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    Re: 6/22 Minor League Update (Homer makes his Lookouts debut)

    It looks like our outfielders have great arms. They keep throwing out Runners.

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    Re: 6/22 Minor League Update (Homer makes his Lookouts debut)

    Sounds like Bailey's command of his curve isn't there tonight, though he is keeping good control and a better defense what he dealt with in Sarasota, has helped him out.

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    Re: 6/22 Minor League Update (Homer makes his Lookouts debut)

    Sarasota is currently losing 1-0 through 3 innings.

    Dayton is down 5-0 in the 3rd. Carlos Fisher gave up 7 hits in 2 innings and walked 3 guys before being removed. Jay Bruce has the Dragons only hit.

    Louisville is tied at 0 in the 4th inning.

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    Re: 6/22 Minor League Update (Homer makes his Lookouts debut)

    Thanks for the info Dougdirt.

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    Re: 6/22 Minor League Update (Homer makes his Lookouts debut)

    2-0 Chattanooga headed to the top of the 4th.
    I miss Adam Dunn.

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    Re: 6/22 Minor League Update (Homer makes his Lookouts debut)

    Louisville is down 3-0 through 3 1/2

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    Re: 6/22 Minor League Update (Homer makes his Lookouts debut)

    4 IP, 3 H, 0 R, O BB, 4 Ks
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    Re: 6/22 Minor League Update (Homer makes his Lookouts debut)

    Top 4:

    3-4-5 hitters up

    -Foul, strike two, strikeout swinging.

    -Curveball drops in for a strike, swing and miss on fastball, foul, foul, foul, foul on 97 mph fb, K swinging on 96 mph fb, 2 down.

    Announcer mentioned Bailey was throwing 91-92 the last two innings.

    -Called strike, flyball caught on the warning track.

    Bailey: 4 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 4 K, 60 pitches.
    I miss Adam Dunn.

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    Re: 6/22 Minor League Update (Homer makes his Lookouts debut)

    Interesting, I wonder if the coaching staff told him to relax the velocity a little? Sounds like a better curve that inning.

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    Re: 6/22 Minor League Update (Homer makes his Lookouts debut)

    0 BB is a very good sign. Hopefully that is a theme that he can continue.
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    Re: 6/22 Minor League Update (Homer makes his Lookouts debut)

    Quote Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine
    Top 4:

    3-4-5 hitters up

    -Foul, strike two, strikeout swinging.

    -Curveball drops in for a strike, swing and miss on fastball, foul, foul, foul, foul on 97 mph fb, K swinging on 96 mph fb, 2 down.

    Announcer mentioned Bailey was throwing 91-92 the last two innings.

    -Called strike, flyball caught on the warning track.

    Bailey: 4 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 4 K, 60 pitches.
    Not a bad start. Not a bad start at all.
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    Re: 6/22 Minor League Update (Homer makes his Lookouts debut)

    Oh yeah, Moran with another hit!

    2-3 today.
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    Re: 6/22 Minor League Update (Homer makes his Lookouts debut)

    Quote Originally Posted by cincy09
    0 BB is a very good sign. Hopefully that is a theme that he can continue.
    Being able to throw strikes and not give up BB's is key to succeeding in AA. Mark Rodgers has the best stuff in the minors, but a ackward delivery and horrid control have limited his effectiveness in high A.

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    Re: 6/22 Minor League Update (Homer makes his Lookouts debut)

    Camilo Vazquez got roughed up in Sarasota. Its now 7-1 in the 4th inning.

    Dayton is down 9-1. Its an ugly night for the Single A teams tonight.

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    Re: 6/22 Minor League Update (Homer makes his Lookouts debut)

    Quote Originally Posted by Aronchis
    Being able to throw strikes and not give up BB's is key to succeeding in AA. Mark Rodgers has the best stuff in the minors, but a ackward delivery and horrid control have limited his effectiveness in high A.
    I dont know about that. If he had the best stuff in the minors, he probably wouldnt be giving up so many hits.


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