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whitesoxfan
06-09-2007, 01:03 PM
Indianapolis-Charlotte 6:15
Mississippi-Birmingham 7:05
Wilmington-Winston-Salem 6:00
Kanny-Greensboro 6:00

Probable starters:
Heath Phillips for Charlotte: 4-5, 6.10 ERA
Gio Gonzalez for Birmingham: 4-3, 3.05 ERA
Kyle McCulloch for Winston-Salem: 3-5, 3.88 ERA
Jose Zazueta for Kanny: 1-4, 4.15 ERA

CLR01
06-09-2007, 10:53 PM
Charlotte scores 4 in the bottom of the 9th to tie their game at 7 and go into extra innings (top 11th currently). Everything happened with at least one out and all 4 runs scored with 2 outs on the board although the bags were juiced before the second out was recorded (no home runs in the inning). Maybe they should just call up the whole team. :dunno:

MacDougal pitched a scoreless no hit inning. :party:

Hitmen77
06-10-2007, 12:05 AM
Looks like another great outing by Gio Gonzalez.

By the way, Sweeney was 2 for 4 with 2 walks and the Prince of Darkness was 3 for 5 with a strikeout.

California Sox
06-10-2007, 12:15 AM
Charlotte lost to Indianapolis 8-7 in 11
Sweeney 2-4 2bb 2 runs rbi
Worst Person in world 3-5 rbi
Pods 0-3 2bb run
TPerez 3-6 hr 5rbi
Bourgeois 3-6 double
Phillips 6IP 8H 5R 5ER 4BB 1K
Babula took the loss

Birmingham beat Mississippi 3-2
Mercedes hr 2 rbi
Myers 2-2
1 hit apiece for Collaro, Lucy and Frost
Gio 7IP 2H 1R 1ER 3BB 5K
Oneli Perez blew the save then picked up the vulture win
2IP 4H 1R 1ER 0BB 2K

W-S beat Wilmington 3-0
Cook 3-4 2b 3b rbi
Cunningham 1-3 2b bb run
Paulo Orlando 1-4 sb
Schnurstein 2-4 rbi
McCulloch (who took a lot of **** on this board this week, including from me, showed us with his best outing of the year.) 7IP 6H 0R 0ER 0BB 8K

Kanny got hammered by Greensboro 18-6
Shelby 2-4, double (smoking hot lately) has average up to .300, but made 2 errors giving him 16 for the year.
Carter 1-5 2rbi 3Ks
Allen 1-4 rbi bb
Grace 3-4 2b run error
Zazueta 2IP 7H 10R 9ER 1BB 2K 1Bus-ticket-to-Bristol.
Perez 4IP 9H 6R 6ER 0BB 4K
I's pitching gave up 5 hr, every pitcher gave up at least 1.

UserNameBlank
06-10-2007, 08:42 AM
Paulo Orlando has brought his average up to .283 and his OBP up to .335 after a terrible start. He's hitting .344 in June and .325 over his last 10 games. Now 10-for-13 in stolen bases. 4 of his 12 XBH have come in his last 8 games, including 2 of his last 3 home runs.

Come on Paulo!

I really want this guy to succeed after a .261/.305/.391 debut in Kanny last year. He isn't talked about much, but he is nothing but energy.

My other boy Ehren Wassermann:
32.1 IP, 1-2, 1.95 ERA, 0 HR, 22 H, 17 BB, 28 K, .206 BAA, 1.91 GA/AO, 1.21 WHIP

Maybe those numbers don't look way too impressive for Ehren, but I'm going to make up a new stat now so they look better. I can't find out how many groundballs he's thrown and it doesn't work out perfectly from his IP and AG/AO ratio, but Ehren has gotten roughly 73 of his 97 outs (75%) via groundball or K. That should play pretty well in the Cell. And I love his delivery. That WHIP is a bit high, but the BAA is low, and he hasn't given up a home run in Charlotte. I'll take him over Prinz any day of the week.

UserNameBlank
06-10-2007, 08:50 AM
^^^meant GO/AO in the post above. Don't know how it came out the way it did. For some reason I can't edit the post.

jabrch
06-10-2007, 09:46 AM
McCulloch (who took a lot of **** on this board this week, including from me, showed us with his best outing of the year.) 7IP 6H 0R 0ER 0BB 8K


For all the crap he gets from some of you, I don't get it. 28 ER in 72 innings, including a 9 run 2.1 inning outing. That's 19 ER in 63 innings if you pull one terrible outing out of it.

Kyle McCullouch doesn't have significantly less potential to be a big league starter than the guys taken after him with the possible exception of Joba Chamberlain who I believe the yanks paid more than slot money to get.

Both Kyle and Broadway seem to look like they have the potential to develop into effective MLB starters. I don't see why some of you guys bash the picks just because they weren't "high risk". Part of me feels like you'd be the same guys bashing high risk picks if they end up failing.