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  • We traded Castro to the White Sox for Lance Broadway. He throws 88=91 and his curve and change are his best pitches. He's a former 1st round pick but his numbers haven't been that good. Coming into the year he was the White Sox 28th ranked prospect. I like Castro and would much rather have seen Schneider get the boot.
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    • May 29 Prospect Report

      New York: W 2-1
      OF Fernando Martinez- 0-1 .000

      Buffalo: W 9-3
      SP Dillon Gee
      SP Jon Niese
      RP Eddie Kunz

      Binghamton: W 6-0
      SP Mike Antonini
      SP Dylan Owen
      SP Tobi Stoner
      RP Stephen Clyne
      C Josh Thole 3-4 1 BB .366
      1B Nick Evans 1-4 1 BB 1 K .219
      1B Lucas Duda 0-3 2 BB .285
      3B Shawn Bowman 2-5 2 R 1 3B(2)1 K .277
      SS Ruben Tejada 1-4 2 RBI(19) .275

      St. Lucie: Cancelled Rain
      SP Brad Holt
      SP Jenrry Mejia
      SP Scott Shaw
      SP Angel Calero
      RP Nick Carr
      RP Brant Rustich
      C Francisco Pena
      1B Ike Davis
      2B Hector Pellot
      SS Reese Havens
      3B Zach Lutz
      2B Greg Veloz
      OF Kirk Nieuwenhuis
      OF Carlos Guzman

      Savannah: L 2-3
      SP Jeurys Familia
      SP Jeff Kaplan
      SP Eric Beaulac
      SP Elvin Ramirez
      SP Robert Carson
      RP Kyle Allen 4 IP 7 H 3 R 2 ER 2 BB 2 K 4.91 E.R.A. (L, 3-2)
      RP Josh Stinson
      C Kai Gronauer 0-4 2 K .224
      2B Josh Satin 0-3 1 BB 1 K .321
      SS Wilmer Flores 0-3 1 BB .248
      SS Juan Lagares
      3B Jefry Marte 3-4 2 R 2 HR(3) 2 RBI(17) 1 K .203
      IF/OF Jordany Valdespin 3-5 1 2B(6) 1 K .295
      OF Sean Ratliff 1-4 2 K .314
      Last edited by Giantsfan1080; 05-30-2009, 03:19 PM.
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      • Originally posted by Giantsfan1080 View Post
        We traded Castro to the White Sox for Lance Broadway. He throws 88=91 and his curve and change are his best pitches. He's a former 1st round pick but his numbers haven't been that good. Coming into the year he was the White Sox 28th ranked prospect. I like Castro and would much rather have seen Schneider get the boot.
        We had to keep Schneider for his leadership behind the plate. Is Broadway a guy who could contribute soon?

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        • Originally posted by SuperKevin View Post
          We had to keep Schneider for his leadership behind the plate. Is Broadway a guy who could contribute soon?
          I think Schneider's defense has been severely overrated. I was expecting a whiz behind the plate and he hasn't really shown me much. I hope we keep starting Santos as it seems the pitchers like to throw to him much better. There were actually a lot of numbers last year that pitchers threw better to Castro than Schneider.

          Broadway at best will probably be a 7th inning guy for us even though he is a SP. He can definitely come up and give us a spot start if we ever needed it. Dillon Gee is probably the best comparison for him but Gee throws a little bit harder.
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          • I don't like that trade at all.

            Great to see Jefry Marte having a great game. He was struggling.

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            • Originally posted by SuperKevin View Post
              We had to keep Schneider for his leadership behind the plate. Is Broadway a guy who could contribute soon?
              No. Broadway is pretty terrible. Below average stuff without great control. And we ate most of Castro's salary. Just dumb.

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              • I like Castro as I said, but he's a backup catcher. It's not like this is one of the worst moves ever. Broadway is like Dillon Gee and maybe he can make it as a 5th starter. Nobody in their right mind was giving up more than Lance Broadway for Castro.
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                • Originally posted by MaxV View Post
                  I don't like that trade at all.

                  Great to see Jefry Marte having a great game. He was struggling.
                  Yeah I'm expecting he gets the shuttle to Brooklyn once when they start up which would be cool for you. Thole continues to rake. We're going to see him up this year I have a feeling.
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                  • May 30 Prospect Report

                    New York: L 3-7
                    OF Fernando Martinez 2-5 1 2B(1) 1 RBI(2) 1 K .154

                    Buffalo: L 2-10
                    SP Dillon Gee DL
                    SP Jon Niese
                    SP Lance Broadway
                    RP Eddie Kunz 2.2 IP 0 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 0 K 3.13 E.R.A.

                    Binghamton: L 5-6
                    SP Mike Antonini
                    SP Dylan Owen 5 IP 10 H 6 R 6 ER 3 BB 2 K 6.97 E.R.A. (L, 0-5)
                    SP Tobi Stoner
                    RP Stephen Clyne 1.1 IP 1 H 0 R 0 ER 1 BB 1 K 7.27 E.R.A.
                    C Josh Thole 2-4 1 RBI(16) 1 BB .369
                    1B Nick Evans 0-4 1 R 1 BB 1 K .194
                    1B Lucas Duda 2-4 2 R 1 2B(9) 1 HR(2) 2 RBI(25) 1 BB 1 K .290
                    3B Shawn Bowman 0-4 2 K .271
                    SS Ruben Tejada 2-4 1 R 1 2B(9) .281

                    St. Lucie: W 4-3
                    SP Brad Holt
                    SP Jenrry Mejia
                    SP Scott Shaw
                    SP Angel Calero 7 IP 8 H 3 R 3 ER 2 BB 5 K 3.61 E.R.A.
                    RP Nick Carr
                    RP Brant Rustich
                    C Francisco Pena 2-4 1 2B(5) 1 K .218
                    1B Ike Davis 0-3 1 BB 1 K .276
                    2B Hector Pellot
                    SS Reese Havens 0-2 1 K .228 Left Game Halfway Thru No Update Yet
                    3B Zach Lutz 0-4 1 RBI(15) .232
                    2B Greg Veloz 1-2 1 K .236 Replaced Havens
                    OF Kirk Nieuwenhuis 2-4 1 R .261
                    OF Carlos Guzman 1-3 1 R 1 BB 1 K .306

                    Savannah: Game 1 W 11-8
                    SP Jeurys Familia
                    SP Jeff Kaplan
                    SP Eric Beaulac
                    SP Elvin Ramirez 5 IP 8 H 5 R 4 ER 2 BB 2 K 3.40 E.R.A. (W, 3-3)
                    SP Robert Carson
                    RP Kyle Allen
                    RP Josh Stinson
                    C Kai Gronauer
                    1B/2B Josh Satin 2-4 2 R 1 2B(13) 1 HR(2) 5 RBI(27) 1 BB 1 K .325
                    SS Wilmer Flores 1-4 1 2B(7) .248
                    SS Juan Lagares
                    3B Jefry Marte 1-3 1 R 1 RBI(1 1 K .205
                    IF/OF Jordany Valdespin 3-4 3 R 2 2B( 1 RBI(1 1 BB .308
                    OF Sean Ratliff 0-3 1 BB 1 K .309

                    Savannah: Game 2 L 2-5
                    SP Jeurys Familia
                    SP Jeff Kaplan
                    SP Eric Beaulac 5.2 IP 7 H 5 R 3 ER 1 BB 4 K 3.66 E.R.A. (L, 2-3)
                    SP Elvin Ramirez
                    SP Robert Carson
                    RP Kyle Allen
                    RP Josh Stinson
                    C Kai Gronauer
                    1B/2B Josh Satin 1-2 1 R 2 BB .327
                    SS Wilmer Flores 2-3 1 RBI(12) 1 BB .257
                    SS Juan Lagares
                    3B Jefry Marte 1-3 1 2B(4) 1 K .207
                    IF/OF Jordany Valdespin 2-4 1 R 1 2B(9) 2 K .313 AVG
                    OF Sean Ratliff 2-4 2 K .313
                    Last edited by Giantsfan1080; 05-30-2009, 10:11 PM.
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                    • Yea, I don't get that trade at all. Castro has proven he can play since he has been apart of this organization.

                      Omir has been playing great, but how long is going going to keep it up? Mets fans are already calling for this guy to be the full time starter, but this trade seems out of haste assuming he will be able to contribute at this current pace, or close to it. Just reminds me of the situation surrounding Ruben Gotay.

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                      • Thole and Tejada continue to smash the ball for Binghamton. I'm very close to taking Dylan Owen off the list because I think he's reached his full potential.
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                        • May 31 Prospect Report

                          New York: W 3-2
                          OF Fernando Martinez 1-3 1 R 1 2B(2) 1 RBI(3) .188

                          Buffalo: L 2-5
                          SP Dillon Gee DL
                          SP Jon Niese
                          SP Lance Broadway
                          RP Eddie Kunz

                          Binghamton: L 7-15
                          SP Mike Antonini
                          SP Dylan Owen
                          SP Tobi Stoner
                          RP Stephen Clyne
                          C Josh Thole
                          1B Nick Evans 1-4 1 R 1 BB 2 K .200
                          1B Lucas Duda 1-4 2 R 1 RBI(26) 1 BB 1 K .289
                          3B Shawn Bowman 1-4 1 R 1 HR(6) 2 RBI(25) 1 BB 2 K .270
                          SS Ruben Tejada 0-4 .274

                          St. Lucie: W 6-0
                          SP Brad Holt 6 IP 3 H 0 R 0 ER 1 BB 6 K 3.05 E.R.A. (W, 4-1)
                          SP Jenrry Mejia
                          SP Scott Shaw
                          SP Angel Calero
                          RP Nick Carr
                          RP Brant Rustich 3 IP 2 H 0 R 0 ER 1 BB 1 K 2.03 E.R.A. (S, 2)
                          C Francisco Pena 1-4 1 R .219
                          1B Ike Davis 2-4 1 R 1 2B(16) 1 HR(3) 2 RBI(17) 1 BB .282
                          2B Hector Pellot
                          SS Reese Havens
                          3B Zach Lutz 1-2 2 R 2 BB 1 K .238
                          2B Greg Veloz 4-5 1 RBI(9) 1 K .255
                          OF Kirk Nieuwenhuis 1-5 .259
                          OF Carlos Guzman 1-5 2 K .303

                          Savannah: L 3-12
                          SP Jeurys Familia 4 IP 13 H 6 R 6 ER 0 BB 2 K 2.92 E.R.A. (L, 3-4)
                          SP Jeff Kaplan
                          SP Eric Beaulac
                          SP Elvin Ramirez
                          SP Robert Carson
                          RP Kyle Allen
                          RP Josh Stinson 2 IP 7 H 5 R 5 ER 0 BB 2 K 5.27 E.R.A.
                          C Kai Gronauer 0-4 1 K .216
                          2B Josh Satin 0-4 2 K .320
                          SS Wilmer Flores 2-4 1 R 1 HR(1) 1 RBI(13) .263
                          SS Juan Lagares
                          3B Jefry Marte 0-4 1 K .203
                          IF/OF Jordany Valdespin
                          OF Sean Ratliff 1-4 1 R 1 HR(5) 1 RBI(27) 2 K .312
                          Last edited by Giantsfan1080; 05-31-2009, 11:43 PM.
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                          • Great to see Holt and Rutstich combine for the shutout today. I'd like to see Rustich moved up to AA soon.
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                            • I'm glad to see Fernando is driving in runs

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                              • I'm sorry, I've been in a Chico Escuela mood all day



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