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NC_sox_fan
05-17-2003, 09:01 AM
Friday night baseball scores from the Sox Minors:

Charlotte: The Knights won over the Columbus Clippers, 5 - 0. Jon Adkins got the win. Cliff Brumbaugh hit his sixth homer. No other details available this morning.

Birmingham: The Barons were defeated by the Carolina Mudcats, 8-2. It was another loss for pitcher Dennis Ulacia who pitched 5 innings, giving up 5 runs on 6 hits.

Winston-Salem: The game was one of our best last night. With the Kinston Indians nipping at our heals (just 2 1/2 games behind us) The Warthogs came out blasting. We handed the K-Tribe a solid 8 - 1 defeat. Strong pitching from Ryan Wing, Mitch Wiley and newcomer, Jason Stumm, helped stop the Indians effectively. Our bats were equally impressive. Tommy Nicholson had 4 hits, Jeremy Reed had 3 and Brian Becker slammed his 8th homerun of the year. The Hogs racked up 14 hits against 3 Kinston pitchers. It was an exciting game (understatement!!).

Kannapolis: The K-Sox defeated the Asheville Tourists last night, 2-1. Paulino Reynoso pitched 5 2/3 solid innings, with Josh Rupe and Rick Hummel pitching well in relief. Edgar Varela drove in the winning run for the Intimidators.

hold2dibber
05-17-2003, 11:53 PM
Originally posted by NC_sox_fan
Friday night baseball scores from the Sox Minors:

Charlotte: The Knights won over the Columbus Clippers, 5 - 0. Jon Adkins got the win. Cliff Brumbaugh hit his sixth homer. No other details available this morning.

Any additional details yet?

Birmingham: The Barons were defeated by the Carolina Mudcats, 8-2. It was another loss for pitcher Dennis Ulacia who pitched 5 innings, giving up 5 runs on 6 hits.

What the hell has happened to Ulacia? He and Malone have basically fallen off the end of the earth. Just goes to show you how unpredictable minor league pitching is.

Winston-Salem: The game was one of our best last night. With the Kinston Indians nipping at our heals (just 2 1/2 games behind us) The Warthogs came out blasting. We handed the K-Tribe a solid 8 - 1 defeat. Strong pitching from Ryan Wing, Mitch Wiley and newcomer, Jason Stumm, helped stop the Indians effectively. Our bats were equally impressive. Tommy Nicholson had 4 hits, Jeremy Reed had 3 and Brian Becker slammed his 8th homerun of the year. The Hogs racked up 14 hits against 3 Kinston pitchers. It was an exciting game (understatement!!).

Jason Stumm!! Haven't heard that name in a while. Any reason to believe he still might be a contributor on the MLB level some day?

Kannapolis: The K-Sox defeated the Asheville Tourists last night, 2-1. Paulino Reynoso pitched 5 2/3 solid innings, with Josh Rupe and Rick Hummel pitching well in relief. Edgar Varela drove in the winning run for the Intimidators.

Any relation to Ryan Rupe or Tim Hummel?

Daver
05-18-2003, 12:06 AM
Originally posted by hold2dibber




What the hell has happened to Ulacia? He and Malone have basically fallen off the end of the earth. Just goes to show you how unpredictable minor league pitching is.



Jason Stumm!! Haven't heard that name in a while. Any reason to believe he still might be a contributor on the MLB level some day?



Any relation to Ryan Rupe or Tim Hummel?

Malone and Ulacia are suffering from control problems,not uncommon with guys drafted out of HS.

Jason Stumm just got released from the DL after having minor surgery in the offseason,don't get your hopes up yet on him.

Rick Hummel is Tim Hummel's younger brother,a low round draft pick that is still questionable.


I would tell you to turn your attention to Ryan Wing,a reach pick that is lights out at W/S,and also Ryan Meaux,who is putting up some good numbers.

Daver
05-18-2003, 08:12 PM
BA on the return of Jason Stumm.

White Sox righthander Jason Stumm was reinstated from his latest trip to the DL. The 22-year-old will join the Double-A Birmingham bullpen. Drafted 15th overall in 1999, Stumm has been sidetracked by injury after injury. First it was Tommy John surgery in 2000, then shoulder surgery before the 2002 season. He returned to log 40 innings for low Class A Kannapolis last year, but had a minor procedure done on his shoulder following the season. Stumm, 22, has still shown the ability to run his fastball into the mid-90s.