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    Did Barnes only threw 45 pitches? 45-35 on the Boscore. Don't know if that is accurate.

    If true, BEAST!

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    I doubt it, minor league pitch counts suck.

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    That's what I thought.

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    *cough* Barnes for closer *cough*


    I'm kidding, I'm kidding.

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    Minor league pitch counts count 3 pitches for a strike out, 4 for a walk, 1 for a hit. I don't know why they bother, it's funny when lazy reporters don't realize this. They had Hill and Miller's false pitch counts on the NESN broadcast yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Lavigne43- View Post
    Minor league pitch counts count 3 pitches for a strike out, 4 for a walk, 1 for a hit. I don't know why they bother, it's funny when lazy reporters don't realize this. They had Hill and Miller's false pitch counts on the NESN broadcast yesterday.
    I have no clue why they do that, it makes no sense whatsoever.

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    Swihart hitting a triple. Doesn't look like a catcher http://www.milb.com/multimedia/vpp.j...nt_id=20502261

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    He can fly right?

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    Really good interview with the Red Sox minor league hitting coordinator Victor Rodriguez: http://audio.weei.com/a/54954471/min...-rodriguez.htm

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    Swihart: .353/.500/.529

    Not a bad first week as a pro.

    Ramos was 1/4 with a 2-run double to power the Drive to a 4-3 win. Hill had a meh rehab start (1IP, 2H, 1ER, 2K) followed by Miguel Pena giving the Drive another 5IP, 0ER "start" (2H, 2K, 0BB). Yeppier Castillo, the Opening Day starter, pitched 3 innings of relief for the save (5H, 2ER, 4K, 0BB)

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    When is it realistic to get Hill back? He's only a reliever and doesn't need to build up their arm like a starter do. First week of May? I seen enough of Thomas.

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    Do you know what day he had TJ Surgery? Ideal scenario from TJ Surgery is usually 8-9 months if I'm not mistaken. Then about another 12 months before a player regains his full velocity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Station 13 View Post
    When is it realistic to get Hill back? He's only a reliever and doesn't need to build up their arm like a starter do. First week of May? I seen enough of Thomas.
    He was just okay in Greenville. Often pitchers feel awesome when they first return to throwing but then have to spend some time getting their feel back for offspeed stuff. Since the latter is a big part of Hill's success I'd expect him to have several more appearances before he MLB ready. Still, that leaves early may as a reasonable return date.

    Quote Originally Posted by mooz View Post
    Do you know what day he had TJ Surgery? Ideal scenario from TJ Surgery is usually 8-9 months if I'm not mistaken. Then about another 12 months before a player regains his full velocity.
    Used to be 13 months be the return schedule is getting shorter. His surgery was June 8 or 9 last year so early May would be 11 months. Seems like Strasburg was around that same timeframe (research says it was 13.5months).

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSoxtober View Post
    Used to be 13 months be the return schedule is getting shorter. His surgery was June 8 or 9 last year so early May would be 11 months. Seems like Strasburg was around that same timeframe (research says it was 13.5months).
    I very well could be wrong, maybe 8-9 months before you can start strengthening it? For some reason 8-9 months is sticking out in my head in regards to TJ surgery.

    I very well could be confusing it with the TJ surgery of the NFL, the ACL tear.

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    David Renfroe has been tearing it up so far, good to see him finally find some success.

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