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    Friday 05/07/2010 Minor League Updates

    ADD: LHP Smit, Alexander (From Billings)
    DISABLE: RHP Thompson, Daryl (To 7-day DL)

    Thompson: shoulder fatigue. Retroactive to May 3rd.

    Smit to Start on Saturday night here in Carolina.
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    Re: Friday 05/07/2010 Minor League Updates

    That doesn't sound good at all.

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    Wow. If this is more than a week, Thompson may be finished.
    Go BLUE!!!

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    Re: Friday 05/07/2010 Minor League Updates

    9 - 0 bats through 3!

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    Re: Friday 05/07/2010 Minor League Updates

    14 - 0 Bats. If the bats can win, this would be their second win in their last 13 games, mostly due to poor offense. But their other win was 20 -7. Weird.

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    Re: Friday 05/07/2010 Minor League Updates

    Lecure: 6 IP, 6 H, 2 R, 0 BB, 7 K
    I miss Adam Dunn.

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    Re: Friday 05/07/2010 Minor League Updates

    16-2 Louisville after six innings. Louisville has scored at least two runs in each of the first six innings.
    I miss Adam Dunn.

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    Re: Friday 05/07/2010 Minor League Updates

    Bats win 16-3
    Louisville
    Code:
    Player           AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO AVG 
    Burke, C CF      4  2 0 0  0  0  0   1  1 .198 
    Cozart SS        4  3 2 0  0  1  3   2  0 .269 
    Dorn 1B          4  1 2 0  0  0  1   1  1 .290 
    Balentien DH     4  2 2 0  0  1  3   0  1 .185 
    Francisco, J 3B  4  1 2 0  1  0  2   1  0 .244 
    Valaika 2B       4  2 2 0  0  0  1   1  0 .340 
    Sutton RF        5  1 1 0  0  0  1   0  1 .200 
    Frazier LF       5  2 2 0  0  0  0   0  1 .189 
    Miller, C C      4  2 2 2  0  0  4   1  0 .304 
    LeCure P         0  0 0 0  0  0  0   0  0 .333 
    Jukich P         0  0 0 0  0  0  0   0  0 .000 
    Adkins P         0  0 0 0  0  0  0   0  0 .000
    BATTING
    2B: Miller, C 2 (7, Lahey, Mijares, Jo).
    3B: Francisco, J (2, Lugo).
    HR: Cozart (4, 2nd inning off Herrera, Y, 2 on, 1 out), Balentien (2, 4th inning off Mijares, Jo, 0 on, 0 out).
    TB: Cozart 5; Dorn 2; Balentien 5; Francisco, J 4; Valaika 2; Sutton; Frazier 2; Miller, C 4.
    RBI: Balentien 3 (7), Valaika (8), Cozart 3 (14), Sutton (5), Miller, C 4 (16), Francisco, J 2 (16), Dorn (12).
    2-out RBI: Balentien; Valaika; Miller, C 2.
    Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Sutton 2; Dorn; Burke, C; Francisco, J.
    SF: Balentien.
    GIDP: Balentien.
    Team RISP: 8-for-17.
    Team LOB: 7.

    FIELDING
    DP: 2 (Valaika-Cozart-Dorn 2).

    Louisville
    Code:
    Player IP H R ER BB SO HR ERA 
    LeCure 7.0 7 3 3 1 7 0 2.89 
    Jukich  1.0 1 0 0 0 2 0 2.70 
    Adkins  1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6.55




    WP: Herrera, Y.
    HBP: Burke, C (by Herrera, Y).
    Pitches-strikes: Herrera, Y 54-31, Lahey 37-22, Mijares, Jo 20-15, Lugo 52-27, Delaney 15-11, Slama 9-7, LeCure 92-61, Jukich 16-11, Adkins 11-7.
    Groundouts-flyouts: Herrera, Y 3-1, Lahey 0-1, Mijares, Jo 0-3, Lugo 1-1, Delaney 1-3, Slama 2-0, LeCure 12-2, Jukich 1-0, Adkins 2-1.
    Batters faced: Herrera, Y 13, Lahey 8, Mijares, Jo 7, Lugo 10, Delaney 6, Slama 3, LeCure 27, Jukich 4, Adkins 3.
    Inherited runners-scored: Delaney 3-2.
    Umpires: HP: Craig Barron. 1B: Mark Lollo. 2B: . 3B: D.J. Reyburn.
    Weather: 84 degrees, cloudy.
    Wind: 13 mph, Out to RF.
    T: 2:43.
    Att: 9,945.
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    Re: Friday 05/07/2010 Minor League Updates

    We attended the Mudcats game tonight. I cannot believe the Mudcats actually won the game. I was extremely frustrated with the teams play. Maybe more later on that...a win is a win.

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    Re: Friday 05/07/2010 Minor League Updates

    That was a fun game to watch.

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    Re: Friday 05/07/2010 Minor League Updates

    Francisco is up to .244 already.

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    Re: Friday 05/07/2010 Minor League Updates

    The Red Wings played like a high school team today. Their LF fell down on a gift double. The SS, 2B, CF, and LF converged on an easy pop but let it drop between them. They overthrew home once and the SS and 3B basically let balls through for hits when they didn't exactly try hard.

    The Bats did hit the ball hard-- Francisco, Cozart, and Miller, especially. Some notes on the game:

    Dorn had a screamer caught and ripped a single. He also worked a walk and K'd. This is my first game this year watching Dorn and I still like his swing. A lot.
    Balentien's dinger was a no-doubter, but he still struggles with breaking balls. He hit from behind all night because he swung at everything.
    Speaking of swinging at everything, Francisco worked a walk after being behind 1-2, which was probably the highlight of the night for me. He looked really, really comfortable at the plate.
    Valaika's swing is quick enough for the majors right now.
    Cozart hit a bomb in the first and made a really nice play defensively, well after the score was football-like. Really nice arm and quick twitch range.
    Frazier had a good game at bat, but, then again, so did everyone else. He hit a groundball single, struck out (looking bad on breaking stuff), then hit another ground ball single.
    Miller looked like a monster hitter all night. He smoked two doubles.

    LeCure pitched well until he got tired (or bored) late in the game. His stuff is less than inspiring, as he only broke 90 three times all night.

    I was talking to another guy who follows the Bats religiously and has since they came to town in 1981 (IIRC). He said Chapman has the best stuff he's seen in 40 years of following baseball at the AAA level. And no one is close.
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    Re: Friday 05/07/2010 Minor League Updates

    Quote Originally Posted by batsfan View Post
    14 - 0 Bats. If the bats can win, this would be their second win in their last 13 games, mostly due to poor offense. But their other win was 20 -7. Weird.
    So, in the two victories (in the past two weeks), the Bats have scored 36 runs. In the 11 losses, they've scored 32.

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    Re: Friday 05/07/2010 Minor League Updates

    The Red Wings played like a high school team today. Their LF fell down on a gift double. The SS, 2B, CF, and LF converged on an easy pop but let it drop between them. They overthrew home once and the SS and 3B basically let balls through for hits when they didn't exactly try hard.

    The Bats did hit the ball hard-- Francisco, Cozart, and Miller, especially. Some notes on the game:

    Dorn had a screamer caught and ripped a single. He also worked a walk and K'd. This is my first game this year watching Dorn and I still like his swing. A lot.
    Balentien's dinger was a no-doubter, but he still struggles with breaking balls. He hit from behind all night because he swung at everything.
    Speaking of swinging at everything, Francisco worked a walk after being behind 1-2, which was probably the highlight of the night for me. He looked really, really comfortable at the plate.
    Valaika's swing is quick enough for the majors right now.
    Cozart hit a bomb in the first and made a really nice play defensively, well after the score was football-like. Really nice arm and quick twitch range.
    Frazier had a good game at bat, but, then again, so did everyone else. He hit a groundball single, struck out (looking bad on breaking stuff), then hit another ground ball single.
    Miller looked like a monster hitter all night. He smoked two doubles.

    LeCure pitched well until he got tired (or bored) late in the game. His stuff is less than inspiring, as he only broke 90 three times all night.

    I was talking to another guy who follows the Bats religiously and has since they came to town in 1981 (IIRC). He said Chapman has the best stuff he's seen in 40 years of following baseball at the AAA level. And no one is close.
    Great stuff, Scrap. Thanks.

    I still maintain the Corky Miller for Norris Hopper deal was a very nice one for the Reds.

    Great to see the Bats breaking out.
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    Re: Friday 05/07/2010 Minor League Updates

    Cisco's last 5 games

    Code:
    AVG	AB	R	H	2B	3B	HR	RBI	BB	SO	OBP	SLG	OPS
    
    .600	5	1	3	0	0	1	2	0	0	.600	1.200	1.800
    .800	5	2	4	3	0	0	4	0	0	.800	1.400	2.200
    .500	4	1	2	1	0	0	2	0	0	.500	.750	1.250
    .750	4	1	3	0	0	1	3	0	0	.750	1.500	2.250
    .500	4	1	2	0	1	0	2	1	0	.600	1.000	1.600
    
    .636	22	6	14	4	1	2	13	1	0	.682	1.182	1.864


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