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Thread: Wednesday 8/01/2012 Minor League Updates

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    Re: Wednesday 8/01/2012 Minor League Updates

    Billings took a 6-2 lead into the bottom of the ninth and still managed to walk off the fields losers. Alejandro Chacin was charged with 5 runs in 2/3s of an inning pitched. He got no help from his defense as four of the runs were unearned. Mustangs' manager must have lost count of the innings as he ran his closer, Matt Wiley, out there in the 8th. Wiley, he of the 0.00 ERA proceeded to strike out the side.

    Amaral and Dailey whacked out three hits each. Jesse Winker, the slacker, could only manage a pair. Daniel Pigott also had a couple of hits in the loss.

    Billings' hitters have some impressive averages.
    Winker - .352
    Seth-Brean - .378
    Vincej - .367
    Dailey - .359
    Pigott - .353

    Julio Murillo made his Pioneer League debut.
    A summer watching a bad Reds' team, is still a pretty good summer.

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    Re: Wednesday 8/01/2012 Minor League Updates

    Bakersfield piled up the hits but could not score enough runs as they fall 7-6. They also pulled off the proverbial 'snatching-defeat-from-the-jaws-off-victory' routine rather nicely, giving up a couple of runs in the bottom of the ninth.

    Devin Lohman with three hits. Vasquez, Mattair, Selsky and Muller two each. Selsky is hitting .329 now. Next highest Blaze hitter is at .257. In the California League.

    Kyle McMyne blew save number six. He has been successful four times. Ken Griffey, Sr. may want to rethink that one.
    A summer watching a bad Reds' team, is still a pretty good summer.

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    Re: Wednesday 8/01/2012 Minor League Updates

    Quote Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
    Billings took a 6-2 lead into the bottom of the ninth and still managed to walk off the fields losers. Alejandro Chacin was charged with 5 runs in 2/3s of an inning pitched. He got no help from his defense as four of the runs were unearned. Mustangs' manager must have lost count of the innings as he ran his closer, Matt Wiley, out there in the 8th. Wiley, he of the 0.00 ERA proceeded to strike out the side.

    Amaral and Dailey whacked out three hits each. Jesse Winker, the slacker, could only manage a pair. Daniel Pigott also had a couple of hits in the loss.

    Billings' hitters have some impressive averages.
    Winker - .352
    Seth-Brean - .378
    Vincej - .367
    Dailey - .359
    Pigott - .353

    Julio Murillo made his Pioneer League debut.
    Even more impressive than Winker's .352 BA is his eye-popping .484 OBP. Let's hope he can develop some power and become our stud outfield prospect.

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    Re: Wednesday 8/01/2012 Minor League Updates

    Starting to worry about my Wahoos! Currently three games back.
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