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    Actually, after I said posted the velocity, he came back and pitched the next inning and he hit 92 once. He really reared back for that one. His average fastball was around 88.

    He looked real good. Confident and hit his spots, especially when it was crunch time (bases loaded.) He was one of the few bright spots tonight.

    We left right before the 9th started. They were losing 8-0.

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    Grichuk had good at bats every time up. Cowart did as well. As I said, his swing looks effortless. He got a double early in the game and walked in the 8th if I remember right. Cron is pretty damn wild with his swings. He swung and missed at some pitches that he should have undoubtedly taken. He did get a double that should have scored Cowart (but the 3rd base coach held him at 3rd) later on in the day. His power is really obvious though. Every time he made contact with the ball, it was hit really hard.

    I didn't really see anything too special out of Lindsey tonight. Just a decent eye. Took some pitches but I don't remember if he got on base at all or not.

    Basically, all the guys that are supposed to kick *** at Single A did okay. And everyone else was just plain atrocious.

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    Triple-A W 6-4

    CF Crowe 0-4 .266
    RF Calhoun 2-4 1 RBI 1 R 1 K .298
    DH Conger 1-4 1 HR (6) 2 RBI 1 R .303
    3B Jimenez 0-4 1 K .312
    1B Navarro 1-4 1 R .294
    C Hester 1-3 1 HR (2) 2 RBI 1 R 1 BB .214
    LF Langerhans 1-4 1 HR (7) 1 RBI 1 R 1 K .261
    SS Lucas 1-3 1 BB .263
    2B Long 2-3 1 2B (14) 1 R 1 K .260

    Enrigth IP 7 H 6 ER 4 K 3 BB 2 5.39
    Meyer IP 1.1 K 1 5.15
    Cassevah IP 0.2 K 2 7.53

    Double-A L 1-5

    CF Witherspoon 1-3 1 BB 1 K .250
    2B Osuna 1-4 1 R 1 SB (17) .259
    1B McAnulty 0-4 .227
    RF Lopez 0-3 1 BB 1 K .261
    DH Haerther 1-4 1 RBI .262
    3B Swift 2-4 1 CS (3) .250
    LF Mount 0-4 1 K .236
    C Rosario 0-3 2 K .219
    SS Perez 0-1 2 BB .202

    Arenas IP 6.2 H 9 ER 4 K 4 BB 2 5.68
    Chaffee IP 2 K 4 BB 3 3.19
    Scholl IP 0.1 K 1 7.09

    Advanced Single-A L 4-12

    CF Gowens 1-5 2 K .209
    2B Lindsey 0-4 1 BB 1 R 1 K .287
    3B Cowart 0-4 1 BB 1 R 1 K .278
    DH Cron 2-5 1 2B (26) 1 R 2 K .289
    RF Grichuk 3-4 1 RBI 1 SB (16) .293
    LF Jones 1-2 2 RBI 1 BB .277
    1B Bandy 1-3 1 R .226
    C Jimenez 1-4 1 K .250
    SS Almanzar 0-4 1 RBI 2 K .233

    Smith IP 4.2 H 9 ER 6 K 4 BB 1 5.81
    Batista IP 2.1 H 4 ER 2 K 1 3.72
    Giardina IP 1 H 2 ER 4 K 1 BB 1 7.88
    George IP 1 H 1 4.74

    Single-A L 4-5

    3B Borenstein 0-2 3 BB 1 K .253
    RF Martinez 0-4 1 SB (8) 1 K .259
    LF Mitchell 1-4 1 BB 1 K .266
    CF Workman 1-5 1 2B (12) 1 RBI 3 K .272
    1B Scioscia 1-4 1 R 1 K .248
    DH Hall 1-4 1 HR (11) 2 RBI 1 R 3 K .256
    C Baker 2-4 1 2B (9) 1 R .227
    2B Hairgrove 1-4 2 K .224
    SS Moesquit 0-3 1 BB 1 R 1 K .221

    Wood IP 7 H 6 ER 1 K 6 BB 2 4.12
    Odom IP 1 H 2 K 1 5.18
    Tromblee IP 0.1 H 4 ER 3 4.25

    Orem W 4-3

    CF Capote 0-4 .396
    SS Soto 0-4 3 K .322
    1B Hinkle 0-4 1 K .323
    3B Snyder 1-3 1 2B (17) .327
    2B Parks 0-2 1 K .275
    LF Ray 0-3 1 R 2 K .288
    RF Clarke 2-3 2 R .295
    DH Bolaski 2-3 1 HR (6) 1 2B (6) 4 RBI .273
    C Livingston 0-2 .357

    Nat-Rod IP 3.1 H 5 K 2 BB 2 5.31
    Krehbiel IP 2.2 K 3 7.78
    O'Grady IP 1 H 3 ER 2 7.94
    Adams IP 1 K 1 BB 1 3.05
    Boyd IP 1 H 1 5.06

    AZL W 5-4

    RF Sneed 1-3 1 RBI 1 BB 1 K .258
    SS Toribio 2-4 1 R 1 SB (7) 1 K .377
    2B Ware 1-4 1 R 1 K .324
    DH Amaral 0-3 1 R .115
    LF Beltran 2-4 2 RBI 1 R .268
    1B Ross 0-3 1 BB 1 K .273
    C Patterson 1-4 2 RBI 2 K .139
    3B Linares 0-4 3 K .136
    CF Davis 1-3 1 2B (4) 1 R 2 K .304

    Fernandez IP 4.2 H 4 ER 4 K 2 BB 2 5.31
    Sookee IP 2.1 H 1 0.00
    Scoggins IP 1 H 1 K 3 BB 1 6.75
    Santos IP 1 K 2 BB 1 0.75
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigGuy951 View Post
    Actually, after I said posted the velocity, he came back and pitched the next inning and he hit 92 once. He really reared back for that one. His average fastball was around 88.

    He looked real good. Confident and hit his spots, especially when it was crunch time (bases loaded.) He was one of the few bright spots tonight.

    We left right before the 9th started. They were losing 8-0.
    He is going to have to have very good command if he wants to be a successful major leaguer, you cant sit around 88 with so-so command.
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    This post is for you ciaban

    Randal Grichuk Avg .293 HR 15 2B 22 3B 6 OBP .328 SLG .475 SB 16 CS 2

    Grichuk has been a completely different player since the beginning of May.

    AB 213 Avg .248 HR 3 2B 10 3B 5 OBP .286 SLG .385 SB 5 CS 0 K% 18.8 BB% 3.8

    That is his line over the first two months of the season. This his his line over the last two months (3 counting August)

    AB 221 Avg .335 HR 12 2B 12 3B 1 OBP .385 SLG .561 SB 11 CS 2 K% 14.9 BB% 5.0

    He has raised his average over 85 points. He has cut down on his strikeouts while improving his walk rate. He has improve his SLG% by over 175 points. There are still things he needs to work on, a 5% walk rate in Advanced Single-A isnt going to cut it. But Grichuk is still a very young player, he turns 21 in a week or so. Grichuk has kind of always been a slow starter I remember when he was first drafted he struggled for the first month or so and then went absolute crazy to finish the season. Grichuk missed a lot of time over the 2010 and 2011 seasons, he played in only 98 games (non rehab games) so maybe in the beginning of the year he was getting the cobwebs out of his system. Hopefully Grichuk can keep this up the rest of the season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vladdy#27 View Post
    He is going to have to have very good command if he wants to be a successful major leaguer, you cant sit around 88 with so-so command.
    Exactly. He's gonna have to be a finesse pitcher like Weaver.

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    I'm excited about Grichuk. We should catch a 66'ers game soon, Vladdy. They're giving out Pujols bobbleheads on the 25th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigGuy951 View Post
    I'm excited about Grichuk. We should catch a 66'ers game soon, Vladdy. They're giving out Pujols bobbleheads on the 25th.
    Im down!

    Is it the same one they gave away at Angels stadium? Or a different one?
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    I'm pretty sure it's the same one. They usually give them the left overs haha.

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    Triple-A W 10-3

    SS Romine 3-5 1 2B (10) 1 3B (3) 2 R .294
    CF Crowe 0-3 2 BB 1 R 1 SB (6) 1 K .256
    RF Calhoun 1-3 2 RBI 3 R 1 BB 2 K .301
    3B Jimenez 1-5 1 HR (14) 3 RBI 1 R 2 K .307
    1B Navarro 2-2 1 RBI 1 BB 1 R .295
    -Deeds 0-2 1 K .292
    C Conger 3-4 2 2B (13-14) 2 RBI 1 R 1 BB .306
    LF Langerhans 0-3 1 BB 2 K .258
    DH Aldridge 0-4 3 K .226
    2B Lucas 2-4 1 RBI 1 R 1 SB (5) .268

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    Advanced Single-A W 5-1
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    RF Heid 1-3 2 RBI 1 BB 1 SB (12) 1 CS (8) 1 K .287
    2B Lindsey 1-4 .287
    3B Cowart 0-2 1 BB 1 R 1 SB (5) 2 K .275
    1B Cron 0-4 2 K .287
    CF Grichuk 2-4 1 3B (7) 1 RBI 1 R 1 K .295
    DH Gomez 1-4 1 R 1 SB (15) 2 K .279
    C Bandy 1-3 1 2B (17) 1 RBI 1 R 1 BB 2 K .227
    LF Jones 1-3 1 2B (6) 1 RBI 1 R 1 BB 1 K .278
    SS Almanzar 0-3 1 K .231

    Burkard IP 4 H 3 ER 1 K 2 BB 1 3.38
    Kelley IP 2 H 1 K 5 0.00
    Cendejas IP 2 K 1 2.94
    Tillman IP 1 1.50

    Single-A L 0-5

    LF Borenstein 0-4 1 K .253
    RF Martinez 2-4 1 3B (1) 1 SB (10) .270
    SS Stamets 0-4 2 K .296
    CF Workman 0-4 2 K .271
    1B Hall 0-3 1 K .255
    DH Mitchell 0-3 3 K .262
    C Wright 0-2 1 K .282
    2B Parks 0-3 2 K .000
    3B Hairgrove 1-2 1 BB 1 K .230

    Crowley IP 7 H 5 ER 1 K 4 BB 1 3.29
    Alvarez IP 1 H 1 ER 3 K 1 BB 2 5.19

    Orem W 6-4

    2B S. Johnson 2-2 1 BB 1 R 1 SB (4) .202
    SS Soto 0-3 1 BB 1 K .316
    1B Hinkle 1-4 1 K .318
    DH Snyder 0-4 .324
    RF Walsh 0-2 2 BB 2 R .295
    3B Bolaski 1-3 1 3B (3) 1 RBI 1 K .275
    -Bushyhead 1-1 1 R .288
    LF Ray 1-4 1 HR (4) 3 RBI 1 R 3 K .287
    CF Clarke 1-4 1 R 2 K .291
    C Livingston 0-4 1 K .278

    Roth IP 2 K 1 BB 1 2.38
    DeLoach IP 3 H 1 K 2 BB 1 6.30
    Lowery IP 2 H 5 ER 3 K 2 BB 1 10.38
    Morin IP 2 H 1 K 2 4.26

    AZL L 1-6

    CF Sneed 0-1 .248
    -Bolden 0-2 1 BB .130
    SS Toribio 2-3 1 BB 1 K .406
    DH Dalton 0-3 1 BB .233
    2B Eaves 2-4 1 3B (4) 1 R .258
    RF Beltran 0-3 1 RBI 2 K .259
    3B Rondon 0-4 1 K .256
    1B Ross 1-3 1 BB 1 K .275
    C Patterson 0-4 3 K .125
    LF Davis 0-4 1 K .279

    LeBarron IP 4 H 7 ER 2 K 2 3.30
    Hurtado IP 3 H 1 K 4 2.14
    Bush IP 0.2 H 0 ER 1 BB 4 3.38 (BEAST)
    Scoggins IP 1.1 K 1 BB 1 5.91
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    LHP Michael Roth IP 11.1 H 6 ERA 2.38 K 11 BB 6 BAA .158 WHIP 1.08

    Michael Roth was our 9th round pick and he was one of our last draft picks to sign because his team made their third straight College World Series, they couldn't three-peat after winning the first two. Roth was the ace of the staff, but he wasn't much of a strikeout pitcher, he struck out only only 6.1 batters every 9 innings. He did show good command in college walking on 2.7 batters every 9. Roth threw 137 innings in his senior season so the Angels have put him on a 30 pitch limit every start, so in 6 games he has only thrown 11.1 innings, but in those 11.1 innings his numbers have been opposite of what they were in college. He is striking out nearly 9 batters every 9 innings, while walking 4.9 per 9. Roth is likely going to need very good command if he ever reaches the big leagues. He throws a fastball that sits in the 85-89 MPH range, a change up (his best pitch), a slider, and a curve. Roth has done a good job of limiting hits, opponents are hitting .158 against him. He is also doing a very good job of keeping the ball on the ground, with a 2.50 GO/AO ratio, he is going to need to continue to do this if he wants to be successful. Roth is already 22 years old, so that paired with the lack of starting pitching depth in our system, especially left handed pitching, Roth will likely move through the system fairly quickly. Roth will probably start next season with the 66ers in Advanced Single-A, if shows the command he showed in college and continues to keep getting outs on the ground he could be in Double-A by the end of the season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vladdy#27 View Post
    This post is for you ciaban

    Randal Grichuk Avg .293 HR 15 2B 22 3B 6 OBP .328 SLG .475 SB 16 CS 2

    Grichuk has been a completely different player since the beginning of May.

    AB 213 Avg .248 HR 3 2B 10 3B 5 OBP .286 SLG .385 SB 5 CS 0 K% 18.8 BB% 3.8

    That is his line over the first two months of the season. This his his line over the last two months (3 counting August)

    AB 221 Avg .335 HR 12 2B 12 3B 1 OBP .385 SLG .561 SB 11 CS 2 K% 14.9 BB% 5.0

    He has raised his average over 85 points. He has cut down on his strikeouts while improving his walk rate. He has improve his SLG% by over 175 points. There are still things he needs to work on, a 5% walk rate in Advanced Single-A isnt going to cut it. But Grichuk is still a very young player, he turns 21 in a week or so. Grichuk has kind of always been a slow starter I remember when he was first drafted he struggled for the first month or so and then went absolute crazy to finish the season. Grichuk missed a lot of time over the 2010 and 2011 seasons, he played in only 98 games (non rehab games) so maybe in the beginning of the year he was getting the cobwebs out of his system. Hopefully Grichuk can keep this up the rest of the season.
    thanks bro, sorry it took me so long to get to this, but i havent had internet access for like 3 days,

    this is why he excites me, natural power swing, great bat speed, btw he doesn't have do anything in Anaheim, he could be a trade chip which would be fine too. he does need to walk more, though his june/july numbers are promising, his obp is about 50 points above the avg, and i think he will improve his defense with time, not everyone can come out of high school with a gold glove

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    vlady after the angel game today they were talking about someone that angels can call up to help with the pen?

    is he any good?

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    Triple-A W 8-7

    CF Crowe 3-4 1 3B (1) 2 RBI 1 R 1 SB (7) .279
    3B Romine 2-5 1 2B (11) 1 RBI 1 BB 1 CS (10) .296
    1B Calhoun 2-5 1 2B (26) 1 RBI 1 R 2 K .302
    DH Conger 2-5 1 RBI 1 R 2 K .308
    C Hester 1-4 1 2B (1) 1 BB 1 K .204
    RF Aldridge 0-5 2 K .221
    SS Lucas 0-3 2 BB 1 R 1 K .266
    2B Long 2-5 1 3B (7) 1 RBI 1 R .262
    LF Deeds 3-4 1 HR (5) 2 3B (5-6) 2 RBI 3 R 1 K .299
    -Navarro 1-1 .297

    Shoemaker IP 7 H 7 ER 4 K 5 BB 2 5.72
    Meyer IP 1 K 2 BB 1 5.02
    Russell IP 0.2 H 1 ER 3 K 1 BB 1 40.50
    Brasier IP 1.1 H 2 K 1 4.25

    Double-A W 10-4, W 4-0

    CF Witherspoon 3-9 2 2B (8-9) 1 RBI 1 R 1 SB (5) 1 K .248
    2B Osuna 2-7 1 RBI 1 R 2 BB 3 K .257
    1B McAnulty 0-7 1 RBI 1 BB 1 K .204
    LF Lopez 3-6 2 HR (11-12) 5 RBI 3 R 2 BB 1 SB (4) 1 K .264
    DH Haerther 3-9 1 2B (17) 1 RBI 2 K .262
    3B Hernandez 0-9 1 R 2 K .250
    C Ramirez 2-8 2 2B (9-10) 1 RBI 2 R 1 BB 1 K .219
    RF Castillo 1-2 1 HR (6) 1 RBI 3 R 2 BB .181
    SS Perez 3-7 1 HR (4) 1 2B (12) 3 RBI 2 R 1 K .205
    LF Swift 0-4 1 R 2 K .240

    Maronde IP 8 H 4 K 5 BB 1 3.55
    Schugel IP 1 K 1 2.85
    McKiernan IP 6 H 4 ER 3 K 4 BB 3 3.89
    Chaffee IP 1 K 1 3.09
    Robinson IP 1 H 1 ER 1 K 2 BB 1 7.23
    Johnson IP 1 2.20

    Advanced Single-A W 8-6, L 3-6

    2B Lindsey 4-8 2 RBI 2 R 1 BB 2 K .291
    LF Jones 2-7 1 2B (7) 1 3B (5) 3 RBI 1 R 1 BB 1 K .279
    3B Cowart 1-6 1 2B (11) 2 RBI 1 R 2 BB 2 K .271
    DH Cron 1-5 1 HR (21) 2 RBI 1 R 1 K .286
    CF Grichuk 3-7 1 3B (8) 1 R .297
    SS Gomez 2-7 1 R 1 BB 1 SB (16) 3 K .279
    RF Gowens 0-4 1 K .205
    C Jimenez 2-7 2 R 1 BB 2 K .252
    1B Almanzar 2-7 2 K .232
    RF Heid 1-5 1 RBI 1 R 1 K .285
    1B Bandy 1-3 1 2B (18) 1 R .228

    Russell IP 5.1 H 7 BB 1 7.25
    Reynolds IP 5 H 9 ER 6 K 3 BB 1 8.18
    Giardina IP 1.2 H 1 ER 1 K 4 BB 1 7.45
    Cendejas IP 1 H 2 K 1 2.88
    Flores IP 2 H 3 K 1 BB 1 3.74
    Batista IP 1 H 1 K 1 3.69
    George IP 1 H 1 K 1 BB 2 4.65
    Tillman IP 1 H 2 ER 1 BB 2 1.89

    Single-A W 15-1

    RF Martinez 1-6 1 2B (3) 1 RBI 3 R 1 K .263
    SS Stamets 4-6 3 2B (7-9) 3 RBI 3 R 2 K .311
    2B Yarbrough 3-5 1 2B (8) 1 RBI 3 R 1 BB .290
    CF Workman 3-6 1 HR (9) 4 RBI 1 R .275
    1B Hall 3-6 1 2B (17) 2 RBI 1 K .258
    LF Borenstein 0-4 1 R 1 BB .248
    C Baker 2-5 1 2B (10) 2 R .231
    DH Scioscia 1-4 1 RBI 2 R 1 BB .248
    3B Hairgrove 1-5 1 RBI .229

    Jimenez IP 5.2 H 5 K 4 3.67
    Melioris IP 2.1 K 2 4.48
    De Jiulio IP 1 K 1 6.20

    Orem W 11-3, W 7-4

    CF Capote 4-57 1 2B (10) 1 RBI 4 R 4 BB 1 K .398
    2B Johnson 3-7 1 2B (6) 1 RBI 2 R 2 BB 1 SB (5) 1 K .219
    1B Hinkle 2-4 1 R 1 BB 1 K .322
    3B Snyder 2-8 2 RBI 2 R 1 BB 3 K .320
    LF Ray 5-7 1 3B (3) 4 RBI 1 R .303
    DH Bolaski 2-4 1 2B (7) 1 RBI 2 R 1 BB .282
    RF Clarke 3-8 1 HR (3) 3 RBI 2 R 1 BB 2 SB (5-6) 2 K .298
    SS Bushyhead 3-8 1 RBI 1 R .296
    C Bemboom 0-8 1 RBI 2 K .187
    DH Walsh 3-4 1 2B (11) 1 3B (2) 2 RBI 3 R 1 BB .309
    SS Soto 2-4 1 3B (4) 2 RBI 1 SB (7) .320

    Perez IP 5 H 7 ER 4 K 2 BB 2 4.88
    Sappington IP 3 H 3 ER 1 BB 1 4.88
    Newcomb IP 3 H 2 K 3 3.81
    Krehbiel IP 0.2 H 2 7.52
    Adams IP 0.2 ER 1 K 1 BB 2 3.38
    Baker IP 0.2 H 1 BB 1 2.73
    Efferson IP 1 K 1 7.71
    O'Grady IP 2 H 1 K 3 5.87
    Powell IP 2 K 3 4.67

    AZL L 4-12

    CF Sneed 1-4 1 RBI .248
    DH Toribio 2-3 1 2B (4) 1 3B (2) 2 R 1 BB .417
    2B Eaves 0-3 1 RBI .252
    RF Beltran 2-4 1 3 (3) 1 RBI 1 R 1 K .266
    C Martinez 1-4 1 RBI .306
    SS Rondon 1-4 1 R .255
    1B Whitley 0-3 1 BB .277
    3B Linares 0-4 3 K .148
    LF Davis 1-3 2 K .281

    Love IP 5.1 H 6 ER 6 K 3 BB 2 4.71
    Hatcher IP 1.2 H 3 ER 3 BB 1 7.88
    O-Ram IP 2 H 4 ER 2 8.76
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    Quote Originally Posted by ciaban View Post
    thanks bro, sorry it took me so long to get to this, but i havent had internet access for like 3 days,

    this is why he excites me, natural power swing, great bat speed, btw he doesn't have do anything in Anaheim, he could be a trade chip which would be fine too. he does need to walk more, though his june/july numbers are promising, his obp is about 50 points above the avg, and i think he will improve his defense with time, not everyone can come out of high school with a gold glove
    From what i've heard/seen hes already pretty good defensively and has a good arm. Hes been playing CF lately but his future is as a corner OF

    Quote Originally Posted by Halo4life View Post
    vlady after the angel game today they were talking about someone that angels can call up to help with the pen?

    is he any good?
    Steven Geltz? I'm not sure who they were talking about I always turn from the post game show. I assume its him though since he is probably the best option out of the pen. He was very good in Double-A this season, he has been good but not as good in Triple-A. Geltz is an extreme fly ball pitcher 0.45 GO/AO ratio in the minors this season so our defense in the OF will be a big help for him if and when he is called up.
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