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So the Marlins have 7 players on the Peoria Javelinas:

 

Marlins pitchers:

Scott Tyler

Adam Bostick

Scott Nestor

Matt Yourkin

 

Marlins hitters:

Brian Cleveland

Gaby Sanchez

Brett Carroll

 

Scott Tyler: 1ip 2h 1er 1bb 1k

Brian Cleveland: 0/1

Gaby Sanchez: 3/7 1r 2b 1bb 1k

Brett Carroll 2/8 bb 2k 2rbi

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10/12

 

Javelinas win 17-15

 

Gaby Sanchez goes 2/6 with a run, 2 doubles and 2 strikeouts

 

Brett Carroll introduces himself to the AFL with 3 hits, 2 of those being homeruns, the other being a double, and drives in 4

 

Scott Tyler threw a scoreless inning, just giving up a hit while striking out 1. He got the win.

 

Scott Nestor got hit around a little. 1ip 3h 2er 1bb 1k and threw a wild pitch

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Gaby is killing the ball, that is great to see!

 

Tyler is pitching as a middle reliever?

 

 

 

Tyler will be a RP in the majors. He's too wild to start but has good stuff.

ahhh gotchas, thought he was a starter when we got him originally. My bad on that one. Good luck to the kid though, hopefully he gets some control :)

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Gaby is killing the ball, that is great to see!

 

Tyler is pitching as a middle reliever?

 

 

 

Tyler will be a RP in the majors. He's too wild to start but has good stuff.

ahhh gotchas, thought he was a starter when we got him originally. My bad on that one. Good luck to the kid though, hopefully he gets some control :)

Great The Marlins have plenty of starters Our Bullpen is what is in disarray. We need pitchers who can get batters out, one or 2 innings is all we need from him at any given time. I hope he is the answer to our middle relief needs

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Gaby went 0-3 with a walk on 10/18....the 0 for snapped his streak of having at least one hit in every game of the season thus far.

 

For the season, Sanchez is .327/.457/.536 (10-28), with 5 doubles, 6 runs scored and four RBI. He also has six walks.

 

 

10/19: the Javelinas are currently playing against the Phoenix Desert Dogs

 

Gaby went 0-3 with a walk on 10/18....the 0 for snapped his streak of having at least one hit in every game of the season thus far.

 

For the season, Sanchez is .327/.457/.536 (10-28), with 5 doubles, 6 runs scored and four RBI. He also has six walks.

 

 

10/19: the Javelinas are currently playing against the Phoenix Desert Dogs

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Arizona Fall League

 

CF Hunter Pence (Astros) went 3-for-4 with 2 doubles, a run scored, and 2 RBIs and LF Anthony Raglani (Dodgers) cracked 2 solo homers while RHP Matt Albers (Astros) struck out 2 batters in 4 perfect innings of work, as the Solar Sox smashed the Scorpions, 9-1. Pence is coming off a monster season in which he hit .283 with 31 doubles, 28 homers, 97 runs scored, and 95 RBIs in 136 games with Double-A Corpus Christi. He?s gone 10-for-30 (.333) with 4 steals and 5 runs scored in 8 games in the AFL. Pence will make his major league debut next year and there?s an outside chance he could become the Astros? starting right fielder by the end of the campaign. Raglani has moved into 3rd place in the AFL in slugging (.727) and he?s now tied for 7th in RBIs (8). He?s hitting .273. Albers rebounded from a horrible 2005 season by going 12-3 with a 2.49 ERA in his 23 starts between Double-A and Triple-A this season. He held opponents to a .228 average. The Astros? rotation is headed for a Maury Makeover this winter, which bodes well for Albers. He should definitely be in the mix for a rotation spot.

 

LHP Tyler Pelland (Reds) punched out 4 batters in 4 scoreless innings of 3-hit ball and LF Cody Strait (Reds) went 2-for-3 with a double and 2 RBIs in the Desert Dogs? 6-0 shutout victory over the Javelinas. Major props to Pelland for holding the explosive Javelinas in check. The Javelinas entered yesterday?s game averaging 9.4 runs. The normally wild Pelland has been very sharp in his 2 outings in the desert thus far, recording 6.1 scoreless innings. He?s walked none. Strait flashed both power and speed in the Florida State League this season. The underrated 23-year-old hit .255 with 36 doubles, 17 jacks, 50 steals, 87 runs scored, and 75 RBIs in 134 games with Sarasota. RHP Scott Nestor (Marlins) was hammered for 5 runs and 5 hits in just two-thirds of an inning for the Javelinas. I wouldn?t want to ask Nestor what he thinks of Arizona right about now. The 22-year-old righty has spit up 12 runs in just 2 innings of work in his 3 appearances in the AFL. He?s gotta quit eating Mel?s famous chili before games.

 

RHP Darrell Rasner (Yankees) fanned 5 batters in 4 scoreless innings of 3-hit ball and LHP Sean Henn (Yankees) rung up 5 batters in 3 shutout frames of one-hit relief to help lead the Saguaros to a 5-0 whitewash of the Rafters. Rasner, who was surprisingly waived by the Nationals this past spring, posted a 4.43 ERA in 6 appearances with the Bronx Bombers this season. He was 4-0 with a 2.89 ERA in his 14 starts in the minors. Henn missed nearly two months of action this season due to shoulder tightness. When healthy, he pitched solid ball, registering a 4.01 ERA in 18 games with Triple-A Columbus. Both Rasner and Henn project to be long relievers in the majors.

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Javelinas lose 6-4

 

Today:

Brett Carroll- 1/4 rbi bb

Gaby Sanchez- 1/4 rbi k

 

Scott Nestor- 1.1ip 3h 2er 0bb 2k hr

 

 

On the AFL Season:

Brett Carroll- .414/.433/.793 3hr 10rbi 1bb 4k 1sb

Gaby Sanchez- .323/.436/.484 0hr 4rbi 7bb 5k 0sb

Brian Cleveland-0/1... I assume he is either hurt or was dismissed from the team

 

Scott Tyler- 1-0 6.1ip 5h 3er 2hr 3bb 6k 1.26whip 4.26era

Adam Bostick- 0-0 5ip 6h 5er 3hr 3bb 2k 1.80era 9.00era

Scott Nestor- 0-1 2ip 11h 12er 0hr 4bb 2k 7.50era 54.00era

Matt Yourkin- 0-0 2ip 2h 2er 1h bb 2k 1.50era 9.00era

 

Brett Carroll is opening up some eyes in the desert

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I really believe Carroll has a great chance at earning the 1st base position. At least he should be fighting for it in the spring

 

 

He K's a lot and you have to remember that this is a hitter's league. His stats are inflated....

 

 

That being said, Im looking forward to Spring Training to see Edgar Gonzalez, Jason Stokes, Carroll, and some of are young pitchers.

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