Tuesday, April 19, 2011


• Salt Lake: The red hot Jeff Baisley had five hits and is sporting a .511/.529/.915 slash line in his first 50 plate appearances for Salt Lake. Alexi Amarista went 3-6 on the night is now batting .483 through eight games this season. The  diminutive one has also clubbed two home runs and three doubles on the young season, though he's always possessed some pop. Michael Kohn (4.15) blew the save for the Bees, giving up a run on two hits in an inning of work. Jeremy Berg (4.50) notched his W for the Bees, though he gave up a run on two hits over two 2/3 innings of relief work.  In his first of two rehab starts Erick Aybar went 1 for 4.

• Arkansas: Mike Trout had a nice line, going 3-6 with a double and game-tying home run, but according to AngelsWin.com member in attendance ClubMVP claims it could have been even better. "Scariest thing about that line, he could have just as easily been 5-6 with three homers, a double, and a single. Frisco CF robbed a HR from Mike in the 10th and made a catch on the track in the 6th." Trout even played a role in winning the game, playing a little small ball (Scioscia cracked a smile when he received the news). Trout bunted over Adam Younger who lead off the bottom of the 15th inning with a double, followed by the game winning Luis Jimenez single to drive Younger home in the Travs 4-3 win. Garrett Richards scattered 10 hits over eight solid innings, giving up just two runs, walking none. Steven Geltz (3.00) gave up a run over two innings of work, but struck out three.

• Inland Empire: Jean Segura who topped our AngelsWin.com Prospect Hotlist yesterday, continued his hot-hitting going 2 for 4 with a triple and two runs scored on Monday night. Segura is now sporting a .412/.474/.579 slash line to go along with six stolen bases. Dillon Baird also went 2 for 4 on the night and is hitting .372 to go along with .698 slugging pct. through 12 games. David Carpenter, the 66'ers closer who has yet to give up a run, saved his second game on the season.

• Cedar Rapids: Andrew Heid (.306) went 1-4 on the night and drove in two runs on the night, and Ricky Alvarez (.316) contributed two hits, while scoring twice in route to a 4-3 victory over the Clinton Lumberkings. Travis Witherspoon (.268) who had been streaking, cooled off going 0-3 on the night, though he did walk. Suammy Baez started and went five innings, scattering seven hits, giving up two earned runs. Baez struck out three and allowed just one free pass.
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