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Old Nov 9th 2008, 9:02 pm
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Winter Leagues

I was looking at some of our Cubs who are playing in various winter leagues and thought it would be nice to post all their stats. I did a little copying and pasting and compiled all the ones I could find (just going by who I know, so I could have missed a few.) They aren't all minor-leaguers, but I put it in here anyway.


ARIZONA FALL LEAGUE

Mesa Solar Sox


Esmailin Caridad- 3.21, 2-1, 16 K, 14.0 IP
Rocky Roquet- 3.09, 0-0, 11 K, 11.2 IP
Donald Veal- 9.00, 0-0, 6 K, 5.0 IP
Steve Clevenger- .313, 6 RBI, 12 R, 48 AB
Darwin Barney- .364, 10 RBI, 1 SB, 10 R, 55 AB
Nate Spears- .328, 10 RBI, 3 SB, 17 R, 58 AB


HAWAII WINTER LEAGUE:

Waikiki BeachBoys

Jeremy Papelbon- 2.84, 0-0, 6 SV, 16 K, 12.2 IP
Tony Thomas- .250, 2 HR, 9 RBI, 3 SB, 15 R, 104 AB


LIGA VENEZUELA:


Aguilas de Zulia

Andres Blanco- .280, 1 HR, 11 RBI, 2 SB

Leones del Caracas


Jose Ascanio- 5.87, 1-0, 4 SV, 8 K
Josh Kroeger- .413, 7 HR, 23 RBI, 3 SB


Navigantes del Magallanes

Angel Guzman- 2.08, 2-0, 8 K, 13.0 IP
Robinson Chirinos- .000 (2 AB)


Tigres de Aragua

Justin Berg- 3.18, 0-1, 6 K, 11.1 IP
Rich Hill- 6.28, 1-1, 9 K, 14.1 IP (13 BB)
Ronny Cedeno- .310, 2 HR, 6 RBI
Sam Fuld- .421, 1 HR, 4 RBI


DOMINICAN LEAGUE:

Tigres de Licey

Juan Mateo- 4.50, 0-0, 2 K, 2 IP
Welington Castillo- .250, 1 RBI, 4 AB
Jake Fox- .432, 12 RBI, 9 2B
Felix Pie- .231, 2 RBI, 2 SB (13 AB)


Leones del Escogido

Jose Ceda- Has not played yet.


Estrellas de Oriente

Luis Bautista- Has not played.


PUERTO RICAN LEAGUE:

Gigantes de Carolina

Geovany Soto- Has not played.


Cangrejeros de Santurce


Ryan O'Malley- 3.00, 0-1, 1 K in 3.0 IP
Randy Wells- Has not played.


MEXICAN PACIFIC LEAUGE:


Aguilas de Mexicali

Jason DuBois- .232, 4 RBI


Naranjeros de Hermosillo

Mike Burns- 4.50, 1-1, 1 SV, 8 K, 12.0 IP
Bobby Scales- .207, 1 RBI, 29 AB
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Papelbon is an interesting pitcher. I think he had a good scoreless innings streak going to end the season at Daytone.

He could be the next LOOGY
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Papelbon is an interesting pitcher. I think he had a good scoreless innings streak going to end the season at Daytone.

He could be the next LOOGY
He's only interesting because of his last name. He's 25 and never been above A+ ball for a reason. His 51 K's to 25 BB wasn't that impressive last season either.
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I watched Papelbon when he was in Peoria, and he was very good there, but he was primarily in the starting role with the Chiefs. He went 9-6 with a 3.11 ERA with a 1.17 WHIP. He had 107 IP, only gave up 7 homers and 30 walks, with 99 strikeouts.

My concern about him is that he will be 26, and that is getting "up there" in pitching years.


Here is a really interesting article that Jeremy and his twin brother Josh (who also is in Minor League ball) did: http://www.oceanviewpress.com/id97.html
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He's only interesting because of his last name. He's 25 and never been above A+ ball for a reason. His 51 K's to 25 BB wasn't that impressive last season either.
Like you said when you were defending Brad Snyder and his sub 700 OPS 4:1 K:BB ratio at 26 years old at AAA, sometimes its more than the numbers.

The Cubs minor league promotion system is extremely slow. I think that's been proven.

It's not that uncommon for relievers to break in the big leagues in the late 20s, Wuertz, Ohman, and George Sherrill immediately come to mind. The ultimate goal is to get these guys to the point where you can get enough MLB service out of them to not have to go out and pay $$$ for the inflated FA reliever salaries.
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BTW it was 35 2/3 scoreless innings he threw at Daytona.
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Alright, so I made a major typo... Sam Fuld was batting .241, not .421. Sorry, Sam
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I always wondered what happend to Ryan O'Malley.... good to see he is still playing.
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Josh Kroeger is a guy to watch. I was asking for his call up over Hoffpauer. This kid can flat out hit.
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Josh Kroeger is a guy to watch. I was asking for his call up over Hoffpauer. This kid can flat out hit.
Kroeger's a minor league FA. I doubt he goes back the cubs, especially since the Cubs for some reason had Fuld, Fox, and Snyder on the 40-man Roster over him last season. Same with Matt Craig, who should have been at AAA a couple of years ago.
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