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    Rhadames Quezada

    Another fine start tonight from Rhadames Quezada in Billings. 5 innings, 1 hit, 0 runs, 1 W, 4K. Now at 3.83 ERA, with 55 K's and only 12 W's in 49.1. Also with a nice 1.47 GO/AO. 21 year old that I haven't heard much about. What do we know about him? Looking pretty interesting to me.

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    Re: Rhadames Quezada

    Billings nearly pulled off a third straight shutout, winning 4-1. The organization has been getting some awfully nice pitching lately.

    When I ranked the starting pitchers at the end of last year, I had Quezada at No. 26, just ahead of Mitchell Clarke and Eliezer Beard and two spots behind J.C. Sulbaran. I had Stalin Gerson at 33. For what that's worth.

    An even nicer surprise might be Tim Crabbe. Also Clarke.

    While we're at it, anyone know what's become of Jesus Adames?

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    Re: Rhadames Quezada

    Isn't the California league a hitters league as well? I know that centerfield in Bakersfield is very short (350 ft if I can remember correctly).

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    Re: Rhadames Quezada

    Quote Originally Posted by Edd Roush View Post
    Isn't the California league a hitters league as well? I know that centerfield in Bakersfield is very short (350 ft if I can remember correctly).
    350 to center? There's no way that's right. Is there?

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    Re: Rhadames Quezada

    Quote Originally Posted by Blitz Dorsey View Post
    350 to center? There's no way that's right. Is there?
    It's 354 feet.

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    Re: Rhadames Quezada

    Names sounds like a dish at a mexican restaurant.

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    Re: Rhadames Quezada

    Quote Originally Posted by Edd Roush View Post
    Isn't the California league a hitters league as well? I know that centerfield in Bakersfield is very short (350 ft if I can remember correctly).
    The Pioneer League and California League are among the best hitters leagues in the minors.


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