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    Friday 7/22/2011 Minor League updates

    Todd Frazier was recalled from Triple-A Louisville to replace the injured Scott Rolen.

    No news on who will replace Frazier in Louisville but I would guess Jose Castro. Not sure though. I'll try and find out. If it is Castro, I'd guess Buccholz would go up to Carolina OR they could activate Travis Webb and carry an extra pitcher.

    ANDDD Yorman Rodriguez was placed on the 7-day disabled list with shoulder tendinitis

    Edit: Maybe not. Arredondo was activated and Horst was optioned to Louisville, making their roster full.

    Edit 2: Reinke was placed on the DL. So maybe a position player move after all.
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    Re: Friday 7/22/2011 Minor League updates

    Yasmani Grandal is back in the lineup for Carolina.

    Q 7
    Pollo 4
    Phipsy 8
    Soto 3
    Yas 2
    Perez 9
    Soup 5
    Castro 6
    Hynick 1

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    Re: Friday 7/22/2011 Minor League updates

    Very odd bottom of the first in Dayton

    Billy Hamilton hits his first "out of the park" HR of the year to lead off the game for Dayton followed by a strikeout from Torreyes...

    1-0 Dayton after 1
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    Re: Friday 7/22/2011 Minor League updates

    Mudcats lead 4-2 thanks to a bases clearing double by Henry Rodriguez and a solo shot by Felix Perez.

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    Re: Friday 7/22/2011 Minor League updates

    Quote Originally Posted by REDSEER View Post
    Very odd bottom of the first in Dayton

    Billy Hamilton hits his first "out of the park" HR of the year to lead off the game for Dayton followed by a strikeout from Torreyes...

    1-0 Dayton after 1
    You forgot to mention Dogs and Cats living together...
    Games are won on run differential -- scoring more than your opponent. Runs are runs, scored or prevented they all count the same. Worry about scoring more and allowing fewer, not which positions contribute to which side of the equation or how "consistent" you are at your current level of performance.

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    Re: Friday 7/22/2011 Minor League updates

    Volquez has thrown five shutout innings (2 H, 0 BB, 5 K) and it's 1-0 Louisville on a 2B by Janish and single by Sappelt.

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    Re: Friday 7/22/2011 Minor League updates

    It's Mitchell Clarke's first start for Dayton. How about him?: 4 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 5 K.

    Wonder who he's replacing in the rotation.

    It's 2-0.

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    Re: Friday 7/22/2011 Minor League updates

    5-2 now.

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    Re: Friday 7/22/2011 Minor League updates

    Clarke (5 IP), Doyle (3 IP) and Hayes (1 IP) pull off Dayton's second straight shutout, 2-0, on a 3-hitter.

    Torreyes was 0-4. Pity tomorrow night's pitcher for Peoria.

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    Re: Friday 7/22/2011 Minor League updates

    Volquez is pitching into the ninth, ahead 4-2 with no walks.

    Mes is 2-3 with a 2B and BB, hitting. 309.

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    Re: Friday 7/22/2011 Minor League updates

    Complete game for Volquez in a 4-2 final: 9 IP, 5 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 0 BB, 9 K. 110 pitches.

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    Re: Friday 7/22/2011 Minor League updates

    Mudcats lose 6-5 in extra innings.

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    The Lookouts lose in the bottom of the ninth, so the Mudcats do not lose ground and stay 1.5 back from the Lookouts.

    And a side note, I listened to the final half inning on the Stars radio. Wow. Horrible. They sounded like three high school kids. I could barely stand it.

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    Re: Friday 7/22/2011 Minor League updates

    It's rehab night in Arizona. Burton pitched the first. Now it's Fairel. Reds lead 3-0 after two.

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    Re: Friday 7/22/2011 Minor League updates

    Quote Originally Posted by cinreds21 View Post
    The Lookouts lose in the bottom of the ninth, so the Mudcats do not lose ground and stay 1.5 back from the Lookouts.

    And a side note, I listened to the final half inning on the Stars radio. Wow. Horrible. They sounded like three high school kids. I could barely stand it.
    Kinas is one of the best. We tried to pick the game up on the way home from Kinston but couldn't get it.


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