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Lindblom signs with Dodgers

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Posted: 06/20/2008 9:28 PM

Lindblom signs with Dodgers 


Former Harrison and Purdue pitcher Josh Lindblom continued his quest towards the big leagues as he signed a contract with the L.A. Dodgers Friday night.

http://www.wlfi.com/Global/sto...p;nav=menu591_5
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Posted: 06/20/2008 9:34 PM

Delmonico eyes return to FSU 


Looks like Diamond was right, Delmonico is either not happy with his offer or he is posturing for more money.

http://www.tallahassee.com/app.../FSU06/80620015

 

Last edited 06/20/2008 9:35 PM by epicduck

Posted: 06/21/2008 8:59 AM

Re: Delmonico eyes return to FSU 


Dodgers should spend some big bucks and sign Zach Cox..they need someone with HR power and BAve potential . ..not  too may in the system.

Cox is one of the best HS hitters,... reminds me of  DeWitt (best HS hitter)whe he was taken back on 2004.. or so.

Posted: 06/21/2008 1:56 PM

Re: Delmonico eyes return to FSU 



colobrowns wrote: Dodgers should spend some big bucks and sign Zach Cox..they need someone with HR power and BAve potential . ..not  too may in the system.

Cox is one of the best HS hitters,... reminds me of  DeWitt (best HS hitter)whe he was taken back on 2004.. or so.
Scouts are questioning how much power Cox will actually have after not showing that much power his senior year.

That said, I would love to have him in the season but I probably wouldn't go for more than what we gave Preston Mattingly.

Posted: 06/21/2008 3:14 PM

Re: Delmonico eyes return to FSU 


Signing him for mattingly's level is fine for me...
I would just like to see us take a chance on some more hitting potential..esp with power..

Seems like Cox would be better than delmonico? thoughts anyone on who yo wouod choose..

Posted: 06/21/2008 3:35 PM

Re: Delmonico eyes return to FSU 


How about both? I think Delmonico is going to be our best catching prospect if he signs. His toughness, feel for the game arm strength and bat will make him an excellent catcher.

The Dodgers will have to dish out some money to get Cox signed. Around $1 million, plus college paid for should things in baseball not workout.

Posted: 06/21/2008 3:38 PM

Re: 2008 Draft Thread 


Delmonico was a horrible shortstop. Is he going to be a reliable backstop?

Posted: 06/21/2008 3:53 PM

Re: 2008 Draft Thread 


Delmonico was reportedly a very good catcher in high school. The Dodgers know a thing or two about targeting position players and making them into catchers. If Logan White believe in him as a catcher, I will trust him. Delmonico's toughness is unquestioned, and his father is a college head coach so he knows the game.

Posted: 06/21/2008 5:39 PM

Re: Delmonico eyes return to FSU 



colobrowns wrote:Seems like Cox would be better than delmonico? thoughts anyone on who yo wouod choose..
Tony D !

I took Cox off my Mock do to the fact that his ability to hit for more power scared some scouts away as did I as he plays third and I can't see a soft hitting third baseman going that high.

On top of that he wants to play games with a signing bonus ? Fine then im glad I took him off my final Mock feel free to go to College and when things don't work out and your drafted low this time do to low skills fine get paid less and play for another team.

Tony is a guy I had as a alternit on my Mocks but took him off as I didn't think we had a chance to get him. He dropped and we did, but now even he wants to play games ? You know what go back and do another year and see were that gets you. Some players do well and some don't im guessing he doesn't get picked higher then the 5th rd if he does go back.

But lets face it there getting paid a kings ransom to play a child's game and they bicker and act like this ?

Screw both of them and use the money to sign a pitcher we took higher but were not sure we could sign.

Chris Joyce might be a idea.

Lets face it I thought this draft would go HS wise for the Dodgers, it didn't and went College heavy instead. But that doesn't mean we should take it in the butt either because of it !

Posted: 06/23/2008 8:30 AM

Re: 2008 Draft Thread 



- Firstly, does anyone know (roughly) what has been offered to both Cox and Delmonico?

- Is Chris Joyce in any way related to Dodger Scout Lon Joyce?

Posted: 06/23/2008 9:01 AM

Re: 2008 Draft Thread 



DAS1410 wrote:Is Chris Joyce in any way related to Dodger Scout Lon Joyce?
I don't believe so.

Some info on him for thoughs that care:

Chris Joyce is a 2008 LHP/1B with a 6'0'', 190 lb. frame from Goleta CA, who attends Dos Pueblos HS. Selected as a Top Prospect. Stocky build, strong thick frame, can really pitch, excellent feel for the baseball, arm works easy, good tempo, very good three pitch mix, command of all, FB moves a lot, good down angle, some sink, can elevate with FB, throws CB with good arm speed, late downer action, swing and miss CB, can lock up hitters, CH has some sink, weekend guy, solid hitter, excellent oppo approach, flat plane, good hands, short to ball, good timing, ball exits well, spray hitter with some pop, good hands in field, strong arm, aggressive to bal, ballplayer that can really pitch, strong D1 prospect.

Focus Area
Comments
Fastball:Joyce can throw his fastball anywhere in the 88-93 mph range, though he sits comfortably at 90 mph.
Fastball movement:It has sink, tail and arm-side run.
Curve:He throws it in the 70-74 mph range and he's able to command it down in the zone.
Slider:It's a short, biting slider that he throws 79-84 mph.
Changeup:He throws a split or fork change at 77-83 mph. He can sink it and fade it to the arm side.
Control:He's solid average across the board. At times his fastball command is erratic and he misses high and away to his arm side, but he's got plus command with his other offerings.
Poise:He knows how to pitch and has a bulldog mentality. He goes right after hitters and works quickly.
Physical Description:With a roundish body in a relatively small frame, he isn't the prototypical projectable high school pitcher.
Medical Update:Healthy.
Strengths:A four-pitch mix he knows how to use and throw for strikes; a competitive nature on the mound and the ability to work quickly and go right after hitters.
Weaknesses:There's little to no projection; his fastball command sometimes is erratic.
Summary:Don't let the body type fool you. Joyce really knows how to pitch. He's an advanced high school lefty who has four pitches and is willing to throw any of them at any point in the count. He's a bulldog on the mound who goes right after hitters. There may not be much projection, but what's already there is a guy who's already pretty good, the type of high school arm that could move quickly and settle into the back of a rotation.

Posted: 06/24/2008 1:45 PM

Re: 2008 Draft Thread 


Signings with confirmed bonus money

061 - RH Josh Lindholm -------------- $650,000.00

093 - RF Kyle Russell --------------- $410,000.00
127 - SS Devaris Strange-Gordon ----- $250,000.00
157 - RH Jon Michael Redding -------- $178,000.00
247 - CF Nick Buss ------------------ $ 95,000.00
277 - 1B Steven Caseres ------------- $250,000.00

 

Last edited 06/26/2008 10:19 AM by DAS1410

Posted: 06/25/2008 4:04 PM

Re: 2008 Draft Thread 


Any news of where Withrow is?  Have not seen him pitch yet.  Watt is struggling so far but still early.  Any news to report of Ethan Martin being signed anytime soon?  Also what are our chances of signing Chris Joyce Nathan Eovaldi?  Last question when can we expect St. Claire to sign.  Any body have any news on new draft signings.  Thanks for any info.

Posted: 06/25/2008 8:53 PM

Re: 2008 Draft Thread 


Did anyone catch the CWS tonight?  Allison looked TERRIBLE!!  I don't like his form, his release point, his location.....he just didn't have it tonight.   I guess he's hurt and that kills his form, but I hope he's not destined for surgery.

Posted: 06/26/2008 7:23 AM

Re: 2008 Draft Thread 


^ I saw it, eh, could have just been nerves.  He only pitched to two batters, but with it being the 9th inning of the national championship game, with a 5 run lead and their closer warmed up and ready, his coach couldn't afford to give him leeway to get it worked out.

Posted: 06/26/2008 2:59 PM

Re: 2008 Draft Thread 


The Dodgers have signed 18 of their 2008 draft selections and sent them to Ogden in the Pioneer League and the Dodgers of the Gulf Coast League. #14 OF Lenell McGee and #30 Garrett Green have not been assigned.
Right-hander Josh Lindblom, a closer from Purdue University, wasn't supposed to have to travel far after being signed last week to a $650,000 bonus. Lindblom was assigned to Great Lakes, which plays in the heart of Big Ten country in Midland, Mich.

But Lindblom did end up flying across the country anyway, because Dodgers assistant player development director Chris Haydock invited him to Los Angeles to check out Dodger Stadium. Lindblom hung out during batting practice and had a conversation with Dodgers rookie third baseman Blake DeWitt, the two discovering they actually played against each other on a travel team in the Midwest during the summer of 2004.

"I have never been here or seen the stadium before," said Lindblom, the Dodgers 2008 second-round pick. "It's an awesome experience. It definitely puts a hunger in your stomach that makes you want to get back here."

Lindblom is the club's only draft pick who wasn't assigned to Rookie ball.

Logan White, the Dodgers' assistant general manager for scouting, said last week that he "felt like pushing him a little bit."

"I was a little bit surprised," said Lindblom, who will fly to Lansing, Mich., this morning and join the Loons in time for their road game there tonight. "I was supposed to go to Ogden, and that would have been a little different scenery. But it will be good to be close to home so my family can see me play, and the competition level will probably be little bit higher there."

The plan is to convert Lindblom to starting after he builds up his pitch count.

After telling Florida State coaches throughout the season that he planned to skip his senior season to enter professional baseball, Tony Delmonico may play for the Seminoles in 2009.

?Tony Delmonico was selected by the Dodgers in the sixth round of the MLB draft earlier this month.

The complete list:
 Signed:
#2 - ?RHP Josh Lindblom, Great Lakes
#3 - ?OF Kyle Russell, Ogden
#4 - ?RHP Devaris Strange-Gordon, Ogden
#5 - ?RHP Jon Michael Redding, Ogden
#8 - ?OF Nick Buss, Ogden
#9 - ?1B Steven Caseres, Ogden
#13 - ?1b Albert Golder, GC Dodgers
#14 - ?OF Lenell McGee, Mt. Carmel
#15 - ?OF Clay Calfee, Ogden
#18 - ?RHP Carl Webster, GC Dodgers
#23 - ?2B Brian Ruggiano, Texas A&M
#24 - ?LHP Roberto Feliciano, GC Dodgers
#25 - ?OF Jerry Sands, GC Dodgers
#28 - ?LHP Jordan Roberts, Ogden
#30 - ?2B Garrett Green, San Diego State, CA
#32 - ?3B Shan Sullivan, GC Dodgers
#36 - ?OF Jake New, GC Dodgers
#45 - ?C Ryan Arp, Ogden

LADugout.com

Posted: 06/26/2008 4:09 PM

Re: 2008 Draft Thread 


Washie, who are the draft and follow guys?  Or do we have that anymore?  I know a couple of years ago there was some sort of revision to the draft rules and I forget what that was about.

Posted: 06/26/2008 4:23 PM

Re: 2008 Draft Thread 


They got rid of that, we have to a assigned date to sign who we want !

Posted: 06/26/2008 7:43 PM

Re: 2008 Draft Thread 


Hey Guys,
Obviously we'd hate to see any draft picks go to waste, but other than obviously our 1st round pick, which of the unsigned draftees do you consider must sign picks?

Posted: 06/26/2008 8:37 PM

Re: 2008 Draft Thread 



Dodgfan wrote: Hey Guys,
Obviously we'd hate to see any draft picks go to waste, but other than obviously our 1st round pick, which of the unsigned draftees do you consider must sign picks?
To me other then Martin the must have pick is Eovaldi. I've been told he can hit 97. Thats good enough for me ! Guys I hope we give very strong looks to:

#1 - RHP Ethan Martin, Stephens County High, GA
 #6 - SS Tony Delmonico, Florida State   
 #7 - LHP Bruce Cole, Rice
#10 - RHP Chris Joyce, Dos Pueblos HS, Goleta, CA
#11 - LHP Nathan Eovaldi, Alvin HS, Texas
#16 - OF Kyle Conley, Washington
#33 - OF Melvin Ray, North Florida Christian
#35 - RHP Adam Westmorland, Brookland-Cayce, SC
#37 - RHP Will Clinard, East Robertson, Tenn
#41 - 3B/C Jett Bandy, Thousand Oaks, CA
#43 - OF Greg Zebrack, Campbell Hall, CA

Posted: 06/27/2008 12:43 PM

Re: 2008 Draft Thread 


Jonathan Runnels-#29 is on the Ogden roster.  Now, we need to ink his former teammate (St. Clair).  St. Clair physically reminded me of Jim Abbott on the hill during the CWS.  I thought that he threw well, just was beaten by aluminum bats and bad defense.

Posted: 06/27/2008 2:12 PM

Re: 2008 Draft Thread 


Dodgers draft Parkland's Weiss

Pitching prospect Big day capped by call from legend Tommy Lasorda.

By Mandy Housenick | Of The Morning Call June 7, 2008 Looks like Parkland High School senior Cody Weiss has a new wallpaper for his cell phone.

The Los Angeles Dodgers drafted the hard-throwing, right-handed pitcher Friday in the 26th round of Major League Baseball's first-year player draft.

''I was jumping up and down when I saw my name on the computer,'' said Weiss, who stood still just long enough to snap a picture of the announcement with his cell phone. ''I tried to stay cool on the phone [with scout Claire Rierson], but as soon as I hung up, I was going nuts.''

From the middle to the end of the season, up to a dozen scouts watched Weiss every game he took the mound. His pitches were regularly clocked between 91 and 95 mph, said Parkland coach Tony Galucy, who added that Weiss appeared to have been throwing that hard all season.

''Our coaching staff was standing behind him one day early in the season while he threw a bullpen session under the lights, and it was impressive,'' Galucy said. ''It got to the point where, when some of our kids were batting off him, it was comical.''

There was nothing funny about the way Weiss, who's 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs 190 pounds, dealt with the pressure of having a dozen Major League scouts hovering over him.

''We had a game at Limeport [Stadium], and he goes to warm up and you see all these guys flock around him,'' Galucy said. ''I was concerned with how he would handle all that, and he handled it unbelievably. I don't know how a 17-year-old can stand on the mound and see 12 [radar] guns raise up and be OK with it.''

Weiss, the 787th pick overall, was hanging out with friends and teammates Luke Jaindl, Tom Plessl and Dan Moller when he got the news. He said that more than an hour later, he was still responding to the more than 50 text messages and voice mails he got.

But he was most excited when the person on the other end of the line was Hall of Famer and former Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda, a Norristown native who led Los Angeles to two World Series titles.

''That was a conversation I'll never forget,'' said Weiss, who helped Parkland win its second consecutive Lehigh Valley Conference title this year. ''He said he was very glad to get me, that he can't wait to meet me and that I have to represent Pennsylvania for him.''

After struggling with his control his junior year, Weiss put up fantastic numbers this season. In 401/3 innings pitched, he was 4-1 with a 0.52 ERA. He struck out 46 and walked just seven. For his career, he threw 691/3 innings with a 1.51 ERA. He fanned 100 and was 7-1.

''Without a doubt, his biggest change was his maturity and confidence,'' Galucy said. ''In the past, he always had a great arm. But if he walked a guy, he couldn't seem to recover and get out of the jam. This year was a complete turnaround. Things never fazed him.''

Weiss, who throws a curveball, change-up and slider besides his fastball, comes from a family with a rich baseball history. His grandfather, Fred Weiss, played minor league ball for the Cincinnati Reds. His father, Dale Weiss, was invited to try out for the Reds. Although he didn't make it, he went on to star in the Tri-County League and eventually was inducted into Tri-County's Hall of Fame.

Because Weiss already had a scholarship from LaSalle University in Philadelphia, he has a decision to make. He and his family will meet with team representatives in the next couple of days to discuss the terms of a contract.

'It has to be enough [money] for me to walk away from college,'' Weiss said. ''If they give me a low amount, I'll probably say I'll wait three more years.''

http://www.mcall.com/news/local/all-a1_5weiss.6448966jun07,0,1255514.story

Posted: 06/28/2008 8:17 AM

Re: 2008 Draft Thread 


Washie thanks for keeping us up to date on all these guys...

I enjoy reading about them..

Posted: 06/28/2008 3:15 PM

Matt Magill signs with Dodgers 


""From a 2007 Article, this article was before the 2008 draft. This article was just a interview he gave saying what school he would go to if not drafted. This story is for back info on said player not to confuse people in to thinking hes going to College. Hes signed by the Dodgers according to BA.""


A senior right handed pitcher out of Royal High School Simi Valley, California, Matt Magill told StudentSportsBaseball.com that he gave his verbal to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. He will play in the Big West Conference when he arrives on the Central California Coast next fall.

"The school has strong academics and a great location," Magill remarked of his choice. Cal Poly is one of two Polytechnic schools in the California State University system.

Last season the Mustangs went 32-24 last season with a Big West Conference record of 13-8. They just fell short of making the NCAA Baseball Tournament last season, in which the Big West sent four teams.

"I like that they are a competitive team in the Big West Conference and have one of the toughest preseason schedules. The overall package fit me very well," he said. He believes that Cal Poly's coaching staff will take him to the next level. He is also looking forward to the opportunity to play against some of the best teams in college baseball.

He made his decision back in August, before he played in the 2007 Area Code Games as a member of the Arizona Diamondbacks. "I called Coach Lee the Saturday before the games."

Magill was one of the few players who was cut from one team to only be picked up by another. When the door closed on the opportunity to play with the Brewers, another door opened with the Diamondbacks. "I was excited when I received the call."

He described his experience at Area Code as amazing because he had the chance to play against elite competition. "It was awesome to be standing on the mound at Blair field with hundreds of pro and college scouts watching."

Magill has had a successful summer in 2007 throwing 29 innings, striking out 35 and posting an ERA of 1.69. "My expectations are to help my team get to CIF finals, keep my ERA below 1.0 and break school and personal records," he said of his personal goals for 2008.

Right now, Magill is training to improve his core strength and his leg strength. "I think it's important to always push yourself to do better and never get comfortable."

Now that the decision is made, Magill does not have to worry about the pressures of finding a school and a place to play. He noted that he received interest from many fine Division 1 college programs, like Clemson, UC Irvine, and LMU to name a few. "I visited most of the schools and met with the coaches all within a two week period in July. It was stressful and overwhelming but a dream come true."

"I feel very fortunate to have been given the opportunity to make an early decision."

http://studentsports.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=722247

Matt Magill, Sr., RHP, 6-2, 170, R/R, Simi Valley, CA (Royal HS)
Magill compiled an 8-2 record and 2.24 ERA last spring as a junior under head coach Dan Maye at Royal High School, striking out 55 batters in 50 innings. Magill earned second-team All-Marmonte League honors, competed in the Area Code Games last summer and played for the SoCal All-Stars. Magill hit .269 for the Highlanders with nine doubles and 23 RBIs as Royal finished 18-8 overall and third in the Marmonte League with an 8-6 mark. He chose Cal Poly after visiting numerous other Division I schools, including Big West members Long Beach State, UC Irvine and Pacific, because “the school has strong academics and is in a great location. The overall package fit me very well.”

http://www.calpolymustangs.com/index.php?p=sports&tab=news&id=29871&article_id=13611

Last edited 06/28/2008 10:01 PM by washie

Posted: 06/28/2008 4:38 PM

Re: Matt Magill signs 


Well, that makes the score Cal Poly SLO 2, Dodgers 0.  First Luke Yoder, now Matt Magill.  That sucks!!

Posted: 06/28/2008 5:27 PM

Re: Matt Magill signs with Dodgers 


No he signs with the Dodgers, he signed to go to College but he came to terms with the Dodgers acording to Baseball America. I posted that article from 2007 so people could have some back info on him, not that hes going to school.

Last edited 06/28/2008 5:28 PM by washie

Posted: 06/28/2008 10:10 PM

Jett Bandy has not signed yet, just back info 


2006 article on Jett Bandy. He has not signed yet and may not as hes a ASU recruite but just incase heres some old info on him.

No sophomore slump for Thousand Oaks slugger Bandy
By Steve Ames Special to the Thousand Oaks Acorn

Jett Bandy
In his second year on the Thousand Oaks varsity baseball team, sophomore Jett Bandy has already established himself as major contributor.

Playing all 14 games through last weekend, Bandy was the Lancers' team leader with a .413 batting average on 19 hits in 46 atbats. He's pounded out four doubles, two triples and two home runs in addition to scoring nine runs and knocking in 12 RBI.

"I'm just starting to get used to the pitching," Bandy said. "When I was younger, it was a pretty big step up (to the varsity) for me. Now this year, I am starting to get the hang of it and I'm swinging pretty well. I'm trying to see the ball and hit it."

TOHS first-year head coach Frank Mutz is delighted to have Bandy on the team and has enjoyed watching his early progress. Mutz said when he took over the team last fall, he had to evaluate the players and a lot of that has to do with players' makeup.

"The thing I liked about this kid is he's very enthusiastic about playing the game," Mutz said. "He shows up every day with a smile on his face. He works hard . . . that's what makes him a great player."

Mutz said Bandy reminds him of the zeal shown by Jack Wilson of the Pittsburgh Pirates, a former Thousand Oaks baseball player.

"The reason that Jack Wilson is such a great baseball player is that he's enthusiastic for the game," Mutz said. "And money, or the game itself, is not going to bring Jack down because he loves to play.

"Jett is the same way. He gives the coaches everything he possibly can. He never complains and he's a great kid to be around, a great kid to coach," Mutz said.

Bandy, a 6-foot-5, 200-pound third baseman, bats right and throws right. Prior to joining the Lancers last season, he played for the Conejo Valley Mavericks, coached by Steve Henson.

The biggest adjustment from travel ball to the varsity level, Bandy said, was that the varsity game is much quicker.

"In between innings before, you'd have little huddles and talk when you're younger," he said. "Now it's just get up, swing the bat, hit the ball and you're back on the field just like that."

As he made the transition from travel ball to high school, Bandy said it was pretty tough to be a freshmen on the varsity.

"You've got to get the guy's respect first," he said. "I was a younger kid. They really didn't have too much respect for me because I was a younger freshman. I had a couple of games. I proved myself and my ability and now they have a little bit more respect for me."

He didn't anticipate making the varsity last season.

"I just came out and was trying to do the best I could to the best of my abilities," he said. "(Former) coach Rod Stillwell thought I was good enough to play on the varsity squad."

This season, more comfortable in his role, Bandy said good things are beginning to happen.

"I'm just trying to see (the ball) and hit it and field ground balls and do whatever I'm capable of doing," he said. "It's a lot different playing. I'm getting used to it now."

As the season progresses, Bandy is also moving into a position of leadership. A key player for the Lancers, Bandy wants to draw on his experience and help the younger guys in the future.

"I think it's going to go pretty well because I was in their spot," Brandy said. "I'm going to know how the younger guys are going to feel when they're coming up. I'll know how it feels, and I'll treat them like I was treated when I was younger."

Mutz said Bandy will lead the Thousand Oaks baseball program for the next few years. "At the beginning of the

year, I thought his swing was long," Mutz said. "He worked real hard in the batting cage with coach (Don) Meinhold and he shortened up his swing, and that's why he's leading our team in hitting."

The coach also said Bandy is starting to fill out, so his power is starting to develop and his speed is improving.

"I think that's a coordination thing for a kid to be so big at 16 years old," Mutz said. "When all that comes together, I think by the middle or end of the summer, all that stuff will be complete for him."

http://www.toacorn.com/news/2006/0413/Sports/079.html
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Posted: 06/29/2008 7:34 PM

The Dodgers signed 12th-round draft pick Austin Yount 


Yount is now signed. I updated the list on pg 38

http://www.pe.com/sports/baseb...29.495b489.html

Last edited 06/29/2008 7:35 PM by epicduck

Posted: 06/29/2008 8:32 PM

Back info on Jordan Roberts 



DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Embry-Riddle senior, Jordan Roberts, learned on Friday that he will be able to extend his playing career as he was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in Major League Baseball’s first-year player draft on Friday. Roberts was picked in the 28th round as the second day of the draft came to a close at the Milk House at Disney’s Wide World of Sports Complex.

A first team All-American, Roberts ended his two-year career with the Blue and Gold with a 21-7 overall record. The ace of the Eagles’ pitching staff in 2008, he finished 12th in the NAIA in ERA with a 1.94 and 24th in strikeouts per game with 10.10 strikeouts per nine innings pitched. The southpaw led the Eagles in innings pitched (120.1) and strikeouts (135). He pitched seven complete games and recorded four shutouts en route to earning All-Conference and All-Region honors.

http://daytona.embryriddlesports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=47796&SPID=4503&DB_OEM_ID=11500&ATCLID=1478579

Posted: 06/30/2008 3:23 PM

Re: 2008 Draft Thread 



colobrowns wrote:

Washie thanks for keeping us up to date on all these guys...

I enjoy reading about them..

No prob, just let me know any time if theres a player you want info and ill see what I can do !
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