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HOPPER HUMEN NAMED SAL PITCHER OF THE WEEK

 

August 02, 2005

 

David Humen earned BC Powder South Atlantic League Pitcher of the Week honors by compiling a 1-0 record with a 1.84 ERA during his two games started this past week. Humen pitched a total of 14.2 innings allowing seven hits and three earned runs. David also recorded 18 strikeouts and walked six batters. Humen raised his record 3-2 with a 3.90 ERA on the year in 18 games and 64.2 innings pitched. he has also struck out 79 batters, held opponents to a .228 batting average and notched one save on the season.

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HOPPER HUMEN NAMED SAL PITCHER OF THE WEEK

 

August 02, 2005

 

David Humen earned BC Powder South Atlantic League Pitcher of the Week honors by compiling a 1-0 record with a 1.84 ERA during his two games started this past week. Humen pitched a total of 14.2 innings allowing seven hits and three earned runs. David also recorded 18 strikeouts and walked six batters. Humen raised his record 3-2 with a 3.90 ERA on the year in 18 games and 64.2 innings pitched. he has also struck out 79 batters, held opponents to a .228 batting average and notched one save on the season.

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FORMER SAL PITCHER OF THE WEEK GOES ON DL

August 4, 2005

(GREENSBORO, NC) The Florida Marlins announced Thursday that right-handed pitcher and recent South Atlantic League Pitcher of the Week, David Humen, has been placed on the seven-day DL with a strain on his right elbow.

 

Humen is 3-2-1 with a 3.90 ERA. He is the second pitcher from Greensboro this season to earn Pitcher of the Week honors. The first player was lefty Jason Vargas who has now pitched in five major league games for the Marlins.

 

While with Greensboro, Humen has pitched 64.2 innings and allowed 57 hits, 30 runs and struck out 79 batters. He leads the Grasshopper team in strikeouts thrown. Originally pitched as a middle reliever but recently became a regular starter in the five-man rotation.

 

A native of Evanston, Illinois, Humen was drafted in the ninth round of the 2003 First Year Player Draft.

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