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This years little fish are not playing as well as last years, which saw the top three teams in the post-season. For the year Albuquerque is 20-18 in second place 1 GB, Carolina is also in second although tied for it. The Mudcats are 20-17 and 2 GB. Where the record really starts to sink is in the A ball teams. Jupiter is 15-22 and 9GB and Greensboro is 11-26 and 12.5 GB. Top players at each level include Chris Aguila hitting .338, Wilson Valdez .293 and believe it or not Michael Tejera 3-0 with 3.09 ERA at AAA. In AA the Mudcats are led by Chip Ambres .308, Eric Reed .318 with 19 SB, Jason Stokes .283 with 11 HR's and Josh Willingham hitting just .235 but with a .383 OBP. In Jupiter, long time minor league veteran, Eliezer Alfonzo is hitting .289 with 9 HR and Jeremy Hermida is at .321. Also for the Hammerheads Scott Olsen is 2-4 but with a 3.76 ERA with 40K in 38.1 IP. As for Greensboro new comer James Shanks is hitting .333 with 2 HR's and 8 RBI in 12 games. Another highlight for the Bats has to be Robert Andino who's raised his average to an amazing .177 with 4 HR's doubling last years output. Anyone have info on Shanks? Also I see Hermida is on the DL, anyone no what is wrong? He dropped about 50 points off his BA before going on.

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Bank on it: Brian Banks, a reserve last season, is off to a fast start at Triple-A Albuquerque.

 

Returning from knee surgery on May 9, the switch-hitting Banks has hit safely in his first six games with the Isotopes, and has one homer.

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From MLB.com:

 

Bank on it: Brian Banks, a reserve last season, is off to a fast start at Triple-A Albuquerque.

 

Returning from knee surgery on May 9, the switch-hitting Banks has hit safely in his first six games with the Isotopes, and has one homer.

Good to hear...

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Another highlight for the Bats has to be Robert Andino who's raised his average to an amazing .177 with 4 HR's doubling last years output.

.177 is amazing and doubling last year's output? Someone sucks

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