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Some minor league updates from last night


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ab/runs/hits/rbi/current avg

FLA C.Aguila CF 5 2 2 0 .341 - K; .417 in last 20 G

 

FLA E.Reed CF 4 1 1 1 .312 - HR (3)

 

FLA J.Willingham CAT 3 1 3 0 .257 - 2 2B, BB; 12-for-27 in last 8 G

 

whatta ya know Sham, Reed has some pop!

 

ip/hits/runs/er/bb/k/era

FLA R.Belizario 6.0 5 2 2 1 4 5.59

 

 

Willingham is en fuego

.257/.402/.545/.947

:w00t

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Willingham is en fuego

.257/.402/.545/.947

Bring him up.

 

That's all. Just for some perspective. No other catcher in the Southern League is even close to the numbers Willy is putting up. Closest to his OBP of 401 is Carlos Maldonaldo at 327. The closest catcher to his SLG of 529 is again Maldonaldo at 410. Wow. And the only other catcher close to him is Jeff Mathis in the Texas League, but he is still behind Willy in all categories. hmm.

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Also the Southern League isn't known as a hitter's league if I recall. I don't know how much the fact that pitchers bat in NL affiliates' parks has to do with that, but the ballparks are larger than the Eastern.

I thought pitchers only hit when both affiliates were National League.

 

I know Buffalo's pitchers didn't hit when they played at Scranton (Philly).

 

Or the IL might just be all DH, I've never really checked.

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