Las Vegas (5-3 win):
Scott Podsednik: 1-for-2, double, two walks. .220/.373/.366, 10 BB to 6 SO.
Brett Lawrie: 1-for-4. .342/.383/.550, has cooled off a bit, 5 BB to 24 SO.
Travis Snider: 2-for-4, double. .524/.630/.619, is doing everything but hitting home runs. How often will you see Snider having a higher OBP than SLG? 6 BB to 2 SO.
Dewayne Wise: 1-for-2, 2 walks. .372/.417/.558, 3 BB to 7 SO, homered the day before (which I didn't recap).
Eric Thames: 3-for-4, triple. .336/.413/.545, 9 BB to 22 SO, if we don't count the intentional walks.
Adam Loewen: 0-for-2, walk, strikeout. .247/.296/.449, 7 BB to 28 SO, homered the day before.
Luis Perez: 7 IP, 3 ER, 3 BB, 3 SO, lots of groundballs. I liked the idea of making him a reliever.New Hampshire (10-5 win):
Anthony Gose: 0-for-3, 2 walks. .224/.296/.265, 9 BB to 20 SO, which is okay, but hits the ball on the ground too often.
Moises Sierra: 1-for-4, home run, strikeout. .303/.345/.474, 4 BB to 9 SO, has 4 homers but just 1 double and no triples!
Michael McDade: 2-for-4, home run, (intentional) walk. .351/.388/.526, 5 uBB to 21 SO, has been on a tear lately.
John Tolisano: 2-for-5, double. .220/.324/.322, 9 BB to 17 SO, hasn't gotten as many at bats as the regulars.
Dunedin (3-1 win):
Deck McGuire: 6 IP, 0 ER, 2 BB, 7 SO. Only 26.7% (4 of 15) groundballs though, something that remains McGuire's biggest weakness. It's not that flyball pitchers can't survive in the majors, but it's pretty tough in the AL East.
A.J. Jimenez: 2-for-4, triple, strikeout. .344/.379/.500, 5 BB to 20 SO.
Aaron Hill: 1-for-3, hit by pitch, strikeout. Seems a bit old for the level at 29. Hope he's back soon.
Ryan Goins: 0-for-1, 2 walks. .238/.297/.381, has drawn 3 walks in the last 2 days, after he had drawn 4 in all of April.
Lansing (4-12 loss):
Jonathan Jones: 0-for-2, 2 walks. .255/.375/.319, 8 BB to 5 SO
Gustavo Pierre: 0-for-4, 2 strikeouts. .193/.260/.261, 8 BB to 25 SO, homered, doubled and walked on wednesday though.
Jake Marisnick: 2-for-4, home run, strikeout. .344/.434/.563, 11 BB to 22 SO, well on his way to becoming a top 100 prospect!
Marcus Knecht: 0-for-4, 2 strikeouts. .274/.366/.452, 7 BB to 18 SO, hitless in May (5 games) with 9 Ks in 17 ABs.
Michael Crouse: 0-for-3, 2 strikeouts. .235/.330/.519, 8 BB to 16 SO, homered and doubled on wednesday. 14 SB to just 1 CS, he's a real toolsy guy.
Casey Lawrence: 5.1 IP, 5 ER, 2 BB, 3 SO. Bad start for him. Unlikely to make it as a starter, given the depth of pitching prospects in the system.
Highest rated Lansing prospect after 2011?
Drew Hutchison (30 votes)
Jake Marisnick (140 votes)
Carlos Perez (67 votes)
Michael Crouse (10 votes)
247 total votes