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7-22-09 Minor League Report

7-22-09 Minor League Report

minorleaguerept-logoTOM O’SHEA’S MINOR LEAGUE REPORT    7-22-09

THE OGDEN RAPTORS    ROOKIE

The Raptors were idle.

 
THE ALBUQUERQUE ISOTOPES     AAA

The Isotopes beat Round Rock 5-2.

ERIC STULTS (W, 3-0, 4.29), gave us a quality start going 6 innings and giving up 2 earned runs on 6 hits, 4 walks and 4 strike outs.  LINDBLOHM (3.95), CHOI (2.20), and STRICKLAND (3.48) each pitched a shutout inning of 1 hit 0 walk ball and struck out at least one hitter (STRICKLAND fanned 2.)  Maybe it’s time to give Strickland a Look-see as he earned his 20th save.

ROSARIO (.258), whacked a pinch hit solo shot.  MAZA (.288), and ABREU (.337)!!! smacked doubles.  ABREU, BROWN (.299), and STULTS (.400) all had 2 hit days.  ABREU has been on fire and must be called up son!

 
THE CHATTANOOGA LOOKOUTS    AA

The Lookouts played two–beating Mobile 14-7 and 3-0.

Game 1:  CASTILLO (4.82), stunk, but managed to win the game–his 6th against 7 losses.  He gave up 7 earned runs on 8 hits and 4 walks.  He got his butt bailed out by CORORAN who finished the game giving up 2 hits, pitching shutout relief, and walking none.

NIVAR (.386), MAY (.306) and GODWIN (.250) all went deep.  NIVAR also hit a triple.  GODWIN, SELLERS (.299), BELL (.287), GILES (.289), BECKER (.244), and CASTILLO (.214), all hit 2-baggers.

GODWIN went 3-5.  NIVAR, MAY, GILES, and BECKER all had 2 hit games.

Game 2:  BATISTA (W, 5-0, 1.85), GARATE (H, 4, 1.96), and SARTOR (S, 9, 3.10) combined on a 1 hit shutout.  They walked nobody and struck out 4.

MITCHELL (.214) went yard.  NIVAR(.384) cracked a double.  MITCHELL went 2-3 with 2 rbis.

 
THE INLAND EMPIRE 66ERS     A    ADVANCED

The 66ers lost to Cucamonga 6-2.

JOSH WALL (L, 1-5, 5.35), took the loss going 6 and giving up 4 earned runs on 9 hits, 2 walks and 2 K’ s. SANFLER ()4.73) mopped up the last 2 innings giving up 2 earned runs on 3 hits.

MIER (.219), hit a home run.  CASERES (.296) hit his 21st double.  ROBINSON (.308), and CASERES had 2 hit games in the loss.

 
THE GREAT LAKES LOONS    A

The Loonies decided the grass was too damp to play upon yesterday despite the fact their was n o rain out per say.  What a bunch of wusses!

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