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    Brian WaltonBrian Walton
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    Memphis vs. Omaha (AM): Dakota Hudson
    Springfield off
    Palm Beach vs. Dunedin (2): Anthony Shew/Evan Kruczynski
    Peoria vs. Cedar Rapids: Winston Nicacio

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    Mem up 3-2 Oma batting in the ninth 1 out. Guillmet pitching.

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    Its gone final MEM-3 OMA-2. Guilmet gets a 2.0 inning save…. struck out 4. ArReyes 2inn 2Ks. Dakota gets his first win.

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    Redbirds now 5-1 on the season.

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    Anthony Shew has moved fast, 7 quality innings today.

    If he keeps thus up, Ronnie Williams might make it back on the prospect list.

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    Tyler O`Neill 1-3 2B2 RBI

    Season so far
    AB 28
    H 10
    2B 2
    HR 4
    RBI 12
    BA .357
    K 5

    Not a bad start.Interesting fact.O`Neill is younger than all the other OFs on Memphis roster.
    O`Neill 22
    J.A. Garcia 25
    Oscar Mercado 23
    Arozarena 23

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    Brian,
    I believe Memphis’ record is 6-1

    @ Round Rock 8-4 Win
    @ Round Rock 17-4 Win
    @ Round Rock 11-6 Win
    @ Round Rock 4-1 Win
    @ Round Rock 2-4 Loss
    vs Omaha 7-0 Win
    vs Omaha 3-2 Win

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    BW52 – He’s also younger than all the outfielders at St. Louis, but also Springfield, except Lane Thomas (2 months younger)

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    According to some armchair GMs ONeill is Grichuk version 2.0.Some prefer jackrabbit banjo baseball and cant stand ct5he thought of a power bat who strikes out a lot.Guess what track star fans the jackrabbits all strikeout not a lot less than the big power guy.

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    Small sample size O’Neill is striking out less this year but has yet to draw a walk. It shouldnt be long until he stops seeing strikes. We’ll see how he adapts.

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    O`Neill has a career walk rate better than Jose Garcia and Oscar Mercado and is even with Randy Arozarena.

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    Not to mention, that Memphis lineup is killing it. Who are you gonna pitch to if you try to pitch around O’Neill? I agree that he’ll need to be on top of things to maintain plate discipline to prep for the majors but he’s probably being aggressive just because he can right now.

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    2017
    AAA Mariners – K% – 27.27%
    AAA Memphis – K% – 26.71%
    AAA Playoffs – K% – 15.38%

    2018
    AAA Memphis – K% – 17.9%

    Looks like he’s improving.

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    I think best-case for O’Neill is he blossoms into the Cardinals version of Khris Davis.

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    Best case? Sheesh! Talk about selling low.

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    I mean, right away, O’Neill’s defense is far superior to that of Davis.

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    On second thought, best-case would be selling short, but O’Neill does project to be a low-average, high strikeout slugger like Davis except with a better defensive profile. Good to see his K/BB are trending in the right direction.

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