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Thread: Four Chattanooga relievers who could help Reds bullpen in future

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    Re: Four Chattanooga relievers who could help Reds bullpen in future

    Woody has struggled a fair amount in his first year of full-season ball- not that his ERA would show it, but he's given up a big fistful of unearned runs.

    He's old for the level and will move fast if he does well.

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    Re: Four Chattanooga relievers who could help Reds bullpen in future

    Quote Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine
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    Carlos Guevara, RHP

    14.1 innings, 5 hits, 1 HR, 2 BB, 21 K, 0.50 WHIP, 1.26 ERA

    Calvin Medlock, RHP

    14.2 innings, 6 hits, 0 HR, 7 BB, 12 K, 0.92 WHIP, 1.23 ERA

    David Shafer, RHP

    9 innings, 6 hits, 0 HR, 3 BB, 10 K, 1.00 WHIP, 2.00 ERA

    Jon Coutlangus, LHP

    13 innings, 6 hits, 0 HR, 7 BB, 14 K, 1.00 WHIP, 1.38 ERA

    Since I've heard that most of Medlock's BB's came in one game, early, those are some very VERY impressive numbers. Late season, these kids really could help I think.

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    Re: Four Chattanooga relievers who could help Reds bullpen in future

    Salmon has been very impressive in L-ville since his promotion. I think he needs to keep showing improved control before he gets the call.

    Guevara has been slapped around a little bit in the last few weeks.

    Coutlangus & Shafer look ready for a AAA challenge...on their way to the bigs later this season.
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    Re: Four Chattanooga relievers who could help Reds bullpen in future

    Coutlangus gave up two runs last night and took the loss, but he's still at 2.28. Guevara is still under 3 even though he's also been hit a little as of late.

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    Re: Four Chattanooga relievers who could help Reds bullpen in future

    i remember watching guevara a year or 2 ago. hes gonna be a specialist i think. his screwball or forkball or whatever they call is dang good

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    Re: Four Chattanooga relievers who could help Reds bullpen in future

    Shafer's pitching great and everything, but he's being used like a big-league closer, only one inning at a time and in save situations. I wish he were getting two innings at a time like Guevara or Coutlangus.

    Medlock has been on the DL for almost a week. Why, I don't know, but Brock Till came up from Sarasota to wildly fling a few 97-mph fastballs until he comes back.

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    Re: Four Chattanooga relievers who could help Reds bullpen in future

    Maybe Brock Till is one adjustment away, i.e. Derrick Turnbull. It would be nice, if that happened, that the Reds would be the team to figure that adjustment out. Wishful thinking, I'm sure...
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