Thursday, April 14, 2011

Stone Crabs Week in Review: April 7 to April 13

The Stone Crabs kicked off the 2011 by going 4-3 on the week and are tied for second in the Florida State League South Division. The picked up the season right where they left off, right in the middle of a hard fought contest against their neighbor the north, Bradenton. By week’s end, the Stone Crabs were still maintaining a win, lose, win, loss pattern. Chris Murrill, Brett Nommensen and Mike Sheridan finished the week riding a six game hitting streak.

Hitting Leaders:
Average: Brett Nommensen (.440, tenth in FSL)
Slugging: Anthony Scelfo (.563)
On Base Pct: Brett Nommensen (.531, seventh in FSL)
Hits: Brett Nommensen (11, fifth in FSL)
Doubles: Tyler Bortnick (4, tied first in FSL)
Triples: n/a
Home Runs: Anthony Scelfo & Greg Sexton (1)
RBI’s: Tyler Bortnick & Greg Sexton (6, tied ninth in FSL)
Stolen Bases: Brett Nommensen (3, tied first in FSL)

Pitching Leaders:
ERA Starters: Alex Koronis (0.00)
ERA Overall: Deivis Mavarez & Josh Satow (0.00, tied first in FSL)
Wins: Josh Satow (2, tied first in FSL)
Saves: Josh Satow (1, tied fourth in FSL)
Strikeouts: Scott Shuman (8)

Team Hitting Stats (league rank):
Average: .292 (2 of 12)
Slugging: .374 (7 of 12)
On Base Pct: .358 (3 of 12)
Hits: 71 (2 of 12)
Doubles: 14 (tied 4 of 12)
Triples: 0 (tied 10 of 12)
Home Runs: 2 (tied 10 of 12)
Runs Scored: 40 (tied 2 of 12)
Stolen Bases: 6 (tied 6 of 12)

Team Pitching Stats (rank):
ERA: 5.75 (11 of 12)
Runs Allowed: 41 (tied 9 of 12)
Strikeouts: 54 (5 of 12)
Walks: 40 (11 of 12)

Transactions: None

Disabled List: Julio Cedeno, Hak-Ju Lee, Kyle Lobstein, Ty Morrison, Albert Suarez and Kirby Yates.

The Week Ahead: 4/14/11-4/16/11: at St. Lucie Mets (6-1). 4/17/11-4/19/11: vs Palm Beach Cardinals (2-5). 4/20/11: vs St. Lucie Mets (6-1).


  1. 7 days is up - any of the guys on the DL ready to be activated? Any ideas on how they will reshuffle the roster?

  2. Didn't see Wrigley today, but Lee was still in Pt Charlotte although not in the lineup, but he is not going anywhere unless he is joining the Crabs on the road.

    Havlicek's first(?) outing was tough to judge with some bad D behind him, but he wasn't fooling anybody this early. Lopez threw well, Sale hit a big HR on a changeup and Vettleson had doubles to both LF & RF. Malm had a nice double in the right-center gap, and Brett just continues to do a number of little things that make him fun to watch.

  3. Thanks so much for the note on Sale,Vettleson, & Brett!
    Look forward to something about how they're doing, and looking on Rays Prospects each day for extended spring training news!