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Thread: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

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    Re: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    OF Chris Heisey led the offensive charge for the Mudcats, going 3-5 with a three-run homer. Heisey homered off the scoreboard in deep left in the first, then followed with singles in the fourth and fifth. Sean Henry set the table from leadoff spot, reaching base three times. Henry was hit by a pitch in the first, singled in the fourth and walked in the eighth. Biscuits starter Aneury Rodriguez (L, 2-7) continued his struggles, allowing 7 earned runs on six hits and three walks over 3.1 IP. Rodriguez becomes the first Southern League pitcher to lose seven games.

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    Re: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    I know this might be crazy, but can heisey play LF? Would he be like at worst, a Shannon Stewart in left? Because I'd sure love to see him and stubbs in the same outfield.
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    Re: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    Quote Originally Posted by cincyinco View Post
    I know this might be crazy, but can heisey play LF? Would he be like at worst, a Shannon Stewart in left? Because I'd sure love to see him and stubbs in the same outfield.
    I would say so. If not, I'm sure Stubbs could handle LF.

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    Re: Friday 5/29/2009 Minor League Updates

    Quote Originally Posted by Scrap Irony View Post
    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.
    Don't worry he's in Sarasota where power numbers take a beating. Big parks and the air there lend to lower power numbers.


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