Hometown Heroes: LeMahieu and Morrison provide firepower; Williams, Gibaut, Enlow shine in minors

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Logan Morrison, Tampa Bay Rays
Pitchers may be able to saw off Logan Morrison on occasion, but the Tampa Bay Rays slugger often takes them deep.

Not known for his power, former LSU star and reigning National League batting champion D.J. LeMahieu of the Rockies belted a pair of home runs on Aug. 26 against Atlanta and hit another on Aug. 29 against Detroit. LeMahieu has an eight-game hit streak (13-for-28/.464) to raise his average to .316 with 23 doubles, one triple, seven home runs and 56 RBI for Colorado.

Northshore High alum Logan Morrison continues his outstanding season for Tampa Bay. He has a five-game hit streak (8-for-21/.381) to raise his average to .249. Morrison belted four home runs and drove in eight runs in the five-game stretch. He now has 20 doubles, 33 home runs and 76 RBI for the Rays.

Alex Bregman remains red hot, with seven multi-hit games in his last 10 games to raise his average to .285 with 31 doubles, five triples, 15 home runs, 52 RBI and 14 stolen bases for the Astros. In a very difficult time with the devastation of Hurricane Harvey in the Houston area, the former LSU All-American has been a bright light for the Astros. In the 10-game stretch, Bregman is batting .396 (19-for-48).

Former Centenary hurler James Hoyt was optioned by the Astros back to Triple-A Fresno on Aug. 27. Hoyt is 1-0 with a 4.98 ERA in 38 appearances for Houston this year. Look for Hoyt to be recalled as early as Friday when Sept. 1 call-ups can occur as major league rosters are expanded.

Former LSU ace Kevin Gausman won his tenth game of the year on Aug. 26 at Boston. Gausman was superb, shutting down one of the best teams in baseball. He went 7 2/3 shutout innings, allowing four hits while striking out five as the Orioles won 7-0. Gausman is now 10-9 on the year and key cog in Baltimore’s drive for a wild card playoff bid.

After a brief stint with Toronto, Slidell’s T.J. House was designated for assignment by the Blue Jays after just two appearances for the big league team

Former St. Thomas More and LSU outfielder Andrew Stevenson was sent down to Triple-A Syracuse by Washington on Aug. 28. Stevenson, who was utilized mostly as a defensive replacement in late innings, is a prime candidate to be recalled by the Nationals as early as Thursday when rosters expand.

After an injury-plagued season that cut his time with the Los Angeles Dodgers short, former Tulane star Rob Segedin is hitting again for Triple-A Oklahoma City of the Pacific Coast League. Segedin has a five-game hit streak (8-for-19/.421) to raise his average to .320 with seven doubles, four home runs and 15 RBI for the Dodgers in just 25 games played.

Also at Oklahoma City, Newman alum Jeremy Bleich picked up his third save of the season on Aug. 27 for the Dodgers against Omaha, pitching two shutout innings and striking out two as Segedin homered in support of his effort. Bleich is 5-1 with a 2.66 ERA and three saves on the season for the Dodgers.

Former LSU hero Louis Coleman picked up his second win for Reno (Arizona Diamondbacks) of the Pacific Coast League on Tuesday evening. Coleman went two innings to pick up the win in a 7-6 victory over Albuquerque. Coleman is 2-1 with a fine 2.30 ERA in 25 relief appearances for the Aces.

For the Triple-A New Orleans Baby Cakes, Catholic High and LSU’s Austin Nola went 4-for-5 with an RBI Aug. 29 at Oklahoma City in an 8-1 win.

At Triple-A Gwinnett (Atlanta Braves) of the International League, former LSU catcher Kade Scivicque has a six-game hit streak (10-for-21/.476) to raise his average to .279 with two doubles, two home runs and nine RBI for the Braves.

At Double-A Montgomery (Tampa Bay Rays) of the Southern League, former Tulane closer Ian Gibaut continues his outstanding season. Gibaut won a pair of decisions last week for the Biscuits to improve to 6-1 with a 2.26 ERA and 10 saves. Gibaut has allowed just 33 hits in 51 2/3 innings, striking out 60.

Also at Montgomery, former Terrebonne slugger Justin Williams had a night to remember Tuesday night. Williams blasted three home runs and drove in six runs as the Biscuits downed Mobile 8-4. Williams is red hot, improving his average to .303 with 20 doubles, three doubles, 14 home runs and 69 RBI, thanks to an eight-game hit streak (14-for-33/.424) and he has hit in 10 of his last 11 games.

Former St. Paul’s and Southeastern Louisiana star Tanner Rainey posted saves in consecutive games for Double-A Pensacola (Cincinnati Reds) of the Southern League Aug. 28 and Aug. 30 against Mississippi, his first two saves of the season for the Blue Wahoos. Rainey is 1-1 with a 1.80 ERA in 12 outings.

Also at Pensacola, former Captain Shreve and LSU pitcher Austin Ross continued his amazing season, improving to 8-0 with a sterling 1.89 ERA. Ross beat Mississippi on Aug. 28, allowing two runs in 5 2/3 innings in a 3-2 victory.

Former UL-Lafayette pitcher Eric Carter was promoted from Class A Palm Beach to Double-A Springfield (St. Louis Cardinals) of the Texas League. Carter pitched a shutout inning in his first outing for the Cardinals Tuesday night against Arkansas. It is the third level and team of the season for Carter, who also pitched at Peoria of the Midwest League. Carter is 6-1 with a 2.18 ERA and six saves covering 60 appearances at the three different levels, no doubt catching the attention of the parent St. Louis Cardinals.

At Class A Vancouver (Toronto Blue Jays) of the Northwest League, ULM product Brayden Bouchey picked up his first win for the Canadians Tuesday night, pitching two shutout innings, fanning four batters in a 5-2 win over Boise.

At Palm Beach (St. Louis Cardinals) of the Florida State League, former LSU catcher Chris Chinea has an eight-game hit streak (15-fof-32/.469) to raise his average to .262. Chinea has hit in 10 of his last 11 games overall.

Former LSU-Eunice pitcher Nick Hartman was promoted from Lansing to Dunedin (Toronto Blue Jays) of the Florida State League and he is liking the promotion. In two games, Hartman is 1-0 with a spotless ERA. In five innings, he has not allowed a hit and has three strikeouts for the Blue Jays after going 2-2 with a 3.29 ERA and two saves in 34 relief appearances with the Lugnuts.

Former Airline and Centenary pitcher Taylor Henry improved to 4-0 for Columbia (New York Mets) of the South Atlantic League with a 4-3 victory over Hickory on Aug. 27. Henry has a solid 3.49 ERA in 56 2/3 innings pitched.

At Tri-City (Houston Astros) of the New York-Penn League, Michael Papierski had a memorable game on Aug. 26 when the former LSU catcher homered, tripled and drove in six runs as Tri-City defeated Lowell 9-1.

At Spokane (Texas Rangers) of the Northwest League, former Karr pitcher Tyree Thompson pitched seven shutout innings to pick up the win as the Indians downed Salem-Keizer 5-4 on Aug. 27. Thompson improved to 5-1 with a 3.11 ERA in 12 starts.

In Rookie League action, former Southeastern Louisiana star Carson Crites had a four-hit game for Elizabethton (Minnesota Twins) of the Appalachian League on Aug. 25 in a 12-1 win over Bristol. Crites belted a three-run home run for the Twins.

Former St. Amant right-hander Blayne Enlow continues to shine for the Gulf Coast League Twins. Enlow is now 3-0 with a 1.33 ERA in six starts. Enlow has allowed just 10 hits in 20 1/3 innings, striking out 19.

If former Salmen speed demon Tyler James is going to advance in the Kansas City Royals system, his speed will be the primary reason. James now has 30 stolen bases for the Arizona League Royals in just 43 games. James is batting .250 with seven doubles and five triples for the Royals.

Former UNO ace Shawn Semple continues his outstanding Rookie League pitching for the Gulf Coast League Yankees (New York Yankees). Semple improved to 4-0 with a 6-0 win over the GCL Braves Tuesday. Semple pitched two shutout innings to get the win and now has an outstanding 1.06 ERA.

 

Major Leagues
Alex Bregman—Astros (LSU) .285, 31 doubles, 5 triples, 16 HR, 52 RBI, 14 SB
Clay Buchholz—Phillies (McNeese St.) 2G, 0-1, 12.27 ERA, 7.1 INN, 5 K’s (60-day D.L.)
Danny Farquhar—White Sox (UL Lafayette) 4G, 1-0, 2.25 ERA, 4 INN, 2 H, 3 K’s
Kevin Gausman—Orioles (LSU)  28G, 10-9, 4.98 ERA, 151.2 INN, 140 K’s
Gavin Cecchini—Mets (Barbe) 12G, .235 (8-for-34), 1 HR, 2 RBI
Nick Goody—Indians (LSU) 44G, 1-2 2.98 ERA, 45.1 INN, 33 H, 63 K’s
Will Harris—Astros (Slidell, LSU)  35G, 2-2, 2.78 ERA, 2 SV, 35.2 NN,  28 H, 40 K’s (10-day D.L.)
**Aaron Hill—Giants (LSU) .132, 2 doubles, 1 triple, 1 HR, 7 RBI (Released)
*TJ House—Blue Jays (Slidell) 2G, 0-0, 4.50 ERA, 2 INN, 1 K (Designated for assignment)
*James Hoyt—Astros (Centenary) 38G, 1-0, 4.98 ERA, 43.1 INN, 61 K’s  (Optioned to Triple-A Fresno)
Jacoby Jones—Tigers (LSU) .162 (11-for-68), 1 double, 1 triple, 1 HR, 6 RBI
Wade LeBlanc—Pirates (Barbe) 45G, 4-2, 4.99 ERA, 1 SV, 61.1 INN, 48 K’s (10-day D.L.)
DJ LeMahieu—Rockies (LSU) .316, 23 doubles, 1 triple, 7 HR, 56 RBI, 6 SB
Aaron Loup—Blue Jays (Hahnville, Tulane) 60G, 2-2, 4.14 ERA, 50 INN, 57 K’s
Jonathan Lucroy—Rockies (UL Lafayette) .299, 5 doubles, 1 triple, 1 HR, 5 RBI
Seth Lugo—Mets (Parkway, Centenary) 13G, 5-3, 4.85 ERA, 72.1 INN, 57 K’s (10-day D.L.)
Mikie Mahtook—Tigers (St. Thomas More, LSU) .276, 13 doubles, 5 triples, 10 HR, 31 RBI
Phil Maton—Padres (Louisiana Tech) 35G, 2-0, 4.45 ERA, 1 SV, 32.1 INN, 29 H, 34 K’s
Wade Miley–Orioles (Loranger, SLU)  27G, 8-10, 4.99 ERA, 137 INN, 122 K’s
Logan Morrison—Rays (Northshore) .247, 20 double, 1 triple, 33 HR, 76 RBI
Aaron Nola—Phillies (Catholic, LSU)  22G, 10-9, 3.46 ERA, 137.2 INN, 123 H, 141 K’s
Alex Presley—Detroit (Neville) .292, 7 doubles, 1 triple, 1 HR, 12 RBI, 4 SB
Jace Peterson—Braves (Hamilton Christian, McNeese) .189, 6 doubles, 2 triples, 1 HR, 10 RBI
Rob Segedin—Dodgers  (Tulane) 2G, .250 (1-for-4), 1 R  (10-day D.L.)
*Andrew Stevenson—Nationals (St. Thomas More, LSU) .167 (8-for-48), 2 doubles, 1 RBI
Stuart Turner—Reds (Eunice, LSU-E) .164 (9-for-55), 3 doubles, 1 HR, 5 RBI
Jason Vargas—Royals (LSU) 26G, 14-9, 3.87 ERA, 150.1 INN, 112 K’s
Taijuan Walker—Diamondbacks (Shreveport) 22G, 7-7, 3.55 ERA, 126.1 INN, 121 H, 110 K’s
**Rickie Weeks Jr.—Rays (Southern) .216, 6 doubles, 2 HR, 8 RBI (Released)

Class AAA
Jeremy Bleich—Oklahoma City (Newman) 29G, 5-1, 2.66 ERA, 3 SV, 47.1 INN, 39 H, 41 K
Brian Bogusevic
—Pawtucket (Tulane) .267, 1 doubles, 2 triples, 11 HR, 36 RBI
Reid Brignac—Fresno (St. Amant) .247, 15 doubles, 3 triple, 13 HR, 52 RBI, 4 SB
Joe Broussard—Oklahoma City (Holy Cross, LSU)  42G, 4-1, 3.76 ERA, 3 SV, 55 INN, 65 K’s
Wil Browning—Buffalo (ULM) 38G, 4-2, 6.47 ERA, 1 SV, 57 INN,  56 K’s
Joey Butler—Syracuse (UNO) .215, 3 doubles, 2 HR, 8 RBI  (7-day D.L.)
Garin Cecchini—Omaha (Barbe) .261, 19 doubles, 2 triple, 4 HR, 32 RBI
J.T. Chargois—Rochester (Sulphur)  2G, 0-0, 1 SV, 2.2 INN, 1 H, 2 K’s (7-day D.L.)
Preston Claiborne—Round Rock (Tulane) 38G, 3-1, 1.89 ERA, 16 SV, 38 INN, 37 H, 42 K’s (7-day D.L.)
Louis Coleman—Reno (LSU) 25G, 2-1, 2.30 ERA, 27.1 INN, 16 H, 33 K’s
James Dykstra—Round Rock (LSU) 20G, 2-8, 7.38 ERA, 68.1 INN, 47 K’s
Johnny Giavotella—Norfolk (St. Thomas More, LSU) .306, 22 doubles, 4 triple, 5 HR, 45 RBI, 4 SB (7-day D.L.)
James Hoyt—Astros (Centenary) 10G, 2-0, 1.64 ERA, 2 SV, 11 INN, 6 H, 16 K’s
Tyler Jones—Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (LSU) 42G, 6-4, 4.62 ERA, 3 SV, 60.1 INN, 56 H, 73 K’s
Mason Melotakis—Rochester (Northwestern State) 20G, 2-0, 4.13 ERA, 1 SV, 24 INN, 22 H, 23 K’s
*Jim Miller—Rochester (ULM)  Has not pitched
**Jared Mortensen—Fresno (LSU-S) 3G, 0-0, 13.50 ERA, 4.2 INN, 4 K’s (Released)
Austin Nola—New Orleans  26G, .215 (17-for-79), 4 doubles, 1 HR, 6 RBI
Nick Rumbelow
—LSU  16G, 5-1, 0.64 ERA, 4 SV, 28 INN, 15 H, 29 K’s
Ryan Schimpf–El Paso (St. Paul’s, LSU) .20, 6 doubles, 1 triple, 19 HR, 41 RBI
Kade Scivicque—Gwinnett (St. Thomas More, LSU) 20G, .279 (19-for-68), 2 doubles, 2 HR,  RBI
Rob Segedin—Dodgers (Tulane) .320, 7 doubles, 4 HR, 15 RBI
Andrew Stevenson—Syracuse (St. Thomas More, LSU) .249, 7 doubles, four triples, 2 HR, 24 RBI, 9 SB
Josh Zeid—Memphis (Tulane) 31G, 9-3, 5.22 ERA, 98.1 INN, 92 K’s

Class AA
**Caleb Adams—Mobile (UL Lafayette)  .196, 1 double, 1 HR, 3 RBI   (Released)
Tyler Bray—Springfield (ULM)  35G, 7-0, 3.23 ERA, 2 SV,  47.1 INN, 47 H, 40 K’s
Eric Carter—Springfield (UL Lafayette) 1G, 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 1 INN
Ryan Eades—Chattanooga (Northshore, LSU) 27G, 3-3, 3.87 ERA, .1 INN, 48 H56, 57 K’s
Ian Gibaut—Montgomery (Tulane) 42G, 6-1, 2.26 ERA, 10 SV, 51.2 INN, 33 H, 60 K
Andrew Guillotte—New Hampshire (Sam Houston, McNeese) .256, 4 doubles, 1 triple, 3 HR, 10 RBI, 7 SB
Jordan Harrison—Montgomery (UL-Lafayette) 51G, 3-3, 2.77 ERA, 2 SV, 55.1 INN, 40 H, 44 K’s
**Brock Hebert—Arkansas (South Terrebonne, SLU) .171, 1 double, 2 HR, 6 RBI (Released)
**Leon Landry—Pensacola (Baker, LSU) .198, 3 doubles, 2 triples, 3 RBI (Released)
Randy LeBlanc—Chattanooga (Covington, Tulane) 18G, 4-4, 4.31 ERA, 71 INN, 42 K’s
Tyler Mapes—Harrisburg (Tulane) 7-day DL
Tyler Moore—Binghamton (LSU) 27G, .203 (12-for-59), 3 doubles, 7 RBI
Tanner Rainey—Pensacola (St. Paul’s, SLU) 12G, 1-1, 1.80 ERA, 2 SV, 15 INN, 8 H, 25 K’s
Austin Ross—Louisville (Captain Shreve, LSU) 17G, 8-0, 1.89 ERA, 95.1 INN, 81 H, 62 K’s
Tate Scioneaux—Altoona (Riverside, SLU) 45G, 6-5, 2.13 ERA, 14 SV, 80.1 INN, 61 H, 66 K’s
Blake Trahan—Pensacola (Kinder, UL Lafayette) .223, 17 doubles, 2 HR, 22 RBI, 11 SB
Jacob Waguespack—Reading (Dutchtown) 6G, 2-2, 4.06 ERA, 31 INN, 3 K’s
Justin Williams—Montgomery (Terrebonne) .303, 20 doubles, 3 triple, 14 HR, 69 RBI, 6 SB

Class A
Stephen Alemais—Bradenton (Tulane) 27G .344, 6 doubles, 1 HR, 20 RBI, 5 SB
Luis Anguizola—Fort Wayne (Loyola) 1G, .500 (1-2), 1 R (7-day D.L.)
Adam Atkins—Columbia (La. Tech) 23G, 3-0, 0.86 ERA, 31.1 INN, 23 H, 29 K’s  (7-day D.L.)
Grant Borne—Potomac (Catholic-BR, Nicholls) 14G, 4-4, 2.50 ERA, 2 SV, 72 INN, 60 H, 60 K’s (7-day D.L.)
Brayden Bouchey
—Vancouver (ULM) 23G, 1-1, 4.34 ERA, 29 INN, 20 H, 35 K’s
Ben Braymer—Hagerstown (Catholic High/LSU-Eunice) 6G, 2-2, 5.97 ERA, 31.2 INN, 33 K’s
Braden Bristo—Charleston (Ouachita Christian/LA Tech) 5G, 1-1, 3.86 ERA, 3 SV, 9.1 INN, 9 H, 6 K’s
Parker Bugg—Greensboro (LSU) 18G, 2-3, 5.04 ERA, 1 SV, 30.1 INN, 35 K’s (7-day D.L.)
Dylan Burdeaux—West Michigan (West Monroe) .259, 9 doubles, 1 triple, 2 HR, 22 RBI
**David Burkhalter—Wisconsin (Ruston) 10G, 0-4, 6.75 ERA, 1 SV, 32 INN, 18 K’s (Released)
**Domenick Carlini—Cedar Rapids (SLU) 17G, 4-8, 5.18 ERA, 83.1 INN, 66 K’s (Voluntary retired list)
Kyle Cedotal—Boise (Denham Springs, SLU) 21G, 0-2, 3.29 ERA, 2 SV, 38.1 INN, 23 K’s
Chris Chinea—Palm Beach (LSU) .262, 24 doubles, 6 HR, 48 RBI
Zach Clark—Wisconsin (Springfield) .182 (14-for-77), 3 doubles, 1 triple, 3 HR, 9 RBI, 4 SB
Andro Cutura—Cedar Rapids (Pearl River, SLU) 7-day DL
Ryan Deemes—Buies Creek (Holy Cross, Nicholls) 6G, 2-0, 5.40 ERA, 2 SV, 10 INN, 14 K’s (7-day D.L.)
Greg Deichmann—Vermont Lake (Brother Martin, LSU) .291, 10 doubles, 4 triples, 6 HR, 26 RBI, 4 SB
Phillip Diehl—Charleston (LA Tech) 27G, 9-3, 3.31 ERA, 2 SV, 81.2 INN, 74 H, 98 K’s
Jose De Leon—Charlotte (Southern) 4G, 1-0, 1.88 ERA, 14.1 INN, 11 H, 18 K’s (7-day D.L.)
Kameron Esthay—Auburn (Sam Houston) .258, 10 doubles, 1 triple, 4 HR, 26 RBI, 4 SB
Jameson Fisher—Winston-Salem (Zachary, SLU) .222, 15 doubles, 1 triple, 7 HR, 32 RBI
Kaleb Fontenot—Hickory (Sacred Heart-VP, McNeese) 40G, 5-4, 3.24 ERA, 6 SV, 80.2 INN, 64 H, 92 K’s
Trent Giambrone—Myrtle Beach (Grace King) .240, 15 doubles, 12 HR, 42 RBI, 7 SB
Taylor Guilbeau—Potomac (Zachary) 22G, 4-4, 5.23 ERA, 98 INN, 77 K’s (7-day D.L.)
**Conner Hale—Boise (LSU) .224, 2 doubles, 1 RBI  (Released)
Nate Harris—Boise (Louisiana Tech) 11G, 1-1, 4.50 ERA, 14 INN, 13 H, 18 K’s
Nick Hartman—Dunedin (LSU-Eunice)  2G, 1-0, 0.00 ERA, 5 INN, 0 H, 3K’s
Nick Heath—Wilmington (Northwestern State) .236, 6 doubles, 1 HR, 12 RBI, 18 SB
Chaz Hebert—Tampa (Breaux Bridge) 6G, 2-1, 6.17 ERA, 23.1 INN, 17 K’s
Taylor Henry—Columbia (Airline, Centenary) 37G, 4-0, 3.49 ERA, 1 SV,  56.2 INN, 35 K’s
Kyle Keller—Greensboro (Jesuit, SLU)  34G, 2-0, 2.47 ERA, 8 SV, 62 INN, 49 H, 74 K’s
Mark Laird—Clearwater (Ouachita Parish, LSU) .286, 14 doubles, 5 triples, 2 HR, 27 RBI, 11 SB
Josh Magee—Tri-City (Franklinton) .213, 4 doubles, 1 triple, 9 RBI, 7 SB
Wyatt Marks—Vermont Lake (St. Thomas More/ULL) 10G, 3-0, 2.78 ERA, 32.1 INN, 26 H, 43 K’s
Adam Oller—West Virginia (Northwestern State) 16G, 4-3, 1.82 ERA, 1 SV, 39.2 INN, 28 H, 40 K’s
Michael Papierski—Tri-City (LSU) .191, 5 doubles, 1 triple, 4 HR, 17 RBI
Jared Poche’—Vermont Lake (Lutcher, LSU) 1G, 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 2 INN, 2 K’s (60-day D.L.)
Robbie Podorsky—Tri-City (Dutchtown, Delgado, McNeese) .298, 6 doubles, 2 triples, 1 HR, 13 RBI, 16 SB
Kramer Robertson—Peoria (LSU) .270, 11 doubles, 3 HR, 12 RBI, 8 SB
Austin Robichaux—Inland Empire (Notre Dame, UL-Lafayette) 21G, 6-8, 6.75 ERA, 92 INN, 60 K’s
Colin Rodgers—Wilmington (Parkview Baptist) 21G, 2-6, 4.68 ERA, 82.2 INN, 76 K’s
Jake Rogers—Buies Creek (Tulane) .268, 18 doubles, 3 triples, 12 HR, 55 RBI, 13 SB
Ty Ross—San Jose (LSU) Restricted List
Steven Sensley—Charleston (University High, ULL) .259, 5 doubles, 4 HR, 22 RBI  (7-day D.L.)
Trevor Simms—Kane County (Tulane) 21G, 3-3, 3,18 ERA, 4 SV, 28.1 INN, 28 K’s
Riley Smith—Kane County (LSU) 13G, 3-1, 2.63 ERA, 54.2 INN, 53 H, 48 K’s
Jesse Stallings—Dayton (Grant, LSU)  43G, 1-4, 4.35 ERA, 1 SV, 60 INN, 39 K’s
Tyree Thompson—Spokane (Karr) 12G, 5-1, 3.11 ERA, 63.2 INN, 56 H, 39 K’s
Nick Thurman—Clinton (Belle Chasse, UL Lafayette) .231, 10 doubles, 1 triple, 5 HR, 25 RBI, 4 SB
Stefan Trosclair—Peoria (Sulphur, LSU-E, UL Lafayette) .272 16 7doubles, 6 triples, 14 HR, 55 RBI, 13 SB
John Valek, III—Boise (LSU) 15G, 3-6, 5.88 ERA, 59.2 INN, 31 K’s
Chase Vallot—Wilmington (St. Thomas More) .231, 22 doubles, 12 HR, 37 RBI (7-day D.L.)
Jake Winston—Kane County (Vidalia) 34G, 1-2, 4.06 ERA, 4 SV, 44.1 INN, 43 H, 36 K’s

Rookie

Ted Andrews—AZL White Sox (Tulane) 12G, 0-0, 2.45 ERA, 11 INN, 6 H, 10 K’s
Reagan Bazar—AZL Giants (ULL) 13G, 3-1, 4.43 ERA, 22.1 INN, 17 K’s
Carson Crites—Elizabethton (SLU) .300, 11 doubles, 4 HR, 30 RBI, 4 SB
Brent Diaz—AZL Brewers (Louisiana Tech) .377 (20-for-53), 5 doubles, 1 triple, 8 RBI, 4 SB
Patrick Duester—Ogden (Tulane) 17G, 3-3, 3.31 ERA, 1 SV, 32.2 INN, 28 H, 29 K’s
Blayne Enlow—GCL Twins (St. Amant) 6G, 3-0, 1.33 ERA, 20.1 INN, 10 H, 19 K’s
Jared Foster—AZL Angels (Barbe, LSU) 3G, .111 (1-for-9), 2 RBI
Jake Fraley—GCL Rays (LSU) 2G, .500 (3-for-6), 2 doubles
Raphael Gladu—Kingsport (Louisiana Tech) .262, 5 doubles, 2 HR, 14 RBI
Evan Guillory—Johnson City (Jennings, ULL) 16G, 2-1, 2.80 ERA, 45 INN, 41 H, 35 K’s
Tyler James—AZL Royals (Salmen) .250, 7 doubles, 5 triples, 10 RBI, 30 SB
Kolton Kendrick—Elizabethton (Oak Forest) .231, 6 doubles, 4 HR, 18 RBI
Hunter Kiel—AZL White Sox (LSU) 12G, 0-0, 8.18 ERA, 11 INN, 11 H, 16 K’s
Collin Kober—AZL Mariners (Sam Houston, McNeese State) 12G, 3-3, 3.24 ERA, 3 SV, 16.2 INN, 12 H, 21 K’s
Alex Lange—AZL Cubs (LSU) 4G, 0-1, 4.82 ERA, 9.1 INN, 9 H, 13 K’s
Jake Latz—AZL Rangers (LSU) 2G, 0-1, 6.75 ERA, 2.2 INN, 5 K’s
Jacob Pearson—AZL Angels (West Monroe) .214, 7 doubles, 1 triple, 12 RBI, 4 SB
Tanner Raiburn—GCL Red Sox (Grambling) 16G, 1-1,43.12 ERA, 4 SV, 19.2 INN, 15 H, 16 K’s
Mac Sceroler—Billings (Denham Springs, SLU) 10G, 0-4, 3.58 ERA, 32.2 INN, 32 H, 34 K’s
Shawn Semple—GCL Yankees East (UNO) 12G, 4-0, 1.06 ERA, 1 SV, 17 INN, 15 H, 20 K’s
Cole Stapler—Missoula Osprey (Dutchtown, Nicholls) 13G, 1-2, 2.90 ERA, 1 SV, 31 INN, 26 H, 40 K’s
Brandon Texiera—Helena (LSU-Shreveport) 15G, 0-1, 5.68 ERA, 1 SV, 25.1 INN, 25 H, 213K’s

Mexico

Matt Clark—Acereros del Norte (LSU) .277, 23 doubles, 21 HR, 75 RBI
Chad Gaudin—Acereros del Norte (Crescent City) 43G, 2-3, 2.93 ERA, 29 SV, 43 INN, 52 K’s
Santos Saldivar—Pericos de Puebla (Southern) 23G, 0-2, 7.86 ERA, 26.1 INN, 25 K’s (Reserve List)

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