The Snappers have gone 7-3 over their past ten games, and they have gotten some really great pitching. Top prospect Aaron Hicks is really seeing the ball well, and they have moved to 1.5 games out of first place in the Midwest League Western Division.
Aaron Hicks: .545 BA, 18H, 12R, 2HR, 5RBI
Angel Morales: .303 BA, 10H, 2HR, 7RBI
Brian Dozier: .270 BA, 10H, 7R, 6RBI
Liam Hendriks: 2GS, 11IP, 14K, BB, 1ER, 1-0
Edgar Ibarra: 4G, 1-0, SV, 7.1IP, 9K
Daniel Osterbrock: 2GS, 1-0, 13.1IP, 14K, 3BB
Fort Myers Miracle
The Miracle have struggled through their past ten games, winning only four, as the bats have not really come alive for them this season. Their pitching has been solid overall, as Kyle Gibson has led the way, but they need more production up and down the lineup.
Evan Bigley: .323 BA, 10H, 3R, 5RBI
Nicholas Romero: .323BA, 10H, 3R, HR, 4RBI
Chris Herrmann: .281BA, 9H, 5R, 2RBI
Kyle Gibson: 2GS, 1-0, 14IP, 10K, ER, 5H
Bobby Lanigan: 2GS, 1-0, 11.2IP, 11K, ER
Bruce Pugh: 2GS, 1-1, 13IP, 15K
New Britain Rock Cats
The Cats have been dreadful over the past ten games, and are really struggling as a whole in 2010. The offense has been miserable, as they have hit to a .201 team average in the past week and a half, and they are losing ground fast in the Eastern League.
Ben Revere: .367BA, 11H, 4R
Rene Tosoni: .342BA, 13H, 5R, 4RBI, HR
Mark Dolenc: .292BA, 7H, 2R, 4RBI
Rochester Red Wings
Losing Luke Hughes to the Minnesota Twins is going to hurt the Red Wings lineup, though they have hit well as a team without him in 2010. They need to get some better pitching, and some more consistency in the lineup, which will lead to more wins. They have won only four of their last ten games.
Jason Repko: .382BA, 13H, 4R, HR, 4RBI
Trevor Plouffe: .325BA, 13H, 9R, 4RBI, HR
Danny Valencia: .286BA, 12H, 5R, 4RBI
Matthew Fox: 5G, 6.2IP, 6K, ER
Jeff Manship: 2GS, 2-0, 12IP, 4K, 3ER
Anthony Slama: 6G, 3SV, 7.1IP, 7K, 0ER