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 Post subject: Minor League Thread: 4/22/12
PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2012 12:22 pm 
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Jordany Valdespin CF .274
Bobby Scales 2B .380
Josh Satin 1B .222
Val Pascucci RF .283
Zach Lutz 3B .321
Vinny Rottino LF .288
Rob Johnson C .222
Omar Quintanilla SS .214

Jeurys Familia P 6.28


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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 4/22/12
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Binghamton today:

Matt Den Dekker CF .258
Oswaldo Navarro 3B .231
Josh Rodriguez SS .318
Jefry Marte DH .405
Juan Lagares RF .235
Juan Centeno C .286
Joe Bonfe 1B .000
Pedro Zapata LF .190
Rylan Sandoval 2B .200

Collin McHugh P 2.16


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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 4/22/12
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St. Lucie today:

Darrell Ceciliani CF .364
Daniel Muno DH .296
Cory Vaughn LF .302
Wilmer Flores 3B .326
Cesar Puello RF .222
Richard Lucas 1B .238
Francisco Pena C .179
Robbie Shields 2B .229
Wilfredo Tovar SS .326

Cory Mazzoni P 1.13


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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 4/22/12
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Savannah today:

Brandon Brown 2B .250
T.J. Rivera SS .387
Dustin Lawley LF .262
Aderlin Rodriguez 3B .200
Brian Harrison 1B .220
Travis Taijeron DH .268
Gregory Pron RF .137
Albert Cordero C .121
Tillman Pugh CF .074

Michael Fulmer P 4.00


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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 4/22/12
PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2012 1:03 pm 
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Finally gave in and grabbed milb.tv today.

Familia has only been 89-91 on the TV gun, but a) it looks FREEZING in Syracuse and b) Maya is only 86-87, so I bet the gun is a bit slow.


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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 4/22/12
PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2012 1:43 pm 
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Fulmer is starting today for Savannah. Someone from Amazin' Avenue saw one of his last starts and wrote this report on him:

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Fastball: Fulmer's fastball sat in the low 90's for most of the game, touching 94 on occasion. Even towards the end of his outing, he was still consistently throwing the ball 90-91. I think Fulmer would tell you that he didn't have his best fastball with him Monday night, especially in the third inning when it seemed to briefly flatten out. This was not like most Sally League youngsters who can't command their pitchers regularly, this was more like a guy who just didn't have the command he wanted and was use to. He battled and probably threw about 20 to 25 more pitches than he wanted to, trying to gut it out with not his best stuff. I'll let the film do the talking for the type of movement Fulmer was generating. It was great to see him get into the kitchen of right handed hitters and frustrate them.

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I really enjoyed watching Fulmer pitch. He has a good idea already on what will make him successful. He pitched to the corners and tried to change eye levels. There are 23 year olds in Double A that are being held back because they don't realize how important changing eye level if hitters is and this guy here in the Sally is already exhibiting that behavior. I think that he'll someday slot in as a mid-rotation type. He'll certainly be fun to track over the next few years as he makes his climb up the system.

http://www.amazinavenue.com/2012/4/20/2 ... er-vs-rome

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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 4/22/12
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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 4/22/12
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Familia 5 innings 4 hits 1 run 3 walks 8 k's
Lutz 2-2, HR, walk... he's ON FIRE!

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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 4/22/12
PostPosted: Sun Apr 22, 2012 1:51 pm 
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nmigliore wrote:
Fulmer is starting today for Savannah. Someone from Amazin' Avenue saw one of his last starts and wrote this report on him:

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Fastball: Fulmer's fastball sat in the low 90's for most of the game, touching 94 on occasion. Even towards the end of his outing, he was still consistently throwing the ball 90-91. I think Fulmer would tell you that he didn't have his best fastball with him Monday night, especially in the third inning when it seemed to briefly flatten out. This was not like most Sally League youngsters who can't command their pitchers regularly, this was more like a guy who just didn't have the command he wanted and was use to. He battled and probably threw about 20 to 25 more pitches than he wanted to, trying to gut it out with not his best stuff. I'll let the film do the talking for the type of movement Fulmer was generating. It was great to see him get into the kitchen of right handed hitters and frustrate them.

...

I really enjoyed watching Fulmer pitch. He has a good idea already on what will make him successful. He pitched to the corners and tried to change eye levels. There are 23 year olds in Double A that are being held back because they don't realize how important changing eye level if hitters is and this guy here in the Sally is already exhibiting that behavior. I think that he'll someday slot in as a mid-rotation type. He'll certainly be fun to track over the next few years as he makes his climb up the system.

http://www.amazinavenue.com/2012/4/20/2 ... er-vs-rome

Video also included in the article.


He needs to use his legs more. That much is clear.

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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 4/22/12
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 Post subject: Re: Minor League Thread: 4/22/12
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I actually saw Famila pop 94 a handful of times later on the gun but still sat at the above. Tough to tell whether weather just kept velo's down or gun was down. Either way, he has a Very impressive fastball. Dominated with it at times today.


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