SWB W 8-5
2B – Corban Joseph – 2H (Double), 1RBI, 1K, .266
LF – Ronnier Mustelier – 1R, 2H, 1K, .301
1B – Russell Branyan – 2R, 2H (Solo- Homer), 1RBI, 1BB, 1K, .304
3B – Brandon Laird – 2R, 2H (3-Run Homer), 3RBI, .231
Nelson Figueroa (W, 6-2) 6.0IP, 8H, 5R, 4ER, 1K, 1HR, 4.10era
Trenton L 3-2
3B – Addison Maruszak – 2R, 3H (Double, Solo Homer), 1RBI, .294
1B – Luke Murton – 1H, 1RBI, 1BB, .262
Mikey O’Brien (ND) – 6.0IP, 3H, 1R, 1ER, 1BB, 4K, 1HR, 3.88era
Tampa L 5-4
CF – Mason Williams – 1H, 1K, .200
LF – Ramon Flores – 2H (Double), 1RBI, 2K, .297
DH – Slade Heathcott – 1R, 1H (Double), 2BB, .275
C – Gary Sanchez – 1R, 1H, 2K, .222
1B – Kyle Roller – 1R, 1H (2-Run Homer), 2RBI, 2K, .247
Matt Tracy (ND) – 5.0IP, 3H, 3R, 3ER, 4BB, 1K, 2.63era
Charleston W 3-2
2B – Ali Castillo – 2H (Double), 2RBI, .355
SS – Cito Culver – 2H, 1K, .212
DH – Francisco Arcia – 1R, 1H, 1BB, 1K, .305
Bryan Mitchell (W, 6-6) – 5.0IP, 4H, 2R, 2ER, 3BB, 3K, 2HR, 4.44era
Staten Island L 5-3 F/12
DH – Saxon Butler – 1R, 1H (Triple), 1RBI, 1BB, 2K, .357
RF – Danny Oh – 1R, 2H (Double), 1BB, 1K, .188
2B – Fu-Lin Kuo – 3K, .333
Gulf Coast W 8-3
C – Peter O’Brien – 2H (Double), .571
CF – Kelvin Duran – 3R, 3H (Double), 1RBI, .216
2B – Jerizon Lopez – 2H, 2RBI, .411
SWB L 6-5
CF – Chris Dickerson – 1R, 2H, 2K, .310
C – Francisco Cervelli – 1R, 2H, 2RBI, .248
DH – Jack Cust – 1R, 1H (2-Run Homer), 2RBI, .260
John Maine (ND) – 7.0IP, 7H, 4R, 4ER, 1BB, 3K, 1HR, 6.00era
Trenton W 11-3
3B – Addison Maruszak – 2R, 3H (solo homer), 2RBI, 1K, .285
DH – David Adams – 1R, 2H, 1K, .284
RF – Zoilo Almonte – 1R, 3H (3-run homer), 3RBI, 1K, .266
CF – Melky Mesa – 3R, 3H, (2, Doubles), 1K, .280
1B – Luke Murton – 2R, 2H (2-Run Homer), 2RBI, 1K, .260
Shaeffer Hall (W, 7-6) – 6.2IP, 6H, 3R, 1ER, 4BB, 4K, 3.79era
Tampa L 10-6
CF – Mason Williams – 1H, 1RBI
LF – Ramon Flores – 1R, 2H, 1RBI, 1BB, 1K, .296
DH – Slade Heathcott – 1H, 1RBI, 2BB, 1K, .263
C – Gary Sanchez – 1H (Double), 1RBI, 3K
Caleb Cotham (L, 1-3) – 5.0IP, 10H, 7R, 7ER, 1BB, 2K, 1HR, 6.44era
Charleston W 3-2
Staten Island L 21-7
LF – Taylor Dugas – 2R, 1H, 1RBI, 1BB, .400
1B – Matt Snyder 1R, 2H (Double), 4RBI, 2BB, .178
CF – Ravel Santana – 1R, 1H, .175
DH – Fu-Lin Kuo – 1H (double), 2RBI, 1K, .400
Gulf Coast L 4-3
Yankees second round draft pick catcher Peter O’Brien had 1 run scored, two hits, and one RBI.
Other Notes: RF Eric Leonora – 2H, 1RBI, 1K, .340
1B – Austin Jones – 1H, 1RBI, 1K, .333
P – Graham Stoneburner started the game and only went 2 Innings giving up 1H, 1R, 0ER, and 1K.
SWB W 3-1
DH – Russell Branyan – 1H, 2RBI, 2K, .299
2B – Corban Joseph – 1R, 3H (3 – Doubles), 1BB, .269
D.J. Mitchell (ND) 7.0IP, 5H, 1R, 1ER, 2BB, 6K, 5.36ERA
Trenton L 5-4
OF – Zoilo Almonte – 1R, 1H (Solo Homer), 1RBI, 1K, .276
2B – Jose Pierla – 1R, 2H, 1K, .361
1B – Luke Murton – 2H, 2RBI, 1BB, 1K, .248
Adam Miller (L, 0-3) 4.0IP, 8H, 5R, 5ER, 2BB, 2K, 1HR, 5.08ERA
Tampa Game 1 – L 7-6 F/8
Slade Heathcott – 1R, 1H (Double), 1RBI, 1BB, .250
JR Murphy – 1R, 2H (solo homer), 1RBI, 1K, .251
Kyle Roller – 1R, 1H, (2-Run Homer), 2RBI, 1BB, 1K, .252
Shane Greene (ND) – 5.1IP, 7H, 6R, 2ER, 8K, 3.81ERA
Tampa Game 2 – W 6-5 F/7
OF – Ramon Flores – 3R, 3H (2 Solo Homers), 2RBI, .292
C – Tyson Blaser – 1R, 3H (Triple), 3RBI, .355
Jose A. Ramirez (ND) 3.0IP, 2H, 1R, 1ER, 3K, 4.14ERA
Charleston W 7-6 F/10
OF – Mason Williams – 1R, 1H (Double), 1BB, .307
OF – Tyler Austin – 1R, 1H, 2BB, 1K, .329
DH – Gary Sanchez – 2H, 1RBI, 2BB, 1K, .309
3B – Dante Bichette Jr – 1H, 2RBI, 1K, .268
William Oliver (ND) 5.oIP, 8H, 4R, 4ER, 4BB, 3K, 4.66ERA
Staten Island W 4-1
2B – Fu-Lin Kuo – 1R, 2H (Double), 1RBI, 1K, .583
OF – Ravel Santana – 1R, 1H, 1RBI, 1BB, 1K, .167
Gulf Coast W 4-3
Jerison Lopez – 1R, 3H (Double), 1BB, .440
Mikeson Oliberto 1R, 2H (Triple), 2RBI, K, .360
SWB L 9-8
Chris Dickerson has 1 run, 2 hits and a walk.
Corban Joseph – 2R, 1H, 3BB
Russell Branyan – 1R, 2H (2-Run homer), 3RBI, 2BB
Dellin Betances – 3.oIP, 5H, 7R, 7ER, 4BB, 4K, 6.39era
Trenton W 7-1
Pitching –Vidal Nuno started the game going seven innings giving up 2 hits, 1 walk, 6 K’s and 0ER. His record moves to 3-1 on the season with a 0.89era.
Tampa W 9-3
Slade Heathcott made his debut this season coming back from an injury. He had 1 hit, 1RBI and 1 K. Ramon Flores had a run and 3 hits. Rob Segedin (solo) , Kyle Roller (3 -Run) and Neil Medchill (2-Run) all hit homers.
Pitching – Phelps went 3.1 innings with 4 hits 0ER 2K, and has a 0.00era.
Charleston W 3-2
Williams had a solo home run in the game.
Tyler Austin went hitless having a walk and strikeout his average is still very high at .329
Dante Bichette Jr. had two hits
Gary Sanchez had 1 hit and 2 Rbi’s his average is .313
Pitching – Matt Bashore picked up the win he is now 1-1 on the season. Bashore went 5 innings giving up 2 hits, 2 walks, striking out 4. His era is at 1.00
Staten Island W 7-2
Saxon Butler (He is my guy to watch) – 1R, 2H (solo homer), 1RBI, .435
Fu-Lin Kuo – 1R, 3H (Double), 3RBI, .625
Pitching – Evan Rutckyj went 6.2 innings earning the win giving up 4 hits with 2 earned runs, 2 walks and striking out 4. His era is now at 3.97.
Gulf Coast W 2-1
Austin Jones – 1H (Double), 1K, .316
Mikeson Oliberto – 1R, 3H (Double), .278
Jorge Alcantara – 1H, 2RBI, 2BB, .250
David Aardsma – 2.oIP, 2H, 3K, 0.00 – Good to see that he still hasn’t given up a run. Should be in the Bronx in under 30 days.
Empire State Yankees L 11-6
Corban Joseph – 2R, 1H (double), 1RBI, 2K, .237
Kevin Russo – 3H, 3RBI, 1BB, .279
D.J. Mitchell (L, 5-4) – 2.0IP, 7H, 6R, 6ER, 3BB, 2K, 1HR, 5.74
Trenton Thunder L 7-2
PTF Zoilo Almonte – 1RBI, 2K, .265
Jose Pirela – 1R, 1H, 4BB, .386
Adam Miller (L, 0-2) – 3.1IP, 10H, 4R, 4ER, 2BB, 1K, 4.37era
Tampa Yankees W 9-4
PTF J.R. Murphy – 2R (Double) 1RBI, 1BB, 1K, .252
Ramon Flores – 3R, 3H, 3RBI, 1BB, .276
Rob Segedin – 2H, 2RBI, 1K, .297
Tyson Blasser – 2BB, 1K, .337
Neil Medchill – 1R, 2H, 1BB, .247
David Phelps – 2.0IP, 3H, 1BB, 3K, 0.00era
Aaron Dott (W, 2-2) – 2.oIP, 1H, 1R, 1ER, 1K, 2.97era
Jose A. Ramirez – 2.1IP, 4H, 2K, 4.21era
Rigoberto Arrebato – 1.2IP, 2H, 3R, 3ER, 1BB, 2K, 1HR, 4.86
Kramer Sneed – 1.0IP, 2H, 1BB, 6.06era
Charleston River Dogs L 12-6
PTF Dante Bichette Jr. – 1R, 2H (Double), 1RBI, 1BB, .261
Mason Williams – 2R, 2H (solo homer), 1RBI, 1K, .301
Cito Culver – 1R, 1H (Triple), 1K, .215
Tyler Austin – 1H (Double), 2RBI, .335
Gary Sanchez – 1R, 1H (Double), .315
Angelo Gumbs – 1R, 1H (Double), .274
William Oliver – 5.0IP, 6H, 4R, 3ER, 4BB, 4K, 1HR, 4.35era
Joel De La Cruz – 2.0IP, 3H, 1R, 1ER, 2BB, 3K, 3.60era
Phillip Wetherell (BS, 1) (L, 2-2) – 0.1IP, 6H, 7R, 7ER, 1BB, 4.81era
John Brebbia – o.2IP, 1H, 1K, 4.58era
Staten Island W 8-1
Taylor Dugas – 3R, 2H, 2RBI, 2K, .571
Jose Rosario – 1R, 3H (Double), 1RBI, 1K, .250
Saxon Butler – 1R, 2H (2, Doubles), 3RBI, .300
Andrew Benak – 2.0IP, 2H, 1BB, 2K, o.ooera (ND)
Gulf Coast League W 3-1
Kelvin Duran – 1H (Double), 2RBI, .143
Austin Jones – 1H, 1RBI, 1K, .417
PTF Slade Heathcott – 2BB, 2K, .231
Jeremy Bleich – 2.0IP, 1BB, 2K, o.ooera
Giovanny Gallegos – 2.oIP, 2K, 0.00era
Dawerd Cruz – 1.oIP, 1BB, 1K, 0.00era
Rony Bautista (W, 1-0) – 3.oIP, 1BB, 4K, 0.00era
Edison Mejia (S, 2) – 1.oIP, 3H, 1R, 1ER, 1K, 1HR, 5.40era
Empire State Yankees L 5-3
Ronnier Mustelier – 1R, 1H, 1BB, .316
Jack Cust – 1R, 1H (solor homer), 1RBI, 1BB, 1K, .268
Russell Branyan – 1R, 1H (2-Run homer), 2RBI, 1BB, .328
PTF Dellin Betances – 4.2IP, 3H, 2R, 2ER, 7BB, 6K, 5.78era (ND)
Trenton Thunder L 7-5 F/12
Zolio Almonte – 2R, 2H (Double), 2K, .273
Melky Mesa – 2R, 3H (Double), 1Rbi, 2K, .258
Addison Maruszak – 1R, 2H (2Run Homer), 2RBI, 2K, .256
Vidal Nuno (ND) 6.oIP, 9H, 5R, 3ER, 4K, 1.08era
Tampa Yankees L 3-2
PTF J.R. Murphy – 1R, 1H (double), 2K, .248
Kyle Roller – 2H, (double), 1RBI, 1BB, .255
Jose Mojica – 2H, .262
Shane Greene – 6.0IP, 3H, 2R, 1ER, 3BB, 6K, 3.86era (ND)
Staten Island Yankees L 7-2
Taylor Dugas – 1R, 2H (double), 1K, .500
Fu-Lin Kuo – 2H (double), 1RBI, .667
Evan Rutckyj – 4.2IP, 4H, 3R, 3ER, 4BB, 7K, 1HR, 5.79era
Gulf Coast Yankees W 5-0
PTF Slade Heathcott – 1R, 1H, 1RBI, .273
Jerison Lopez – 1R, 2H (double), .500
Austin Jones – 1R, 2H (double), 1RBI, .500
Angel Rincon (W, 1-0) 5.0IP, 1H, 3K, 0.00era
Based on their recent actions and remarks, it seems the Yankees are serious about sticking to a smaller payroll now and at least through the 2014 season in an attempt to get under the $189 Million Luxury Tax threshold. In order to do so, the club will need to look to fill important positions from within and develop both impact and role players.
The Yankees system became known in recent years as being deep in Pitchers and Catchers but lacking in strong position prospects. This was definitely a weakness identified by Mark Newman & Damon Oppenheimer and they addressed it by adding several solid up the middle athletes and corner players who can rake in the last 2 years. Now, the system is more well-rounded although there is definitely a lack of upper-echelon hitters in the higher levels of the organization.
The system is still strong in upper level pitching. Even with Nova & Noesi graduating to NY, they still have 5 potential MLB starters in AAA (Banuelos, Betances, Warren, Phelps, DJ Mitchell). The next level of pitching is led by Brett Marshall and several guys that need to take a step forward in 2012. Oppenheimer has a history of drafting good college relievers and there are many strong-armed righties in the pipeline who could advance quickly.
Today, I will list the Top 40 with a quick blurb, then will follow-up with more in-depth on the Top 20 or so players in the coming weeks. Each player has their position, Opening Day 2012 Age & expected level to start season.
1) Jesus Montero – C/DH, 22 – MLB
Has an elite bat that will make him a middle of the order MLB hitter for the next decade+. Rare blend of natural power to all fields with ability to make adjustments and take what pitcher gives him. Only question is whether he will be anything more than a DH but a .300 hitter with 30 HR power will always find a spot even if he’s eventually a full-time DH.
2) Manny Banuelos– LHSP, 21 – AAA
Had control issues in AA/AAA but most believe it’s just a matter of trying to be too fine as he has solid mechanics and repeats his delivery well. Threw a career-high 130 innings so will be in line for 150-160 this year and could be ready to pitch for NY in 2nd half.
3) Gary Sanchez – C, 19 – HiA
Has big-time raw power and still growing into his 6’2″ frame. His defense has been poor but I think he has the athleticism to convert to corner OF or 1B down the line and his bat is definitely strong enough to support such a switch.
4) Dellin Betances – RHSP, 24 – AAA
This is a big year for Betances. At 24, he needs to have a good year in AAA to prove he can pitch in a MLB rotation. Has plus, swing-and-miss stuff but most improve his control to cut down his pitch counts.
5) Mason Williams – CF, 20 – LoA
Dynamic player with plus-plus MLB speed and defense already. He put on a show in rookie ball and if he shows his offensive skills are for real this year in full-season ball, he may vault to #1 on this list next year.
6) Dante Bichette, Jr. – 3B, 19 – LoA
Drafted for his plus power, he’s shown better defense than was thought. He’s really impressed the organization with his intangibles & makeup – namely his work ethic, advanced approach, knowledge of the game & leadership. Baseball America named him top prospect in Gulf Coast League and VP of baseball operations Mark Newman calls him “a special player and person.”
7) Austin Romine– C, 23 – AAA
His defense behind the plate is MLB-ready now. His bat isn’t special but will be good enough for him to have a long career as a starting catcher in the bigs.
8) David Phelps – RHSP, 25 – AAA
Phelps is a winner who knows how to pitch. He’s 38-15 with a 2.61 ERA in his 4 years in the organization. He’s maintained the same solid numbers at every level including a 7.4 K/9 & 2.0 BB/9. Reminds me a little of Ian Kennedy. Missed time with shoulder issue but came back strong in August and was solid in AFL also.
9) Ravel Santana – OF, 19 – LoA
Tremendous physical skill set with power & speed. BA rated the wiry 6’2″ 160 pounder right behind Bichette as best in the Gulf Coast League after he put up a .425 wOBA. Will have to overcome the broken ankle & torn ligaments he suffered last season so will likely start in extended ST this year.
10) Tyler Austin– 3B, 20 – LoA
I seem to be in the minority but I really like this guy. He made his debut in the Gulf Coast and smashed to a .517 wOBA in 20 games, then followed up with .448 wOBA in Staten Island. Has power to all fields and an advanced approach that helps him drive off-speed pitches. How many 20-year olds can you say that about? BA ranked him 8th best prospect in NY Penn League. Only question mark is his defense at 3B but he’s athletic enough to play the OF if need be. He even stole 18 of 18 bases in just 47 games which tells me he has good instincts and a feel for the game.
11) J.R. Murphy – C/3B, 20 – HiA
Improved his game offensively & defensively before ending season early with leg injury. Rips line drives to all fields and scouts now believe he has the ability to remain as a catcher while also showing the athleticism to play 3B and OF. Could become a very versatile asset in the Majors.
12) Slade Heathcott – CF, 21 – HiA
He’s Gardner-like in the OF right now and has more offensive potential. However, I’m a little concerned with his constant injuries and questionable makeup. To have his speed and get thrown out stealing 17 times in 38 attempts is baffling. But, if he matures and stays healthy, he could be special.
13) Brett Marshall– RHSP, 22 – AA
Now fully recovered from his 2009 Tommy John Surgery, he threw career high 140 IP with 3.24 FIP. Has good low 90s sinker and makings of a plus slider. Has flashed mid 90s velocity at times and will be interesting how he does in AA this year.
14) Adam Warren– RHSP, 24 – AAA
Warren is next in a succession of Yankee right handers, behind Nova and Noesi, ready to advance to the majors. He threw 152 IP in AAA with a 3.60 ERA and on a lesser team without depth, he’d have a great chance to make the rotation.
15) Corban Joseph – 2B, 23 – AAA
Has patient approach and nice lefty stroke that generates hard line drives but there are concerns about his defense at 2B and 3B. He had .346 wOBA in Trenton with 38 doubles and 8 triples but doesn’t get the lift and backspin to hit HRs.
16) Zoilo Almonte – OF, 22 – AA
Solid all-around skills. Good defense, speed and power that has improved the last 2 years. Yanks added the switch-hitter to their 40-man to protect him from Rule 5 draft and he could be a candidate to make the team in 2013.
17) Graham Stoneburner – RHSP, 24 – AA
Season was marred by a neck injury that kept him out 2 months and he was never quite effective as excellent debut in 2010. But he still has a great sinking fastball that gets tons of grounders.
18) David Adams – 2B, 24 – AA
The ankle injury he suffered in 2010 lingered all season and the Yankees were very careful with Adams. He played sparingly in only 29 games. If he’s finally healthy this season he could progress quickly as he has an excellent bat that rips line drives to all fields.
19) Angelo Gumbs– 2B, 19 – LoA
Great up the middle athlete shows lightning quick bat speed and raw power to go with strong arm and nice speed. BA rated him 14th best prospect in NY Penn League where he had .341 wOBA, 4 triples & 11 SB in 220 PAs.
20) Nik Turley – LHSP. 22 – HiA
6’7″ lefty reminds me a litle of Andy Pettitte. Took a step forward with 2.51 ERA and 8.9 K/9 and 2.3 BB/9 in 82 IP in Charleston til a broken hand ended his season after being promoted to Tampa.
21) DJ Mitchell – RHSP, 24 – AAA
Similar to David Phelps, Mitchell is someone who just keeps pitching well and winning. Sinker/slider pitcher with solid change-up could be another back end starter/long-relief candidate.
22) Mark Montgomery – RHRP, 21 – HiA
Overwhelmed hitters with low-mid 90s Fastball and an unhittable slider leading to a 16.4 K/9 and 1.91 ERA as closer in Charleston. His slider is just unfair to young hitters and he needs to be tested against more advanced hitters to see how quick he can advance.
23) Brandon Laird – 3B, 24 – AAA
Strong defensive 3B with good power but he doesn’t take many walks or hit for much average. Has also played some 1B & LF so could be a backup candidate in NY.
24) Cito Culver– SS, 19 – LoA
Showed strong arm with smoothness in the field and compact swing from both sides of the plate. BA rated him 6th best prospect in NYPenn League where he hit .250/.323/.337. He’s a project that will take time to develop his offensive game.
25) Ramon Flores – OF, 20 – HiA
Sweet lefty stroke and patient approach at plate, had .350 wOBA in Charleston. Good OF with strong arm and solid all-around tools. Only 5’10” 160 so should get stronger and develop some pop.
26) George Kontos – RHRP, 26 – MLB
Standard FB/Slider reliever, held RH hitters to a .182 BAA in AAA. Averages about a strikeout per inning but is a fly-ball pitcher who is prone to HRs.
27) Claudio Custodio – 2B, 21 – LoA
Talented 2B/SS with very good speed. Hit ball well in GCL and showed willingness to take a walk. Hit .325 with .433 OBP and 26 SB in 28 attempts.
28) Tommy Kahnle – RHRP, 22 – HiA
Power reliever had 2.45 FIP in 81 IP with 12.4 K/9 but also 5.4 BB/9. Sits around 93-95 and can dial it up to 96-97 with a developing slider. Needs to improve his command and secondary pitches.
29) Isias Tejada – C, 20 – LoA
Next in line of promising Yankee catcher prospects, Tejada showed his ability to make good, hard contact with a .971 OPS in the GCL with only a 12% strike out rate.
30) Brandon Pinder – RHRP, 23 – LoA
Dominated mostly younger hitters as closer in Staten Island with 11.0 K/9, 1.4 BB/9 and 1.16 ERA. Has great command of 94-95 mph Fastball but has no quality secondary pitch yet.
31) Bryan Mitchell – RHSP, 20 – LoA
Plus stuff but still very raw. Put things together by end of year and shows strikeout (8.6 K/9) and ground-ball stuff (2.19 GO/AO rate)
32) Jose Rosario– SS/2B, 20 – LoA
Hit just as well as teammate Bichette with .331 average and .529 SLG%. He’s a hacker with a 3.2% Walk rate but he’s caught the attention of the organization and earned a late season promotion to Charleston. Mark Newman stated, “He can run (11 SB in 43 games) and throw. He hit 6 HRs, so he has some ability to impact the ball. By diligence, he’s turning himself into a quality prospect.”
33) Taylor Morton – RHSP, 20 – LoA
Made impressive debut in GCL. The 6’3″ righty should get stronger and he already possesses a plus change, low 90’s FB and good command.
34) Rob Segedin – 3B, 23 – HiA
Big 3B/OF with strong hitting skills. Earned promotion with .395wOBA at Charleston but struggled some in Tampa. Yanks put him in AFL this Fall where he went .250/.367/.407.
35) Daniel Lopez – CF, 20 – LoA
Another emerging all-around athlete with good speed. Showed power potential this year hitting .327/.413/.490 with 27 SB in 61 games across 3 levels.
36) Jose Ramirez – RHSP, 22 – HiA
Promising arm took a step back this year but still notched strong K rates so stuff is still there.
37) Evan Rutckyj– LHSP, 20 – LoA
Big strong 6’5″ lefty got stronger as the season progressed and generates a lot of ground-balls.
38) Cesar Cabral – LHRP, 23 – MLB
Rule 5 pick from Red Sox system, he’ll have chance to make team in ST as second lefty in pen. Gets a lot of Ks with good Fastball and plus Changeup.
39) Pat Venditte SWRP, 26 – AAA
Doesn’t have dominating stuff but continues to post good overall numbers and solid K rates at every level. Biggest drawback is he’s a heavy flyball pitcher.
40) Abe Almonte – OF, 22 – AA
Plus defender and baserunner but wildly inconsistent at the plate. Switch-hitter had huge 2nd half, riding a 30-game hitting streak and showing off good extra base hit power. Needs to prove 2nd half surge was real at AA this year.
Other Notables: Walter Ibarra, Kyle Roller, Zach Nuding, Dan Burawa, Chase Whitley, Ronnie Mustlier, Yeicock Calderon, Robert Lyerly, Melky Mesa, Dan Brewer, Brad Suttle, Jorge Vazquez, Ben Gamel, Gabe Encinas, Matt Tracy, Zach Wilson, Evan DeLuca, Mikey O’Brien
Almost all of the Yankees minor league affiliates have finished their 2011 season. It’s time to take a look at how each team fared and, more importantly, which individual players stood out by showing skills that could make them move up the ladder successfully. First up, we’ll look at the Rookie level Gulf Coast Yankees.
The GCL Yanks won the Gulf Coast League title and finished 37-23. This team was a blend of young foreign-born players making their debuts in the U.S. and players drafted out of high school in 2010 & 2011. Their lineup was stacked with 6 of the league’s top 14 hitters in batting average and smashed their way to the title. As a team they had a .298/.378/.466/.843 line which was by far the best in the 15 team league in all 4 categories. They also led with 116 stolen bases & 6.5 Runs per game to give their pitchers a lot of support.
The staff had a 4.31 ERA which was 10th in the league. When you consider how dominant the offense was, the team’s ERA may be skewed a bit since they pitched with so many leads.
Taylor Morton RHP, 19 –
Was the team’s top pitcher finishing 2nd in the league with a 1.98 ERA. Morton has excellent potential and is making the Yanks look good for giving him an overslot bonus of $450,000 as a 9th round pick in 2010. He’s got a sturdy 6’3″ 200 lb frame that generates low 90’s velocity. Morton already possesses 2 traits that are rare in a young pitcher – a plus change up and good command. His command translated to a 35 to 8 strikeout to walk rate and he’s only allowed 1 HR in 50 ip. The impressive 19-yr old was brought up to Staten Island to finish the season.
Gabe Encinas – RHP, 19
Another overslot HS pitcher taken in last yrs draft. Encinas got $300,000 as a 6th rounder and went 3-0, 5.08 era. He struck out 46 and walked 18 in 51.1 ip.
Evan Rutckyj – LHP, 19
A big 6’5″ 213 lb lefty from Canada. The 19 yr old got a huge $500,000 bonus as a 16th rd pick and went 5-3, 4.76 with 37 Ks & 24 bb in 45.1 ip. Evan generated a lot of ground balls with an impressive 1.76 GO/AO ratio. He finished the season strong going 3-0, 2.25 and will be a very interesting pitcher to follow as a big, strong lefty who gets ground balls.
Dante Bichette – 3B, 18
Led the way offensively finishing with a .342/.446/.505/.951 line. He led the league in Hits (67), Doubles (17) and RBI (47) and was second in Average & OBP. The things that are most impressive are his 12.5% Walk Rate ad 17.1 K rate. This indicates a very clear understanding of the strike zone and ability to make contact. He had a solid .163 iso and he projects to have plus-plus power as he continues to develop. He’s been brought up to Staten Island and promptly homered his first game. Most scouts project him as a corner OF but he played a solid 3B with only 6 errors to lead all 3B in fielding %. Bichette’s dominating debut has answered many who criticized the team for taking him as their top pick (51st overall) this year.
So far he’s done everything right. He quickly agreed to a $750,000 bonus and got a full pro season under his belt while most top picks were still negotiating. When he got off to a poor start, he made some mechanical adjustments on his own to adapt to the harder throwing pitchers in pro ball. As someone who grew up around MLB, he seems to have the perfect blend of work ethic, baseball smarts and pure ability that will lead to success. Hopefully, he will be like other sons of MLB players like Ken Griffey, Barry Bonds, Prince Fielder, etc. who have even better careers than their illustrious fathers.
Ravel Santana – OF, 19
Although Bichette gets most of the attention, Santana may be the most talented player from this team and perhaps in the whole GCL. Unfortunately his season was cut short by a nasty broken angle and torn ligaments. He’s a 6’2″ 160 athlete with speed and power. He showed both these tools with a .273 ISO, .425 wOBA and 9 HRs and 10 sbs in just 40 games. If he makes a full recovery and starts to add strength to his frame, he could be a special player.
Daniel Lopez – OF, 19
Lopez began the year in the Dominican Lg but was called to make his U.S. debut and didn’t disappoint. The tall, slender (6’2, 175) speedster hit .305 with 22 sbs in 47 games. He had a solid .167 ISO with 18 extra base hits. He was promoted to Charleston at the end of the season .
Juan Rosario – SS, 19
After 2 sub par seasons in the DSL, he came to the states and had a great year hitting .331/.372/.529/.901 and 11 sbs in 43 games. He had an impressive .417 woba but needs to be more selective as he only walked 3.2% of the time. But as they say about Dominican Players, you can’t walk off the island.
Claudio Custodio – 2b, 20
Custodio was 4th in the GCL with a .433 obp and led the league with 26 sbs in 28 attempts. He was 7th in hitting with a .325 average. He didn’t hit for much power with a .089 iso but his biggest problem was he committed 17 errors in just 39 games…ouch.
Isias Tejada – C, 19
Here’s the next name to add to the Yankees long line of quality Catching prospects. Tejada mashed to a .331/.404/.568/.971 line. That .971 OPS was 3rd in the league and he only struck out 12% of the time showing he makes consistent and hard contact.
Yeicock Calderon – OF, 19
Calderon came to the GCL with a big reputation. The Yanks signed him for $650,000 in 2008 and he tore up the Dominican League the last 2 years. But he struggled to make contact with a ghastly 33.1% strikeout rate and 4.9% walk rate which led to a .225/.264/.457/.721 line. He showed some of his power potential with 11 2bs, 3 3bs & 6 hrs for a .232 iso.
SWB W 6-2
HR: Molina (4, 3rd inning off Bush, 0 on, 0 out), Parraz (8, 6th inning off Bush, 1 on, 0 out).
TB: Russo 2; Lamb; Laird 2; Parraz 4; Molina 5.
RBI: Molina (21), Lamb (25), Laird 2 (69), Parraz 2 (49).
2-out RBI: Laird.
|Mitchell (W, 12-9)||5.0||4||2||1||3||3||0||3.35|
Trenton W 7-2
2B: Krum (8, Pino), Joseph, Co 2 (37, Pino, LaMura), Pirela (21, LaMura).
3B: Pirela (4, Pino), Krum (3, Pino).
TB: Pena, R 2; Krum 5; Joseph, Co 4; Lyerly; Pirela 5.
RBI: Joseph, Co 2 (51), Pena, R (2), Krum 3 (26), Lyerly (32).
2-out RBI: Pena, R; Krum 2; Lyerly.
|Garrison, St (W, 4-8)||5.2||3||2||2||1||3||1||6.55|
|Schmidt (H, 5)||1.1||0||0||0||0||2||0||1.48|
Tampa Game 1 L 6-3F/7
HR: Castro, K (5, 7th inning off Rhee, 0 on, 2 out).
TB: Almonte, A 2; Castro, K 4; Mack; Segedin; Landoni.
RBI: Johnson, C (19), Almonte, A (49), Castro, K (45).
2-out RBI: Almonte, A; Castro, K.
|Black, S (L, 6-9)||4.2||7||5||5||1||1||1||7.02|
Tampa Game 2 W 4-1 F/7
2B: Mustelier (11, Kurcz), Almonte, A (25, Negrin).
HR: Medchill (11, 2nd inning off Del Valle, 0 on, 0 out).
TB: Almonte, A 2; Mustelier 3; Medchill 4; Landoni.
RBI: Medchill (24), Mustelier (22), Almonte, A (50).
2-out RBI: Almonte, A.
|Quintana (W, 10-2)||6.0||6||1||1||0||2||0||2.91|
|Flannery (S, 18)||1.0||1||0||0||0||0||0||1.27|
Staten Island W 3-2
2B: Castillo, Al (8, Kilcrease).
3B: Austin (1, Kilcrease).
TB: Williams, M 2; Gamel; Austin 4; Nunez, R 2; Castillo, Al 2; Wilson, Z.
RBI: Austin (12), Nunez, R (32).
|Arneson (W, 2-1)||2.0||1||0||0||0||2||0||4.02|
|Pinder (S, 14)||2.0||1||0||0||0||2||0||0.90|
Gulf Coast W 3-1 (Big night for Bichette as the GCL Yankees take home the championship)
2B: Bichette (2, Rembisz), Valera, J (3, Nygren).
HR: Bichette (1, 4th inning off Hope, 0 on, 1 out).
TB: Bichette 6; Taveras, D; Duran 3; Valera, J 2; Alcantara; Tejeda, I.
RBI: Bichette (3), Tejeda, I (1).
2-out RBI: Tejeda, I.
|De La Cruz, Jo||3.1||1||0||0||0||3||0||0.00|
|Checo (W, 1-0)||2.2||1||0||0||0||5||0||1.93|
SWB W 4-1 F/14
2B: Laird (27, Bump), Russo (19, Zagurski).
HR: Vazquez (31, 9th inning off De Fratus, 0 on, 0 out), Laird (16, 14th inning off Perez, J, 2 on, 0 out).
TB: Dickerson; Russo 3; Montero; Vazquez 6; Lamb; Laird 6; Golson.
RBI: Vazquez (89), Laird 3 (67).
|Brackman (W, 3-6)||2.0||3||0||0||1||2||0||6.19|
Trenton L 3-2
2B: Joseph, Co (35, Hutchison), Mesa (23, Hutchison).
TB: Pena, R; Krum; Joseph, Co 3; Almonte, Z; Mesa 2; Pirela; Maruszak.
RBI: Mesa (39), Pena, R (1).
2-out RBI: Pena, R.
|Stoneburner (L, 1-5)||6.0||5||3||3||3||6||0||3.88|
Tampa – Both games were PPD
Charleston L 11-8
2B: Brown (6, Whitenton), Grote (7, Whitenton), De Leon, K (22, Leduc).
TB: Toussen; Brown 4; Mahoney; De Leon, K 2; Ferraro 2; Mojica; Grote 2; Farnham.
RBI: Mahoney 2 (29), Toussen (22), De Leon, K (59), Mojica (42).
|Greene (L, 4-14)||3.2||3||8||7||5||6||0||4.50|
Staten Island W 6-4
2B: Stevenson (9, Duran).
HR: Austin (3, 4th inning off Vail, 0 on, 0 out).
TB: Austin 4; Stevenson 2; Wilson, Z 2; Grice.
RBI: Culver (32), Austin (11), Grice (23), McCoy (8), Stevenson (26).
|Lewis (H, 4)||1.2||2||2||0||1||3||0||4.05|
|Wetherell (BS, 2)(W, 4-2)||2.1||1||1||1||1||5||1||2.48|
Gulf Coast L 9-2
HR: Pena, H (1, 5th inning off Brice, 1 on, 2 out).
TB: Tejeda, I; Bichette; Pena, H 4.
RBI: Pena, H 2 (5).
2-out RBI: Pena, H 2.
|Rutckyj (L, 0-1)||3.1||6||5||5||1||2||0||13.50|
SWB Game 1 W 3-0 F/7
HR: Montero (18, 1st inning off Pena, T, 0 on, 2 out).
TB: Russo; Montero 5; Lamb; Parraz.
RBI: Montero (67), Kruml (2).
2-out RBI: Montero.
|Banuelos (W, 2-2)||7.0||1||0||0||2||6||0||3.03|
SWB Game 2 L 2-0 F/7
2B: Dickerson (10, Wilson).
TB: Dickerson 3; Vazquez; Nunez, L; Molina; Golson 2.
|Betances (L, 0-2)||7.0||2||2||2||4||8||1||3.94|
Trenton L 10-4
2B: Lyerly (14, Molina), Almonte, Z (10, Gonzalez), Mesa (22, Gonzalez).
HR: Pirela (8, 9th inning off Etheridge, 0 on, 0 out).
TB: Romine 3; Lyerly 2; Almonte, Z 2; Mesa 3; Pirela 4; Sublett.
RBI: Mesa (38), Pirela (44).
|Heyer (L, 10-8)||3.1||7||8||5||3||2||1||4.10|
Tampa L 13-6 F/6
2B: Almonte, A (24, Anundsen).
HR: Johnson, C (6, 6th inning off Anundsen, 0 on, 0 out).
TB: Almonte, A 3; Mustelier; Segedin; Johnson, C 5.
RBI: Segedin (19), Mustelier (21), Johnson, C (18).
2-out RBI: Segedin.
|Gil (L, 6-2)||3.2||12||12||10||1||3||0||4.73|
Charleston W 9-6
2B: De Leon, K 2 (21, Germen, Fraser), Mahoney (11, Fraser).
TB: Toussen 2; Flores 2; Brown 3; Mahoney 4; De Leon, K 4; Mojica 3; Higashioka.
RBI: Mahoney 2 (27), Brown 2 (12), De Leon, K 4 (58), Mojica (41).
2-out RBI: De Leon, K; Brown.
|Recchia (W, 3-1)||3.0||4||2||1||0||3||0||2.61|
|Perez, K (H, 5)||2.0||1||0||0||1||3||0||4.67|
|Montgomery (S, 13)||1.0||1||0||0||1||3||0||1.93|
Staten Island Game 1 W 4-3 F/7
2B: Stevenson (8, Wilson, T).
HR: Nunez, R (3, 4th inning off Wilson, T, 0 on, 1 out), Austin (2, 6th inning off Jones, 0 on, 0 out).
TB: Stevenson 2; Austin 4; Nunez, R 4; Wilson, Z; Castillo, Al; McCoy.
RBI: Nunez, R (30), Stevenson (25), Austin (10), Castillo, Al (11).
2-out RBI: Stevenson; Castillo, Al.
|Hobbs (W, 4-0)||3.0||1||1||1||1||4||0||5.25|
|Pinder (S, 13)||1.0||0||0||0||0||2||0||0.96|
Staten Island Game 2 W 5-0 F/7
TB: Williams, M; Gamel; Austin; Nunez, R 2; Wilson, Z 2.
RBI: Nunez, R (31), Wilson, Z (27), Liccien (9), Williams, M (31).
|Varce (W, 2-0)||5.0||3||0||0||0||1||0||6.14|
Gulf Coast W 12-3
2B: Pena, H (2, Del Orbe, R), Valera, J 2 (2, Omahen, Donatello), Alcantara (1, Omahen).
HR: Kuo (1, 6th inning off Omahen, 0 on, 0 out), Lopez, Da (1, 6th inning off Omahen, 0 on, 2 out), Alcantara (1, 9th inning off Tamares, J, 1 on, 2 out).
TB: Rosario, J; Lopez, Da 5; Bichette; Taveras, D 2; Duran 3; Valera, J 4; Alcantara 6; Kuo 4; Pena, H 2.
RBI: Duran (1), Rosario, J (2), Taveras, D 2 (2), Alcantara 3 (3), Pena, H (3), Kuo (1), Lopez, Da (1), Valera, J 2 (2).
2-out RBI: Duran; Taveras, D 2; Lopez, Da; Valera, J 2; Alcantara 2.
|Nuding (W, 1-0)||2.0||5||2||2||0||1||0||9.00|
Tampa W 15-7
2B: Roller (12, Ross), Mustelier (10, Conner), Johnson, C 2 (8, Conner, Nieves), Medchill (6, Nieves).
3B: Abeita (1, Ross).
HR: Medchill (10, 2nd inning off Ross, 0 on, 2 out), Mustelier (3, 7th inning off Nieves, 2 on, 2 out).
TB: Almonte, A; Mustelier 8; Roller 3; Segedin; Johnson, C 5; Abeita 4; Medchill 8; Landoni.
RBI: Mustelier 4 (20), Medchill 2 (23), Roller (27), Almonte, A 2 (48), Abeita 3 (20), Segedin (18), Johnson, C (17).
2-out RBI: Medchill; Roller; Abeita 2; Mustelier 3.
|Burawa (BS, 3)(W, 2-1)||2.1||4||3||2||0||2||0||3.22|
Charleston W 5-1
2B: Mahoney (10, Almonte, Y), Mojica (23, Rojas, L), Flores (25, Hebert).
TB: Toussen; Flores 3; Brown; Mahoney 2; De Leon, K; Ferraro; Mojica 3; Grote.
RBI: Mojica 2 (40), Grote (8), Farnham (11).
2-out RBI: Mojica 2.
|Nuno, V (W, 2-1)||7.0||5||0||0||0||2||0||2.12|
Staten Island -PPD
Gulf Coast W 6-2
2B: Pena, H (1, Rivera, Jose), Bichette (1, Rivera, Jose).
TB: Rosario, J; Bichette 3; Taveras, D; Valera, J; Alcantara 2; Kuo; Pena, H 2.
RBI: Pena, H 2 (2), Rosario, J (1), Bichette 2 (2).
2-out RBI: Pena, H; Rosario, J.
|Morton (W, 1-0)||6.0||6||1||1||0||5||0||1.50|
Last two game to talk about tonight…….
Charleston L 15-3
|Forer (L, 2-8)||4.0||9||8||8||2||2||2||5.29|
Gulf Coast L 14-9
|a- Pena, H||PH-CF||3||1||1||0||0||1||1||1||2||.245|
|b- Taveras, D||PH||1||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||.305|
|Vinas (BS, 1)(L, 2-1)||1.2||5||5||4||2||1||0||9.69|
|De La Cruz, Jo||0.1||1||1||1||0||1||1||5.10|
SWB L 6-1 F/7
2B: Lamb (11, Fox, M).
HR: Laird (15, 7th inning off Williams, 0 on, 0 out).
TB: Montero; Lamb 2; Laird 4; Parraz.
RBI: Laird (64).
|Warren (L, 6-7)||6.2||5||6||6||3||11||2||3.51|
SWB L 7-3 F/7
2B: Lamb (12, Rice), Bernier (12, Okajima).
HR: Vazquez 2 (30, 1st inning off Rice, 1 on, 2 out; 6th inning off Hottovy, 0 on, 1 out).
TB: Lamb 2; Vazquez 8; Parraz; Bernier 2.
RBI: Vazquez 3 (88).
2-out RBI: Vazquez 2.
|Laffey (L, 0-1)||2.1||5||5||3||2||1||0||11.57|
Trenton L 4-2
2B: Almonte, Z (9, Albers).
TB: Romine 2; Lyerly; Almonte, Z 3; Pirela 2; Sublett.
RBI: Pirela (42), Krum (23).
2-out RBI: Pirela.
|Pope (BS, 2)(L, 0-2)||1.0||4||3||3||0||1||0||3.38|
Tampa L 8-7
3B: Mack (4, Crawford).
HR: Ibarra, W (6, 4th inning off Bucci, 1 on, 2 out).
TB: Almonte, A 2; Ibarra, W 5; Mack 3; Mustelier; Roller; Segedin 2; Abeita 2; Castro, K.
RBI: Mustelier (16), Segedin (17), Ibarra, W 3 (51), Abeita (17), Mack (29).
2-out RBI: Mustelier; Segedin; Ibarra, W 3; Mack.
|Marte, R (BS, 2)||2.0||1||1||1||2||2||0||3.73|
|Claiborne (L, 2-7)||2.0||4||2||1||1||1||0||3.38|
Charleston L 7-6
2B: Brown (5, Cuan), Flores (24, Cuan), Farnham (8, Cuan).
3B: Mojica (2, Cuan).
TB: Brown 2; Flores 3; Mahoney; Mojica 4; Farnham 3; Lassiter.
RBI: Brown (10), Flores 2 (57), Mahoney (25), Farnham (10), Lassiter (23).
2-out RBI: Mahoney.
|Kahnle (BS, 3)||1.2||4||2||2||2||2||0||4.46|
|Recchia (L, 2-1)||1.2||2||1||1||1||2||0||2.58|
Staten Island W 8-4
2B: Gamel (17, Cespedes), Williams, M (11, Cespedes), Austin (9, Petersime), Wilson, Z (14, Petersime), Nunez, R (19, Taylor).
TB: Williams, M 5; Culver; Gamel 4; Austin 2; Nunez, R 2; Wilson, Z 3; Castillo, Al; McCoy 2.
RBI: Gamel 4 (30), Nunez, R (29), Williams, M (30), McCoy 2 (7).
2-out RBI: Gamel.
|Tracy (W, 1-1)||5.0||8||3||3||2||5||0||2.98|
|Brebbia (H, 1)||1.0||1||0||0||0||0||0||0.00|
|Pinder (S, 12)||2.0||0||0||0||0||2||0||1.00|
Gulf Coast L 10-1
TB: Rosario, J; Tejeda, I; Bichette; Bird; Duran 2; Taveras, D; Kuo; Alcantara.
RBI: Kuo (20).
2-out RBI: Kuo.
|Polanco, R (L, 3-6)||2.0||9||7||7||0||1||0||6.86|
SWB W 4-1
|Mitchell (W, 11-9)||6.2||8||1||1||1||6||0||3.40|
|Proctor (H, 4)||1.1||0||0||0||0||2||0||1.61|
|Whelan (S, 23)||1.0||0||0||0||0||2||0||2.01|
Trenton L 11-8
|Stoneburner (L, 1-4)||5.1||11||9||4||1||1||2||3.80|
Tampa L 3-2 F/10
|Flannery (L, 3-1)||2.0||2||1||0||0||2||0||1.30|
Charleston L 5-2
|De Leon, K||RF||4||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||1||.219|
|Greene (L, 4-13)||6.0||6||4||4||5||7||0||4.14|
Staten Island – Cancelled
Gulf Coast L 7-2
|b- Pena, H||PH-CF||1||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||1||.240|
|Marte (L, 0-1)||0.2||6||6||6||0||0||0||81.00|
|De La Cruz, Jo||1.1||2||1||1||0||1||0||4.85|
SWB W 7-1
2B: Molina (5, Hacker), Parraz (28, Gutierrez), Lamb (10, Gutierrez).
HR: Molina (3, 5th inning off Hacker, 0 on, 2 out).
TB: Dickerson 2; Russo; Lamb 2; Laird; Parraz 2; Kruml; Molina 7; Bernier.
RBI: Parraz (47), Kruml (1), Molina 3 (20), Bernier (27), Dickerson (16).
2-out RBI: Molina 3; Bernier; Dickerson.
|Phelps, D (W, 5-6)||6.1||8||1||1||0||3||1||3.53|
Trenton L 16-3
2B: Joseph, Co (33, Hutchison), Maruszak (19, Hutchison), Mesa (20, LaMura).
TB: Joseph, Co 2; Baker, R; Lyerly; Mesa 2; Sublett; Maruszak 2; Mujica.
RBI: Lyerly (31), Mesa 2 (36).
2-out RBI: Mesa 2.
|Whitley (L, 3-4)||2.0||3||6||3||2||3||2||3.32|
Tampa W 4-3 F/7
2B: Almonte, A (22, Harman), Mustelier (9, Harman), Segedin (3, Harman).
TB: Almonte, A 2; Ibarra, W; Mustelier 4; Murton; Segedin 2; Johnson, C 2.
RBI: Mustelier 2 (14), Johnson, C (15), Blaser (2)
|Gil (W, 6-1)||6.2||5||3||3||0||3||2||3.65|
|Flannery (S, 17)||0.1||0||0||0||0||0||0||1.36|
Tampa W 6-2 F/7
2B: Almonte, A (23, Figueroa).
TB: Almonte, A 3; Mustelier; Medchill; Segedin; Hurst.
RBI: Hurst 2 (2), Almonte, A 2 (45), Ibarra, W (48), Mustelier (15).
2-out RBI: Mustelier.
|Sneed (W, 2-2)||2.0||2||0||0||0||2||0||3.00|
Charleston W 5-4 F/11
2B: Mojica (22, Celestino).
TB: Flores; De Leon, K 2; Grote; Mojica 3; Lassiter 2; Farnham.
RBI: Mojica 2 (38), Flores (55), Farnham (9).
2-out RBI: Mojica; Flores.
|Reyes, Y (W, 1-3)||1.0||1||1||1||1||0||0||5.18|
Staten Island W 3-1
2B: McCoy (3, Younginer).
TB: Williams, M; McCoy 2.
RBI: Williams, M (29).
|Oliver (W, 5-2)||6.0||4||1||1||1||5||0||3.56|
|Paullus (H, 4)||2.0||1||0||0||0||3||0||3.67|
|Wetherell (S, 3)||1.0||0||0||0||1||0||0||2.45|
Gulf Coast W 3-2
2B: Anderson, T (6, Duffey), Kuo (6, Duffey), Pena, H (4, Kickham), Lopez, Da (11, Kickham).
TB: Rosario, J; Lopez, Da 3; Tejeda, I; Kuo 3; Pena, H 3; Anderson, T 2.
RBI: Lopez, Da 2 (16), Pena, H (7).
2-out RBI: Lopez, Da 2.
|Rutckyj (W, 5-3)||5.0||3||0||0||3||3||0||4.76|
|Rodriguez, Ed (H, 3)||2.0||0||0||0||0||2||0||2.87|
|Isabel (H, 3)||1.1||1||2||1||3||3||0||4.00|
|Cowsert (S, 3)||0.2||1||0||0||0||1||0||2.21|