Hometown Heroes: Lugo, Harris get special calls

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Seth Lugo joins Mets; Harris makes All-Star team, LeBlanc beats Gausman, Loup back to Jays, Bregman sizzles in Triple-A 

Former Parkway and Centenary star Seth Lugo has realized his dream, making it to the big leagues, even for a brief time.

The 26-year-old Lugo was recalled from Triple-A Las Vegas of the Pacific Coast League by the New York Mets on June 30. He made his debut against the first-place Chicago Cubs and made his mark, pitching two shutout innings, striking out a pair of Cubs in a 10-2 victory. The New York Times chronicled the inspiring story of Lugo’s journey to the major leagues.

The thrill was short-lived as the Mets optioned Lugo back to Las Vegas on July 2 but with the way he performed in his one outing, New York will be monitoring him closely from now on.

Aaron Loup was recalled by the Toronto Blue Jays from Triple-A Buffalo on July 2. Loup made eight appearances for the Bisons, going 2-0 with a perfect ERA and a save. The ex-Hahnville and Tulane left-hander was pressed into action immediately in Toronto, pitching in two games against Cleveland July 2-3, not allowing a run in either appearance.

Will HarrisFormer Slidell High star Will Harris of LSU got a richly deserved honor when he was selected as a National League All-Star by New York Mets manager Terry Collins for the annual classic to be held on July 12.

“(The team) really respects what Will has done for the team, for himself,” Astros manager AJ Hinch told MLB.com. “If anyone’s earned it, he has.”

Harris assumed the closer role in early June and he is a perfect 9-for-9 as the Astros rebounded from a bad start to the season and have the best record in baseball since the start of June. Harris is 0-1 with an amazing 0.72 ERA. He has fanned 38 batters in 37 2/3 innings, allowing just three runs all season on 27 hits. He has an impressive WHIP of 0.88.

“”I don’t know if it’s sunk in or not,” Harris told MLB.com, “but I know I’m going to go to San Diego, enjoy myself, spend some time with my family and make some memories that can last the rest of my life. Just have a big smile on my face for a few days and try to soak it all in.”

Former Barbe star Wade LeBlanc got his first major league win since 2014 when he was with the Los Angeles Angels when the Seattle Mariners downed the Orioles 5-2 on July 1. LeBlanc beat former LSU star Kevin Gausman, pitching six solid innings, allowing just two runs on three hits, walking just one and striking out five. Gausman pitched well enough to win, allowing three runs in six innings, striking out seven as he fell to 1-6 in a hard luck season.

Johnny Giavotella has a five-game hit streak (8-for-24/.333) for the Los Angeles Angels to raise the ex-Jesuit and UNO star’s average to .276 with 17 doubles, one triple, six home runs and 26 RBI.

Former LSU infielder Aaron Hill has six hits in his last three games (6-for-12/.500). Tuesday night, he went 3-for-4 with an RBI single, a double, and a two-run home run as the Brewers won at Washington 5-2. Hill is now batting .284 with 11 doubles, eight home runs and 29 RBI.

In his bid to remain in the majors, former St. Paul’s and LSU star Ryan Schimpf took a huge step this past week. Schimpf hit in four of five games (6-for-17/.353) and belted his first major league home run July 1 against the Yankees. Tuesday night, he had two hits, including another home run, as the Padres lost at Arizona 7-5.

In the same game, former Southern University star Rickie Weeks Jr. delivered the big blow for the Diamondbacks, belting a three-run home run to deep center.

At Triple-A Las Vegas (New York Mets) of the Pacific Coast League, former Barbe star Gavin Cecchini continues to knock on the door of the big league club. Cecchini has a six-game hit streak (9-for-22/.409) for the 51s to raise his average to .335 with 16 doubles, two triples, four home runs and 36 RBI. He is sixth in the PCL in batting average.

Nick Goody, who has spent significant time with the New York Yankees this season, is trying to pitch his way back to The Big Apple. The ex-LSU closer picked up saves in consecutive appearances this past week for Scranton/Wilkes-Barre of the International League. Goody is 0-0 with a 3.18 ERA with three saves in nine appearances for the RailRiders. He has allowed just eight hits in 11 1/3 innings, striking out 19 while walking just one batter.

One must wonder about how long the Houston Astros will wait to make moves on former Centenary hurler James Hoyt and former LSU shortstop Alex Bregman.

Hoyt continues to dominate at Fresno of the Pacific Coast League. He has 10 saves in his last 10 appearances for the Grizzlies. Hoyt is now 3-3 with a 1.79 ERA, converting 21 of 21 save opportunities. In 40 1/3 innings, Hoyt has allowed just 19 hits while striking out 72 batters.

Bregman has made the shift to Triple-A Fresno seamlessly. He has hit in all six games he has played in for the Grizzlies (11-for-26), batting .423 with three doubles, four home runs and 11 RBI. Bregman celebrated Independence Day by providing fireworks of his own, blasting a pair of home runs as Fresno downed Sacramento 4-1. A virtual certainty as a September call-up, will Houston take the bait and bring Bregman up prior to then?

At Double-A Tulsa (Los Angeles Dodgers) of the Texas League, former Holy Cross and LSU pitcher Joe Broussard has posted five straight scoreless outings out of the bullpen for the Drillers. Broussard is 1-0 with an impressive 1.65 ERA in 12 outings for Tulsa, allowing just 14 hits in 16 1/3 innings, striking out 16 batters.

Former South Terrebonne and Southeastern outfielder Brock Hebert has a five-game hit streak (6-for-17/.353) and he has hit in eight of his last nine games for Jackson (Seattle Mariners) of the Southern League. Hebert has raised his average to .270 with four doubles, one triple and 11 RBI for the Generals.

At Class A Brooklyn (New York Mets) of the New York-Penn League, former Louisiana Tech pitcher Adam Atkins has made three scoreless appearances since turning pro. He has not allowed a hit and has fanned six in those outings for the Cyclones.

Parker Bugg, recently an LSU relief pitcher, picked up his first professional save on June 30 for Batavia (Miami Marlins) of the New York-Penn League. Bugg went one perfect inning, striking out two in a 4-3 victory over West Virginia. He followed that up with another scoreless outing on July 4 against Brooklyn.

Former UL-Lafayette star Eric Carter has started well professionally at State College (St. Louis Cardinals) of the New York-Penn League. Carter is unscored upon in three outings with a pair of saves. In three innings, Carter has allowed two hits and has posted four strikeouts.

Daniel Cucjen signed with the Pittsburgh Pirates a week ago and was assigned to Bristol of the Appalachian League. The Evangel product got his first professional hit, a single, in a 7-6 loss at Pulaski on July 4.

Former LSU infielder Conner Hale has hit in eight of his last nine games (18-for-35/.514) to raise his average to .297 for Clinton (Seattle Mariners) of the Midwest League. In those eight games, Hale had seven multi-hit games. He has 11 doubles, six home runs and 32 RBI for the LumberKings.

Kyle Keller is pitching extremely well for Greensboro (Miami Marlins) of the South Atlantic League. The Jesuit and Southeastern Louisiana product has posted 10 consecutive scoreless outings for the Grasshoppers, covering 18 2/3 innings. In those outings, Keller has allowed just 10 hits and fanned 18. On the season, he is 2-0 with a 1.23 ERA in 12 appearances. He picked up his first save on July 1 in an 8-4 win at Lakewood.

Former Louisiana Tech ace Phil Maton has picked up saves in consecutive appearances and four in his last five outings for Lake Elsinore (San Diego Padres) of the California League. Maton has been very impressive for the Storm with a 1-0 record to go with an 0.73 ERA and four saves in as many appearances. In 12 1/3 innings, Maton has allowed just one earned run on four hits, striking out 13 for a brilliant WHIP of 0.49.

Justin Williams is red hot for Charlotte (Tampa Bay Rays) of the Florida State League. The Terrebonne High alim has a five-game hit streak (9-for-18/.500) and has homered in three of his last four games for the Stone Crabs. Williams is now batting .313 with nine doubles, four home runs and 26 RBI.

Former Catholic High of Baton Rouge and Nicholls State pitcher Grant Borne is pitching well for Hagerstown (Washington Nationals) of the South Atlantic League. In seven games, Borne is 1-0 with a 3.38 ERA with two saves. In 18 2/3 innings, Borne has allowed just 16 hits, striking out 18 for the Suns.

Taylor Henry is dealing for Brooklyn (New York Mets) of the New York-Penn League. In seven games, Henry is 1-0 with a perfect ERA and two saves for the Cyclones. In 10 1/3 innings, the former Airline High and Centenary hurler has allowed just five hits and has recorded seven strikeouts.

Hometown Heroes updates on SportsNOLA.comIn Rookie League action, former Mandeville star Blake Butera is hitting well for Princeton (Tampa Bay Rays) of the Appalachian League. Butera has consecutive two-hit games and is batting .326 with three doubles, one home run and 10 RBI for the Rays.

Former LSU reliever Jesse Stallings got his first professional win on July 2 for Billings (Cincinnati Reds) of the Pioneer League in a 7-6 victory over Great Falls. In three appearances, Stallings has now allowed a run, covering 4 2/3 innings, allowing three hits while striking out five.

Major Leagues

Clay Buchholz—Red Sox (McNeese St.) 18 G, 3-9, 5.91 ERA, 80.2 INN, 53 K’s
Steve Clevenger—Mariners (SLU) .221, 3 doubles, 1 HR, 7 RBI (15-day DL)
Louis Coleman—Dodgers (LSU) 35 G, 1-1, 3.68 ERA, 29.1 INN, 24 H, 29 K’s
Danny Farquhar—Rays (ULL) 11 G, 0-0, 6.75 ERA, 10.2 INN, 10 K’s
Charlie Furbush—Mariners (LSU) 15-day DL
Kevin Gausman—Orioles (LSU) 14 G, 1-6, 3.97 ERA, 81.2 INN, 76 K’s
Johnny Giavotella—Angels (Jesuit, UNO) .276, 17 doubles, 1 triple, 6 HR, 26 RBI, 3 SB
Will Harris—Astros (Slidell, LSU) 33 G, 0-1, 0.80 ERA, 7 SV, 33.2 INN, 23 H, 34 K’s
Aaron Hill—Brewers (LSU) .284, 11 doubles, 8 HR, 29 RBI, 4 SB
Wade LeBlanc—Mariners (Barbe) 2 G, 1-0, 1.50 ERA, 12 INN, 6 H, 8 K’s
DJ LeMahieu—Rockies (LSU) .328, 21 doubles, 5 triples, 5 HR, 31 RBI, 7 SB
Aaron Loup—Blue Jays (Hahnville, Tulane) 9 G, 0-0, 6.75 ERA, 5.1 INN, 4 H, 7 K’s
Jonathan Lucroy—Brewers (ULL) .299, 16 doubles, 3 triples, 10 HR, 39 RBI, 3 SB
Mikie Mahtook—Rays (St. Thomas More, LSU) .154, 2 doubles, 3 RBI (15-day DL)
Wade Miley—Mariners (Loranger,SLU) 15 G, 6-5, 5.36 ERA, 87.1 IN, 61 K’s
Logan Morrison—Rays (Northshore) .237, 9 doubles, 10 HR, 31 RBI, 4 SB
Aaron Nola—Phillies (Catholic, LSU) 17 G, 5-8, 4.69 ERA, 96 INN, 106 K’s
Jonathan Papelbon—Nationals (Baton Rouge) 26 G, 1-2, 3.16 ERA, 16 SV, 25.2 INN, H, 19 K’s
Jace Peterson—Braves (Hamilton Christian, McNeese State) .281, 7 doubles, 3 HR, 14 RBI
Alex Presley—Brewers (Monroe) .198, 2 doubles, 3 HR, 11 RBI (Designated for assignment)
Ryan Schimpf—Padres (St. Paul’s, LSU) .196 (9-for-46), 5 doubles, 2 HR, 4 RBI
Jason Vargas—Royals (LSU) 60-day DL
Taijuan Walker—Mariners (Shreveport) 16 G, 4-7, 3.66 ERA, 86 INN, 80 H, 80 K’s
Rickie Weeks Jr.—Diamondbacks (Southern) .243, 7 doubles, 5 HR, 13 RBI

Class AAA

Alex Bregman—Fresno (LSU) 6 G, .423 (11-for-26), 3 doubles, 4 HR, 11 RBI
Reid Brignac—Gwinnett (St. Amant) .257, 7 doubles, 3 HR, 24 RBI, 4 SB
Joey Butler—Columbus (UNO) .231, 10 doubles, 1 triple, 7 HR, 35 RBI, 2 SB
Garin Cecchini—Colorado Springs (Barbe) .266, 9 doubles, 3 triples, 3 HR, 26 RBI, 7 SB
Gavin Cecchini—Las Vegas (Barbe) .335, 16 doubles, 2 triples, 4 HR, 36 RBI, 3 SB
J.T. Chargois—Rochester (Sulphur) 19 G, 2-0, 1.59 ERA, 5 SV, 22.2 INN, 18 H, 30 K’s
Chris Cotton—Fresno (Byrd, LSU) 6 G, 0-0, 6.55 ERA, 11 INN (On rehab assignment at Tri-City)
Jose De Leon—Oklahoma City (Southern) 6 G, 0-0, 3.09, 23.1 INN, 17 H, 35 K’s
Nick Goody—Yankees (LSU) 9 G, 0-0, 3.18 ERA, 3 SV, 11.1 INN, 8 H, 19 K’s
Brandon Gomes—Iowa (Tulane) 19 G, 1-2, 3.97, 1 SV, 22.2 INN, 14 H, 20 K’s (Released)
Cody Hall—New Orleans (Southern) 4 G, 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 3.1 INN, 2 H, 4 K’s (7-day DL)
TJ House—Columbus (Slidell) 19 G, 4-3, 4.45 ERA, 60.2 INN, 42 K’s
James Hoyt—Fresno (Centenary) 36 G, 3-3, 1.79 ERA, 21 SV, 40.1 INN, 19 H, 72 K’s
Jacoby Jones—Toledo (LSU) .196, 4 doubles, 2 triples, 2 HR, 8 RBI, 6 SB
Seth Lugo—Las Vegas (Parkway, Centenary) 19 G, 3-4, 6.55 ERA, 68.2 INN, 55 K’s
Jim Miller—Colorado Springs (ULM) 11 G, 1-0, 7.41 ERA, 17 INN, 19 K’s (Released)
Austin Nola—New Orleans (Catholic, LSU) .244, 11 doubles, 1 triple, 4 HR, 23 RBI
Austin Ross—Colorado Springs (Captain Shreve, LSU) 31 G, 4-2, 4.34 ERA, 45.2 INN, 38 H, 48 K’s
Anthony Ranaudo—Charlotte (LSU) 10 G, 4-2, 2.91 ERA, 58.2 INN, 54 H, 39 K’s
Nick Rumbelow—Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (LSU) 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 1 IP, 2 H (7-day DL)
Rob Segedin—Oklahoma City (Tulane) .299, 16 doubles, 8 triples, 13 HR, 47 RBI

Class AA

Caleb Adams—Arkansas (ULL) .198, 2 doubles, 2 HR, 12 RBI, 5 SB
Jeremy Bleich—Reading (Newman) 28 G, 4-2, 4.35 ERA, 1 SV, 39.1 INN, 23 K’s
Wil Browning—New Hampshire (ULM) 29 G, 2-2, 2.63 ERA, 9 SV, 27.1 INN, 26 H, 29 K’s
Joe Broussard—Tulsa (Holy Cross, LSU) 12 G, 1-0, 1.65 ERA, 16.1 INN, 14 H, 16 K’s
Preston Claiborne—Richmond (LSU) 11 G, 0-0, 4.70 ERA, 15.1 INN, 11 H, 14 K’s
James Dykstra—Birmingham (LSU) 16 G, 2-4, 5.35 ERA, 37 INN, 26 K’s
Ryan Eades—Chattanooga (Northshore, LSU) 14 G, 5-4, 4.62 ERA, 74 INN, 72 H, 49 K’s
Brock Hebert—Jackson (South Terrebonne, SLU) .270, 4 doubles, 1 triple, 11 RBI, 1 SB
Chaz Hebert—Trenton (Breaux Bridge) 60-day DL
Tyler Jones—Trenton (LSU) 15 G, 4-2, 4.50 ERA, 4 SV, 20 INN, 26 K’s
Mason Katz—Palm Beach (Jesuit, LSU) 13 G, .368 , 2 doubles, 3 HR, 7 RBI (7-day DL)
Leon Landry—Jackson (Baker, LSU) .261, 11 doubles, 4 triples, 4 HR, 38 RBI, 3 SB
Ryan Leonards—Birmingham (Notre Dame, ULL) 3 G, .100 (1-for-10)
Tyler Mapes—Harrisburg (Tulane) 16 G, 7-6, 3.49 ERA, 98 INN, 93 H, 50 K’s
Mason Melotakis—Chattanooga (Northwestern State) 23 G, 1-1, 2.45 ERA, 22 INN, 21 K’s
Jared Mitchell—Trenton (Westgate, LSU) .250, 3 doubles, 1 triple, 1 HR, 7 RBI, 5 SB (Released)
Jared Mortensen—Montgomery (LSU-S) 23 G, 4-7, 5.36 ERA, 48.2 INN, 31 H, 65 K’s
Andrew Stevenson—Harrisburg (St. Thomas More, LSU) 8 G, .200 (7-for-35), 2 RBI, 1 SB
Stuart Turner—Chattanooga (Eunice, LSU-E) .229, 11 doubles, 3 HR, 17 RBI, 4 SB
Boone Whiting—Harrisburg (Centenary) 1 G, 0-0, 4.26 ERA, 6.1 INN, 5 H, 6 K’s
Josh Zeid—Binghamton (Tulane) 5 G, 2-2, 4.50 ERA, 30 INN, 25 H, 22 K’s

Class A

Stephen Alemais—West Virginia (Tulane) 5 G, .222 (4-for-18), 3 RBI
Adam Atkins—Brooklyn (LA. Tech) 3 G, 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 3 INN, 6 K’s
Grant Borne—Hagerstown (Catholic-BR, Nicholls St.) 7 G, 1-0, 3.38 ERA, 2 SV, 18.2 INN, 16 H, 18 K’s
Tyler Bray—Peoria (ULM) 23 G, 2-2, 4.18 ERA, 4 SV, 32.1 INN, 31 K’s
Parker Bugg
—Batavia (LSU) 4 G, 0-0, 7.50 ERA, 1 SV, 6 INN, 4 H, 6 K’s
David Burkhalter—Wisconsin (Ruston) 12 G, 3-4, 3.56 ERA, 1 SV, 55.2 INN, 53 H, 46 K’s (7-day DL)
Eric Carter—State College (ULL) 3 G, 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 2 SV,31 INN, 2 H, 4 K
Kyle Cedotal—Boise (Denham Springs, SLU) 5 G, 0-0, 8.22 ERA, 7.2 INN, 4 K’s
Chris Chinea—Peoria (LSU) .306, 14 doubles, 3 HR, 31 RBI, 1 SB
Chase Compton—Salem-Keizer (Northshore, ULL) 10 G, .150 (6-for-40), 3 doubles, 9 RBI
Jace Conrad—Charlotte (Lafayette, ULL) .245, 9 doubles, 3 triples, 1 HR, 24 RBI, 15 SB
Chris Cotton—Tri-City (Byrd, LSU) 4 G, 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 4.2 INN, 2 H, 6 K’s (On rehab assignment)
Andro Cutura—Cedar Rapids (Pearl River, SLU) 6 G, 3-1, 5.14 ERA, 28 INN, 25 H, 28 K’s (7-day DL)
Ryan Deemes—Lancaster (Holy Cross, Nicholls St.) 16 G, 3-1, 6.04 ERA, 3 SV, 25.1 INN, 18 K’s
Arby Fields—Bakersfield (LSU) .227, 5 doubles, 2 triples, 1 HR, 17 RBI, 5 SB
Kaleb Fontenot—Spokane (Sacred Heart VP, McNeese St.) 4 G, 0-0, 1.74 ERA, 10.1 INN, 4 H, 11 K’s
Jared Foster—Burlington (Barbe, LSU) .255, 17 doubles, 2 triples, 4 HR, 27 RBI, 3 SB
Jake Fraley—Hudson Valley (LSU) 7 G, .136 (3-for-22), 2 RBI, 7 SB
Nate Fury—Inland Empire (Rummel, Delgado, LSU) 21 G, 0-2, 3.03 ERA, 32.2 INN, 23 H, 35 K’s
Ryan Gebhardt—Carolina (Ouachita Parish, LA Tech) .293, 6 doubles, 1 triple, 1 HR, 14 RBI (7-day DL)
Trent Giambrone—Eugene (Grace King) 5 G, .200 (4-for-20), 1 double, 1 HR, 2 RBI
Ian Gibaut—Charlotte (Tulane) 14 G, 1-0, 1.48 ERA, 1 SV, 24.1 INN, 23 H, 23 K’s
Taylor Guilbeau—Hagerstown (Zachary) 17 G, 0-1, 4.84 ERA, 1 SV, 48.1 INN, 52 K’s
Andrew Guillotte—Dunedin (Sam Houston, McNeese St.) 4 G, .071, (1-for-14), 1 double
Conner Hale—Clinton (LSU) .297, 11 doubles, 6 HR, 32 RBI, 2 SB
Seth Harrison—Augusta (ULL) .253, 13 doubles, 3 triples, 3 HR, 25 RBI, 8 SB
Nick Hartman—Vancouver (LSU-Eunice) 3 G, 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 3 INN, 2 H
Taylor Henry—Brooklyn (Airline, Centenary) 7 G, 1-0, 0.00 ERA, 2 SV, 10.1 INN, 5 H, 7 K’s
Stuart Holmes—Vancouver (Nicholls State) 6 G, 0-1, 17.36 ERA, 4.2 INN, 2 K’s
Chris Ibarra—Cedar Rapids (LSU) 14 G, .104 (5-for-48), 6 walks
Jake Johnson—Billings (SLU) 4 G, 0-0, 9.00 ERA, 5 INN, 6 K’s
Lance Jones—Vancouver (Benton, Bossier CC, Southern) .209, 1 double, 1 triple, 6 RBI, 4 SB
Kyle Keller—Greensboro (Jesuit, SLU) 12 G, 2-0, 1.23 ERA, 1 SV, 22 INN, 14 H, 22 K’s
Breck Kline—Greensboro (Northshore) Voluntary retired list
Randy LeBlanc—Fort Myers (Covington, Tulane) 5 G, 2-2, 4.33 ERA, 27 INN
Josh Magee—Tri-City (Franklinton) .193, 1 double, 1 triple, 4 RBI
Phil Maton—Lake Elsinore (Louisiana Tech) 9 G, 1-0, 0.73 ERA, 4 SV, 12.1 INN, 4 H, 13 K’s
Tyler Moore—Columbia (Dunham, LSU) .240, 5 doubles, 1 triple, 1 HR, 11 RBI, 1 SB
Zac Person—Quad Cities (Eunice, LSU-E, LSU) 13 G, 1-1, 1.46 ERA, 24.1 INN, 21 H, 26 K’s (7-day DL)
Tanner Rainey—Dayton (St. Paul’s, SLU) 14 G, 2-7, 5.89 ERA, 62.2 INN, 69 K’s
Austin Robichaux—Burlington (Notre Dame, ULL) 1 G, 0-0, 1.80 ERA, 5 INN, 4 H, 7 K’s
Ty Ross—San Jose (LSU) .227, 10 doubles, 1 HR, 20 RBI
Colin Rodgers—Wilmington (Parkview Baptist) 14 G, 2-5, 5.07 ERA, 55 INN, 53 H, 34 K’s
Jake Rogers—Tri-City (Tulane) 10 G, .222 (8-for-36), 3 doubles, 5 RBI
Tate Scioneaux—Bradenton (Riverside, SLU) 16 G, 2-2, 2.94 ERA, 1 SV, 33.2 INN, 24 H, 36 K’s
Kade Scivicque—Lakeland (LSU) .271, 14 doubles, 1 triple, 2 HR, 30 RBI
Trevor Simms—Hillsboro (Tulane) 4 G, 1-1, 7.27 ERA, 8.2 INN, 8 H, 7 K’s
Riley Smith—Hillsboro (LSU) 5 G, 0-0, 1.50 ERA, 6 INN, 6 H, 6 K’s
Michael Strentz—Inland Empire (Comeaux, ULL) .230, 8 doubles, 5 triples, 3 HR, 20 RBI (7-day DL)
Nick Thurman—Everett (Belle Chasse, ULL) 8 G, .308 (8-for-26), 2 doubles, 2 RBI
Kodie Tidwell—Fort Wayne (West Ouachita, ULM) .251, 15 doubles, 2 triples, 4 HR, 21 RBI, 6 SB
Blake Trahan—Daytona (Kinder, ULL) .246, 10 doubles, 5 triples, 3 HR, 28 RBI, 13 SB
Stryker Trahan—Visalia (Acadiana) .198, 5 doubles, 2 HR, 13 RBI
Bryton Trepagnier—Carolina (East St. John) 2 G, 0-0, 9.00 ERA, 2 INN, 1 H, 2 K’s (Released)
Chase Vallot—Lexington (St. Thomas More) .287, 11 doubles, 8 HR, 28 RBI (7-day DL)
Jacob Waguespack—Lakewood (Dutchtown) 27 G, 4-1, 4.27 ERA, 4 SV, 46.1 INN, 50 H, 39 K’s
Justin Williams—Charlotte (Terrebonne) .313, 9 doubles, 4 HR, 26 RBI
Ivan Wilson—Columbia (Ruston) .197, 15 doubles, 6 HR, 22 RBI, 5 SB (Voluntary Retired List)
Jake Winston—Hillsboro (Vidalia) 7 G, 1-0, 4.50 ERA, 8 INN, 9 K’s

Rookie League

Reagan Bazar—AZL Giants (ULL) 4 G, 0-0, 4.50 ERA, 4 INN, 6 K’s
Brayden Bouchey—GCL Blue Jays (ULM) 3 G, 1-0, 6.23 ERA, 4.1 INN, 4 H, 4 K’s
Braden Bristo—Pulaski (Ouachita Christian, LA Tech) 3 G, 0-1, 19.29 ERA, 2.1 INN, 2 K
Ben Braymer—GCL Nationals (Catholic, LSU-E) 2 G, 0-0, 3.00 ERA, 3 INN, 1 H, 2 K’s
Earl Burl—Bluefield (New Orleans) 10 G, .152 (5-for-33), 2 doubles, 1 HR, 4 RBI
Blake Butera—Princeton (Mandeville) 12 G, .326 (14-for-46), 3 doubles, 1 HR, 10 RBI
Ryan Calloway
—GCL Cardinals (UNO) 3 G, .3.00 (3-for-10), 1 R Domenick Carlini—Elizabethtown (SLU) 2 G, 1-1, 0.75 ERA, 12 INN, 6 H
Pat Cashman—AZL White Sox (SLU) 2 G, 0-1, 27.00 ERA, 1 INN
Daniel Cucjen—Bristol (Evangel) 3 G, .111 (1-for-9), 1 R, 1 SB
Phillip Diehl—Pulaski (LA Tech)3 G, 1-0, 5.06 ERA, 5.1 INN, 5 H, 4 K’s
Jameson Fisher—Great Falls (Zachary, SLU) 17 G, .333, 3 doubles, 3 HR, 9 RBI, 7 SB
Nick Flair—Orem (Belle Chasse) 10 G, .189 (7-for-37), 3 HR, 7 RBI
Daniel Garner—GCL Phillies (Northwestern St.) 3 G, .500 (2-for-4)
Emerson Gibbs—AZL Brewers (Jesuit, Tulane) 3 G, 0-0, 1.29 ERA, 7 INN, 5 H, 4 K’s
Preston Guillory—GCL Marlins (Live Oak) Has not pitched yet
Chandler Hall—GCL Phillies (LA Tech) 2 G, .333 (1-for-3), 1 R
Nick Heath—Idaho (Northwestern St.) .283, 4 doubles, 2 triples, 2 HR, 9 RBI
Kolton Kendrick—GCL Twins (Oak Forest) 4 G, .125 (2-for-16), 1 HR, 1 RBI
Daniel Martinez—GCL Twins (Newman, UNO) 3 G, 0-0, 10.80 ERA, 3.1 INN, 3 K’s
Alex Massey—Burlington (Catholic, Tulane) 3 G, 0-1, 4.15 ERA, 4.1 INN, 3 H, 5 K’s
Adam Oller—Bristol (Northwestern St.) 2 G, 0-0, 14.54 ERA, 4.1 INN, 5 K’s
Santos Saldivar—Helena (Southern) 5 G, 0-0, 7.71 ERA, 4.2 INN, 4 K’s
Jesse Stallings—Billings (Grant, LSU) 3 G, 1-0, 0.00 ERA, 4.2 INN, 3 H, 5 K’s
Christian Trent—Helena (St. Paul’s) Has not pitched yet
Stefan Trosclair—GCL Cardinals (Sulphur, LSU-E, ULL) 8 G, .259 (7-for-27), 2 doubles, 1 HR, 7 RBI
Kevin Williams—GCL Rays (LSU-Shreveport) 2 G, 0-0, 3.38 ERA, 2.2 INN, 2 H, 2 K’s

Japan

Brian Bogusevic—Orix Buffaloes (Tulane) .204, 8 doubles, 1 HR, 14 RBI, 1 SB
Matt Clark—Orix Buffaloes (LSU) 10 G, .154 (3-for-26), 1 double, 2 HR, 4 RBI

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Ken Trahan

CAO/Executive Producer

Born and raised in the New Orleans area, Ken Trahan has been a sports media fixture in the community for nearly four decades. Having accumulated national awards/recognition (National Football Foundation, College Hall of Fame, Professional Bowlers Tour) and many state and local awards for his work in the field, Ken currently serves as Sports Director of WGSO, 990 AM and hosts award-winning shows, including Ken Trahan’s Original Prep Football Report and The Three Tailgaters Show with Ed Daniels and Rick Gaille. In 1988, Ken was chosen by the Professional Bowlers Association to receive its annual radio broadcasters national award for…

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