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    Memphis at Round Rock (AM) – Jake Woodford
    Springfield vs. Tulsa – Williams Perez
    Palm Beach at Lakeland
    Peoria vs. Clinton – Dionis Zamora

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    Based on the pitching schedule Palm Beach’s starter today should be Edgar Gonzalez.

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    Memphis’ offense making up for lost time. Up 10-2. ON the plus side Woodford pitched very well with 6 1/3 innings of 2 run ball. Edman, Ravelo, and Urias with home runs. ON the down side, Garcia has a platinum (I think) sombrero with 5/cinco K’s.

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    Thankfully for him JAG isn’t going to get another at bat, baring a complete failure of the bullpen. I’d hate for him to pick up a Horn. A platinum sombrero is bad enough.

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    Usually when your pitchers whiff 15 and surrender just 2 walks, your chances of victory are pretty darn good. But I guess Peoria’s opponent Clinton can thank Zamora and his never ending stream of grooved baseballs for that not coming to fruition for the Chiefs. 8-7 LumberKings your final with Gorman wearing the 0-4 collar.

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    Wow – Springfield has won 5 in a row. No losses at home yet and no wins on the road. Irving Lopez once again hit two homers his second being the deciding runs. Now if they could just keep all their games at home.

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    Lopez is a little older than a typical prospect, but might be pushing his way onto the radar. He’s been very solid at every level so far and if the pop is real, he might be in the mix to replace Wong after his contract runs out if they go that route.

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    Springfield’s manager looks a lot smarter this week than last. A winning streak can do that.

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    Good to see Nogowski with a big game for Memphis. His average is up to .321. Realistically he will probably never make it to St. Louis since first base is occupied for the next several years and even if Goldy went on the IL they would just slide Carpenter back over there. However, if Nogo continues to rake he may get a big league opportunity with another organization.

    As a side note I read where there is an author from Tallahassee, FL by the the name of John Nogowski Sr. who has written some baseball books. I know Nogowski the baseball player played at Florida St. so it would make sense if they are related, perhaps father and son.

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    Yes, Nogowski’s home is Tallahassee.

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    I wonder why Tommy Parsons isn’t pitching. He’s pitched two shutout wins so far, although neither win was a complete game, of course, since complete games are apparently a thing of the past.

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    Mudville, Tommy is pitching today (Tuesday). This thread is from Monday.

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    There we go. Thanks, BHC.

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