THT Daily: Ouch

Player News
Yesterday’s Results
Today’s Games
Standings
Game of the Day
Yesterday’s Home Runs
Top Minor League Performances

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On this day at THT: Four years ago, Aaron Gleeman took a second look at the boys of Moneyball.


Player News

Player Headlines are courtesy of Rotoworld

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The Mighty Pujols at bat (Icon/SMI)

Albert Pujols will leave Cincinnati and return to St. Louis for tests after aggravating his left calf in Tuesday’s game. “Based on what I saw—and I’m not a doctor—it was pretty bad,” GM John Mozeliak said. Pujols has played through leg problems plenty of times before, but if he can’t do it now, the Cardinals figure to call up Chris Duncan to play first base.

Tigers optioned LHP Dontrelle Willis to Single-A Lakeland. The Tigers completely botched Willis’ return fron the DL by having him throw one inning in his first 12 days on the active roster. He obviously needs to pitch as much as possible if he’s going to get through these command problems, and the Tigers weren’t doing anything to get him there by having him throw 6 1/3 innings in nearly three weeks. Triple-A Toledo’s Eddie Bonine is the favorite to replace him in the rotation, but it’s doubtful that he’d prove adequate. The Tigers just don’t have any solid alternatives.

Tom Glavine will go back on the disabled list with a strained elbow that he said has been bothering him for a month. Glavine will undergo an MRI. The Braves haven’t commented on the choice to replace him in the rotation, but it’s time for Charlie Morton to get a look. NL-only leaguers may want to stash the 24-year-old right-hander away.

After being examined over the weekend, Rafael Furcal (back) learned that he won’t be ready to play in actual games for at least another two weeks. The Dodgers were aiming to get Furcal back on June 17, but now it looks like he’ll miss the rest of the month. Nomar Garciaparra should beat him back and get a look at shortstop. In the meantime, Angel Berroa will start most of the time over Luis Maza.

The Padres confirmed Tuesday that Jake Peavy (elbow) will come off the disabled list and start Thursday against the Dodgers. “Like I said the other day, I’m chomping at the bit,” he said. “I’m as ready as I will ever be. I feel good and this is the right time to do it.” With Peavy back, the Padres designated Wilfredo Ledezma for assignment today.

Troy Tulowitzki is on his way to Single-A Modesto to begin his rehab from a torn tendon in his left quadriceps, Rockies manager Clint Hurdle said Tuesday. It sounds as though Tulo could be back in 10-14 days if all goes according to plan. As much as he was struggling before getting hurt, the Rockies will want him to produce in the minors before activating him.


Yesterday’s Results

Game recaps courtesy of Craig Calcaterra.

Indians 1, Twins 0: I watched most of this game (the whole thing was 2:06; I missed four innings when I blinked once), and Sabathia was something to behold. Over the years I’ve watched games where Sabathia looked rather disinterested. Even last year, when he was so good so often, you got the sense on occasion that he was looking forward to a sandwich and brew at Panini’s or something rather than the next hitter. Last night was different. The Twins laid down a couple of bunt hits early, which clearly made the big fellow mad. Early on he was at around 93-94 on the STO gun. After those little squib hits he was hitting 95, 96, and the occasional 97, and coming inside a lot too. If anything, by the ninth inning he looked like he was just loosening up. And he just looked mean. If he could do that every time out, he’d join Zambrano on my 1960s retro rotation.

Cardinals 7, Reds 2: It could have been 137-2 and it would still be a bad night for St. Louis, as Albert Pujols had to be helped off the field with a calf injury in the 7th inning. More than anyone else in baseball, he’s the guy whose team would be the most screwed if they had to play without him for a spell. Not a good night for Homer Bailey either (3.2 IP, 8 H, 5 ER, 3 BB, 2K). And Jay Bruce was batting leadoff? Sure, why not?

Nationals 7, Pirates 6: The other night it was Elijah Dukes with the game winner in the ninth, last night it was Lastings Milledge. If Wily Mo Pena hits a walkoff job in the next few nights, can we say Jim Bowden’s vision has been realized?

Orioles 10, Red Sox 6: Beckett was none too good (6 IP, 8 H, 4 ER) but this was a bullpen ‘asplosion for the Sox. Okajima (0.1 IP, 2 H, 2 BB, 3 ER); and Hansen (1 IP, 4 H, 3 R) were the evening’s arsonists.

Tigers 6, White Sox 4: A win for Detroit is nice, but you’d think they would have scored more than six runs off of 13 hits in the first seven innings of the game, no?

Marlins 5, Phillies 4: Brett Myers gave up three runs before Greater Philadelphia had eased into its collective Barcalounger. Despite settling down a bit, it was a hole the Phillies couldn’t climb out of. The Phillies will probably weather these kinds of outings because the Braves, Marlins, and Mets don’t seem all that interested in posing a challenge this season, but the Phils would probably like someone besides Cole Hamels to pitch at an above-average clip this season.

Astros 6, Brewers 1: Just another day at the office for Lance Berkman (3-4, 3B, HR, 5 RBI). Welcome back from the brink, Roy Oswalt (7 IP, 5 H, 1 ER, 10 K).

Cubs 10, Braves 5: Did you hear that Atlanta is the worst road team in baseball? Getting swept in the last home series before hitting the highway doesn’t help matters any either. Oh, and according to the baseball tonight guys, Smoltz’s surgery today revealed more damage than they even expected. Huzzah.


Diamondbacks 9, Mets 5
: Maury Brown interviewed New York Sun baseball writer Tim Marchman yesterday. Marchman had this to say on the state of the Mets:

The Mets seem to be stuck in a recurring pattern where they develop some good young talent, invest well in veterans, verge on becoming a really elite team, and then blow it because they tilt a little too heavily toward older players. This has gone on under so many general managers and so many managers, and for so long, that it really seems to be a systemic problem, and the one common thread for a long time now has been the Wilpon family, who really don’t get enough blame for presiding over the same story being told over and over again with a slightly different cast each time . . . The Yankees may not be good, but there’s never any sense of abject hopelessness about them, and that puts them up on the Mets.

Note: he said that before the Dbacks came back from a 5-1 deficit to hand New York their 5th straight loss last night.

Blue Jays 3, Mariners 1: You thought the Indians game was short? This one came in at 2:02. Dustin McGowan (CG, 5 H, 1 ER, 7K) was vexing, and from the looks of the box score, the Mariners didn’t put up much of a fight. Am I the only one expecting Ichiro, in the course of some long interview with a Japanese magazine, to come out and ask for a trade because the culture of losing in Seattle is making him sad?

Rangers 6, Royals 5: Royals’ catcher John Buck: “After 7 2/3 [innings], we just quit. That’s basically what it was.” Sorry John; you don’t get any points for being a team leader who speaks hard truths when you’re the guy who gives up the game winning passed ball. Not that he isn’t right. The Rangers scored four runs in the eighth after there were already two out. An error sparked that off, but the Kansas City bullpen imploded and Trey Hillman got ejected for arguing balls and strikes. Just another inspiring night at Kauffman Stadium.

Angels 6, Rays 1: Jered Weaver shuts down the Rays (8 IP, 4 H, 1 ER). For my purposes, both James and Scott Shields, whose names I always confuse for some reason, pitched in this game. Scott sent the Rays down quietly in the ninth. James managed not to throw a punch at anyone.

Rockies 10, Giants 5: Were you aware that the Giants came in with a seven game road winning streak? Me neither. Well, they don’t have that going for them anymore. Garrett Atkins apparently had a bunch of diving grabs at third. I’m goin’ to the gym after I post this. If I make the lights just right, I usually catch the Top 10 plays right after I get on the treadmill. My guess is that at least two of his gems get bumped for rather pedestrian plays from the Lakers-Celtics game.

Dodgers 7, Padres 2: The Dodgers score four in the seventh, ruining a strong Greg Maddux outing. Well, “ruining” may be too harsh. I love the guy, but you have to expect this sort of thing when you’re basically a five or six inning starter, max. Ten years ago, Maddux — who had only thrown 70 pitches — stays in and protects that precious 2-1 lead for at least another inning. He can’t do that anymore, so these things are going to happen.

Yankees 3, A’s 1: Lost in all of the hubbub over Joba’s transition, Mussina’s resurgence, Giambi’s moustache, and a bunch of other things, A-Rod is hitting .444/.500/.806 in June, no doubt happy to not be the center of attention for once.

You can download a compact version of yesterday’s boxscores from Heater Magazine.

First Inning’s Major and Minor League Daily Reports:
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Today’s Games
National League
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 Washington Nationals at Pittsburgh Pirates, 7:05 PM
  (L) John Lannan (4-6) vs. (R) Ian Snell (2-6)
 Arizona Diamondbacks at New York Mets, 7:10 PM
  (R) Brandon Webb (11-2) vs. (R) Mike Pelfrey (2-6)
 Philadelphia Phillies at Florida Marlins, 7:10 PM
  (L) Cole Hamels (6-4) vs. (L) Andrew Miller (4-5)
 St. Louis Cardinals at Cincinnati Reds, 7:10 PM
  (R) Braden Looper (7-5) vs. (R) Johnny Cueto (5-5)
 Milwaukee Brewers at Houston Astros, 8:05 PM
  (L) Manny Parra (4-2) vs. (R) Brandon Backe (4-7)
 Atlanta Braves at Chicago Cubs, 8:05 PM
  (R) Jair Jurrjens (6-3) vs. (R) Ryan Dempster (7-2)
 San Francisco Giants at Colorado Rockies, 9:05 PM
  (R) Tim Lincecum (8-1) vs. (R) Ubaldo Jimenez (1-6)
 Los Angeles Dodgers at San Diego Padres, 10:05 PM
  (R) Chad Billingsley (4-6) vs. (L) Randy Wolf (4-4)
 
 American League
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 Seattle Mariners at Toronto Blue Jays, 12:37 PM
  (R) Felix Hernandez (4-5) vs. (R) Shaun Marcum (5-3)
 Tampa Bay Rays at LA Angels of Anaheim, 3:35 PM
  (L) Scott Kazmir (6-1) vs. (R) John Lackey (2-1)
 Baltimore Orioles at Boston Red Sox, 7:05 PM
  (L) Garrett Olson (5-1) vs. (R) Bartolo Colon (3-1)
 Chicago White Sox at Detroit Tigers, 7:05 PM
  (R) Javier Vazquez (6-4) vs. (R) Justin Verlander (2-9)
 Minnesota Twins at Cleveland Indians, 7:05 PM
  (R) Nick Blackburn (4-4) vs. (R) Paul Byrd (3-5)
 Texas Rangers at Kansas City Royals, 8:10 PM
  (R) Vicente Padilla (7-3) vs. (R) Kyle Davies (2-0)
 New York Yankees at Oakland Athletics, 10:05 PM
  (R) Darrell Rasner (3-3) vs. (R) Justin Duchscherer (5-4)


Standings

The graphics next to each team are called “sparklines.” They depict each team’s performance over the last month. Each “up” bar is a victory and a “down” bar is a loss. There are horizontal lines for home games and red bars represent games decided by two runs or less. “PWins” is short for Projected Wins, based on each team’s Run Differential, and is often a better measure of a team’s true strength. Other team graphs and stats can be found on our Team Page.

American League East        Pwins  Diff
BOS     40  27 .597    0.0   39     1    sparkline graph
TB      38  27 .585    1.0   35     3    sparkline graph
BAL     32  31 .508    6.0   31     1    sparkline graph
NYA     33  32 .508    6.0   32     1    sparkline graph
TOR     34  33 .507    6.0   36    -2    sparkline graph
American League Central     
CHA     37  27 .578    0.0   40    -3    sparkline graph
MIN     31  34 .477    6.5   29     2    sparkline graph
CLE     30  35 .462    7.5   34    -4    sparkline graph
DET     27  37 .422   10.0   30    -3    sparkline graph
KC      25  40 .385   12.5   25     0    sparkline graph
American League West        
LAA     40  26 .606    0.0   34     6    sparkline graph
OAK     34  30 .531    5.0   37    -3    sparkline graph
TEX     33  33 .500    7.0   31     2    sparkline graph
SEA     23  42 .354   16.5   26    -3    sparkline graph


National League East        Pwins  Diff
PHI     39  27 .591    0.0   40    -1    sparkline graph
FLA     35  29 .547    3.0   32     3    sparkline graph
ATL     32  33 .492    6.5   37    -5    sparkline graph
NYN     30  33 .476    7.5   31    -1    sparkline graph
WAS     26  40 .394   13.0   24     2    sparkline graph
National League Central     
CHN     41  24 .631    0.0   42    -1    sparkline graph
STL     39  27 .591    2.5   37     2    sparkline graph
MIL     33  31 .516    7.5   31     2    sparkline graph
HOU     33  32 .508    8.0   32     1    sparkline graph
PIT     31  34 .477   10.0   30     1    sparkline graph
CIN     31  35 .470   10.5   31     0    sparkline graph
National League West        
ARI     35  30 .538    0.0   37    -2    sparkline graph
LAN     31  33 .484    3.5   34    -3    sparkline graph
SF      29  36 .446    6.0   29     0    sparkline graph
SD      28  38 .424    7.5   26     2    sparkline graph
COL     25  39 .391    9.5   26    -1    sparkline graph


Game of the Day
Nationals 7, Pirates 6 - FINAL

WASHINGTON             ab  r  h rbi bb so lob   avg
C Guzman ss             5  0  2  0   0  0   0  .310
E Dukes rf              5  1  2  0   0  1   3  .207
L Milledge cf           5  1  2  2   0  0   2  .251
D Young 1b              4  1  3  1   0  0   0  .266
 W Harris pr-3b         1  1  0  0   0  1   0  .156
A Boone 3b-1b           4  0  0  0   0  2   1  .254
J Flores c              3  1  1  1   1  1   0  .318
R Belliard 2b           4  2  3  3   0  0   0  .225
W Pena lf               4  0  0  0   0  0   2  .200
 L Ayala p              0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
 C Manning p            0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
 J Hanrahan p           0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
 J Rauch p              0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
T Redding p             2  0  0  0   0  1   0  .130
 va-F Lopez ph          1  0  1  0   0  0   0  .239
 S Rivera p             0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
 R Langerhans lf        1  0  0  0   0  0   0  .185

Totals                 39  7 14  7   1  6   8   ###

PITTSBURGH             ab  r  h rbi bb so lob   avg
N McLouth cf            4  1  1  0   1  1   0  .301
F Sanchez 2b            5  0  1  1   0  1   1  .240
J Bay lf                3  2  1  0   1  1   1  .284
R Doumit c              4  3  4  3   0  0   0  .345
X Nady rf               3  0  1  1   1  0   1  .319
A LaRoche 1b            4  0  0  0   0  1   3  .217
J Bautista 3b           3  0  0  0   0  1   1  .258
 J Grabow p             0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
 F Osoria p             0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .400
 ha-J Michaels ph       0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .280
 hb-D Mientkiewicz ph   0  0  0  1   0  0   1  .228
 M Capps p              0  0  0  0   0  0   0  .000
Ja Wilson ss            4  0  2  0   0  1   1  .300
P Maholm p              2  0  0  0   0  0   2  .192
 C Gomez 3b             2  0  0  0   0  0   0  .301

Totals                 34  6 10  6   3  6  11   ###

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    WASHINGTON      - 000 010 312   --   7 14 1
    PITTSBURGH      - 300 001 020   --   6 10 0
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va-singled to center for T Redding in the 7th;  ha-hit for J Bautista in the 
8th;  hb-hit sacrifice fly to right for J Michaels in the 8th.

BATTING: 2B - D Young (2, P Maholm); E Dukes 2 (5, P Maholm, M Capps); C Guzman 
(21, P Maholm); N McLouth (20, T Redding); R Doumit 2 (10, L Ayala, T Redding). 
HR - R Doumit 2 (7, 1st inning off T Redding 1 on, 1 Out, 6th inning off T 
Redding 0 on, 0 Out), R Belliard 2 (4, 5th inning off P Maholm 0 on, 2 Out, 7th 
inning off P Maholm 0 on, 1 Out), D Young (2, 7th inning off P Maholm 0 on, 0 
Out), J Flores (3, 7th inning off P Maholm 0 on, 1 Out), L Milledge (5, 9th 
inning off M Capps 1 on, 2 Out). SF - D Mientkiewicz. RBI - R Belliard 3 (12), 
D Young (5), J Flores (18), L Milledge 2 (25), F Sanchez (26), R Doumit 3 (18), 
X Nady (47), D Mientkiewicz (9). 2-out RBI - R Belliard 2, L Milledge 2. 
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out - W Pena 1, E Dukes 2, L Milledge 1, X 
Nady 1, F Sanchez 1, J Bautista 1. GIDP - L Milledge, P Maholm. Team LOB - 
WASHINGTON 6, PITTSBURGH 5. BASERUNNING: SB - W Harris (2, 2nd base off J 
Grabow/R Doumit), N McLouth (7, 2nd base off S Rivera/J Flores). CS - F Sanchez 
(1, 2nd base by T Redding/J Flores). FIELDING: E - T Redding (1, throw). 
Outfield assists - X Nady (L Milledge at Home). DP:  (A Boone-C Guzman-R 
Belliard, J Flores-C Guzman, Ja Wilson-A LaRoche). 

WASHINGTON                   ip       h   r  er  bb  so  hr    era
T Redding                     6       8   4   4   1   3   2   4.29
S Rivera                      1       0   0   0   1   0   0   4.03
L Ayala (B, 3)                0       2   2   2   1   0   0   5.66
C Manning                       1/3   0   0   0   0   1   0   2.61
J Hanrahan (W, 2-2)             2/3   0   0   0   0   1   0   4.24
J Rauch (S, 13)               1       0   0   0   0   1   0   2.56

PITTSBURGH                   ip       h   r  er  bb  so  hr    era
P Maholm                      6 2/3  10   4   4   0   4   4   4.55
J Grabow                      1       1   1   1   1   1   0   1.93
F Osoria                        1/3   1   0   0   0   0   0   4.67
M Capps (L, 0-1; B, 1)        1       2   2   2   0   1   1   2.64

L Ayala pitched to 3 batters in the 8th.

WP - T Redding. Pitches-strikes: T Redding 96-59; S Rivera 19-9; L Ayala 
12-5; C Manning 5-4; J Hanrahan 8-5; J Rauch 9-8; P Maholm 88-59; J Grabow 
17-9; F Osoria 9-6; M Capps 15-10. Ground balls-fly balls: T Redding 9-5; S 
Rivera 0-3; L Ayala 0-0; C Manning 0-0; J Hanrahan 0-1; J Rauch 0-2; P Maholm 
9-6; J Grabow 1-1; F Osoria 0-1; M Capps 1-1. Batters faced: T Redding 25; S 
Rivera 4; L Ayala 3; C Manning 1; J Hanrahan 2; J Rauch 3; P Maholm 28; J 
Grabow 5; F Osoria 2; M Capps 5. IRS - F Osoria, J Hanrahan. UMPIRES: 
HP--Hunter Wendelstedt. 1B--Marvin Hudson. 2B--Tom Hallion. 3B--Brian Knight.   
T--2:38. (Plus rain delay totaling 12 minutes in the 1st). Att--12,957. 
Weather: 74 degrees, drizzle. Wind: 12 mph, right to left.

The following graph tracks the game’s Win Probability, courtesy of Fan Graphs. You can also view live WPA graphs at Fangraphs during any ballgame all season long.

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Yesterday’s Home Runs

The following stats are provided by Hit Tracker, which logs the projected “true” distance of each home run (if it were to land uninterrupted at field level) and its “standard” distance, which is corrected for weather conditions. Each homer is also categorized into one of three types: Just Enough (JE) for homers that cleared the fence by ten feet or less, Plenty (PL) for those that were sure home runs but not “blasts,” and No Doubt (ND) for true “blasts”—homers that cleared the fence by at least 20 feet and landed at least 50 feet beyond the fence.

Hitter                Team    Pitcher              Team   True   Stnd.  # Type
Garret Anderson       LAA     James Shields        TB      390    386   6  PL
Rick Ankiel           STL     Homer Bailey         CIN     395    386   9  ND
Garrett Atkins        COL     Alex Hinshaw         SF      401    365   9  PL
Ronnie Belliard       WAS     Paul Maholm          PIT     401    388   4  JE/L
Ronnie Belliard       WAS     Paul Maholm          PIT     390    384   3  JE
Lance Berkman         HOU     Seth McClung         MIL     381    371  19  PL
Ryan Braun            MIL     Roy Oswalt           HOU     358    347  17  PL
Pat Burrell           PHI     Joe Nelson           FLA     357    346  16  PL
Melky Cabrera         NYY     Keith Foulke         OAK     364    366   7  PL
Jorge Cantu           FLA     Bret Myers           PHI     375    369  12  PL
Ryan Doumit           PIT     Tim Redding          WAS     362    351   7  PL
Ryan Doumit           PIT     Tim Redding          WAS     382    371   6  ND
J.D. Drew             BOS     Daniel Cabrera       BAL     450    424   9  ND
Stephen Drew          ARI     Duaner Sanchez       NYM     402    399  10  JE
Jesus Flores          WAS     Paul Maholm          PIT     368    360   3  PL
Alex Gordon           KC      Kevin Milwood        TEX     428    411   6  PL
Gabe Gross            TB      Jered Weaver         LAA     405    391   5  JE/L
Vladimir Guerrero     LAA     James Shields        TB      430    422   9  PL
Todd Helton           COL     Vinnie Chulk         SF      385    355   7  JE
Brian Horwitz         SF      Luis Vizcaino        COL     411    363   2  JE/L
Orlando Hudson        ARI     John Maine           NYM     423    418   7  ND
Conor Jackson         ARI     Duaner Sanchez       NYM     388    386   7  PL
Mike Jacobs           FLA     Bret Myers           PHI     396    393  15  PL
Derek Lee             CHC     Tom Glavine          ATL     404    374   1  PL
Ryan Ludwick          STL     David Weathers       CIN     430    422  15  PL
Lastings Milledge     WAS     Matt Capps           PIT     411    407   5  JE
Greg Norton           ATL     Ted Lilly            CHC     419    384   2  ND
Albert Pujols         STL     Homer Bailey         CIN     436    422  16  PL
Hanley Ramirez        FLA     Bret Myers           PHI     423    417  15  ND
Manny Ramirez         BOS     Daniel Cabrera       BAL     457    421  15  ND
Jeremy Reed           SEA     Dustin McGowan       TOR     417    415   2  PL
Jimmy Rollins         PHI     Ricky Nolasco        FLA     414    412   5  ND
Chris Snyder          ARI     Joe Smith            NYM     392    390   7  PL
Geavany Soto          CHC     Manny Acosta         ATL     368    340   1  JE/L
Jim Thome             CWS     Nate Robertson       DET     389    385  13  PL
Joey Votto            CIN     Mitchell Boggs       STL     425    415  11  JE
Vernon Wells          TOR     Carlos Silva         SEA     419    416   7  JE
Brad Wilkerson        TOR     Carlos Silva         SEA     411    396   3  JE/L
David Wright          NYM     Micah Owings         ARI     428    422  12  ND
Dmitri Young          WAS     Paul Maholm          PIT     401    394   2  JE


Top Minor League Games

The following list, provided by First Inning, includes the top minor league batting (based on Runs Created) and pitching (based on Game Score) performances from yesterday, with a focus on each team’s top prospects.

ORG LVL PLAYER            AB  H 2B 3B HR BB SO  Notes
COL AAA Jayson Nix........ 3  2  1  0  1  1  0  
TOR AAA Adam Lind......... 4  3  2  0  0  1  1  
SEA A+  Gregory Halman.... 5  2  0  0  2  0  2  
STL A   Thomas Pham....... 4  2  0  0  2  0  0  
TEX AAA John Mayberry..... 4  2  1  0  1  0  1  
PIT AAA Brian Bixler...... 4  2  0  1  1  0  1  
TEX AA  M. Ramirez........ 3  1  0  0  1  3  1  
FLA A+  Logan Morrison.... 4  3  2  0  0  0  0  3 R
ARI A+  Edward Easley..... 4  2  2  0  0  1  1  
NYY AAA Alberto Gonzalez.. 2  2  1  0  0  2  0  
COL AA  Dexter Fowler..... 4  2  2  0  0  0  0  
OAK AA  Justin Sellers.... 4  3  0  0  1  0  0  5 RBI !

ORG LVL PLAYER            IP  H  R ER SO BB HR  Notes
OAK A+  Brett Anderson.... 7  4  0  0  9  0  0  
MIN A   M. McCardell...... 8  5  0  0  9  1  0  
SF  A+  Tim Alderson...... 6  4  1  1  8  1  0  
MIL A+  Zach Braddock..... 5  2  1  1 10  4  0  
DET A   Brandon Hamilton.. 6  3  0  0  5  0  0  
FLA AAA E. De La Cruz..... 6  1  0  0  5  1  0  
MIN AAA F. Liriano........ 6  6  1  1  7  1  0  
TOR AAA David Purcey...... 6  6  2  2  8  2  0  11 GB
TOR A   Bradley Mills..... 7  7  0  0  6  1  0  
SD  A   Jeremy Hefner..... 5  6  2  2  7  1  0  
STL AAA Anthony Reyes..... 7  5  3  3  3  0  0  13 GB
CLE A+  Hector Rondon..... 5  5  2  2  6  2  0  

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