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Mullins Has A Big Day: The “Just One Fan’s” Prospect Report for 5/20/2018

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Hello Orioles fans, here is my prospect report for Sunday, May 20th, 2018.

 

TEAM SUMMARY:  

The Shorebirds split their double-header with Hagerstown winning the first game 4-0 and losing the second game 8-5.

The Keys swept the Pelicans 6-1 and 10-1 as Michael Baumann debuted with a complete game, 4 hit victory in game 1.

The Baysox defeat Trenton 10-5 as Mullins goes 3 for 5 with a homerun, double, stolen base, 2 runs scored and 4 RBI.

The Tides swept the Bats in a double-header 3-1 and 6-5.  Wojciehowski and Meisinger got the wins.

 

BACKGROUND:  Last season I began the Prospect Report in an effort to highlight the daily performances of several Baltimore Orioles’ minor league players.  They were all players that have caught my eye and that I am interested in; I thought I would use this platform to help other Orioles fans get to know them as well as follow their progress.  I am continuing that work this season and have added a few new names to the list; two players from last year’s report are now with other organizations.  In addition, I asked readers to suggest who they would be interested in following daily and based on those suggestions, I added a reader’s section below.  I hope you enjoy this effort and that you will provide feedback on it; I am open to any suggestions on how to make it better as well as any criticism of it.  Let’s engage in a dialogue about the players; they are the future of the Orioles.

#TheRoadToBirdland

This season, I am highlighting five Baltimore Orioles minor league prospects; these players are personal favorites of mine.  The players are C Ben Breazeale (NR per MLB Pipeline), OF Cedric Mullins (#6), RHP Yefry Ramirez (#17) and 3B Jomar Reyes (#19).

In an article for Baby Birdland, I explained the reasons why I am watching one of them (Reyes); one (Breazeale) was my first face-to-face interview for Baby Birdland.  I also had the opportunity to conduct a face-to-face interview with another (Mullins) early this season.   Each day here you will find a summary of their game performance.

Thanks for reading!

 

Ben Breazeale (Delmarva Shorebirds, 26-15): Gm #1 WON 4-0 and Gm #2 LOST 8-5 vs Hagerstown SUNS

 GAME  Gm 1 0-2

Gm 2 Did Not Play

 SEASON 25 GP

.220/.340/.366

12 Runs

18 H

6 2B

2 HR

 11 RBI 13 BB

19 K

Cedric Mullins (Bowie Baysox, 19-23): WON 10-5 @ Trenton THUNDER

 GAME 3-5 2 Runs 1 2B 1 HR 4 RBI 1 SB
 SEASON 40 GP

.282/.330/.497

26 Runs

46 H

11 2B

3 3B

6 HR

23 RBI

11 BB

23 K

5 SB

1 CS

Yefry Ramirez (Norfolk Tides, 22-18): WON Gm #1 3-1, WON Gm #2 6-5 vs Louisville BATS

 GAME Scheduled to Pitch 5/21
 SEASON 8 G (1-2)

3.80 ERA

1.05 WHIP

42.2 IP 32 H 18 R (ER) 13 BB

48 K

1 HBP

1 WP

.203 BAA

Jomar Reyes (Frederick Keys, 18-24): WON Gm #1 6-1 and WON Gm #2 10-1 vs Myrtle Beach PELICANS

 GAME Gm 1 0-3

Gm 2 1-3

 1 K

1 Run

 

1 BB

 

1 K

 

1 2B

 SEASON 38 GP

.240/.266/.312

11 Runs

37 H

 8 2B 1 HR

23 RBI

6 BB

29 K


READER’S REQUESTED PLAYERS

Cole Billingsley, OF (Frederick Keys, 18-24): WON Gm #1 6-1 and WON Gm #2 10-1 vs Myrtle Beach PELICANS

 GAME Gm 1 0-3

Gm 2 0-4

1 Run

 

1 K

1 K

 SEASON 41 GP

.226/.333/.335

23 Runs

35 H

6 2B

1 3B

3 HR

17 RBI

23 BB

28 K

11 SB

Tyler Erwin, LHP (Frederick Keys, 18-24): Gm #1 WON 6-1 and Gm #2 WON 10-1 vs Myrtle Beach PELICANS

 GAME Gm 1 and Gm 2 Did Not Pitch
 SEASON 14 G (0-2, 2-4S)

0.84 ERA

0.89 WHIP

21.1 IP 11 H 4 Runs

(2 ER)

8 BB

28 K

.151 BAA

1 HB

Randolph Gassaway (#27), OF (Frederick Keys, 18-24): Gm #1 WON 6-1 and Gm #2 WON 10-1 vs Myrtle Beach PELICANS

 GAME  On The 7-Day DL
 SEASON 36 GP

.272/.395/.376

18 Runs

34 H

10 2B 1 HR

14 RBI

24 BB

37 K

Adam Hall (#18), INF (Extended Spring Training)

 GAME
 SEASON

Come back every day to keep up with how my five prospects and the reader’s four prospects are performing; for more news, notes, and analysis on the entire Baltimore Orioles Minor League system, including a daily roundup of all the affiliates’ games, go to BabyBirdland and read the work of its’ hard working staff.

Don’t forget to follow both @BabyBirdland and @CoachNick_14 on Twitter.

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Billingsley Homers: The “Just One Fan’s” Prospect Report for 5/19/2018

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Hello Orioles fans, here is my prospect report for Saturday, May 19th, 2018.

 

TEAM SUMMARY:  

The Shorebirds scored 2 runs early but lost to Hagerstown 7-2.

The Keys could not hold the lead, gave up 3 7th inning runs and lost to the Pelicans 4-3.

The Baysox lost a sloppy game to Trenton 9-4.

The Tides had rain postpone their game making Sunday a double-header day.

 

BACKGROUND:  Last season I began the Prospect Report in an effort to highlight the daily performances of several Baltimore Orioles’ minor league players.  They were all players that have caught my eye and that I am interested in; I thought I would use this platform to help other Orioles fans get to know them as well as follow their progress.  I am continuing that work this season and have added a few new names to the list; two players from last year’s report are now with other organizations.  In addition, I asked readers to suggest who they would be interested in following daily and based on those suggestions, I added a reader’s section below.  I hope you enjoy this effort and that you will provide feedback on it; I am open to any suggestions on how to make it better as well as any criticism of it.  Let’s engage in a dialogue about the players; they are the future of the Orioles.

#TheRoadToBirdland

This season, I am highlighting five Baltimore Orioles minor league prospects; these players are personal favorites of mine.  The players are C Ben Breazeale (NR per MLB Pipeline), OF Cedric Mullins (#6), RHP Yefry Ramirez (#17) and 3B Jomar Reyes (#19).

In an article for Baby Birdland, I explained the reasons why I am watching one of them (Reyes); one (Breazeale) was my first face-to-face interview for Baby Birdland.  I also had the opportunity to conduct a face-to-face interview with another (Mullins) early this season.   Each day here you will find a summary of their game performance.

Thanks for reading!

 

Ben Breazeale (Delmarva Shorebirds, 25-14): LOST 7-2 vs Hagerstown SUNS

 GAME Did Not Play
 SEASON 24 GP

.225/.347/.375

12 Runs

18 H

6 2B

2 HR

 11 RBI 13 BB

19 K

Cedric Mullins (Bowie Baysox, 18-23): LOST 9-4 @ Trenton THUNDER

 GAME 2-5
 SEASON 39 GP

.272/.322/.468

24 Runs

43 H

10 2B

3 3B

5 HR

19 RBI

11 BB

23 K

4 SB

1 CS

Yefry Ramirez (Norfolk Tides, 20-18): POSTPONED due to rain vs Louisville BATS

 GAME Scheduled to Pitch 5/22
 SEASON 8 G (1-2)

3.80 ERA

1.05 WHIP

42.2 IP 32 H 18 R (ER) 13 BB

48 K

1 HBP

1 WP

.203 BAA

Jomar Reyes (Frederick Keys, 16-24): LOST 4-3 vs Myrtle Beach PELICANS

 GAME 1-4 1 K
 SEASON 36 GP

.243/.266/.311

10 Runs

36 H

 7 2B 1 HR

23 RBI

5 BB

27 K


READER’S REQUESTED PLAYERS

Cole Billingsley, OF (Frederick Keys, 16-24): LOST 4-3 vs Myrtle Beach PELICANS

 GAME 2-4 2 Runs 1 HR  1 RBI
 SEASON 39 GP

.236/.343/.351

22 Runs

35 H

6 2B

1 3B

3 HR

17 RBI

23 BB

26 K

11 SB

Tyler Erwin, LHP (Frederick Keys, 16-24): LOST 4-3 vs Myrtle Beach PELICANS

 GAME 0.2 IP 1 H 1 Run

0 ER

 LOSS
 SEASON 14 G (0-2, 2-4S)

0.84 ERA

0.89 WHIP

21.1 IP 11 H 4 Runs

(2 ER)

8 BB

28 K

.151 BAA

1 HB

Randolph Gassaway (#27), OF (Frederick Keys, 16-24): LOST 4-3 vs Myrtle Beach PELICANS

 GAME  On The 7-Day DL
 SEASON 36 GP

.272/.395/.376

18 Runs

34 H

10 2B 1 HR

14 RBI

24 BB

37 K

Adam Hall (#18), INF (Extended Spring Training)

 GAME
 SEASON

Come back every day to keep up with how my five prospects and the reader’s four prospects are performing; for more news, notes, and analysis on the entire Baltimore Orioles Minor League system, including a daily roundup of all the affiliates’ games, go to BabyBirdland and read the work of its’ hard working staff.

Don’t forget to follow both @BabyBirdland and @CoachNick_14 on Twitter.

Struggling Prospect, 3B Jomar Reyes Facing Pivotal Season in 2018 (from @BabyBirdland)

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Once considered a top organizational prospect, Frederick Keys’ (Class-A High) third baseman Jomar Reyes needs to produce in 2018. He is facing a crowded field of third base candidates as well doubts about his ability to move up the system.

As of Thursday’s games, Reyes is slashing .243/ .262/ .313 with 35 hits and 23 RBI in 35 games. He has 1 homerun among his 8 extra-base hits and is simply not driving the ball as his 2.6 ground ball to fly ball ratio illustrates. Reyes has struck out 26 times on the season and has only walked 5 times; the early numbers for him are average at best.

The 2018 season is the third that Reyes has spent in Frederick and he simply must improve his numbers if he expects to move up to Bowie (Class-AA). Reyes’ first year in Frederick, 2016, saw him slash .228/ .271/ .336 with 51 RBI. Last year Reyes had an injury-shortened season in which he slashed .302/ .333/ .434 with 21 RBI in just 50 games. It was last year’s injury that has possibly raised questions about Reyes’ ability to move up; he broke his hand after he punched a wall (after a game that he got 2 hits and 2 RBI).

Reyes has several other third basemen ahead of him in the system: Drew Dosch and Renato Nuñez in Norfolk (Class-AAA) and Ryan Mountcastle, Anderson Feliz and the suspended Steve Wilkerson at Bowie. Additionally, he has Trevor Craport in Delmarva (Class-A Low) nipping at his heels from below. It is now a numbers game, Reyes needs to improve this year in order to stand out among this group of corner infielders.

Despite being listed as the Baltimore Orioles’ #19 prospect by MLB Pipeline, Reyes has fallen off of Baby Birdland’s Top 15 list. No one has ever doubted the potential that Reyes possesses. The frustration comes with the lack of him fulfilling that potential.

The 2018 season is Reyes’ fifth in the organization and he may be running out of time to develop into the player the Orioles expected when they signed him out of the Dominican Republic in 2014. He does have youth on his side however, as he is just 21 years old.

Reyes has the raw power as well as an above-average arm. He needs to simply put those attributes on display. This season could prove to be a pivotal one for his career; time will tell. I for one, hope to see him do it.

 

 

 

 

 

Rain Alters Some Schedules: The “Just One Fan’s” Prospect Report for 5/17/2018

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Hello Orioles fans, here is my prospect report for Thursday, May 17th, 2018.

**BREAKING: Frederick Keys RHP James Teague announced his retirement on Wednesday (5/16/2018)**

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TEAM SUMMARY:  

The Shorebirds were postponed due to inclement weather.

The Keys beat the Hillcats 3-1 behind Alex Wells’ 5.0 innings of 1 run work.  The second game was postponed.

The Baysox lost big in Trenton 11-5 despite collecting 12 hits.

The Tides were limited to 3 hits in a 6-0 loss to Indianapolis.

 

BACKGROUND:  Last season I began the Prospect Report in an effort to highlight the daily performances of several Baltimore Orioles’ minor league players.  They were all players that have caught my eye and that I am interested in; I thought I would use this platform to help other Orioles fans get to know them as well as follow their progress.  I am continuing that work this season and have added a few new names to the list; two players from last year’s report are now with other organizations.  In addition, I asked readers to suggest who they would be interested in following daily and based on those suggestions, I added a reader’s section below.  I hope you enjoy this effort and that you will provide feedback on it; I am open to any suggestions on how to make it better as well as any criticism of it.  Let’s engage in a dialogue about the players; they are the future of the Orioles.

#TheRoadToBirdland

This season, I am highlighting five Baltimore Orioles minor league prospects; these players are personal favorites of mine.  The players are C Ben Breazeale (NR per MLB Pipeline), OF Cedric Mullins (#6), RHP Yefry Ramirez (#17), 3B Jomar Reyes (#19) and RHP James Teague (NR).

In an article for Baby Birdland, I explained the reasons why I am watching one of them (Reyes); one (Breazeale) was my first face-to-face interview for Baby Birdland.  I also had the opportunity to conduct a face-to-face interview with another (Mullins) early this season.   Each day here you will find a summary of their game performance.

Thanks for reading!

 

Ben Breazeale (Delmarva Shorebirds, 25-13): POSTPONED vs Hagerstown SUNS

 GAME
 SEASON 24 GP

.225/.347/.375

12 Runs

18 H

6 2B

2 HR

 11 RBI 13 BB

19 K

Cedric Mullins (Bowie Baysox, 18-21): LOST 11-5 @ Trenton THUNDER

 GAME 2-5 2 Runs  1 2B  1 K
 SEASON 37 GP

.267/.315/.473

24 Runs

40 H

10 2B

3 3B

5 HR

19 RBI

10 BB

23 K

4 SB

Yefry Ramirez (Norfolk Tides, 20-17): LOST 6-0 vs Indianapolis INDIANS

 GAME Not Scheduled to Pitch
 SEASON 8 G (1-2)

3.80 ERA

1.05 WHIP

42.2 IP 32 H 18 R (ER) 13 BB

48 K

1 HBP

1 WP

.203 BAA

Jomar Reyes (Frederick Keys, 16-23): Gm 1 WON 3-1, Gm 2 POSTPONED due to rain @ Lynchburg HILLCATS

 GAME 1-3 1 RBI 1 2B 2 BB 1 K
 SEASON 35 GP

.243/.267/.313

10 Runs

35 H

 7 2B 1 HR

23 RBI

5 BB

26 K

James Teague (Frederick Keys, 16-23): Gm 1 WON 3-1, Gm 2 POSTPONED due to rain @ Lynchburg HILLCATS

 GAME  RETIRED
 SEASON 10 G  (1-2, 2-3S)

7.07 ERA

1.71 WHIP

14.0 IP 15 H 11 R (ER) 9 BB

15 K

.283 BAA

                                                                                                                                          

READER’S REQUESTED PLAYERS

Cole Billingsley, OF (Frederick Keys, 16-23): Gm 1 WON 3-1, Gm 2 POSTPONED due to rain @ Lynchburg HILLCATS

 GAME 0-2 1 BB
 SEASON 38 GP

.229/.339/.326

20 Runs

33 H

6 2B

1 3B

2 HR

16 RBI

23 BB

26 K

11 SB

Tyler Erwin, LHP (Frederick Keys, 16-23): Gm 1 WON 3-1, Gm 2 POSTPONED due to rain @ Lynchburg HILLCATS

 GAME  Did Not Pitch
 SEASON 13 G (0-1, 2-4S)

0.87 ERA

0.87 WHIP

20.2 IP 10 H 3 R (2 ER) 8 BB

28 K

.145 BAA

Randolph Gassaway (#27), OF (Frederick Keys, 16-23): Gm 1 WON 3-1, Gm 2 POSTPONED due to rain @ Lynchburg HILLCATS

 GAME  On The 7-Day DL
 SEASON 36 GP

.272/.395/.376

18 Runs

34 H

10 2B 1 HR

14 RBI

24 BB

37 K

Adam Hall (#18), INF (Extended Spring Training)

 GAME
 SEASON

Come back every day to keep up with how my five prospects and the reader’s four prospects are performing; for more news, notes, and analysis on the entire Baltimore Orioles Minor League system, including a daily roundup of all the affiliates’ games, go to BabyBirdland and read the work of its’ hard working staff.

Don’t forget to follow both @BabyBirdland and @CoachNick_14 on Twitter.

Billingsley Has A Night: The “Just One Fan’s” Prospect Report for 5/15/2018

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Hello Orioles fans, here is my prospect report for Tuesday, May 15th, 2018.

TEAM SUMMARY:  

The Shorebirds gave up 3 runs in the 10th inning to fall to the Fireflies 9-8.

The Keys fell short in their comeback in losing to the Hillcats 13-12.

The Baysox lost Monday’s suspended game 8-2 and had Tuesday’s game suspended by rain; it will be resumed on 5/16.

The Tides couldn’t overcome a 10 run second inning in losing to Indianapolis 10-8.

 

BACKGROUND:  Last season I began the Prospect Report in an effort to highlight the daily performances of several Baltimore Orioles’ minor league players.  They were all players that have caught my eye and that I am interested in; I thought I would use this platform to help other Orioles fans get to know them as well as follow their progress.  I am continuing that work this season and have added a few new names to the list; two players from last year’s report are now with other organizations.  In addition, I asked readers to suggest who they would be interested in following daily and based on those suggestions, I added a reader’s section below.  I hope you enjoy this effort and that you will provide feedback on it; I am open to any suggestions on how to make it better as well as any criticism of it.  Let’s engage in a dialogue about the players; they are the future of the Orioles.

#TheRoadToBirdland

This season, I am highlighting five Baltimore Orioles minor league prospects; these players are personal favorites of mine.  The players are C Ben Breazeale (NR per MLB Pipeline), OF Cedric Mullins (#6), RHP Yefry Ramirez (#17), 3B Jomar Reyes (#19) and RHP James Teague (NR).

In an article for Baby Birdland, I explained the reasons why I am watching one of them (Reyes); one (Breazeale) was my first face-to-face interview for Baby Birdland.  I also had the opportunity to conduct a face-to-face interview with another (Mullins) early this season.   Each day here you will find a summary of their game performance.

Thanks for reading!

 

Ben Breazeale (Delmarva Shorebirds, 25-13): LOST 9-8 in 10 innings @ Columbia FIREFLIES

 GAME 1-2  1 Run  2 RBI 1 BB 1 2B
 SEASON 24 GP

.225/.347/.375

12 Runs

18 H

6 2B

2 HR

 11 RBI 13 BB

19 K

Cedric Mullins (Bowie Baysox, 17-19): LOST Suspended game of 5/14 8-2 vs Harrisburg SENATORS

 GAME  0-3  2 K
 SEASON 34 GP

.254/.297/.465

19 Runs

35 H

8 2B

3 3B

5 HR

19 RBI

8 BB

22 K

2 SB

Yefry Ramirez (Norfolk Tides, 19-16): LOST 10-8 vs Indianapolis INDIANS

 GAME Scheduled To Pitch 5/16
 SEASON 7 G (1-2)

4.54 ERA

1.21 WHIP

35.2 IP 31 H 18 R (ER) 12 BB

41 K

1 HBP

1 WP

.226 BAA

Jomar Reyes (Frederick Keys, 15-23): LOST 13-12 @ Lynchburg HILLCATS

 GAME  1-5  1 Run  2 K  1 2B
 SEASON 34 GP

.241/.265/.305

10 Runs

34 H

 6 2B 1 HR

22 RBI

5 BB

25 K

James Teague (Frederick Keys, 15-23): LOST 13-12 @ Lynchburg HILLCATS

 GAME  Did Not Pitch
 SEASON 10 G  (1-2, 2-3S)

7.07 ERA

1.71 WHIP

14.0 IP 15 H 11 R (ER) 9 BB

15 K

.283 BAA

                                                                                                                                          

READER’S REQUESTED PLAYERS

Cole Billingsley, OF (Frederick Keys, 15-23): LOST 13-12 @ Lynchburg HILLCATS

 GAME  2-5  3 Runs  3 RBI  1 BB  1 K  1 2B
 SEASON 37 GP

.232/.339/.331

20 Runs

33 H

6 2B

1 3B

2 HR

16 RBI

22 BB

26 K

11 SB

Tyler Erwin, LHP (Frederick Keys, 15-23): LOST 13-12 @ Lynchburg HILLCATS

 GAME  0.2 IP  1 H  1 K
 SEASON 13 G (0-1, 2-4S)

0.87 ERA

0.87 WHIP

20.2 IP 10 H 3 R (2 ER) 8 BB

28 K

.145 BAA

Randolph Gassaway (#27), OF (Frederick Keys, 15-23): LOST 13-12 @ Lynchburg HILLCATS

 GAME  On The 7-Day DL
 SEASON 36 GP

.272/.395/.376

18 Runs

34 H

10 2B 1 HR

14 RBI

24 BB

37 K

Adam Hall (#18), INF (Extended Spring Training)

 GAME
 SEASON

Come back every day to keep up with how my five prospects and the reader’s four prospects are performing; for more news, notes, and analysis on the entire Baltimore Orioles Minor League system, including a daily roundup of all the affiliates’ games, go to BabyBirdland and read the work of its’ hard working staff.

Don’t forget to follow both @BabyBirdland and @CoachNick_14 on Twitter.

Tyler Erwin Lowers His ERA Again: The”Just One Fan’s” Prospect Report for 5/11/2018

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photo courtesy of Shelli Erwin

Hello Orioles fans, here is my prospect report for Friday, May 11th, 2018.

TEAM SUMMARY:  

The Shorebirds won 9-2 over Lexington as Ben Breazeale and Will Roberston hit back to back homeruns during a five run fifth inning.

The Keys lost to Potomac 4-3 after the Nationals scratch out a run in the 8th inning.

The Baysox banged out 15 hits in a 13-0 shutout of Hartford.

The Tides used 16 hits to beat Gwinnett 10-3.

BACKGROUND:  Last season I began the Prospect Report in an effort to highlight the daily performances of several Baltimore Orioles’ minor league players.  They were all players that have caught my eye and that I am interested in; I thought I would use this platform to help other Orioles fans get to know them as well as follow their progress.  I am continuing that work this season and have added a few new names to the list; two players from last year’s report are now with other organizations.  In addition, I asked readers to suggest who they would be interested in following daily and based on those suggestions, I added a reader’s section below.  I hope you enjoy this effort and that you will provide feedback on it; I am open to any suggestions on how to make it better as well as any criticism of it.  Let’s engage in a dialogue about the players; they are the future of the Orioles.

#TheRoadToBirdland

This season, I am highlighting five Baltimore Orioles minor league prospects; these players are personal favorites of mine.  The players are C Ben Breazeale (NR per MLB Pipeline), OF Cedric Mullins (#7), RHP Yefry Ramirez (#19), 3B Jomar Reyes (#21) and RHP James Teague (NR).

In an article for Baby Birdland, I explained the reasons why I am watching one of them (Reyes); one (Breazeale) was my first face-to-face interview for Baby Birdland.  I also had the opportunity to conduct a face-to-face interview with another (Mullins) early this season.   Each day here you will find a summary of their game performance.

Thanks for reading!

Ben Breazeale (Delmarva Shorebirds, 23-11): WON 9-2 @ Lexington LEGENDS

 GAME  1-4 1 Run 1 HR 2 RBI 1 BB  2 K
 SEASON 22 GP

.230/.352/.378

11 Runs

17 H

5 2B

2 HR

 9 RBI 12 BB

19 K

Cedric Mullins (Bowie Baysox, 17-16): WON 13-0 vs Hartford YARDGOATS

 GAME  0-4  1 BB
 SEASON 32 GP

.252/.300/.466

19 Runs

33 H

7 2B

3 3B

5 HR

17 RBI

8 BB

19 K

2 SB

Yefry Ramirez (Norfolk Tides, 18-14): WON 10-3 vs Gwinnett STRIPERS

 GAME Not Scheduled To Pitch
 SEASON 7 G (1-2)

4.54 ERA

1.21 WHIP

35.2 IP 31 H 18 R (ER) 12 BB

41 K

1 HBP

1 WP

.226 BAA

Jomar Reyes (Frederick Keys, 14-21): LOST 4-3 vs Potomac NATIONALS

 GAME  1-4 1 BB  1 K
 SEASON 33 GP

.243/.268/.301

9 Runs

33 H

 5 2B 1 HR

22 RBI

5 BB

23 K

James Teague (Frederick Keys, 14-21): LOST 4-3 vs Potomac NATIONALS

 GAME 1.0 IP  2 H  1 R (ER)  1 BB  WP  LOSS
 SEASON 10 G  (1-2, 2-3S)

7.07 ERA

1.71 WHIP

14.0 IP 15 H 11 R (ER) 9 BB

15 K

.283 BAA

                                                                                                                                          

READER’S REQUESTED PLAYERS

Cole Billingsley, OF (Frederick Keys, 14-21): LOST 4-3 vs Potomac NATIONALS

 GAME  0-4 1 BB
 SEASON 34 GP

.225/.329/.302

16 Runs

29 H

5 2B

1 3B

1 HR

11 RBI

19 BB

25 K

10 SB

Tyler Erwin, LHP (Frederick Keys, 14-21): LOST 4-3 vs Potomac NATIONALS

 GAME 1.0 IP  1 K
 SEASON 11 G (0-1, 2-4S)

0.47 ERA

0.78 WHIP

19.1 IP 7 H 2 R (1 ER) 8 BB

25 K

.113 BAA

Randolph Gassaway (#30), OF (Frederick Keys, 14-21): LOST 4-3 vs Potomac NATIONALS

 GAME  0-3 1 Run  2 BB
 SEASON 34 GP

.283/.404/.392

18 Runs

34 H

10 2B 1 HR

14 RBI

23 BB

35 K

Adam Hall (#20), INF (Extended Spring Training)

 GAME
 SEASON

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