Syracuse 7, Louisville 6 12 innings

26 year old Aaron Herr (Braves #1 – 200) went 3 for 6 with an RBI.  He is hiting .306/.343/.516 with 2 SB in 130 PAs

24 year-old Edwin Encarnacion (Rangers #9 – 2000) went 2 for 5 with a 2B and 2 R.  Since being demoted to AAA he is hitting .235/.288/.294 in 18 PAs.

Chattanooga 11, Tennessee 2

26 year-old Jay Garthwaite (D’Backs #14 – 2002) went 3 for 5 with a HR and 3 RBI.  The left fielder is hitting .280/.345/.486 in 118 PAs. 

25 year-old Marland Williams (D’Backs #36 – 2001) went 1 for 4 with a HR and 3 RBI.  The center fielder is hitting .288/.360/.500 in 88 PAs.

22 year-old James Avery (Reds #5 – 2005) tossed 7 innings giving up 6 H, 1 BB, and 2 ER with 2 Ks.  He has a 2.91 ERA with 30 Ks, 10 BB, and 42 H in 46 IP.

Sarasota DNP

Dayton 2, Fort Wayne 1

21 year-old Jamie Arneson (Reds #16 – 2006) made his 3rd start this year going 4 innings giving up 5 H, 3 BB and 1 ER with 4 Ks.  He has a 2.45 ERA with 11 Ks, 12 H, 10 BB in 11 IP.

 

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5 Responses

  1. Bill

    Check out the Louisville box score and see who played LF…interesting. And this might be why he’s suddenly hitting.

  2. doug

    Bill, I noticed the contact thing too, but the reason Votto is hitting isnt he isnt getting screwed by the baseball gods anymore and hits are falling in for him. He has been striking out a lot less, but his line drive rate is roughly the same from April to May, although he is hitting less ground balls and more flyballs by about an 8% difference from April to May.

  3. DevilsAdvocate

    Bill – raw batted-ball data can be gotten from the amazing minorleaguesplits.com . Also, firstinning.com is making big strides – they’ve got some graph-based presentations now that are very interesting.