Monday, April 19, 2010

Where Are They Now?

Buster Posey is doing well in his first 11 games with Fresno, batting .364, with OBP .472, SLG .477, and OPS .949. At this stage of the season he is a singles hitter, with only 2 of his 16 hits for extra bases.
Tim Alderson is not setting the world on fire. With AA Altoona he is 1-0 in his 2 starts with an ERA of 3.60 and a WHIP of 1.3.
Fred Lewis has appeared in 2 games for the Blue Jays and has produced one hit (a double) in 5 plate appearances, with one steal.

2 comments:

M.C. O'Connor said...

Nice interview with Buster at fresno-grizzlies.com

Bob said...

Fresno starter Madison Bumgarner had his first solid outing of the season in his home debut, allowing just three hits and two runs (one earned), walking one and striking out three over 6.0 innings pitched. He left in a 2-2 tie and did not factor in the decision. His fastball hit as high as 94 miles-per-hour on the stadium radar gun.

"I felt like I pitched a lot better," said Bumgarner, who came into the game with an ERA over 14.00. "Even last time out felt better, but this was my best start of the spring or the season so far."