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    The Official Minor League Report

    We had this thread last year and it was a success. This is the place to post any question, news, stat or fact about our minor league teams and players. And of course, I hope we can count on the constant updates and reports from our Official minor league scout and favorite trade proposer, dave.

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    Thumbs up Good Idea!

    This should be stickied.

    People put some imput into this cuz it really nice to hear about our upcoming major leaguers.

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    Consider it stuck.

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    Ogden Raptors

    Rookie Level is quite a ways from the Bigs, but I live in Ogden, Utah (home of the Ogden Raptors). I've been lucky enough to watch a few up and comers. Scott Elbert, Blake Dewitt and (of course) Russell Martin all played here in Ogden. I'll be sure to drop by and give updates when I'm able to attend the games.

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    Here's the roster for LV51's

    51's roster

    It looks to me that we have dried our AAA team leaving only Miller, Meloan, Orenduff and Paul. Other than that all are transitory players (Repko, Martinez) and career AAA players.


    I know Miller and Meloan pretty well, but could someone expand on Orenduff and Paul?

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    Seems cool to keep up with the top prospects
    Gone Forever

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    The Giants NL West Division chase.

    Gagné's HGH Care Package

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    Quote Originally Posted by GHGHCP View Post
    Thats a nice article. It has a few names we dont get to hear about much and some details on them. (I didnt realize Withrow was still with us, and i actually check the minor league reports every now and then!?)


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    XPual and Ordenuff

    Quote Originally Posted by 4everblue View Post
    Here's the roster for LV51's

    51's roster

    It looks to me that we have dried our AAA team leaving only Miller, Meloan, Orenduff and Paul. Other than that all are transitory players (Repko, Martinez) and career AAA players.


    I know Miller and Meloan pretty well, but could someone expand on Orenduff and Paul?
    Xpual is a left hand hitting center fielder. he has some power and is very fast.

    Ordeuff is a starter reliever, this is his second time in triple a. he was once right up there with Billsy but a shoulder operation two years ago cost him. he came back and pitched well in double a last year, nothing spectacular but not bad eithier. Glade to see him back in triple a again this year. This is more likely than not a make or break year for his Dodger future. he is still only 24...so he's hopeing for the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave View Post
    Thanks for the link for the brief update.

    (I love the typo's... Dave, is that your site?)


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    Quote Originally Posted by GHGHCP View Post
    Nice read
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave View Post
    Thanx dave
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    friday night

    MINOR LEAGUE REPORT:
    LAS VEGAS lost 12-5.

    Lowlights:

    John Lindsey was 4-5
    Terry Tiffee was 3-5Falkenborg gave up 4 runs in 1/3 of an inning
    A quartet of 51’s pitchers were pounded for 12 runs
    Move along, there’s nothing to see here folks.
    BOXSCORE
    The Jacksonville Suns lost 5-1.
    Lowlights:

    Kershaw pitched 3 innings with 2 hits, 2 runs and 4 K’s to go with 2 walks
    The Suns only had 3 hits - DeJesus had one (a double)
    Zach Hammes pitched 3 impressive shoutout innings.
    BOXSCORE
    The Inland Empire 66′ers lost 6-2.
    Lowlights:

    Ryan Rogowski was 2-3
    Nothing else worth talking about
    BOXSCORE
    The Great Lakes Loons won 5-4
    Highlights:

    Andrew Lambo and Brian Matthews were both 2-4
    Avery Morris pitches 5-2/3 innings of 1 run/0 BB/6 K baseball
    Jansen hit his first HR
    Ramirez got his 2nd save
    BOXSCORE

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    week end

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    Russ Mitchell Helps Suns Sweep Two


    Russ Mitchell ... two home runs By Tot Holmes
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    Posted Apr 7, 2008


    Las Vegas was swept by Salt Lake, losing 3-2 on Sunday. Jacksonville picked up a pair of wins, topping West Tenn 4-3 and 2-1. Inland Empire fell behind but scramble back, eventually losing 8-7 to Visalia and Andrew Lambo's three doubles keyed a 4-3 win for Great Lakes over Dayton.

    Las Vegas Teeters on Edge of Record-- After four games, Las Vegas tied the club's worst start in history by losing a 3-2 decision to Salt Lake who swept the first series of the year 4-0.

    With Colorado Springs moving into Cashman Field to night, a win is imperative to avoid the franchise's first 0-5 start in 26 years.

    "We need to get better in a hurry," Las Vegas manager Lorenzo Bundy tp;d the Las Vegas Review Journal. "Is it panic time? Well, we've got 140 games to go. But, as far as somebody's career or how long they stay here? Yeah, it's time to get going."

    Bundy must be having flashbacks to the 2007 season when his team seemed to hit when the pitching was bad and batter the ball when the pitcher's faltered. The 51s have posted a 6.50 ERA and a .241 batting average.

    "Offensively, we've been pretty disappointing," Bundy said. "Whether you have a successful year, a lot is going to depend on your pitching, but in the PCL, you have to score.

    "We have veteran hitters who have put up numbers in the past, and they're going to have to put up numbers to stay here."

    Terry Tiffee (.471) and John Lindsey (.471), who extended his hitting streak to 26 games Sunday with a fourth-inning double, are the only players batting better than .273 for Las Vegas, which has scored only 13 runs in four games.

    Bundy pointed out you can't get away with two or three runs in this league, especially in the Las Vegas ballpark.

    Left-hander Eric Stults (0-1) allowed all three runs in 3.1 innings Sunday, allowing four hits, including a solo homer, while walking five and fanning five.

    Stults, who threw 87 pitches, also tied a dubious team record with three wild pitches in the first inning, when Salt Lake scored without hitting the ball out of the infield.

    After Salt Lake had taken a 3-0 lead with single runs in the first, third and fourth innings, Kevin Howard, who was went 2-for-4, drilled a two-run double in the fourth to pull the 51s within 3-2. That ended the scoring for the afternoon.

    Mike Koplove, Matt Riley and Mark Myers held the Bees scoreless over the final 6.2 innings.

    Las Vegas, which had six hits, stranded runners at first and second base in both the eighth and ninth innings. Score by Innings
    Salt Lake 101 100 000-3
    Las Vegas 000 200 000-2

    Las Vegas ab r h bi ave
    Repko dh 5 0 1 0 .211
    Paul cf 5 0 1 0 .143
    Tiffee 3b 4 0 0 0 .471
    Lindsey 1b 4 1 1 0 .471
    Griffin lf 3 0 0 1 .231
    Lombard rf 2 1 0 2 .100
    Maza ss 3 0 1 1 .143
    Howard 2b 4 0 2 0 .273
    Ellis c 2 0 0 2 .000
    Totals 32 2 6 1
    Salt Lake 35 3 10 2

    Error- Riley. 2B- Lindsey 1, Howard
    1. RBI- Howard 2 (2). LOB- Jacksonville
    9, Salt Lake 12. CS- Maza.

    Las Vegas in h r-er bb so era
    Stults (0-1) 3.1 4 3-3 5 5 8.10
    Koplove 1.2 1 0-0 1 1 3.38
    Riley 2.0 4 0-0 1 3 4.15
    Myers 2.0 1 0-0 0 2 2.45
    WP- Stults 3, Riley. T- 2:48. Att- 2,993.
    Suns Sweep doubleheader-- The Jacksonville Suns (3-1) used solid starting pitching and timely hitting while sweeping the Sunday doubleheader against the West Tenn Diamond Jaxx by scores of 4-3 and 2-1 in front of 3,722 at the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville.

    Marlon Arias (1-0) picked up the win for Jacksonville in game one with Brian Akin (1) earning the save for the Suns. In game two, Suns reliever Eduardo Sierra (2-0) picked up the victory and Yhency Brazoban (2) saved his second game of the series with a perfect seventh inning.

    Russell Mitchell belted a pair of solo home run in the opener to give starter Marlon Arias his first win of the year. Arias was dominant throughout and he retired 13 consecutive hitters after a first inning leadoff walk.

    A catcher's interference in the fifth inning and a double tie the game 1-1.

    Arias finished the game after five having allowed one hit and an unearned run while striking out five.

    Mitchell's second home run gave the Suns a 3-1 lead and allowed Arias to collect the win. Mitchell became the first Suns player to hit two home runs in a game since Xavier Paul did it on August 17, 2007 at Montgomery.

    Jacksonville added two more runs in the sixth inning, with RBI singles from Lucas May and René Rivera to open a 4-1 lead.

    Reliever Kyle Wilson pitched a scoreless sixth before Brian Akin took the hill for the final inning looking for the save and he earned it, although he allowed a pair of runs. Score by Innings
    West Tennessee 000 010 2-3
    Jacksonville 010 012 x-4

    Jacksonville ab h r bi ave
    Tomlin cf-lf 2 1 1 0 .400
    De Jesus ss 3 0 1 0 .300
    Jacobs lf 3 0 0 0 .300
    Godwin cf 0 0 0 0 .143
    May c 3 1 1 1 .333
    Rivera 1b 3 0 1 1 .200
    Hoffmann rf 3 0 0 0 .000
    Mitchell 3b 2 2 2 2 .333
    Justis 2b 2 0 0 0 .000
    Gonzalez A dh 2 0 0 0 .000
    Totals 23 4 6 1
    West Tenn 24 3 3 0

    Error- May. HR- Mitchell 2 (2). RBI-
    Mitchell 2 (3), May (3), Rivera (3).
    LOB- Jacksonville 2, West Tennessee
    4. SB- Tomlin (1).

    Jacksonville in h r-er bb so era
    Arias (1-0) 5.0 1 1-0 1 4 0.00
    Wilson 1.0 0 0-0 1 1 0.00
    Akins (sv 1) 1.0 2 2-2 1 1 18.00
    T- 1:52.
    West Tenn starter Chris Jakubauskas retired the first eight Suns hitters in a row before Jacksonville outfielder Adam Godwin legged out an infield single and a throwing error put him at second base with two out. James Tomlin singled through the right side for a 1-0 lead.

    Suns starter Jesus Castillo allowed two-out doubles in each of the first three innings, only to leave the runner on base. A fifth double leading off the fifth inning set up the tying run on a sacrifice bunt to square the score at 1-1.

    Eduardo Sierra (2-0) worked a perfect sixth and earned his second win when Suns shortstop Ivan DeJesus, Jr. led off the bottom of the inning with a double, Greg Jacobs singled. Pinch runner Jamie Hoffmann stole second while René Rivera next grounded out to the pitcher.

    With two out, West Tenn had had enough of Russell Mitchell and walked him to load the bases before Bobby Malek's sacrifice fly scored DeJesus for a 2-1 Suns lead.

    Suns closer Yhency Brazoban pitched a perfect seventh inning to preserve his second save of the series.

    The Suns and Diamond Jaxx conclude the series Monday at 11:05 a.m. Suns RH Mario Alvarez, a member of the Dodgers 40-Man roster, gets the start for the Suns. Former Suns pitcher Ryan Ketchner is expected to be added to the West Tenn roster and to start for the Diamond Jaxx. Score by Innings
    West Tenn 000 000 0-1
    Jacksonville 001 001 x-2

    Jacksonville ab r h bi ave
    Tomlin rf 3 0 1 1 .375
    De Jesus ss 3 1 2 0 .385
    Jacobs dh 3 0 1 0 .308
    Hoffmann pr-dh 0 0 0 0 .000
    Rivera c 3 0 0 0 .154
    Mitchell 1b 2 0 0 0 .273
    Malek lf 2 0 0 1 .167
    JGonzalez 2b 3 0 0 0 .000
    AGonzalez 3b 2 0 1 0 .250
    Godwin cf 2 1 1 0 .222
    Totals 23 2 6 0
    West Tenn 21 1 4 1

    2B- De Jesus (2). RBI- Tomlin (1),
    Malek (1). SF- Malek. LOB-
    Jacksonville 5, West Tennessee 4.
    SB- Gonzalez (1), Hoffmann (2). DP-
    Rivera, Gonzalez J.

    Jacksonville in h r-er so bb era
    Castillo 5.0 4 1-1 1 3 1.80
    Sierra (2-0) 1.0 0 0-0 1 0 0.00
    Brazoban (sv 2) 1.0 0 0-0 0 0 0.00
    Balk- Sierrra. T- 1:51. Att- 3,722.
    Grand Slam Sinks Sixers --A grand slam home run in the fifth inning that broke a 1-1 tie seemed to drive a stake in the 66ers heart and they did lose but Visalia's 8-7 victory didn't come without a fight.

    The Inland Empire (0-4) again had a solid outing from their starting pitchers. Javy Guerra, the fourth pick in the 2004 draft, worked four innings and allowed one run and one hit while fanning five.

    He left with the game tied 1-1 and reliever Garrett White (0-1) was pounded. Three straight singles loaded the bases and a home run unloaded them. Paul Kloss took over with one out and allowed another run to make it 6-1.

    Two more runs off Kloss in the sixth seemed to put the game out of reach but Inland Empire battled back.

    The 66ers scored three in the sixth inning, two on Carlos Santana's double, and two more in the seventh, helped by Josh Bell's double.

    Joe Jones and Jordan Pratt combined to pitch three and two-thirds scoreless ball to give the 66ers a chance.

    With one out in the ninth, Bell singled and Eduardo Perez walked. With the winning run at first base, a six-four-three double play ended the contest.

    Ryan Rogowski and Bell combined to go five-for-ten with two runs batted in and three runs scored to lead Inland Empire.

    The Lancaster JetHawks will arrive in San Bernardino on tonight for three games. Monday will be the first Dodger Monday of 2008 and Kenny Landreaux will be on hand to sign autographs. Score by Innings
    Visalia 001 052 000-8
    Inland Empire 001 003 210-7

    Inland Empire ab r h bi ave
    Rogowski lf 5 2 2 0 .400
    Berezay rf 5 0 1 1 .235
    Bell 3b 5 1 3 1 .471
    Perez 1b 4 1 1 0 .200
    Locke dh 5 1 1 0 .200
    Santana c 2 1 1 2 .143
    Giles c 4 0 1 0 .273
    Pedroza 2b 4 1 0 1 .071
    Lizarraga ss 3 0 1 1 .250
    Totals 37 7 1 1
    Visalia 32 8 1 0

    Error- Lizarraga. 2B-Giles (1), Perez (2),
    Santana (1), Bell (1). 3B- Rogowski (1),
    (1) Lizarraga. RBI- Berezay (3), Santana
    2 (2), Pedroza (2), Bell (1). LOB- Inland
    Empire 7, Visalia 10.

    Inland Empire in h r-er bb so era
    Guerra 4.0 1 1-1 3 5 2.25
    White (0-1) 0.1 4 5-5 2 0 27.00
    Koss 1.0 4 2-1 1 1 3.86
    Jones 2.2 1 0-0 2 3 0.00
    Pratt 1.0 0 0-0 0 0 0.00
    HBP- by Guerra. T- 3:11. Att- 1,932.
    Lambo’s Heroics Give Loons Win --The Loons needed every one of Andrew Lambo’s three doubles in Sunday’s series finale against Dayton. His final two-bagger to the wall in left-center field in the bottom of the ninth scored Preston Mattingly, enabling the Loons to walk off with a dramatic 4-3 win in front of 3,218 Loons fans at Dow Diamond.

    The Dragons got on the board first in the fourth inning when Mike McKennon launched a two-run homer, his first of the season, making it 2-0. Dayton added another run in the fifth on a Todd Frazier RBI single.

    The Loons got on the board when Lambo’s first double scored Mattingly to make the score 3-1. In the eighth, Lambo scored the Loons’ second run on Alex Garbedian’s bases loaded walk off Dragons reliever Terrell Young.

    Then in the ninth, the Loons started their comeback when Jovanny Rosario singled and advanced to second on Erik Kanaby’s sacrifice bunt.

    Mattingly then lofted a single down the right field line to tie the game at three. Lambo followed by lining a pitch to the left-center field gap, scoring Mattingly all the way from first and sending the Loons’ players out to celebrate with Mattingly and Lambo.

    Steven Johnson started for the Loons throwing 4.2 innings and allowing seven hits and three runs while striking out four. Jon Dutton came on in relief and pitched 3.1 sensational innings without allowing a hit and striking out five. Miguel Sanfler pitched a scoreless ninth striking out two to record his first win of the season.

    The Loons improve to 3-1 and hit the road for a 10-game road swing beginning with the defending Midwest League Champion West Michigan Whitecaps tonight. Daigoro Rondon (1-0, 9.00 ERA) is scheduled to start for the Loons. --Brad Golder Great Lakes Director of Communications. Score by Innings
    Dayton 000 210 000-3
    Great Lakes 000 001 012-4

    Great Lakes ab r h bi ave
    Rosario cf 4 1 1 0 .267
    Kanaby dh 3 0 0 0 .167
    Mattingly 2b 5 2 2 1 .294
    Lambo lf 5 1 3 2 .412
    Mathews 1b 1 0 0 0 .385
    Baez 3b 4 0 0 0 .125
    Van Slyke rf 2 0 0 0 .222
    Garabedian c 3 0 1 1 .333
    Dalton ss 3 0 0 0 .000
    Totals 30 4 7 1
    Dayton 32 3 8 1

    Error- Lambo (2). 2B- Lambo 3 (3).
    RBI- Lambo 2 (3), Garabedian (1),
    Mattingly (4). S- Kanaby. LOB-
    Great Lakes 11, Dayton 5. SB- Kanaby
    (2). DP- Garabedian and Mattingly.

    Great Lakes in h r-er bb so era
    Johnson 4.2 7 3-3 1 4 5.79
    Dutton 3.1 0 0-0 1 5 0.00
    Sanfler (1-0) 1.0 1 0-0 0 2 0.00
    HBP- Mathews. T- 2:45. Att- 3,218
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