A.J. Ramos, RHP, Miami Marlins
racked up his third win in two weeks after throwing two shutout innings
Thursday. The Marlins called on Ramos to hold a 3-3 tie against the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field. In the seventh inning, Ramos produced a ground out
before striking out B.J. Upton and Chris Johnson. Ramos came back in the eighth
allowing a single, but producing two more strikeouts. A Donovan Solano RBI
single brought in the go-ahead run and Steve Cisheck
saved the game for Ramos.
is now 3-2 with a 3.92 ERA.
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RHP, Pittsburgh Pirates
RHP, Cleveland Indians
Zach Stewart, RHP, Charlotte Knights:
Chicago White Sox
Stewart’s next expected start is Saturday against the Norfolk Tides. Norfolk has scheduled Josh Stinson as their probable pitcher.
OF, Fresno Grizzlies: San Francisco Giants
Kieschnick continued his slump Wednesday going 0-4 with two
strikeouts in Las Vegas.
Grizzlies returned home Thursday and Kieschnick’s bat
once again woke up for a multi-hit game. The 40 man roster player went 2-3 with
a double, a walk, and a strikeout.
Kieschnick is currently hitting .265 with 18 doubles, 9
triples, and 11 home runs.
Grizzlies finish a four game series with the Sacramento River Cats Sunday
before hosting a three game series with the Reno Aces.
Kieschnick has been named to the Pacific Coast League All
Star Team. The game will take place July 17 in Reno, Nev. Kieschnick
has previously been an All Star in the Easten League
(AA) and the California League (A Advanced).
Colt Hynes, LHP, Tucson Padres: San Diego Padres
did not make an appearance Wednesday or Thursday. The Padres continue a four
game series throughout the weekend against the Las Vegas 51s. The Tacoma
Rainiers travel to Tucson for a three game series starting Monday.
made the Pacific Coast League All Star Team.
LHP, New Orleans Zephyrs: Miami Marlins
Leverton did not pitch Wednesday or Thursda.
The Zephyrs continue a four game home series against the Oklahoma City Redhawks throughout the weekend. The Iowa Cubs hit the big
easy for a three game series starting Monday.
Leverton is currently 2-1 with a 2.86 ERA in AAA. He also has
one save this season in New Orleans.
RHP, Harrisburg Senators: Washington Nationals
Karns threw five innings of one-hit ball in a shortened
game Wednesday. The former Major Leaguer allowed two walks and struck out five
as the Senators won 5-0.
Karns is currently 6-3 with a 3.69 ERA. The right hander
has tossed a complete game this season and struck out 72 batters while tossing
hard to tell when Karns next start will be with
doubleheaders against the Bowie Baysox on Friday and
Sunday. One thing to expect is that Karns will make
one more start before the Eastern League All-Star Break which starts Tuesday.
Chad Bettis, RHP,
Tulsa Drillers: Colorado Rockies
his first appearance since May 11, Bettis tossed five
innings recording three strikeouts while allowing three walks, two hits and an
earned run. Bettis got nailed with the loss as the
Drillers could not produce any runs.
The Monterey High School product was on the disabled list all of
Monday is the expected date for Chad Bettis
to make his next start.
Jay Johnson, LHP, Reading Fightin Phils: Philadelphia
made an appearance Wednesday producing one out and giving up a hit to finish
the eighth inning in a 7-4 loss to the Richmond Flying Squirrels.
continues a five game series that finishes Monday in New Jersey against the Trenton
is currently 1-2 with 3 saves and a 2.78 ERA.
Bobby Doran, RHP, Corpus Christi Hooks:
next expected start is Sunday at Tulsa. Currently, Doran is 6-2 with a 3.32
ERA, 63 strikeouts and two saves. He made a start in AAA in June.
Duke von Schamann,
RHP, Chattanooga Lookouts: Los Angeles Dodgers
von Schamann is expected to make
his next start Sunday against the Jacksonville Suns. The Duke has been stellar
throughout his minor league career with a 10-2 record and a 3.94 ERA. That
explains part of the reason the fifteenth round draft pick is already making
his second stint in AA after one year.
Zach Fowler, LHP, Frederick Keys: Baltimore Orioles
threw two shutout innings against the Lynchburg Hillcats
Thursday. The only negative was Fowler giving up two walks.
Keys play Lynchburg Friday and Saturday before receiving Sunday off. On Monday,
Frederick travels to Delaware to play the Wilmington Blue Rocks.
LHP, Rancho Cucamonga Quakes: Los Angeles Dodgers
Coulombe made back-to-back one inning appearances Tuesday
and Wednesday shutting down the Inland Empire 66ers both times. In the process,
Coulombe struck three batters out.
Quakes are at High Desert Friday and Saturday before traveling to San
Bernardino to play Inland Empire in a three game series.
Coulombe is currently 0-2 with a 5.26 ERA.
Kelby Tomlinson, SS, San Jose Giants: San
Tomlinson got off the disabled list, he has yet to play in a game where he did
not produce a hit.
featured Tomlinson going 1-4 with a walk.
Tomlinson went 1-3 with two walks.
Giants play the Visalia Rawhide Friday and Saturday before a three game series
with Lake Elsinore starting Sunday.
LHP, Bradenton Marauders: Pittsburgh Pirates
Kilcrease has not pitched since June 28. The Marauders play
in Fort Myers Friday before a three game home series against the Charlotte
Kilcrease is currently 4-1 with a 1.40 ERA and 4 saves.
Barrett Barnes, OF, West Virginia Power:
received a day off Wednesday. On Thursday, Barnes went 0-3 with a walk.
is hitting .233 in his last 10 games with a home run and 11 strikeouts. Barnes
was injured throughout May and for part of June.
John Neely, RHP, Quad Cities River Bandits:
did not appear on the mound for the River Bandits Wednesday or Thursday. A five
game series against the Kane County Cougars continues until Monday.
currently has 12 saves and a 3.34 ERA. He is 2-4.
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LHP, Clinton LumberKings: Seattle Mariners
Short Season A
Shane Broyles, RHP, Tri-City Dust Devils:
pitched three innings of relief Wednesday. He struck out five and walked three
in shutout fashion.
Dust Devils continue a five game road series against the Boise Hawks until
Jamodrick McGruder, OF, Everett AquaSox:
had a nice outing Wednesday going 2-3 including a triple. The speedster scored
a run and earned a RBI in the process. McGruder was caught stealing once.
McGruder came in as a pinch runner.
his last 10 games, McGruder is hitting .333 with two triples, seven walks and
four stolen bases.
AquaSox continue a five game series against the
Salem-Keizer Volcanoes through Monday.
RHP, Tri-City Dust Devils: Colorado Rockies
coming in with runners at the corners Thursday, Jerad McCrummen
got nailed with his first blown save. The odd part about that is the run did
not get attached to his name. McCrummen has yet to
give up a run in his professional career.
the process, McCrummen tossed 1.2 innings of shutout
baseball against the Boise Hawks including a strikeout. He also picked up his
Reid Redman, RHP, Batavia Muckdogs: Miami Marlins
did not make an appearance Wednesday or Thursday. The Muckdogs
are currently in a four game series at State College. A doubleheader is
scheduled for Monday against the Jamestown Jammers.
Trey Masek, RHP, Boise Hawks: Chicago Cubs
did not appear Wednesday or Thursday. The Boise Hawks are currently in a five
game series against the Tri-City Dust Devils.
Bradley Marquez, OF, Kingsport Mets: New York Mets
marked the first appearance in July for Marquez. His bat woke up to go 3-6 with
a double. Marquez scored a run, drove in a RBI, but struck out as well.
boosted his average from .091 to .179 overnight. It was the first game he
produced a hit since June 24.
game was 20-4 win over the Johnson City Cardinals. The series continues through
Saturday. Sunday starts a four game series with the Greenville Astros including
Andre Wheeler, LHP, Bristol White Sox:
Chicago White Sox
finished the night for Bristol tossing 1.1 perfect innings including three
strikeouts. The White Sox lost to the Greenville Astros 2-1 despite the effort.
series against Greenville lasts until Saturday. A three game series against the
Danville Braves starts Sunday.
three games, Wheeler has a 2.45 ERA and five strikeouts.
7-Day Disabled List
Bo Altobelli, C,
Elizabethton Twins: Minnesota Twins