Cory Kluber, SP-COL: L (4-6), 6 IP, 11 H, 3 R (1 ER), 5 K, 3 BB. An odd stat line for Kluber, who allowed 14 baserunners in 6 innings but just 1 earned run. He's gotta be glad to put May behind him, as he went 1-3 with a 6.38 ERA last month.
Cody Allen, RP-COL: 2 IP, 4 K, BB. This year's Bryce Stowell has worked in 12 games for the Clippers, striking out 22 and walking 7 in 17 2/3 IP.
Chris Ray, RP-COL: IP, H, K. ccardo got the call as the vet bullpen replacement before Ray, but Ray is pitching pretty well in Columbus himself. He's appeared in 23 games for the Clippers, posting a 2.25 ERA and recording 21 K and 12 BB in 24 IP. Depth is a good thing, and Ray is probably next in line for the Bullpen Mafia if injury or innefectiveness strikes one of the existing members.
Jason Donald, SS-COL: 2-4, K. Donald just keeps plugging along in Columbus, hitting .353/.450/.500 in his last 10 games.
Tim Fedroff, LF-COL: 1-3, RBI. Fedroff's 1st game with the Clip Show this season, he basically represents the worst-case scenario for this year's 1st round pick Tyler Naquin. Fedroff has proved to be a tweener in the OF, not quite able to handle CF defensively and not showing enough power for a corner. He's a career .292 hitter in the minors, but has just 14 HR in 1610 at bats.
Steven Wright, SP-AKR: W (5-2), 7 IP, ER, 2 H, 6 K, 5 BB. This is the most knuckleballer line ever. Wright lowered his ERA to just 1.67 on the season, and has 54 K and 28 BB in 59 1/3 IP. It's a great story, and Wright really does have a shot to pitch in the bigs down the road.
Bryan Price, RP-AKR: S (3), 2 IP, 2 K, H. An old-school, 2 inning save for Price who continues his strong season out of the Aeros bullpen. He's 2-1 with 3 saves, a 2.27 ERA, 31 K and 10 BB in 31 2/3 IP.
Juan Diaz, SS-AKR: 2-4, HR (4), RBI, R, K. Diaz's HR last night was a moonshot that went all the way out of Canal Park. He's hit in all three games since being sent back to AA, going 5-13 with a HR, 2 RBI and 5 K.
Chun Chen, 1B-AKR: 2-4, K, CS. The Chun Chen HR drought continues. I imagine the papers in Taiwan are covering this extensively.
Michael Goodnight, SP-CAR: W (2-6), 6 IP, ER, 2 H, 5 K, BB. Solid outing for Goodnight, who had dropped his previous 6 decisions before finally tallying a win last night. He's now 2-6 with a 4.55 ERA, 43 K and 29 BB in 61 1/3 IP for the Mudcats this year.
Jordan Cooper, RP-CAR: IP, 2 K. Since allowing 5 ER in 2 2/3 innings back on April 24, Coop has been lights-out for the Mudcats. He's appeared in 7 games since that outing, throwing 15 2/3 innings, striking out 15, walking 3 and allowing just 1 earned run.
Ronny Rodriguez, SS-CAR: 3-5, RBI, 3 R. Rodriguez has hit in 9 of his last 10 games, putting up a solid .343/.378/.457 line in that timeframe. Rodriguez is really a guy that you have to look past the stats with, as his raw tools outshine his production so far. He just needs more experience against good competition in order to refine those tools, especially pitch recognition/selection.
Justin Toole, 1B-CAR: 2-4, 3B, RBI, BB, 2 R. Another Mudcat who's been hot of late, Toole is hitting .320/.433/.640 in his last 10 Carolina League games.
Tyler Cannon, LF-CAR: 3-4, HR (1), 2B, 5 RBI, 3 R. Cannon was the offensive player of the day yesterday throughout the system. He's now 6 for his last 10, with a HR, 2 doubles, 6 RBI and 4 runs scored.
Luis de Jesus, RP-LCC: 3 IP, ER, 5 H, 4 K, BB. An intriguing young arm, the 20-year old De Jesus has thrown 8 innings and struck out 9, but he's also allowed 6 ER and walked 5.
Francisco Lindor, SS-LCC: 1-1, RBI, 3 BB, 2 SB. Remember way back when (yesterday) I said that Lindor's K/BB ratio was becoming a bit of a concern? Well, what a difference a day makes, as Lindor worked three free passes yesterday without striking out. He also reclaimed sole lead in the Captains SB race, swiping bags 13 and 14 on the season.
Luigi Rodriguez, CF-LCC: 3-5, 3B, R, K. The speedy Rodriguez has hit in 8 of his last 10, but yesterday was the first multi-hit game he's recorded in a while. More surprisingly, he's still stuck on 12 SB for the season.
Zach MacPhee, LF-LCC: 2-5, HR (1), RBI, R. Congrats to MacPhee, who popped his first professional home run last night in a 4-3 Captains loss.
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