has his third hit of the night, another single.

 

not a lot happening for peoria tonight; they have 3 singles and a run but the opposing starter seems pretty tough - his ERA is around 1.00 in more than 60 innings this year. bibens-dirkx is throwing well and has a 1-0 lead through 4 IP.

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no idea what is going on in tennessee, game stopped updating with 1 out in the bottom of the 5th. the smokies were up 12-5 though.

 

peoria leads 2-0 going to the top of the 9th with huseby in the game. very good pitchers' duel; the opposing pitcher went 7 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 0 BB, 8 K while bibens-dirkx went 7 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 6 K. don't see duels like that very often in the low minors. both guys' ERAs are under 2 for the year.

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I actually planned to go see Cashner pitch, but in the business of the beginning of the school year I spaced out and didn't pay attention to when he was pitching. From the looks of it I didn't miss anything as far as he was concerned, but overall it looks like it was an exciting game. Maybe I'll get to one of the remaining games in the series.
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Logan Watkins went 2-3 tonight with 2 doubles and 2 walks as well. He's now hitting .351 on the season. I really think I'd like to see him and Lee bumped to Daytona. Go ahead and place Flaherty(at 3B) and LeMahieu with Castro at Tennessee next year, since Thomas and Barney will be in Iowa. Have Lake repeat Peoria at SS with Fitzgerald at 2B. I know it's very agressive, but I think I'd try it anyway. Our middle infield is pretty loaded at this point considering we'll have Barney, Thomas, LeMahieu, Flaherty, Castro, Lake, Lee, and Watkins all in our top 30 next year. Hell, we may very well get 6 of these guys(everyone but Lake and Thomas) in our top 15.
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Starlin Castro has his AA avg. up to an even .300 after going 2-2, both doubles, and Tyler Colvin 4-6 with 1 double. I really see no harm in having Colvin finish the season in Iowa just to see what he can do at that level.

 

Tennessee has a good shot at making the playoffs while Iowa doesn't. They aren't going to take a key player out of a playoff chase (and have to make a corresponding roster move with another player) just to give him 10-15 games with his new minor league club.

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I hate getting slightly excited for Colvin again

 

yeah his post-ASB numbers and stats from tennessee are very good. i still don't see him having enough discipline to profile as anything more than a fourth outfielder at the big league level, though.

 

For the next few years such a player would be really nice to have. Soriano may no longer be an everyday guy, and Bradley obviously isn't, but they will both be here and have jobs by default. If he played enough to let each of them to sit against some RHers, and served as the primary backup to Fukudome in center (unless they come up with a RH version of Colvin in the system) he could have some value.

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