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    Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    Lehr going for the Bats (Stubbs back in CF)
    Jordan Smith for Carolina
    Travis Webb for Sarasota
    Josh Ravin for Dayton
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    Re: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    Chris Heisey - HR, 3 RBI

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    Neftali Soto 2-2, 1 RBI

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    Re: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    mesoraco batting second tonight is interesting. wouldnt mind seeing him hit there more ofter so maybe he can see some pitches in front of alonso.

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    Re: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    Josh Ravin with a great outing so far, 4 IP, 1 H, 1BB, 6 K

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    Re: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    Travis Webb also has an impressive game going, 5 IP, 1 H, 1BB, 5 SO

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    Re: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    Sarasota up 4-0 in the bottom of the 5th

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    Player  IP  H   R   ER   BB   SO   HR   ERA 
    Webb    5.0 1   0   0    1    5    0    3.94

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    Re: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    The Bats are locked in a good one.

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    Player IP  H R ER BB SO HR ERA 
    Lehr   5.0 4 0 0  0  2  0  4.15 
    
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    Player IP  H R ER BB SO HR ERA 
    Igawa  5.0 2 0 0  3  3  0  3.51

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    Re: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    Heisey is 3-for-3 with a HR (#7), a SB, and 4 RBI.
    I miss Adam Dunn.

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    Re: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    Carolina leads 7-3 over Montgomery

    Chris Heisey 3-3, hr (7) 4 rbi, sb; now at 368/449/1048 with 10 sb 1 cs... he continues to lead the southern league in ops

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    Re: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    Soto is 4-for-4 with a double and SB tonight.
    I miss Adam Dunn.

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    Re: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    I'm guessing, by the draft at the latest, Heisey will be in AAA. Or maybe the idea is to get Heisey some serious push as a prospect so that he may be dealt. If so, dominating AA is also a great gig.

    Having both Stubbs and Heisey perform at such high levels means more opportunities to find answers. Hopefully, the Reds don't simply stand pat and watch prospects turn into suspects as they age. Hopefully, Cincinnati picks the right prospect to send away in a trade. Hopefully, Cincinnati picks the right CF for now and the future.
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    Re: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    I'd like to see them hang on to Heisey. Stud center fielders don't grow on trees.
    I miss Adam Dunn.

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    Re: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    Soto now at 287/320/401 with a 721 OPS. Pretty solid after a month of scuffling, but he needs to show that power soon. If that happens, the walks should come. Maybe not a ton of them, but enough so that he's not all-hit anyway.
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    Re: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    Quote Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine View Post
    I'd like to see them hang on to Heisey. Stud center fielders don't grow on trees.
    Yeah his numbers have been really solid. Good bb/k ratio's, good on base skills, respectable slugging, good baserunner and from all accounts he holds his own in the field. It's time for a callup to AAA.


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