The good story that is the comeback of Baton Rouge native Andy Pettitte has hit a significant roadblock.
Pettitte will miss up to six weeks after suffering a fractured bone near his left ankle after being struck by a line drive off the bat of Cleveland's Casey Kotchman in a game June 26. Pettitte is 3-3 with a 3.22 ERA for the Yankees. He will be missed.
The whirlwind year of Brandon Gomes continues. The former Tulane star has been up-and-down between Tampa Bay and Durham six times this year. In one week, he went from being a Ray to being a Bull to returning to the Rays after an injury at the big league level.
We have documented how Gomes has dominated in Triple-A at Durham, going 4-1 with a 1.14 ERA with six saves and 34 strikeouts in 23 2/3 innings. Once he returned to the Rays from the Bulls, Gomes had an up-and-down week.
Gomes picked up the win at Philadelphia on June 24, going 2 2/3 innings, allowing no runs on one hit but got hammered on May 26 in a loss at Kansas City, allowing four hits and four earned runs with two walks in just 1/3 of an inning.
With the Rays, Gomes is 2-2 with a 6.94 ERA. In 11 2/3 innings, he has 11 strikeouts but has walked 11. Needless to say, Gomes must make a more consistent impression to merit remaining with Tampa Bay when their injured pitchers get healthy.
Danny Farquhar had an interesting month. The former ULL star was released by the Blue Jays on June 9. He was then claimed off waivers by Oakland. On June 24, the A's designated Farquhar for assignment. On June 26, the New York Yankees claimed Farquhar off waivers from Oakland and optioned him to Double-A Trenton.
Farquhar had an 0-1 record with a good 2.97 ERA and one save in 20 appearances for Double-A New Hampshire and pitched eight innings for Oakland's Triple-A team, going 1-3 with a 4.46 ERA for Sacramento. The 25-year-old Farquhar made his major league debut for Toronto last September.
Former LSU star D.J. Lemahieu was optioned by the Colorado Rockies back to Triple-A Colorado Springs, where he started the season. LeMahieu had slumped with the Rockies, with his average falling to .205 with one double and two RBI in 39 at-bats (19 games). He was just 1-of-16 (.062) in his last nine games with the Rockies. At Colorado Springs, the 23-year-old LeMahieu is batting .314 with 10 doubles, two triples a home run, 26 RBI and 11 stolen bases. If he continues to produce at Triple-A, he will get another shot.
Former Loranger and SLU star Wade Miley continues his march toward making the National League All-Star team. Miley improved to 9-3 with a sterling 2.19 ERA in 12 starts (15 overall appearances) with a 5-1 victory over the Chicago Cubs on June 24. Miley allowed just 4 base runners in 8 innings, allowing just 3 hits and 1 runIn 90 1/3 innings, Miley has yielded just 73 hits with 64 strikeouts and just 18 walks.
Speaking of deserving National League All-Stars and the Diamondbacks, former LSU star Aaron Hill of the Arizona should be in Kansas City for the July Classic as well. Hill now has a 7-game hitting streak (14-of-30/.467) to raise his average to .294 with 10 home runs, 15 doubles, four triples and 35 RBI. He has 4 home runs and 11 RBI in his last 10 games and has 5 multi hit games in his last 7 games played.
Former LSU lefty Charlie Furbush continues to pitch well for Seattle. Furbush picked up his fourth win of the season in relief as the Mariners edged Oakland 3-2 on June 26 as Furbush moved to 4-1. He pitched one shutout inning with one strikeout to lower his ERA to an impressive 1.95 in 28 relief appearances. Furbush has allowed just 13 hits in 32 1/3 innings with just 7 walks and 42 strikeouts. I wonder if the Tigers wish they had kept him?
Another former LSU star, Mike Fontenot of Salmen High, is going good for the Phillies. Fontenot is 8-for-22 (.363) over his last 10 games to raise his average to .344 in 30 games (61 at-bats) for Philadelphia.
Former McNeese State star Clay Buchholz was placed on the 15-day disabled list by Boston on June 24 with esophagitis. Translation—he has erosion in his esophagus that caused eternal bleeding. Buchholz is expected to make a full recovery. Buchholz is 8-2 with a 5.53 ERA in 14 starts for Boston.
The up-and-down season continues for former LSU star Louis Coleman. He was optioned back to Triple-A Omaha by Kansas City on June 20. With the Royals, Coleman is 0-0 with a 4.91 ERA in 17 appearances. At Omaha, Coleman is 0-2 with a 4.40 ERA in nine appearances with two saves. His two appearances for the Storm Chasers since being optioned down have been bad ones. Perhaps his confidence has been shaken a bit but we will never sell Coleman short.
At Triple-A, former ULL star Chad Beck continues to shine for Las Vegas (Toronto Blue Jays). Beck has lowered his ERA to 0.99 in 26 relief appearances with 9 saves. He has allowed just 19 hits in 27 1/3 innings. In an earlier stint this season with Toronto, Beck was 0-0 with a 3.38 ERA in 5 1/3 innings. No doubt that the Blue Jays are keeping an eye on the 27-year-old.
Former Tulane star Mark Hamilton of Memphis (St. Louis Cardinals) had a nice series in his return to New Orleans against the Zephyrs June 23-26. Hamilton went 5-for-17 (.294) with a double, a home run and 4 RBI in the four games played against the Z's.
Speaking of the Zephyrs (Miami Marlins), former Barbe High star Wade LeBlanc picked up his fifth win in a 6-4 win over Memphis on June 26, allowing 2 runs, just 1 earned, over 7 innings. He walked no one and fanned 9 Redbirds.
Former Southern University star Fred Lewis is trying to earn his way back to the major leagues. Lewis has a 4-game hitting streak (8-for-16./.500) for Buffalo (New York Mets) to raise his average to .297 with 14 doubles, 6 triples, 4 home runs, 21 RBI and 11 stolen bases. The 31-year old veteran debuted in the majors in 2006 and played parts of the next 6 years in the bigs with the Giants, Toronto and Cincinnati. He is a .267 career hitter in the majors with 27 home runs and 136 RBI.
In Double-A, Will Haris of Slidell and LSU is raising eyebrows for Tulsa (Colorado Rockies). Harris is 1-1 with a good 2.73 ERA in 27 relief appearances. Hitters are batting just .202 against him and he has allowed just 22 hits in 29 2/3 innings with 40 strikeouts.
Former Riverside and Delgado star Lee Haydel continues to play well for. He has a 3-game hitting streak (6-for-11/.545) for Huntsville (Milwaukee Brewers). Haydel is now hitting .312 for the Stars.
Former LSU star Sean Ochinko is performing consistently well for Double-A New Hampshire (Toronto Blue Jays). Ochinko has a 9-game hit streak (13-for-38/.342) to raise his average to .295 with 4 home runs, 12 doubles and 13 RBI for the Fisher Cats.
In Single-A, former Barbe High star Garin Cecchini is 7th in the South Atlantic League with 19 doubles and ranks 5th in the league with 24 stolen bases for Greenville (Boston Red Sox). Cecchini is batting .296. He was named to the South Atlantic League All-Star game.
Johnny Dishon of LSU earned a promotion from Wisconsin to High A Brevard Country (Milwaukee Brewers). In 2 games since the promotion, Dishon is 2-for-6 with a double.
Former Central High and Southern star Cody Hall is shining for Augusta (San Francisco Giants). Hall is 1-0 with a 1.78 ERA in 23 games with a South Atlantic League-leading 13 saves. He has 36 strikeouts in just 25 1/3 innings for the GreenJackets. Hall has 7 straight scoreless appearances, allowing just 5 hits with 9 strikeouts and 3 straight saves.
Former Baker and LSU star Leon Landry continues to tear it up for Rancho Cucamonga (Los Angeles Dodgers) in the California League. Landry has a 9-game hitting streak (15-of-44/.341). He is now 7th in the league in hitting at .327, 2nd in triples with 7, 5th in slugging percentage at .547 and tied for 8th in On-Base Plus Slugging at .905.
Former Central Lafourche and Delgado star Lucas LeBlanc was promoted from Greenville to High A Salem (Boston Red Sox). LeBlanc was hitting .264 with 3 home runs, 6 doubles and 15 RBI for Salem.
Former St. Thomas More and LSU star Mikie Mahtook is on a tear. Mahtook has three straight multi-hit games and has hit in 8-of-9 games (14-for-37/.378) for Charlotte (Tampa Bay Rays) of the Florida State League. Mahtook is now hitting .290 with 12 doubles, 4 triples, 3 home runs, 27 RBI and 14 stolen bases for the Stone Crabs.
Former Tulane star Rob Segedin is among the Florida State League leaders in many categories for Tampa (New York Yankees). Segedin is 9th in the league in batting at .295, 6th in at-bats with 271, tied for 6th in runs scored with 42, 7th in hits with 80, 6th in doubles with 19 and tied for fourth in total bases with 122.
Former St Paul's High and LSU star Ryan Schimpf is red hot for Dunedin (Toronto Blue Jays), Schimpf has a 5-game hitting streak (9-for-18/.500) with 5 doubles a home run and 7 RBI in those 5 games. He has raised his average to .281 and he now leads the Florida State League in doubles with 23 and he is tied for 6th in the league with 9 home runs. Schimpf is also 5th in the FSL in RBI with 44, tied for 6th in runs scored with 42, 3rd in total bases with 124, 4th in slugging percentage at .498 and 4th in On-Base Plus Slugging at .857.
Former LSU closer Nick Goody is off to a good start at the professional level. After helping lead LSU to an SEC championship this past season, Goody is adapting well at Short-Season Staten Island (New York Yankees). Goody is 0-0 with an 0.00 ERA and a save in 3 appearances with 5 strikeouts in 3 1/3 innings.
The same is true of Goody's new teammate, former New Iberia High and SLU pitcher Stefan Lopez, who is 0-0 with an 0.00 ERA in 3 relief appearances for Staten Island.
Former Nicholls State outfielder Chris Murrill, who was playing for the Independent League Laredo Lemurs of the American Association, signed a minor league deal with the Tampa Bay Rays and he was assigned to Charlotte of the Florida State League.
In Rookie League play, former McNeese State pitcher Zach Butler is off to a good start for the Princeton Rays (Tampa Bay) in the Appalachian League. Butler is 0-0 with an 0.00 ERA in 3 appearances, striking out 6 and allowing just 1 hit in 3 2/3 innings.
Former Acadiana star Stryker Trahan, a first-round draft choice of Arizona, is off to a great start for the Rookie League AZL Diamondbacks. Trahan is 7-for-14 (.500) with a double, 2 home runs and 5 RBI in 5 games.
Former South Terrebonne and SLU star Brock Hebert is off to a good start for the Rookie League Pulask Mariners (Seattle) of the Appalachian League. Hebert has a pair of 3-hit games in his last 3 games played and is hitting .379 in 7 games played.
D.J. Ponder of Catholic High and Tulane is off to a good start at Evansville of the Independent Frontier League. Ponder is 1-0 with a 1.93 ERA in 3 appearances, with 5 strikeouts in 4 2/3 innings.
Speaking of former Tulane stars, Anthony Scelfo of Jesuit is hitting .310 with 12 doubles, 2 triples, 3 home runs and 18 RBI for the Laredo Lemurs of the Independent American Association League. Scelfo is hot, on a 9-game hitting streak (16-for-36/.444).
Our HOMETOWN HEROES include all players from Louisiana who are in the major leagues and all players from the Greater New Orleans area high schools and from LSU, Tulane, Nicholls State, Southeastern Louisiana , Delgado and other Louisiana colleges. Any Louisiana native or player who played high school or college baseball in Louisiana and is playing for New Orleans Zephyrs has been added as well by popular demand.
SCOTT BAKER--Minnesota Twins (Captain Shreve) **DL—Elbow surgery. Out for yr.
BRIAN BOGUSEVIC—Houston Astros (Tulane) .229, 7-2B, 2-3B, 5 HR, 18 RBI, 7 SB
CLAY BUCCHOLZ--Boston Red Sox (McNeese State) 8-2, 5.53 ERA, 14 starts (D.L.)
STEVE CLEVENGER—Chicago Cubs (SLU) .261, 9 doubles, 11 RBI
MIKE FONTENOT—Philadelphia Phillies (Salmen, LSU) .344, 1-2B, 1 HR, 5 RBI
CHARLIE FURBUSH—Seattle Mariners (LSU) 4-1, 1.95 ERA, 13 hits, 42 K's, 32.1 inn.
CHAD GAUDIN—Miami Marlins (Crescent City) 1-1, 4.89 ERA, 19 games
BRANDON GOMES—Tampa Bay Rays (Tulane) 2-2, 5.87 ERA, 7 games
AARON HILL—Arizona Diamondbacks (LSU) .294, 10 HR, 15-2B, 4-3B, 35 RBI
**D.J. LEMAHIEU—Colorado Rockies (LSU) .205, 1 double, 2 RBI (Optioned to AAA)
JONATHAN LUCROY--Milwaukee Brewers (ULL) .345, 10-2B, 4-3B, 5 HR, 30 RBI (D.L.)
WADE MILEY—Arizona Diamondbacks (Loranger/SLU) 9-3, 2.19 ERA, 90.1 inn., 73 hits
JIM MILLER—Oakland A's (ULM) 2-1, 1.48 ERA, 17 games, 19 hits in 24.1 inn.
LOGAN MORRISON—Miami Marlins (Northshore) .224, 7 HR, 11-2B, 25 RBI
MICAH OWINGS—San Diego Padres (Tulane) 0-2, 2.79 ERA, 6 appearances (D.L.)
JONATHAN PAPELBON—Philadelphia Phillies (B.R.) 2-2, 3.03 ERA, 18 SV., 37 K's, 29.2 inn.
ANDY PETTITE—New York Yankees (Baton Rouge) 3-3, 3.29 ERA, 52 K's, 54.2 inn.
JUAN PIERRE—Philadelphia Phillies (Alexandria) .317, 16 SB, 5-2B, 3-3B, 15 RBI
RYAN THERIOT—San Francisco Giants (Broadmoor, LSU) .267, 5 doubles, 15 RBI
RICKIE WEEKS--Milwaukee Brewers (Southern) .184, 11-2B, 5 HR, 20 RBI
BRIAN WILSON--San Francisco Giants (LSU) 0-0, 9.00 ERA, 2 games—DL (Elbow)
RYAN ADAMS—Norfolk (Jesuit) .210, 10 doubles, 2 HR, 10 RBI (D.L.)
CHAD BECK—Las Vegas (ULL) 1-0, 0.99 ERA (26 appearances), 27.1 inn., 19 hits
REID BRIGNAC—Durham (St. Amant) .216, 8 doubles, 5 HR, 24 RBI
JOEY BUTLER—Round Rock (UNO) .288, 17-2B, 11 HR, 40 RBI
JIMMY CESARIO—Colorado Springs (Jesuit) .222, 2 doubles, 1 HR, 7 RBI
MATT CLARK--Tucson (LSU) .298, 18 doubles, 11 HR, 37 RBI
BRAD EMAUS—Buffalo (Tulane) .216, 4 HR, 10 RBI
DANNY FARQUHAR—Sacramento (ULL) 1-2, 10.13 ERA in 5 games
JOHNNY GIAVOTELLA—Omaha (Jesuit, UNO) .302, 9-2B, 5 HR, 28 RBI
BRANDON GOMES—Durham (Tulane) 4-0, 0.39 ERA, 6 saves, 34 K's, 23.1 innings
MARK HAMILTON—Memphis (Tulane) .215, 6-2B, 9 HR, 27 RBI
BEAU JONES—New Orleans (Destrehan) 2-1, 7.54 ERA, 22 games
CHASE LAMBIN—New Orleans (ULL) .250, 4-2B, 4 HR, 11 RBI
WADE LEBLANC—New Orleans (Barbe) 5-5, 3.74 ERA, 16 starts, 98.2 inn., 91 K's
FRED LEWIS—Buffalo (Southern) .297, 14-2B, 6-3B, 4 HR, 21 RBI, 11 SB
TODD LINDEN—Fresno (LSU) .282, 13-2B, 4-3B, 5 HR, 39 RBI **Tied 8th in PCL in 3B
LUKE MONTZ—New Orleans (Acadiana) .230, 7-2B, 12 HR, 30 RBI **Tied 9th in PCL in HR
XAVIER PAUL—Syracuse (Slidell, Rummel) .310, 13-2B, 6 HR, 38 RBI
GREG SMITH—Salt Lake (Alexandria, LSU) 2-5, 3.74 ERA, 9 games, 8 starts
**BRIAN TALLET—Tucson (LSU) 0-2, 8.44 ERA, 11 games (Released)
RYAN VERDUGO—Omaha (LSU) 5-2, 3.65 ERA, 14 starts, 79 inn., 60 hits
PRESTON CLAIBORNE—Trenton (Tulane) 2-2, 2.22 ERA, 5 SV., 49 K's in 48.2 inn.
MILES DURHAM—Altoona (Northwestern State) ,267, 11-2B, 2-3B, 2 HR, 14 RBI
BRAD HAWPE—Frisco (LSU) .260, 6-2B, 3 HR, 12 RBI (D.L.)
WILL HARRIS—Tulsa (Slidell, LSU) 1-1, 2.73 ERA, 1 Save, 40 K's, 29.2 inn.
LEE HAYDEL--Huntsville (Riverside, Delgado) .312, 3-2B, 2-3B, 1 HR, 11 RBI
TOMMY MANZELLA—Huntsville (Hannan, Tulane) .285, 6-2B, 1 HR, 22 RBI
BLAKE MARTIN—New Britain (LSU) 2-3, 2.89 ERA, 24 games, 25 K's, 28 innings
JARED MITCHELL--Birmingham (Westgate/LSU).254, 11-2B ,9-3B, 5 HR, 14-SB, 41 RBI
AARON LOUP—New Hampshire (Hahnville, Tulane) 0-3, 2.63 ERA, 32 games, 2 saves
SEAN OCHINKO—New Hampshire (LSU) .295, 7-2B, 4 HR, 16 RBI in 27 games
JOSH PRINCE—Huntsville (Tulane) .265, 9-2B, 5 HR, 33 RBI, 24 SB (1st Southern League)
EDGAR RAMIREZ—Binghamton (LSU) 1-1, 4.56 ERA, 16 games
ANTHONY RANAUDO—Portland (LSU) 1-2, 6.67 ERA (7 starts)
CRAIG WESTCOTT—Richmond (Hannan, Delgado) 6-5, 3.80 ERA, 15 starts
JOSH ZEID—Corpus Christi (Tulane) 2-0, 5.97 ERA in 27 games, 31.2 inn., 35 K's
BEN ALSUP—Asheville (LSU) 8-3, 4.58 ERA, 14 starts **Tied 2nd in SALLY League in wins
GARIN CECCHINI—Greenville (Barbe) .296, 19-2B, 3 HR, 37 RBI, 24 SB
BRAD DELATTE—Vancouver (St. Amant, Nicholls St.) 0-0, 27.00 ERA, 1 Game
CLINT DEMPSTER—Beloit (Thibodaux, Nicholls State) 2-3, 2.73 ERA, 23 Games
DALE DICKERSON—Carolina (West Ouachita, Nicholls State) 4-2, 4.26 ERA,1 save
JOHNNY DISHON—Brevard County (LSU) .333, (2-of-6), 1 double in 2 games
ALEX FUSELIER—State College (Teurlings Catholic, ULL) .267 (4-for-15), 4 games
T.J. GEITH—Charlotte (ULL) 0-1, 4.96 ERA, 16 K's, 16.1 innings
MICAH GIBBS—Daytona (LSU) .222, 3-2B, 1-3B, 4 HR, 10 RBI
NICK GOODY—Staten Island (LSU) 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 1 save in 3 games. 5 K's, 3.1 inn.
DREW GRANIER—Burlington (Thibodaux, ULM) 9-3, 3.06 ERA **Leads Midwest League in wins
CODY HALL—Augusta (Central, Southern) 1-0, 1.78 ERA, 13 saves **Leads SAL in saves
FRAZIER HALL—Cedar Rapids (Christian Life, Southern) .274, 14-2B, 8 HR, 29 RBI
**SAM HONECK--Savannah (Tulane) .133 (2-of-15), 1 double—RETIRED
JAMES JONES—Fort Wayne (ULM) 1-1, 2.03 ERA, 6 games
RO JONES—State College (St. John, UNO, Southern) (0-for-15, 1 RBI) 5 games
TYLER JONES—Beloit (LSU) 0-2, 2.88 ERA, 5 games, 33 K's in 25 innings
LEON LANDRY—Rancho Cucamonga (Baker/LSU) .327, 18-2B, 7-3B, 5 HR, 26 RBI, 14 SB
CHANDLER LAURENT—Asheville (Fontainebleau, Delgado).125 (2-for-16) 2-2B, 5 games
LUCAS LEBLANC--Salem (Central Lafourche, Delgado) .267, 1 RBI in 4 games
STEFAN LOPEZ—Staten Island (New Iberia, SLU) 0-0, 0.00 EA, 3.1 inn, 2 hits
MIKIE MAHTOOK—Charlotte (St. Thomas More, LSU).290, 3 HR, 12-2B, 27 RBI, 14 SB
DAYTON MARZE—Dunedin (Teurlings Catholic, ULL) 2-3, 3.11 ERA, 30 games
AARON MUNOZ—Lansing (Northwestern State) .357 (5-for-14), 2 doubles, 4 games
CHRIS MURRILL—Charlotte (Nicholls State) .250, 1 RBI (4-for-16), 4 games
AUSTIN NOLA—Jamestown (Catholic, LSU) .161 (5-for-31) 1 RBI in 9 games
LEE ORR—Fort Wayne (McNeese State) .228, 7-2B, 8 HR, 21 RBI
ZACH OSBORNE—Myrtle Beach (ULL) 2-0, 1.39 ERA, 17 games, 2 saves, 36 K's, 32.1 inn.
JACE PETERSON—Fort Wayne (Hamilton Christian, McNeese State).286, 16-2B, 1 HR, 22 RBI
RYAN O' SHEA—Frederick (Mandeville, UNO) DISABLED LIST—OUT FOR YEAR
MATTY OTT—Greenville (Holy Cross, LSU) 4-3, 3.89 ERA, 3 saves, 21 games
TAYLOR ROGERS—San Jose (Tulane) 5-6, 4.24 ERA, 15 starts
AUSTIN ROSS--Brevard (Captain Shreve, LSU) 0-0, 1.54 ERA in 3 starts—D.L.
ROB SEGEDIN--Tampa (Tulane) .295, 19-2B, 7 HR, 38 RBI
RYAN SCHIMPF--Dunedin (St. Paul, LSU) .281, 23-2B, 2-3B, 9 HR, 44 RBI
JEB STEFAN—Williamsport (Acadiana, La. Tech) 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 3 games, 5 K's in 3 inn.
ZACK VON ROSENBERG—West Virginia (Zachary) 0-2, 6.87 ERA, 4 games
GREG WILBORN—Rancho Cucamonga (ULL) 1-1, 9.18 ERA, 13 games—D.L.
JUSTIN BOUDREAUX—Ogden (Dutchtown, SLU) .200, 1-2B, 1-3B, 6 RBI in 7 games
WIL BROWNING—Gulf Coast Blue Jays (ULM) 0-0, 4.50 ERA, 2 games
ZACH BUTLER—Princeton (McNeese State) 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 3 games, 3.2 inn, 6 K's
GAVIN CECCHINI—Kingsport (Barbe) .276, 1-2B, 1-3B, 4 RBI in 7 games (8-for-29)
KOLBY COPELAND—Gulf Coast League Marlins (Parkway) .179, 3 RBI in 8 games
TYLER HANOVER—Gulf Coast League Tigers (LSU) .143 (1-for-7), 1 RBI in 3 games
JORDAN HARRISON—Gulf Coast Rays (ULL) 0-1, 0.00 ERA, 2 games
BROCK HEBERT—Pulaski (South Terrebonne, SLU) .379 (11-for-29), 3-2B, 1 HR, 7 RBI
HAYDEN JENNINGS—Gulf Coast Nationals (Evangel) .125 (2-for-16), 5 games
MASON MELOTAKIS—Elizabethton (N.W. St.) 0-1, 5.40 ERA, 2 games
PEDRO PIZARRO—AZL Angels (Byrd) .200 (1-for-5) in 2 games
COLIN RODGERS—Burlington (Parkview Baptist) 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 2 games, 5 inn. 3 hits
JEREMY SCHAFFER—Johnson City (Tulane) .154 (4-for-26), 1-2B, 1 HR, 2 RBI in 6 games
STRYKER TRAHAN—AZL Diamondbacks (Acadiana) .500 (7-for-14), 1-2B, 2 HR, 5 RBI
ALEX WILLIAMS—Bristol (Menard, Louisiana Tech) .261, 1-2B, 1 HR, 2 RBI in 7 games
CHRIS WOLFE—AZL Athletics (Grambling) 0-for-9 in 2 games played.
BUBBA BELL—Sugar Land (Nicholls State) .277, 15-2B, 3-3B, 1 HR, 17 RBI
DEREK BLACKSHER—Wichita (McNeese State) 4-1, 4.03 ERA, 9 games
BRENNAN FLICK—Florence (Central Catholic, LSU-Eunice) 2-0, 1.50 ERA, 11 games
GREG FONTENOT—Evansville (Acadiana, ULL) .286, 2 RBI, 5 SB in 22 games
TAYLOR FREEMAN—Wichita (McNeese State) .256, 7 doub les, 2 HR, 12 RBI
ROY MERRITT—Somerset (Southern) 4-1, 3.49 ERA, 10 games
D.J PONDER—Evansville (Catholic, Tulane) 1-0, 1.93 ERA, 3 games, 5 K's, 4.2 inn.
ANTHONY SCELFO—Laredo (Jesuit, Tulane) .310, 12-2B, 3 HR, 18 RBI
NICK SCHWANER—Evansville (Slidell, UNO) .304, 7-2B, 5 HR, 20 RBI
BARON SHORT—McAllen (Southern) 0-4, 8.84 ERA, 6 games
MICHAEL THOMAS—Rockford (Southern) .283, 3-2B, 1 HR, 11 RBI
TYLER WATKINS—Schaumburg (SLU) 1-4, 4.29 ERA, 42 innings, 40 hits
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