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Untitled Document Hit For The Cycle Baseball League

Standings

Standings - 10/22/2065
American League National League
EastCentralWest EastCentralWest

99-63  0.0

105-57  0.0

102-60  0.0
 
106-56  0.0

102-60  0.0

97-65  0.0

82-80  17.0

78-84  27.0

99-63  3.0
 
99-63  7.0

96-66  6.0

92-70  5.0

75-87  24.0

75-87  30.0

93-69  9.0
 
94-68  12.0

92-70  10.0

85-77  12.0

73-89  26.0

73-89  32.0

93-69  9.0
 
60-102  46.0

71-91  31.0

75-87  22.0

71-91  28.0

51-111  54.0

66-96  36.0
 
59-103  47.0

70-92  32.0

42-120  55.0
 
48-114  57.0
   
69-93  33.0
 

Rumor Mill

Rumors

Phillies expressed interest in acquiring SS Wilson Velez from Blue Jays.
White Sox offered a minor deal to the Tigers.
Phillies expressed interest in acquiring SS Wilson Velez from Blue Jays.
Phillies offered a minor deal to the Astros.
Phillies expressed interest in acquiring P Dennis Gallegos from Blue Jays.
Phillies offered a minor deal to the Astros.
Astros offered a minor deal to the Yankees.

Deals

Diamondbacks rejected a minor deal from the Rangers.
Yankees rejected a minor deal from the Rangers.
Rangers trade CF Lorenzo Gomez, 2066 Rangers Round 2 draft pick, 2066 Rangers Round 3 draft pick to Yankees for P William Lamere (AAA), P Jose Arias, P Crispin Crespo.
Rangers trade C Robert Pimentel (A), LF Joel Cruz (A), $500,000 to Dodgers for 2067 Dodgers Round 3 draft pick.
Diamondbacks rejected a minor deal from the Rangers.
Diamondbacks trade SS Rico Barrot (DL), CF Jermaine Barnes, CF Silvio Pedro (A), 2066 Diamondbacks Round 2 draft pick, 2067 Diamondbacks Round 1 draft pick, 2068 Diamondbacks Round 1 draft pick, 2068 Diamondbacks Round 2 draft pick, 2067 Diamondbacks Round 3 draft pick, 2067 Diamondbacks Round 2 draft pick, 2066 Rockies Round 3 draft pick, 2068 Diamondbacks Round 3 draft pick to Indians for C Paul Anthony, P Werner Meyer, P Robert Osbourne.
Dodgers trade 2B Joey Smith (A), P Brian Rivas (A), 2067 Dodgers Round 2 draft pick, 2067 Dodgers Round 1 draft pick, 2066 Dodgers Round 1 draft pick to Indians for P Chris Cravens (A), P John Blaisdell.
Phillies rejected a deal from the Rangers involving P Garrett Pontius, P Robert Dunnigan.
Indians trade LF Francis Armstrong, P Ray Nam to Nationals for 2066 Phillies Round 3 draft pick, 2068 Nationals Round 3 draft pick.
Cardinals trade 3B George Frazier (A), P Eric Pinedo, SS Malcom Biggerstaff to Astros for SS Daniel Nurse, 2067 Rockies Round 3 draft pick.
White Sox rejected a deal from the Tigers involving P Gregorio Ramos.
Rockies trade P Samuel Corona (AA), RF John Caban (AAA), 2068 Rockies Round 2 draft pick to White Sox for P Vicente Garcia.
Athletics rejected a deal from the Phillies involving LF Hernan Cardillo.
Brewers trade P Edward Sheley (A), 2067 Brewers Round 1 draft pick to White Sox for P Alfonso Fabiano.
Nationals trade 2067 Cardinals Round 2 draft pick to White Sox for P Jerry Griffith (AAA).
Phillies trade P George Rash (AAA), 2067 Mariners Round 1 draft pick to Mariners for P William Smith.
Phillies trade SS Abel Otto (AAA), 2067 Mariners Round 3 draft pick to Angels for SS Michael Narron (AAA), P Steven Giles (AAA).
Cardinals trade 2B James Peets (A), 2067 Cardinals Round 2 draft pick to Nationals for SS Roger Plascencia (DL).
Nationals trade P William Lasa (DL), CF Andres Silas, 2067 Nationals Round 2 draft pick to Astros for $5,000,000.
Rockies trade P Oscar Mateo (A), 2068 Rockies Round 3 draft pick to Indians for P Carlos Fusco.
Rockies trade 2067 Rockies Round 1 draft pick to Astros for $16,550,000.
White Sox trade P Les Lyons to Phillies for P Jose Rodrigues (AA), C Edmond Winebrenner, 2068 Phillies Round 3 draft pick, 2068 Phillies Round 2 draft pick.
Indians trade P Thomas Fallis (A), P John Wilder (AAA), 2066 Dodgers Round 3 draft pick, 2067 Tigers Round 3 draft pick to Reds for P John Blaisdell.

Trade Bait

Who's Hot

 Jason Roberson
108-317 0.341 AVG
69 RBI 80 R 25 HR
 8 PoGs
 Salvador Cuadrado
116-310 0.374 AVG
59 RBI 72 R 22 HR
 5 PoGs
 Orlando Villalon
123-357 0.345 AVG
71 RBI 73 R 21 HR
 8 PoGs
 Mario Smitherman
98-312 0.314 AVG
77 RBI 79 R 29 HR
 4 PoGs
 Richard Fouche
112-336 0.333 AVG
73 RBI 78 R 25 HR
 4 PoGs
 Karl Lapinski
94-291 0.323 AVG
84 RBI 69 R 25 HR
 10 PoGs
 Tai Iwao
105-285 0.368 AVG
50 RBI 71 R 14 HR
 5 PoGs
 Harvey Dunn
111-323 0.344 AVG
79 RBI 60 R 17 HR
 10 PoGs
 Robt Ogan
110-294 0.374 AVG
65 RBI 56 R 25 HR
 6 PoGs
 Azumi Fumio
110-310 0.355 AVG
73 RBI 67 R 17 HR
 7 PoGs
 Anthony Watson
122-285 0.428 AVG
58 RBI 51 R 9 HR
 6 PoGs
 John Blaney
105-316 0.332 AVG
76 RBI 63 R 21 HR
 10 PoGs

Who's Not

 Renato Desouza
3-21 0.143 AVG
1 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 Virgil Bicknell
3-23 0.130 AVG
1 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 John Pewitt
3-29 0.103 AVG
3 RBI 4 R 1 HR
 0 PoGs
 Horace Dosch
5-38 0.132 AVG
0 RBI 13 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 Jason Sikora
5-42 0.119 AVG
4 RBI 3 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 Ivan Muff
7-37 0.189 AVG
2 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 Richard White
6-52 0.115 AVG
4 RBI 4 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 Rogelio Gutierrez
7-42 0.167 AVG
3 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 Jose Cruz
8-47 0.170 AVG
5 RBI 8 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 Arturo Diez
7-38 0.184 AVG
0 RBI 3 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 Javier Castonguay
6-27 0.222 AVG
4 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 Richard Martin
6-34 0.176 AVG
3 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs


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Recent HFTC News
 
Saturday 10/8/2065: St. Louis' Crose out for 7-8 weeks
ST. LOUIS - St. Louis' right-hander John Crose suffered a severe injury on Saturday and will be out for at least 7-8 weeks. In the 1st of the game against Washington he experienced pain in his throwing arm and had to leave the game. After x-rays were taken the diagnosis did not surprise many: Herniated Disc Back. Surgery will be performed next week. In 33 starts this year John struck out 118 batters in 195.1 innings of work. His ERA is 2.53, his record 12-5. He has one complete game and one shutout.

 
Monday 10/3/2065: Estelle (CHW) and Nurse (StL) win P.O.W. award
Murray Estelle wins his 2nd Player of the Week award. American League pitchers couldn't figure out how to retire this guy all week long. Murray was on fire, hitting .462 with 4 HR and 11 RBI. He now has homered in 4 consecutive games as well! While compiling an on base percentage of .402, Murray hit .334 and slugged .647. He has collected 136 runs batted in this year. He's 6th in the American League in RBIs and 3rd in homeruns! Daniel Nurse from St. Louis wins his 2nd Player of the Week award for putting up the best numbers this week in the National League. He hit .517 with 8 RBI and slugged .931 in 29 at bats. He got at least one hit each game this week and is on a 10 game hitting streak right now. While compiling an on base percentage of .425, Daniel hit .364 and slugged .523. He has collected 111 runs batted in this year. He's 2nd in the National League in batting!

 
Sunday 10/2/2065: Los Angeles' Clausing severely injured
LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles' centerfielder Richard Clausing will miss the rest of the season. He injured himself running the bases in the game between Los Angeles and Arizona. The injury didn't seem to be serious the moment it happened. But suddenly Clausing collapsed in pain and had to be carried off the field. After x-rays were taken the diagnosis did not surprise many: Torn Hamstring Muscle. Surgery will be performed next week. This year Clausing drove in 111 and scored 124 runs while batting .334 with 25 bombs.

 
Saturday 10/1/2065: New York (A)'s Winchester earns Pitcher of the Month award
Winner of this months American League Pitcher of the Month award is New York (A)'s Ben Winchester. He went 5-0 in September and finished the month with an ERA of 1.05. He struck out 30 in 43 innings. Ben got two complete game shutouts as well! In 28 starts this year Ben struck out 152 batters in 197.2 innings of work. His ERA is 3.78, his record 15-6. Ben has pitched 2 shutouts and 9 complete games. Miguel Vivar pitched like a legend in September, and the National League named him Pitcher of the Month for his extraordinary performance. His record of 5-0 in 5 was among the leagues best this month. In 37.1 innings of work he allowed just 21 hits while striking out 29, compiling an ERA of just 0.72. Miguel pitched a shutout as well. In 32 starts this year Miguel struck out 189 batters in 219.1 innings of work. His ERA is 2.34, his record 22-2. He has 2 complete games and one shutout. He's 2nd in the National League in ERA and 1st in wins!

 
Saturday 10/1/2065: Red hot Hernandez and Nestor win Batter of the Month award
It's the 1st time that the American League Batter of the Month award goes to Cleveland's rightfielder Diego Hernandez. Diego pounded opposing pitchers, hitting .421 with 11 and 32 RBI while slugging .874. Hernandez has hit 29 homeruns this year while batting .285. He adds 21 doubles, along with 80 runs scored. It's the 1st time that the National League Batter of the Month award goes to St. Louis' centerfielder David Nestor. David pounded opposing pitchers, hitting .453 with 6 and 26 RBI while slugging .709. Nestor has hit for a .338 average this season. He has 57 extra base hits along with 288 total bases, resulting in a .535 slugging percentage. He's 8th in the National League in batting!

 
Thursday 9/29/2065: Ezequiel Mateo pitches 2-hit shutout against Boston
BOSTON - Boston's hitters looked uncomfortable, and New York (A)'s Ezequiel Mateo didn't help them. The right-hander fired his 1st shutout of the season, a 2-hitter. 'My catcher called a very good game. I have to give credit to him.' Mateo (12-9) fanned 8 and walked 5, throwing 108 pitches. Ronnie Cipriano helped Mateo at the plate, he collected 2 hits in 4 trips to the plate, hitting two dingers, scoring two runs and driving in 4 runs. New York (A) improved its record to 98-61, scoring 7 runs on 9 hits.

 
Monday 9/26/2065: Detroit's Headen wins Player of the Week award
Richard Headen wins his 1st Player of the Week award. American League pitchers couldn't figure out how to retire this guy all week long. Richard was on fire, hitting .542 with 6 HR and 15 RBI. Headen has hit for a .300 average this season. He has 34 extra base hits along with 173 total bases, resulting in a .564 slugging percentage. Alejandro Arroyo wins his 1st Player of the Week award. National League pitchers couldn't figure out how to retire this guy all week long. Arroyo helped his team with an average of .519 and 7 RBI in 27 at bats.

 
Friday 9/23/2065: Todd Tapley collects five hits against Minnesota
MINNESOTA - Todd Tapley hits 'em where they ain't. Minnesota certainly agrees as Chicago (A)'s leftfielder unloaded five hits, adding to his reputation of being one of the best pure hitters in the game. A 403 foot drive to left field marked his 2nd hit, a three-run homerun off Steven Carreiro in the 2nd inning. A pitch from Ernest Teller in the 8th inning left his bat for a three-run homerun, landing 420 feet from home plate in left-center. He collected singles in the 1st , in the 4th (one RBI) and in the 7th inning . Todd scored 3 runs, and he collected 7 RBI as well! This season has been a good one for him so far, as he has 191 hits in 622 at bats, resulting in a .307 batting average. Chicago (A) scored 29 runs on 28 hits.

 
Friday 9/23/2065: Murray Estelle on fire, crushes three
MINNESOTA - Chicago (A)'s third baseman Murray Estelle flexed his muscles and displayed his tremendous power, homering three times in a 29-14 win over Minnesota. A 430 foot drive to center field marked his 1st bomb, a solo homerun off Steven Carreiro in the 1st inning. His 2nd blast, a two-run homerun off Steven Carreiro in the 3rd inning, landed an estimated 419 feet from home plate. A pitch from Ernest Teller in the 7th inning left his bat for a three-run homerun, landing 396 feet from home plate in right-center. Overall he finished with 3 hits in 4 AB, scoring FIVE times and driving in 6 runs. In 3988 career at bats, he has hit 224 homeruns and collected 829 RBI. Wayne Zoller was the last player to hit 3 homeruns in a game, doing it 7/20/2065. Chicago (A) improved its record to 72-82, scoring 29 runs on 28 hits.

 
Friday 9/23/2065: Mathew Scharf on fire, laces seven hits
MINNESOTA - Chicago (A)'s second baseman Mathew Scharf once again displayed his tremendous ability to make contact with that little white ball. He tore up Minnesota's pitching staff with a 7 hit performance on Friday. Number 1 in the 1st inning accounted for a RBI double. He had singles in the 3rd , in the 4th , in the 4th inning (one RBI) , in the 5th (one RBI) , in the 7th and in the 8th inning . Mathew did drive in 3 while scoring 4 runs on his own. This season has been a good one for him so far, as he has 206 hits in 479 at bats, resulting in a .430 batting average. Chicago (A) improved its record to 72-82, scoring 29 runs on 28 hits.

 
Thursday 9/22/2065: New York (N)'s Joe Phillips laces five hits
NEW YORK (N) - Joe Phillips led New York (N) to a 6-5 win over Philadelphia by squeezing five hits out of his bat. A 389 foot drive to left field marked his 1st hit, a solo homerun off Jason Payne in the 1st inning. In the 4th inning he belted a double off Jason Payne. A pitch from Wilfredo Rodriguez in the 8th inning left his bat for a double. He had singles in the 2nd and in the 6th . Joe scored one run, and he collected one RBI as well! This season has been a good one for him so far, as he has 188 hits in 598 at bats, resulting in a .314 batting average.

 
Monday 9/19/2065: Atlanta's Huffman wins Player of the Week award
Diego Hernandez wins his 2nd Player of the Week award. American League pitchers couldn't figure out how to retire this guy all week long. Diego pounded opposing pitchers, hitting .462 with 6 HR and 14 RBI while slugging 1.231. He now has homered in 4 consecutive games as well! John Huffman wins his 2nd Player of the Week award. National League pitchers couldn't figure out how to retire this guy all week long. He had an on base percentage of .519 and hit .458, while driving in 11 runs.

 
Saturday 9/17/2065: Paul Anthony (Ari) will miss 5 weeks
ARIZONA - Arizona's season took a blow when Paul Anthony suffered a serious injury in the game against San Francisco. He hurt his arm throwing a strike to first base. Anthony will probaby miss 5 weeks. After being taken to a local hospital, Anthony was examined by specialists. The diagnosis revealed the sad truth, a Inflamed Rotator Cuff Muscle. Anthony has walked 62 times this year and posts a .401 OBP. While batting .329, 176 for 535, he has driven in 132 runs.

 
Tuesday 9/13/2065: 5-hit performance by Boston's Robert Haber
BOSTON - Boston's leftfielder Robert Haber once again displayed his tremendous ability to make contact with that little white ball. He tore up Seattle's pitching staff with a 5 hit performance on Tuesday. A pitch from Augusto Casto in the 3rd inning left his bat for a two-run double. In the 4th inning he belted a two-run double off Augusto Casto. A pitch from Ralph Deyoung in the 6th inning left his bat for a solo homerun, landing 362 feet from home plate in right field. He collected singles in the 2nd and in the 8th . Robert did drive in 5 while scoring 2 runs on his own. His 5 hit performance increases his batting average to .236. Boston improved its record to 64-81, scoring 10 runs on 18 hits.

 
Monday 9/12/2065: Player of the Week honors go to Tanosuke and Levi
Josiah Tanosuke from Colorado wins his 1st Player of the Week award for putting up the best numbers this week in the American League. Tanosuke helped his team with an average of .565 and 9 RBI in 23 at bats. It's the 1st time that the National League Player of the Week award goes to Arizona's second baseman Kenneth Levi. Kenneth was on fire, hitting .462 with 2 HR and 9 RBI. Levi has hit 33 taters this year while batting .303. He adds 40 doubles, along with 102 runs scored.

 
Friday 9/9/2065: Robert Debusk stars with 2000th career hit
OAKLAND - Oakland's shortstop Robert Debusk joined some elite company today, collecting his 2000th career hit! He hit a single in the 5th off Renato Vasco for number 2000. His best year so far was 2064 where he hit .335 with 19 homeruns and 98 RBI. 'Wow. That is all I can say now. I'm thrilled.'

 
Monday 9/5/2065: St. Louis' Tello wins Player of the Week award
Paul Maddix wins his 1st Player of the Week award. American League pitchers couldn't figure out how to retire this guy all week long. Paul went 16 for 28 (.571), while hitting 1 HR and collecting 9 RBI. He hit in every game this week and extended his hitting streak to 8 games. The National League Player of the Week award goes to Victor Tello, St. Louis' starting catcher. Tello helped his team with an average of .529 and 10 RBI in 17 at bats. Tello has hit for a .259 average this season. He has 51 extra base hits along with 228 total bases, resulting in a .522 slugging percentage.

 
Thursday 9/1/2065: Boston's Posada earns Pitcher of the Month award
Esteban Posada couldn't have pitched much better than he did in August, and the American League thought so as well, naming the southpaw Pitcher of the Month. He went 5-0 in August and finished the month with an ERA of 0.46. He struck out 41 in 58.2 innings. Esteban fired two shutouts! This season Posada compiled an ERA of 2.53, going 13-8 in 35 starts. He fanned 159 while giving up 218 hits in 228 innings. He has 7 complete games and 3 shutouts. Rafael Frau pitched like a legend in August, and the National League named him Pitcher of the Month for his extraordinary performance. He started 3 games in August, going 4-0 and compiling an ERA of 0.64 in 28 innings. Rafael fanned 14 hitters. In 3 starts this year Rafael struck out 26 batters in 42.2 innings of work. His ERA is 2.74, his record 5-1.

 
Thursday 9/1/2065: Fouch (NYY) and Zoller (Por) win monthly award
The Batter of the Month award in the American League goes to New York (A)'s Timothy Fouch this time, as the first baseman displayed the best offensive perfomance in his league. He hit .475 with 38 RBI and slugged .861 in 101 at bats. While compiling an on base percentage of .370, Timothy hit .317 and slugged .568. He has collected 116 runs batted in this year. He's 3rd in the American League in RBIs and 6th in homeruns! Portland's third baseman Wayne Zoller had some reason to celebrate as well, as the league named him the National League Batter of the Month. He had an on base percentage of .504 and hit .418, while driving in 29 runs. He has hit 31 taters while batting .357 this season. His 145 hits and 68 walks add up to a .452 on-base percentage. He's 3rd in the National League in batting!

 
Wednesday 8/31/2065: Texas' Paul Maddix has great day with five hits
TEXAS - Paul Maddix led Texas to a 29-5 win over San Diego by squeezing five hits out of his bat. A RBI double off Baltasar Caminos in the 2nd inning accounted for his 3rd hit. A pitch from William Bradway in the 8th inning left his bat for a double. His 5th hit, off William Bradway in the 8th inning, was a GRAND SLAM and cleared the fence in left field. He collected singles in the 1st inning and in the 1st . Paul did drive in 5 while scoring 5 runs on his own. He is hitting .297 this season, with 17 HR and 63 RBI.



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     Recent PoMs
September
 
 Diego Hernandez  
 41-104 18 BB 15 K  
 0.394 AVG 1.313 OPS  
 8 2B 1 3B 12 HR 0 SB 
 34 RBI 23 R 4 PoG 
 
 David Nestor  
 39-89 21 BB 6 K  
 0.438 AVG 1.225 OPS  
 4 2B 0 3B 6 HR 0 SB 
 26 RBI 19 R 3 PoG 
 
 Ben Winchester  
 5-0-0 1.05 ERA  
 43 IP 36 H 30 K 8 BB 
 4 CG 2 SHO 2 PoG 
 
 Miguel Vivar  
 6-0-0 0.97 ERA  
 46 IP 26 H 35 K 9 BB 
 3 CG 1 SHO 2 PoG 
 

     Recent PoWs
 
 Daniel Nurse 10/3
15-29 0.517 AVG
8 RBI 9 R 3 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Murray Estelle 10/3
12-26 0.462 AVG
11 RBI 8 R 4 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Alejandro Arroyo 9/26
14-27 0.519 AVG
7 RBI 5 R 2 HR
 1 PoGs
 
 Richard Headen 9/26
14-28 0.500 AVG
16 RBI 10 R 7 HR
 2 PoGs
 
 John Huffman 9/19
12-26 0.462 AVG
13 RBI 7 R 4 HR
 2 PoGs
 
 Diego Hernandez 9/19
15-30 0.500 AVG
17 RBI 12 R 8 HR
 3 PoGs
 
 Josiah Tanosuke 9/12
13-25 0.520 AVG
9 RBI 9 R 5 HR
 1 PoGs
 
 Kenneth Levi 9/12
13-30 0.433 AVG
9 RBI 6 R 2 HR
 1 PoGs
 

     Top 5 PoGs
Top 5 Hitters
David Madden20
Max Alvarez17
Timothy Bobb16
Karl Lapinski16
Jason Roberson15
Top 5 Pitchers
Ronald Reinke17
Miguel Vivar12
James Tedesco11
Pedro Morales11
Stephen Anspach10

     Who's Hot
 
 Jason Roberson
108-317 0.341 AVG
69 RBI 80 R 25 HR
 8 PoGs
 
 Salvador Cuadrado
116-310 0.374 AVG
59 RBI 72 R 22 HR
 5 PoGs
 
 Orlando Villalon
123-357 0.345 AVG
71 RBI 73 R 21 HR
 8 PoGs
 
 Mario Smitherman
98-312 0.314 AVG
77 RBI 79 R 29 HR
 4 PoGs
 
 Richard Fouche
112-336 0.333 AVG
73 RBI 78 R 25 HR
 4 PoGs
 
 Karl Lapinski
94-291 0.323 AVG
84 RBI 69 R 25 HR
 10 PoGs
 
 Tai Iwao
105-285 0.368 AVG
50 RBI 71 R 14 HR
 5 PoGs
 
 Harvey Dunn
111-323 0.344 AVG
79 RBI 60 R 17 HR
 10 PoGs
 
 Robt Ogan
110-294 0.374 AVG
65 RBI 56 R 25 HR
 6 PoGs
 
 Azumi Fumio
110-310 0.355 AVG
73 RBI 67 R 17 HR
 7 PoGs
 

     Who's Not
 
 Renato Desouza
3-21 0.143 AVG
1 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Virgil Bicknell
3-23 0.130 AVG
1 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 John Pewitt
3-29 0.103 AVG
3 RBI 4 R 1 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Horace Dosch
5-38 0.132 AVG
0 RBI 13 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Jason Sikora
5-42 0.119 AVG
4 RBI 3 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Ivan Muff
7-37 0.189 AVG
2 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Richard White
6-52 0.115 AVG
4 RBI 4 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Rogelio Gutierrez
7-42 0.167 AVG
3 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Jose Cruz
8-47 0.170 AVG
5 RBI 8 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Arturo Diez
7-38 0.184 AVG
0 RBI 3 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 




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