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By Sean Kernan/Daytona Beach News
Daytona Cubs hurler Ryan Searle was named Monday as the first Florida State League Pitcher of the Week for the 2013 season.
The first honor actually covered an 11-day period from April 4-14, and during that time Searle was 1-0 with in 8 1/3 scoreless innings, allowing just three hits and one walk while striking out 10 batters in two long relief appearances. Opponents batted a meager .107 against him.
The 6-foot, 210-pound righty went 6-3 with a 4.22 ERA in 32 games for Daytona last season before getting promoted to Double-A Tennessee, where he was 1-2 with a 4.07 ERA. He finished the year at Triple-A Iowa, going 1-0 in 6 2/3 scoreless innings over two appearances.
Searle, 23, is in his sixth year of pro baseball. The native Australian resides in Narangba, a suburb north of Brisbane, Queensland, in the offseason and recently represented his country on the national team in the World Baseball Classic.
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.
David Kandilas went 0-4 with 2Ks in Modesto Nuts 4-3 loss to Inland Empire.
Boss Moanaroa has returned to Greenville and went 1-2 with a double and 2 walks and 1 run in Greenville’s 4-2 win over Charleston.
Ryan Searle started his season with a win when he came on in the 5th with 1 out and 2 on. He immediately finished the inning with 2Ks and then went on to throw 4-2 innings for 2H, 0R, 6K. The Daytona Cubs blanked Brevard County 8-0 and that gave the win to Ryan.
Josh Warner was the starting pitcher for Lakewood today and threw 5 innings for 4H, 2R, 1BB, 7K. He came out with the score 2-1 to Kannapolis who went on to win 5-4.
After a somewhat lean August for Stefan Welch September has started well. In his 1st Sept. game he hit a home run and in his 2nd he went 2-5 with 2 doubles, scored 2 runs and had 1RBI.
Ryan Searle threw a solid game for the Daytona Cubs going 6 innings and giving up 2 runs on 4 hits and a walk whilst striking out 4 in the Cubs 3-2 win over Brevard County. As the Cubs were 2-1 down when he was relieved after 6 innings he got a no decision but he would have been happy with the result. His ERA is 3.46 over his last 10 games.
James Beresford had a good day with the bat going 3-4 including a triple and 2RBI in the Rock Cats’ 10-3 win over New Hampshire. He is hitting .258.
Last Sunday we mentioned that Kable Hogben was having a dreadful August. For four consecutive games he had given up a total of 15 ERs and his ERA had risen to 12.27.
Well yesterday he bounced right back pitching 2 scoreless innings against Lansing. Coming on in the 7th he faced a total of 7 hitters in those 2 innings resulting in this line:- 2INN, 1H, 0R, 0BB, 0K.
His August ERA dropped to 10.38 and his season ERA stands at 3.99. That’s definitely a case of getting straight back on the horse.
Following his win last Friday Ryan Searle threw an impressive scoreless inning yesterday. He struck out 1 and didn’t allow a hit, run or walk whilst facing a minimum 3 hitters.
Ryan Searle picked up his 6th win of the year with a 5 inning effort in the Daytona Cubs 4-1 win over Tampa today. He allowed 3 hits, 1 run whilst striking out 5. His record is W6-3, 4.61ERA
Kable Hogben will be glad when August is over. It has not been kind to him. Today he gave up 3 runs on 2 hits and 2 walks in 2.1 innings. His ERA for August has ballooned to 12.27, compared with 1.76 for July.
Before the All Star break he had a 2.97ERA, since the break he is 5.52.
Hayden Beard threw 1.2 scoreless innings for the San Antonio Missions in their 5-2 loss to Corpus Christi.
After 2 games in AAA, throwing 6.2 scoreless innings and collecting a win Ryan Searle was returned today to the Daytona Cubs in the Florida State League. He threw a scoreless 5th inning in a 4-2 loss to Clearwater.
At AAA he went 6.2INN, 4H, 0R, 2NB, 5K for a 0.00ERA.
Tim Atherton took his 1st loss today when he pitched the 11th/12th innings. He threw a scoreless 11th but in the 12th with 2 out he lost control walking 3, hitting a batter and allowing 3 singles to blow the game. Peoria defeated Beloit 9-6.
Josh Warner collected his 3rd win when Williamsport defeated Jamestown 10-6. As starter he threw 5 innings for 7 hits allowing 4 runs (3 earned), 2 walks whilst striking out 4.
The last week has not been kind to Kable Hogben. He has allowed 6 – 4 – 5 runs in his last 3 games. Today his line was 1INN, 3H, 5R, 2ER, 1BB, 0K.
His ERA is a respectable 3.84 for the season.
Ryan Searle coming on in the 5th threw 4 scoreless innings today, allowing just 1 hit and a walk but fanning 3 to earn his 1st AAA win when Iowa defeated Memphis 6-3.
Yesterday fellow Aussie Ryan Rowland-Smith picked up his 3rd win for the Iowa Cubs giving up a single home run in his 5 innings’ start. He allowed only that 1 hit and a walk whilst striking out 6.
Matt Kennelly extended his hitting streak to 10 yesterday going 1-4 with a double for the Mississippi Braves. This takes his AVG to .455 over that period.
In his first Triple-A appearance, the right-hander went 2 2/3 innings allowing three hits, one walk while striking out two. His team had to be impressed with the 23-year-old who had just travelled all day and over three flights to meet them.
More nervous than excited, Searle is hoping that Iowa will be his home for the remainder of the summer. The Brisbane native has a great opportunity with the club right now and will be looking to make the most of it.
With rosters expanding in just days, many Iowa players will move up to play in Chicago come September. This might give Searle an extended chance to remain on the roster, or, in the best-case scenario, head to the Windy City himself.
For the Bandits, Searle made five starts in the most recent Australian Baseball League season after being shut down early by the Cubs to recover from a long year of throwing. Chicago’s farmhand made a strong impression in his hometown, going 3-1 with a 3.66 ERA in 32 innings pitched. The right-hander allowed only 21 hits, walking just nine batters and striking out 34.
He began this minor league season in Double-A Tennessee where he went 1-2 with a 4.07 ERA in eight games and 24 1/3 innings, striking out 17. He then moved to Daytona where he was 5-3 with a 5.01 ERA in 28 games and 46 2/3 innings. For the Daytona Cubs, he also notched 39 strikeouts.
Ryan Searle got called up to AAA to pitch out of the pen for the Iowa Cubs today. He came on in the 4th with 1 out and quickly finished the inning. He then threw two scoreless innings for a very fine debut performance.
Ryan started the season in AA playing in 8 games for a 4.07ERA and then moved to Advanced A for a 5.01ERA over 28 games.
His line was 2.2INN, 3H, 0R, 1BB, 2K. Well done Ryan.
Statistically baseball is a peculiar game. In his last 3 outings rookie Wilson Lee didn’t give up a run but with no record to show for it. Today, however, he allowed 3 runs in the 9th, after pitching a scoreless 8th, had to be relieved with 2 out but actually picked up the win when the Pirates held on to beat the Blue Jays 8-7.
His record is now W4-0 with a 3.04ERA