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    Three Stars of the Day 6/27/09


    1. Steven Johnson - RHP - Inland Empire 66ers (A+)

    In a game overshadowed by the presence of one Manny Ramirez, Steve Johnson pitched one of his better games of the season. Johnson pitched seven shutout innings to earn his sixth win of the season. Johnson struck out seven batters while walking just one and giving up just three hits. Johnson pitched three and two/thirds innings of shutout ball in a relief stint in his last appearance. So he is working on a 10.2 scoreless innings streak. Johnson lowered his ERA to 3.87 on the year and he a struck out 86 batters in 79 innings. His record moves to 6-4 on the year. Could we see Johnson in Chattanooga soon?

    2. Tommy Giles - RF - Chattanooga Lookouts (AA)

    After struggling early on in his Southern League career, Giles picked up his play of late and he sports a very solid slash line of .297/.404/.568. It's important to note that Giles only has 74 at-bats in the Southern League but still it's promising. In his latest outing, the Miami Hurricanes product had a perfet day at the plate. Giles was 3-3 at the plate and he also drew a walk. Two his hits were round-trippers, Giles' fourth and fifth of the season. Giles' two RBI gave him eleven in Double-A.

    3. Pedro Baez - 3B - Inland Empire 66ers (A+)

    Baez has his second two-hit game in a row with a 2-4 effort at the plate in support of Steve Johnson's brilliant start. Baez's two hits were doubles, giving him 15 for the season. Baez had two RBI, upping his total to 46 on the year. Baez been solid in the hitter friendly Cali League, OPSing .830. This coming after a season in which he was demoted to short season rookie ball in Ogden.

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    I want to see this Aaron Miller kid. He only pitched 2 years... was really an outfielder ha.

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    Mario (Angelo) Songco is a cousin of mine. He was drafted this year in the 4th round. He's doing great with the Ogden Raptors.

    Ogden Raptors: Stats: Player

    Here are his stats at LMU.

    Angelo Songco - The Baseball Cube

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnderPressure View Post
    Mario (Angelo) Songco is a cousin of mine. He was drafted this year in the 4th round. He's doing great with the Ogden Raptors.

    Ogden Raptors: Stats: Player

    Here are his stats at LMU.

    Angelo Songco - The Baseball Cube
    That's awesome. He also got promoted to Great Lakes. Interesting guy to keep an eye on, big power potential.

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    Sorry for not updating this for awhile. I'l try to keep my eye out for links and such about our young guys. With the minor league season coming to a close there will be more stories like this.

    Los Angeles Dodgers PRE-SEASON Top 20 Prospects inReview - Minor League Ball

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    Good news on Withrow

    No. 8 CHRIS WITHROW, RHP
    DODGERS
    Team: Double-A Chattanooga (Southern)
    Age: 20
    Why He's Here: 1-0, 0.00, 5 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 3 BB, 8 SO

    The Scoop: After missing almost all of 2008 with elbow problems, just getting through a full season healthy would've been a step in the right direction for Withrow. He's done more than that, reaching Double-A at only 20 years old. He struck out 105 in 86 innings at high Class A Inland Empire before being promoted to Chattanooga at the end of July. He's gone 2-2, 3.95 in 27 innings since. Tuesday's start in Jacksonville was Withrow's best since reaching Double-A. Other than giving up a double to the opposing pitcher, Elih Villanueva, Withrow was nearly flawless for five innings, and his eight strikeouts were the most of his six Double-A starts.

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