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2020.07.10 09:26 Saharajoy Am I reading this wrong Or is Derek not so mcdreamy but more of a mcdick at times

I’m rewatching and I am trying not read it that way but it seems like from the beginning he was. Like they start a relationship when Meredith isn’t sure because he wants to. He only reveals what he wants to, including his wife which I’m pretty sure he wouldn’t have said anything about if Addison hadn‘t showed up. He still tried to pursue a relationship with Meredith while Addison was there and still married to him. He is super passive aggressive and mean the whole time with Addison. Not to mention he chose Addison and then acted like Meredith was his property actively judging and pursuing her when he was “commited“ to Addison. He cheated with Meredith, broke up with Addison and immediately went after Meredith again not once thinking about how much that would hurt Addison. He was rude and demeaning the whole time Meredith was seeing Finn acting like Meredith wanting to be with anyone but him was ridiculous. He called Meredith a whore and judged her about her actions when he was married. He keeps trying to push her friends away because they are together now so she doesn’t need her people anymore and they don’t need her. He constantly gives speeches about Meredith how has a right to scared but then judges her when she is. He constantly berates and shames her friends especially Alex and Christina. He acted like a spoiled brat during the during the whole chief race because he felt he should just get it because the chief promised him it and he thought he was better than Mark and Addison. He was super judgey that Addison and Mark tried a relationship when he ran away. He constantly demands that Meredith do everything his way and when they break up he never gives her space to think ever. He kisses Rose and then again blames Meredith and Rose. He pursues Rose, knows he doesn’t like her, breaks up with her and tries to bully her into leaving when she is hurt. He moves in with Meredith and immediately wants to kick Alex and Izzie out so he can have an office and because it should be about their life. He bribes Christina to be on his side an tries push Meredith into kicking them out because he wants it. He is awful to his sisters most of the time. He never fails to see the worst in Mark no matter what and never failed to throw a punch or two his way. Plus whenever Mark tried to real with him he brushes it off like when he told him about Lexie punched him and then held grudge which was weird and ridiculous because Lexie is Merediths sister so if anyone should have been mad it was Meredith and she wasn’t. He constantly bullied Amelia, reminded her of all her flaws and never stood up for her when someone used AA against her. He threw a tantrum whenever someone disagreed with him or was a condescending jackass as Amelia said. He constantly tries to force Meredith into relationships with her sisters and never once brings his sisters over to meet his children or see his home. He always thought he was better or smarter than anyone else in neuro. He was the first to shame or blame anyone. He kept running away first to the trailer when he found out his death count and when Meredith went to him he was cruel and then washington because the president picked him. He flirted with the girl in Washington I saw the flashback, he knew what he was doing. That’s what I got right now. I like Derek but he has a lot of not so dreamy qualities. And I am not seeing any reason why Meredith or Addison would want to be with him.
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2020.05.16 16:36 Gaelfling [Discussion] NoSleep Podcast S14E14

It’s Episode 14 of Season 14. This week we conjure spells for you about the oh so innocent things which will shatter us.
Tainted” written by W.C. Jones (Story starts around 00:02:40)
Produced by: Jeff Clement
Cast: Jessica – Jessica McEvoy, John – Elie Hirschman, Old woman – Erin Lillis, Old woman’s son – David Cummings, Submarine Man – Jesse Cornett, Nurse – Nichole Goodnight
Spider” written by Joseph Yenkavitch (Story starts around 00:33:50)
Produced by: Phil Michalski
Cast: Narrator – David Ault
Twelve Hands” written by S.H.Cooper (Story starts around 01:06:30)
Produced by: Phil Michalski
Cast: Narrator – Penny Scott-Andrews, Jimmy – Andy Cresswell
The Hunted” written by Antonio P. (Story starts around 01:20:40)
Produced by: Phil Michalski
Cast: Narrator – Addison Peacock, Mom – Nikolle Doolin, Dad – Peter Lewis, Nikita – Nichole Goodnight, Hunter – Mick Wingert
Black Friday” written by AA Peterson (Story starts around 01:44:30)
Produced by: Jesse Cornett
Cast: Narrator – Atticus Jackson, Dad – Mike DelGaudio, Mom – Sarah Ruth Thomas, Grandpa – David Cummings, Grandma – Nikolle Doolin, Mr. Schande – Graham Rowat, Shelly Jackman – Jessica McEvoy, Woman – Erin Lillis, Man – Mick Wingert, Jerrod – Dan Zappulla, David Stanilus – Kyle Akers
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2020.04.27 12:24 JamesXXI BROOO Amelia is WILD

I’m on S5 E8 when Amelia goes into work and she’s an addict. She was mad disrespectful to Charlotte, Addison, Violet, and Pete. It was cringe and jaw dropping. It was corny when Violet and Pete laughed on the floor.
They’re so hypocritical, we will not be enablers. BULLSHIT. She hit they ass with an ultimatum and they fumbled under pressure. Fuck all that take her license, I’m spiteful. I’m doing this for your well being, but I’ll be fine. I might have to live with what I did and it might hurt when I see you in the future, strung out or not.
And everyone’s such a Pussy, in a room full of judge mental people no one pushed back. I always hated that about tv, people shit be stank and no one calls them out on it. She comes in and tells them they’re intervention is fucked up because one of them is supposed to be speaking, but instead it’s Lenny, the head of AA or whatever. (Why is every recovered addicts name Lenny?) She almost leaves before Addison speaks up with that weak ass shit. Oh I care. Nah fuck that, you have choices my G. Throw away the life you built or get sober. She throws a temper tantrum and goes into her office.
This next part pisses me off. Lenny points out that she’s high right now and in any minute she’ll come out. None of them agrees besides Jake and Charlotte, who is a recovered addict and one studied addiction. Although, I think Jake was either an addict or someone in his family was. And they still seemed skeptical while waiting for Amelia. What really got me was when Addison asked Lenny for her credentials. BITCH... Don’t bring that cowardly shit over here. I was angry. It’s so childish, the problem is Amelia but you can’t solve it so you blame Lenny? She’s get me so angry, she’s such a coward but she thinks of herself so high and mighty.
Now that Addison pissed me off, I felt bad for her because... whew.... the shit that Charlotte said literally made me drop my jaw. This is going to sound ignorant, but Amelia face would’ve been busted and she would’ve been sober because she would’ve spent at least a week in the hospital if she were to say any of that to the woman I knew. I felt really bad for Addison. Jake’s talk made sense but it was pointless she’s an addict and she doesn’t care.
She comes out and they tried to roofie her drink??? I know it’s a drug, but it’s like sneakingly giving someone a Tylenol when they have a head ache? You’re helping them. Nonetheless she knows better and turns it down. “If you want me sober give me an Oxy”. FUCK NO, take her license. They’re undecided so they vote, Addison, Jake and Violet (Violets vote doesn’t matter)says yes. Jake says yes because he thinks it’s a disease, I have Sam’s viewpoint. I think certain people can call it a disease. Charlotte’s was a disease because she had painkillers that were prescribed and got hooked. When you take something by choice not a disease, if you said no the 1st, 2nd or 3rd time you wouldn’t be an addict. But whatever. Addison is just being a pussy and giving in (I feel bad because now I feel like I’m bashing her).
Overall the no’s win. Amelia throws a tantrum and begins chanting. Addison’s punk ass gives her an Oxy, so basically fuck everyone else’s input. I’m annoyed by Sheldon too on this one.
This next part is mad wild though. Addison gives Amelia the Oxy and she tries to walk away to take it. Lenny’s like nah motherfucker if you want to do it, do it in front of those you love or not at all. Amelia looked like she wasn’t bout it so I’m like good shit Lenny. Amelia then walks behind the desk, “so I’m like oh, she’s just getting water”. She lifts the Oxy over her head as if she’s bout to drop it in her mouth and I’m like “SHES WILD” (I literally said this while in my room, alone. That’s how wild I thought this was). She didn’t, instead she grabs the stapler and crushed it and we seen enough movies to know she’s going to inhale that shit. She then grabs a business card... THE OFFICES BUSINESS CARD to straighten her crushed Oxy so she can do a line. I immediately said take her fucking license. She a loose cannon. Bitch do Oxy in a line form in front of me I’m calling the Cops, The pastor, your job, your parents, aunties, uncles, Jesus, and whatever God you believe in. This shit comes in a pill, but you rather take it up your nose? I’m aware you get higher faster or it’s a better high but damn. No decency.
She listens to them so then I’m a little shocked, maybe I’m wrong but here cooked Ryan to save the day. To be fair though, I’m not mad at Ryan because he can function and Amelia cannot. I don’t think they should date but they just said they’ll get sober together so let’s see.
My point is, they should’ve stuck with the original ultimatum and should’ve stopped being pussies and letting Amelia walk over them. In the end, not only could they convince her not to do drugs. They gave her drugs at HER intervention... the irony is off the charts. PUSSIES.
I apologize for the typos, I rushed because PP never had me this hyped and I want to finish it. I would love to know your insights on this episode, or overall complaints and appreciations regarding PP.
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2020.03.08 04:49 beyoncheyyyy [Spoilers] While I’m in the minority of those who didn’t hate 16x16 I’ve read everyone’s rewrites, so here’s my super out there tragedy version I would’ve written.

I would erase everyone receiving texts from Alex in previous episodes, as well as Jo receiving a text from Alex’s mom claiming he was never in Iowa.
Instead, I would have the show start with Jo flying into Iowa to figure out why she hasn’t heard from Alex since he left. She shows up at his mom’s house but no one will answer, even though a car is in the driveway. She calls the police to have a wellness check done. The police enter the house and then somberly come back out. While they break the news of what they’ve found to Jo, we don’t hear it, the sound goes silent. Jo pushes through the police officers to rush into the home. We only see her reaction to what she’s seeing, as the officers attempt to console her. Slowly it pans around to what she’s seeing, a murder suicide by gunshot from his mother.
Jo is escorted to the police station while the coroner comes out to transfer the bodies. She’s in the station when Meredith, Miranda and Richard arrive. They don’t know what’s happened, only that something is wrong with Alex. Jo is so overcome with emotion, that an officer has to break the news to the trio who’ve just arrived. Miranda and Richard break down, but Meredith is stoic, with a bit of emotion in her eyes. She pulls Jo into a supportive hug, but then stares into the camera without emotion.
Cut to my dream scenario burial, the camera slowly shows the people standing by Alex’s gravesite. Jackson, Catherine, Richard, Maggie, Miranda, Ben. Then we see April, beside her is Arizona who grabs Callie’s hand in support and we see a fresh wedding ring on her finger, Amelia, Addison, Jo, Meredith and finally, Cristina. As the burial finishes, everyone begins to walk away, Meredith grabs Cristina’s hand and we hear Cristina say, “I can’t believe it, our Evil Spawn.”
Next we see Miranda return home, while she’s walking through her house we hear a series of snippets from her conversations with Alex. Then we see Webber walking down the sidewalk, the same type of conversations play for him as we see him walk into an AA meeting. Next is Jo as she opens the door to the apartment she shared with Alex, a replay of their conversations is overheard as she breaks down. Finally, we see Meredith, she enters her house and starts walking up the stairs, her best conversation snippets with Alex are overheard, she opens the door to her bedroom, falls on the bed and we finally see her begin to break down and cry. She pulls herself into a fetal position style hug as an acoustic (possibly violin) version of Chasing Cars plays. “If I lay here, if I just lay here, would you lie with me and just forget the world.” We fade to a collage of Alex’s pictures while the Grey’s sign shows.
The end.
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2020.02.28 21:24 IAPiratesFan IAPF’s 2020 Season Preview.

The start of a new season is here once again. As we enter a new decade, we see some of the top prospects of our past with other teams. Gerrit Cole is a really rich dude with the Yankees and all we got for it is an average starter in Joe Musgrove and a whole bunch of nothing. Austin Meadows and Tyler Glasnow are in Tampa Bay both looking like the stars we could have used in Pittsburgh.
But now we have to watch Ben Cherington deal with the massive mess that Huntington left behind. This team was pretty much on the border between good and bad for the three seasons 2016-18. At a time when it would have been best to start rebuilding since they couldn’t win with what they had, the Pirates going in to last year stood pat. They came back from the All-Star Break and quickly fell off a cliff. They were out of it by July 25th. Instead of trying to trade away veteran players at the deadline, they stood pat. The disaster continued and culminated in late September with Felipe Vazquez being arrested for raping a teenage girl. They ended the season by playing at a 56-106 pace the second half of the season.
The first head to roll was Clint Hurdle. I was calling for his being fired in 2012 so I was good with this move but felt it made little difference because the guy who had put this awful team together was still the General Manager. While trying to hire a new manager, they went along and fired Huntington and Coonelly. Right away they hired Travis Williams as president and he went to work getting a new GM. He hired Ben Cheington and then he hired Derek Shelton.
Already the team is mounting up the losses in the Grapefruit League and getting lots of practice walking off the field while the other team shakes hands after another solid victory over the Pirates. Let’s take a look at who will be walking off the field in defeat this year...
Catcher: So far the Pirates have Jacob Stallings and Luke Maile. Makes me long for the good old days of seeing Russell Martin or Francisco Cervelli behind home plate. Elias Diaz was terrible last year but due to his health issues early on, I thought cutting him was a bit drastic. However I decided to look in to it more and after a pretty good May and June, he collapsed July-September batting .199 those three months and looking lost at the plate. The Pirates didn’t make a huge mistake releasing him and now they have to figure out what to do long term at catcher. They got two defensive catchers but they have set themselves up to have two black holes in the lineup with catchers and pitchers.
Corner Infield: Josh Bell will be the Pirates biggest trade chip this year. They obviously want him to do well with the bat and hoping he can improve a bit on the field to make him attractive to other teams. If any American League teams are looking for a DH at the deadline, he could probably do that job pretty well. As for third base, we get another year of the Column. He will probably be able to keep balls from reaching the out field as well as my strainer keeps the water out of the sink when I make spaghetti. Unlike catcher, the Pirates have KeBryan Hayes at 3B and Will Craig at 1B as possible long term replacements in AAA probably ready to come up soon.
Middle Infield: Coming in to this year, the Pirates have a pretty good middle infield situation. At 2B the Pirates have Adam Frazier who should also be a trade chip. This would normally leave the position vacant but the Pirates got Kevin Newman who looked like he didn’t belong in AA early on last year to cementing his name to the active roster for the foreseeable future. Instead of staying at shortstop, he could move to 2B and let Cole Tucker take over SS when he’s ready. We also still have Erik Gonzalez for some reason...
Outfield: With Marte gone already, the Pirates are down to Bryan Reynolds and some other guys. Gregory Polanco is reportedly coming back this year and is completely healed. In 2018, he looked like a guy who had finally started to figuring things out in MLB. Then came the shoulder injury late that season and was never healed for 2019. He was supposed to be the next Dave Parker, instead he was just the next big disappointment. We will get a chance to see if Bryan Reynolds is the real deal or a fraud, I’m leaning toward Real Deal and in which case the Pirates might want to start thinking long term deal for him. Jarrod Dyson might run like Willie Mays but he hits like shit. JT Riddle will probably get some playing time in the OF since he got some experience playing in the OF last year. Guillermo Heredia and Jason Martin could also get some play time. So we got about ⅓ of an outfield right now. Can’t believe how fast the days of Marte, McCutchen and Polanco in the OF every game ended.
Starting Pitchers: So we got Trevor Williams, Joe Musgrove, Chris Archer, Mitch Keller and maybe Chad Kuhl and if not him, I dunno. Maybe they can call up the guy I went to high school with who pitched for a few years in the Giants and Brewers minor league systems. Or maybe they can get Bob Walk to make a few starts. Or call up Kris Benson or Paul Maholm to see if they want to make a major league comeback. We would ask the guy we drafted between the Nationals taking Bryce Harper and the Orioles taking Manny Machado and ahead of such useless bums like Chris Sale, Christian Yelich, Matt Harvey and Yasmani Grandal, but he’s injured until 2021.
Relief Pitchers: Last year it was like an automatic save every time Vazquez took the mound. Today and for probably the next decade or so, he won’t stand on a pitchers mound and now we Pirates fans get to watch Keona Kela be the closer. Considering he’s done it before doesn’t make him a huge downgrade but he’s no Vazquez. We also got a bunch of other average relief pitchers. Edgar Santana should be back from Tommy John this year. I’m sure Kyle Crick is ready to give up more game winning grand slams to the Cardinals. With any luck Richard Rodriguez and Michael Feliz won’t completely suck. But yeah, not a great bullpen here. More like a Shart tank than a shark tank.
Manager and Coaching Staff: Derek Shelton will start his major league managing career with the Pirates. The last two guys who started their managing career with the Pirates were Lloyd McClendon and John Russell. So to improve on them shouldn’t be too hard. However, he has a mess of a team to manage and it’s not his fault that they suck. It’d be nice to see some common sense from him and his staff when it comes to in game decisions. Hurdle’s most annoying tendency was pulling struggling pitchers a batter too late than too early and his constant playing favorites with guys who shouldn’t be everyday starters like with Sean Rodriguez. When good rookies come up, I’d like to see them play every day irregardless of how some veterans might feel about being benched. The fact that Rick Eckstein is coming back and that Don Kelly is very well regarded and on this staff is a positive to me, but let’s see how it all works out.
General Manager and Front Office: Ben Cherington deserves a chance to run this organization the way he wants. It will take time to fix this enormous mess. The Marte trade was a good start, we got a top 100 prospect out of the deal and it might be two be this time next year. Furthermore, he’s brought in some interesting front office people so far. Time is the key here though, there will be no fast turn around. Thankfully Huntington didn’t completely ruin the organization and there are some good prospects in the system already but we clearly needed a new direction. I would say that if Cherington lives up to his reputation we might be back in three years or so, if it’s 2024 and this team still sucks, it might be time to get out the torches and pitch forks.
Ownership: Bobblehead Nothing has been the face of the Pirates ownership for 13 years now. He and his family had been minority owners of the team dating back to when McClatchy bought the team. He’s a lazy hands off owner who just let Neal Huntington stick around about two or three years after his “expiration date”. It’s unknown if he was a cheap ass who refused to let Huntington spend after 2015, but it would seem to make sense. Considering the huge increases in attendance 2012-15, not to mention more money coming from national tv deals, the Pirates didn’t really keep up with the rest of baseball when it came to payroll.
The Rest of the Division: If it makes you feel better, three of the other four teams in this division basically sat on their asses and did nothing this past offseason as well. The Cardinals tried to get Nolan Arenado, but they couldn’t get anything done with the dumbass Rockies management yet, hopefully he’s shipped off elsewhere or to us. Ok, he’s not coming to Pittsburgh except as a visiting player. Otherwise the Rat Birds lost Michael Wacha and Marcell Ozuna to free agency so their roster was downgraded a bit, of course they’ll just call up a few unknown guys who will turn in to the next Lou Brock and Bob Gibson. The Brewers lost a handful of players to free agency and they haven’t done much to replace them. Their big additions are Brock Holt, Justin Smoak and Jed Gyerko. Guys who are cheap but could be useful. The Cubs lost Cole Hamels, Nicholas Castellanos, Pedro Strop, Steve Cishek Addison Russell and Brandon Kintzler to free agency. Since then they brought in um. Let me see here. Jason Kipnis? That’s it? Considering that they are likely taking in huge wads of money from their new tv network, it’s almost criminal that they did nothing. Oh well. Glad they did nothing, it will be entertaining watching Cubs fans complain about their ownership and management this year.
Then there’s the Reds. They actually upgraded their roster. I hate to give too much credence to teams who win the off season, so often teams are seen as upgrading their roster and then they do nothing in the regular season (2012 Marlins. 2014 Padres). Obviously though, the Reds smell a weak division in 2020 and see this as an opportunity to try to win something.
Predictions: I think this team will be bad. Even if they went out and spent a bunch this team would be bad. They don’t have the talent and after the All Star break, they played at a 56-106 pace. On the other hand, the rest of this division is unimpressive too. So here’s my standings:
Reds 88-74 Cardinals 84-78 Brewers 83-79 Cubs 78-84 Pirates 63-99
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2019.11.12 23:39 MarleyEngvall دولة قطر has been created

By Joseph Addison XII. THE COVERLEY WITCH.° THERE are some opinions in which a man should stand neuter, without engaging his assent to one side or the other. Such a hovering faith as this, which refuses to settle upon any determination, is absolutely necessary to a mind that is careful to avoid errors and prepossessions. When the arguments press equally on both sides in matters that are indifferent to us, the safest method is to give up ourselves to neither. It is with this temper of mind that I consider the subject of witchcraft. When I hear the relations that are made from all parts of the world, not only from Norway and Lapland, from the East and West Indies, but from every particular nation in Europe, I cannot forbear thinking that there is such an inter- course and commerce with evil spirits as that which we express by the name of witchcraft. But when I consider that the ignorant and credulous parts of the world abound most in these relations, and that the persons among us who are supposed to engage in such an infernal commerce are people of a weak under- standing and a crazed imagination, and at the same time reflect upon the many impostures and delusions of this nature that have been detected in all ages, I endeavor to suspend my belief till I hear more certain accounts than any which have yet come to my knowl- edge. In short, when I considered the question, whether there are such persons in the world as those we call witches, my mind is divided between the two oppo- site opinions: or rather (to speak my thoughts freely) I believe in general that there is, and has been, such a thing as witchcraft; but at the same time can give no credit to any particular instance of it. I am engaged in this speculation by some occur- rences that I met with yesterday, which I shall give my reader an account of at large. As I was walking with my friend Sir Roger by the side of one of his woods, an old woman applied herself to me for my charity. Her dress and figure put me in mind of the following description in Otway:—— In a close lane as I pursued my journey, I spied a wrinkled hag, with age grown double, picking dry sticks, and mumbling to herself. Her eyes with scalding rheum were gall'd and red; Cold palsy shook her head; her hands seem'd withered; And on her crooked shoulders had she wrapp'd The tatter'd remnants of an old striped hanging, Which served to keep her carcase from the cold: So there was nothing of a piece about her. Her lower weeds were all o'er coarsely patch'd With diff-rent color'd rags, black, red, white, yellow, And seem'd to speak variety of wretchedness. As I was musing on this description, and comparing it with the object before me, the Knight told me that this very old woman had the reputation of a witch all over the country, that her lips were observed to be always in motion, and that there was not a switch about her house which her neighbors did not believe had carried her several hundreds of miles. If she chanced to stumble, they always found sticks or straws that lay in the figure of a cross before her. If she made any mistake at church, and cried Amen in the wrong place, they never failed to conclude that she was saying her prayers backwards. There was not a maid in the parish that would take a pin of her, though she would offer a bag of money with it. She goes by the name of Moll White, and has made the country ring with several imaginary exploits which are palmed upon her. If the dairy maid does not make her butter come so soon as she should have it, Moll White is at the bottom f the churn. If a horse sweats in the stable, Moll White has been upon his back. If a hare makes an unexpected escape from the hounds, the huntsman curses Moll While. "Nay," says Sir Roger, "I have known the master of the pack, upon such an occasion, and sent one of his servants to see if Moll White had been out that morning." This account raised my curiosity so far, that I begged my friend Sir Roger to go with me into her hovel, which stood in a solitary corner under the side of the wood. Upon our first entering Sir Roger winked to me, and pointed at something that stood behind the door, which, upon looking that way, I found to be an old broomstaff. At the same time he whispered to me in the ear to take notice of a tabby cat that sat in the chimney-corner, which , as the old Knight told me, lay under as bad a report as Moll White herself; for besides that Moll is said often to accompany her in the same shape, the cat is reported to have spoken twice or thrice in her life, and to have played several pranks above the capacity of an ordinary cat. I was secretly concerned to see human nature in so much wretchedness and disgrace, but at the same time could not forbear smiling to hear Sir Roger, who is a little puzzled about the old woman, advising her as a Justice of Peace to avoid all communication with the devil, and never to hurt any of her neighbors' cattle. We concluded our visit with a bounty, which was very acceptable. In our return home, Sir Roger told me that old Moll had been often brought before him for making chil- dren spit pins, and giving maids the nightmare; and that the country people would be tossing her into a pond and trying experiments with her every day, if it was not for him and his chaplain. I have since found upon inquiry that Sir Roger was several times staggered with the reports that had been brought him concerning this old woman, and would frequently have bound her over to the county sessions had not his chaplain, with much ado, persuaded him to the contrary. I have been the more particular in this account, because I hear there is scarce a village in England that has not a Moll White in it. When an old woman begins to dote, ad grow chargeable to a parish, she is generally turned into a witch, and fills the whole country with extravagant fancies, imaginary distem- pers, and terrifying dreams. In the meantime, the poor wretch that is the innocent occasion of so many evils begins to be frightened at herself, and sometimes confesses secret commerce and familiarities that her imagination forms in a delirious old age. This fre- quently cuts off charity from the greatest objects of compassion, and inspires people with a malevolence towards those poor decrepit parts of our species, in whom human nature is defaced by infirmity and dotage. 
Sir Roger de Coverley : Essays from The Spectator, by Joseph Addison and Richard Steel; Edited, with notes and an introduction, by Zelma Gray, Instructor of English in the East Side High School, Saginaw Michigan The Macmillan Company, New York 1920; pp. 69 - 74
History of the Jewish Church, vol. I — Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, D.D.
[Preface] [Introduction] I—The Call of Abraham [i.] [ii.] II—Abraham and Isaac [i.] [ii.] III—Jacob [i.] [ii.] IV—Israel in Egypt [i.] [ii.] V—The Exodus [i.] [ii.] VI—The Wilderness [i.] VII—Sinai and the Law [i.] [ii.] VIII—Kadesh and Pisgah [i.] [ii.] IX—The Conquest of Palestine [i.] X—The Conquest of Western Palestine—The Fall of Jericho [i.] XI—The Conquest of Western Palestine—Battle of Beth-horon [i.] XII : The Battle of Merom and Settlement of the Tribes [i.] XII : The Battle of Merom and Settlement of the Tribes [ii.] XIII : Israel Under the Judges [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XIV : Deborah [i.] [ii.] XV : Gideon [i.] [ii.] XVI : Jephthah and Samson [i.] [ii.] XVII : The Fall of Shiloh [i.] XVIII : Samuel and the Prophetical Office [i.] [ii.] XIX : The History of the Prophetical Order [i.] [ii.] XX : On the Nature of the Prophetical Teachings [i.] [ii.] Appendix I : The Traditional Localities of Abraham's Migration [i] Appendix II : The Cave at Machpelah [i.] [ii.] Appendix III : The Samaritan Passover [i.]
History of the Jewish Church, vol. II
[Preface] XXI—The House of Saul [i.] [ii.] XXII—The Youth of David [i.] [ii.] XXIII—The Reign of David [i.] [ii.] XXIV—The Fall of David [i.] [ii.] XXV—The Psalter of David [i.] [ii.] XXVI—The Empire of Solomon [i.] [ii.] XXVII—The Temple of Solomon [i.] [ii.] XXVIII—The Wisdom of Solomon [i.] [ii.] XXIX—The House of Jeroboam—Ahijah and Iddo [i.] [ii.] XXX—The House of Omri—Elijah [i.] [ii.] XXXI—The House of Omri—Elisha [i.] XXXII—The House of Omri—Jehu [i.] XXXIII—The House of Jehu—The Syrian Wars, and the Prophet Jonah [i.] XXXIV—The Fall of Samaria [i.] XXXV—The First Kings of Judah [i.] [ii.] XXXVI—The Jewish Priesthood [i.] [ii.] XXXVII—The Age of Uzziah [i.] [ii.] XXXVIII—Hezekiah [i.] [ii.] XXXIX—Manasseh and Josiah [i.] [ii.] XL—Jeremiah and the Fall of Jerusalem [i.] [ii.] [iii.] [iv.] [Notes, Volume II]
History of the Jewish Church, vol. III
[Preface] XLI—The Babylonian Captivity [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XLII—The Fall of Babylon [i.] [ii.] XLIII—Persian Dominon—The Return [i.] [ii.] XLIV—Ezra and Nehemiah [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XLV—Malachi [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XLVI—Socrates [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XLVII—Alexandria [i.] [ii.] [iii.] XLVIII—Judas Maccabæus [i.] [ii.] [iii.] [iv.] XLIX—The Asmonean Dynasty [i.] [ii.] [iii.] L—Herod [i.] [ii.] [iii.] [iv.] [v.]
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2019.08.17 13:00 FOMoves FOMoves Daily - MiLB - 08/16/19

International League AAA (total moves: 32)
Mexican League AAA (total moves: 11)
Pacific Coast League AAA (total moves: 27)
Eastern League AA (total moves: 12)
Southern League AA (total moves: 4)
Texas League AA (total moves: 6)
Midwest League A (Full) (total moves: 12)
South Atlantic League A (Full) (total moves: 4)
California League A (Adv) (total moves: 7)
Carolina League A (Adv) (total moves: 4)
Florida State League A (Adv) (total moves: 6)
New York-Penn League A (Short) (total moves: 3)
Northwest League A (Short) (total moves: 4)
Appalachian League Rookie (total moves: 5)
Arizona League Rookie (total moves: 12)
Dominican Summer League Rookie (total moves: 9)
Gulf Coast League Rookie (total moves: 4)
Pioneer League Rookie (total moves: 2)
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2019.08.13 13:01 milb_bot 08/13/19 Daily Hitters Discussion Thread

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Yesterday's Standout Hitters

stats for games since 07/04/2019
 

AAA Standouts

Gavin Lux 1/5 HR K -- [SS, 21, PCL-LAD] - [F] [T] .425 BA .510 OBP .378 ISO 127 AB 10 HR 3 SB 14 BB% 16 K%
Jesus Sanchez 2/4 HR -- [RF, 21, PCL-FLA] - [F] [T] .270 BA .343 OBP .191 ISO 115 AB 5 HR 10 BB% 22 K%
Kyle Tucker 2/5 2 HR -- [RF, 22, PCL-HOU] - [F] [T] .245 BA .359 OBP .274 ISO 106 AB 8 HR 6 SB 13 BB% 17 K%
Magneuris Sierra 2/4 HR -- [CF, 23, PCL-FLA] - [F] [T] .246 BA .291 OBP .175 ISO 126 AB 4 HR 9 SB 5 BB% 20 K%
Troy Stokes Jr. 2/5 2B SB -- [LF, 23, PCL-MIL] - [F] [T] .308 BA .389 OBP .187 ISO 91 AB 2 HR 4 SB 11 BB% 22 K%
Michael Gettys 3/4 2 HR K -- [LF, 23, PCL-SDP] - [F] [T] .248 BA .298 OBP .248 ISO 113 AB 7 HR 2 SB 4 BB% 32 K%
Zach McKinstry 2/4 2B HR K -- [2B, 24, PCL-LAD] - [F] [T] .365 BA .437 OBP .230 ISO 126 AB 6 HR 3 SB 9 BB% 15 K%
Jacob Nottingham 1/3 2B BB SB -- [C, 24, PCL-MIL] - [F] [T] .212 BA .284 OBP .106 ISO 85 AB 1 HR 3 SB 5 BB% 23 K%
Nick Solak 3/4 2B HR K -- [2B, 24, PCL-TEX] - [F] [T] .305 BA .336 OBP .305 ISO 118 AB 10 HR 2 SB 3 BB% 25 K%
Brett Phillips 2/3 3B BB SB -- [RF, 25, PCL-KCR] - [F] [T] .271 BA .406 OBP .364 ISO 107 AB 8 HR 9 SB 17 BB% 24 K%
Addison Russell 2/3 HR BB -- [SS, 25, PCL-CHC] - [F] [T] .356 BA .418 OBP .289 ISO 45 AB 3 HR 10 BB% 18 K%
Jecksson Flores 1/2 BB 2 SB -- [2B, 25, PCL-KCR] - [F] [T] .261 BA .333 OBP .099 ISO 111 AB 3 HR 6 SB 8 BB% 17 K%
Chuck Taylor 2/3 HR BB -- [LF, 25, PCL-WAS] - [F] [T] .203 BA .323 OBP .139 ISO 79 AB 2 HR 13 BB% 23 K%
Seth Brown 3/4 2B 2 HR -- [LF, 27, PCL-OAK] - [F] [T] .310 BA .382 OBP .429 ISO 126 AB 16 HR 2 SB 9 BB% 21 K%
 

AA Standouts

Jarred Kelenic 2/4 2B K SB -- [CF, 20, TEX-SEA] - [F] [T] .333 BA .400 OBP .186 ISO 102 AB 3 HR 7 SB 9 BB% 25 K%
Dylan Carlson 0/2 3BB K 2 SB -- [CF, 20, TEX-STL] - [F] [T] .273 BA .360 OBP .248 ISO 121 AB 8 HR 7 SB 10 BB% 24 K%
Leody Taveras 3/5 -- [CF, 20, TEX-TEX] - [F] [T] .263 BA .316 OBP .095 ISO 137 AB 2 HR 6 SB 7 BB% 18 K%
Khalil Lee 2/4 2K SB -- [RF, 21, TEX-KCR] - [F] [T] .246 BA .345 OBP .066 ISO 122 AB 1 HR 10 SB 12 BB% 30 K%
Brendon Davis 1/2 HR 2BB -- [LF, 22, TEX-TEX] - [F] [T] .198 BA .330 OBP .077 ISO 91 AB 2 HR 15 BB% 30 K%
Connor Wong 0/1 3BB SB -- [C, 23, TEX-LAD] - [F] [T] .290 BA .339 OBP .206 ISO 107 AB 3 HR 2 SB 5 BB% 23 K%
Jake Adams 2/4 2B HR K -- [1B, 23, TEX-HOU] - [F] [T] .218 BA .305 OBP .149 ISO 101 AB 4 HR 3 SB 10 BB% 22 K%
 

A+ Standouts

Wander Franco 1/3 2B 2BB -- [SS, 18, FSL-TB] - [F] [T] .305 BA .375 OBP .110 ISO 118 AB 1 HR 2 SB 11 BB% 8 K%
Connor Scott 3/5 2K SB -- [CF, 19, FSL-FLA] - [F] [T] .336 BA .415 OBP .141 ISO 128 AB 1 HR 5 SB 12 BB% 17 K%
Rafael Marchan 0/2 BB SB -- [C, 20, FSL-PHI] - [F] [T] .247 BA .317 OBP .043 ISO 93 AB 1 SB 9 BB% 13 K%
Alejandro Kirk 2/3 2B BB -- [C, 20, FSL-TOR] - [F] [T] .265 BA .340 OBP .181 ISO 83 AB 2 HR 2 SB 9 BB% 8 K%
Moises Gomez 2/4 HR K -- [DH, 20, FSL-TB] - [F] [T] .237 BA .321 OBP .254 ISO 114 AB 6 HR 1 SB 10 BB% 25 K%
Pablo Olivares 2/2 2BB SB -- [LF, 21, FSL-NYY] - [F] [T] .291 BA .405 OBP .045 ISO 110 AB 8 SB 9 BB% 11 K%
Estevan Florial 2/3 HR BB -- [CF, 21, FSL-NYY] - [F] [T] .252 BA .309 OBP .146 ISO 123 AB 3 HR 3 SB 8 BB% 32 K%
JJ Bleday 1/4 HR BB 2K -- [RF, 21, FSL-FLA] - [F] [T] .205 BA .233 OBP .133 ISO 83 AB 2 HR 3 BB% 23 K%
Jerar Encarnacion 1/2 3BB -- [LF, 21, FSL-FLA] - [F] [T] .261 BA .313 OBP .094 ISO 138 AB 3 HR 7 BB% 24 K%
 

A Standouts

Daniel Ozoria 3/4 K SB -- [3B, 18, MID-MIN] - [F] [T] .205 BA .276 OBP .057 ISO 88 AB 1 HR 4 SB 7 BB% 23 K%
Jonathan Ornelas 2/5 2B K SB -- [SS, 19, SAL-TEX] - [F] [T] .240 BA .319 OBP .080 ISO 100 AB 1 SB 8 BB% 18 K%
Bo Naylor 2/5 2B 3B 2K -- [C, 19, MID-CLE] - [F] [T] .252 BA .316 OBP .187 ISO 123 AB 4 HR 3 SB 8 BB% 21 K%
Gabriel Moreno 2/4 HR 2K -- [DH, 19, MID-TOR] - [F] [T] .308 BA .358 OBP .233 ISO 120 AB 6 HR 1 SB 6 BB% 9 K%
Triston Casas 1/4 2B BB -- [DH, 19, SAL-BOS] - [F] [T] .195 BA .345 OBP .133 ISO 113 AB 3 HR 1 SB 15 BB% 21 K%
Abrahan Gutierrez 2/4 HR 2K -- [C, 19, SAL-PHI] - [F] [T] .193 BA .287 OBP .048 ISO 83 AB 1 HR 1 SB 10 BB% 25 K%
Wenceel Perez 2/5 SB -- [SS, 19, MID-DET] - [F] [T] .228 BA .295 OBP .087 ISO 127 AB 1 HR 6 SB 8 BB% 14 K%
Pablo Abreu 2/4 2B -- [RF, 19, MID-MIL] - [F] [T] .234 BA .301 OBP .156 ISO 64 AB 1 HR 8 BB% 34 K%
Grant Lavigne 2/3 HR 2BB K -- [1B, 19, SAL-COL] - [F] [T] .252 BA .352 OBP .054 ISO 111 AB 1 HR 1 SB 11 BB% 24 K%
Tyler Esplin 3/5 3B K -- [RF, 20, SAL-BOS] - [F] [T] .263 BA .346 OBP .136 ISO 118 AB 2 HR 1 SB 10 BB% 24 K%
Blaze Alexander 2/5 SB -- [SS, 20, MID-ARI] - [F] [T] .295 BA .379 OBP .134 ISO 112 AB 2 HR 6 SB 11 BB% 21 K%
Jose Fermin 3/4 BB -- [2B, 20, MID-CLE] - [F] [T] .354 BA .423 OBP .055 ISO 127 AB 1 HR 8 SB 6 BB% 6 K%
Juan Fernandez 1/3 HR BB K -- [C, 20, MID-SDP] - [F] [T] .288 BA .393 OBP .192 ISO 52 AB 2 HR 1 SB 14 BB% 18 K%
Jonathan Aranda 2/3 3B BB -- [2B, 21, MID-TB] - [F] [T] .306 BA .380 OBP .169 ISO 124 AB 2 HR 11 BB% 16 K%
Thomas Jones 4/5 2 2B -- [RF, 21, MID-FLA] - [F] [T] .284 BA .359 OBP .147 ISO 116 AB 2 HR 3 SB 5 BB% 25 K%
Braden Shewmake 2/4 2 2B BB 2 SB -- [SS, 21, SAL-ATL] - [F] [T] .276 BA .364 OBP .149 ISO 134 AB 2 HR 10 SB 11 BB% 13 K%
Jonah Davis 4/4 2 2B HR BB -- [CF, 22, SAL-PIT] - [F] [T] .333 BA .392 OBP .341 ISO 135 AB 12 HR 3 SB 9 BB% 28 K%
Peyton Burdick 2/3 2 HR BB K -- [LF, 22, MID-FLA] - [F] [T] .322 BA .399 OBP .267 ISO 146 AB 7 HR 2 SB 10 BB% 21 K%
Greg Cullen 3/4 HR BB -- [2B, 22, SAL-ATL] - [F] [T] .291 BA .443 OBP .145 ISO 110 AB 4 HR 15 BB% 14 K%
Ramon Beltre 3/5 2 2B K SB -- [2B, 22, SAL-CWS] - [F] [T] .218 BA .236 OBP .113 ISO 124 AB 2 HR 2 SB 2 BB% 24 K%
 

A (Short Season) Standouts

Alexander Ovalles 2/4 HR K -- [RF, 18, NWL-TEX] - [F] [T] .340 BA .398 OBP .198 ISO 106 AB 3 HR 2 SB 9 BB% 18 K%
Johnathan Rodriguez 2/4 2B HR K -- [RF, 19, NYP-CLE] - [F] [T] .216 BA .294 OBP .180 ISO 111 AB 4 HR 1 SB 9 BB% 27 K%
Nathan Perry 2/5 2B HR 2K -- [DH, 20, NYP-HOU] - [F] [T] .231 BA .384 OBP .214 ISO 117 AB 6 HR 18 BB% 19 K%
Eddie Hernandez 1/3 HR BB K SB -- [2B, 20, NWL-ARI] - [F] [T] .181 BA .281 OBP .120 ISO 83 AB 1 HR 2 SB 12 BB% 30 K%
Bryan Lavastida 3/4 2B 3B -- [C, 20, NYP-CLE] - [F] [T] .357 BA .419 OBP .130 ISO 115 AB 3 SB 8 BB% 13 K%
Jaxx Groshans 1/2 HR 2BB -- [C, 21, NYP-BOS] - [F] [T] .202 BA .287 OBP .135 ISO 89 AB 2 HR 10 BB% 23 K%
Carter Bins 2/3 HR 2BB -- [C, 21, NWL-SEA] - [F] [T] .183 BA .372 OBP .169 ISO 71 AB 4 HR 3 SB 15 BB% 23 K%
K.V. Edwards 2/3 2B HR SB -- [RF, 21, NYP-TB] - [F] [T] .228 BA .278 OBP .149 ISO 101 AB 3 HR 8 SB 5 BB% 28 K%
AJ Lee 3/4 2B HR BB K -- [SS, 22, NYP-HOU] - [F] [T] .226 BA .343 OBP .238 ISO 84 AB 5 HR 4 SB 11 BB% 30 K%
Toby Welk 4/5 2 2B 3B HR -- [DH, 22, NYP-BAL] - [F] [T] .359 BA .410 OBP .156 ISO 128 AB 3 HR 1 SB 7 BB% 18 K%
Edmond Americaan 3/4 2 2B 3B -- [RF, 22, NWL-CHC] - [F] [T] .319 BA .350 OBP .181 ISO 116 AB 2 HR 4 SB 2 BB% 21 K%
 

Rookie Advanced Standouts

Francisco Alvarez 1/4 2B BB 2K -- [C, 17, APP-NYM] - [F] [T] .296 BA .387 OBP .123 ISO 81 AB 2 HR 9 BB% 23 K%
Jelfry Marte 1/1 3BB -- [SS, 18, APP-TB] - [F] [T] .204 BA .281 OBP .037 ISO 108 AB 1 SB 4 BB% 28 K%
Miguel Hiraldo 2/5 K SB -- [2B, 18, APP-TOR] - [F] [T] .319 BA .363 OBP .207 ISO 135 AB 4 HR 7 SB 6 BB% 13 K%
Jeremiah Jackson 3/6 2 HR 2K -- [SS, 19, PION-LAA] - [F] [T] .295 BA .333 OBP .364 ISO 129 AB 13 HR 2 SB 4 BB% 31 K%
Francisco Acuna 2/4 2B SB -- [SS, 19, APP-PIT] - [F] [T] .333 BA .381 OBP .167 ISO 102 AB 1 HR 6 SB 5 BB% 14 K%
Harvin Mendoza 2/4 HR -- [1B, 20, PION-CWS] - [F] [T] .343 BA .405 OBP .229 ISO 105 AB 4 HR 9 BB% 15 K%
Carlos Reina 2/3 2B BB SB -- [1B, 20, APP-CIN] - [F] [T] .213 BA .352 OBP .133 ISO 75 AB 1 HR 3 SB 16 BB% 20 K%
Jose Marquez 2/3 HR 2BB -- [2B, 21, PION-KCR] - [F] [T] .310 BA .368 OBP .085 ISO 129 AB 1 HR 7 SB 8 BB% 18 K%
Willie Carter 3/4 3B HR BB -- [LF, 22, APP-ATL] - [F] [T] .240 BA .325 OBP .120 ISO 100 AB 2 HR 4 SB 9 BB% 28 K%
 

Rookie Standouts

Kevin Alcantara 3/4 -- [CF, 17, GCL-NYY] - [F] [T] .306 BA .338 OBP .113 ISO 62 AB 1 HR 3 SB 4 BB% 20 K%
Brayan Buelvas 2/4 3B K -- [CF, 17, AZL-OAK] - [F] [T] .265 BA .378 OBP .204 ISO 113 AB 3 HR 8 SB 14 BB% 23 K%
Orelvis Martinez 2/6 2 2B 2K -- [SS, 17, GCL-TOR] - [F] [T] .238 BA .301 OBP .167 ISO 84 AB 1 HR 1 SB 6 BB% 18 K%
Alexander Vargas 2/5 3B K -- [SS, 17, GCL-NYY] - [F] [T] .177 BA .275 OBP .125 ISO 96 AB 1 HR 7 SB 10 BB% 14 K%
Victor Mesa Jr. 3/4 2B BB K SB -- [CF, 17, GCL-FLA] - [F] [T] .252 BA .328 OBP .101 ISO 119 AB 4 SB 10 BB% 18 K%
Keithron Moss 2/3 BB SB -- [2B, 17, AZL-TEX] - [F] [T] .308 BA .403 OBP .123 ISO 65 AB 4 SB 11 BB% 28 K%
Patrick Romeri 1/3 BB SB -- [RF, 18, GCL-STL] - [F] [T] .209 BA .295 OBP .154 ISO 91 AB 4 HR 3 SB 9 BB% 28 K%
Brailin Pena 2/4 2 2B -- [1B, 18, AZL-CHC] - [F] [T] .214 BA .233 OBP .071 ISO 28 AB 3 BB% 36 K%
Jose Tena 2/4 SB -- [SS, 18, AZL-CLE] - [F] [T] .331 BA .351 OBP .126 ISO 127 AB 1 HR 3 SB 2 BB% 23 K%
Emilson Rosado 2/4 2B HR K -- [1B, 18, GCL-PIT] - [F] [T] .219 BA .275 OBP .123 ISO 73 AB 1 HR 7 BB% 27 K%
Viandel Pena 3/3 BB SB -- [2B, 18, GCL-WAS] - [F] [T] .326 BA .431 OBP .093 ISO 86 AB 5 SB 14 BB% 19 K%
Stephen Paolini 0/2 2BB SB -- [CF, 18, GCL-ATL] - [F] [T] .200 BA .294 OBP .017 ISO 60 AB 2 SB 11 BB% 25 K%
Alberto Rodriguez 3/5 HR K -- [RF, 18, GCL-TOR] - [F] [T] .304 BA .385 OBP .137 ISO 102 AB 2 HR 7 SB 11 BB% 15 K%
Jose Rivas 5/5 2B BB -- [3B, 18, GCL-TOR] - [F] [T] .333 BA .410 OBP .145 ISO 69 AB 2 HR 3 SB 7 BB% 17 K%
Edison Mora 3/5 2 2B -- [SS, 19, AZL-SF] - [F] [T] .291 BA .381 OBP .109 ISO 55 AB 7 SB 12 BB% 22 K%
Yhon Perez 4/5 2B -- [DH, 19, GCL-TOR] - [F] [T] .286 BA .366 OBP .048 ISO 63 AB 4 SB 11 BB% 16 K%
Luis Matos 3/3 3B -- [RF, 19, GCL-PHI] - [F] [T] .348 BA .394 OBP .152 ISO 66 AB 4 SB 7 BB% 22 K%
Asdrubal Alvarez 2/3 BB SB -- [1B, 19, GCL-NYY] - [F] [T] .133 BA .264 OBP .044 ISO 45 AB 3 SB 11 BB% 18 K%
Luis Yanel Diaz 2/3 HR -- [3B, 19, AZL-LAD] - [F] [T] .293 BA .311 OBP .192 ISO 99 AB 2 HR 5 SB 2 BB% 26 K%
Ashton Creal 3/4 2B 3B BB 2 SB -- [CF, 20, AZL-CIN] - [F] [T] .269 BA .382 OBP .118 ISO 93 AB 4 SB 13 BB% 20 K%
Fidel Castro 1/3 K 3 SB -- [RF, 20, AZL-CIN] - [F] [T] .277 BA .348 OBP .267 ISO 101 AB 5 HR 5 SB 8 BB% 30 K%
Javier Valdes 2/2 2B BB SB -- [C, 20, GCL-ATL] - [F] [T] .083 BA .214 OBP .028 ISO 36 AB 1 SB 13 BB% 16 K%
Abdiel Layer 3/5 2 2B HR SB -- [2B, 21, AZL-SF] - [F] [T] .287 BA .327 OBP .181 ISO 94 AB 3 HR 4 SB 5 BB% 30 K%
Cole Zabowski 4/5 2B HR -- [1B, 21, GCL-DET] - [F] [T] .322 BA .396 OBP .133 ISO 90 AB 1 HR 1 SB 7 BB% 12 K%
Connor Perry 2/2 3BB 2 SB -- [CF, 22, GCL-DET] - [F] [T] .233 BA .434 OBP .083 ISO 60 AB 1 HR 13 SB 25 BB% 22 K%
 
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2019.07.14 13:00 FOMoves FOMoves Daily - MiLB - 07/13/19

International League AAA (total moves: 17)
Mexican League AAA (total moves: 17)
Pacific Coast League AAA (total moves: 16)
Eastern League AA (total moves: 9)
Southern League AA (total moves: 2)
Texas League AA (total moves: 3)
Midwest League A (Full) (total moves: 12)
South Atlantic League A (Full) (total moves: 5)
California League A (Adv) (total moves: 9)
Carolina League A (Adv) (total moves: 4)
Florida State League A (Adv) (total moves: 7)
New York-Penn League A (Short) (total moves: 12)
Northwest League A (Short) (total moves: 6)
Appalachian League Rookie (total moves: 5)
Arizona League Rookie (total moves: 16)
Dominican Summer League Rookie (total moves: 5)
Gulf Coast League Rookie (total moves: 11)
Pioneer League Rookie (total moves: 6)
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2019.07.07 13:01 milb_bot 07/07/19 Daily Hitters Discussion Thread

Welcome to the daily Dynasty Baseball thread. Post your favorite players statlines for the day or any interesting news or information you find. You can also join us in our Discord chat to talk prospects and minor league news.   The bot currently lists the top performing players from the previous day along with their stats for the past 40 days. This bot is a work in progress and if you have any ideas for the bot post in this thread.    

Yesterday's Standout Hitters

stats for games since 05/28/2019
 

AAA Standouts

Bo Bichette 3/5 2B K -- [SS, 21, INT-TOR] - [F] [T] .379 BA .458 OBP .223 ISO 103 AB 4 HR 10 SB 11 BB% 21 K%
Ryan Mountcastle 2/4 2B -- [DH, 22, INT-BAL] - [F] [T] .281 BA .300 OBP .192 ISO 146 AB 8 HR 1 SB 2 BB% 26 K%
Trent Grisham 1/4 BB SB -- [CF, 22, PCL-MIL] - [F] [T] .291 BA .422 OBP .402 ISO 117 AB 12 HR 2 SB 18 BB% 11 K%
Troy Stokes Jr. 2/3 2B BB -- [RF, 23, PCL-MIL] - [F] [T] .228 BA .347 OBP .149 ISO 101 AB 2 HR 5 SB 14 BB% 17 K%
DJ Peters 2/4 3B HR K -- [CF, 23, PCL-LAD] - [F] [T] .284 BA .401 OBP .302 ISO 116 AB 8 HR 1 SB 14 BB% 23 K%
Matthew Batten 3/5 HR -- [3B, 24, PCL-SDP] - [F] [T] .333 BA .417 OBP .167 ISO 72 AB 3 HR 1 SB 11 BB% 13 K%
Connor Kopach 2/3 HR -- [2B, 24, PCL-SEA] - [F] [T] .216 BA .321 OBP .190 ISO 116 AB 4 HR 8 SB 11 BB% 32 K%
Mauricio Dubon 2/5 2 2B SB -- [SS, 24, PCL-MIL] - [F] [T] .335 BA .367 OBP .234 ISO 158 AB 8 HR 4 SB 4 BB% 13 K%
Scott Heineman 3/3 HR BB -- [LF, 26, PCL-TEX] - [F] [T] .446 BA .536 OBP .446 ISO 56 AB 5 HR 2 SB 17 BB% 15 K%
 

AA Standouts

Drew Waters 1/1 2B -- [LF, 20, SOU-ATL] - [F] [T] .368 BA .423 OBP .206 ISO 136 AB 2 HR 3 SB 8 BB% 26 K%
Andres Gimenez 2/4 HR -- [SS, 20, EAS-NYM] - [F] [T] .242 BA .330 OBP .126 ISO 95 AB 2 HR 10 SB 8 BB% 20 K%
Keibert Ruiz 2/3 BB -- [C, 20, TEX-LAD] - [F] [T] .213 BA .306 OBP .117 ISO 94 AB 2 HR 12 BB% 10 K%
Jazz Chisholm 3/5 2 HR K -- [SS, 21, SOU-ARI] - [F] [T] .259 BA .343 OBP .216 ISO 116 AB 6 HR 5 SB 10 BB% 29 K%
Jesus Sanchez 3/4 -- [RF, 21, SOU-TB] - [F] [T] .252 BA .316 OBP .130 ISO 123 AB 4 HR 1 SB 8 BB% 22 K%
Jahmai Jones 1/3 2B 2BB K SB -- [2B, 21, SOU-LAA] - [F] [T] .211 BA .270 OBP .109 ISO 128 AB 3 HR 2 SB 7 BB% 13 K%
Tyler Nevin 0/3 2BB SB -- [1B, 22, EAS-COL] - [F] [T] .273 BA .338 OBP .116 ISO 121 AB 2 HR 2 SB 9 BB% 19 K%
Blake Rutherford 3/4 2B -- [RF, 22, SOU-CWS] - [F] [T] .348 BA .378 OBP .111 ISO 135 AB 2 HR 5 SB 4 BB% 25 K%
Ali Sanchez 3/4 2B -- [C, 22, EAS-NYM] - [F] [T] .358 BA .398 OBP .113 ISO 106 AB 1 HR 6 BB% 12 K%
Abraham Toro 4/5 -- [3B, 22, TEX-HOU] - [F] [T] .258 BA .345 OBP .169 ISO 124 AB 4 HR 1 SB 8 BB% 19 K%
Carlos Herrera 1/2 3B 2BB -- [2B, 22, EAS-COL] - [F] [T] .176 BA .244 OBP .194 ISO 108 AB 4 HR 2 SB 7 BB% 24 K%
Travis Blankenhorn 3/3 HR 2BB -- [2B, 22, SOU-MIN] - [F] [T] .286 BA .329 OBP .218 ISO 147 AB 8 HR 4 SB 5 BB% 24 K%
Taylor Walls 2/4 SB -- [3B, 22, SOU-TB] - [F] [T] .267 BA .333 OBP .100 ISO 120 AB 1 HR 14 SB 9 BB% 19 K%
Ramon Hernandez 2/3 HR -- [2B, 23, SOU-ARI] - [F] [T] .256 BA .294 OBP .269 ISO 78 AB 5 HR 3 BB% 23 K%
J.J. Matijevic 2/5 2B SB -- [LF, 23, TEX-HOU] - [F] [T] .291 BA .339 OBP .400 ISO 55 AB 6 HR 1 SB 6 BB% 30 K%
Grenny Cumana 1/3 HR BB -- [CF, 23, EAS-PHI] - [F] [T] .311 BA .339 OBP .109 ISO 119 AB 2 HR 2 BB% 12 K%
D.J. Burt 2/4 HR K SB -- [2B, 23, TEX-KCR] - [F] [T] .243 BA .333 OBP .135 ISO 37 AB 1 HR 5 SB 11 BB% 23 K%
Kyle Lewis 3/3 2B 2BB -- [LF, 23, TEX-SEA] - [F] [T] .336 BA .428 OBP .103 ISO 116 AB 1 HR 1 SB 14 BB% 28 K%
Jared Young 1/3 HR BB 2K SB -- [1B, 24, SOU-CHC] - [F] [T] .218 BA .277 OBP .084 ISO 119 AB 1 HR 2 SB 6 BB% 24 K%
Chris Gittens 3/4 2B HR -- [1B, 25, EAS-NYY] - [F] [T] .271 BA .385 OBP .196 ISO 107 AB 5 HR 13 BB% 33 K%
 

A+ Standouts

Eguy Rosario 1/4 SB -- [3B, 19, CAL-SDP] - [F] [T] .280 BA .316 OBP .112 ISO 125 AB 2 HR 6 SB 5 BB% 24 K%
Tyler Freeman 2/4 SB -- [SS, 20, CAR-CLE] - [F] [T] .275 BA .356 OBP .050 ISO 120 AB 4 SB 4 BB% 12 K%
Gabriel Maciel 1/1 2BB SB -- [CF, 20, FSL-MIN] - [F] [T] .345 BA .425 OBP .100 ISO 110 AB 1 HR 8 SB 10 BB% 11 K%
Cristian Perez 2/4 2B -- [SS, 20, CAR-KCR] - [F] [T] .298 BA .346 OBP .053 ISO 94 AB 2 SB 6 BB% 10 K%
Moises Gomez 1/4 HR 2K -- [LF, 20, FSL-TB] - [F] [T] .182 BA .258 OBP .173 ISO 110 AB 4 HR 1 SB 9 BB% 39 K%
Joe Rizzo 3/5 BB -- [3B, 21, CAL-SEA] - [F] [T] .288 BA .349 OBP .216 ISO 139 AB 5 HR 8 BB% 15 K%
Jeremy Pena 3/4 2B 2 SB -- [SS, 21, CAR-HOU] - [F] [T] .295 BA .395 OBP .067 ISO 105 AB 1 HR 5 SB 12 BB% 20 K%
Cal Raleigh 3/5 2 HR K -- [C, 22, CAL-SEA] - [F] [T] .294 BA .358 OBP .303 ISO 119 AB 10 HR 2 SB 8 BB% 18 K%
Connor Wong 3/4 3B HR BB -- [2B, 23, CAL-LAD] - [F] [T] .278 BA .328 OBP .278 ISO 108 AB 6 HR 4 SB 6 BB% 31 K%
Donovan Casey 2/4 2 HR BB K -- [RF, 23, CAL-LAD] - [F] [T] .291 BA .379 OBP .339 ISO 127 AB 9 HR 8 SB 11 BB% 33 K%
Jakson Reetz 2/3 2 HR BB -- [C, 23, CAR-WAS] - [F] [T] .347 BA .462 OBP .387 ISO 75 AB 7 HR 15 BB% 24 K%
Brayan Morales 2/5 3B SB -- [CF, 23, CAL-LAD] - [F] [T] .185 BA .230 OBP .099 ISO 81 AB 6 SB 3 BB% 35 K%
Ryan Aguilar 2/2 2 2B 3BB -- [1B, 24, CAR-MIL] - [F] [T] .300 BA .423 OBP .200 ISO 110 AB 4 HR 3 SB 15 BB% 23 K%
 

A Standouts

Julio Rodriguez 1/3 2B -- [RF, 18, SAL-SEA] - [F] [T] .274 BA .361 OBP .168 ISO 95 AB 4 HR 1 SB 7 BB% 25 K%
Luis Garcia 1/4 BB SB -- [2B, 18, SAL-PHI] - [F] [T] .192 BA .292 OBP .108 ISO 120 AB 2 HR 5 SB 12 BB% 26 K%
Kevin Maitan 2/4 2B BB K -- [2B, 19, MID-LAA] - [F] [T] .228 BA .274 OBP .087 ISO 127 AB 1 HR 2 SB 5 BB% 38 K%
Anyesber Sivira 2/4 BB -- [SS, 19, SAL-SF] - [F] [T] .262 BA .385 OBP .084 ISO 107 AB 1 HR 3 SB 10 BB% 16 K%
Parker Meadows 1/4 HR -- [CF, 19, MID-DET] - [F] [T] .232 BA .304 OBP .081 ISO 99 AB 2 HR 2 SB 8 BB% 20 K%
Wenceel Perez 1/1 3BB -- [SS, 19, MID-DET] - [F] [T] .274 BA .317 OBP .115 ISO 113 AB 1 HR 4 SB 6 BB% 15 K%
Geraldo Perdomo 0/2 BB SB -- [SS, 19, MID-ARI] - [F] [T] .288 BA .409 OBP .106 ISO 104 AB 1 HR 6 SB 14 BB% 11 K%
Ji-Hwan Bae 2/5 SB -- [2B, 19, SAL-PIT] - [F] [T] .284 BA .395 OBP .074 ISO 95 AB 9 SB 14 BB% 20 K%
Christopher Morel 2/3 BB K SB -- [DH, 20, MID-CHC] - [F] [T] .322 BA .352 OBP .203 ISO 118 AB 4 HR 5 SB 4 BB% 20 K%
Mason Martin 2/3 HR 2BB SB -- [1B, 20, SAL-PIT] - [F] [T] .274 BA .382 OBP .301 ISO 113 AB 8 HR 4 SB 15 BB% 22 K%
Mason Martin 1/3 HR -- [1B, 20, SAL-PIT] - [F] [T] .274 BA .382 OBP .301 ISO 113 AB 8 HR 4 SB 15 BB% 22 K%
Canaan Smith 2/2 2 2B 3BB SB -- [LF, 20, SAL-NYY] - [F] [T] .252 BA .369 OBP .151 ISO 119 AB 4 HR 3 SB 15 BB% 24 K%
Shervyen Newton 2/4 HR K -- [2B, 20, SAL-NYM] - [F] [T] .238 BA .310 OBP .105 ISO 105 AB 2 HR 8 BB% 36 K%
Alexis Torres 3/3 2B 3B BB -- [3B, 21, SAL-BAL] - [F] [T] .173 BA .283 OBP .077 ISO 52 AB 13 BB% 25 K%
Kevin Santiago 1/3 HR BB -- [2B, 21, MID-TB] - [F] [T] .136 BA .304 OBP .159 ISO 44 AB 2 HR 10 BB% 30 K%
Grant Little 4/4 2 2B -- [LF, 22, MID-SDP] - [F] [T] .218 BA .307 OBP .103 ISO 78 AB 1 SB 10 BB% 17 K%
Max Schuemann 2/3 HR BB SB -- [SS, 22, MID-OAK] - [F] [T] .144 BA .288 OBP .077 ISO 104 AB 1 HR 6 SB 10 BB% 19 K%
Tyreque Reed 3/3 HR BB -- [1B, 22, SAL-TEX] - [F] [T] .375 BA .526 OBP .321 ISO 56 AB 5 HR 22 BB% 13 K%
Hunter Steinmetz 2/3 HR SB -- [CF, 22, MID-TOR] - [F] [T] .216 BA .310 OBP .095 ISO 74 AB 2 HR 7 SB 8 BB% 25 K%
Chris Williams 1/2 HR 2BB -- [C, 22, MID-MIN] - [F] [T] .220 BA .355 OBP .271 ISO 59 AB 2 HR 18 BB% 21 K%
Connor Kaiser 2/5 HR SB -- [SS, 22, SAL-PIT] - [F] [T] .221 BA .359 OBP .168 ISO 95 AB 3 HR 4 SB 16 BB% 19 K%
Coco Montes 1/2 HR BB SB -- [SS, 22, SAL-COL] - [F] [T] .224 BA .284 OBP .194 ISO 134 AB 6 HR 4 SB 5 BB% 24 K%
Walter Rasquin 3/4 3B BB 2 SB -- [LF, 23, SAL-NYM] - [F] [T] .267 BA .312 OBP .133 ISO 15 AB 2 SB 6 BB% 31 K%
 

A (Short Season) Standouts

Kristian Robinson 1/4 HR 2K -- [RF, 18, NWL-ARI] - [F] [T] .303 BA .386 OBP .237 ISO 76 AB 4 HR 5 SB 10 BB% 30 K%
Miguel Perez 2/4 HR K -- [CF, 18, NWL-SEA] - [F] [T] .179 BA .287 OBP .254 ISO 67 AB 3 HR 10 BB% 34 K%
Lawrence Butler 4/5 HR K -- [1B, 18, NYP-OAK] - [F] [T] .217 BA .356 OBP .133 ISO 60 AB 2 HR 1 SB 16 BB% 41 K%
Kevin Richards 3/5 2 2B K -- [CF, 19, NYP-OAK] - [F] [T] .291 BA .329 OBP .127 ISO 79 AB 1 HR 4 BB% 20 K%
Moises Castillo 3/5 2B 2 SB -- [SS, 19, NYP-STL] - [F] [T] .292 BA .407 OBP .069 ISO 72 AB 5 SB 15 BB% 17 K%
Cristian Inoa 4/5 2 2B K -- [SS, 20, NWL-TEX] - [F] [T] .227 BA .330 OBP .080 ISO 75 AB 2 SB 12 BB% 19 K%
Albert Guaimaro 4/5 2B SB -- [RF, 20, NYP-FLA] - [F] [T] .242 BA .265 OBP .061 ISO 66 AB 4 SB 1 BB% 14 K%
Fernando Kelli 1/1 2 SB -- [CF, 20, NWL-CHC] - [F] [T] .294 BA .341 OBP .200 ISO 85 AB 1 HR 6 SB 3 BB% 22 K%
Franklin Labour 3/5 3B HR K -- [RF, 21, NWL-SF] - [F] [T] .333 BA .414 OBP .460 ISO 87 AB 11 HR 1 SB 9 BB% 24 K%
Philip Clarke 4/6 HR -- [DH, 21, NWL-TOR] - [F] [T] .455 BA .455 OBP .545 ISO 11 AB 2 HR 0 BB% 0 K%
Ryan Kreidler 4/6 2B 3B K -- [SS, 21, NYP-DET] - [F] [T] .263 BA .356 OBP .105 ISO 38 AB 1 SB 6 BB% 22 K%
Pedro Alfonseca 1/3 HR SB -- [LF, 21, NYP-CLE] - [F] [T] .175 BA .267 OBP .075 ISO 40 AB 1 HR 3 SB 6 BB% 28 K%
Zac Taylor 3/3 2B 2BB SB -- [DH, 23, NWL-CHC] - [F] [T] .417 BA .473 OBP .396 ISO 48 AB 5 HR 7 SB 9 BB% 18 K%
 

Rookie Advanced Standouts

Leonardo Jimenez 3/3 2 2B BB -- [SS, 18, APP-TOR] - [F] [T] .328 BA .386 OBP .078 ISO 64 AB 7 BB% 15 K%
Andy Pages 2/5 2 2B 2K -- [CF, 18, PION-LAD] - [F] [T] .313 BA .425 OBP .373 ISO 67 AB 6 HR 3 SB 12 BB% 21 K%
Roberto Chirinos 2/4 2B HR -- [3B, 18, APP-NYY] - [F] [T] .263 BA .288 OBP .105 ISO 57 AB 1 HR 2 SB 1 BB% 20 K%
Micah Bello 1/3 BB K SB -- [RF, 18, PION-MIL] - [F] [T] .276 BA .341 OBP .276 ISO 76 AB 4 HR 2 SB 9 BB% 18 K%
Ryder Green 2/4 2B HR K -- [LF, 19, APP-NYY] - [F] [T] .297 BA .357 OBP .297 ISO 64 AB 4 HR 2 SB 7 BB% 25 K%
Eddy Diaz 3/4 2B K SB -- [SS, 19, PION-COL] - [F] [T] .321 BA .375 OBP .148 ISO 81 AB 13 SB 6 BB% 16 K%
Allan Cerda 1/3 HR BB K SB -- [CF, 19, APP-CIN] - [F] [T] .293 BA .364 OBP .379 ISO 58 AB 6 HR 2 SB 7 BB% 34 K%
Addison Barger 1/3 HR -- [SS, 19, APP-TOR] - [F] [T] .250 BA .312 OBP .182 ISO 44 AB 2 HR 8 BB% 25 K%
Cody Milligan 3/6 SB -- [2B, 20, APP-ATL] - [F] [T] .241 BA .380 OBP .052 ISO 58 AB 1 HR 4 SB 16 BB% 21 K%
Luis Avalo 2/4 HR K SB -- [DH, 20, PION-MIL] - [F] [T] .260 BA .288 OBP .260 ISO 50 AB 3 HR 1 SB 0 BB% 32 K%
Samuel Inoa 2/4 HR -- [DH, 20, APP-PIT] - [F] [T] .296 BA .345 OBP .222 ISO 27 AB 2 HR 6 BB% 41 K%
Aaron Antonini 1/2 HR BB -- [C, 20, APP-STL] - [F] [T] .200 BA .429 OBP .600 ISO 5 AB 1 HR 28 BB% 0 K%
Vinnie Pasquantino 4/5 2 2B HR -- [1B, 21, APP-KCR] - [F] [T] .222 BA .315 OBP .317 ISO 63 AB 5 HR 12 BB% 16 K%
Aaron Shackelford 3/4 2B HR -- [2B, 22, APP-PIT] - [F] [T] .340 BA .441 OBP .260 ISO 50 AB 2 HR 15 BB% 31 K%
 

Rookie Standouts

Kevin Alcantara 4/5 2B 3B SB -- [CF, 16, GCL-NYY] - [F] [T] .205 BA .222 OBP .114 ISO 44 AB 1 SB 0 BB% 20 K%
Alexander Vargas 1/4 SB -- [DH, 17, GCL-NYY] - [F] [T] .282 BA .391 OBP .103 ISO 39 AB 4 SB 10 BB% 10 K%
Marco Luciano 1/4 HR -- [SS, 17, AZL-SF] - [F] [T] .383 BA .479 OBP .450 ISO 60 AB 7 HR 3 SB 12 BB% 22 K%
Dilan Rosario 1/3 HR BB K -- [SS, 18, AZL-SF] - [F] [T] .195 BA .244 OBP .341 ISO 41 AB 4 HR 1 SB 6 BB% 46 K%
Christian Cairo 1/3 2BB SB -- [SS, 18, AZL-CLE] - [F] [T] .162 BA .279 OBP .000 ISO 37 AB 1 SB 11 BB% 18 K%
Angel Maita 1/3 BB 2K 2 SB -- [CF, 18, GCL-BOS] - [F] [T] .222 BA .344 OBP .074 ISO 27 AB 2 SB 12 BB% 37 K%
Aaron Bracho 2/3 HR -- [DH, 18, AZL-CLE] - [F] [T] .233 BA .397 OBP .372 ISO 43 AB 4 HR 3 SB 20 BB% 17 K%
Marlin Made 2/4 HR -- [CF, 18, AZL-CLE] - [F] [T] .170 BA .184 OBP .128 ISO 47 AB 1 HR 2 BB% 26 K%
Pedro Martinez 4/4 SB -- [2B, 18, AZL-CHC] - [F] [T] .344 BA .385 OBP .131 ISO 61 AB 1 HR 3 SB 6 BB% 26 K%
Sammy Siani 2/3 2BB K SB -- [LF, 18, GCL-PIT] - [F] [T] .240 BA .406 OBP .000 ISO 25 AB 1 SB 18 BB% 34 K%
Viandel Pena 1/3 BB SB -- [2B, 18, GCL-WAS] - [F] [T] .238 BA .407 OBP .048 ISO 21 AB 2 SB 18 BB% 14 K%
CJ Abrams 1/5 HR -- [SS, 18, AZL-SDP] - [F] [T] .429 BA .453 OBP .214 ISO 70 AB 2 HR 8 SB 5 BB% 6 K%
Alvaro Gonzalez 1/5 HR SB -- [2B, 18, GCL-DET] - [F] [T] .188 BA .206 OBP .188 ISO 32 AB 1 HR 1 SB 0 BB% 20 K%
Nasim Nunez 1/2 2BB 2 SB -- [SS, 18, GCL-FLA] - [F] [T] .333 BA .452 OBP .061 ISO 33 AB 7 SB 19 BB% 7 K%
Edwin Gil 2/4 2B HR 2K -- [1B, 19, AZL-SEA] - [F] [T] .237 BA .258 OBP .288 ISO 59 AB 4 HR 1 BB% 35 K%
Ashton McGee 2/3 HR BB -- [1B, 20, AZL-MIL] - [F] [T] .260 BA .315 OBP .120 ISO 50 AB 1 HR 1 SB 5 BB% 20 K%
Aldrich De Jongh 5/5 2 2B -- [CF, 20, AZL-LAD] - [F] [T] .321 BA .362 OBP .075 ISO 53 AB 5 SB 6 BB% 18 K%
Junior Martina 4/4 3B HR SB -- [3B, 21, GCL-WAS] - [F] [T] .560 BA .621 OBP .360 ISO 25 AB 2 HR 1 SB 3 BB% 10 K%
Alexander Guerra 3/4 3 HR BB -- [DH, 22, AZL-CHC] - [F] [T] .194 BA .324 OBP .484 ISO 31 AB 5 HR 13 BB% 32 K%
 
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Yesterday's Standout Hitters

stats for games since 05/14/2019
 

AAA Standouts

Bo Bichette 2/4 2B K -- [SS, 21, INT-TOR] - [F] .333 BA .434 OBP .244 ISO 45 AB 2 HR 2 SB 13 BB% 20 K%
Carter Kieboom 4/5 2 2B BB -- [SS, 21, PCL-WAS] - [F] .296 BA .375 OBP .296 ISO 115 AB 7 HR 1 SB 11 BB% 16 K%
Luis Urias 1/4 BB K SB -- [SS, 22, PCL-SDP] - [F] .326 BA .417 OBP .207 ISO 135 AB 6 HR 6 SB 11 BB% 19 K%
Trent Grisham 1/4 HR BB K SB -- [CF, 22, PCL-MIL] - [F] .296 BA .443 OBP .389 ISO 108 AB 10 HR 3 SB 20 BB% 10 K%
Keston Hiura 2/4 HR K -- [2B, 22, PCL-MIL] - [F] .284 BA .368 OBP .313 ISO 67 AB 6 HR 3 SB 7 BB% 22 K%
Franklin Barreto 2/4 2B SB -- [DH, 23, PCL-OAK] - [F] .361 BA .408 OBP .353 ISO 133 AB 9 HR 6 SB 7 BB% 21 K%
Deivy Grullon 2/4 HR BB K -- [C, 23, INT-PHI] - [F] .275 BA .336 OBP .174 ISO 138 AB 5 HR 1 SB 8 BB% 27 K%
Michael Gettys 1/5 HR -- [CF, 23, PCL-SDP] - [F] .220 BA .261 OBP .260 ISO 123 AB 8 HR 4 SB 5 BB% 26 K%
Carlos Tocci 4/5 2 2B BB -- [CF, 23, PCL-TEX] - [F] .353 BA .392 OBP .101 ISO 119 AB 2 HR 2 SB 5 BB% 15 K%
Matt Thaiss 3/5 2 2B BB K -- [3B, 24, PCL-LAA] - [F] .293 BA .414 OBP .279 ISO 140 AB 11 HR 17 BB% 18 K%
Aristides Aquino 2/4 2 HR -- [RF, 25, INT-CIN] - [F] .356 BA .411 OBP .347 ISO 118 AB 12 HR 2 SB 7 BB% 20 K%
Aristides Aquino 2/4 2B HR -- [CF, 25, INT-CIN] - [F] .356 BA .411 OBP .347 ISO 118 AB 12 HR 2 SB 7 BB% 20 K%
Jake Noll 2/4 HR BB -- [3B, 25, PCL-WAS] - [F] .270 BA .326 OBP .156 ISO 122 AB 4 HR 1 SB 5 BB% 18 K%
Joe McCarthy 2/3 3B BB SB -- [LF, 25, INT-TB] - [F] .188 BA .278 OBP .167 ISO 48 AB 2 HR 1 SB 9 BB% 31 K%
Taylor Ward 1/5 HR BB 2K SB -- [DH, 25, PCL-LAA] - [F] .267 BA .401 OBP .259 ISO 116 AB 7 HR 2 SB 15 BB% 21 K%
Andy Ibanez 3/5 2B HR -- [2B, 26, PCL-TEX] - [F] .323 BA .382 OBP .169 ISO 124 AB 4 HR 2 SB 8 BB% 15 K%
Jose Marmolejos 3/4 3B HR K -- [1B, 26, PCL-WAS] - [F] .388 BA .418 OBP .272 ISO 103 AB 4 HR 4 BB% 18 K%
 

AA Standouts

Luis Garcia 1/4 2B -- [SS, 19, EAS-WAS] - [F] .250 BA .282 OBP .044 ISO 136 AB 1 SB 4 BB% 17 K%
Khalil Lee 1/4 2K 2 SB -- [DH, 20, TEX-KCR] - [F] .270 BA .396 OBP .139 ISO 122 AB 3 HR 19 SB 14 BB% 25 K%
Mickey Moniak 2/4 2B 3B -- [CF, 21, EAS-PHI] - [F] .305 BA .361 OBP .135 ISO 141 AB 3 SB 8 BB% 18 K%
Josh Lowe 2/5 3K 2 SB -- [CF, 21, SOU-TB] - [F] .216 BA .283 OBP .181 ISO 116 AB 5 HR 9 SB 7 BB% 23 K%
Ramiro Rodriguez 2/4 2B BB SB -- [LF, 21, TEX-HOU] - [F] .244 BA .344 OBP .103 ISO 78 AB 1 HR 7 SB 12 BB% 24 K%
Arquimedes Gamboa 1/3 2B BB SB -- [SS, 21, EAS-PHI] - [F] .230 BA .315 OBP .079 ISO 126 AB 9 SB 11 BB% 22 K%
Luis Robert 3/6 HR K 2 SB -- [CF, 21, SOU-CWS] - [F] .331 BA .363 OBP .237 ISO 139 AB 6 HR 10 SB 3 BB% 23 K%
Nick Madrigal 2/4 2BB SB -- [2B, 22, SOU-CWS] - [F] .350 BA .412 OBP .108 ISO 120 AB 2 HR 16 SB 8 BB% 1 K%
Jose Gomez 3/3 BB -- [2B, 22, EAS-PHI] - [F] .259 BA .322 OBP .037 ISO 81 AB 1 SB 7 BB% 17 K%
Lewin Diaz 3/4 2B -- [1B, 22, SOU-MIN] - [F] .298 BA .338 OBP .298 ISO 131 AB 10 HR 5 BB% 16 K%
Rene Pinto 3/4 2B HR -- [C, 22, SOU-TB] - [F] .192 BA .247 OBP .128 ISO 78 AB 2 HR 5 BB% 27 K%
Carlos Herrera 2/3 2B 3B K -- [2B, 22, EAS-COL] - [F] .224 BA .250 OBP .192 ISO 125 AB 5 HR 5 SB 3 BB% 25 K%
J.C. Millan 2/3 HR BB -- [3B, 23, SOU-FLA] - [F] .281 BA .366 OBP .124 ISO 89 AB 2 HR 11 BB% 12 K%
Osvaldo Duarte 2/5 HR BB K -- [SS, 23, TEX-HOU] - [F] .204 BA .257 OBP .141 ISO 142 AB 3 HR 4 SB 5 BB% 37 K%
Jared Oliva 1/3 BB K 2 SB -- [CF, 23, EAS-PIT] - [F] .211 BA .302 OBP .123 ISO 114 AB 3 HR 9 SB 8 BB% 25 K%
Laz Rivera 2/5 3B SB -- [SS, 24, SOU-CWS] - [F] .262 BA .298 OBP .047 ISO 107 AB 6 SB 4 BB% 17 K%
 

A+ Standouts

Royce Lewis 2/5 K SB -- [SS, 20, FSL-MIN] - [F] .232 BA .252 OBP .169 ISO 142 AB 5 HR 5 SB 2 BB% 25 K%
Tyler Freeman 1/4 2B BB SB -- [SS, 20, CAR-CLE] - [F] .287 BA .342 OBP .096 ISO 136 AB 1 HR 3 SB 3 BB% 12 K%
Lolo Sanchez 2/4 3B -- [LF, 20, FSL-PIT] - [F] .267 BA .353 OBP .086 ISO 116 AB 1 HR 8 SB 8 BB% 10 K%
Gabriel Maciel 2/2 BB 2 SB -- [RF, 20, FSL-MIN] - [F] .363 BA .463 OBP .066 ISO 91 AB 7 SB 12 BB% 12 K%
Simon Muzziotti 4/5 -- [CF, 20, FSL-PHI] - [F] .276 BA .319 OBP .069 ISO 87 AB 1 HR 3 SB 6 BB% 13 K%
Jhailyn Ortiz 1/4 HR BB K -- [DH, 20, FSL-PHI] - [F] .258 BA .329 OBP .320 ISO 128 AB 11 HR 1 SB 7 BB% 23 K%
Sebastian Rivero 2/4 2B -- [C, 20, CAR-KCR] - [F] .182 BA .206 OBP .061 ISO 99 AB 1 BB% 29 K%
Nick Allen 3/5 -- [SS, 20, CAL-OAK] - [F] .287 BA .361 OBP .093 ISO 129 AB 5 SB 7 BB% 16 K%
Tristen Lutz 2/4 3B BB -- [CF, 20, CAR-MIL] - [F] .246 BA .340 OBP .190 ISO 126 AB 5 HR 1 SB 11 BB% 27 K%
Jeter Downs 3/4 2 2B BB -- [SS, 20, CAL-LAD] - [F] .289 BA .371 OBP .264 ISO 121 AB 7 HR 9 SB 11 BB% 16 K%
Will Benson 1/3 2BB K SB -- [RF, 21, CAR-CLE] - [F] .292 BA .396 OBP .392 ISO 120 AB 13 HR 10 SB 16 BB% 24 K%
Joe Rizzo 2/4 3B -- [3B, 21, CAL-SEA] - [F] .252 BA .324 OBP .160 ISO 131 AB 2 HR 9 BB% 17 K%
Pedro Castellanos 1/4 K 2 SB -- [1B, 21, CAR-BOS] - [F] .207 BA .272 OBP .058 ISO 121 AB 1 HR 5 SB 5 BB% 18 K%
Marcus Wilson 2/3 2 HR BB SB -- [CF, 22, CAR-BOS] - [F] .337 BA .421 OBP .293 ISO 92 AB 6 HR 3 SB 12 BB% 30 K%
Victor Victor Mesa 4/5 SB -- [CF, 22, FSL-FLA] - [F] .211 BA .268 OBP .035 ISO 114 AB 3 SB 4 BB% 14 K%
Luke Sherley 3/4 2B SB -- [SS, 23, FSL-DET] - [F] .216 BA .286 OBP .039 ISO 51 AB 1 SB 8 BB% 19 K%
Donovan Casey 2/3 2B HR 2BB K -- [RF, 23, CAL-LAD] - [F] .304 BA .375 OBP .339 ISO 115 AB 9 HR 7 SB 9 BB% 28 K%
Dalton Guthrie 2/4 2B 3B SB -- [2B, 23, FSL-PHI] - [F] .216 BA .263 OBP .068 ISO 74 AB 4 SB 5 BB% 23 K%
Cody Bohanek 0/1 3BB 2 SB -- [SS, 23, FSL-NYM] - [F] .236 BA .371 OBP .167 ISO 72 AB 1 HR 4 SB 12 BB% 29 K%
Jameson Fisher 2/3 2B HR 2BB -- [1B, 25, CAR-CWS] - [F] .238 BA .375 OBP .181 ISO 105 AB 3 HR 1 SB 17 BB% 29 K%
 

A Standouts

Wander Franco 1/3 2B BB -- [SS, 18, MID-TB] - [F] .347 BA .398 OBP .169 ISO 118 AB 3 HR 8 SB 9 BB% 4 K%
Luis Garcia 3/4 -- [SS, 18, SAL-PHI] - [F] .213 BA .313 OBP .118 ISO 127 AB 2 HR 4 SB 12 BB% 25 K%
Alek Thomas 2/3 BB K SB -- [CF, 19, MID-ARI] - [F] .299 BA .388 OBP .222 ISO 117 AB 5 HR 3 SB 12 BB% 17 K%
Kevin Maitan 1/3 HR K -- [3B, 19, MID-LAA] - [F] .197 BA .259 OBP .102 ISO 127 AB 2 HR 2 SB 7 BB% 37 K%
Brice Turang 2/4 2B -- [SS, 19, MID-MIL] - [F] .310 BA .396 OBP .070 ISO 142 AB 1 HR 9 SB 12 BB% 12 K%
Miguel Vargas 2/4 BB -- [3B, 19, MID-LAD] - [F] .329 BA .378 OBP .107 ISO 140 AB 1 HR 7 SB 7 BB% 14 K%
Abrahan Gutierrez 2/4 HR 2K -- [C, 19, SAL-PHI] - [F] .270 BA .319 OBP .111 ISO 63 AB 1 HR 8 BB% 16 K%
Carlos De La Cruz 2/4 SB -- [CF, 19, SAL-PHI] - [F] .252 BA .286 OBP .059 ISO 119 AB 1 SB 3 BB% 31 K%
Daniel Montano 1/2 2B 2BB -- [LF, 20, SAL-COL] - [F] .198 BA .280 OBP .155 ISO 116 AB 2 HR 1 SB 10 BB% 22 K%
Jose Fermin 2/3 2B SB -- [SS, 20, MID-CLE] - [F] .235 BA .331 OBP .087 ISO 115 AB 2 HR 8 SB 9 BB% 6 K%
Miguel Aparicio 1/2 3B BB -- [CF, 20, SAL-TEX] - [F] .296 BA .362 OBP .217 ISO 115 AB 5 HR 5 SB 7 BB% 18 K%
Delvin Perez 0/4 BB K 3 SB -- [SS, 20, MID-STL] - [F] .238 BA .322 OBP .038 ISO 130 AB 9 SB 8 BB% 21 K%
Everlouis Lozada 3/4 BB -- [2B, 20, SAL-BOS] - [F] .361 BA .442 OBP .083 ISO 36 AB 13 BB% 15 K%
Buddy Kennedy 1/2 HR 2BB -- [DH, 20, MID-ARI] - [F] .282 BA .379 OBP .165 ISO 103 AB 2 HR 3 SB 13 BB% 22 K%
Juan Yepez 2/4 HR BB 2K 2 SB -- [DH, 21, MID-STL] - [F] .260 BA .333 OBP .300 ISO 50 AB 4 HR 2 SB 10 BB% 28 K%
Shea Langeliers 2/3 HR 2BB K -- [C, 21, SAL-ATL] - [F] .400 BA .625 OBP .600 ISO 5 AB 1 HR 37 BB% 12 K%
Bryce Denton 2/4 2B SB -- [LF, 21, MID-STL] - [F] .246 BA .324 OBP .131 ISO 61 AB 1 HR 1 SB 8 BB% 22 K%
Jeremy Fernandez 2/4 HR -- [LF, 21, SAL-ATL] - [F] .243 BA .274 OBP .143 ISO 70 AB 1 HR 1 SB 1 BB% 13 K%
Ross Adolph 3/5 2B 3B 2K SB -- [CF, 22, MID-HOU] - [F] .306 BA .395 OBP .270 ISO 111 AB 4 HR 3 SB 10 BB% 33 K%
Matt Whatley 2/3 2B HR BB -- [C, 23, SAL-TEX] - [F] .278 BA .351 OBP .082 ISO 97 AB 1 HR 6 SB 10 BB% 15 K%
 

A (Short Season) Standouts

George Valera 1/3 BB 2K SB -- [RF, 18, NYP-CLE] - [F] .258 BA .324 OBP .258 ISO 31 AB 2 HR 1 SB 8 BB% 29 K%
Jordan Diaz 1/5 HR -- [3B, 18, NYP-OAK] - [F] .278 BA .289 OBP .306 ISO 36 AB 3 HR 2 BB% 7 K%
Gilberto Jimenez 2/4 SB -- [RF, 18, NYP-BOS] - [F] .474 BA .478 OBP .053 ISO 19 AB 2 SB 4 BB% 21 K%
Oswald Peraza 2/5 SB -- [SS, 19, NYP-NYY] - [F] .222 BA .323 OBP .000 ISO 27 AB 3 SB 9 BB% 6 K%
Raynel Delgado 1/3 BB 2 SB -- [2B, 19, NYP-CLE] - [F] .250 BA .364 OBP .179 ISO 28 AB 1 HR 2 SB 15 BB% 30 K%
Sean Guilbe 2/4 2B HR BB K -- [3B, 19, NWL-SDP] - [F] .190 BA .261 OBP .238 ISO 21 AB 1 HR 8 BB% 30 K%
Nick Decker 3/3 2 2B -- [CF, 19, NYP-BOS] - [F] .294 BA .375 OBP .235 ISO 17 AB 16 BB% 29 K%
Yorlis Rodriguez 1/3 HR -- [2B, 19, NWL-SF] - [F] .306 BA .381 OBP .222 ISO 36 AB 1 HR 1 SB 9 BB% 11 K%
Steven Leyton 1/3 HR BB -- [2B, 20, NWL-ARI] - [F] .286 BA .429 OBP .250 ISO 28 AB 1 HR 1 SB 11 BB% 20 K%
Fernando Kelli 2/4 3B SB -- [CF, 20, NWL-CHC] - [F] .281 BA .324 OBP .219 ISO 32 AB 2 SB 2 BB% 20 K%
Jaylen Ferguson 2/5 HR SB -- [LF, 21, NYP-BAL] - [F] .250 BA .348 OBP .550 ISO 20 AB 3 HR 2 SB 13 BB% 21 K%
 

Rookie Advanced Standouts

D'Shawn Knowles 3/4 HR K SB -- [CF, 18, PION-LAA] - [F] .290 BA .425 OBP .194 ISO 31 AB 2 HR 4 SB 20 BB% 25 K%
Liover Peguero 2/4 HR 2K -- [SS, 18, PION-ARI] - [F] .367 BA .367 OBP .300 ISO 30 AB 1 HR 1 SB 0 BB% 23 K%
Julio Carreras 2/5 3B SB -- [3B, 19, PION-COL] - [F] .250 BA .316 OBP .188 ISO 32 AB 1 HR 4 SB 7 BB% 17 K%
Addison Barger 2/6 HR K -- [SS, 19, APP-TOR] - [F] .235 BA .316 OBP .235 ISO 17 AB 1 HR 10 BB% 26 K%
Carlos Soler 2/4 BB K SB -- [CF, 19, APP-STL] - [F] .300 BA .417 OBP .000 ISO 10 AB 1 SB 16 BB% 25 K%
Ernesto Martinez 2/3 HR BB SB -- [1B, 20, PION-MIL] - [F] .233 BA .343 OBP .200 ISO 30 AB 2 HR 1 SB 14 BB% 31 K%
Bryce Ball 3/5 HR K -- [DH, 20, APP-ATL] - [F] .526 BA .526 OBP .421 ISO 19 AB 2 HR 0 BB% 21 K%
Zach Jackson 3/5 2B HR BB -- [C, 21, APP-STL] - [F] .375 BA .444 OBP .500 ISO 8 AB 1 HR 11 BB% 0 K%
D.J. Daniels 3/5 2B HR -- [LF, 21, APP-TOR] - [F] .308 BA .357 OBP .308 ISO 13 AB 1 HR 0 BB% 42 K%
Vinnie Pasquantino 2/5 2 HR 2K -- [1B, 21, APP-KCR] - [F] .278 BA .458 OBP .667 ISO 18 AB 4 HR 25 BB% 20 K%
Angel Camacho 4/5 2B HR -- [3B, 22, APP-TOR] - [F] .444 BA .474 OBP .278 ISO 18 AB 1 HR 5 BB% 26 K%
Michael Mateja 3/5 2 2B SB -- [LF, 22, APP-ATL] - [F] .273 BA .273 OBP .182 ISO 11 AB 1 SB 0 BB% 9 K%
 

Rookie Standouts

Alex De Jesus 1/5 3B 2K -- [SS, 17, AZL-LAD] - [F] .375 BA .444 OBP .750 ISO 8 AB 1 HR 11 BB% 22 K%
Marco Luciano 1/5 HR K -- [SS, 17, AZL-SF] - [F] .364 BA .417 OBP .545 ISO 22 AB 3 HR 1 SB 4 BB% 20 K%
Alexfri Planez 3/5 2 2B -- [RF, 17, AZL-CLE] - [F] .350 BA .381 OBP .250 ISO 20 AB 1 HR 4 BB% 28 K%
Yordys Valdes 2/5 2B K -- [DH, 17, AZL-CLE] - [F] .214 BA .267 OBP .071 ISO 14 AB 2 SB 6 BB% 33 K%
Yunior Garcia 1/4 HR -- [DH, 17, AZL-LAD] - [F] .333 BA .300 OBP .333 ISO 9 AB 1 HR 0 BB% 10 K%
DJ Gladney 1/3 BB -- [DH, 17, AZL-CWS] - [F] .273 BA .292 OBP .318 ISO 22 AB 1 HR 4 BB% 37 K%
Glenallen Hill Jr. 2/3 HR K SB -- [2B, 18, AZL-ARI] - [F] .286 BA .286 OBP .429 ISO 7 AB 1 HR 1 SB 0 BB% 28 K%
Oscar Santos 1/3 HR -- [C, 18, AZL-ARI] - [F] .333 BA .333 OBP 1.000 ISO 3 AB 1 HR 0 BB% 0 K%
Jose Guzman 1/3 HR K -- [SS, 18, AZL-LAA] - [F] .375 BA .353 OBP .250 ISO 16 AB 1 HR 0 BB% 35 K%
Fabian Pertuz 3/4 2B 3B BB SB -- [3B, 18, AZL-CHC] - [F] .524 BA .565 OBP .190 ISO 21 AB 1 SB 8 BB% 17 K%
Leuri Mejia 0/0 BB SB -- [CF, 18, AZL-TEX] - [F] .167 BA .444 OBP .333 ISO 6 AB 2 SB 22 BB% 33 K%
Corbin Carroll 2/3 SB -- [CF, 18, AZL-ARI] - [F] .667 BA .667 OBP .000 ISO 3 AB 1 SB 0 BB% 0 K%
Julio De La Cruz 1/2 2BB -- [2B, 18, AZL-LAA] - [F] .200 BA .261 OBP .000 ISO 20 AB 8 BB% 26 K%
Randy Florentino 2/3 2BB -- [C, 18, AZL-TEX] - [F] .364 BA .467 OBP .000 ISO 11 AB 20 BB% 6 K%
Alexander Canario 0/3 2BB SB -- [DH, 19, AZL-SF] - [F] .450 BA .542 OBP .600 ISO 20 AB 2 HR 1 SB 12 BB% 12 K%
Angel Aponte 1/3 2BB 2K SB -- [RF, 19, AZL-TEX] - [F] .429 BA .500 OBP .357 ISO 14 AB 1 HR 1 SB 12 BB% 18 K%
Heriberto Hernandez 3/5 2B -- [DH, 19, AZL-TEX] - [F] .444 BA .500 OBP .333 ISO 18 AB 1 HR 10 BB% 15 K%
Luis Yanel Diaz 3/5 2 3B K SB -- [3B, 19, AZL-LAD] - [F] .250 BA .250 OBP .208 ISO 24 AB 2 SB 0 BB% 45 K%
Luis Tejada 1/3 2B BB SB -- [2B, 19, AZL-CIN] - [F] .182 BA .308 OBP .364 ISO 11 AB 1 HR 1 SB 15 BB% 15 K%
Jean Montero 3/4 K 2 SB -- [LF, 20, AZL-CLE] - [F] .364 BA .364 OBP .000 ISO 11 AB 3 SB 0 BB% 36 K%
Ike Freeman 3/3 BB SB -- [3B, 21, AZL-CLE] - [F] .455 BA .538 OBP .091 ISO 11 AB 1 SB 7 BB% 30 K%
Harrison Freed 4/4 2 2B HR BB SB -- [LF, 21, AZL-SF] - [F] .455 BA .480 OBP .273 ISO 22 AB 1 HR 1 SB 8 BB% 12 K%
Kyle McCann 3/6 2B HR 2K -- [1B, 21, AZL-OAK] - [F] .400 BA .520 OBP .600 ISO 20 AB 2 HR 20 BB% 24 K%
 

Yesterday's Standout Pitchers

stats for games since 05/14/2019
 

AAA Standouts

Bryse Wilson 6 IP 5H 2BB 7K -- [RHP, 21, INT-ATL] - [F] [T] 47.0 IP 2.49 ERA 1.11 WHIP 9.4 K/9 1.7 BB/9 5.4 K/BB 20.6 K-BB% 0.9 GO/AO
Devin Smeltzer 4.2 IP 2ER 4H BB 8K -- [LHP, 23, INT-MIN] - [F] [T] 25.0 IP 4.32 ERA 1.4 WHIP 11.2 K/9 2.9 BB/9 3.9 K/BB 21.3 K-BB% 1.1 GO/AO
Tyler Alexander 7 IP 2H 2BB 12K -- [LHP, 24, INT-DET] - [F] [T] 45.0 IP 5.2 ERA 1.36 WHIP 10.4 K/9 2.4 BB/9 4.3 K/BB 20.1 K-BB% 0.8 GO/AO
Dinelson Lamet 5 IP ER 2H BB 8K -- [RHP, 26, PCL-SDP] - [F] [T] 19.0 IP 6.16 ERA 1.26 WHIP 12.3 K/9 3.3 BB/9 3.7 K/BB 24.1 K-BB% 1.0 GO/AO
 

AA Standouts

Sixto Sanchez 7 IP 2ER 7H 9K -- [RHP, 20, SOU-FLA] - [F] [T] 45.0 IP 3.0 ERA 1.22 WHIP 8.8 K/9 1.4 BB/9 6.3 K/BB 19.7 K-BB% 1.4 GO/AO
Dustin May 7 IP 2H 14K -- [RHP, 21, TEX-LAD] - [F] [T] 47.2 IP 4.0 ERA 1.17 WHIP 8.8 K/9 1.7 BB/9 5.1 K/BB 18.7 K-BB% 1.3 GO/AO
Jackson Kowar 7 IP 6H 2BB 7K -- [RHP, 22, TEX-KCR] - [F] [T] 44.0 IP 3.48 ERA 1.09 WHIP 7.0 K/9 1.8 BB/9 3.8 K/BB 13.9 K-BB% 1.1 GO/AO
Dylan File 6 IP ER 4H 6K -- [RHP, 23, SOU-MIL] - [F] [T] 36.2 IP 3.48 ERA 1.1 WHIP 8.0 K/9 1.2 BB/9 6.4 K/BB 17.9 K-BB% 0.8 GO/AO
Dean Kremer 5 IP 2H 2BB 8K -- [RHP, 23, EAS-BAL] - [F] [T] 39.2 IP 3.67 ERA 1.22 WHIP 10.8 K/9 3.0 BB/9 3.6 K/BB 21.1 K-BB% 0.8 GO/AO
Pedro Vasquez 6 IP 4H BB 7K -- [RHP, 23, EAS-PIT] - [F] [T] 44.2 IP 3.05 ERA 0.97 WHIP 8.8 K/9 2.0 BB/9 4.3 K/BB 18.8 K-BB% 0.5 GO/AO
Jason Bahr 5 IP 2H 2BB 9K -- [RHP, 24, TEX-TEX] - [F] [T] 32.2 IP 1.12 ERA 1.06 WHIP 11.2 K/9 3.6 BB/9 3.1 K/BB 19.9 K-BB% 0.6 GO/AO
 

A+ Standouts

Luis Patino 5 IP 3ER 4H 2BB 8K -- [RHP, 19, CAL-SDP] - [F] [T] 24.1 IP 2.61 ERA 1.04 WHIP 11.6 K/9 3.0 BB/9 3.9 K/BB 23.7 K-BB% 0.6 GO/AO
Kyle Glogoski 5 IP 2BB 5K -- [RHP, 20, FSL-PHI] - [F] [T] 28.0 IP 1.29 ERA 0.71 WHIP 12.9 K/9 2.2 BB/9 5.7 K/BB 31.7 K-BB% 0.7 GO/AO
Edward Cabrera 5 IP ER 4H 2BB 8K -- [RHP, 21, FSL-FLA] - [F] [T] 34.0 IP 2.38 ERA 1.03 WHIP 10.6 K/9 2.6 BB/9 4.0 K/BB 21.9 K-BB% 1.7 GO/AO
Josiah Gray 5 IP 2ER 5H 2BB 9K -- [RHP, 21, CAL-LAD] - [F] [T] 39.0 IP 2.54 ERA 1.05 WHIP 11.8 K/9 1.6 BB/9 7.3 K/BB 28.0 K-BB% 0.8 GO/AO
Cooper Criswell 5 IP 3H BB 9K -- [RHP, 22, CAL-LAA] - [F] [T] 23.2 IP 5.04 ERA 1.59 WHIP 12.8 K/9 4.3 BB/9 3.0 K/BB 20.6 K-BB% 0.8 GO/AO
 

A Standouts

Robinson Ortiz 5 IP 3H BB 5K -- [LHP, 19, MID-LAD] - [F] [T] 24.0 IP 6.38 ERA 1.46 WHIP 8.6 K/9 4.5 BB/9 1.9 K/BB 10.2 K-BB% 1.1 GO/AO
Robinson Pina 5.2 IP ER 3H 2BB 8K -- [RHP, 20, MID-LAA] - [F] [T] 27.2 IP 5.62 ERA 1.51 WHIP 10.6 K/9 7.9 BB/9 1.3 K/BB 6.2 K-BB% 1.1 GO/AO
Luis Amaya 2.1 IP 5K -- [LHP, 20, SAL-SF] - [F] [T] 10.2 IP 6.18 ERA 1.86 WHIP 15.9 K/9 5.3 BB/9 3.0 K/BB 19.0 K-BB% 0.5 GO/AO
Matt Tabor 5 IP 2ER 5H BB 9K -- [RHP, 20, MID-ARI] - [F] [T] 31.0 IP 3.48 ERA 1.1 WHIP 11.3 K/9 1.7 BB/9 6.5 K/BB 26.4 K-BB% 0.9 GO/AO
Alex Royalty 6.2 IP 4H 10K -- [RHP, 22, MID-CLE] - [F] [T] 34.0 IP 2.38 ERA 1.03 WHIP 7.9 K/9 2.9 BB/9 2.7 K/BB 13.6 K-BB% 2.2 GO/AO
Scott Sunitsch 6 IP 4H 11K -- [LHP, 23, MID-MIL] - [F] [T] 31.2 IP 5.19 ERA 1.31 WHIP 10.7 K/9 2.9 BB/9 3.7 K/BB 19.4 K-BB% 1.2 GO/AO
 

A (Short Season) Standouts

Aldo Ramirez 5 IP 2H 2BB 7K -- [RHP, 18, NYP-BOS] - [F] [T] 10.0 IP 1.8 ERA 0.9 WHIP 9.0 K/9 2.7 BB/9 3.3 K/BB 17.9 K-BB% 1.9 GO/AO
Ethan Hankins 4.2 IP BB 8K -- [RHP, 19, NYP-CLE] - [F] [T] 8.2 IP 0.0 ERA 0.24 WHIP 13.2 K/9 2.2 BB/9 6.0 K/BB 34.5 K-BB% 2.5 GO/AO
Michael Burrows 4 IP ER 2H 2BB 7K -- [RHP, 19, NYP-PIT] - [F] [T] 9.0 IP 1.0 ERA 1.0 WHIP 12.0 K/9 5.0 BB/9 2.4 K/BB 20.6 K-BB% 2.2 GO/AO
Adrian Del Moral 5 IP ER 5H 7K -- [RHP, 20, NWL-ARI] - [F] [T] 10.0 IP 0.9 ERA 0.8 WHIP 12.6 K/9 1.8 BB/9 7.0 K/BB 31.6 K-BB% 1.3 GO/AO
Adam Stauffer 5.1 IP ER 3H 3BB 8K -- [RHP, 20, NYP-BAL] - [F] [T] 9.1 IP 2.97 ERA 1.1 WHIP 12.9 K/9 4.0 BB/9 3.2 K/BB 23.1 K-BB% 1.7 GO/AO
Anderson Munoz 5 IP H BB 6K -- [RHP, 20, NYP-NYY] - [F] [T] 12.1 IP 4.46 ERA 1.24 WHIP 8.2 K/9 5.2 BB/9 1.6 K/BB 7.8 K-BB% 1.7 GO/AO
Alfredo Silva 5 IP 2H BB 7K -- [LHP, 20, NYP-DET] - [F] [T] 10.0 IP 0.0 ERA 0.6 WHIP 11.7 K/9 3.6 BB/9 3.2 K/BB 25.0 K-BB% 1.1 GO/AO
 

Rookie Standouts

Conner Nurse 5 IP ER 5H BB 8K -- [RHP, 19, AZL-SF] - [F] [T] 10.0 IP 0.9 ERA 0.9 WHIP 9.9 K/9 2.7 BB/9 3.7 K/BB 20.5 K-BB% 0.9 GO/AO
 
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Yesterday's Standout Hitters

stats for games since 05/13/2019
 

AAA Standouts

Carter Kieboom 2/5 HR -- [2B, 21, PCL-WAS] - [F] .272 BA .356 OBP .281 ISO 114 AB 7 HR 1 SB 11 BB% 17 K%
Conner Capel 3/5 2B HR K -- [LF, 22, PCL-STL] - [F] .259 BA .319 OBP .194 ISO 108 AB 4 HR 6 SB 7 BB% 20 K%
Willi Castro 2/3 2B 3B -- [SS, 22, INT-DET] - [F] .311 BA .382 OBP .193 ISO 135 AB 3 HR 6 SB 7 BB% 19 K%
Kyle Tucker 3/5 2 2B -- [RF, 22, PCL-HOU] - [F] .333 BA .410 OBP .396 ISO 144 AB 13 HR 11 SB 10 BB% 21 K%
Cole Tucker 3/5 2B -- [SS, 22, INT-PIT] - [F] .302 BA .333 OBP .256 ISO 43 AB 2 HR 3 SB 4 BB% 24 K%
Edmundo Sosa 2/5 HR 2K -- [SS, 23, PCL-STL] - [F] .226 BA .281 OBP .202 ISO 124 AB 5 HR 1 SB 5 BB% 22 K%
Michael Gettys 3/5 HR K -- [CF, 23, PCL-SDP] - [F] .220 BA .261 OBP .236 ISO 123 AB 7 HR 5 SB 5 BB% 28 K%
Carlos Tocci 2/4 HR BB 2K -- [LF, 23, PCL-TEX] - [F] .333 BA .371 OBP .088 ISO 114 AB 2 HR 2 SB 4 BB% 16 K%
Xavier Fernandez 2/3 2B BB -- [C, 23, PCL-KCR] - [F] .271 BA .317 OBP .186 ISO 59 AB 3 HR 6 BB% 7 K%
Jonah Heim 2/5 2B HR 2K -- [C, 23, PCL-OAK] - [F] .326 BA .413 OBP .242 ISO 95 AB 5 HR 11 BB% 14 K%
Jake Fraley 2/3 HR BB SB -- [CF, 24, PCL-SEA] - [F] .330 BA .402 OBP .277 ISO 112 AB 7 HR 9 SB 8 BB% 20 K%
Matt Thaiss 2/4 2 HR BB K -- [3B, 24, PCL-LAA] - [F] .279 BA .402 OBP .264 ISO 140 AB 11 HR 17 BB% 18 K%
Will Smith 2/5 2B HR -- [C, 24, PCL-LAD] - [F] .338 BA .413 OBP .463 ISO 80 AB 10 HR 11 BB% 14 K%
Nick Solak 2/4 HR BB -- [2B, 24, INT-TB] - [F] .299 BA .397 OBP .276 ISO 127 AB 11 HR 3 SB 13 BB% 19 K%
Dustin Fowler 2/5 2B HR K -- [RF, 24, PCL-OAK] - [F] .285 BA .331 OBP .197 ISO 137 AB 7 HR 3 SB 6 BB% 20 K%
Sheldon Neuse 4/5 2B HR K -- [2B, 24, PCL-OAK] - [F] .394 BA .473 OBP .291 ISO 127 AB 7 HR 12 BB% 16 K%
Brennon Lund 2/4 HR -- [CF, 24, PCL-LAA] - [F] .291 BA .362 OBP .252 ISO 103 AB 5 HR 1 SB 9 BB% 22 K%
Brent Rooker 2/3 2B HR BB -- [LF, 24, INT-MIN] - [F] .392 BA .531 OBP .311 ISO 74 AB 5 HR 1 SB 18 BB% 29 K%
Garrett Hampson 2/4 2B SB -- [SS, 24, PCL-COL] - [F] .274 BA .319 OBP .160 ISO 106 AB 2 HR 7 SB 4 BB% 21 K%
Victor Reyes 3/4 2 2B -- [RF, 24, INT-DET] - [F] .380 BA .384 OBP .259 ISO 108 AB 6 HR 1 SB 1 BB% 14 K%
Travis Demeritte 1/2 HR 2BB -- [LF, 24, INT-ATL] - [F] .288 BA .384 OBP .336 ISO 125 AB 9 HR 2 SB 13 BB% 26 K%
Anthony Alford 1/1 2BB 2 SB -- [RF, 24, INT-TOR] - [F] .319 BA .406 OBP .112 ISO 116 AB 1 HR 11 SB 12 BB% 25 K%
Tim Lopes 2/4 BB K 2 SB -- [3B, 24, PCL-SEA] - [F] .299 BA .360 OBP .118 ISO 144 AB 1 HR 12 SB 8 BB% 16 K%
Andrew Stevenson 4/5 BB 2 SB -- [CF, 25, PCL-WAS] - [F] .340 BA .415 OBP .165 ISO 103 AB 2 HR 4 SB 10 BB% 21 K%
Austin Slater 4/4 2 2B HR 2BB -- [1B, 26, PCL-SF] - [F] .314 BA .438 OBP .248 ISO 105 AB 6 HR 13 BB% 25 K%
Arismendy Alcantara 3/5 2 HR K -- [LF, 27, INT-NYM] - [F] .330 BA .425 OBP .223 ISO 103 AB 6 HR 5 SB 14 BB% 25 K%
 

AA Standouts

Luis Garcia 1/5 3B -- [SS, 19, EAS-WAS] - [F] .254 BA .285 OBP .036 ISO 138 AB 2 SB 4 BB% 17 K%
Jo Adell 3/4 HR BB -- [CF, 20, SOU-LAA] - [F] .365 BA .440 OBP .311 ISO 74 AB 5 HR 4 SB 8 BB% 19 K%
Isaac Paredes 2/4 BB -- [3B, 20, EAS-DET] - [F] .270 BA .366 OBP .139 ISO 122 AB 3 HR 1 SB 11 BB% 12 K%
Leody Taveras 4/5 2B -- [CF, 20, TEX-TEX] - [F] .266 BA .363 OBP .056 ISO 124 AB 13 SB 13 BB% 18 K%
Josh Lowe 1/3 3B -- [CF, 21, SOU-TB] - [F] .209 BA .278 OBP .183 ISO 115 AB 5 HR 7 SB 7 BB% 23 K%
Jazz Chisholm 2/3 HR BB -- [SS, 21, SOU-ARI] - [F] .188 BA .301 OBP .170 ISO 112 AB 5 HR 4 SB 12 BB% 32 K%
Ben Rortvedt 1/3 2BB -- [C, 21, SOU-MIN] - [F] .273 BA .376 OBP .141 ISO 99 AB 4 HR 12 BB% 21 K%
Josh Stephen 2/6 2B 3B 2K SB -- [DH, 21, EAS-PHI] - [F] .305 BA .371 OBP .253 ISO 95 AB 4 HR 3 SB 8 BB% 24 K%
Luis Robert 1/4 HR -- [CF, 21, SOU-CWS] - [F] .321 BA .354 OBP .241 ISO 137 AB 6 HR 8 SB 3 BB% 23 K%
Jahmai Jones 2/5 2B -- [2B, 21, SOU-LAA] - [F] .226 BA .288 OBP .089 ISO 124 AB 2 HR 1 SB 7 BB% 19 K%
Cornelius Randolph 1/4 BB SB -- [LF, 22, EAS-PHI] - [F] .246 BA .319 OBP .098 ISO 122 AB 1 HR 6 SB 8 BB% 25 K%
Andruw Monasterio 2/4 HR 2K -- [2B, 22, EAS-CLE] - [F] .182 BA .182 OBP .273 ISO 11 AB 1 HR 0 BB% 27 K%
Andretty Cordero 3/5 HR -- [3B, 22, TEX-TEX] - [F] .281 BA .303 OBP .180 ISO 139 AB 7 HR 2 BB% 20 K%
Michael De Leon 3/4 BB -- [2B, 22, TEX-TEX] - [F] .237 BA .286 OBP .061 ISO 131 AB 2 HR 5 BB% 14 K%
Abraham Toro 2/4 HR K -- [3B, 22, TEX-HOU] - [F] .278 BA .378 OBP .180 ISO 133 AB 6 HR 1 SB 12 BB% 19 K%
Gabriel Cancel 1/3 BB SB -- [2B, 22, TEX-KCR] - [F] .284 BA .344 OBP .250 ISO 116 AB 7 HR 4 SB 6 BB% 24 K%
Raul Rivas 1/4 3B SB -- [2B, 22, EAS-PHI] - [F] .185 BA .290 OBP .111 ISO 27 AB 1 SB 6 BB% 19 K%
Travis Blankenhorn 2/4 2B 2BB K -- [2B, 22, SOU-MIN] - [F] .309 BA .338 OBP .237 ISO 152 AB 9 HR 4 SB 3 BB% 25 K%
Jermaine Palacios 1/2 HR BB -- [2B, 22, SOU-TB] - [F] .173 BA .267 OBP .135 ISO 52 AB 2 HR 2 SB 11 BB% 23 K%
Bligh Madris 2/4 HR -- [RF, 23, EAS-PIT] - [F] .243 BA .326 OBP .157 ISO 115 AB 3 HR 2 SB 10 BB% 18 K%
Luis Aviles Jr. 1/3 BB 2 SB -- [SS, 24, SOU-MIL] - [F] .252 BA .318 OBP .059 ISO 119 AB 1 HR 12 SB 8 BB% 23 K%
Bret Boswell 2/3 HR BB SB -- [CF, 24, EAS-COL] - [F] .260 BA .367 OBP .221 ISO 77 AB 3 HR 1 SB 12 BB% 26 K%
Vance Vizcaino 3/5 2B HR 2K -- [LF, 24, EAS-COL] - [F] .239 BA .333 OBP .225 ISO 71 AB 3 HR 4 SB 12 BB% 21 K%
 

A+ Standouts

Jeisson Rosario 1/3 BB SB -- [CF, 19, CAL-SDP] - [F] .302 BA .384 OBP .047 ISO 86 AB 2 SB 11 BB% 18 K%
Jarred Kelenic 1/4 3B 2K -- [CF, 19, CAL-SEA] - [F] .297 BA .360 OBP .319 ISO 91 AB 7 HR 3 SB 8 BB% 21 K%
Tyler Freeman 2/4 2B BB -- [SS, 20, CAR-CLE] - [F] .289 BA .345 OBP .089 ISO 135 AB 1 HR 3 SB 2 BB% 12 K%
Ryan Vilade 3/5 HR -- [SS, 20, CAL-COL] - [F] .291 BA .380 OBP .209 ISO 110 AB 3 HR 4 SB 12 BB% 22 K%
Gabriel Maciel 2/4 BB K SB -- [CF, 20, FSL-MIN] - [F] .354 BA .436 OBP .062 ISO 96 AB 5 SB 11 BB% 14 K%
Austin Beck 3/4 -- [CF, 20, CAL-OAK] - [F] .379 BA .425 OBP .197 ISO 66 AB 1 HR 8 BB% 31 K%
Aramis Ademan 2/3 HR BB -- [SS, 20, CAR-CHC] - [F] .284 BA .365 OBP .088 ISO 102 AB 2 HR 6 SB 11 BB% 19 K%
Moises Gomez 1/3 HR BB 2K -- [LF, 20, FSL-TB] - [F] .202 BA .269 OBP .167 ISO 114 AB 4 HR 1 SB 9 BB% 39 K%
Jack Suwinski 2/4 2B HR K -- [LF, 20, CAL-SDP] - [F] .145 BA .244 OBP .118 ISO 76 AB 1 HR 11 BB% 31 K%
Edgardo Fermin 2/4 2B SB -- [RF, 21, FSL-NYM] - [F] .321 BA .345 OBP .107 ISO 28 AB 3 SB 3 BB% 24 K%
Yonny Hernandez 4/5 2B SB -- [SS, 21, CAR-TEX] - [F] .286 BA .392 OBP .016 ISO 126 AB 7 SB 12 BB% 15 K%
Orlando Martinez 4/5 HR SB -- [CF, 21, CAL-LAA] - [F] .355 BA .444 OBP .258 ISO 62 AB 3 HR 2 SB 12 BB% 16 K%
Jerar Encarnacion 3/5 2B HR K -- [RF, 21, FSL-FLA] - [F] .270 BA .333 OBP .190 ISO 137 AB 6 HR 1 SB 8 BB% 21 K%
Steven Kwan 3/5 2 2B 3B -- [CF, 21, CAR-CLE] - [F] .234 BA .294 OBP .081 ISO 124 AB 1 HR 3 SB 7 BB% 11 K%
Nick Maton 2/3 2BB SB -- [SS, 22, FSL-PHI] - [F] .257 BA .339 OBP .114 ISO 105 AB 2 HR 4 SB 10 BB% 16 K%
Devin Mann 3/4 2 2B HR K -- [3B, 22, CAL-LAD] - [F] .303 BA .346 OBP .270 ISO 122 AB 8 HR 2 SB 6 BB% 17 K%
David Villar 2/4 2B HR K -- [3B, 22, CAL-SF] - [F] .276 BA .361 OBP .224 ISO 116 AB 5 HR 1 SB 10 BB% 27 K%
Manuel Geraldo 2/4 2B SB -- [SS, 22, CAL-SF] - [F] .219 BA .279 OBP .062 ISO 96 AB 1 HR 1 SB 7 BB% 27 K%
Alfonso Rivas 2/2 3B 2BB -- [1B, 22, CAL-OAK] - [F] .298 BA .427 OBP .138 ISO 94 AB 2 HR 18 BB% 21 K%
Marcus Wilson 2/2 HR BB SB -- [CF, 22, CAR-BOS] - [F] .326 BA .408 OBP .236 ISO 89 AB 4 HR 2 SB 11 BB% 32 K%
Jodd Carter 3/4 SB -- [LF, 22, CAR-CLE] - [F] .231 BA .345 OBP .132 ISO 91 AB 2 HR 2 SB 12 BB% 20 K%
Jacob Meyers 2/4 2B HR BB SB -- [CF, 23, CAR-HOU] - [F] .276 BA .350 OBP .203 ISO 123 AB 3 HR 3 SB 8 BB% 21 K%
Sean Bouchard 3/3 2 HR 2BB -- [LF, 23, CAL-COL] - [F] .311 BA .348 OBP .233 ISO 103 AB 5 HR 3 SB 5 BB% 23 K%
Yoel Yanqui 2/4 2B HR -- [1B, 23, CAL-ARI] - [F] .262 BA .338 OBP .148 ISO 61 AB 1 HR 3 SB 8 BB% 20 K%
Scott Hurst 2/3 2B BB SB -- [CF, 23, FSL-STL] - [F] .250 BA .312 OBP .080 ISO 100 AB 1 HR 1 SB 7 BB% 22 K%
Stuart Fairchild 2/3 HR BB -- [CF, 23, FSL-CIN] - [F] .318 BA .398 OBP .243 ISO 107 AB 5 HR 1 SB 11 BB% 15 K%
Donovan Casey 2/4 2 HR BB -- [DH, 23, CAL-LAD] - [F] .284 BA .352 OBP .302 ISO 116 AB 8 HR 8 SB 8 BB% 28 K%
Bryce Johnson 2/3 2B 2BB SB -- [RF, 23, CAL-SF] - [F] .309 BA .372 OBP .130 ISO 123 AB 1 HR 7 SB 9 BB% 18 K%
Brock Deatherage 3/5 3B SB -- [CF, 23, FSL-DET] - [F] .252 BA .275 OBP .112 ISO 143 AB 2 HR 9 SB 2 BB% 23 K%
 

A Standouts

Luis Garcia 1/3 2B BB K -- [2B, 18, SAL-PHI] - [F] .195 BA .301 OBP .122 ISO 123 AB 2 HR 4 SB 12 BB% 25 K%
Ivan Herrera 1/4 HR BB K -- [C, 19, MID-STL] - [F] .298 BA .362 OBP .128 ISO 94 AB 3 HR 1 SB 9 BB% 12 K%
Jonathan Ornelas 1/4 SB -- [SS, 19, SAL-TEX] - [F] .192 BA .255 OBP .111 ISO 99 AB 2 HR 4 SB 6 BB% 26 K%
Triston Casas 2/5 HR -- [1B, 19, SAL-BOS] - [F] .293 BA .372 OBP .276 ISO 116 AB 7 HR 10 BB% 23 K%
Miguel Vargas 1/4 BB K SB -- [DH, 19, MID-LAD] - [F] .336 BA .381 OBP .114 ISO 140 AB 1 HR 7 SB 7 BB% 14 K%
Brennen Davis 1/2 2B BB -- [CF, 19, MID-CHC] - [F] .325 BA .435 OBP .195 ISO 77 AB 3 HR 2 SB 12 BB% 16 K%
Agustin Ruiz 3/3 -- [RF, 19, MID-SDP] - [F] .207 BA .289 OBP .135 ISO 111 AB 3 HR 10 BB% 30 K%
Ji-Hwan Bae 1/3 2B BB K SB -- [2B, 19, SAL-PIT] - [F] .321 BA .391 OBP .090 ISO 78 AB 9 SB 9 BB% 21 K%
Jair Camargo 2/4 2B -- [C, 19, MID-LAD] - [F] .325 BA .386 OBP .212 ISO 80 AB 3 HR 7 BB% 25 K%
Yeison Coca 1/2 3B BB -- [SS, 20, MID-MIL] - [F] .168 BA .248 OBP .143 ISO 119 AB 2 HR 3 SB 8 BB% 30 K%
Otto Lopez 1/3 HR -- [SS, 20, MID-TOR] - [F] .339 BA .397 OBP .177 ISO 62 AB 2 HR 2 SB 8 BB% 7 K%
Corey Zangari 3/3 3 2B BB -- [1B, 22, SAL-CWS] - [F] .232 BA .312 OBP .275 ISO 69 AB 4 HR 1 SB 10 BB% 29 K%
Hansel Moreno 2/4 2B BB SB -- [CF, 22, SAL-NYM] - [F] .295 BA .361 OBP .168 ISO 95 AB 4 HR 6 SB 9 BB% 18 K%
Armond Upshaw 3/4 2B 2BB 2 SB -- [RF, 23, SAL-WAS] - [F] .273 BA .437 OBP .091 ISO 55 AB 6 SB 17 BB% 19 K%
Vinny Esposito 3/4 2B HR SB -- [LF, 23, MID-DET] - [F] .211 BA .279 OBP .132 ISO 38 AB 1 HR 2 SB 2 BB% 30 K%
Matt Whatley 2/3 BB 3 SB -- [C, 23, SAL-TEX] - [F] .263 BA .330 OBP .040 ISO 99 AB 6 SB 9 BB% 15 K%
 

A (Short Season) Standouts

Miguel Perez 1/4 HR BB 2K -- [CF, 18, NWL-SEA] - [F] .241 BA .361 OBP .379 ISO 29 AB 2 HR 10 BB% 32 K%
Dalvy Rosario 1/4 3B -- [SS, 18, NYP-FLA] - [F] .200 BA .200 OBP .150 ISO 20 AB 2 SB 0 BB% 27 K%
David Garcia 2/4 2B HR -- [C, 19, NWL-TEX] - [F] .263 BA .286 OBP .211 ISO 19 AB 1 HR 4 BB% 19 K%
Korey Holland 1/2 3BB K SB -- [CF, 19, NYP-CLE] - [F] .278 BA .435 OBP .056 ISO 18 AB 2 SB 17 BB% 30 K%
Jordy Barley 1/4 BB SB -- [SS, 19, NWL-SDP] - [F] .235 BA .289 OBP .206 ISO 34 AB 1 HR 2 SB 7 BB% 26 K%
Carlos Soto 2/4 HR BB K -- [DH, 20, NYP-STL] - [F] .360 BA .393 OBP .160 ISO 25 AB 1 HR 7 BB% 17 K%
Pedro Pages 4/4 2 2B -- [C, 20, NYP-STL] - [F] .714 BA .714 OBP .286 ISO 7 AB 0 BB% 0 K%
Starling Joseph 3/4 2B HR K -- [CF, 20, NWL-TEX] - [F] .192 BA .290 OBP .192 ISO 26 AB 1 HR 12 BB% 38 K%
Obie Ricumstrict 2/4 HR K SB -- [RF, 20, NWL-TEX] - [F] .312 BA .421 OBP .344 ISO 32 AB 2 HR 4 SB 13 BB% 26 K%
K.V. Edwards 0/1 3BB K 2 SB -- [CF, 21, NYP-TB] - [F] .211 BA .400 OBP .105 ISO 19 AB 5 SB 24 BB% 32 K%
Miguel Flames 2/4 HR BB -- [1B, 21, NYP-NYY] - [F] .231 BA .333 OBP .231 ISO 13 AB 1 HR 13 BB% 13 K%
 

Rookie Advanced Standouts

Roberto Chirinos 2/4 2B -- [SS, 18, APP-NYY] - [F] .250 BA .250 OBP .125 ISO 8 AB 0 BB% 12 K%
Walking Cabrera 2/3 BB -- [LF, 18, PION-COL] - [F] .200 BA .346 OBP .000 ISO 20 AB 19 BB% 30 K%
Jaylen Palmer 1/4 HR BB 3K -- [3B, 18, APP-NYM] - [F] .333 BA .450 OBP .400 ISO 15 AB 2 HR 1 SB 20 BB% 40 K%
Mateo Gil 2/4 HR 2K -- [SS, 18, APP-STL] - [F] .214 BA .250 OBP .214 ISO 14 AB 1 HR 6 BB% 31 K%
Kember Nacero 2/4 3B -- [2B, 19, PION-KCR] - [F] .158 BA .273 OBP .105 ISO 19 AB 2 SB 13 BB% 22 K%
Kevin Vargas 0/1 2BB SB -- [DH, 19, APP-STL] - [F] .250 BA .500 OBP .000 ISO 4 AB 2 SB 33 BB% 0 K%
Eddy Diaz 1/3 2BB K SB -- [2B, 19, PION-COL] - [F] .344 BA .400 OBP .250 ISO 32 AB 5 SB 8 BB% 17 K%
Anderson Comas 2/4 2B 3B K -- [LF, 19, PION-CWS] - [F] .250 BA .280 OBP .125 ISO 24 AB 0 BB% 36 K%
Julio Carreras 2/5 2B HR K -- [3B, 19, PION-COL] - [F] .222 BA .303 OBP .148 ISO 27 AB 1 HR 3 SB 8 BB% 20 K%
Addison Barger 2/4 2B BB -- [SS, 19, APP-TOR] - [F] .182 BA .308 OBP .091 ISO 11 AB 15 BB% 30 K%
Kevin Watson Jr. 3/4 3B HR K -- [CF, 20, PION-ARI] - [F] .292 BA .370 OBP .500 ISO 24 AB 2 HR 7 BB% 29 K%
Brett Wisely 0/1 3BB SB -- [2B, 20, APP-TB] - [F] .000 BA .250 OBP .000 ISO 7 AB 1 SB 25 BB% 16 K%
Saul Torres 2/3 2B HR BB K -- [C, 20, APP-NYY] - [F] .333 BA .429 OBP .667 ISO 6 AB 1 HR 14 BB% 14 K%
Leonardo Seminati 3/3 2BB -- [1B, 20, PION-CIN] - [F] .500 BA .560 OBP .045 ISO 22 AB 12 BB% 16 K%
Brenton Doyle 3/3 3B HR BB SB -- [CF, 21, PION-COL] - [F] .450 BA .522 OBP .400 ISO 20 AB 2 HR 2 SB 13 BB% 21 K%
 

Rookie Standouts

Alex De Jesus 2/3 2B HR BB -- [SS, 17, AZL-LAD] - [F] .667 BA .750 OBP 1.333 ISO 3 AB 1 HR 25 BB% 0 K%
Omar Hernandez 2/4 2B -- [C, 17, AZL-KCR] - [F] .462 BA .462 OBP .077 ISO 13 AB 0 BB% 7 K%
Darryl Collins 2/4 3B -- [LF, 17, AZL-KCR] - [F] .417 BA .462 OBP .250 ISO 12 AB 0 BB% 7 K%
Marco Luciano 4/4 HR SB -- [SS, 17, AZL-SF] - [F] .412 BA .474 OBP .529 ISO 17 AB 2 HR 1 SB 5 BB% 21 K%
Diego Cartaya 2/3 BB -- [C, 17, AZL-LAD] - [F] .667 BA .750 OBP .000 ISO 3 AB 25 BB% 0 K%
Alexfri Planez 1/3 HR BB -- [CF, 17, AZL-CLE] - [F] .267 BA .312 OBP .200 ISO 15 AB 1 HR 6 BB% 37 K%
Yordys Valdes 1/3 BB K 2 SB -- [SS, 17, AZL-CLE] - [F] .111 BA .200 OBP .000 ISO 9 AB 2 SB 10 BB% 40 K%
Jhonkensy Noel 3/3 2 HR 2BB -- [1B, 17, AZL-CLE] - [F] .467 BA .526 OBP .467 ISO 15 AB 2 HR 15 BB% 5 K%
Gary Camarillo 2/4 HR -- [RF, 17, AZL-KCR] - [F] .333 BA .444 OBP .200 ISO 15 AB 1 HR 16 BB% 11 K%
Junior Perez 2/3 BB -- [LF, 17, AZL-SDP] - [F] .364 BA .500 OBP .000 ISO 11 AB 14 BB% 14 K%
Herard Gonzalez 1/2 2BB -- [3B, 18, AZL-KCR] - [F] .300 BA .417 OBP .100 ISO 10 AB 16 BB% 41 K%
Aaron Bracho 1/4 2BB SB -- [2B, 18, AZL-CLE] - [F] .200 BA .333 OBP .267 ISO 15 AB 1 HR 1 SB 11 BB% 16 K%
Angel Solarte 2/5 3B K -- [CF, 18, AZL-SDP] - [F] .294 BA .368 OBP .235 ISO 17 AB 10 BB% 10 K%
Jose Tena 3/5 2B BB -- [DH, 18, AZL-CLE] - [F] .600 BA .667 OBP .200 ISO 5 AB 16 BB% 0 K%
Wilfri Peralta 3/4 2 2B BB SB -- [SS, 18, AZL-CLE] - [F] .357 BA .400 OBP .143 ISO 14 AB 2 SB 6 BB% 20 K%
Diego Maican 2/2 2 2B 2BB -- [1B, 18, AZL-KCR] - [F] .385 BA .529 OBP .231 ISO 13 AB 23 BB% 11 K%
Oswel Leones 3/5 2B K -- [RF, 18, AZL-MIL] - [F] .421 BA .400 OBP .211 ISO 19 AB 2 SB 0 BB% 10 K%
Jose Guzman 3/5 2B K -- [SS, 18, AZL-LAA] - [F] .385 BA .357 OBP .077 ISO 13 AB 0 BB% 35 K%
P.J. Hilson 2/4 2B BB K SB -- [CF, 18, AZL-SF] - [F] .125 BA .222 OBP .062 ISO 16 AB 2 SB 5 BB% 44 K%
Hansen Lopez 2/4 2B 3B -- [C, 18, AZL-OAK] - [F] .250 BA .250 OBP .375 ISO 8 AB 0 BB% 37 K%
Anderson Melendez 2/4 3B 2K SB -- [RF, 19, AZL-MIL] - [F] .294 BA .350 OBP .176 ISO 17 AB 1 SB 5 BB% 35 K%
Alexander Canario 2/5 2B HR 2K -- [CF, 19, AZL-SF] - [F] .529 BA .579 OBP .706 ISO 17 AB 2 HR 5 BB% 15 K%
Trent Deveaux 1/3 2B 2BB K SB -- [LF, 19, AZL-LAA] - [F] .412 BA .474 OBP .294 ISO 17 AB 1 SB 10 BB% 21 K%
Andrew Caraballo 1/1 HR -- [2B, 19, AZL-SF] - [F] 1.000 BA 1.000 OBP 3.000 ISO 1 AB 1 HR 0 BB% 0 K%
Luis Tejada 1/4 HR -- [2B, 19, AZL-CIN] - [F] .125 BA .222 OBP .375 ISO 8 AB 1 HR 11 BB% 22 K%
Rafael Rincones 3/5 2 2B -- [RF, 19, AZL-OAK] - [F] .438 BA .526 OBP .438 ISO 16 AB 10 BB% 10 K%
Ismael Alcantara 2/3 2B K 2 SB -- [CF, 20, AZL-LAD] - [F] .538 BA .625 OBP .077 ISO 13 AB 2 SB 12 BB% 12 K%
Aldrich De Jongh 1/4 BB 2K 2 SB -- [CF, 20, AZL-LAD] - [F] .333 BA .389 OBP .133 ISO 15 AB 4 SB 11 BB% 27 K%
 

Yesterday's Standout Pitchers

stats for games since 05/13/2019
 

AAA Standouts

Huascar Ynoa 4 IP 2ER 4H 2BB 8K -- [RHP, 21, INT-ATL] - [F] [T] 20.0 IP 5.4 ERA 1.8 WHIP 12.2 K/9 5.4 BB/9 2.2 K/BB 15.6 K-BB% 1.3 GO/AO
Conner Menez 5.1 IP ER 4H BB 12K -- [LHP, 24, PCL-SF] - [F] [T] 40.1 IP 3.37 ERA 1.0 WHIP 13.2 K/9 2.9 BB/9 4.5 K/BB 29.3 K-BB% 0.7 GO/AO
 

AA Standouts

Tyler Phillips 6 IP 2ER 4H BB 6K -- [RHP, 21, TEX-TEX] - [F] [T] 33.2 IP 6.78 ERA 1.54 WHIP 8.1 K/9 1.9 BB/9 4.3 K/BB 15.5 K-BB% 1.1 GO/AO
Jasseel De La Cruz 7 IP ER 2H 5BB 9K -- [RHP, 21, SOU-ATL] - [F] [T] 40.1 IP 2.47 ERA 1.05 WHIP 7.0 K/9 4.3 BB/9 1.6 K/BB 7.4 K-BB% 0.9 GO/AO
Enoli Paredes 6 IP 3H 2BB 9K -- [RHP, 23, TEX-HOU] - [F] [T] 32.1 IP 2.24 ERA 0.84 WHIP 11.8 K/9 3.1 BB/9 3.8 K/BB 24.8 K-BB% 1.0 GO/AO
Brian Howard 6.1 IP 2ER 6H 9K -- [RHP, 24, TEX-OAK] - [F] [T] 46.2 IP 4.09 ERA 1.36 WHIP 8.0 K/9 3.1 BB/9 2.6 K/BB 12.9 K-BB% 0.9 GO/AO
 

A+ Standouts

Aaron Ashby 7.1 IP 4H 3BB 8K -- [LHP, 21, CAR-MIL] - [F] [T] 46.2 IP 2.34 ERA 1.04 WHIP 11.7 K/9 3.3 BB/9 3.5 K/BB 23.6 K-BB% 1.3 GO/AO
Tarik Skubal 5 IP ER 4H 2BB 11K -- [LHP, 22, FSL-DET] - [F] [T] 32.0 IP 2.25 ERA 1.06 WHIP 10.1 K/9 3.4 BB/9 3.0 K/BB 18.5 K-BB% 0.9 GO/AO
Jhonathan Diaz 6 IP 2H 3BB 8K -- [LHP, 22, CAR-BOS] - [F] [T] 27.1 IP 6.31 ERA 1.99 WHIP 9.0 K/9 5.0 BB/9 1.8 K/BB 8.6 K-BB% 1.0 GO/AO
 

A Standouts

Victor Santos 5 IP 5K -- [RHP, 18, SAL-PHI] - [F] [T] 28.0 IP 3.21 ERA 1.07 WHIP 9.3 K/9 1.3 BB/9 7.2 K/BB 22.7 K-BB% 1.2 GO/AO
Matthew Liberatore 7 IP ER 4H 2BB 7K -- [LHP, 19, MID-TB] - [F] [T] 41.0 IP 1.76 ERA 0.93 WHIP 8.6 K/9 3.1 BB/9 2.8 K/BB 15.8 K-BB% 1.4 GO/AO
Francisco Morales 4 IP H BB 7K -- [RHP, 19, SAL-PHI] - [F] [T] 23.0 IP 1.96 ERA 1.09 WHIP 15.3 K/9 4.3 BB/9 3.5 K/BB 29.5 K-BB% 0.9 GO/AO
Luis Rijo 5 IP H BB 5K -- [RHP, 20, MID-MIN] - [F] [T] 19.2 IP 0.94 ERA 0.99 WHIP 8.0 K/9 3.8 BB/9 2.1 K/BB 11.7 K-BB% 1.1 GO/AO
Colten Schmidt 7 IP ER 4H BB 10K -- [LHP, 23, SAL-COL] - [F] [T] 48.1 IP 1.31 ERA 1.08 WHIP 10.7 K/9 1.3 BB/9 8.1 K/BB 25.8 K-BB% 1.1 GO/AO
 

A (Short Season) Standouts

Kohl Franklin 4 IP 4H 8K -- [RHP, 19, NWL-CHC] - [F] [T] 7.2 IP 1.25 ERA 1.53 WHIP 16.2 K/9 3.8 BB/9 4.3 K/BB 28.6 K-BB% 1.0 GO/AO
Niomar Gomez 5 IP 2H 3BB 9K -- [RHP, 20, NYP-WAS] - [F] [T] 10.0 IP 0.9 ERA 0.8 WHIP 11.7 K/9 2.7 BB/9 4.3 K/BB 26.3 K-BB% 1.3 GO/AO
Grant Townsend 6 IP ER H BB 8K -- [RHP, 21, NWL-TOR] - [F] [T] 13.2 IP 4.09 ERA 0.98 WHIP 10.9 K/9 4.1 BB/9 2.7 K/BB 17.2 K-BB% 0.3 GO/AO
Steffon Moore 2.1 IP H 7K -- [LHP, 21, NYP-TB] - [F] [T] 6.0 IP 6.0 ERA 1.17 WHIP 16.5 K/9 1.5 BB/9 11.0 K/BB 40.0 K-BB% -- GO/AO
 

Rookie Advanced Standouts

Liu Fuenmayor 3.1 IP 3H 7K -- [LHP, 20, PION-ARI] - [F] [T] 7.1 IP 0.0 ERA 0.7 WHIP 11.4 K/9 1.3 BB/9 9.0 K/BB 27.6 K-BB% 0.9 GO/AO
 

Rookie Standouts

Michael Martinez 4.1 IP 2ER 2H 3BB 8K -- [RHP, 19, AZL-LAD] - [F] [T] 6.1 IP 4.43 ERA 1.31 WHIP 16.2 K/9 5.9 BB/9 2.8 K/BB 26.9 K-BB% 1.3 GO/AO
 
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2019.06.18 05:49 Ryuuken1789 I think people also need to realize Sandy's flash bullpen rebuild with 2018 trade selloffs is crippling the Mets this season as badly as another unsuccessful free agency period.

I think Brodie is taking WAY TOO MUCH shit when it's his first season as a GM and he had to clean up the bad state Alderson left the Mets in. He had to unload some bad contracts and acquire a closer and bat. He accomplished all three in a risky trade that had a huge drawback of costing two blue chip prospects. He also brought back Familia and traded for Justin Wilson. So, a bullpen core of Diaz-Familia-Lugo-Gsellman-Wilson looked amazing and we should have been able to find a way to fill in the rest.
However, bullpens are finicky and you always need contingencies in the minors for injuries and failures. Alderson wanted to try and accomplish this by moving on the late-moving tend of overstocking bullpens; it seemed to be a massive flaw in the Alderson regime to move late on trends that were phased out quickly. In our down 2018 season, he sold all four trade chips (Reed, Bruce, Walker, and Familia) for 6 full-season ball bullpen arms and a middling 3B prospect. The goal was to have a loaded pen within 2-3 years.
Well, he would never get to see that plan in motion, and it looks like the plan has already burnt to ashes. Nearly every arm has been traded or has struggled in the high minors, and the only bullpen arm that is currently performing well is Stephen Nogosek. Here's how the other five arms are doing:
*Bobby Wahl: Injured at the end of 2018 and shipped to Milwaukee for Keon Broxton. Wahl was coming back from an injury before 2018 and was dazzling scouts. He wasn't a bad piece for Familia, but he got hurt again and was thrown out for practically nothing.
*Jamie Callahan: My favorite piece in the Addison Reed trade, but he went out the Vic Black way and suffered major injuries in AAA. He was DFA'd and hasn't made his debut in the Giants organization.
*Gerson Bautista: The third prospect in the Cano/Diaz trade. Has an explosive fastball, but terrible command. If he realizes his upside, that's just icing on the cake for the M's.
*Ryder Ryan: He was very impressive in 2018, but has been a disappointment this season in AA. We didn't expect much for trading Bruce regardless.
*Eric Hanhold: The reliever we got for Neil Walker, who we unfortunately had to sell low since he was out for most of the first half of 2018. He had mixed results in 2018, but has been atrocious this season in AAA.
Right now, Stephen Nogosek is our only saving grace from the 2018 trade season, sporting a fantastic 0.57 ERA in 31.2 IP between AA and AAA. All five other relievers have provided zero value for us currently and future value looks to be very unlikely to provide non-zero value.
What an absolutely pathetic trade season that was from the Alderson regime. We're getting so desperate, we're pushing Stephen Villines and Ryley Gilliam to their limits, but both have hit walls at AAA after having fantastic debuts to 2019. I don't blame them; they seem to be great picks from Sandy --an overall positive from his GM residency-- but they simply need more time. Gilliam still has great upside, and Villines is a crap shoot like Sewald and Peterson where anything good that comes from him is an overwhelming success.
Brodie tried to hedge against Anderson's "masterplan" that was caving in by bringing in a lot of bargain bin arms for Spring Training. We actually thought we hit the jackpot with Luis Avilan as a cheap replacement for Blevins, but of course he struggled when the season began and fell apart. No other arms impressed and the only ready reserves we had were Chris Flexen and Corey Oswalt, both whom were acquired from an Alderson draft and showed potential in the minors, but have not seized opportunities given in the bigs.
The bullpen situation just became a massive disaster after striking gold midway through the Alderson regime when any arm pitching whisperer Dan Warthen touched turned to gold. Eventually, the magic wore off, and bad 40-man roster management, selling too many pitching farmhands to induce competitiveness, and Alderson's failed plan of 2018 left the Mets with scarce resources and zero contingencies for the bullpen heading into 2019. To be fair, most farmhands Sandy dealt or didn't retain did not do anything of more, but two arms that have found success with the Cards, Matt Bowman (who was senselessly left unprotected from the Rule V draft) and John Gant (who helped us land Juan Uribe and Kelly Johnson, but has since become an elite reliever) show that Alderson was way too haphazard with his roster management. Good Fucking Lord knows Rafael Montero was dead weight three years before he was eventually released...
Point is, I know it's easy to put all the blame on the current organization, but it's only THEIR FIRST YEAR. What happens during the first year of a new regime has microcosms that are induced by the work done by the previous regime. What eventually happens in the long run is ultimately not decided by predecessor and the successor has to make their own fortune, but we are still experiencing residual blowback from the collapse of the Alderson Era. I'm not trying to fully acquit the Brodie regime for failings this year, especially with all the preseason posturing that put the targets on their backs, but what is happening now is a ripple effect from a terribly executed transition period starting in the middle of 2018.
The Brodie regime still needs more time to establish the foundation it wants to set, not try rebuild from the rubble left from the demise of the Alderson Era. Brodie is still trying to clean up the rest of that debris, but he did haphazardly try to build his foundation simultaneously, spreading our resources way too thin. Van Wagenen needs to correct this folly immediately and not stumble into this pitfall that Sandy fell into by stretching resources too thin in a panicked attempt to salvage his "Five-Year Plan".
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2019.05.09 13:00 FOMoves FOMoves Daily - MiLB - 05/08/19

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2019.05.03 13:00 FOMoves FOMoves Daily - MiLB - 05/02/19

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2019.04.29 15:26 milb_bot 04/29/19 Daily Minor League Discussion Thread

This thread is in the spirit of John Sickels Minor League Ball Gameday discussions.Post your favorite players statlines for the day or any interesting news or information you find.   This bot is a work in progress and if you have any ideas for the bot post in this thread.    

Yesterday's Standout Hitters

 

AAA standouts

Luis Urias 3/4 3 HR 2BB K [21y] [PCL-SDP] Willi Castro 1/5 2B BB K SB [22y] [INT-DET] Ryan Mountcastle 3/5 2B K [22y] [INT-BAL] Nick Longhi 1/4 HR [23y] [INT-CIN] Matt Thaiss 2/3 HR 2BB [23y] [PCL-LAA] Lane Thomas 2/3 HR [23y] [PCL-STL] Kean Wong 2/3 HR [24y] [INT-TB] Ian Happ 2/3 HR [24y] [PCL-CHC] Eli White 3/4 2B HR K SB [24y] [PCL-TEX] Ian Happ 1/4 2BB SB [24y] [PCL-CHC] Luke Raley 2/3 HR BB K [24y] [INT-MIN] Ian Rice 2/4 HR BB [25y] [PCL-CHC] Addison Russell 2/2 2B HR 2BB [25y] [PCL-CHC] Austin Dean 4/5 3 2B HR [25y] [PCL-FLA] Skye Bolt 2/5 2 HR 3K [25y] [PCL-OAK] Zach Green 1/2 HR 2BB [25y] [PCL-SF] Phillip Evans 2/2 2B HR 3BB [26y] [PCL-CHC] Drew Robinson 2/3 HR 2BB SB [27y] [PCL-STL] Mikie Mahtook 3/3 2B 2 HR 2BB [29y] [INT-DET]  

AA standouts

Luis Garcia 0/4 [18y] [EAS-WAS] Luis Vazquez 1/3 BB [19y] [SOU-CHC] Mickey Moniak 1/4 3B [20y] [EAS-PHI] Cristian Pache 2/4 2B 2K [20y] [SOU-ATL] Dylan Carlson 2/4 2B BB SB [20y] [TEX-STL] Tyler Nevin 0/1 3BB SB [21y] [EAS-COL] Lucius Fox 0/2 2 SB [21y] [SOU-TB] Jesus Sanchez 1/4 HR [21y] [SOU-TB] Sergio Alcantara 1/2 2BB K SB [22y] [EAS-DET] Jalen Miller 2/4 HR BB K [22y] [EAS-SF] Luke Williams 1/1 2B SB [22y] [EAS-PHI] Hoy Jun Park 3/3 2B BB [23y] [EAS-NYY] Jared Oliva 2/4 2B SB [23y] [EAS-PIT] Forrest Wall 2/5 2B SB [23y] [EAS-TOR] Chad Spanberger 2/4 2B BB K SB [23y] [EAS-TOR] TJ Friedl 2/3 HR SB [23y] [SOU-CIN] Greg Deichmann 2/4 HR [23y] [TEX-OAK] Mitchell Tolman 3/4 3B HR K [24y] [EAS-PIT] Ray-Patrick Didder 2/4 2 HR K [24y] [SOU-ATL] Chris Gittens 2/3 2B HR BB [25y] [EAS-NYY]  

A+ standouts

Jose Devers 2/4 BB [19y] [FSL-FLA] Yonny Hernandez 0/2 2BB SB [20y] [CAR-TEX] Samad Taylor 0/2 3BB [20y] [FSL-TOR] Jose Miranda 3/4 [20y] [FSL-MIN] Moises Gomez 3/4 2 2B BB [20y] [FSL-TB] Tristen Lutz 1/3 HR K [20y] [CAR-MIL] Aramis Ademan 2/4 2B HR K [20y] [CAR-CHC] Esteury Ruiz 2/4 K 3 SB [20y] [CAL-SDP] Starling Heredia 1/3 BB 2K SB [20y] [CAL-LAD] Izzy Wilson 1/3 HR BB [21y] [FSL-ATL] William Contreras 4/4 2 2B BB [21y] [FSL-ATL] Kevin Vicuna 2/3 2BB SB [21y] [FSL-TOR] Pablo Olivares 3/4 2B BB K 2 SB [21y] [FSL-NYY] Luis Robert 1/2 HR BB SB [21y] [CAR-CWS] Leonardo Rivas 2/4 HR K [21y] [CAL-LAA] Travis Swaggerty 3/5 K SB [21y] [FSL-PIT] Demi Orimoloye 2/4 BB SB [22y] [FSL-TOR] Jose Gomez 3/3 2B BB [22y] [FSL-PHI] Matt Vierling 1/3 HR BB K SB [22y] [FSL-PHI] Jonathan Ortega 3/4 BB SB [22y] [CAR-BOS] Dylan Hardy 1/2 3BB SB [22y] [CAR-BOS] Carlos Herrera 1/3 HR BB [22y] [CAL-COL] Chris Sharpe 1/2 3BB SB [22y] [FSL-PIT] Brady Policelli 2/3 2B BB SB [23y] [FSL-DET] Joseph Monge 3/5 2B SB [23y] [CAR-BOS] Dylan Busby 2/4 2 HR K [23y] [FSL-PIT] Ryan Fitzgerald 4/6 3B K SB [24y] [CAR-BOS]  

A standouts

Geraldo Perdomo 1/3 SB [19y] [MID-ARI] Xavier Edwards 0/0 BB SB [19y] [MID-SDP] Luis Almanzar 1/2 2B BB [19y] [MID-SDP] Miguel Vargas 3/6 [19y] [MID-LAD] Wenceel Perez 2/3 2B BB K SB [19y] [MID-DET] Rodolfo Castro 2/4 HR [19y] [SAL-PIT] Brice Turang 2/3 2BB K [19y] [MID-MIL] Canaan Smith 1/2 2BB [19y] [SAL-NYY] Nelson Velazquez 1/4 2B SB [20y] [MID-CHC] Juan Martinez 2/4 HR K [20y] [MID-CIN] Justin Connell 2/2 2B BB [20y] [SAL-WAS] Daniel Montano 1/4 2K 2 SB [20y] [SAL-COL] Eduardo Diaz 1/3 3B BB SB [21y] [MID-ARI] Gilbert Lara 2/5 HR [21y] [SAL-WAS] Terrin Vavra 1/3 HR 2BB [21y] [SAL-COL] Pedro Gonzalez 2/3 HR BB K [21y] [SAL-TEX] Sam Huff 2/5 HR K SB [21y] [SAL-TEX] Chris Williams 1/2 HR 2BB [22y] [MID-MIN] Chase Lambert 3/5 HR BB [22y] [SAL-PIT] Willie MacIver 2/2 HR BB [22y] [SAL-COL] Curtis Terry 3/5 2 2B HR K [22y] [SAL-TEX]  

Yesterday's Standout Pitchers

 

AAA standouts

Zac Gallen 8 IP 2ER 2H BB 7K [23y] [PCL-FLA] Shaun Anderson 6 IP 3ER 5H 2BB 9K [24y] [PCL-SF] Nick Pivetta 6 IP ER 3H 3BB 14K [26y] [INT-PHI]  

AA standouts

Ian Anderson 6 IP 2H 2BB 8K [20y] [SOU-ATL] Rony Garcia 5 IP H 4BB 8K [21y] [EAS-NYY] Dustin May 5 IP 4H BB 7K [21y] [TEX-LAD] Patrick Murphy 8 IP ER 2H 2BB 7K [23y] [EAS-TOR] Jeremy Beasley 5 IP ER 3H 8K [23y] [SOU-LAA] Parker Dunshee 8 IP 2H BB 8K [24y] [TEX-OAK]  

A+ standouts

Jasseel De La Cruz 6 IP ER 2H BB 6K [21y] [FSL-ATL] Eli Morgan 5 IP 2ER 2H 9K [22y] [CAR-CLE]  

A standouts

Hector Yan 5 IP ER 4H 2BB 8K [20y] [MID-LAA] Alberto Guerrero 5 IP 2H 3BB 8K [21y] [MID-FLA] Kris Bubic 7 IP 3H BB 10K [21y] [SAL-KCR] Luis Garcia 5 IP ER 2H 7K [22y] [MID-HOU] Garrett Hill 6 IP 3H 7K [23y] [MID-DET]  
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2019.04.25 13:00 FOMoves FOMoves Daily - MiLB - 04/24/19

International League AAA (total moves: 37)
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Pioneer League Rookie (total moves: 3)
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2019.03.25 21:00 LadyBlaze92 Aa blinnd boi withs his Addison’s disease brothr. Loves me sum chair cuddlez

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2019.01.29 14:04 arialab آزمایشگاه

آزمایشگاه

به طور کلی آزمایشگاه ها به سه دسته تقسیم بندی می شوند که شامل :

خوشبختانه آزمایشگاه آریا توانسته با کادر مجرب و پزشکان متخصص در ضمینه آزمایشگاه تشخیص پزشکی با پیشرفت رو به جلویی گام بردارد .
آزمایشگاه آریا، با ارائه تمامی خدمات آزمایشگاهی، در خدمت همشهریان عزیز در منطقه غرب تهران (اندیشه) می باشد .
این آزمایشگاه به عنوان تنها مرکز مجهز به دستگاه فول اتومیشن زیمنس آلمان، در غرب تهران ، همه روزه از 7 صبح لغایت 7 شب خدمت رسان بیماران عزیز در انجام کلیه تست های آزمایشگاهی می باشد. لازم به ذکر است جواب دهی 24 ساعته و اورژانسی در صورت درخواست پزشک صورت می پذیرد.
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ریاست آزمایشگاه

آقای دكتر علي فاتحي در سال 1371 در کنکور دكتراي علوم آزمايشگاهي با كسب رتبه دوم کشوری وارد دانشکده پیراپزشکی دانشگاه علوم پزشكي ايران شدند و در سال 1377 با معدل الف فارغ التحصيل گردیده و در دانشكده علوم آزمايشگاهي واحد پزشكي دانشگاه آزاد تهران به عنوان مدرس مشغول به كار شدند. سپس به مدت چهار سال دروس متعددي از جمله مقدمات آزمايشگاهي، بيوشيمي باليني و هماتولوژي عملي را براي دانشجويان علوم آزمايشگاهي و دروس بيوشيمي را براي دانشجويان پرستاري و مامايي تدريس نموده و اين افتخار را داشته اند كه در كنار استاد فقيد و بزرگوار دكتر ملك نيا خدمت نمايند.
دکتر علی فاتحی (ریاست محترم آزمایشگاه آریا) با سمت نمایندگی آزمایشگاهیان مناطق • شهریار • قدس • ملارد و نماینده نظام پزشکی شهریار مشغول به خدمت رسانی به شما عزیزان هستند . باید خاطر نشان نمود که دکتر فاتحی عضو هیئت بدوی انتظامی سازمان نظام پزشکی شهریار، قدس و ملارد بوده و در ددو سال و نیم اخیر معاونت انتظامی سازمان نظام پزشکی شهریار، قدس و ملارد را بر عهده دارند.
دکتر فاتحی با شركت در امتحان PHD وزارت بهداشت حد نصاب لازم براي تحصيل در رشته ميكروبيولوژي را كسب كرده ولي به دلايلي ادامه تحصيل ميسر نگرديد. همزمان با تدريس در دانشگاه، مدت كوتاهي به دليل نياز و بنا به درخواست رياست وقت دانشگاه به عنوان سرپرست واحد تداركات نيز نسبت به ساختار سازي و ايجاد بستر مناسب جهت تهيه اقلام مورد نيازهاي مختلف دانشکده ها فعاليت ها و بيمارستان های مختلف دانشگاه فعالیت داشته اند.
از طرفي مسئوليت آزمايشگاه باليني موسسه ناباروري رويان توسط دانشمند فقيد آقاي دكتر كاظمي به عهده ايشان گذاشته شد كه در سايه حمايت ايشان و آقاي دكتر وثوق طي مدت زماني كوتاه موفق به تغيير جايگاه و ماهيت آزمايشگاه و ارتقاء كمي و كيفي آن شده اند. در سال 1380 به دلیل افتتاح آزمايشگاه خصوصي خود در منطقه محروم شهر جديد انديشه از مسئوليت در موسسه رويان كناره گيري نموده و از سال 1381 نيز با وجود مخالفت رياست وقت دانشگاه جناب آقاي دكتر يحيوي و به دليل مشغله فراوان از خدمت در دانشگاه آزاد انصراف دادند.
از آن زمان تا كنون علاوه بر مديريت و مسئوليت فني آزمايشگاه خود در مقاطع گوناگون، تصدي امور اجرايي متعددي را به عهده داشته اند.
موارد زیر اهم فعاليت های دکتر علی فاتحی بوده است:

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شرایط آمادگی قبل از آزمایشات

بهتر است به منظور سطح آگاهی برای بیماران درباره ی نحوه آزمایش ها به صورت مختصر توضیح دهیم این آمادگی باعث می شود که از تکرار آزمایش های متعدد جلوگیری کنیم و در زمان کوتاه به نتیجه مطلوب برسیم .

ناشتا چیست ؟

نخوردن هیچگونه نوشیدنی و مواد غذایی در یک زمان معین را ناشتا می گویند البته خوردن آب به مقدار محدود مشکلی ندارد .
معمولاً ناشتا به منظور تست هایی برای قند ، اوره ، آهن و کلسیم، فسفر و …الزامی است که معمولاً توصیه می شود که از 8 تا 10 ساعت قبل از آزمایش بیمار ناشتا باشد و بهتر است برای برخی از تست های چربی بیمار از 12 تا 14 ساعت قبل ناشتا باشد .

بیمار قبل از آزمایش چه نکاتی را باید رعایت کند ؟


دستورالعمل جمع آوری ادرار

بهتر است دقت کنید برای گرفتن نمونه برای مثال اگر ساعت 8 صبح است مثانه خود را از ادرار تخلیه کرده و اولین ادرار خود را دور بریزید و بعد از آن هر ادرار را در ظرف مخصوص آزمایشگاه جمع آوری کنید این جمع آوری باید تا 8 صبح روز بعد ادامه یابد یعنی آخرین ادرار شما باید 8 صبح روز بعد باشد ( 24 ساعت ) دقت کنید که مواد نگه دارنده داخل ظرف مخصوص بیرون ریخته نشود و بهتر است برای تحویل نمونه طوری برنامه ریزی کنید که نمونه را بتوانید تا قبل از 12 ظهر به آزمایشگاه تحویل بدهید.
امید است تا با نظارت دکتر علی فاتحی و ارائه ی خدمات نوین از جانب آزمایشگاه آریا کلیه انتظارات مراجعین عزیز بر آورده گردد.
برخی از خدمات آزمایشگاه آریا
نمونه گیری
بخش بیوشیمی
هورمون شناسی
بخش میکروبیولوژی
بخش سورولوژی
بخش هماتولوژی
راههای ارتباطی با آزمایشگاه پزشکی
شهر جدید اندیشه- فاز سه-خیابان آزادی-مجتمع آپادانا-آزمایشگاه آریا
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2019.01.13 20:09 Jakexpert Potential WBC Filipino National Baseball Team for 2021 WBC

Here is the potential WBC team for the Philippines. Assuming the team receives all their players, you'll see plenty of current MLB players. Qualifiers will still be talked about too. I'll also be sort of making predictions with current minor leaguers. Anyone who is currently in A Advanced or higher right now I assume, if development goes right, might be either in Triple A or majors by 2020-2021. Same for those in low minors. Some might be released in between these years, while others will still be in the low minors, so who knows.
Set up is like this

Position Player Current Team Current Level/Highest Future/Note

Future is only for players(Mainly low level prospects or organizational player who never played in MLB) who are currently in the minors meaning what level they might be playing at by 2020-2021.
Note is for any interesting stats or info about a player(i.e heritage player, if they played in the minors or MLB,awards, rankings)
Just some context:
Strong: The team is a favorite to qualify for the main tournament. Everything clicks and they win the qualifier. Strong enough to potentially win first round of main tournament and advance to the second round
Average/Competitive: Either the team ends up 2nd place in the qualifier or they qualify to the main tournament depending on the bracket
Weak: Not strong enough to qualify. 3rd or last place finish (islandsluggers gave the idea of adding expectations to countries.I just changed a few things)
HL: Highest Level. Used for former Minor League Players who were released and are not playing in any independent and/or world leagues.
MLB: Player is currently in the majors or will be by 2020-2021. Besides current MLB players, only top prospects who are currently in A-Advanced, AA or AAA will get have this next to their name.Because of their top prospects status they tend to move quickly unless they had a horrible season.
Former MLB: This means the player played in the majors. Former MLB Players are players who are either free agents, playing in minors, overseas or independent leagues)
Former MiLB: This means the player played in the minors but not the majors. Former Minor League players are players who are either free agents, overseas or independent leagues.
FA: Free Agent
Rotation
Position Player Team Current/Highest Level Future/Note
SP Tim Lincecum FA HL: MLB Filipino-American
SP Devon Ramirez Napa Silverados Pacific Association
SP Francis Gesmundo N/A
SP Jerome Yenson N/A
Bullpen
Position Player Team Current/Highest Level Future/Note
CL Ryuya Ogawa Saitama Seibu Lions NPB Filipino-Japanese
SU Austin Haynal N/A Filipino-American
7th Kevin Vance FA Filipino-American
MR Tsuyoshi Horibata N/A
MR Romeo Jasmin Jr. N/A
MR Ron Christian Dela Cruz N/A
MR Clarence Lyle Molina Caasalan N/A
LR Vladimir Eguia N/A
LR Jon-Jon Robles N/A


Line-Up
Position Player Team Current/Highest Level Future/Note
SS Addison Russell Chicago Cubs MLB Filipino-American
2B Tyler Saladino Milwaukee Brewers MLB Filipino-American
C Travis d'Arnaud New York Mets MLB Filipino-American
3B Chase d'Arnaud Texas Rangers MLB/Triple-A Filipino-American
LF Tim Tebow New York Mets Double-A MLB/Filipino-American
1B Angelo Songco Southern Maryland Blue Crabs/New Britain Bees Atlantic League Filipino-American
CF Matt Vance Buchbinder Legionäre Bundesliga Filipino-American
RF Devon Ramirez Napa Silverados Pacific Association Filipino-American
DH Brad Haynal N/A Former MiLB/Filipino-American
https://www.mlb.com/news/addison-russell-celebrates-wife-and-mothec-176210460
Addison Russell: "They met through a mutual friend in Pensacola. Melisa was on break and they had lunch. Both Addison and Melisa are 50 percent Filipino and proud of their heritage. "
https://www.instagram.com/chasedarnaud/Chase d'Arnaud: From-Instagram " Proud Filipino Family Man "
Bench
Position Player Team Current/Highest Level Future/Note
C Mark Manaig N/A
INF Adriane Ros Bernardo N/A
OF Jonash Ponce N/A
INF Juan Alvaro Macasaet N/A
BEFORE YOU COMMENT, when it comes to the WBC, many teams will use heritage players because of the importance of this tournament. Some players will join just for the experience, while others join to hopefully get notice by scouts, but many heritage players are proud of their heritage and join to represent who they are and the people in those countries. Remember one of the main points of this tournament is to help the development of baseball in these countries and having heritage players does not diminish that or the team.
Overall: Average
Well the chances of this team happening is probably pretty slim but as I said before this is assuming the team receives all their players so in this case this counts. You can look at it as a best-case scenario which is what it sort of is and the main point of these WBC threads.
Anyway, should the players I've listed here join, then this is a pretty good team. This team has depth which some countries might not have. A good hitting line up with a so and so rotation and a bullpen which should rely heavily on the Filipino-Americans. Because of the hitters on this team, they might be able to hold their own against higher-tier countries like Panama or Nicaragua in the qualifiers if the pitching holds up.
Strength: Hitting
Tim Tebow joining might seem like a huge stretch but stranger things have happened in the WBC so lets have fun with this!
It's a good hitting line-up. No reason for it to not be successful. Not only do they have current MLB players which is a huge boon in itself, but they also have hitters from Independent ball, so the bottom of the line-up can hold their own and won't be over-matched.
If these hitters were facing let's say China or New Zealand, not only is there the chance to score a decent amount of runs due to the top half of their line-up being MLB heavy but they could potentially make it to the semi-final assuming the double elimination format is still used.
This team will most likely be in a pool with Taiwan or China so their hitting will not face the likes of Panama or Mexico which helps the hitters and the team itself giving them a chance to play competitive games.
Now Russel, Saladino and Travis all have OPS+ below 90 the last three years but these hitters also easily out class many of the other countries hitters in the WBCQs. If this team made it to the main tournament, their hitters can still hold their own against many of the WBC teams pitching, it just probably wont be as dominate as it would be in the qualifiers. In other words, the Philippines hitters give this team a chance at a win,at the very least towards a weaker WBC team with Lincecum pitching.
Tim Lincecum gives the team their best chance at winning a game against any team for that matter. Yes, I know he isn't the player of the past but if a 38 freaking year old Jason Marquis can only give up two runs in a combined 15 plus innings in the WBC and WBCQs, I think Lincecum will be fine. Not to mention he is looking to latch onto an MLB team so his performance will only help MLB teams take notice. Only question will be if they want to limit his pitch count so they could use him for a potential WBCQ final/elimination game or use him past the 50 pitch limit maximize their chance at a win in their first game because chances are he'll most likely start their first game.
South Africa made a similar decision in using Dylan Unsworth for one game instead of saving him for the WBCQ final against Australia while Israel did the opposite and used Marquis for the first and final game. South Africa lost in the final game while Israel made it to the second round of the WBC.
Devon Ramierez has a 4.93 ERA in his independent ball career all in the Pacific Association. His best chance at success is probably pitching against one of the of lower ranked teams(i.e China or New Zealand).
Everyone else like Gesmundo and Yenson probably won't do well against other teams besides maybe Pakistan and possibly China and New Zealand though history says other wise.
Weakness: Bench, Bullpen, Right Handed heavy lineup
I'll start off with the bench. Many of these players regularly hit the line up during non-WBC tournaments but here, they're obviously better options. There's no depth here. Many of these players are at best a pinch running option. I doubt they'll get any pitch hitting opportunities or take a spot in the line-up against certain pitchers. And I don't know how well their defense is to be a late-in-game defensive replacement. Not to be harsh, but these players are probably just here to fill the roster.
Relating to hitting, this will be short but the line-up is very right handed heavy. Only one lefty(Tebow) so(if he even joins), unless they face a lefty, they're might be at a slight disadvantage.
Now for the bullpen. After the Filipino-Americans and Ogawa, it pretty rough. I notice a trend with the Philippines(and a lot of low-tier baseball countries in general) when it comes to their baseball games; some games between the Philippines and a high-tier baseball country is close for about four-five innings before it blows up in one inning.
Examples:
Team Tournament Score and innings before blowout Inning it blows up Final Score
Australia 2016 WBCQ 3-1 for six innings 7 runs in the seventh 11-1
Taiwan 2012 WBCQ 3-0 for four innings 8 runs in the fifth inning 16-0
South Korea Super Round 2017 Asian Baseball Championship 4-0 for six innings 7 runs in the seventh 11-0
New Zealand 2016 WBCQ 5-7 for five innings 6 runs in the fifth 17-7
What does this mean? Besides bad hitting(all these games ended via mercy with little to no hits), it means pitching is thin for the team and it's the same story here. The Filipino-Americans and Ogawa can probably hold their own but everyone else can't. Not only do the relievers in the bullpen have a history of games being blown up by them but from what I can find, none of the guys even pitch in any type of local league that I can find so no one is getting any reps. And tandum starting is not really an option since I'm not sure how long the Filipino-Americans and Japanese relievers can go. Not to mention their rotation is pretty thin after Lincecum and Devon Ramirez.
The good news is that they could have an MLB caliber catcher at the position so that could be a huge help. Though he isn't the greatest defender, having an MLB caliber catcher for a team like the Philippines can help bring confidence and relief for the pitchers due to their knowledge.
If this team wants to win any games, their offense is going to need to score a lot of runs and hope Lincecum and Devon Ramirez pitch past the sixth inning so they can use Ogawa, Haynal and Vance for the final nine outs because everyone else after those three do not look strong enough to be able to hold any leads, no matter how many runs the Philippines have on the board.
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