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Posts Tagged ‘Arizona Fall League.’

Reds’ Chapman pitching in Arizona Fall League to get ready for 2012 rotation

 

Aroldis Chapman (file photo)

Cincinnati Reds left-hander Aroldis Chapman made his Arizona Fall League debut on Monday.

He is participating in the league to build up his innings as part of his going into the starting rotation in 2012. After the Fall League, he’ll then go to winter ball.

Chapman pitched one hitless inning for the Phoenix Desert Dogs. He walked one and struck out one. He threw 16 pitches, eight for strikes.

The lanky southpaw will throw again on Thursday and next Monday.

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV & baseball news

Kenton Ridge grad Eaton finishes up productive second season in Minors

 

Adam Eaton (courtesy of Mobile Bay Bears)

The Arizona Diamondbacks have high expectations of the talents that Adam Eaton possesses that he has been selected along with four other players to play in the prestigious Arizona Fall League. He’ll be heading out this weekend to play for the Salt River Rafters in Scottsdale.

Eaton, a 2007 graduate of Springfield Kenton Ridge High School, started the 2011 season with the Single-A Visalia Rawhide and in June was promoted to the Mobile BayBears. He hit .302, the third-best average on the team, had an on-base percentage of .409 in 56 games. He hit four home runs, stole 10 bases and knocked home 28 runs.

Adam’s second minor league season ended with a championship as the Double-A BayBears last Sunday clinched the Southern League title with a 6-4 win over the Tennessee Smokies.

 

Info compiled from Visalia Rawhide & Mobile BayBears news

Once-promising Thompson making comeback with Reds

Daryl Thompson, one of the Cincinnati Reds promising young right-hander’s a few years ago until injuries slowed his career, is on the team’s 40-man roster and in camp.

Daryl Thompson (Reds media guide photo)

The 25-year-old is a former Reds minor league pitcher of the year who made it to the major leagues in 2008. He faced and beat the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium in his big league debut, throwing five shutout innings.

There is a slim chance that Thompson could make the opening day pitching staff.

He spent three stints on the disabled list in 2009, with elbow problems and a bad shoulder. He had shoulder surgery on August 25.

2010 was no better for Thompson as he spent two long stints on the diasbled list from May 17 to June 30 and July 26 through the end of the season.

By pitching well in the Arizona Fall League, 2-2 with a 4.50 ERA, the Reds decided to give a chance on the 40-man roster.

Info compiled from staff, TV, radio & MLB news

Sarbaugh back in Columbus for 2011

2010 was a good season for Mike Sarbaugh. He managed the Clippers to the International League championship and the Triple-A National Championship. He then turned around and led the Peoria Javelinas to the runner-up trophy in the Arizona Fall League.

Columbus manager Mike Sarbaugh (Clippers photo)

Earlier this week, the Cleveland Indians, the major league affiliate of the Clippers, announced that Sarbaugh will return to Columbus to lead the team in defending its championships.

Hitting coach Lee May Jr. also will return from the 2010 staff. Charles Nagy, last season’s pitching coach left for the Arizona Diamondbacks in the same capacity, so his spot has been replace by Ruben Niebla, whom Sarbaugh worked with in Akron in 2009.

Info courtesy of the Cleveland Indians and Columbus Clippers