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Diamonds in the Rough 7.12

Royals affiliates finished Thursday with a 3-3 record.  HR Roll Call Matt Fields (8) Angel Franco (3) 

(Photo Minda Haas)

Pine Tar Press Hitter of the Day Tony Abreu 2-5 2 R, 2 RBI


Pine Tar Press Pitcher of the Day Andy Ferguson 5.2 IP 6 H 3 ER 1 BB 8 K

Photo by Gretchel Daugherty / Grand Junction Daily Sentinel

Pine Tar Press Rookie League Player of the Day Ali Williams 6 IP 3 H 0 R 0 ER 1 BB 11 K



Iowa Cubs 12 Omaha Storm Chasers 11

The Chasers lost an ugly one Thursday night that featured five errors, thirty one hits and twenty three runs.  Starter Doug Davis wasn’t fooling anyone in his five innings, giving up six runs on nine hits and three walks including four runs that came in the 5th to tighten what was a 7-2 Omaha lead.  The game was evened up in the top of the 6th at seven until Wil Myers grounded a ball behind third with the bases loaded chasing a run home on an infield single and another scoring when Josh Vitters throw eluded the first baseman.  That lead wouldn’t last long for the Chasers as Jeremy Jeffress would come on in relief of Brandon Sisk giving up four hits, a walk and a sac fly that allowed the Cubs to chase home five runs.  The Chasers would come up a run short in their bid at a comeback to drop their fourth game in a row to Iowa all by a one run margin.


W: Cabrera (2-0, 2.53) L: Jeffress (4-3, 4.94)
S: Bowden (2)

Iowa Cubs
Alfredo AmezagaSS521100010.282
Dave SappeltRF422000210.256
Adrian Cardenas2B603000101.329
Josh Vitters3B412100110.304
Brett JacksonCF221000131.263
Welington CastilloC522001302.255
Blake LalliDH511100202.222
Matt TolbertLF400000011.252
Diory Hernandez1B423001200.193
2B: Amezaga (12, Davis, D), Vitters (26, Davis, D), Lalli (11, Jeffress).
HR: Castillo, W (4, 5th inning off Davis, D, 2 on, 1 out), Hernandez, Di (1, 6th inning off Sisk, 0 on, 0 out).
TB: Lalli 2; Jackson, B; Sappelt 2; Hernandez, Di 6; Cardenas 3; Castillo, W 5; Vitters 3; Amezaga 2.
RBI: Sappelt 2 (29), Vitters (49), Jackson, B (38), Castillo, W 3 (16), Hernandez, Di 2 (5), Lalli 2 (32), Cardenas (24).
2-out RBI: Cardenas.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Tolbert 2; Lalli; Cardenas 2.
SAC: Hernandez, Di.
SF: Sappelt.
GIDP: Sappelt.
Team RISP: 8-for-16.
Team LOB: 9.

SB: Jackson, B (21, 2nd base off Jeffress/Moore), Sappelt (8, 2nd base off Bueno, F/Ramirez, M).

E: Volstad (1, pickoff), Amezaga 2 (7, throw, throw), Vitters (16, throw).
PB: Castillo, W (5).
DP: 2 (Amezaga-Hernandez, Di, Hernandez, Di-Amezaga-Hernandez, Di).

Omaha Storm Chasers
Irving Falu3B511000011.328
Johnny Giavotella2B623000001.326
Tony AbreuSS522000210.308
Max Ramirez1B-C311000221.313
    1- Cody ClarkPR000000000.182
Anthony SeratelliRF632000102.273
David LoughCF413000110.301
Derrick RobinsonLF401000100.288
Kurt MertinsDH301000001.292
    a- Wil MyersPH-DH201000101.317
Adam MooreC311000011.213
    b- Clint RobinsonPH-1B000000010.304
a-Singled for Mertins in the 6th. b-Walked for Moore in the 8th.
1-Ran for Ramirez, M in the 9th.
TB: Moore; Falu; Mertins; Seratelli 2; Robinson, D; Giavotella 3; Myers; Lough 3; Abreu, T 2; Ramirez, M.
RBI: Lough (47), Abreu, T 2 (52), Ramirez, M 2 (58), Seratelli (48), Robinson, D (20), Myers (43).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Falu 2; Robinson, D 3; Abreu, T.
SF: Robinson, D; Ramirez, M.
GIDP: Giavotella, Falu.
Team RISP: 5-for-15.
Team LOB: 12.

E: Seratelli (13, throw).
DP: (Giavotella-Abreu, T-Ramirez, M).

Iowa Cubs
Chris Volstad2.06752105.13
Frankie De La Cruz3.02004103.31
Alberto Cabrera (W, 2-0)1.04210202.53
Jeff Beliveau (H, 4)1.03210104.26
Jay Jackson (H, 6)1.00001106.09
Michael Bowden (S, 2)1.01000202.12
Omaha Storm Chasers
Doug Davis5.09663413.48
Brandon Sisk (BS, 2)1.02221013.19
Jeremy Jeffress (BS, 4)(L, 4-3)1.04441004.94
Francisley Bueno2.00002302.81
Volstad pitched to 7 batters in the 3rd.
Sisk pitched to 1 batter in the 7th.

WP: Jeffress.
IBB: Sappelt (by Bueno, F).


Springfield Cardinals 7 NW Arkansas Naturals 0 

The Cardinals super prospect Oscar Taveras had his way with Sugar Ray Marimon and the rest of the Naturals staff leading the way to a win Thursday night.  The Dominican born 20 year old prospect collect four hits on the night including his 18th home run of the season driving in 3 runs and scoring another.  The Cardinals were seeing the Royals starter Marimon quite well collecting 10 hits in just 4.2 innings, scoring 6 runs including a 3 run home run by Chris Swauger.  The game turned into a laugher as the NW Arkansas offense was unable to cash in on their six hits, going 0 for 6 with runners in scoring position.  Leftfielder Brian Fletcher extended his hitting streak to nine games with a 2 for 4 effort including his fifth double since joining the Naturals.

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W: Rosenthal (8-6, 2.78) L: Marimon (1-2, 4.29)

Northwest Arkansas Naturals
Yem PradesCF400000000.255
Rey Navarro2B400000001.249
Brian FletcherLF402100001.268
John Whittleman1B400000001.234
Manny PinaC301000010.263
Mario Lisson3B403000001.248
Carlo TestaDH200000010.262
Nick Van StrattenRF300000000.285
Alex McClureSS300000000.255
2B: Fletcher (5, Rosenthal).
TB: Fletcher 3; Lisson 3; Pina.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: McClure 2; Whittleman.
SAC: Testa, C.
GIDP: McClure 2, Testa, C.
Team RISP: 0-for-6.
Team LOB: 7.

E: McClure (1, fielding).
Outfield assists: Fletcher (Garcia, G at home).
DP: 2 (McClure-Navarro-Whittleman, Lisson-Navarro-Whittleman).

Springfield Cardinals
Kolten Wong2B512100000.306
Jermaine CurtisDH211000011.301
Oscar TaverasCF524001301.331
Jamie Romak3B513000101.250
Chris SwaugerRF413001301.317
Jake ShafferLF400000001.263
Xavier Scruggs1B300000011.246
Greg GarciaSS311000012.282
Travis TartamellaC401000000.131
2B: Wong (11, Keck).
HR: Swauger (10, 4th inning off Marimon, 2 on, 2 out), Taveras (18, 8th inning off Keating, 0 on, 2 out).
TB: Wong 3; Curtis; Romak 3; Garcia, G; Tartamella; Taveras 7; Swauger 6.
RBI: Taveras 3 (66), Romak (8), Swauger 3 (40).
2-out RBI: Taveras 2; Romak; Swauger 3.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Shaffer; Romak 2.
SAC: Curtis.
GIDP: Shaffer, Tartamella.
Team RISP: 6-for-10.
Team LOB: 10.

SB: Garcia, G (5, 2nd base off Marimon/Pina).
CS: Swauger (3, 2nd base by Marimon/Pina).

E: Wong (11, fielding), Garcia, G (15, fielding).
PB: Tartamella (2).
DP: 3 (Garcia, G-Wong-Scruggs 2, Rondon-Tartamella-Scruggs).

Northwest Arkansas Naturals
Sugar Ray Marimon (L, 1-2)4.210661414.29
Jon Keck2.13002201.99
Patrick Keating1.02110213.89
Springfield Cardinals
Trevor Rosenthal (W, 8-6)6.04001402.78
Jorge Rondon1.01000003.28
Justin Wright1.00000004.62
Michael Blazek1.01001004.66
WP: Marimon.
HBP: Swauger (by Marimon), Curtis (by Marimon).


Wilmington Blue Rocks 8 Potomac Nationals 3

The Rocks offense continued their scoring spree busting out the long ball Thursday night to go up 2-0 in their four game series with Potomac.  The top of the order didn’t get much done collecting just one hit but they were capably picked up by the bottom six with home runs from Matt Fields and Angel Franco as well as another that got changed to a single due to Brett Eibner over running Lane Adams on the bases.  What should have been Eibner’s 12th home run of the season took place in the 5th when he cleared the left field wall but Eibner over ran Adams on the bases due to congestion on the bases as the runners in front of him were tagging up instead of playing the ball halfway.  The run wouldn’t matter thanks to solid pitching by starter Andrew Ferguson giving Wilmington 5.2 solid innings in his first High A start striking out 8 and limiting the Nationals to 6 hits and 3 runs earning the win as the bullpen pitched 3.1 scoreless.

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W: Ferguson (1-0, 4.76) L: Ray (3-6, 5.11)

Potomac Nationals
Francisco Soriano3B312000011.238
Rick Hague2B401000002.248
Xavier NadyDH400000001.071
David FreitasC300000001.283
Jason MartinsonSS401000101.229
Michael TaylorCF300000012.223
Stephen King1B401000001.319
Kevin KeyesRF311001101.201
J.P. RamirezLF312010001.314
3B: Ramirez, J (1, Sample).
HR: Keyes (11, 6th inning off Ferguson, 0 on, 0 out).
TB: Soriano 2; Martinson; Ramirez, J 4; Keyes 4; King; Hague.
RBI: Keyes (44), Martinson (17).
2-out RBI: Martinson.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Taylor; Soriano.
GIDP: Nady 2, King.
Team RISP: 3-for-7.
Team LOB: 4.

E: King (3, fielding), Soriano (8, throw), Martinson (12, throw).
Outfield assists: Taylor (Eibner at home).

Wilmington Blue Rocks
Whit MerrifieldLF401000010.265
Orlando CalixteSS400000002.235
Cheslor Cuthbert3B410000011.233
Matt Fields1B421001111.260
Lane AdamsRF422100001.225
Brett EibnerCF311000211.205
Geulin BeltreDH413100101.209
Kevin DavidC401000203.251
Angel Franco2B312001110.285
2B: Adams (4, Ray), Beltre (8, Ray).
HR: Fields, M (8, 4th inning off Ray, 0 on, 0 out), Franco (3, 8th inning off Storen, 0 on, 0 out).
TB: Eibner; Merrifield; Beltre 4; David; Adams 3; Fields, M 4; Franco 5.
RBI: Fields, M (14), Beltre (19), David 2 (23), Eibner 2 (40), Franco (30).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Calixte; Fields, M 3; David.
SAC: Calixte.
Team RISP: 4-for-15.
Team LOB: 8.

SB: Eibner (2, 2nd base off Ray/Freitas), Franco (7, 2nd base off Ray/Freitas), Beltre (8, 2nd base off Storen/Freitas).

DP: 3 (Calixte-Fields, M 2, Calixte-Franco-Fields, M).

Potomac Nationals
Robbie Ray (L, 3-6)4.05542415.11
Ryan Demmin1.03221105.45
Joe Testa1.00002003.74
Drew Storen2.03110513.60
Wilmington Blue Rocks
Andy Ferguson (W, 1-0)5.26331814.76
Tyler Sample2.12000305.73
Antonio Cruz1.00001000.00
WP: Ray 2, Storen, Ferguson.
HBP: Freitas (by Sample).

 South Bend Silver Hawks 9 Kane County Cougars 1

Not shocking that the Cougars didn’t have much luck versus Diamondbacks 2011 1st round pick Archie Bradley as the big Oklahoma right-hander put six Cougars away via strikeout, working 6 innings while allowing just one run to cross.  The Cougars lone run in the game came via three consecutive singles in the 3rd inning from Kenny Swab, Tim Ferguson and Justin Trapp but Bradley was able to wiggle out of that slight jam with a force out, a strikeout and a flyout by Jorge Bonficaio.  From there the Cougars would be quieted getting just a walk off Bradley in his final three innings and unable to get anything going on the Silverhawks bullpen.  The same couldn’t be said of the Kane County pen with the final three pitchers giving up six runs on six hits and four walks during the final four innings including the first run allowed by Andrew Triggs since joining the Kane County bullpen.

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Kane County001000000163

W: Bradley (8-5, 3.80) L: Moen (3-6, 5.50)

South Bend Silver Hawks
Chris EllisonCF331010031.239
Ryan Court3B512000101.260
Tom BelzaLF413100110.278
Matt Helm1B500000102.262
Marc BourgeoisDH501000101.237
Kerry JenkinsRF321000011.319
Roidany AguilaC523201400.209
Raul NavarroSS501000102.232
Niko Gallego2B500000000.177
2B: Belza (12, Moen), Aguila 2 (11, Moen, Moen).
3B: Ellison (4, Moen).
HR: Aguila (3, 9th inning off Fassold, 1 on, 0 out).
TB: Ellison 3; Belza 4; Navarro; Court 2; Aguila 8; Bourgeois, M; Jenkins.
RBI: Navarro (7), Court (20), Aguila 4 (27), Belza (51), Bourgeois, M (34), Helm (48).
2-out RBI: Navarro.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Helm; Jenkins 2; Navarro 2; Bourgeois, M 2; Court.
Team RISP: 4-for-18.
Team LOB: 11.

CS: Gallego (4, 2nd base by Moen/Swab).

E: Gallego (9, fielding), Ellison (5, fielding).
DP: (Gallego-Navarro-Helm).

Kane County Cougars
Justin Trapp2B302000011.246
Jack LopezSS400000001.230
Daniel Mateo3B401000002.286
Jorge BonifacioRF400000002.300
Michael AntonioDH401000001.228
Alex LlanosCF400000002.284
Murray Watts1B300000011.212
Kenny SwabC411000002.237
Tim FergusonLF301000000.281
TB: Antonio; Mateo; Swab; Trapp, J 2; Ferguson.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Bonifacio 3.
GIDP: Watts.
Team RISP: 1-for-6.
Team LOB: 7.

E: Mateo (25, fielding), Lopez 2 (5, throw, throw).

South Bend Silver Hawks
Archie Bradley (W, 8-5)6.04111603.80
Kaleb Fleck1.22000201.46
Seth Simmons1.10001401.82
Kane County Cougars
Kellen Moen (L, 3-6)5.06331405.50
Jonathan Dooley1.13332104.68
Andrew Triggs1.21112100.77
Cody Fassold1.02220214.63
WP: Simmons, Dooley.
Balk: Moen.
HBP: Jenkins (by Moen), Court (by Moen).


Idaho Falls Chukars 5 Helena Brewers 0

Chukars starter Ali Williams was outstanding Thursday night in helping Idaho Falls capture a win.  The former college reliever dominated the Brewers lineup for 6 innings giving up just three singles and a walk in that time while striking out a career high 11.  Two of the Brewers singles came with two out in the first inning but Williams struck out the final hitter of the inning and finding a groove in the next five innings that saw him work around a walk in the 4th, a defensive error in the 5th and another single in the 6th.  Scoreless through 5 Idaho Falls got on the board with a pair of singles and a throwing error.  Five Chukars hits and another Brewers error would expand the lead to 5-0 in the 7th with the big knock coming off the bat of Ethan Chapman with a 2 run triple that scored Parker Morin and Nick Delguidice.  Those runs were plenty for reliever Joe Lopez to earn his first save with 5 strikeouts over the final 2.2 innings.

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W: Williams (2-1, 2.42) L: Lorenzo (1-1, 3.05)
S: Lopez (1)

Helena Brewers
Tyrone TaylorCF400000003.231
Alfredo RodriguezSS400000001.273
Chris McFarland2B303000010.315
Adam Giacalone1B402000002.261
Michael ReedLF400000003.241
Raul Mondesi, Jr.RF300000013.209
Emmanuel QuilesC402100001.283
Kevin BerardDH400000001.000
Andres Martinez3B400000002.000
2B: Quiles (4, Lopez, J).
TB: McFarland 3; Quiles 3; Giacalone 2.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Reed 2; Mondesi; Taylor 2; Martinez, An.
Team RISP: 0-for-11.
Team LOB: 9.

SB: McFarland (6, 2nd base off Williams, A/Shin).

E: Reed (1, throw), Rodriguez (8, missed catch).

Idaho Falls Chukars
Ethan ChapmanCF412010200.352
Carlos Garcia2B401000100.239
Nicholas CuckovichLF401000102.264
Jin-Ho ShinC400000001.257
Rainier Bello1B411000003.300
Parker MorinDH311000000.339
Jerico BlancoRF300000100.138
Nick DelGuidice3B310000000.256
Adrian MartinezSS211000011.184
3B: Chapman (4, Otterman).
TB: Garcia, C; Cuckovich; Chapman 4; Bello, R; Morin; Martinez, A.
RBI: Cuckovich (14), Blanco, J (3), Chapman 2 (11), Garcia, C (13).
2-out RBI: Cuckovich; Chapman 2; Garcia, C.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Shin 2.
Team RISP: 3-for-9.
Team LOB: 3.

CS: Garcia, C (3, 2nd base by Otterman/Quiles).

E: Shin (3, throw).
Outfield assists: Blanco, J (McFarland at 3rd base).

Helena Brewers
Leonard Lorenzo (L, 1-1)6.03111303.05
David Otterman2.04410409.00
Idaho Falls Chukars
Ali Williams (W, 2-1)6.030011102.42
John Killen (H, 1)0.11001009.00
Joe Lopez (S, 1)2.23000501.08
WP: Lopez, J.


DSL Royals 5 DSL A’s 4 F/12

DSL Royals placed three players on the DSL All Star team.
Catcher Eddy Melo  19, .278/.336/.352
Infielder Wander Franco 17, .289/.396/.438 8-2b, 4-3b, 1 HR 8-2 SB-CS
Pitcher Miguel Almonte 19 RHP, 3-1 7 GS 32.2 IP 22 H 33/6 K/BB 1.38 ERA

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DSL Royals0100000100035152

W: Rios (1-1, 3.77) L: Gonzalez (0-2, 11.08)

DSL Athletics
Gabriel Santana2B602000000.279
Argenis RagaSS511000000.336
Sandber PimentelDH401000012.260
Jose Rosario1B623100100.250
Andy PazC614100001.350
Jonesy ZarragaRF401000102.200
Yairo Munoz3B500000010.225
    Wilman Martinez3B000000000.146
Jose SayeghLF601100001.080
Rodolfo PenaloCF502000000.212
2B: Paz, A (3, Melgar), Sayegh (2, Melgar), Rosario, Jo (7, Feliz).
TB: Pimentel; Rosario, Jo 4; Sayegh 2; Santana, Ga 2; Raga; Zarraga; Penalo, R 2; Paz, A 5.
RBI: Rosario, Jo (12), Zarraga (5).
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Munoz, Y 2; Zarraga; Santana, Ga; Rosario, Jo; Sayegh.
SAC: Pimentel.
GIDP: Munoz, Y.
Team RISP: 3-for-17.
Team LOB: 13.

SB: Penalo, R 2 (8, 2nd base off Feliz/Gonzalez, C, 2nd base off Machado/Lara).
CS: Zarraga (2, 3rd base by Machado/Gonzalez, C).

E: Veliz (1, throw), Almonte, E (1, fielding).
Outfield assists: Sayegh (Cano at 2nd base).
DP: (Rosario, Jo-Paz, A-Rosario, Jo).

DSL Royals
Brawlun GomezRF501000011.187
Jeckson FloresSS602000001.226
Wander FrancoDH401100022.289
Cristian Cano2B422000010.308
Eddy Melo1B511000011.278
Cesar GonzalezC311000002.141
    a- Johan SantaPH100000001.345
    Luis LaraC211000101.271
Angelo Castellano3B502000101.250
Jose SolanoLF602100301.250
Jose GironCF502000001.227
a-Struck out for Gonzalez, C in the 8th.
2B: Franco (8, Veliz), Solano (6, Duno).
TB: Gomez, B; Lara; Cano 2; Solano 3; Castellano 2; Flores, J 2; Melo; Gonzalez, C; Franco 2; Giron 2.
RBI: Solano 3 (12), Castellano (4), Lara (10).
2-out RBI: Solano; Castellano.
Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Cano; Gomez, B; Gonzalez, C; Flores, J 2; Solano 2.
SAC: Cano.
GIDP: Cano.
Team RISP: 4-for-16.
Team LOB: 14.

SB: Gonzalez, C (1, 2nd base off Veliz/Paz, A), Solano (3, 2nd base off Almonte, E/Paz, A), Melo (2, 3rd base off Almonte, E/Paz, A), Castellano (4, 2nd base off Almonte, E/Paz, A), Flores, J (4, 2nd base off Almonte, E/Paz, A), Giron (6, 2nd base off Almonte, E/Paz, A).
CS: Flores, J (7, 2nd base by Veliz/Paz, A).

E: Gonzalez, C (4, pickoff), Flores, J (12, fielding).
PB: Gonzalez, C (6).
Outfield assists: Solano (Penalo, R at home), Giron (Santana, Ga at 2nd base).
DP: (Flores, J-Melo).

DSL Athletics
Victor Veliz5.06110401.95
Reynaldo Hoyos1.01001202.76
Eduardo Almonte5.05103501.59
Darwin Gonzalez (H, 4)(L, 0-2)0.123311011.08
Angel Duno (BS, 2)0.01000003.45
DSL Royals
Luis Melgar5.04000401.22
Igor Feliz (BS, 3)2.16220002.93
Andres Machado3.23002203.86
Ronny Rios (W, 1-1)1.02200003.77

WP: Hoyos, Almonte, E, Melgar, Rios.
IBB: Pimentel (by Machado), Franco (by Almonte, E).
HBP: Zarraga (by Feliz), Raga (by Feliz), Zarraga (by Machado), Castellano (by Duno).

About The Author

I grew up on the mean gravel roads of Iowa where I started my love for baseball from the age of 2. George Brett and the voice of Denny Matthews deepened my love even more for the Royals as my father and I spent summers listening to the team on our deck or in the car on our way to or from my little league and high school games. Sports was always the common bond that my father and I enjoyed and the Royals were in the center of that.I currently live in La Vista with my wife, two sons, two dogs and a pair of gross cats where we are grinding through until we can move somewhere warm when we retire. I own Casino Cab Company and Bluffs Affordable Auto Repair in Council Bluffs trying to build my 1% empire. If you are in the area you can find me at Omaha Storm Chasers games on most nights or just follow me on twitter @ClintScoles.

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Comments (7)

  • Kyle

    Yeah rosenthal started for them. Marimon was bringing it. Fletcher cost him a couple runs and a few extra pitches.

  • Greg Schaum

    Was that the game Rosenthal started?

    He is a Jaeger guy and he does throw 96-97 at times

  • Kyle

    The gun might have been hot. The cards starter touched 100 2-3 times. Both were throwing pretty hard though. I was sitting right behind the plate. Marimon had nice movement on his off speed stuff.

  • Clint Scoles

    He touched 98 on the gun? I’ve never seen Sugar hit 98 nor have I ever heard reports of him throwing that hard. That gun seems a little juiced. Generally he works around low 90s touching 93-94

  • Kyle

    I was at the naturals game last night. Marimom definitely didn’t have his best stuff, but he was working his off speed stuff pretty well. He touched 98 on the gun at least a couple of times. The cards hit a couple balls hard, but other than that he did alright. The naturals offense is atrocious and fletcher cannot play LF. It was a fun night though.

    Yeah, any word on elier?? What about colon?

    I saw Cain and Getz got the call back up. When can we see Odorozzi and myers??

  • Greg Schaum

    A couple of local kids that participated against the Royals minor leaguers yesterday in Trevor Rosenthal (lees summit west) and Adam Giacalone (Shawnee Mission Northwest)

    Also- Bethany Missouri product Jordan Shipers threw a 9 inning no hitter for Clinton earlier in the week


    Do you know E Hernandez hasn’t played the last couple of days? thx in adv

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