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Majestic…er, Premier 12 Tournament

There is a pretty big international baseball tournament taking place now.  The 2015 WBSC PREMIER12 is being held in Taiwan and Japan from now until November 21.

I may have missed a few, but there are nine former Timber Rattlers on the rosters of participating teams.

TEAM CANADA has the most:
RHP Phillippe Aumont
C Dustin Houle
OF Brock Kjeldgaard
IF Taylor Green

TEAM NETHERLANDS has a trio:
C Shawn Zarraga
OF Wladimir Balentien
OF Kalian Sams

TEAM MEXICO has two:
RHP Martin Viramontes
IF Brandon Macias

Martin Viramontes as a Timber Rattler in 2013.

Martin Viramontes as a Timber Rattler in 2013.

The Dutch beat Taiwan on Day 2 of the tournament 7-4. Sams went 4-for-5 with two doubles, Zarraga was 0-fpr-3 with a walk and an RBI, and Balentien was 2-for-4 with a double and a walk.

Earlier today….or tomorrow across the International Date Line as the case may be, Mexico beat Venezuela 6-4 and Viramontes earned the win with an inning of scoreless, hitless relief in the bottom of the seventh as Mexico broke a 4-4 tie with two runs in the top of the eighth. Macias went 0-for-3 with an RBI. The RBI for Macias came when he reached on an error in the eighth to knock in Mexico’s second run of the inning.

Baseball Canada reports that Canada beat Cuba 5-1.

Majestic 12 would have been a cool name for this tournament…but, it was already taken.

Rattler Alumni Update – Fall and Winter Leagues – (Through Games of 11/8/15)

The Arizona Fall League held its Fall Stars Game on Saturday night with the West defeating the East 8-3.

There were three Rattlers on the victorious West squad:  Yadiel Rivera (0-for-4, K) and Jacob Barnes (IP, 0H, 0R, 0BB, K), and Damien Magnifico (IP, 0H, 0R, 0BB, K).

According to this Jim Callis article, Magnifico was one of seven players in the game to stand out from the rest:

Damien Magnifico, RHP, Brewers. He matched [Giants pitching prospect Ray] Black for the most efficient inning, requiring just eight pitches in a perfect third. He averaged 97.7 mph with his fastball and whiffed Clint Frazier, the Indians’ No. 2 prospect, on three consecutive sliders. Magnifico thrived after becoming a full-time reliever this year and will surface in Milwaukee quickly if he throws strikes as easily as he did in the Fall Stars Game.

Damien Magnifico as a Timber Rattler in 2013.

Damien Magnifico as a Timber Rattler in 2013.

Arizona Fall League:
Surprise Saguaros (13-8):
Michael Reed: 11 games; 0HR, 2RBI; .211/.388/.237
Yadiel Rivera: 13 games; HR, 10RBI; .340/.426/.511
Jacob Barnes: 6 games; 0-0, 0.00ERA; 7.2IP; 2BB, 11K
Damien Magnifico: 6 games; 0-0, 2 Saves, 1.69ERA; 5.1IP; 3BB, 8K

Australian Baseball League:
Sydney Blue Sox (5-7):
Craig Anderson: 2 games, 2 starts; 0-1, 5.56ERA; 11.1IP; BB, 4K

Liga de Beisbol Dominicano:
Aguilas Cibaenas (6-12):
Juan Sandoval: 7 games, 2-0, 6.14ERA; 712IP, 2BB, 5K

Gigantes del Cibao (8-10):
Carlos Peguero: 1 game; 1-for-4, HR, RBI
Carlos Triunfel: 10 games; 0HR, 4RBI; .233/.250/.300
Ryan Rowland-Smith: 1 game; 0-0, 0.00; 1.2IP; BB, K

Leones del Escogido (9-7):
Edward Paredes: 5 games; 0-0, 0.00ERA; 2.2IP; 3BB, 4K
Rafael Soriano: 7 games; 0-0, 3 Saves, 2.57ERA; 7.0IP; 0BB, 4K
Jorge Sosa: 6 games; 0-0, 3.18ERA; 5.2IP; 0BB, 5K

Tigres del Licey (11-6):
Jason Rogers: 16 games; HR, 10RBI; .277/.309/.385

Toros del Este (7-10):
Luis Ortega: 1 game, 0-0, 0.00ERA; 0.1IP; BB, 0K

Liga Mexicana del Pacifico:
Charros de Jalisco (12-14):
Alex Liddi: 26 games; 4HR, 24RBI; .382/.411/.618

Liga de Béisbol Profesional Roberto Clemente (Puerto Rico):
Cangrejeros de Santurce (3-4):
Omar Garcia: 2 games

Criollos de Caguas (6-2):
Efrain Nieves: 2 games, 2 starts, 0-0, 4.50ERA; 10.0IP; 3BB, 4K

Gigantes de Carolina (2-5):
Jeff Dominguez: 7 games; HR, 4RBI; .483/.515/.621
JC Romero 4 games; 0-0, Save; 4.91ERA; 3.2IP; BB, 2K

Indios de Mayaguez (3-3):
Joshua Torres: 1 game, 0-0, 0.00ERA; BB, 2K

Liga Venezuela Beisbol Profesional:
Aguilas del Zulia (13-14):
Eric Marzec: 8 games, 5 starts; 2-3, 4.56ERA; 23.2IP; 6BB, 15K
Gian Rizzo: 8 games; 0-0, 2.79ERA; 9.2IP; 2BB, 10K

Cardenales de Lara (13-14):
Jose Jimenez: 8 games; 0-0, 7.36ERA; 3.2IP; BB, 4K

Navegantes del Magallanes (15-12):
Carlos Maldonado: 6 games; 0HR, RBI; .375/.500/.375

Tigres de Aragua (14-12):
Austin Bibens-Dirkx: 6 games, 6 starts; 3-2, 2.18ERA; 33.0IP; 7BB, 23K
Renee Cortez: 13 games; 0-3, 5.59ERA; 11.2IP; 6BB, 10K
Brent Suter: 5 games, 5 starts; 1-1, 4.35ERA; 20.2IP; 11BB, 14K

Flashback Friday Supplemental: MWL Top Prospects of 1990

The season premier of Flashback Friday is available on the main website.  It’s a review of Appleton Baseball History from 1891 through 1990 and of the 1990 Appleton Foxes season from the 1991 Midwest League Yearbook.

This is the map that shows all the franchises in the league for 1991 and the various distances between the cities.  Click the image for full size.
1991 MWL Map

Curt Rallo’s list of the MWL’s Top 10 prospects of 1990 for Baseball America is on page nine of the yearbook.  There is also a list of the MWL Top Ten from 1985.  Just for fun, here are those lists.

Top 10 MWL Prospects of 1990:

  1. Reggie Sanders, OF, Cedar Rapids Reds
  2. Scott Bryant, OF, Cedar Rapids Reds
  3. Rafael Novoa, LHP, Clinton Giants
  4. Alan Newman, LHP, Kenosha Twins
  5. Lance Dickson, LHP, Peoria Chiefs
  6. Rich Tunison, 1B, Appleton Foxes
  7. Ramon Caraballo, SS, Burlington Braves
  8. Javy Lopez, C, Burlington Braves
  9. Troy O’Leary, OF, Beloit Brewers
  10. Damion Easley, SS, Quad City Angels

Top 10 MWL Prospects of 1985:

  1. BJ Surhoff, C, Beloit Brewers
  2. Eddie Williams, 3B, Cedar Rapids Reds
  3. Greg Maddux, RHP, Peoria Chiefs
  4. Alan Sontag, RHP, Kenosha Twins
  5. Edwin Correa, RHP Appleton Foxes
  6. Tony Mendez, RHP, Appleton Foxes
  7. Jim Fregosi, SS, Springfield Cardinals
  8. Miguel Roman, OF, Waterloo Indians
  9. Bill Mendek, LHP Wausau Timbers
  10. Bryan House, 2B, Peoria Chiefs
    Rafael Palmiero, OF, Peoria Chiefs
    Jackie Davidson, RHP, Peoria Chiefs

Three way tie for tenth in 1985.  Like no one could pick Palmiero over those other two guys on the Chiefs.

 

Orlando Arcia as a Timber Rattler

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Earlier this week, MiLB.com announced the winners of their 2015 MiLBY Awards. One of the categories was Breakout Prospect and the MiLB.com staff chose Orlando Arcia.

“When [pitchers] first saw him, they just saw a skinny kid and thought they could just throw a bunch of fastballs by him,” [Biloxi Manager Carlos] Subero said. “Once he showed he could hit those, they gave him a lot of breaking pitches, and it took a while before he caught on, but he did. He had to grow and lay off the pitches that got him for a month or so, but that showed the great intagibles he has — a lot of players aren’t able to make those adjustments.”

By August and September, Arcia, who had participated in the All-Star Futures Game in July, was thriving once again and produced a .324/.356/.493 line with three homers, two triples and 11 doubles from Aug. 1 on over the final 36 games of the regular season and finished the season with an average over .300 (.307) for the first time as a pro while setting career highs with eight homers, seven triples, 37 doubles, 69 RBIs and 74 runs.

….

Arcia’s older brother Oswaldo, a 24-year-old outfielder in the Twins system with 219 games of Major League experience, went to see his brother play after his season came to an end with Triple-A Rochester and was immediately taken aback by what happened since he last saw his brother play live, when they were teammates in the Winter League back home.

“He was with us for three or four days, and he turned to me and said, ‘Wow, he’s turned into a big leaguer,'” [Biloxi Hitting Coach Sandy] Guerrero said. “So I looked back at him and said, ‘Shh — don’t tell him.’ We didn’t want to get things in his head yet.”

Others didn’t quite get the memo. MLB.com has moved him up from No. 88 among top overall prospects to his current spot at No. 12. The Brewers named Arcia their Minor League Player of the Year in mid-September, and later in the same month, Rawlings announced he had won the Minors’ version of the Gold Glove award. All the months of working with Mischik [sic] & Co. on arm angles and effort at shortstop had officially turned him from a plus defender into a mettalic [??] one.

“You need to work with this kid to understand it,” Subero said. “Just his willingness to get better is such a part of who he is. We told him he was the Minor League Player of the Year, and he was happy. To me, that’s a huge deal. But to him, he was even more excited for the Gold Glove. He knew the work he put in, and it paid off huge.”

The easy question now about Arcia is “What’s next?” The likely answer is an invitation to Major League Spring Training, a trip to Triple-A Colorado Springs to start the season and a likely Major League debut at some point in 2016, barring injury or trade.

Arcia was a Timber Rattler in 2013

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Heading into his 2013 season with the Timber Rattlers, Baseball America had rated him as the #17 prospect in the Brewers organization.

Arcia played 120 games at shortstop for Wisconsin in 2013. He hit .251/.314/.647 with 14 doubles, five triples, four homers, and 39RBI. The most amazing things about Arcia’s season with the Rattlers was that he struck out just 40 times in 442 at bats…as an 18-year old for most of the season.

Here is his game log from that 2013 season.  Take a really good look at it.

He struck out twice or more in a game just five times in 2013. There was an eight-game stretch (August 2-9) where he went 32 straight plate appearances without striking out. He also had at least one hit in the first seven of those games and was 9-for-29 (.310) during the stretch.  By the way, he turned 19 on August 4, 2013.  That would be right near the start of that impressive streak.

Put the ball in play indeed.

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Remembering a Mayor

I saw this tweet from Ed Berthiaume of The Post-Crescent yesterday and it reminded me of some photos in old Appleton Foxes Programs.

The link in the tweet went to this article.

Former Mayor Dorothy Johnson was remembered Tuesday as a trailblazer for women in politics and a champion for Appleton.

Johnson died Saturday from natural causes at her home in Highlands Ranch, Colo., where she and her husband, Rue, lived for the past five years. She was 89.

In 1980, Johnson was elected as Appleton’s first and only female mayor. She served three consecutive terms, leaving office in 1992. Before her reign as mayor, she served a term on the Appleton Board of Education.

The 1981 Appleton Foxes Home Opener at Goodland Field was the first with Johnson as the Mayor of Appleton.  This page in the 1982 Foxes program documents here throwing out the first pitch along with a brief recap of the game and a photo of the Paranaut Skydiving team landing!

1981 Opening Day

The 1983 program included this letter from Johnson:

1983 letter from mayor

Click the image for the full text of the letter.  It reads, in part:

To the Players, Management, and Fans of the Appleton Foxes:

Among the outstanding attractions of our city is a professional baseball team: the Appleton Foxes.  Our community takes great pride in this highly respected and talented group of athletes.

As Mayor of Appleton, I convey my admiration and personal endorsement to the team members, their sponsors and fans during this year.  May 1983 be the best ever!

She wasn’t far off.  The 1983 Foxes went 87-50 for the best record in the Midwest League.  Then, the Foxes beat Waterloo in the first round and Springfield in the Championship Series to win their second straight MWL Pennant.

Rattler Radio Podcast with Kyle Lobner

A perfect day at the ballpark!

November 3 Field Photo

I am hoping to bring the Rattler Radio Podcast back on a more regular basis.  To kick off Episode #1 of this offseason, Kyle Lobner (@BrewFrostyMug) joins me to talk about a lot of baseball.

If you haven’t heard, Kyle has joined the Timber Rattlers as a contributing writer to the team’s website.  His first article will run at TimberRattlers.com on November 4.  I am looking forward to having Kyle on board to help us improve our coverage – and your enjoyment – of the Rattlers.

Enjoy!

Rattler Alumni Update – Fall and Winter Leagues – (Through Games of 11/1/15)

Welcome to the new look of Rattler Radio.  The caricature in the new logo reminds me of a Crow T. Robot line in a Mystery Science Theater 3000 host segment*.

“For those of you who don’t know, a caricaturist is an artist that makes anyone he draws look like Jack Soo.”

Before getting to the Winter League Update.  Here’s a look at the completed field renovation project.

November 2 2015 Field photo

That looks outstanding!

Arizona Fall League:
Surprise Saguaros (9-7):
Michael Reed: 11 games; 0HR, 2RBI; .211/.388/.237
Yadiel Rivera: 9 games; HR, 10RBI; .433/.541/.667
Jacob Barnes: 4 games; 0-0, 0.00ERA; 5.2IP; 2BB, 8K
Damien Magnifico: 5 games; 0-0, Save, 2.08ERA; 4.1IP; 3BB, 7K

Australian Baseball League:
Sydney Blue Sox (4-4):
Craig Anderson: 1 game, 1 start; 0-0, 1.17ERA; 7.2IP; 0BB, 2K

Liga de Beisbol Dominicano:
Aguilas Cibaenas (4-9):
Juan Sandoval: 4 games, 1-0, 9.82ERA; 3.2IP, 2BB, 2K

Gigantes del Cibao (5-8):
Carlos Triunfel: 9 games; 0HR, 4RBI; .222/.241/.396

Leones del Escogido (8-4):
Edward Paredes: 5 games; 0-0, 0.00ERA; 2.2IP; 3BB, 4K
Rafael Soriano: 6 games; 0-0, 3 Saves, 3.00ERA; 6.0IP; 0BB, 4K
Jorge Sosa: 6 games; 0-0, 3.18ERA; 5.2IP; 0BB, 5K

Tigres del Licey (7-6):
Jason Rogers: 12 games; HR, 8RBI; .250/.294/.354

Toros del Este (6-7):
Luis Ortega: 1 game, 0-0, 0.00ERA; 0.1IP; BB, 0K

Liga Mexicana del Pacifico:
Charros de Jalisco (11-9):
Alex Liddi: 20 games; 4HR, 22RBI; .403/.437/.688

Liga de Béisbol Profesional Roberto Clemente (Puerto Rico):
Cangrejeros de Santurce (0-2):
Omar Garcia: 1 game

Criollos de Caguas (2-1):
Efrain Nieves: 1 game, 1 start, 0-0, 7.20ERA; 5.0IP; 0BB, 2K

Gigantes de Carolina (2-1):
Jeff Dominguez: 3 games; 0HR, 2RBI; .462/.429/.462
JC Romero 2 games; 0-0, Save; 0.00ERA; 2.0IP; 0BB, 2K

Liga Venezuela Beisbol Profesional:
Aguilas del Zulia (10-11):
Eric Marzec: 6 games, 3 starts; 2-2, 4.20ERA; 15.0IP; 2BB, 12K
Gian Rizzo: 8 games; 0-0, 2.79ERA; 9.2IP; 2BB, 10K

Cardenales de Lara (11-10):
Jose Jimenez: 6 games; 0-0, 11.57ERA; 2.1IP; BB, 2K

Navegantes del Magallanes (11-10):
Carlos Maldonado: 4 games; 0HR, RBI; .500/.571/.500

Tigres de Aragua (12-9):
Austin Bibens-Dirkx: 5 games, 5 starts; 2-2, 1.93ERA; 28.0IP; 6BB, 21K
Renee Cortez: 11 games; 0-3, 5.59ERA; 9.2IP; 3BB, 8K
Brent Suter: 4 games, 4 starts; 1-1, 5.17ERA; 15.2IP; 6BB, 11K

*-The Magic Sword (Episode 411)

Where did they play? Rattler Alumni in Foreign & Independent Leagues – 2015

I am continuing to clear the decks in preparation for some neat things that are planned for the blog.  This week I will  be looking at Rattler Alumni to play in all levels of Minor League baseball.

Tuesday: AAA (PCL, International League, Mexico)
Wednesday: AA (Eastern League, Southern League, Texas League)
Thursday: A+, A, or Short Season (California League, Florida State League, South Atlantic League, Pioneer League, Arizona League)
Friday: Independent Leagues (Courtesy of Jay Grusznski)

Before getting to this list, a “Thank You.” to Jay for compiling this list by doing the painstaking work of scouring every independent and foreign league out there to get these names.  Some may surprise you.

Japan Central League
Yakult Swallows:
Wladimir Balentien

Korean Baseball Organization
Nexen Heroes:
Ryan Feierabend

American Association
Fargo-Moorhead Redhawks:
Joe Dunigan
Tyler Alexander

Gary SouthShore RailCats:
Jose Sermo

Laredo Lemurs:
D’Vontrey Richardson
Greg Holle

Sioux City Explorers:
Brock Kjeldgaard

St. Paul Saints:
Joey Paciorek

Wichita Wingnuts:
Brent Dean
TJ Mittelstaedt

Winnipeg Goldeyes:
Mike Wilson

Atlantic League
Bridgeport Bluefish:
Josh Prince

Camden Riversharks:
Zach Braddock

Long Island Ducks:
Erik Komatsu

Somerset Patriots:
Greg Hopkins
Mike Wilson
RJ Seidel

Sugar Land Skeeters:
Denny Almonte
Jeff Dominguez
Travis Scott
Miguel Martinez
Dan Meadows

York Revolution:
Kyle Heckathorn
Santo Manzanillo
Edward Paredes

Can-Am League
Les Capitales de Quebec:
Kalian Sams

New Jersey Jackals:
D’Vontrey Richardson

Ottawa Champions:
Sebastien Boucher

Rockland Boulders:
Chad Robinson

Frontier League
Evansville Otters:
Efrain Nieves

Florence Freedom:
Seth Harvey

Frontier Greys:
Jose Sermo

Joliet Slammers (Managed by Jeff Isom, Rattlers manager 2009-2010):
Mike Garza
Adam Giacalone
Alfredo Rodriguez

Lake Erie:
Juan Sanchez

Rockford Aviators:
Cameron Garfield

Where did they play? Rattler Alumni in Lower Affiliated Ball – 2015

I am continuing to clear the decks in preparation for some neat things that are planned for the blog.  This week I will  be looking at Rattler Alumni to play in all levels of Minor League baseball.

Tuesday: AAA (PCL, International League, Mexico)
Wednesday: AA (Eastern League, Southern League, Texas League)
Thursday: A+, A, or Short Season (California League, Florida State League, South Atlantic League, Pioneer League, Arizona League)
Friday: Independent Leagues (Courtesy of Jay Grusznski)

To start this post:

34 former Timber Rattlers played – at one point of the season or another – for the Brevard County Manatees, Milwaukee’s Florida State League affiliate.

Seven former Timber Rattlers played – at one point of the season or another – for the Helena Brewers, Milwaukee’s Pioneer League affiliate.

Two former Timber Rattlers played – at one point of the season or another – for the Arizona League Brewers, Milwaukee’s Arizona League affiliate.

Check the stats here, here, and here to see if you can spot them all!

Advanced-A:
California League:
Anthony Banda (Visalia):28 games, 27 starts; 8-8, 3.32ERA; 151.2IP; 39K 152K

Robbie Garvey (Rancho Cucamonga): 45 games; 0HR, 9RBI; .240/.267/.272; 8 steals in 10 attempts

Mitch Haniger (Visalia): 49 games; 12HR, 36RBI; .332/.381/.619

Shawn Kelley (Lake Elsinore): 1 game, 1 start; 0-0, 0.00ERA; 1.0IP; BB, 2K

Eric O’Flaherty (Stockton): 1 game, 0-0, 0.00ERA; 1.0IP; 0BB, 0K

Florida State League:
Barrett Astin (Daytona): 16 games, 11 starts; 4-3, 2.29ERA; 74.2IP; 18BB, 61K

Jake Odorizzi (Charlotte): 2 games, 2 starts; 0-0, 0.93ERA; 9.2IP; 2BB, 8K

Michael Saunders (Dunedin): 9 games; 0HR, 2RBI; .233/.303/.333

A:
South Atlantic League:
Zach Quintana (Rome): 32 games, 17 starts; 5-6, 3 Saves, 3.25ERA; 113.2IP; 36BB, 68K

Short Season:
Pioneer League:
Robbie Garvey (Ogden): 6 games; 0ABs; 5 steals in 6 attempts

Arizona League:
Robbie Garvey (AZL Dodgers): 1 game; 0AB; 1 steal in 1 attempt

Northwest League:
Seth Lintz (Spokane): 6 games; 0-0, 2.84ERA; 6.1IP; 8BB, 4K

Where did they play? Rattler Alumni in AA – 2015

I am continuing to clear the decks in preparation for some neat things that are planned for the blog.  This week I will  be looking at Rattler Alumni to play in all levels of Minor League baseball.

Tuesday: AAA (PCL, International League, Mexico)
Wednesday: AA (Eastern League, Southern League, Texas League)
Thursday: A+, A, or Short Season (California League, Florida State League, South Atlantic League, Pioneer League, Arizona League)
Friday: Independent Leagues (Courtesy of Jay Grusznski)

To start, 28 former Timber Rattlers played – at one point of the season or another – for the Biloxi Shuckers, Milwaukee’s Southern League affiliate.  Check the stats here and see if you can spot them all!

Cutter Dykstra with the Harrisburg Senators (Photo Credit: Carl Kline/MiLB.com)

Cutter Dykstra with the Harrisburg Senators (Photo Credit: Carl Kline/MiLB.com)

Eastern League:
Scott Atchison (Akron): 1 game, 0-0, 0.00ERA; 1.0IP, 0BB, 3K

Austin Bibens-Dirkx (New Hampshire): 20 games, 18 starts; 7-8, 4.08ERA; 97.0IP; 28BB, 86K

Cutter Dykstra (Harrisburg Senators):  72 games; 5HR, 29RBI; .256/.324/.368

Sean Halton (Bowie):  45 games; 4HR, 22RBI; .240/.316/.371

Hunter Morris (Altoona): 38 games; 0HR, 5RBI; .143/.188/.185

Michael Pineda (Trenton): 1 game, 1 start, 0-1, 6.00ERA; 3.0IP; 0BB, 0K

Joel Pineiro (New Hampshire): 9 games, 9 starts; 4-2, 3.77ERA; 59.2IP; 7BB, 25K

Josh Prince (Erie): 40 games; 2HR, 9RBI; .205/.295/430

Southern League:
Barrett Astin (Pensacola): 14 games, 14 starts; 4-6, 5.63ERA; 76.2IP; 39BB, 61K

Scott Atchison (Chattanooga): 4 games; 0-0, 1.80ERA; 5.0IP; 0BB, 2K

Leury Bonilla (Jackson): 7 games; 0HR, 0RBI; .259/.333/.259

Mitch Haniger (Mobile): 55 games; HR, 19RBI; .281/..351/.379

Kevin Shackelford (Pensacola): 35 games; 2-4, 3 Saves, 3.72ERA; 38.2IP; 17BB, 25K

Rafael Soriano (Tennessee): 5 games; 0-0, 0.00ERA; 5.0IP; 3BB, 4K

Fabian Williamson (Jacksonville):  22 games; 2-0, 5.04ERA; 25.0IP; 24BB, 35K

Texas League:
Kentrail Davis (Arkansas): 51 games; 3HR, 14RBI; .205/.281/.304

Robbie Garvey (Tulsa): 24 games; 0 At Bats; 11 stolen bases in 18 stolen base attempts

Alex Liddi (Northwest Arkansas): 128 games; 13HR, 56RBI; .287/.324/.474

Shawn Zarraga (Tulsa): 44 games; 0HR, 9RBI; .277/.353/.328

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