Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by Shaw, Nov 15, 2011.
Now that was a blue chip prospect.
Well, Joc seems to have taken a liking to the PCL. Of course, what batter hasn't?
He's gonna tear up that league, even by their standards.
It's what I hate about sending him to AAA but I had a hunch that the Dodgers are using humidors and I was correct.
Because the humidor at Coors works so well...
It's better than the way things used to be at least.
I already hate playing there as it is. Can't even imagine how it used to be.
4-4, 2 2B
1.2 IP, 2 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 2 K
Dare I say it? Dee is turning the corner. Maybe Guerrero should start taking some ground balls at 3b just in case!
edit: i'm an idiot, wrong thread
Give it a month.
Then determine the degree of idiocy.
Good starts tonight by Windle, Reed, and Lee. And Seager is showing that he doesn't plan to stay in Rancho for long.
3.1 IP, 3 H, 3 ER, 5 BB, 4 K
While both Anderson and Windle dominated low-A ball last year, it would appear that Anderson is struggling a bit with the promotion to Rancho while Windle has had no problem transitioning. The number that sticks out the most is walks. Windle has issued none, while Anderson has 10 in just 8 innings. Hopefully he finds that control soon.
Here is Alex Guerrero's first career Isotopes HR.
He followed that scorching debut with a 3-3, 2 RBI performance.
Good to see. Unfortunately Urias got roughed up again for Rancho. Not sure what's going on with him.
Eh, he still missed bats. Plus he's 17 pitching against 20+ year olds
Just a bad outing.. nothing to be concerned about
A Dodger minor league pitcher having trouble with walks??? Frankly I am shocked! Thanks for that update seriously.
That was a fricken atom bomb even for the PCL, VERY nice.
That was launched. No doubt about it. That give us reason to be excited at what Alex Guerrero can do. He also hit another HR yesterday.
How he got his job I have no idea.
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