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Thursday, April 17th: Ports Fall despite Streich’s Stellar Start while Snappers Win behind Finnegan and Cats & Hounds Come up Short


A’s Farmhand Of The Day

Stockton Ports Pitcher Seth Streich (6 IP / 3 H / 0 ER / 0 BB / 9 K)

 Stockton Ports Pitcher Seth Streich      (6 IP / 3 H / 0 ER / 0 BB / 9 K)



Stockton Ports        3

Inland Empire 66ers  4

LP – Sanburn 0-1 / 5.00

Farmhand Of The Game:

Pitcher Seth Streich

(6 IP / 3 H / 0 ER / 0 BB / 9 K)

RHP Seth Streich turned in an impressive start for Stockton, allowing just 3 hits while walking none and striking out 9 over 6 scoreless innings, and he left the game with a 3-run lead. In his first appearance for the Ports, RHP Hunter Adkins came on to give up 2 runs in 1 2/3 innings of relief, and RHP Nolan Sanburn surrendered 2 more runs – the tying run in the 9th and the winning run in the 10th – to take the loss. Designated hitter Renato Nunez singled, walked twice and drove in a run, while second baseman Chad Pinder also singled in a run, and shortstop Daniel Robertson singled and scored twice for the Ports. Meanwhile, Stockton starter Shawn Haviland was promoted to Midland and Hunter Adkins is expected to join RHPs Seth Streich, Josh Bowman, Manny Correa and Tim Atherton as the newest member of Stockton’s starting rotation.

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River Cats, RockHounds, Ports & Snappers Opening Day Rosters

Raley Field in Sacramento

Raley Field in Sacramento

Here they are – the official opening day rosters for the A’s four full-season affiliates who will all be starting their seasons on Thursday. Beloit will kick off the day’s action at 4:30pm PDT, followed by Midland at 5:00pm PDT, then Sacramento at 5:35pm PDT, and finally Stockton at 7:00pm PDT. We know that RHP Drew Granier will be the opening day starter for Midland and RHP Bobby Wahl will get the call for Beloit, while Sacramento’s and Stockton’s opening day starters have yet to be officially announced. Be sure to follow @AthleticsFarm on Twitter all day Thursday for updates on all the opening day action.


Stephen Vogt

Stephen Vogt


(Pacific Coast League – Triple-A)


Stephen Vogt*, Ryan Ortiz


Nate Freiman*, Anthony Aliotti, Jose Martinez, Alden Carrithers, Hiro Nakajima, Tyler Ladendorf, (DL- Jake Elmore*)


Shane Peterson*, Kent Matthes*, Jake Goebbert, Michael Taylor


Joe Blanton, Arnold Leon*, Matt Buschmann, Sean Murphy, Josh Lindblom*


Philip Humber, Deryk Hooker, Jeremy McBryde, Jose Flores, Fernando Nieve, Paul Smyth, Joe Savery*, Eric Berger, Fernando Rodriguez* (Rehab Assignment)

*40-Man Roster

NOTE: The A’s removed IF Hiro Nakajima from the 40-man roster on Wednesday and officially outrighted him to Sacramento. OF Michael Taylor cleared waivers on Thursday and was outrighted to Sacramento. IF Jake Elmore was placed on the DL on Thursday, and IF Tyler Ladendorf was promoted from Midland.


Addison Russell

Addison Russell


(Texas League – Double-A)


Ryan Lipkin, Beau Taylor


Max Muncy, Dusty Coleman, Addison Russell, Jefry Marte, Miles Head, Antonio Lamas


Billy Burns, D’Arby Myers, Chad Oberacker, Josh Whitaker, Conner Crumbliss


Zach Neal, Drew Granier, Raul Alcantara*, Tanner Peters, Chris Jensen


Murphy Smith, Nate Long, Ryan Dull, Blake Hassebrock, Seth Frankoff, Jesus Castillo, Andrew Werner, Jeff Urlaub, (DL-Frank Gailey)

*40-Man Roster


Billy McKinney

Billy McKinney


(California League – High-A)


Bruce Maxwell, Ryan Gorton


Matt Olson, Chad Pinder, Wade Kirkland, Daniel Robertson, Renato Nunez, Ryon Healy


Bobby Crocker, Dusty Robinson, Aaron Shipman, Billy McKinney


Josh Bowman, Manny Correa, Seth Streich, Shawn Haviland, Tim Atherton


Nolan Sanburn, Michael Ynoa*, Jonathan Joseph, Ryan Doolittle, Tucker Healy, Kris Hall, Austin House, Jeremy Barfield, (DL-Omar Duran)

*40-Man Roster


B.J. Boyd

B.J. Boyd


(Midwest League – Class-A)


Phil Pohl, Andy Paz


Ryan Huck, Melvin Mercedes, Chih-Fang Pan, Sam Roberts, B.A. Vollmuth, Michael Soto


Ryan Mathews, B.J. Boyd, Boog Powell, Tyler Marincov, (DL-Jaycob Brugman)


Dylan Covey, Kyle Finnegan, Lou Trivino, Ronald Herrera, Bobby Wahl


Andres Avila, Stuart Pudenz, Trevor Bayless, Sam Bragg, Lee Sosa, Chris Lamb, Brent Powers, Matt Stalcup


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A’s Eager to Deal Prospects to Win Now!


Billy Beane’s been a busy boy!

A’s general manager Billy Beane has had a busy week – and it ain’t over yet! On Monday, the team signed free agent left-handed starting pitcher Scott Kazmir to a two-year $22 million deal. And later that same day, the A’s acquired right-handed closer Jim Johnson from Baltimore in return for second baseman Jemile Weeks and a player to be named later.

Then on Tuesday, the team traded two of its top minor league prospects, outfielder Michael Choice and second baseman Chris Bostick, to Texas for outfielder Craig Gentry and right-handed starter Josh Lindblom. The A’s then followed that up just hours later by sending outfielder Seth Smith to San Diego for right-handed reliever Luke Gregerson.

Just the previous week, the team dealt minor league outfielder John Wooten to Washington for left-handed reliever Fernando Abad. And two weeks prior to that, the A’s signed utility infielder Nick Punto as a free agent.


Craig “Kitten Face” Gentry

The A’s new outfielder, Craig Gentry – who was nicknamed “Kitten Face” in Texas – is a right-handed hitting outfielder who can play all three outfield positions. He brings excellent defense and speed and hits lefties well, so he figures to take Chris Young’s place as a right-handed platoon player and fourth outfielder who could take over full time in center field for the A’s when Coco Crisp becomes a free agent after next season.

In order to acquire Gentry, the A’s gave up their top outfield prospect, who also happened to be the team’s top major-league-ready hitting prospect, former 1st-round draft pick Michael Choice. After hitting .302 at Triple-A Sacramento in 2013, many had hoped that Choice would be given the chance to fill Young’s role on the A’s roster in 2014. But instead, he’ll get the chance to battle for a starting spot in the Rangers’ outfield this season.

Top talent evaluators are divided on Choice’s chances for success as a major league slugger. But the A’s have a history of undervaluing and trading away talented young outfielders who’ve gone on to become successful major league hitters elsewhere. And A’s fans have to hope that Choice doesn’t turn out to be the next Andre Ethier, Nelson Cruz or Carlos Gonzalez in Texas.

With Choice now gone, Shane Peterson and Michael Taylor are now the most major-league-ready outfielders at the upper levels of the A’s minor league system, while 20-year-old B.J. Boyd and 19-year-old Billy McKinney are the team’s top outfield prospects at the lower levels of the system.

The A’s also traded away their top second base prospect, Chris Bostick, in the deal. And it looks increasingly likely that shortstop Daniel Robertson might have to try to make the move to second base to provide a future double play partner for top shortstop prospect Addison Russell. With fellow second baseman Jemile Weeks now gone as well, Sacramento’s 2014 infield could be comprised of Daric Barton or Anthony Aliotti at first base, minor league free agent signee Jose Martinez at second base, Andy Parrino at shortstop, Hiro Nakajima at third base and Dusty Coleman as the utility infielder filling in at second, short and third.

Meanwhile, RHP Josh Lindblom is likely to start the season in Sacramento’s starting rotation, along with River Cats returnees Arnold Leon and Andrew Werner as well as recent minor league free agent signees Phil Humber and Matt Buschmann.

Scott Kazmir - the $22 million dollar man

Scott Kazmir – the $22 million dollar man

At the major league level, new acquisitions Scott Kazmir and Jim Johnson are clearly intended to take the place of free agents Bartolo Colon and Grant Balfour on the A’s pitching staff. With Kazmir guaranteed $11 million this season, Johnson expected to net $10-11 million in arbitration and seven starting pitchers currently on the staff, the A’s second-highest-paid starter, Brett Anderson at $8 million, is expected to be the A’s most appetizing bit of a trade bait to be dangled at next week’s Winter Meetings. And rumors already have the Blue Jays, Twins, Royals, Yankees, Indians and Mariners licking their lips over the left-hander.

Assuming the A’s are able to complete a deal for Anderson, the team’s 2014 rotation would then be comprised of five of the following six starters: Scott Kazmir, Jarrod Parker, Tommy Milone, A.J. Griffin, Dan Straily and Sonny Gray. Given the general health of starting pitchers, it wouldn’t be surprising if one out of any group of six starters wasn’t 100% healthy to start the season, so I wouldn’t bother spending too much time worrying about which five of the six will end up making the opening day cut – it’ll surely sort itself out by the end of spring.

As far as the A’s bullpen goes, new closer Jim Johnson, who has saved at least 50 games in each of the last two seasons, and new RHP Luke Gregerson, who has been one of the best setup men in the National League over the past couple of years, are set to join LHPs Sean Doolittle and Jerry Blevins and RHPs Ryan Cook and Jesse Chavez, who is out options and whom the A’s value as a long man and spot starter.

Since the team typically likes to carry seven relievers, there’s room for one more arm in the A’s pen, and RHP Dan Otero is clearly the most deserving candidate for the final spot. But since Fernando Abad, Evan Scribner, Pedro Figueroa and Fernando Rodriguez are all out of options, it’s possible that Otero could start the season being stashed at Sacramento, waiting for someone to hit the DL while one of the others is given a shot.

Over the past week and a half, the A’s farm system has suffered the loss of outfielder Michael Choice, second baseman Jemile Weeks, second baseman Chris Bostick and outfielder John Wooten. And in the last six months, the team lost its 2007 #1 draft pick James Simmons as a minor league free agent and traded away 2008’s #1 pick Jemile Weeks, 2009’s #1 pick Grant Green and 2010’s #1 pick Michael Choice. 2011’s #1 pick Sonny Gray has already made it to the majors, while 2012’s #1 pick Addison Russell should be starting the season at Double-A Midland and 2013’s #1 pick Billy McKinney is expected to start the year at Class-A Beloit.


Brett Anderson – next up on the trading block?

As previously mentioned, LHP Brett Anderson is the most likely member of the A’s roster to be the next one to find himself on Billy Beane’s trading block, with infielder Alberto Callaspo not far behind. With six other starters on the staff, a long injury history and an $8 million salary attached to his name, Anderson is clearly expendable. And with a salary close to $5 million and no definite spot in the A’s lineup, Callaspo seems to just be taking up roster and salary space at this point.

Outfielders Seth Smith, Chris Young and Michael Choice have all recently departed, with Craig Gentry being the only outfielder the A’s have acquired to take their place. So it certainly seems like there could be room for one more big OF/DH bat to be added to the A’s lineup to help boost the team’s offensive output, possibly as the result of an Anderson deal.

It’s also been reported that the A’s have been inquiring about middle infielders and catchers in trade talks for Anderson. So the team could be looking for a second baseman to take the place of Eric Sogard, or a shortstop who would then enable Jed Lowrie to make the move to second, or possibly a catcher who would allow John Jaso to take over for Seth Smith in the designated hitter role.

The A’s major league roster currently shapes up with Jaso and Norris as the catching platoon, Donaldson, Lowrie, Sogard, Punto, Moss and Freiman serving around the infield, and Cespedes, Crisp, Reddick and Gentry making up the outfield. Since the team typically likes to carry thirteen position players, that leaves one last roster spot open. At this point, it would most likely be filled by Callaspo. But if he ends up being traded, then it would be Barton, unless, of course, the A’s acquire another big bat who would end up pushing Barton back to Sacramento.

With all the current question marks, one thing seems certain – Beane and company aren’t done dealing just yet, and the A’s roster is far from set. There are surely more changes to come. But for the time being, here’s how things are shaping up for the 2014 A’s and River Cats, assuming everyone who’s out of options can clear waivers.

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A’s Instructional League Roster

Billy McKinney

Billy McKinney

A total of 44 players reported to the A’s fall Instructional League camp in Phoenix this week. Many of the A’s top prospects will spend the next month training, conditioning, participating in drills and playing other teams’ Instructional League clubs in Arizona.

The A’s top pick from this year’s draft – outfielder Bill McKinney – along with two of the A’s top three picks from the 2012 draft – shortstop Daniel Robertson and first baseman Matt Olson – will all be participating. Meanwhile, the A’s top pick from 2012 – shortstop Addison Russell – will begin his off-season work in the prospect-laden Arizona Fall League later next month.

Below you’ll find the A’s complete fall Instructional League roster along with the team each player finished the 2013 season with listed next to their name…


A’s Instructional League Roster


Dylan Covey

Dylan Covey

Jeremy Barfield  (Sac)

Sam Bragg  (Bel)

Dylan Covey  (Bel)

Dustin Driver  (AZL)

Kyle Finnegan  (Bel)

Kris Hall  (Bel)

Ronald Herrera  (Ver)

Austin House  (Bel)

Chris Kohler  (AZL)

Joe Michaud  (Ver)

Junior Mendez  (Ver)

Michael Ynoa

Michael Ynoa

Carlos Navas  (AZL)

Nolan Sanburn  (Bel)

Lee Sosa  (Ver)

Lou Trivino  (Ver)

Dominique Vattuone  (Ver)

Tyler Vail  (Bel)

Victor Veliz  (DSL)

Bobby Wahl  (Ver)

Michael Ynoa  (Sto)

Jesus Zambrano  (DSL)


Bruce Maxwell

Bruce Maxwell


Iolana Akau  (AZL)

Bruce Maxwell  (Sto)

Josh Miller  (Ver)

Andy Paz  (AZL)

Kyle Wheeler  (AZL)



Chris Bostick  (Bel)

Daniel Robertson

Daniel Robertson

Edwin Diaz  (AZL)

Ryon Healy  (Ver)

Ryan Huck  (Ver)

Jesus Lopez  (DNP)

Yairo Munoz  (AZL)

Renato Nunez  (Bel)

Matt Olson  (Bel)

Chad Pinder  (Ver)

Daniel Robertson  (Bel)


B.J. Boyd

B.J. Boyd


B.J. Boyd  (Ver)

Jaycob Brugman  (Ver)

Shawn Duinkerk  (AZL)

Justin Higley  (AZL)

Tyler Marincov  (Ver)

Billy McKinney  (Ver)

D’Arby Myers  (Mid)

Aaron Shipman  (Bel)


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Sunday, August 25th: Robertson’s 2 HRs Lead Snappers to Victory while Cats, Hounds & Ports All Win as Well

A’s Farmhand Of The Day

Beloit Snappers Shortstop Daniel Robertson (2 Home Runs)

 Beloit Snappers Shortstop Daniel  Robertson (2 Home Runs)



Sacramento River Cats  12

Colorado Springs Sky Sox   4

WP – Hernandez 1-2 / 6.00



Farmhand Of The Game:

Outfielder Michael Taylor

(3 for 4 / 2 RBIs)


LHP Carlos Hernandez earned his 1st win in his 3rd start for Sacramento, allowing 4 runs, just 2 earned, over 6 innings of work on Sunday. Outfielder Michael Taylor collected 3 hits and drove in 2 runs, while designated hitter Michael Choice and first baseman Anthony Aliotti each had 2 hits and drove in a pair of runs for the River Cats. Third baseman Daric Barton left the game in the 3rd inning, presumably just in case Josh Reddick’s sprained wrist lands him on the disabled list and Barton needs to be called upon by the A’s.

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Friday, August 23rd: Taylor Helps Cats Split a Pair while All Others Go Down to Defeat on Friday

A’s Farmhand Of The Day

Sacramento River Cats Designated Hitter Michael Taylor (Home Run / 3 RBIs)

 Sacramento River Cats DH    Michael Taylor (HR / 3 RBIs)




Sacramento River Cats   4

Colorado Springs Sky Sox  5

LP – Figueroa 3-4 / 4.21



Farmhand Of The Game:

Second Baseman Hiro Nakajima

(Double / RBI)


RHP Arnold Leon had a shaky start for Sacramento, allowing 3 runs on 8 hits over 5 1/3 innings, but LHP Pedro Figueroa took the loss after allowing 2 runs in 1 1/3 innings of relief. Second baseman Hiro Nakajima had 2 hits, including a double, and a walk and drove in a run, while outfielder Michael Taylor singled, doubled and scored a run in the first game of Friday’s doubleheader.




Sacramento River Cats   4

Colorado Springs Sky Sox  1

WP – Newby 2-1 / 3.33

HR – Taylor (17)



Farmhand Of The Game:

Designated Hitter Michael Taylor

(Home Run / 3 RBIs)


With the game tied and 2 men on and 2 outs in the top of the 8th inning, designated hitter Michael Taylor hit a 3-run homer to help give the River Cats the win in the second game of Friday’s doubleheader. RHP Fernando Nieve, making his first start for Sacramento, had an impressive outing, giving up no hits or walks but allowing 1 unearned run over 4 innings of work. RHP Kyler Newby struck out 2 in 1 scoreless inning of relief to pick up the win, while RHP Brian Gordon got the final 3 outs for his 20th save.

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Monday, August 19th: Olson’s Big Bat Leads Beloit to Victory while Vermont Wins and Sacramento Falls

A’s Farmhand Of The Day

Beloit Snappers First Baseman Matt Olson (Home Run / 2 Doubles / 3 RBIs)

Beloit Snappers First Baseman Matt Olson (Home Run / 2 Doubles / 3 RBIs)



Tucson Padres                13

Sacramento River Cats  3

LP – Hernandez 0-2 / 8.00

HR – Ortiz (2)



Farmhand Of The Game:

Catcher Ryan Ortiz

(3 for 4 / Home Run)


After looking solid in his first start for Sacramento, LHP Carlos Hernandez had a much rougher time of it in his second outing, allowing 8 runs, 6 earned, on 11 hits over just 3 innings to take the loss on Monday. Catcher Ryan Ortiz had 3 hits, including a home run, and scored twice for the River Cats.

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Sunday, August 11th: Snappers Slug their Way to Victory while Cats & Hounds Win and Ports Come up Short on Sunday

A’s Farmhand Of The Day

Beloit Snappers Shortstop Daniel Robertson (2 Home Runs / 4 RBIs)

Beloit Snappers Shortstop Daniel Robertson (2 Home Runs / 4 RBIs)



Sacramento River Cats  4

Omaha Storm Chasers      3

WP – Banwart 8-5 / 4.64



Farmhand Of The Game:

Pitcher Travis Banwart

(6 IP / 8 H / 2 ER / 1 BB / 4 K / Win)


RHP Travis Banwart had a solid start for Sacramento on Sunday, allowing 2 runs and striking out 4 over 6 innings to earn his 8th win, while RHP Brian Gordon got the final 3 outs for his 15th save. First baseman Anthony Aliotti had 3 hits, including a double, and drove in a run for the River Cats.

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Wednesday, August 7th: Vermont Wins Behind Boyd’s Big HR, while Ports Lose despite Robinson’s Slam and Hounds & Snappers Both Fall

A’s Farmhand Of The Day

Vermont Lake Monsters Outfielder B.J. Boyd (3 for 4 / Home Run / Game-Winning RBI)

Vermont Lake Monsters Outfielder B.J. Boyd (3 for 4 / Home Run / Game-Winning RBI)



Midland RockHounds  9

Tulsa Drillers                 14

LP – Vidal 0-3 / 4.70



Farmhand Of The Game:

Second Baseman Dusty Coleman

(Triple / 3 RBIs)


Starter Murphy Smith had a rough outing for the RockHounds, allowing 7 runs, 4 earned, on 8 hits over 3 innings of work on Wednesday, but RHP Pedro Vidal gave up 7 runs, 6 earned, in 3 innings of relief to take the loss. Second baseman Dusty Coleman tripled, singled and drove in 3 runs for the RockHounds.

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A’s 2012 Draft Picks Mid-Season Progress Report

arfPCk2bFI5Last week we offered a progress report on the A’s top 12 picks from the 2013 amateur draft. And it seemed like it might be interesting to take a similar look at the A’s top 12 picks from the 2012 amateur draft. Of course, that draft class featured some of the A’s most high-profile prospects like Addison Russell, Daniel Robertson and Matt Olson.

The A’s chose to be aggressive with shortstop Russell’s development this season and assigned him to Stockton, making the 19-year-old the youngest player in the High-A California League. Last year’s top pick for the A’s struggled over the first couple months of the season, but then he began to turn things around in June, and he ended up posting an impressive .344/.440/.609 slash line in July.

The A’s 7th overall pick last season, outfielder B.J. Boyd, started the year with Vermont of the Class-A short-season New York-Penn League, so he didn’t get going until June – but ever since he got going, there’s been no stopping him, and the outfielder’s currently sporting a .321/.406/.506 slash line after a month and a half of play.

The fastest-riser of last year’s draft class has been the A’s 8th overall pick, first baseman Max Muncy, who started the season with Russell at Stockton but made it all the way up to Double-A Midland just a little over a year after first being drafted by Oakland. And Muncy currently tops all A’s minor leaguers in home runs with 21 and RBIs with 83.

A couple of the top pitching picks from last year’s draft, right-handers Seth Streich and Dakota Bacus, have proven to be the two most reliable members of the Beloit Snappers starting rotation this season. Unfortunately, fellow right-hander Cody Kurz, last year’s 10th pick, has spent the season rehabbing from knee surgery and has yet to make an appearance on the mound.

You’ll find the A’s top 12 draft picks from the 2012 draft along with their current statistics through August 5 below. The teams they’ve played for so far this season are noted, with the team they’ve appeared in the most games with listed first and their current team in bold. So let’s take a look at the top picks of the A’s 2012 farm crop…


arDSC02744d#1 – 1st Round

Addison Russell

Age: 19 / Shortstop


12 HR / 39 BB / 97 K / .271 AVG / .350 OBP / .507 SLG / .857 OPS


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Daniel Robertson

Age: 19 / Shortstop


4 HR / 32 BB / 64 K / .264 AVG / .342 OBP / .365 SLG / .707 OPS


mo15095_4110106706138_1463379083_n4#3 – 1st Round

Matt Olson

Age: 19 / First Baseman


15 HR / 62 BB / 110 K / .223 AVG / .331 OBP / .407 SLG / .738 OPS


bmBruce Maxwell#4 – 2nd Round

Bruce Maxwell

Age: 22 / Catcher

Beloit + Stockton

4 HR / 36 BB / 52 K / .271 AVG / .347 OBP / .373 SLG / .720 OPS


nsresized_99261-5csanburn3colbw_47-15782_t728#5 – 2nd Round

Nolan Sanburn

Age: 22 / Right-Handed Pitcher

Beloit + AZL A’s

16 IP / 11 H / 4 ER / 8 BB / 14 K / 2.25 ERA / 1.19 WHIP


kt11CALUDG19#6 – 3rd Round

Kyle Twomey

Age: 19 / Left-Handed Pitcher




bb2011-10-14.boyd#7 – 4th Round

B.J. Boyd

Age: 20 / Outfielder


5 HR / 20 BB / 37 K / .321 AVG / .406 OBP / .506 SLG / .912 OPS


mm165457_10151385210931662_1498946120_n5#8 – 5th Round

Max Muncy

Age: 22 / First Baseman

Stockton + Midland

21 HR / 73 BB / 85 K / .273 AVG / .381 OBP / .462 SLG / .843 OPS


ssStreich_480_copy_hjr49a6f_3nfc3gb7b#9 – 6th Round

Seth Streich

Age: 22 / Right-Handed Pitcher


110 2/3 IP / 114 H / 47 ER / 41 BB / 82 K / 3.82 ERA / 1.40 WHIP


ck348641_t607#10 – 7th Round

Cody Kurz

Age: 20 / Right-Handed Pitcher

Disabled List

Has Not Played


khKris Hall#11 – 8th Round

Kris Hall

Age: 22 / Right-Handed Pitcher


40 IP / 45 H / 26 ER / 25 BB / 39 K / 5.85 ERA / 1.75 WHIP


dbGDANVEKZHIQAYID.20120227195554#12 – 9th Round

Dakota Bacus

Age 22 / Right-Handed Pitcher


103 2/3 IP / 113 H / 44 ER / 32 BB / 74 K / 3.82 ERA / 1.40 WHIP



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