Minor league thread – Sat 5/18

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    Memphis at San Antonio, Evan Kruczynski (Triple-A debut), 7:05 CT
    Springfield at NW Arkansas, Angel Rondon (Double-A debut), 6:05 CT
    Palm Beach vs. Bradenton, Zach Prendergast (1-0, 3.38), 5:30 ET
    Peoria vs. Quad Cities, Kyle Leahy (1-3, 3.74) 6:35 CT

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    I have been impressed with the month that DPerez is having. In his last 10 games he hit .405. When he was placed at lead-off he took off, big however, is it possible to have 36 hits on the season and only have 6 RBIs? and of the 36Hs only 2 XBHs, 2 doubles. That aside, there is some life in the oft problematic 20 year old. His ’19 is already more than what was expected of him.

    Our 1st round pick in the ’16 draft is starting to show some of that potential. A 6’3″ SS with a slick glove, speed, a presumed better attitude is a valuable commodity. Better BA check, now he has to bulk up add some muscle tone and start driving the ball. Give the guy a pork chop sandwich.

    Also Ravelo is just pounding the ball after a very slow start. His last 10 games = 17 for 34 .500 BA. He has rekindled his spot on the depth chart if injury hits the Cardinals at either corner infield positions. That is a significant plus for the Cardinal’s options.

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    0 strikeouts for Torres and Nunez yesterday. Unfortunately only 1 hit though. Progress is slow, but I am hoping for that breakout game by both to get them jump started.

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