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Buffalo prevented a shutout in the win column on Tuesday.

Buffalo 7 Rochester 4
Binghamton 7 New Hampshire 5
TrI-City 4 Vancouver 3
Tampa 12 Dunedin 7


*** 3 Stars!!! ***

3. Manuel Beltre, Dunedin - 2/3, 2BB

2. Orelvis Martinez, New Hampshire - 2/4, 2HR, 3RBI

1. Dylan Rock, New Hampshire - 3/4, HR, 2 2B


Jordan Luplow had two doubles and was hit by a pitch. Cam Eden had a double among his two hits and Ernie Cliement had two hits and a walk. Davis Schneider iis hitting .317 in May to push his batting average to .262 and his OPS to .867. Drew Hutchison got the win but he gave up three runs on three hits and six walks while striking out three. Adam Cimber worked a scoreless one-hit inning with one whiff.

Jimmy Robbins also gave up two homers leading to three runs on four hits but he struck out six and walked nobody. Alejandro Melean gave up four runs in 1-2/3 innings to take the loss. Adrian Hernandez and Jimmy Robbins walked one batter and struck out two in their outings of 1-2/3 and 1-1/3 shutout innings respectively.

Michael Dominguez was dinged for four runs over four innings but had a 7-2 K/BB total. Naswell Paulino. Devereaux Harrison and T.J. Brock supplied shutout relief with Harrison putting up two zeros. Alan Roden had three hits and Cade Doughty drew four walks and had an RBI. Jommer Hernández went 2-for-3 with a walk and a stolen base but Vancouver was 1-for-14 with runners in scoring position.

Abiezel Ramirez clubbed a two-run home run and walked to boost his OPS to 1.012. Jaden Rudd had a hit, two walks and a stolen base. Peyton Williams doubled and walked and is now three points shy of a .800 OPS after a slow start. Rafael Ohashi was roughed up for eight runs over four innings, including a pair of dingers.
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bpoz - Wednesday, May 17 2023 @ 08:46 AM EDT (#428897) #
No minor league baseball in 2020 hurt a lot of players. Injuries in 2021/22 would also slow down development.

I Buffalo T Morris, Horowitz and C Eden all bring something to the table. Eden's batting numbers are not bad even though he was promoted aggressively. In yesterdays game he made a good running catch as the CF. Also good at SBs but I don't know how good his arm is. So he has a possible bench role in the majors like Jonathan Davis. I don't know how much Morris and Horowitz can provide.
Glevin - Wednesday, May 17 2023 @ 09:00 AM EDT (#428898) #
Beltre is maybe the only guy who looks a lot better than he did last year. Nice eye, doesn't K too much. Toman also is interesting. He Ks too much so far but he also walks and can play D. Orelvis has a BABIP of .078 which is insane. He is going to be a fairly low BABIP guy probably but last year it was .217. His April OPS was .409. His May so far is 1.126. I still don't have much faith but I have to hope he figured something out.
Mike Green - Wednesday, May 17 2023 @ 09:24 AM EDT (#428900) #
Adrian Pinto is 20, runs well and has a good grasp of the strike zone.  So far, he's been mostly a second baseman but has played a bit of centerfield.  No pop at all so far though. 
hypobole - Wednesday, May 17 2023 @ 09:42 AM EDT (#428901) #
I saw Cam Eden's catch as well and it was impressive. His route looked good and he covered a lot of ground before diving to snare the sinking liner in the left field gap. His issues are that he's been striking out far too much for a guy with little power.
bpoz - Wednesday, May 17 2023 @ 09:46 AM EDT (#428902) #
Congratulations on Dallas and Cooke getting promoted.

Relievers like Cooke, Burnette and Brock throw hard and K a lot of batters which gives success as 1 inning relievers. Cooke and Burnette are 2021 draft picks. Brock 2022.
Nigel - Wednesday, May 17 2023 @ 07:13 PM EDT (#428925) #
The "Mitch White - Lifeline" plan may need some rethinking. Getting absolutely shelled tonight.
GabrielSyme - Wednesday, May 17 2023 @ 10:01 PM EDT (#428935) #
Another strong start from Kloffenstein tonight, lowering his ERA to 2.31. His FIP and xFIP are also sub-3. He has to be getting a promotion by midseason at this rate.
hypobole - Wednesday, May 17 2023 @ 11:07 PM EDT (#428942) #
One more NH pitcher. Since his return from injury, Hagen Danner - 5 Games, 6.2 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 2 BB, 11K.
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