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White Sox hire Pete Rose Jr. to manage at Bristol, Va.

(clipart by OCAL courtesy of Clker.com)

Pete Rose, Jr., the son of career hits leader Pete Rose, who is banned from baseball, will manage the rookie league team of the Chicago White Sox.

Rose Jr. played 21 years in minor league baseball with several organizations, including the White Sox. He appeared in 1,918 minor league games and finished with a .217 batting average. He was originally drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 1988 draft, 12th round.

He’ll run the Bristol, Virginia, affiliate in the Appalachian League.

Pete Jr. in 1997 had a chance to taste the big leagues with the Cincinnati Reds, his father’s primary team. Junior appeared in 11 games, going 2 for 14.

clipart from OCAL courtesy of Clker.com

compiled from staff, Bristol White Sox & Chicago White Sox

The Columbus to Cleveland shuttle continues for Huff and Todd

 

The Cleveland Indians have recalled right-hander Jess Todd from Triple-A Columbus. The move was made before Wednesday’s game against the Baltimore Orioles.

David Huff is back pitching in Columbus (file)

The Indians have optioned lefty David Huff back to the Clippers.

This is Todd’s second stint with Cleveland in 2010. He made five appearances from July 19-29, allowing five runs in six innings. He went 4-2 with four saves and a 3.48 ERA in 40 games for Columbus.

Huff has made 15 starts for the Indians, going 2-11 with a 6.21 ERA.

compiled from Cleveland Indians news

Baltimore introduces Buck Showalter as their new manager

Buck Showalter, a former Columbus Clippers player was introduced as the new manager of the Baltimore Orioles on Monday.

Buck Showalter (Orioles photo)

He told media gathered at his introductory press conference that he pledges to restore the luster and winning ways back into an Orioles franchise that has fallen on hard times over several years. Plus, the team is in a tough division, the AL East which has the Yankees, Boston, Tampa Bay and Toronto, all whom are better than Baltimore.

The 54-year-old Showalter, has built contending teams before with the Arizona Diamondbacks, New York Yankees and Texas Rangers.

The Orioles, 32-73, the worst team in the majors this season, will be a monumental challenge for Showalter, who is known for his no-non sense, attention to detail, preparation and ability to work with young talent.

Showalter was hired last week, but his first game will be Tuesday (today) against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim at Camden Yards.

compiled from staff, wire and Baltimore Orioles news

Nathan Moreau throws no-hitter in debut for Frederick Keys

Info courtesy of Frederick Keys and Minor League Baseball

Nathan Moreau made a big impression in his Carolina League debut last week.

After joining the Frederick Keys on the road in Salem early in the afternoon on Wednesday, the Baltimore Orioles prospect threw the second, nine-inning complete-game no-hitters in team history as the Keys beat the Red Sox, 7-0.

A former 11th-round Orioles Draft pick out of the University of Georgia, Moreau struck out six and did not walk a batter. Two Salem hitters reached base on errors; one of them by Moreau himself on a bunt attempt in the sixth inning.

Nathan Moreau Frederick Keys (MiLB)

It was the first no-hitter in the Carolina League since Winston-Salem’s Levi Maxwell threw a seven-inning gem against Wilmington on June 19, 2009. The last nine-inning no-hitter was a combined effort by Frederick’s Brandon Erbe, Ryan Ouellette and Fredy Deza, against Salem on August 5, 2008.

Nathan Moreau’s historic effort was the sixth no-hitter in Keys history and the first nine-inning complete- game no-hitter since July 3, 1991, when Erik Schullstrom shut down the Kinston Indians at Harry Grove Stadium.

Moreau retired the first 16 batters in a row and only faced 2 batters over the minimum for the game (29).

The Salem Red Sox entered the game ranked second in the Carolina League in team batting at .269.

Moreau spent the 2009 season in the rotation at Class A Delmarva, going 5-3 with a 3.61 ERA in 20 starts. But he started the 2010 season in the Delmarva Shorebirds’ bullpen, making nine relief appearances. He was elevated to the rotation on May 18 and was sharp in seven starts, going 2-1 with a 1.88 ERA while holding South Atlantic League hitters to a .182 average.

Shin-Soo Choo, Mitch Talbot lead Tribe over Reds; win ends skid

MEGASPORTSNEWS.COM GAME COVERAGE

CINCINNATI, OHIO — The Cleveland Indians ought to play the Cincinnati Reds with only Shin-Soo Choo and Mitch Talbot. Maybe those two can win games as a duo.

Just kidding of course, two men can’t beat nine but it sure looked that way on Sunday.

Shinn-Soo Choo Indians (mlb)

Shin-Soo Choo was named by the media the Ohio Cup series Most Outstanding Player after batting .391 (9-23) with 4 homers and 7 RBI’S in 6 games.

Great American Ball Park (megasportsnews.com)

Shin Soo-Choo homered twice off Bronson Arroyo, the second time he’s accomplished that this season and the Cleveland Indians ended their seven-game losing streak on Sunday, beating the Cincinnati Reds 5-3.

Choo belted a solo homer in the first inning and a three-run shot in the fifth off Arroyo (7-4), who can’t seem to get him out. Choo homered twice off Arroyo on May 21 during the Reds 7-4 win in Cleveland.

All told, Choo is 6 for 12 against Arroyo and always sees the ball good against him.

Vote Reds into the All-Star Game (megasportsnews.com)

Indians rookie Mitch Talbot (8-6) held the NL’s most prolific lineup to three harmless singles in seven innings.

The right-handed Talbot is one of the American League’s best pitcher’s on the road. He retired 12 in a row over one stretch in the game.

Kerry Wood, struck out the side in the ninth inning for his sixth save in nine tries, ending the Reds’ five-game winning streak.

Wins against the National League are rare and hard to come by for the Indians. They completed the 2010 interleague schedule at 5-13 and 2-4 against their Interstate 71 rivals, the Cincinnati Reds. Cincinnati has dominated the series as of late, going 13-5 over the last three years.

The Reds are still a 1/2 game ahead of St. Louis, who lost again to Kansas City in the “Show-Me State” series of Missouri.

The start of the game was delayed 1 hour and 21 minutes by a storm. The game started at 2:31 p.m.

SOUNDS FROM THE CLEVELAND INDIANS POSTGAME CLUBHOUSE (To listen to a file, click on the link)

45 172 Manny Acta Cleveland manager Reason why Indians can’t beat NL teams (megasportsnews.com)

45 173 Manny Acta Cleveland manager Does team weaknesses get exploited more vs. NL teams (megasportsnews.com)

45 174 Manny Acta Cleveland manager Is NL speed too much for Cleveland to handle (megasportsnews.com)

45 177 Shin-Soo Choo Indians RF Why does he hit Bronson Arroyo so well (megasportsnews.com)

45 178 Shin-Soo Choo Indians RF Does he feel confident vs. Arroyo (megasportsnews.com)

45 180 Shin-Soo Choo Indians RF Stopping a losing streak is it a relief (megasportsnews.com)

45 181 Shin-Soo Choo Indians RF Why does Cleveland struggle vs. NL teams (megasportsnews.com)

45 182 Shin-soo Choo Indians RF Is it hard to see Russell Branyan get traded (megasportsnews.com)

GAME NOTES

* The 14th season of the AL vs. the NL just wrapped up. The Reds are 91-111 all-time and have played everybody home and away but the Baltimore Orioles.

* The Reds have four winning records in interleague play: 9-6 in 1997; 7-5 in 2003; 9-6 in 2008 and 8-7 in 2010.

* Joey Votto ‘s walk in the 1st inning extended his streak of reaching base safely to 35 straight games, longest by a reds batter since Pete Rose reached safely in 48 straight games from June 12 through August 2, 1978.

* The Reds go into 2011 with a record of 35-34 all-time against the Indians.

* The Reds lead the Major Leagues with 24 comeback wins with the Yankees and Atlanta tied for 2nd with 21. Also, they rank second with 13 wins in their last at bat. Atlanta is 1st with 14.

* The Indians recalled Matt LaPorta up from Triple-A Columbus. This is his second stint with cleveland after making the opening day roster.

He was optioned to Columbus on June 7th and hit .362 (25-69) with 7 runs scored, 4 doubles, 5 homers and 16 RBI’s in 18 games with the Clippers. LaPorta hit safely in 14 of 18 games and had a .457 on-base percentage and a .638 slugging percentage (1.094 OPS) while with Columbus. Earlier in 2010 with the Indians, he batted .218 (26-119) with 13 runs scored, 4 doubles, a home run and 7 RBI’s in 35 games. He’ll wear number 7.

* Before the game, Cleveland dealt Russell Branyan back to the Seattle Mariners for outfielder Ezequiel Carrera and shortstop Juan Diaz.

The 22-year-old Carrera has spent the entire 2010 season to date with AAA Tacoma as he hit .268 (57-213) with 24 runs scored, 6 doubles, 2 triples and 18 RBI’s in 64 games. He has stolen 9 bases in 14 attempts this season but is currently on the AAA disabled list with a left hip pointer. Before being injured, Carrera was hitting .311 (19-61) with 6 runs scored, 3 doubles and 6 RBI’s in 18 games in the month of June.

The 21-year-old Diaz, is 6’4, 170-pounds and a switch-hitting shortstop. He has spent the entire 2010 season to date at High Desert of the California League batting .295 (75-254) with 39 runs scored, 8 doubles, 3 triples, 7 homers and 41 RBI’s in 70 games. He has an OPS of .779 (.345 on-base pct. & .433 slugging pct).


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