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Untitled Document Hit For The Cycle Baseball League

Standings

Standings - 8/16/2063
American League National League
EastCentralWest EastCentralWest

69-51  0.0

66-52  0.0

73-46  0.0
 
77-41  0.0

83-36  0.0

75-44  0.0

64-55  4.5

64-54  2.0

69-50  4.0
 
76-42  1.0

63-55  19.5

65-55  10.5

61-57  7.0

60-58  6.0

66-53  7.0
 
56-63  21.5

61-58  22.0

58-61  17.0

58-60  10.0

53-65  13.0

66-53  7.0
 
49-69  28.0

57-61  25.5

55-65  20.5

57-61  11.0

42-77  24.5

60-59  13.0
 
32-88  46.0

55-63  27.5

30-89  45.0
 
37-82  29.5
   
42-76  40.5
 

Rumor Mill

Rumors

Phillies expressed interest in acquiring P Dennis Gallegos from Blue Jays.
Blue Jays expressed interest in acquiring C Bill Brown from Giants.
Blue Jays offered a minor deal to the Braves.
Angels expressed interest in acquiring P Dennis Gallegos from Blue Jays.
Rockies expressed interest in acquiring P Steve Bard from Blue Jays.
Rockies expressed interest in acquiring P Thomas Fears from Gold Sox.

Deals

Tigers trade P Charles Langenfeld (A), C Armand Escudero to Phillies for C Andrew Cheney.
Tigers trade LF James Antoine (AA), CF Mark Byrum (A), 2065 Tigers Round 3 draft pick to Astros for 3B Roger Plascencia, 2065 Astros Round 3 draft pick.
Brewers trade P Ryan Sandlin, P Chieko Tokimune, 2066 Brewers Round 1 draft pick, 2066 Brewers Round 2 draft pick, 2065 Brewers Round 3 draft pick, 2065 Brewers Round 2 draft pick to Phillies for P Steven Martinez (AAA), P John Edmond (AAA), $6,000,000.
Indians trade 1B Justin Nader, P James Osteen to Tigers for SS James Lindholm (A), P Robert Guzzi (AAA), 2066 Tigers Round 3 draft pick, 2065 Tigers Round 3 draft pick, 2066 Tigers Round 1 draft pick.
Phillies trade P James Perillo to Rockies for 2066 Rockies Round 1 draft pick.
Gold Sox trade 2065 Gold Sox Round 3 draft pick to Cardinals for RF Anthony Tedder (AAA).
Cardinals trade SS Wilson Velez, $3,000,000 to Blue Jays for RF John Martinez, C Jesus Quintana.
Cardinals trade C Eric Chilson (AAA) to Mariners for RF Kenneth Mccallum.
Indians trade P Kanko Tatsui, P James Koger (AAA), 3B Douglas Lizarraga (A), 2065 Blue Jays Round 1 draft pick to Yankees for 1B Justin Nader.
Dodgers trade $4,500,000 to Nationals for 2063 Tigers Round 3 draft pick.
Blue Jays trade P Steven Burns, 2064 Blue Jays Round 1 draft pick, 2065 Blue Jays Round 1 draft pick to Indians for RF Ronnie Reynolds, SS Julian Grey, C Steven Penson.
Yankees trade 2063 Angels Round 3 draft pick to Cardinals for 2064 Mariners Round 2 draft pick.
Phillies trade CF Kimitarou Kaoru (AAA), P Thomas Gwynn, 2064 Red Sox Round 1 draft pick, 2063 Phillies Round 3 draft pick to Yankees for P John Edmond (AAA).
Dodgers trade P William Harris to Rangers for 3B Juan Rix (A), 2065 Yankees Round 3 draft pick.
Diamondbacks rejected a minor deal from the Rangers.
Nationals trade SS Robert Briese to Diamondbacks for 2065 Diamondbacks Round 3 draft pick.
Phillies trade P Lloyd Lyke (A), 2063 Mets Round 2 draft pick, 2065 Cardinals Round 3 draft pick to Angels for P Walter Dempsey.
Phillies trade 1B Leo Ramirez (AAA), P Ed Youngman (AA), 2063 Reds Round 2 draft pick, $3,000,000 to Cardinals for SS Alex Williams, CF Victor Lopez, 2065 Cardinals Round 3 draft pick, 2063 Mets Round 2 draft pick.
Cardinals trade $14,000,000 to Rangers for 2063 Yankees Round 2 draft pick, 2063 Rangers Round 3 draft pick.
Dodgers trade CF Jermaine Barnes to Diamondbacks for 2065 Diamondbacks Round 2 draft pick, 2063 Diamondbacks Round 3 draft pick.
Yankees trade P Martin Alvarez (AA), LF Jude Adan (AAA), P Juan Cordoba (AA) to Nationals for C Donald Coulombe (A), P Ernesto Contreras (A).
Rockies trade 2065 Rockies Round 3 draft pick to Cardinals for 3B Mike Winegar.
Tigers trade P Stephen Hardiman (AA), 2B David Bailey (A), SS Harold Mcmillan to Pirates for SS Oscar Labastilla.
Yankees trade P Reggie Delay to Tigers for 2065 Tigers Round 2 draft pick.

Trade Bait

The Astros might want to trade MR George Rash.

Who's Hot

 Robt Ogan
98-272 0.360 AVG
54 RBI 47 R 16 HR
 3 PoGs
 John Blaney
76-233 0.326 AVG
50 RBI 53 R 21 HR
 3 PoGs
 Nelson Abella
89-250 0.356 AVG
67 RBI 44 R 17 HR
 7 PoGs
 Adam Hallmark
83-242 0.343 AVG
55 RBI 56 R 17 HR
 4 PoGs
 Luis Monteiro
88-251 0.351 AVG
41 RBI 42 R 14 HR
 8 PoGs
 Orlando Villalon
67-235 0.285 AVG
64 RBI 57 R 24 HR
 7 PoGs
 Tyrell Allen
79-241 0.328 AVG
45 RBI 53 R 13 HR
 4 PoGs
 Rico Barrot
89-234 0.380 AVG
42 RBI 44 R 9 HR
 3 PoGs
 Richard Fouche
75-237 0.316 AVG
52 RBI 55 R 16 HR
 3 PoGs
 Michael Young
81-253 0.320 AVG
58 RBI 50 R 25 HR
 7 PoGs
 Jesus Vazquez
83-236 0.352 AVG
59 RBI 43 R 16 HR
 8 PoGs
 Azumi Fumio
83-240 0.346 AVG
38 RBI 45 R 10 HR
 6 PoGs

Who's Not

 David Romero
4-27 0.148 AVG
1 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 Terrence Mikkelson
5-33 0.152 AVG
2 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 Kendry Moreira
4-23 0.174 AVG
1 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 Russell Jones
4-21 0.190 AVG
2 RBI 3 R 1 HR
 0 PoGs
 Jonas Reyes
6-32 0.188 AVG
7 RBI 3 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 Thomas Grimmett
6-53 0.113 AVG
5 RBI 5 R 1 HR
 0 PoGs
 Victor Pasillas
6-31 0.194 AVG
1 RBI 3 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 Chase Garner
7-33 0.212 AVG
1 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 Enrique Depaz
7-33 0.212 AVG
0 RBI 1 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 Richard Pero
5-21 0.238 AVG
2 RBI 5 R 1 HR
 0 PoGs
 Arron Showman
7-29 0.241 AVG
2 RBI 3 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 Neal Truss
9-75 0.120 AVG
6 RBI 8 R 1 HR
 0 PoGs


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Recent HFTC News
 
Monday 8/15/2063: Otto (CHW) and Monteiro (Fla) win P.O.W. award
The American League Player of the Week award goes to Abel Otto, Chicago (A)'s starting shortstop. Otto helped his team with an average of .350 and 12 RBI in 20 at bats. Luis Monteiro from Florida wins his 2nd Player of the Week award for putting up the best numbers this week in the National League. He had an on base percentage of .483 and hit .423, while driving in 8 runs. His season numbers are: .322 AVG, 146 hits, 21 doubles, 3 triples and 31 bombs, along with 85 RBI and 86 runs scored.

 
Sunday 8/14/2063: Luis Monteiro clubs three rockets
PITTSBURGH - Luis Monteiro was in a groove, and the results spoke for themselves. He powered Florida to a 11-10 win over Pittsburgh by homering three times. Number 1 in the 1st inning, a shot estimated at 393 feet, cleared the wall in right-center. A 422 foot drive to center field marked his 2nd bomb, a two-run homerun off Paul Reyer in the 6th inning. A pitch from John Lear in the 9th inning left his bat for a solo homerun, landing 392 feet from home plate in right-center. Luis finished with 4 hits in 5 AB, scoring FOUR times with 5 RBI. On 7/25/2063, Michael Young was the last player to hit 3 dingers in a single game.

 
Wednesday 8/10/2063: Baltimore's William Hedstrom laces 2000th career hit
CLEVELAND - Baltimore's William Hedstrom showed a smile on his face after he got his 2000th career hit against Cleveland on Wednesday. With no outs in the 8th inning, William drilled a single, causing a standing ovation from the crowd. In 12 years of big league action so far, William has compiled a batting average of .275, along with 290 homeruns and 995 RBI. 'I still remember my first hit. But the one today is something special. I'll definitely keep that ball!'

 
Monday 8/8/2063: Reid and Bobb win Player of the Week award
The American League's best player of the week was Oakland's Hoyt Reid, who wins the award for the 6th time in his career. Reid helped his team with an average of .429 and 11 RBI in 28 at bats. The National League Player of the Week award goes to Timothy Bobb, Atlanta's starting rightfielder. He hit .526 with 10 RBI and slugged 1.263 in 19 at bats. He got at least one hit each game this week and is on a 8 game hitting streak right now. Bobb has hit 31 bombs this year while batting .312. He adds 29 doubles, along with 101 runs scored.

 
Monday 8/1/2063: Player of the Week honors go to Waldman and Douglas
Michael Waldman wins his 15th Player of the Week award. American League pitchers couldn't figure out how to retire this guy all week long. Waldman helped his team with an average of .417 and 14 RBI in 24 at bats. Michael managed to drive in at least one run in every game he played this week. He now has homered in 3 consecutive games as well! The National League Player of the Week award goes to Clayton Douglas, Los Angeles' starting second baseman. He hit .652 with 8 RBI and slugged 1.174 in 23 at bats. While compiling an on base percentage of .402, Clayton hit .364 and slugged .592. He has collected 74 runs batted in this year. He's 7th in the National League in batting!

 
Monday 8/1/2063: Pitcher of the Month award winners announced
pitcher Clayton Zavala is the American League winner of the Pitcher of the Month award in July. He started 7 games in July, going 5-1 and compiling an ERA of 1.99 in 54.1 innings. Clayton fanned 43 hitters. His ERA of 3.78 helped him to a 14-10 record this year. He struck out 159 and walked 38 in 188.1 innings. He's 3rd in the American League in wins! Houston's pitcher Benjamin Ridgley Jr. is the National League winner of the Pitcher of the Month award in July. His record of 4-0 in 5 was among the leagues best this month. In 29.2 innings of work he allowed just 15 hits while striking out 33, compiling an ERA of just 1.21. This season Ridgley Jr. compiled an ERA of 3.12, going 9-4 in 21 starts. He fanned 118 while giving up 68 hits in 109.2 innings.

 
Monday 8/1/2063: Batter of the Month award winners announced
The Batter of the Month award in the American League goes to Kansas City's John Blaney this time, as the rightfielder displayed the best offensive perfomance in his league. He had an on base percentage of .451 and hit .417, while driving in 32 runs. His season features a batting average of .318 (126 hits in 396 AB), 31 doubles, one triple and 31 bombs. Blaney collected 82 RBI and 81 runs as well. He's 10th in the American League in RBIs and 2nd in homeruns! The Batter of the Month award in the National League goes to St. Louis' Nelson Abella this time, as the third baseman displayed the best offensive perfomance in his league. Abella helped his team with an average of .460 and 48 RBI in 100 at bats. While compiling an on base percentage of .432, Nelson hit .387 and slugged .692. He has collected 143 runs batted in this year. He's 4th in the National League in batting, 4th in homeruns and 1st in RBI!

 
Wednesday 7/27/2063: Brent Lanning pitches 2-hit shutout against Chicago (N)
CHICAGO (N) - Chicago (N)'s hitters looked uncomfortable, and San Francisco's Brent Lanning didn't help them. The left-hander fired his 2nd shutout of the season, a 2-hitter. 'Wow, what a nice day. I guess I had a good breakfast today.' Lanning (14-2) fanned 1 and walked 2, throwing 97 pitches. Raymond Chamberlain helped Lanning at the plate, he stroked 2 hits in 4 AB, doubling once. San Francisco improved its record to 58-44, scoring 3 runs on 7 hits.

 
Wednesday 7/27/2063: 5-hit performance by Atlanta's Timothy Bobb
FLORIDA - Timothy Bobb saw the ball really well, leading Atlanta to a 9-8 win over Florida. His five hits thrilled his teammates and coaches, and Timothy seemed happy as well after the game. A pitch from Jose Fernandez in the 1st inning left his bat for a solo homerun, landing 410 feet from home plate in right-center. A 360 foot drive to right field marked his 2nd hit, a two-run homerun off Jose Fernandez in the 5th inning. The game was tied, 4-4, after the blast. He had singles in the 8th , in the 9th inning and in the 10th inning (one RBI). Timothy did drive in 4 while scoring 4 runs on his own. He now has a total of 110 hits this season, accounting for a .301 batting average.

 
Monday 7/25/2063: Portland's Michael Young clears fence three times
PORTLAND - Michael Young was in a groove, and the results spoke for themselves. He powered Portland to a 9-3 win over Milwaukee by homering three times. A pitch from Albert Kendrick in the 3rd inning left his bat for a solo homerun, landing 367 feet from home plate in left field. That one tied it at 1 runs apiece. Number 2 in the 5th inning, a shot estimated at 409 feet, cleared the wall in right-center. In the 7th inning he unloaded a three-run homerun off Matthew Santistevan. Michael stroked 4 hits in 4 AB, scoring three runs and driving in 5 runs. In 1847 career at bats, he has hit 100 homeruns and collected 327 RBI.

 
Monday 7/25/2063: Vail and Abella win Player of the Week award
The American League's best player of the week was Kansas City's Michael Vail, who wins the award for the 11th time in his career. Michael pounded opposing pitchers, hitting .517 with 0 HR and 10 RBI while slugging .793. The National League's best player of the week was St. Louis' Nelson Abella, who wins the award for the 16th time in his career. Abella helped his team with an average of .500 and 20 RBI in 32 at bats. Nelson has gone 152 for 393 (.387) this season, hitting 28 homeruns and driving in 132 runs. He has scored 91 runs on his own. He's 4th in the National League in batting, 4th in homeruns and 1st in RBI!

 
Friday 7/22/2063: Nelson Abella clubs six hits in a game
SAN DIEGO - St. Louis' third baseman Nelson Abella once again displayed his tremendous ability to make contact with that little white ball. He tore up San Diego's pitching staff with a 6 hit performance on Friday. Number 5 in the 6th inning, a shot estimated at 400 feet, cleared the wall in right field. His 6th hit, a solo homerun off Bruce Cannella in the 9th inning, cleared the fence in left field. He had singles in the 1st (one RBI) , in the 3rd inning (two RBIs) , in the 3rd (one RBI) and in the 5th . Nelson scored 4 runs, and he collected 9 RBI as well! He's having a very good season so far, batting .384. St. Louis scored 24 runs on 26 hits.

 
Thursday 7/21/2063: Pasqual Pineda ropes 2000th career hit
PHILADELPHIA - Washington's Pasqual Pineda showed a smile on his face after he got his 2000th career hit against Philadelphia on Thursday. His hit in the 4th inning was a double off John Edmond. In 11 years of big league action so far, Pasqual has compiled a batting average of .304, along with 396 homeruns and 1350 RBI. 'Good things happen when you put the bat on the ball.'

 
Thursday 7/21/2063: 5-hit performance by Florida's Luis Monteiro
NEW YORK (N) - Luis Monteiro hits 'em where they ain't. New York (N) certainly agrees as Florida's centerfielder unloaded five hits, adding to his reputation of being one of the best pure hitters in the game. A pitch from John Weir in the 3rd inning left his bat for a solo homerun, landing 405 feet from home plate in right-center. His 5th hit, a solo homerun off Ruben Taylor in the 9th inning, cleared the fence in right field. He had singles in the 6th inning (one RBI) , in the 6th inning and in the 8th (one RBI). Luis did drive in 4 while scoring 4 runs on his own. He is hitting .316 this season, with 22 HR and 66 RBI. Florida scored 17 runs on 20 hits.

 
Tuesday 7/19/2063: Oscar Labastilla hits for the cycle against Cleveland
DETROIT - Oscar Labastilla is a pretty good hitter, but his 4 hit performance seemed to surprise even himself considering that the hits added up to the cycle, one of the most difficult things to accomplish in baseball. A single in the 1st off Martin Fuentes accounted for his 1st hit. A pitch from Martin Fuentes in the 3rd inning left his bat for a double. In the 7th inning he unloaded a RBI triple off Tony Ibaņez. His 4th hit, off Armando Zorrilla in the 9th inning, was a solo homerun and cleared the fence in center field. His final hit proved to be the game winner as well! That drive completed the cycle, causing a smile on his face! Oscar did drive in 2 while scoring 3 runs on his own. He is hitting .313 this season, with 12 HR and 76 RBI. 298 players in league history have so far hit for the cycle, including Oscar. Gary Dustin was the last player to hit for the cycle, doing it 7/10/2063.

 
Monday 7/18/2063: Koepp and Cardoso win Player of the Week award
The American League Player of the Week award goes to Cecil Koepp, Toronto's starting centerfielder. He hit .611 with 7 RBI and slugged .833 in 18 at bats. Cecil managed to drive in at least one run in every game he played this week. He has hit one longball while batting .320 this season. His 105 hits and 45 walks add up to a .406 on-base percentage. It's the 1st time that the National League Player of the Week award goes to Milwaukee's third baseman Santiago Cardoso. He had an on base percentage of .450 and hit .450, while driving in 9 runs. Cardoso has hit for a .293 average this season. He has 38 extra base hits along with 176 total bases, resulting in a .506 slugging percentage.

 
Thursday 7/14/2063: Toronto's Chet Crase laces six hits
NEW YORK (A) - Chet Crase hits 'em where they ain't. New York (A) certainly agrees as Toronto's third baseman unloaded six hits, adding to his reputation of being one of the best pure hitters in the game. His 2nd hit was a RBI double off Kanko Tatsui in the 5th inning. In the 8th inning he belted a double off Thomas Gwynn. His 6th hit was a three-run triple off James Koger in the 9th inning. He had singles in the 3rd inning , in the 7th and in the 7th (one RBI). Chet did drive in 5 while scoring 2 runs on his own. This season has been a good one for him so far, as he has 98 hits in 313 at bats, resulting in a .313 batting average. Toronto improved its record to 46-45, scoring 27 runs on 28 hits.

 
Monday 7/11/2063: New York (A)'s Fouch wins Player of the Week award
Timothy Fouch from New York (A) wins his 3rd Player of the Week award for putting up the best numbers this week in the American League. In 26 at bats he hit .538 with 4 HR and 12 RBI. He got at least one hit each game this week and is on a 11 game hitting streak right now. Pittsburgh's leftfielder Adelardo Mendez had some reason to celebrate as well, as the league named him the National League Player of the Week. Mendez helped his team with an average of .550 and 7 RBI in 20 at bats.

 
Sunday 7/10/2063: Gary Dustin ropes five hits, completes cycle
NEW YORK (A) - Gary Dustin hits 'em where they ain't. Colorado certainly agrees as New York (A)'s designated hitter unloaded five hits and hitting for the cycle. A single in the 1st off Pablo Ortega accounted for his 1st hit. Hit number 2 followed in the 2nd inning, a RBI triple. In the 5th inning he belted a double off Pablo Ortega. His 4th hit, off Geronimo Fabregas in the 6th inning, was a two-run homerun and cleared the fence in right-center. That drive completed the cycle, causing a smile on his face! A single in the 8th off Christopher Fred accounted for his 5th hit. Gary scored 2 runs, and he collected 3 RBI as well! He's having a very good season so far, batting .349. He's now the 297th player in league history to hit for the cycle! John Larosa was the last player to hit for the cycle, doing it 6/14/2063.

 
Friday 7/8/2063: Kansas City's John Blaney has great day with six hits
MINNESOTA - On Friday, Kansas City's rightfielder John Blaney displayed his sensational ability to handle the bat against Minnesota, punishing their pitchers with six hits. A pitch from Willard Munk in the 3rd inning left his bat for a double. Number 4 in the 5th inning, a shot estimated at 444 feet, cleared the wall in left-center. His 6th hit, a solo homerun off Renato Vasco in the 8th inning, cleared the fence in left field. He collected singles in the 1st (one RBI) , in the 4th and in the 6th inning (two RBIs). John did drive in 8 while scoring 3 runs on his own. He now has a total of 96 hits this season, accounting for a .300 batting average. The final score of the game was 18-14.



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     Recent PoMs
July
 
 John Blaney  
 43-103 8 BB 19 K  
 0.417 AVG 1.296 OPS  
 9 2B 1 3B 11 HR 0 SB 
 32 RBI 31 R 3 PoG 
 
 Nelson Abella  
 46-100 8 BB 6 K  
 0.460 AVG 1.322 OPS  
 8 2B 0 3B 10 HR 0 SB 
 48 RBI 22 R 8 PoG 
 
 Clayton Zavala  
 5-1-0 1.99 ERA  
 54 IP 50 H 43 K 6 BB 
 1 CG 0 SHO 2 PoG 
 
 Benjamin Ridgley Jr.  
 4-0-0 1.21 ERA  
 29 IP 15 H 33 K 9 BB 
 0 CG 0 SHO 2 PoG 
 

     Recent PoWs
 
 Luis Monteiro 8/15
12-29 0.414 AVG
8 RBI 9 R 4 HR
 2 PoGs
 
 Abel Otto 8/15
8-23 0.348 AVG
12 RBI 8 R 5 HR
 1 PoGs
 
 Timothy Bobb 8/8
11-22 0.500 AVG
11 RBI 10 R 4 HR
 1 PoGs
 
 Hoyt Reid 8/8
13-32 0.406 AVG
12 RBI 7 R 4 HR
 1 PoGs
 
 Clayton Douglas 8/1
15-23 0.652 AVG
8 RBI 9 R 4 HR
 1 PoGs
 
 Michael Waldman 8/1
10-24 0.417 AVG
14 RBI 9 R 5 HR
 1 PoGs
 
 Nelson Abella 7/25
20-37 0.541 AVG
23 RBI 12 R 5 HR
 4 PoGs
 
 Michael Vail 7/25
17-33 0.515 AVG
10 RBI 8 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 

     Top 5 PoGs
Top 5 Hitters
Nelson Abella18
Michael Young14
Jesus Vazquez14
Santiago Cardoso13
Orlando Villalon12
Top 5 Pitchers
Miguel Vivar13
Clayton Hankins11
Crispin Almeida10
James Tedesco10
Esteban Posada9

     Who's Hot
 
 Robt Ogan
98-272 0.360 AVG
54 RBI 47 R 16 HR
 3 PoGs
 
 John Blaney
76-233 0.326 AVG
50 RBI 53 R 21 HR
 3 PoGs
 
 Nelson Abella
89-250 0.356 AVG
67 RBI 44 R 17 HR
 7 PoGs
 
 Adam Hallmark
83-242 0.343 AVG
55 RBI 56 R 17 HR
 4 PoGs
 
 Luis Monteiro
88-251 0.351 AVG
41 RBI 42 R 14 HR
 8 PoGs
 
 Orlando Villalon
67-235 0.285 AVG
64 RBI 57 R 24 HR
 7 PoGs
 
 Tyrell Allen
79-241 0.328 AVG
45 RBI 53 R 13 HR
 4 PoGs
 
 Rico Barrot
89-234 0.380 AVG
42 RBI 44 R 9 HR
 3 PoGs
 
 Richard Fouche
75-237 0.316 AVG
52 RBI 55 R 16 HR
 3 PoGs
 
 Michael Young
81-253 0.320 AVG
58 RBI 50 R 25 HR
 7 PoGs
 

     Who's Not
 
 David Romero
4-27 0.148 AVG
1 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Terrence Mikkelson
5-33 0.152 AVG
2 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Kendry Moreira
4-23 0.174 AVG
1 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Russell Jones
4-21 0.190 AVG
2 RBI 3 R 1 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Jonas Reyes
6-32 0.188 AVG
7 RBI 3 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Thomas Grimmett
6-53 0.113 AVG
5 RBI 5 R 1 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Victor Pasillas
6-31 0.194 AVG
1 RBI 3 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Chase Garner
7-33 0.212 AVG
1 RBI 2 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Enrique Depaz
7-33 0.212 AVG
0 RBI 1 R 0 HR
 0 PoGs
 
 Richard Pero
5-21 0.238 AVG
2 RBI 5 R 1 HR
 0 PoGs
 




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