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Old 09-06-2005, 03:26 PM
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In light of stats that Flight posted in another thread, here are some updated regular-season stats from this season . . .

Charlotte
Anderson: .295 AVE, .360 OBP, .469 SLG
Bajenaru: 1.41 ERA, 70.1 IP, 83 K, .185 BAA
Munoz: 8-14, 4.27
Diaz: 6-8, 5.00

Birmingham
Young: .277, .377, .545, 41 2B, 3 3B, 26 HR, 100 R, 77 RBI, 32 SB, 6 CS
Rogowski: .293, .374, .444, 20 SB, 83 R, 78 RBI
Fields: .252, .341, .409, 76 R, 79 RBI
Owens: .331, .393, .406, 38 SB, 99 R
Sweeney: .298, .357, .371
Stewart: .286, .341, .460
Haigwood: 6 W, 1 L, 1.74 ERA
Lubisich: 9-4, 3.00
Haeger: 6-3, 3.78
Tracey: 14-6, 4.07
Phillips: 9-5, 4.07

Winston-Salem
Valido: .287, .319, .417, 85 R, 49 SB, 5 CS, 12 E
Nanita: .293, .394, .456, 73 R, 14 SB
Schnurstein: .270, .332, .419, 77 R, 12 SB
Collaro: .266, .301, .493, 27 2B, 3 3B, 29 HR, 100 RBI
Gonzalez: 8-3, 3.56, 73.1 IP, 79 K, .228 BAA
Broadway: 1-3, 4.58, 55 IP, 58 K
Liotta: 6-2, 1.45
Rodriguez: 12-7, 4.18
Castro: 2.31, 78 IP, 75 K, .208 BAA

Kannapolis
Lucy: .264, .353, .309, 6 SB
Getz: .304, .407, .397, 11 SB
Hansen: .276, .344, .484, 28 2B, 1 3B, 24 HR, 90 RBI
Egbert: 10-5, 3.12, .236 BAA, 647 POs (estimate)
Torres: 1-3, 3.53, 43.1 IP, 54 K, .179 BAA
Bakker: 5-4, 3.69, .233 BAA
Harrell: 7-11, 3.65
Russell: 9-7, 3.78

Great Falls
Hernandez: .348, .405, .522
Tartaglia: .311, .383, .397, 32 SB
Allen: .265, .367, .475, 7 SB
Lemon: 3-4, 2.63, 3 Saves, 41 IP, 46 K, .204 BAA
Marshall: 2-0, 2.83, 6 Saves, 41.1 IP, 43 K, .218 BAA
Everly: 1-2, 3.12
Perez: 4-5, 3.66

Bristol
Welker: .303, .374, .429
Carter: .283, .350, .485, 10 HR
Sanchez: .260, .313, .386, 14 SB
Day: 4-0, 3.16, 31.1 IP, 33 K, .227 BAA
Rodriguez: 1-3, 3.82, 35.1 IP, 36 K
Viola: 5-2, 3.84
Walters: 2-5, 3.44
Evans: 0-1, 3.38
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Old 09-06-2005, 04:32 PM
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Looks like the White Sox will have a full outfield at both the major league club and the AAA Charlotte club for next year and for awhile thereafter. I think the fourth outfielder spot with the ML will be up for grabs next spring. I also think Joe Borchard is all but gone.
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Old 09-06-2005, 05:01 PM
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Young: .277, .377, .545, 41 2B, 3 3B, 26 HR, 100 R, 77 RBI, 32 SB, 6 CS
Holy crap. Every time I look at Young's line, I can't stop grinning. This is one kid I hope we hold onto. 42 2Bs, 26HRs, and 32 SBs while playing a good CF?
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Old 09-06-2005, 06:46 PM
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Chris Getz in a half year hitting with wooden bats.

.304/.407/30BB/10K


Why isn't this kid being talked about more? I've heard his glove in the MIF is awesome as well.
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Old 09-06-2005, 06:51 PM
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Why isn't [Getz] being talked about more?
Probably because he's still at low-A. Lots of college players look great there only to fail in the high-minors. Hopefully, Getz can keep it up next season and put himself on the radar.
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Old 09-06-2005, 09:20 PM
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Young: .277, .377, .545, 41 2B, 3 3B, 26 HR, 100 R, 77 RBI, 32 SB, 6 CS

Owens: .331, .393, .406, 38 SB, 99 R
WOW!

****ing eyepopping!
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Old 09-06-2005, 09:30 PM
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Lucy: .264, .353, .309, 6 SB
If he can continue this, you have your catcher of the future right there.
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Old 09-06-2005, 09:48 PM
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You think Jim Bowden is calling "tradebacks" on the Owens-Escobar swap?

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Old 09-06-2005, 10:21 PM
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If he can continue this, you have your catcher of the future right there.
I don't know, Francisco Hernandez rebounded nicely at Great Falls.
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Old 09-07-2005, 12:46 AM
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Chris Getz in a half year hitting with wooden bats.

.304/.407/30BB/10K


Why isn't this kid being talked about more? I've heard his glove in the MIF is awesome as well.
Because he has almost no power, is really more of a 2-bagger, and is a veteran major-conference player doing it in low-A ball.
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Old 09-07-2005, 12:47 AM
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I don't know, Francisco Hernandez rebounded nicely at Great Falls.
Lucy is still ahead of him. Hernandez started coming around and making the adjustments in Kannapolis the 3 weeks or so before he was sent back to Great Falls when Lucy came off the DL.
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Lucy is still ahead of him. Hernandez started coming around and making the adjustments in Kannapolis the 3 weeks or so before he was sent back to Great Falls when Lucy came off the DL.
On a positive note you can't leave Chris Stewart out of this argument with the year he's had. 3 guys fighting for that hard to fill role is pretty sweet.
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Old 09-07-2005, 01:21 AM
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On a positive note you can't leave Chris Stewart out of this argument with the year he's had. 3 guys fighting for that hard to fill role is pretty sweet.
Yep, Stewart is one of the most over-looked prospects in the organization...
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Old 09-07-2005, 01:31 AM
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Yep, Stewart is one of the most over-looked prospects in the organization...
It's not too often you come across a 6'3" monster who can move behind the plate either.
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Old 09-07-2005, 10:44 AM
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You have to be pleased with Stewart's offensive surge this season. I know he was repeating a level, but I sure didn't expect him to hit .286. The current Barons team is absolutely loaded.
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