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We did tell you that Cory Adamson’s (above) slow start was nothing to worry about, that he would soon start to make an impression at the plate. Well yesterday he went 1-4, scored a run and an RBI. Today he went even better going 2-4, including a double and scored twice, and so getting a hit in his last 4 games, too soon to call it a streak but heading in the right direction. So after 8 games he’s hitting .300.
Tim Atherton had his 2nd outing for Cedar Rapids today coming on in the 5th with the Rapids in the lead 7-0. Errors in the field behind him made it tough on Tim who finished his one inning giving up 4 hits and 4 runs, but none of them earned whilst Cedar Rapids held off Clinton to win 7-6.
David Kandilas was 0-3 yesterday but hit 1-3 today and scored Modesto’s only run in their 6-1 loss to Lancaster. He is currently hitting .317.
Boss Moanaroa has certainly gone off the boil this week. He went 0-4 both yesterday and today and has now gone hitless in his last 5 games lowering his average to .200.
Corey Adamson (left) appears to have got it altogether in the batters box at last going 3-4 today, making it 5-8 in his last two games. In Ft Wayne’s 9-1 win over Lake County Corey went 3-4, scoring a run and collecting 2RBI raising his average to .273.
Hopefully this year he will hit well enough to stay with the Tin Caps for the whole season. Last year he started with the Tin Caps but struggled at the plate hitting .111 (9-81) in 29 games before being sent back down to extended spring training and did not make it back to Fort Wayne. He played in 66 games with Short-Season A Eugene, hitting .240 with 1HR and 24RBI. He had a .327 on-base percentage and 15 stolen bases.
David Kandilas had a productive day for Modesto as they defeated Lancaster 4-1. He went 2-4 and scored a run. He is hitting .343.
Boss Moanaroa proves that things can change suddenly in this game. After getting a hit in each of his first 6 games he has now gone hitless in his last 3. After going 0-3 in both games of a double header today he is hitting .276.
Ryan Searle came on in the 5th for Daytona with the bases loaded and one out. He did give up a double which allowed two runs to score (not his runs in the stats or course) but then retired the side with no further damage. He then went on threw 3 scoreless innings in what ended up being an 11th inning loss to Clearwater who scored 5 runs in their 11th to win 14-9.
We mentioned that Stefan Welch was struggling with the bat and the next day he broke his drought quite convincingly. We then commented on Corey Adamson’s lack of success at the plate – so today he went out and hit 2-4, scored 2 runs, got 1RBI and stole a base in Ft Wayne’s 9-7 loss to West Michigan. We hope that this is the start for the talented Corey.
Josh Warner was charged with the loss for Lakewood in their 6-0 loss to Hagerstown. He lasted five innings, giving up four runs (three earned) on six hits, while walking two and striking out three.
Boss Moanaroa was 0-3 for Greenville today.
Boss Moanaroa and David Kandilas are having an impressive start to their respective seasons.
David was only 1-4 today in Modesto’s 3-2 win over the delightfully named Rancho Cucamonga. We say only because he has been making a habit of multi hit games this first week. He also had an RBI and is hitting .435 at present.
Boss is travelling well over at Greenville, going 2-4 with a double, scoring a run and collecting his first RBI in his Team’s 5-4 loss to Hickory. He is hitting .375.
Corey Adamson is struggling a little at Ft Wayne going 0-4 today. He is 1-14 so far but based on the way he hit in the ABL he will soon change all that. It’s only a matter of time.
Corey Adamson went 1-2 with a double for the Tincaps in their 8-3 loss to Great Lakes. Corey also collected 3 walks.
Tim Atherton had a memorable start to his season when he threw a scoreless 9th, walking one but striking out three. Tim and the two previous Cedar Rapid pitchers combined to no hit Beloit with the final score being 9-1.
David Kandilas is enjoying his first week of the season going 3-5 today in Modesto’s 5-2 win over the Inland Empire. He hit a triple, had 1RBI and scored 2 runs. After 4 games he has a team leading .474 batting average.
Cameron Lamb is already showing why the Astros grabbed him under the Rule V draft during the off season. In his 2nd outing he picked up the Win when he came on in the 12th with 2 out and 2 on. He quickly finished the inning and threw a scoreless 13th not allowing a hit in his 1.1 innings.
Boss Moanaroa was 1-3 with a double for Greenville in their 5-0 loss to Charleston.
Corey Adamson’s Ft Wayne blitzed Great Lakes 13-0 today but Corey didn’t make much of a contribution going 0-5.
David Kandilas is off to a wonderful start to his season going 2-4 today, scoring a run and bringing his Average to .429 after 3 games.
Cameron Lamb had his first outing with his new club (remember he was claimed in the Rule V draft going from the Giants to the Astros). He got the Save today coming on in the 11th inning facing 4 hitters, allowing one hit but no runs.
Boss Moanaroa was 1-3 for the Greenville Drive, collecting a walk and scoring a run in the Drive’s 8-4 win over Charleston.
David Kandilas had a pretty impressive start to his season today in what turned into a 12 inning marathon for David’s Modesto Nuts who went down to the Inland Empire 5-4. David went 4-6 including a double.
Corey Adamson was 0-3, scoring one run and collecting two walks in his Ft Wayne 5-2 win over Great Lakes.
Corey Adamson won the game for the Eugene Emeralds with a bases loaded walk off single in the 10th to give the Emeralds a 5-4 victory over Spokane and propel them into 1st place in the League. Corey went 2-5 with 2RBI for the game. He is hitting .245.
Darryl George went 3-5, including a double, for the Princeton Rays in their 6-4 loss to the Elizabethton Twins. Darryl is hitting .260. For E’Town Josh Hendricks was 0-5.
Boss Moanaroa was 3-4 for Greenville Drive in their 9-1 drubbing by Kannapolis. He has hit well this week with his 2-5 against the Asheville Tourist 2 days ago. He is hitting .357.
Talking of the Tourists, David Kandilas hit his 4th home run today for Asheville against Savannah. His 2RBI bomb and 1-3 effort has him hitting .361.
Perth players Corey Adamson, Allan de San Miguel and Matt Kennelly played well at their respective levels yesterday.
Corey, who is in Short Season A had a very productive day going 4-5, scoring a run and pounding out 2 doubles in the process. Over the last 10 games he is hitting .364.
At High A, Allan is on a 5 game hitting streak for the Frederick Keys. Yesterday he was 2-4, scored a run, doubled and was credited with 1RBI in the Keys’ 5-2 win over Carolina. In fact Allan has hit in 9 of his last 10 games and is .295 for the season with Frederick.
At AA, Matt is also on a streak having hit safely in his last 7 games for the Mississippi Braves. Yesterday in the Braves 4-2 win over Jackson Matt went 2-3, scoring a run and in the process hitting an RBI double. For his last 10 games he is hitting a phenomenal .517.
As we mentioned earlier Luke Hughes failed to get a hit yesterday in AAA so bringing his streak to a close after 10 games. Luke did tweet his thanks to the large contingent of Australians who came out to his game in Las Vegas and said he was sorry that he didn’t put on a better performance for them.
Matt Kennelly is in good form at the moment it seems. He was 2-3 today with 2 doubles and this August he is hitting .500 in 10ABs and is hitting .419 over his last 10 games.
Corey Adamson has been a bit quiet of late but he let go with 2 doubles in a 2-3 day, scoring 1 run and collecting 2RBI in his last outing.
James Brooks has also been hitting well since being sent to the GCL. He is on a 4 game hitting streak, going 2-4 with a double today raising his AVG to .316.