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    Quote Originally Posted by CaseyRyback View Post
    What are Salcedo's errors? Are they throwing or are they due to the fact that he has a huge range and can't get to EVERYTHING? In other words, how correctable are the errors?
    I can't really find anything for his throwing errors/fielding errors splits. But from the scouting reports I've heard he seems to have a cannon for an arm and he's pretty accurate and his glove work is shaky on routine ground balls. So I'm assuming it's fielding errors but I'm not really sure. It' fixable. 40+ errors and they still have him on the team? 34 of the errors coming from 3B? Damn right it better be fixable.

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    jeter had 52 errors in AA when he was younger

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaiderKid318 View Post
    jeter had 52 errors in AA when he was younger
    It was 56 errors in Single-A, at least that's what baseball reference says. http://www.baseball-reference.com/mi...d=jeter-001der

    Fielding % is .889 pretty much just like Salcedo's. The next Derek Jeter.
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    Definitely the next Jeter haha

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    It would be nice, haha, but unlikely of happening.
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    August 23

    Danville
    Kubitza 2-5 R, 2B, SO, SB .324/.412/.479/.891 OPS
    Drury 2-4 R, 2 2B, RBI .350/.366/.531/.897 OPS
    De Los Santos 2-4 R, HR, 3 RBI .336/.397/.478/.875 OPS

    Rome
    Lipka 2-4, R, 2 2B, 2 RBI .240/.294/.293/.588 OPS
    Salcedo 2-4 2R, 2B (26), RBI, 2 SB (22) .254/.321/.414/.735 OPS

    Lynchburg
    Leonard 2-5 R, 2 2B, 3 RBI, 2 SO .268/.329/.407/.736 OPS
    Bethancourt 3-6 2 RBI .265/.275/.320/.594 OPS

    Mississippi
    Mejia 1-3 R, 2B (34), RBI, BB, 2 SO .299/.383/.520/.903 OPS
    Avilan 5 IP, 1 H, 2 BB, 8 K, 3-1 GO-FO 4.58 ERA

    Gwinnett
    M. Gomez 3-5 2 R, BB, SO, SB, 2 Errors .278/.330/.466/.796 OPS
    Helms 0-6 2 SO .118 BA
    Hoover 2 IP, H, BB, 3 K 4.61 ERA

    Hoover has really impressed me since being recalled to AAA. He seems to be a legit option for the bullpen.

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    ^^ hoover is tearing it up and I will love seeing him get his cup of joe in sept and see if he could possibly be a cheaper 6th inning option than lets say moylan. FW is always looking for ways to improve the team and he makes it look so easy because he has talent to spare in the farm!
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    Golden Boy Teheran now 14-2 2.19 ERA 116 K's
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    JJ pitched 1 inning last night allowing 1 hit and striking out the side. This guy is going crazy tearing up the IL.

    David Hale bouced back nicely allowing 2 runs (both solo shots) over 8 innings while striking out 5.

    Flande had a no-no working through 6 innings tonight giving up 1 hit, 4 walks and striking out 5.
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    Hoover has been beasting... id be interested to see what he bring to ATL. I know he has a solid FB but im not sure about anything else in his arsenal.

    In 7 appearances since returning to AAA Hoover has a 20/3 K/BB in 9.2 IP.... thats ridiculous.

    August 25

    Danville
    Drury 2-4, 2 2B and a SO .352/.370/.536/.906 OPS
    **Season ends on the 30th... I wonder if he sees a week or so in Rome.

    Lynchburg
    Terdoslavich 4-6 2B (50), E (9) .285/.343/.519/.862 OPS
    **Has significantly increased his OB abilities from the beginning of the year. Less SO and more BB.
    Bethancourt 2-6 2 SO .288/.276/.318/.595 OPS
    **5 multi-hit games in the last 10. Making contact just not for any kind of power yet.

    Mississippi
    Mejia 2-5 4 R, HR (22), RBI (87) .299/.382/.524/.906 OPS
    **Post ASB .330/.407/.606/1.013 OPS

    Gwinnett
    Helms 2-4 2 RBI .190 BA
    Moylan 1 IP BB and SO 3/0 GO/FO 0 ERA
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    Well Moylan will be back soon, and I think Hoover will get called up when the rosters expand. No harm in adding another couple of good arms to the pen lol

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    Teheran, Delgado likely September callups
    By Mark Bowman

    CHICAGO -- Braves manager Fredi Gonzalez is expecting Julio Teheran and Randall Delgado to be among the players added to the Braves' Major League roster in September. But the two highly regarded pitching prospects might have to wait until Triple-A Gwinnett's season is complete.

    "You'd like to get those guys experience," Gonzalez said of the two young right-handed pitchers who have both started their Major League careers with a pair of spot starts this year.

    There is a chance either Teheran or Delgado could make a start in September, if necessary, or to possibly provide rest to one of the regular rotation members down the stretch. But they would likely be primarily utilized out of the Braves' bullpen.

    The Braves have already bolstered their bullpen with Arodys Vizcaino, and filled a void in their rotation with Mike Minor. Teheran, Vizcaino, Delgado and Minor stand as the club's top four pitching prospects, and it appears each could be in the Majors as Atlanta attempts to clinch a second consecutive playoff appearance in September.

    Along with Teheran and Delgado, the Braves are expected to also add right-handed reliever Anthony Varvaro and backup catcher J.C. Boscan to their Major League roster once Gwinnett's season concludes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmtapia View Post

    Along with Teheran and Delgado, the Braves are expected to also add right-handed reliever Anthony Varvaro and backup catcher J.C. Boscan to their Major League roster once Gwinnett's season concludes.
    I cringe when I think how bad Boscan was. I understand the need for a 2nd backup catcher... But I hope they call up pasornicky. Wheres corky miller when you need em?
    Last edited by CaseyRyback; 08-26-2011 at 05:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaseyRyback View Post
    I cringe when I think how bad Boscan was. I understand the need for a 2nd backup catcher... But I hope they call up pasornicky. Wheres corky miller when you need em?
    Well at least we'll get to use Ross as a PH

    I really hope we call of Pasto too....

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    Pasornicky isn't on the 40 man roster so someone would have to be waived in order to do so. Being how young he is and this is his first time in AAA I don't see him being one of the call ups.

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