Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Tuesday's Scores and Highlights

Durham Bulls (Day Off)
Bulls are on all-star break. Play resumes on Thursday.



Montgomery Biscuits (Day Off)
Biscuits return to action on the road against Carolina on Wednesday. Starters have not been named yet.



Charlotte Stone Crabs (Day Off)
Stone Crabs hit the road to face Brevard County on Wednesday. Nick Barnese will make the start.



Bowling Green Hot Rods (Day Off)
The Hot Rods travel to Burlington on Wednesday to begin the series. Jason McEachern will be the Hot Rods starting pitcher.



Hudson Valley Renegades 2, Mahoning Valley Scrappers 4
Steven Tinoco was the only Renegade with multiple hits by going 2 for 4 with a double. Derek Dietrich picked up his ninth RBI of the season. Hunter Hill pitched 2 no-hit innings of relief. Burt Reynolds was only Renegade not to record a hit, going 0 for 4 with 3 strikeouts. Julius Dettrich was charged with the loss. The Renegades continue the home series against Williamsport on Wednesday.

Princeton Rays (Day Off)
The P-Rays begin a series against Bristol at home on Wednesday. Andrew Bellatti will get the ball for the opener.



GCL Rays 1, GCL Orioles 4
GCL Rays had no multi-hit players nor extra base hits in the game. Joel Caminero drove home the only run of the game. They managed only 5 hits in the game. Eduar Quinonez suffered the loss. The GCL Rays travel to Fort Myers to play the GCL Red Sox on Wednesday.

DSL Rays (Day Off)
The DSL Rays face the DSL Astros on the road Wednesday.



VSL Rays 6, VSL Mariners 5
Nahum Hernandez was 3 for 4 with a triple, 2 RBI's and 1 run scored. Wilmer Dominguez was 2 for 4 with a run scored. Ismel Antunez was 2 for 5 with 2 runs scored. Roan Salas also drove home a run. Luis Wilches picked up the win. Felipe Rivero pitched a perfect ninth, striking out 2 of 3 for the save. The VSL Rays are off on Wednesday.

8 comments:

  1. Any chance you could put together a quick midseason ranking?

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  2. What are you thinking in terms of ranking?

    Around the 70 game mark, I ran a series of posts regarding player performance during the season. Here are the posts:

    Hitting: http://www.raysprospects.com/2010/06/mid-season-organizational-statistics.html

    Pitching: http://www.raysprospects.com/2010/06/mid-season-organizational-statistics_22.html

    Team: http://www.raysprospects.com/2010/06/mid-season-organizational-statistics_23.html

    Kevin also ran a mid-season prospect list, here is the link to that post:
    http://www.raysprospects.com/2010/06/midseason-top-prospect-lists.html

    If there is something else you are looking for, let us know and we will see what we can do.

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  3. Barnese and Bailey CircusJuly 14, 2010 at 9:30 PM

    Who do you think are up for mid-season promotions?

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  4. Thanks Jim,

    Quick few questions. Who has been the biggest surprise and who has been the biggest dissappointment? Also, which pitcher has had the most uptick in velocity?

    Thanks in advance.

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  5. Unfortunately scouting reports and stuff on velocity aren't really readily available.

    As for promotions, I'd say most of the Charlotte bullpen is most deserving. The Rays like to be cautious, but I could also see Nick Barnese getting some starts with Montgomery.

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  6. I am gonna throw Bortnick into the mix for promotions. I can see him moving to Charlotte soon.

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  7. I dont think they would promote Barnese, maybe a Cruz, but not Barnese or Moore, they seem to be taking it level by level, year by year.Speaking of in your guys opinions, has Barnese pasted Moore in prospect rankings?

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  8. I think Barnese has the edge on Moore right now. Moore is still struggling to find consistancy. He is either really good or really bad. Once he gets it under control, I think his stock will rise quick. But right now the way they are playing, Barnese has the edge.

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