The gun at the park recorded into the low 90's (high of 93 maybe?) but I'm unsure of how accurate it is.
Right. So let's say 85 plus or minus 10. Pretty helpful
Tom Servo (06-26-2013)
Through 7.5 AZL Reds now trail 4-2.
Juan Martinez: 4.2IP, 3H, 5K, 0 Runs, of relief.
Through 4.5 in High A: Blaze trail 4-0.
Dyer: 5IP, 4ER, 2BB, 5K
And so far that's it.
After 9 AZL: Reds and Dodgers tied at 4-4.
Kevin Garcia: 2-4
After 7 in High A: Blaze now trail 7-2.
After Dyer gave up 4 in 6IP, Moran relieved him by giving up 3 in 1IP so far.
Silverio: 2-3, HR
Yovan Gonzalez: 2-3, RBI
AZL Reds fall 8-4 in 10.
Jesus Parra: Takes the loss after starting the 10th, and giving up 4 runs, 2ER, with 3BB. All without recording an out.
Blaze lose by a final score of 11-2
Dyer: 6 IP, 8 H, 4 ER, 2 BB, 6 K
Moran: 2 IP, 2 H, 3 ER, 2 BB, 1 K
Lotzkar: .2 IP, 3 H, 4 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 1 K
Doyle: .1 IP, 0 R, 0 ER, 1 BB, 1 K
I watched the game on milb.tv, and while they didn't have a CF camera I could still see the swings they were getting against him. In all, I'd say on OK outing. Key point still is that he's not overmatching hitters. This was the team with the second-lowest team batting average in the Midwest League (somewhere in the .230s). Very few swings and misses. Travieso did have much better command of his secondary stuff, if the announcer's descriptions were accurate. And he bounced back well after a long first inning.The gun at the park recorded into the low 90's (high of 93 maybe?) but I'm unsure of how accurate it is.
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"Travieso did have much better command of his secondary stuff, if the announcer's descriptions were accurate. And he bounced back well after a long first inning. "
Those are both great points - he got breaking balls in there pretty consistently for strikes, which I don't see a lot of these Low A pitchers do. And the first inning was 30+ pitches and easily his worst.