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Rick Vanden Hurk picks up his first AAA win, as the Topes win a wild one, 12-7 over Memphis

  • Robert Andino: 1/6 bb sb(14)... that hit extends his streak to 5
  • Reggie Abercrombie: 1/6 2r hr(6) rbi 3k sb(20)
  • Val Pascucci: 2/4 3r 2b 2rbi bb k
  • Scott Seabol: 0/4 bb k
  • Brett Carroll: 3/5 3r 2b hr(8) 2rbi
  • Andrew Beattie: 2/3 2r hr(5) 3rbi 2bb
  • John Baker: 3/5 2rbi
  • Rick Vanden Hurk: (W, 1-0) 6ip 5h 3r(3er) bb 2k 3hr
  • Ben Julianel: 1 perfect inning, 2k
  • Chris Young: 1.2ip 4h 4r(4er) 3bb k 2hr
  • Ross Wolf: .1ip 0h 0r 0bb 0k

Gaby Hernandez loses his 8th, as the Mudcats go down 5-2 to Jacksonville

  • Eric Riggs: 0/4 3k
  • Lee Mitchell: 3/4 2r 2doubles hr(16) rbi k
  • Grant Psomas: 0/4 rbi 3k
  • Brad Davis: 1/2 bb
  • Gaby Hernandez: (L, 4-8) 7ip 8h 3r(2er) 2bb 4k 2hr
  • Matt Yourkin: 2ip 3h r(1er) 0bb 3k hr

Jesus Silva gets hit hard as the Hammerheads lose 6-4 to Brevard County

  • Kris Harvey: 0/5 rbi k
  • Andy Jenkins: 2/5 r 2b 3k
  • Gaby Sanchez: 2/5 r 3b
  • JT Restko: 1/3 2rbi
  • Jesus Silva: (L, 4-3) 7ip 6h 6r(5er) bb 3k hr
  • Jason Iehl: 1 perfect inning, 2k
  • Jacob Marceaux: 1ip 1h 0r 0bb 0k

John Raynor collects 4 more hits as Greensboro beats Greenville, 6-5

  • John Raynor: 4/5 r 2b 3b 2rbi k sb(36)... why is he still in Greensboro?
  • Chris Hatcher: 0/3 rbi bb 2k
  • Chris Coghlan: 1/3 r bb 2sb(19)... see: John Raynor
  • Logan Morrison: 2/4 r hr(15) 2rbi k
  • Spike McDougal: 0/3 bb 2k sb(12)
  • Jacob Blackwood: 1/3 r bb
  • Scott Cousins: 0/2.... welcome back
  • Daniel Garcia: 3/4 2r
  • Greg Burns: 3/4 2doubles rbi k
  • Kyle Winters: 4ip 8h 4r(4er) bb k hr
  • Avi Rasowsky: (W, 2-1) 3ip 1h 0r 0bb 5k
  • Don Czyz: .2ip 1h 1r(0er) 0bb k
  • Blake Jones: (S,12) 1.1ip 1h 0r 0bb 3k... lowers his era to 1.44, he's 26 and has no business being there either

Jamestown loses 11-6 to Mahoning Valley

  • Carlos Piste: 0/4 r bb k sb(3)
  • Dustin Kaats: 1/5 r 2k
  • Bryan Petersen: 2/4 rbi
  • Ryan Anetsberger: 1/4 r 3b k
  • Justin Jacobs: 2/4 r 2b 2rbi k
  • Ben Lasater: 1/3 r hr(2) rbi
  • Thomas Hickman: 0/4 rbi k
  • Tyler Belcher: 0/4 k
  • Osvaldo Martinez: 0/4 k
  • Alejandro Sanabia: (L, 0-1) 2.2ip 8h 9r(6er) 3bb 4k hr
  • Andy Jackson: 1.2ip 0h 0r bb 4k
  • Corey Madden: 2ip 3h 2r(2er) bb 0k
  • Andrew Alsup: 1.2ip 1h 0r 0bb 3k

GCL Marlins beat GCL Mets 5-0

  • Marcus Crockett: 0/3 k
  • Milciades Alcantara: 0/4 rbi
  • Jesus Rojas: 3/4 2r 2b hr(1) 2rbi
  • Ketnold Noel: 2/4 r 2b rbi k
  • Raul Escalona: 1/4 rbi
  • Mitch MacDonald: 0/3 bb k
  • Brett Lawler: 2/4
  • Rene Arias: 1/4 r
  • Luis Mercedes: 2/4 r k sb(1)
  • Jonathan Van Looy: (W, 1-0) 5ip 0h 0r bb 3k
  • Josh Roberts: 2ip 0h 0r bb 3k
  • Matt Mallory: 1ip 1h 0r 0bb 2k
  • William Jackel: .1ip 0h 0r bb 0k
  • Benito Beato: (S,2) .2ip 0h 0r 0bb 2k

 

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Probably waiting until after the ASB.

 

While I want Coghlan and Raynor(and Morrison for that matter) to move up as much as anyone, Jupiter hasnt been a pleasant destination for people who could be our top hitters. They will move up soon enough.

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Probably waiting until after the ASB.

 

While I want Coghlan and Raynor(and Morrison for that matter) to move up as much as anyone, Jupiter hasnt been a pleasant destination for people who could be our top hitters. They will move up soon enough.

Haven't they already had their ASB?

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Probably waiting until after the ASB.

 

While I want Coghlan and Raynor(and Morrison for that matter) to move up as much as anyone, Jupiter hasnt been a pleasant destination for people who could be our top hitters. They will move up soon enough.

Haven't they already had their ASB?

 

I was meaning after the MLB ASB.

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Probably waiting until after the ASB.

 

While I want Coghlan and Raynor(and Morrison for that matter) to move up as much as anyone, Jupiter hasnt been a pleasant destination for people who could be our top hitters. They will move up soon enough.

Haven't they already had their ASB?

 

I was meaning after the MLB ASB.

Why would that effect who gets called up in the minors?

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