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Old 04-28-2005, 03:45 PM
maurice maurice is offline
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Default While I was out of town . . .

. . . the Sox and Bulls roll,
. . . the Bears draft,
. . . and Sox prospects continue to impress.

Charlotte
- Anderson now .319 AVE / .390 OBP / .594 SLG
- BMac recovered from a bad outing, and now owns a 29:7 K:BB ratio in 23 IP
- Baj rounding into form: 1.23 ERA, 7.1 IP, 1 ER, 2 H, 5 BB, 9 K, .091 BAA (!)
- Munoz also pitching better: 3.31 ERA and 15:4 K:BB in 16.1 IP

B'ham
- Fields now batting .323 / .392 / .431 with 14 RBI, 10 R, and 3 SB
- Rogo now .306 / .370 / .403 with 10 RBI, 14 R, and 4 SB
- Owens is on fire, getting his AVE over .300 with 14 R and 7-for-7 SB
- Gonzo (and Stewart!) still hitting over .300
- Young's AVE is still low, but increasing quickly; he's still managed to score 17 Runs
- Tracey is quietly getting the job done: 2-1, 1.69 ERA, 0 HR allowed, and only 1 hit batsman so far
- Bullard continues to show that he deserves to be in Charlotte (if he's not injured)
- It'd suck to be trailing late and have to face the relief tandem of Lamura, Reynoso & Jenks

W-S
- Amador and Collaro continue to light it up for the 'Hogs with 7 HR each
- Amador: .345 / .345 (0 BB) / .793 (!) with 18 RBI and 7 SB
- Collaro: .347 / .356 (2 BB) / .667 (!) with 19 RBI
- Valido and Schnurstein getting on and scoring, joining 6 'Hogs with .300+ AVEs
- Valido: .329 / .353 / .488 with 14 R and 7 SB
- Schnurstein : .311 / .417 / .459 with 12 R and 2 SB
- The other CLee is 16-for-40 (.400 AVE!) so far
- Haigwood, Haeger & Dizard getting it done (combined ERA around 2)
- Wasserman has been untouchable: 8 IP, 5 Saves, 0 R, 2 H, 0 BB, 10 K, .080 BAA
- Castro's not too shabby either: 3.38 ERA, 8 IP, 8 K

Kanny
- Josh Hansen also has 7 HR (and 15 RBI); he's slugging .632
- Delossantos batting .299 (but 0 HR and only 1 SB)
- The continued domination of Gonzalez and Liotta is well-publicized here
- Combined stats: 4-1, 1.50 ERA (est.), 63:12 K:BB, and 12.06 K/9
- Zaleski, Little, and Egbert also are pitching well in relief
- Combined stats: 3-1, 2 Saves, 2.40 ERA (est.), 38:7 K:BB, and about 9 K/9

(Note: Stats taken from BA this morning and may not be current.)
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