Monday, May 17, 2010

This Week's Probable Pitchers

Durham Bulls
Monday @ Columbus 6:35 pm - Richard De Los Santos
Tuesday @ Toledo 6:30 pm - Carlos Hernandez
Wednesday @ Toledo 10:30 am - Jeremy Hellickson
Thursday @ Toledo 6:30 pm - Heath Phillips
Friday @ Toledo 7:00 pm - Aneury Rodriguez

Montgomery Biscuits
Monday @ Birmingham 7:05 pm - Alex Cobb
Tuesday @ Birmingham 7:05 pm - Alex Torres
Wednesday @ Birmingham 11:05 am - David Newmann
Thursday @ West Tenn 7:05 pm - Jeremy Hall
Friday, game 1 @ West Tenn 5:05 pm - Jake McGee
Friday, game 2 @ West Tenn 30 minutes after game 1 - Darin Downs?

Note: The doubleheader on Friday presents a problem. Only McGee will be on normal rest so someone will have to make a spot start (assuming no transactions between now and then). I'm penciling in Darin Downs as he makes the most sense. Keep an eye out this week on how much Downs is used in relief, if he's starting Friday he shouldn't see much work. Also, on Friday McGee and the spot starter could switch, with the spot starter going in game 1 and McGee in game 2.

Charlotte Stone Crabs
Monday, game 1 vs. Tampa 5:05 pm - Matt Moore
Monday, game 2 vs. Tampa 30 minutes after game 1 - Shane Dyer
Tuesday vs. Tampa 7:05 pm - Nick Barnese
Wednesday vs. Tampa 7:05 pm - Joseph Cruz
Thursday vs. Brevard County 7:05 pm - Frank De Los Santos
Friday vs. Brevard County 7:05 pm - Chris Andujar

Note: Shane Dyer has been added to the rotation from Bowling Green and will slot in somewhere, with everyone else moving back a day. The Stone Crabs will need all six starters this week due to Monday's doubleheader, so we may not know for sure who Dyer will replace in the rotation until the next time through.

Updated: MILB.COM has Dyer starting game 2 tonight, so I've moved everyone else back a spot.

Bowling Green Hot Rods
Monday - Off day
Tuesday @ Great Lakes 6:05 pm - Alex Colome
Wednesday @ Great Lakes 6:05 pm - Jason McEachern
Thursday @ Great Lakes 9:35 am - Wilking Rodriguez
Friday @ Dayton 6:00 pm - Kyle Lobstein

Note: Per Micheal Compton of the Bowling Green Daily News, leftie Aaron Dott will be called up from extended spring training to take Dyer's spot in the Hot Rods rotation. No word yet on where he will fit in, but when he does everyone else will move back a day.

Dott was drafted by the Rays in the 31st round of the 2009 draft out of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Today just happens to be Dott's 22nd birthday, so Happy Birthday and welcome to the Hot Rods! Here are his stats for the Hudson Valley Renegades last season in the New York-Penn League:
Year Age Team W L  ERA  G GS   IP  WHIP  H/9 HR/9 BB/9 SO/9 SO/BB
2009  21   HV 1 4 4.12 13  9 43.2 1.557 10.7  0.0  3.3  6.0  1.81

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