Daily Minor League Update:  Tuesday

 

Pressed for time this morning so I included a few more guys for the daily update and less on the write-ups for them.  This will be our Tuesday group of players for daily updates.  Some nice performances from the pitchers below including Jacob Turner, Trevor Reckling, and Shelby Miller.  For batters, Eric Hosmer, Brett Wallace, and Logan Morrison have had a nice start to 2010.

 

 

H/AB

R

HR

RBI

SLG

OPS

 

Michael Taylor

6/20

6

1

2

0.600

0.964

 

Domonic Brown

5/19

2

0

3

0.368

0.668

SB

Brett Wallace

4/19

4

2

2

0.526

0.812

 

Logan Morrison

7/19

3

1

7

0.684

1.139

Tripple

Jose Tabata

8/24

2

0

2

0.417

0.777

2 SB

Lonnie Chisenhall

8/21

6

0

2

0.476

0.911

 

Eric Hosmer

9/18

5

0

4

0.778

1.369

SB

Tyler Flowers

7/19

3

1

6

0.684

1.113

 

Dee Gordon

6/13

1

0

1

0.769

1.269

SB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IP

H

R

ER

K

BB

 

Martin Perez

4.2

2

0

0

2

3

ND

Casey Kelly

2

3

1

0

2

1

ND

Christian Friedrich

6

4

1

1

5

2

Loss

Jake Arrieta

5

3

0

0

4

2

ND

Nick Hagadone

4.1

2

0

0

4

2

ND

Tim Alderson

5

4

0

0

2

1

ND

Jacob Turner

5

2

0

0

7

0

ND

Shelby Miller

4

2

0

0

7

3

ND

Trevor Reckling

6

5

0

0

3

2

ND

Some nice pitching performances by the guys listed above.  Kelly made his 2010 minors debut and was on a strict 50 pitch limit.  I am expecting him to get a cup of coffee this year as a fill-in start down the stretch for Boston.  Another very nice showing was from Detroit’s Jacob Turner.  Turner is a power arm and had an excellent 7K’s to 0BB in his first outing.  Really, no stinkers in the list of guys above for the pitchers.  Next Tuesday I will try to expand a bit on the expectations and make-up of each player.

For the batters, one player I am really watching this year is Eric Hosmer.  He was the biggest high school bat in the draft a couple years ago and really never got anything going in 2009.  He had lasic surgery in the offseason and so far it seems to have made a big difference.  Hosmer’s way is a bit blocked by Billy Butler in KC but scouting reports have Hosmer’s glove as excellent so it may push Butler to DH – I also wouldn’t be surprised to see KC give Hosmer a shot at 3B or LF (Moustakas is the minor leaguer looking to come up at 3B but has underwhelmed in my opinion).  Wallace, Taylor, and Morrison all had nice starts to the year.  Tyler Flowers may make a push to get some time in the bigs this year if he keeps producing the power.

As always, comments and questions are welcome.

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