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Reds Fanatic
04-16-2008, 04:22 PM
This is from John Fay's blog here are the Reds prospects leading the various leagues right now.

REDS LEAGUE LEADERS
Jerry Hairston (International), .421ba
Louisville Bats (International), .272ba
Homer Bailey (International), 19.0ip
B.J. Szymanski (Southern), .417ba
Daryl Thompson (Southern), 0.51era
Daryl Thompson (Southern), 17.2ip
Mike Griffin (Southern), 8 doubles
Mike Griffin (Southern), 8xbh
Luis Bolivar (Southern), 10 runs
Drew Stubbs (Florida State), 7 steals
Sarasota Reds (Florida State), .290ba
Juan Francisco (Florida State), 19h
Juan Francisco (Florida State), 7 doubles
Juan Francisco (Florida State), 10xbh
Chris Valaika (Florida State), 19h
Todd Frazier (Midwest), 5HR
Todd Frazier (Midwest), 10xbh
Todd Frazier (Midwest), 14 runs

OesterPoster
04-16-2008, 04:45 PM
Sarasota Reds (Florida State), .290ba


This one stands out to me, considering everyone calls the FSL so "pitcher friendly"...or does it become more so when the temperature & humidity start rising? Or maybe it's because the Reds have some serious sticks on that team right now.

BuckeyeRedleg
04-16-2008, 04:54 PM
I made a quick note today of who looks to be pitching well below AAA....

AA
Thompson - 17.2 IP, 20 K, 1 BB, 10 H, .62 WHIP
Fisher (relief) - 5.2 IP, 7 K, 0 BB, 2 H, .35 WHIP

A+
Wood - 9.2 IP, 13 K, 4 BB, 6 H, 1.03 WHIP
J. Smith - 19.1 IP, 17 K, 3 BB, 1.03 WHIP
Geronimo (relief) - 7.2 IP, 11 K, 2 BB, 2 H, .52 WHIP
Manuel (relief) - 7.2 IP, 11 K, 3 BB, 5 H, 1.04 WHIP

A-
Jeffords (relief) - 8.2 IP, 17 K, 3 BB, 4 H, .81 WHIP

BuckeyeRedleg
04-16-2008, 04:56 PM
AA
Szymanski 1.192 OPS
T. Gutierrez .953 OPS
Griffin .925 OPS
Tatum .825 OPS

A+
Francisco 1.038 OPS
Valaika .924 OPS
Stubbs .894 OPS

A-
Frazier 1.310 OPS
Waring .957 OPS

Redman15
04-16-2008, 05:01 PM
Francisco is also in the top 10 in Avg in the FSL.

Redman15
04-16-2008, 05:13 PM
I will be in Sarasota this weekend and will get to see these guy's in person.
I hope they will have tickets available. Ha Ha. They are averaging about
500 per game.

dougdirt
04-16-2008, 06:03 PM
I will be in Sarasota this weekend and will get to see these guy's in person.
I hope they will have tickets available. Ha Ha. They are averaging about
500 per game.

Great joke. I loved it :D

CrackerJack
04-16-2008, 07:46 PM
They just showed Justin Lehr's #'s on Reds pre-game, wow.

Get some of these arms up here pronto! :)

Screwball
04-16-2008, 10:43 PM
They just showed Justin Lehr's #'s on Reds pre-game, wow.

Get some of these arms up here pronto! :)

What, Fogg not doin it for ya?

camisadelgolf
04-16-2008, 11:37 PM
I'm really excited about that Luis Bolivar kid in Chattanooga. The Reds need a second baseman who can score once he's on the basepaths, and I think Bolivar might be that guy to push Phillips when Phillips starts leaving his prime.

dougdirt
04-17-2008, 12:33 AM
I'm really excited about that Luis Bolivar kid in Chattanooga. The Reds need a second baseman who can score once he's on the basepaths, and I think Bolivar might be that guy to push Phillips when Phillips starts leaving his prime.

problem is, Bolivar is older than Phillips.

mth123
04-17-2008, 12:35 AM
I'm really excited about that Luis Bolivar kid in Chattanooga. The Reds need a second baseman who can score once he's on the basepaths, and I think Bolivar might be that guy to push Phillips when Phillips starts leaving his prime.

Bolivar is 27, born 2-15-81. Nothing to be excited about IMO. Phillips is 4 months younger, born 6-28-81.

WolfbattXIX
04-17-2008, 03:44 PM
I will be in Sarasota this weekend and will get to see these guy's in person.
I hope they will have tickets available. Ha Ha. They are averaging about
500 per game.

I just hope they keep hitting for you.

camisadelgolf
04-17-2008, 11:54 PM
problem is, Bolivar is older than Phillips.

You guys seem to be forgetting his OPS in Billings. Five years ago, he was TEARING IT UP. This guy is a future star, just waiting for the right time to make a rebound. You'll see. You'll see. Either that or he'll be this year's Enrique Cruz. He just needs time for his frame to fill out a little bit.