Around the Farm takes a quick look at how some of the prospects in the Indians system performed in yesterday’s games. As always, the positions listed below are where the player was playing in yesterday’s game.
Another tough day yesterday, as the Indians, Clippers, Aeros, K-Tribe and Captains all lost yesterday. I was in attendance at the Akron-Bowie game, and got to see a great pitching performance…just not from Joe Gardner. Bowie’s starter Zack Clark went 8 2/3 innings, giving up just 3 hits and 1 ER. Impressive, but depressing at the same time.
Adam Miller, RP-KIN: 2 IP, H, 4 K
A dominant outing for Miller, who has now gone 3 consecutive appearances out of the K-Tribe bullpen without giving up a run. It’s still going to take a little while to bring his ERA down after giving up 3 ER in 1 IP in his initial outing this season, but he can certainly be forgiven if he had some butterflys pitching in a real, live game for the 1st time since 2008. Miller now has 7 K and 3 BB in 5 IP in the Carolina League, and his outing last night was in relief of 2010 1st round pick Drew Pomeranz. I can tell you with absolute certainty that this is the first time a 2003 1st round pick has pitched in relief of a 2010 1st round pick in the Carolina League this season. Miller last pitched for Kinston in 2005, and is trying to climb the organizational ladder once again after having fallen off the top rung due to a myriad of surgeries.
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