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May 30, 2006
  
Minor League Recap

AAA Norfolk Tides

  • The Norfolk Tides (21-30) beat the Pawtucket Red Sox 11-1. Lastings Milledge went 3 for 6 with a double and three RBIs, Jeff Keppinger went 2 for 5 with a run scored, Michael Tucker went 3 for 5 with two runs scored, a double, and one RBI, Juan Tejeda went 1 for 4 with a run scored, a walk, and two RBIs, Chase Lambin went 2 for 4 with three runs scored and a walk, Chris Basak went 3 for 5 with a run scored, a double, and a walk, and Julio Ramirez went 2 for 5 with two runs scored, his second homer of the year, and two RBIs. Evan MacLane continues to pitch very well for the Tides and picked up the win to improve to 4-0. MacLane went seven innings and gave up one earned run on one homerun while striking out four batters.

AA Binghamton Mets

    The Binghamton Mets (21-30) lost to the Trenton Thunder 4-3. Miguel Pinango threw eight innings of two run ball and got the no decision as he dropped his ERA to 4.21. Robert Paulk picked up the loss in relief as he gave up two earned runs in 0.1 innings of work. Andy Wilson went 1 for 3 with his third homerun of the year and drove in two RBIs, Jay Caligiuri went 1 for 3 with a double, and Ray Navarrete went 1 for 3 with a run scored.

Low-A Hagerstown Suns

  • The Hagerstown Suns (18-32) lost the Hickory Crawdads 6-2. Joseph Holden went 1 for 2 with an RBI and two walks, Leivi Ventura went 1 for 3 with a run scored and a walk, and Jonel Pacheco went 2 for 4 with an RBI. Jon Niese started the game for the Suns and picked up the loss. Niese went 5.2 innings and gave up six hits, three earned runs, and four walks while striking out six.

Rookie VSL Mets

  • The VSL Mets (6-7) lost to the VSL Reds 6-2. Marco Vargas went 1 for 4 with a double and an RBI and Juan Torres went 2 for 3 with a run scored and a double. Rogers Figueroa started the game for the Mets and only lasted 3.1 innings as he gave up seven hits, three walks, and four runs.

66 Responses to “Minor League Recap”

  1. Comment posted by Kevin on May 30, 2006 at 12:30 am (#41985)

    Pedro Beato????? When will we know either way for sure?

    With MacLane pitching well, el duque, Soler, Maine and Bannister healing plus Pelfry lurking suddenly it seems as if we have pitching depth.

  2. Comment posted by JC on May 30, 2006 at 12:35 am (#41987)

    What’s the upside on MacLane? I rarely hear his name mentioned as a possible call up, but his numbers look pretty good. Is he a potential back of the rotation guy or possibly even trade bait for an established player?

  3. Comment posted by robert griffin on May 30, 2006 at 12:55 am (#41990)

    A soft tossing lefty that will probably get his clocked cleaned in the majors. That is how I see it.

  4. Comment posted by Kenny T. on May 30, 2006 at 12:57 am (#41991)

    What’s the upside on MacLane? I rarely hear his name mentioned as a possible call up, but his numbers look pretty good. Is he a potential back of the rotation guy or possibly even trade bait for an established player?

    Hes a soft-tossing lefty, throws strikes, has a few pitches that he can throw but nothing special really. He is spot-starter at best probably, if hes gets included in a deal hes not gonna be the main piece nor is their any sort of market for him.

  5. Comment posted by Andrew Hintz on May 30, 2006 at 1:07 am (#41995)

    Newsday is reporting the Mets did not come to an agreement with Beato.

    Bummer. I really hope the Phillies don’t draft him with the pick they’ll get from us!

  6. Comment posted by Rich on May 30, 2006 at 1:11 am (#41996)

    That is bad that the mets did not sign him. A guy is going to be drafted in the first round we dont have one and we can sign him and dont that is just real bad. A little disappointed in Omar here hopefully it was cause Beato was trying to get too much money out of the mets. All I got to say though if he was trying to get what Fernando Martinez got and we did not give in that is just a huge mistake. O well no use in crying over spilled milk. Hopefully we keep winning series, tonites game was great so lets keep goin on this roll.

  7. Comment posted by Ricardo Gonzalez on May 30, 2006 at 1:33 am (#41997)

    I’m not really that bummed out about Beato.

    Assuming that the Mets can only spend a certain amount on “prospects,” I think it is wiser to sign the top international talent than the 13th best prospect in a weak draft. And that is to say nothing of the fact that if you believe in TINSTAAPP its probably better to invest in position players than on pitchers.

  8. Comment posted by chris in ga on May 30, 2006 at 1:35 am (#41998)

    I’m not really that bummed out about Beato.

    Assuming that the Mets can only spend a certain amount on “prospects,” I think it is wiser to sign the top international talent than the 13th best prospect in a weak draft. And that is to say nothing of the fact that if you believe in TINSTAAPP its probably better to invest in position players than on pitchers.

    I agree. Throw the money at Tony Pena’s youngest son

  9. Comment posted by Kenny T. on May 30, 2006 at 1:52 am (#42002)

    Newsday is reporting the Mets did not come to an agreement with Beato.

    Sorry for false reporting… Anyways, this is really befuddling me. You dont have a #1 pick so wouldnt you want #1 talent? I understand there are a lot of international players but this guy sounds like he could be very solid and its not like the Wilpons are going bankrupt. BAH! I hope I wake up and find out Newsday was wrong about this one.

  10. Comment posted by Kenny T. on May 30, 2006 at 1:53 am (#42003)

    What the cluck is TINSTAAPP?

  11. Comment posted by argonbunnies on May 30, 2006 at 1:58 am (#42004)

    There Is No Such Thing As A Pitching Prospect

  12. Comment posted by chris in ga on May 30, 2006 at 2:00 am (#42005)

    We also got to think that the Mets might not see him as a first rounder. If he develops, good for him but to offer the money he wanted for someone your not sold on, you just cant do that. It was worth a shot

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  14. Comment posted by gategem on May 30, 2006 at 2:00 am (#42006)

    It was reported in Newsday that Glavine’s contract was reworked to give the Mets more money to spend this year. It was initiated by the Wilpons who are trying to stick with a business plan. So it is very possible not enough money was allocated to sign Beato. Signing Beato could have meant that the Wilpon’s dog would go hungry or they would have to cut out Health Insurance for all the secretaries [just being facetious].

  15. Comment posted by argonbunnies on May 30, 2006 at 2:03 am (#42007)

    Not sure that it applies to guys who dominated AAA or college for several years and have no injury history… but for everyone else, I dig it. The unpredictability is so high, regardless of radar guns, scouts’ impressions, etc. Maybe Beato’s odds of becoming a ML ace are better than most other 2006 draftees, but they’re STILL a thousand to one.

  16. Comment posted by argonbunnies on May 30, 2006 at 2:04 am (#42008)

    That last was re: TINSTAAPP

  17. Comment posted by Ricardo Gonzalez on May 30, 2006 at 2:07 am (#42010)

    What the cluck is TINSTAAPP?

    There’s no such thing as a pitching prospect. Obviously, that shouldn’t be taken to face value. Its just a cute phrase BP used to emphasize that pitching prospects, aside from a select few, are very risky investments particularly because they get injured too often.

    Speaking of prospects, how about Mike Carp? Not everybody was thrilled to see him in my top 10 (over Gomez) last year, but he’s having a fine season (.279/.392/.436) at age 19 in the FSL. So what about Carp? Well, the TCPalm has a nice article on him.

  18. Comment posted by Emad on May 30, 2006 at 2:16 am (#42012)

    That last was re: TINSTAAPP

    “It’s clear that a record of outstanding performance in the minors is not a prerequisite for success at the highest level. This is one of those findings that raises more questions than it answers, but it’s noteworthy nonetheless. One interesting possibility is the apparent correlation between homer rate in the minors and success in the majors.”
    -Dayn Perry

    Needless to say, I am a very firm believer in TINSTAAPP. Let’s just hope Pelfrey doesn’t break his arm in a bar fight… (What’s with elite pitching prospects and bar fights?)

  19. Comment posted by chris in ga on May 30, 2006 at 2:29 am (#42014)

    good article on carp. thansk for sharing

  20. Comment posted by chris in ga on May 30, 2006 at 2:33 am (#42016)

    A soft tossing lefty that will probably get his clocked cleaned in the majors. That is how I see it.

    bravo!!! What a sound explanation. Makes a heck of alot of sense.

  21. Comment posted by Wback on May 30, 2006 at 3:49 am (#42020)

    With MacLane pitching well, el duque, Soler, Maine and Bannister healing plus Pelfry lurking suddenly it seems as if we have pitching depth.

    Mets have always had depth. I don’t feel that the FO feels that MacLane is really part of that depth, but Soler, Bannister and Maine are for sure. As I said in the preview of the Dbacks series. Trax is pitching for a rotation spot right now. I doubt he’ll be on the team soon. He is running on fumes with no out pitch.

    Shame about Beato, but you can’t lose sleep over picks. A friend of mine named Randolf Q. Nitelight would probably say “We’re in good shape”… I’d have to agree with him there too.

  22. Comment posted by JH31 on May 30, 2006 at 10:11 am (#42024)

    Does anyone know Lastings updated stats?

  23. Comment posted by Ken on May 30, 2006 at 10:56 am (#42026)

    I sure hope we don’t trade Lastings! Things are looking great with the dramatic come from behind wins, etc. Wright for MVP?!! Break out the champagne, the Mets are going to the win the series THIS year!!

  24. Comment posted by Danny on May 30, 2006 at 11:01 am (#42027)

    Does anyone know Lastings updated stats?

    You can find his whole stat line here.

    He is putting up a very nice .291/.425/.467 line.

  25. Comment posted by Danny on May 30, 2006 at 11:03 am (#42028)

    Scratch that first link. go here.

    (I had a little double http:// thing going on in the first link)

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  27. Comment posted by dptydwg420 on May 30, 2006 at 11:17 am (#42029)

    I know its not minors related but oh well….

    I think Willie deserves big kudos for the games on 5/13 and 5/14, when he say Floyd and got Valentin some starts and at-bats.

    Now Valentin didn’t do much with those at-bats in those games, but since then Valentin has been productive in almost every game he’s entered.

    Floyd we all know has been a tear since those 2 off-days raising his average almost another 30 points.

    Seems like a move that has really paid off…kudos willie.

  28. Comment posted by Mike on May 30, 2006 at 11:20 am (#42030)

    The Valentin situation is full of fascination at a number of levels. For more on that and other topics, click on my name.

  29. Comment posted by Omar Minaya on May 30, 2006 at 11:28 am (#42031)

    I think some kudos should go to Omar Minaya- in the past two years he has find the right players to make a very competitive bench filled with players like Chris Woodward, Jose Valentin, and Marlon Anderson who can come up with clutch pinch hits, help the team with double switches and fill in for a length of time.

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  31. Comment posted by jpwf on May 30, 2006 at 11:31 am (#42032)

    Not everybody was thrilled to see him in my top 10 (over Gomez) last year,

    The Mets front office (and by extension some Mets fans) fascination with Gomez has gone from puzzling to almost annoying.

    I just don’t see someone whose best case scenario is to be the next Marvell Wynne/Stanley Jefferson/Chuck Carr/Jason Tyner as anyone to get excited about or to regard as any kind of prospect.

    His stats say he’s NOT A PROSPECT
    The scouts/tools guys say he’s a prospect- but not that his tools are so great you can overlook his lack of production to date- he’s not an upper level prospect to them- just someone of interest because he runs well and has a good arm

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  33. Comment posted by dptydwg420 on May 30, 2006 at 11:33 am (#42033)

    Omar is right on re: Omar.

    His big finds this year include Endy Chavez, John Valentin and Darren Oliver. All 3 people were moves the majority of fans strongly diasagreed with. All 3 have paid major dividends so far this year.

  34. Comment posted by chris in ga on May 30, 2006 at 11:50 am (#42034)

    I had no problem w/ the Chavez signing because I looked at him as a great late innings defensive and base running replacement. Who knew he learned how to hit and bunt. He’s gotten a few bunt hits, something he was sent to the minors for not having the ability to do when Frank Robinson managed him. Darren Oliver looked done when I saw him pitch for Tucson last year. In spring training w/ colorado, the man got swarmed by bees during a game. It was one of the wierdest things I ever saw and I was there in person. Jose Valentin could not catch up to a fastball during the carribean W.S., the WBC, spring training and the first 4 weeks of the season. WHo knew he still had something in the tank. He still has a negative vorp :( If he continues to play well, he should fix that. BTW, Cliff Floyd no longer has a negative vorp.

  35. Comment posted by Mike on May 30, 2006 at 12:05 pm (#42035)

    Plus, Valentin’s got that wacked-out porn ‘stache. The man’s all but set to take Jorge Julio’s role as my Favorite Least-Favorite Met.

  36. Comment posted by Hubie on May 30, 2006 at 12:11 pm (#42036)

    I know its not minors related but oh well…. I think Willie deserves big kudos for the games on 5/13 and 5/14, when he say Floyd and got Valentin some starts and at-bats.Now Valentin didn’t do much with those at-bats in those games, but since then Valentin has been productive in almost every game he’s entered.Floyd we all know has been a tear since those 2 off-days raising his average almost another 30 points. Seems like a move that has really paid off…kudos willie.

    I agree. A lot of people here tend to rip Willie. Last night a few were ripping Willie for not pinch running Chavez for Nady after Nady got caught stealing and not pulling Heilman sooner.

    Also, I don’t here anyone complaining about the line-up any more. I for one really thought D Wright should be hitting 3rd but he looks real comfortable in the 5 hole with Cliff protecting him. Beltran has flourished in the 3 hole this year

    Overall, Willie is doing a solid job. The main thing over his first 200+ games as manager is the team plays hard for him and they respect him, something that had been missing under you know who.

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  38. Comment posted by dptydwg420 on May 30, 2006 at 12:13 pm (#42037)

    Even when Valentin struck out last nite in the Nady strike em out throw em out double play, he had one helluva at-bat.

    The guy has really grown on me.

    And yes, his porn stache rocks.

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  40. Comment posted by Bryan on May 30, 2006 at 12:22 pm (#42038)

    While it is still too early for me to completely jump on the Valentin bandwagon (even though I love the porn-stache), I will admit I am eating some crow for suggesting we take up a collection here at Metsgeek to pay his $1 million guaranteed salary…

    I’m still supporting the Mets bring back Dave Magadan though…

  41. Comment posted by Mike on May 30, 2006 at 12:24 pm (#42039)

    Even when Valentin struck out last nite in the Nady strike em out throw em out double play, he had one helluva at-bat.

    LOL! The dude looks so slick, he’s ok even when he’s screwing up!

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  43. Comment posted by dptydwg420 on May 30, 2006 at 12:43 pm (#42040)

    Classic Mike.

    Good stuff on your website too, nice read (i wasn’t too lazy today to click it!) ;)

  44. Comment posted by Danny on May 30, 2006 at 12:51 pm (#42041)

    Yeah Mike, I enjoyed the read too. Particularly the Keith Hernandez stuff. How about last night when Keith starting breaking down his considerable knowledge of old school pro wrestling? He apparently “used to watch in high school”. Great stuff.

    While it is still too early for me to completely jump on the Valentin bandwagon (even though I love the porn-stache), I will admit I am eating some crow for suggesting we take up a collection here at Metsgeek to pay his $1 million guaranteed salary…

    I am eating crow right with you. Surely Valentin will descend into another super slump at some point, but the Mets need to play him while he is hot.

  45. Comment posted by GottaLuvTheMets on May 30, 2006 at 12:53 pm (#42042)

    How come no one ever brings up the fact that Willie is one of the least paid managers in all of baseball. If we did a comparative study of wins per salary, I think he’d have the best ratio. We’ve paid a lot of guys a lot more money to do the job he is doing. And bottom line is, no one is perfect. All managers make mistakes. We are 12 games over .500. And like Hubie points out, the team plays hard for him and they respect him. I don’t think we could be in any better a position than we are in.

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  47. Comment posted by JK47 on May 30, 2006 at 12:57 pm (#42043)

    I agree. A lot of people here tend to rip Willie. Last night a few were ripping Willie for not pinch running Chavez for Nady after Nady got caught stealing and not pulling Heilman sooner.

    Willie does make the occasional head-scratching move, and I was among those second-guessing the Chavez-Nady situation last night. Of course it worked out, so great. I’d rather be wrong and get a W.

    I don’t think it’s beyond the pale to second-guess Willie’s moves here at MetsGeek– I mean, what is this site for, anyway? But anyway, Willie’s shortcomings as a tactical manager are overcome by his strengths as a leader. He’s even-keel and understands the pressure of performing in NYC. He may make the occasional move that’s a little odd but overall he has my support. I like what he’s done here and I think we can and will win with Willie at the helm.

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  49. Comment posted by dptydwg420 on May 30, 2006 at 12:59 pm (#42044)

    Particularly the Keith Hernandez stuff. How about last night when Keith starting breaking down his considerable knowledge of old school pro wrestling? He apparently “used to watch in high school”. Great stuff.

    You mean when Keith hernandez said that wrestler was the “Gladiator” from the 1960’s….

    IT WAS NACHO LIBRE YOU FOOL!!!!!!

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  51. Comment posted by dptydwg420 on May 30, 2006 at 1:01 pm (#42046)

    Here’s an interesting tid from rotoworld:

    Jose Valverde will sit out Tuesday’s game after blowing save opportunities on Sunday and Monday.
    Brandon Lyon or Jorge Julio will likely get the call if the Diamondbacks need someone to close the game. Valverde is still the closer for the team, but he has been overworked according to manager Bob Melvin. May. 30 – 11:11 am et

  52. Comment posted by B-Dub45 on May 30, 2006 at 1:02 pm (#42047)

    There’s some buzz on the Mets official website boards that Nady has been DL’d and Milledge was called up — apparently this was just noted on SNY. Can anyone confirm?

  53. Comment posted by Mike on May 30, 2006 at 1:03 pm (#42048)

    So we agree that Willie’s VOAH (Wins Above Art Howe) is adequate through 1 1/3 seasons, I guess.

  54. Comment posted by Victor Zambrano on May 30, 2006 at 1:04 pm (#42049)

    Great article on your blog mike. check out my blog. I’ll be updating my recovery throughout the season. Best of love

  55. Comment posted by B-Dub45 on May 30, 2006 at 1:06 pm (#42050)

    Confirmed.

    http://www.sny.tv/index.jsp

  56. Comment posted by Mike on May 30, 2006 at 1:07 pm (#42051)

    Jorge Julio will likely get the call if the Diamondbacks need someone to close the game.

    Oh-My-God.

    This could be a problem. If Big Georgie comes in to face Jose “Rudolph” Valentino in a key spot, I may never make it out of the inning alive. I’m warning my wife right now that she needs to take immediate precautions if that scenario plays out.

  57. Comment posted by chris in ga on May 30, 2006 at 1:07 pm (#42052)

    Milledge is a major leaguer!

  58. Comment posted by Mike on May 30, 2006 at 1:09 pm (#42053)

    With Xavier Nady heading to the disabled list, five-tool hitting prospect Lastings Milledge is being brought up to the Major Leagues, and will start in the Mets’ game tonight against the Arizona Diamondbacks.

    Yeeeeeeeeeeeee-haw!!!!!!!

    Free at last, free at last, thank God almighty, Lastings Millegde is free at last.

    Or something like that. Hell, I’m psyched.

  59. Comment posted by Danny on May 30, 2006 at 1:11 pm (#42054)

    This is very cool. Just when Milledge is heating up again too.

  60. Comment posted by chris in ga on May 30, 2006 at 1:12 pm (#42055)

    Hopefully this lights a fire under victor since he’s been struggling @ AAA.

  61. Comment posted by PDNH on May 30, 2006 at 1:13 pm (#42056)

    Milledge is a major leaguer!

    Victor Diaz might not take this so well. I wonder if Lastings has to visit the barber.

  62. Comment posted by sweetlew on May 30, 2006 at 1:18 pm (#42057)

    I was out in the back woods of Alaska this past weekend, so I am way behind on the weekend’s events. I have a couple of questions for those of you in the know:

    1) How did Valentin look at 2nd on Sunday? The guy had 20+ errors for ten straight years in his prime as a SS, so I am wondering if he is a complete butcher out there now that he is a little bit older. Speaking of Valentin, who knew he was traded for Sheffield back in 1992?

    2) I saw Bell threw 2.2 innings on Sunday. Did he have a low pitch count, or are they thinking about making him a longman? How did he look? The boxscore showed 5 baserunners and 2 Ks…not good, but not bad.

    3) Will Pedro ever get run support and bullpen support again? I mean seriously, he should be 9-1 right now.

  63. Comment posted by Wdwrkr35 on May 30, 2006 at 1:18 pm (#42058)

    I hope Milledge does well in the majors and doesnt pull a anderson hernandez choke.

  64. Comment posted by udamnwright on May 30, 2006 at 1:21 pm (#42059)

    What is X’s injury? Back or Ribs? Does LM get to play in RF tonight or do the bench guys get play.

  65. Comment posted by Wdwrkr35 on May 30, 2006 at 1:23 pm (#42060)

    Milledge starts tonight.

  66. Comment posted by Danny on May 30, 2006 at 1:24 pm (#42061)

    1) How did Valentin look at 2nd on Sunday? The guy had 20+ errors for ten straight years in his prime as a SS, so I am wondering if he is a complete butcher out there now that he is a little bit older. Speaking of Valentin, who knew he was traded for Sheffield back in 1992?

    Lew, Valentin also played second last night. He looks decent out there. He has made all of the routine plays. He has not had to make any plays up the middle or turn an important double play, so who knows how that will go? Willie is playing the hot bat right now, which I agree with.

    2) I saw Bell threw 2.2 innings on Sunday. Did he have a low pitch count, or are they thinking about making him a longman? How did he look? The boxscore showed 5 baserunners and 2 Ks…not good, but not bad.

    I thought Bell looked pretty good over his 2.2 innings. They want him to be another guy that they can stretch out as a long man in lower leverage situations for now. Willie admitted though that since Bell has options, he is the first to go should another need arise.

    3) Will Pedro ever get run support and bullpen support again? I mean seriously, he should be 9-1 right now.

    I think Pedro will end the season 5-4 with 23 no-decisions abd a sub 2.00 ERA. Seriously, I don’t know when the Mets will start scoring runs for him. It’s ridiculous. Jason Johnson pitched decent that Friday night, but he was by no means a world beater. The Mets were just asleep offensively.

  67. Comment posted by Mike on May 30, 2006 at 1:25 pm (#42063)

    Part of me thinks X’s injury is to his strike zone judgment. Anderson H conveniently developed a bulging disk as his BA approached his playing weight.

    Omillie play this kind of thing like seasoned pros. A little spin, a little cycle, a little rinse.

  68. Comment posted by udamnwright on May 30, 2006 at 1:28 pm (#42064)

    Nady Apondectomy(sp) after last nights game.

  69. Comment posted by Danny on May 30, 2006 at 1:29 pm (#42065)

    You know what? Nady took that HBP in the small of the back last night. He stayed in the game, but I wonder if there was some sort of injury related to that.

  70. Comment posted by chris in ga on May 30, 2006 at 1:35 pm (#42074)

    Nady Apondectomy(sp) after last nights game.

    now thats not cool. Get well Nady

  71. Comment posted by udamnwright on May 30, 2006 at 1:41 pm (#42081)

    No that really sucks for him hope he get well soon WFAN reported the Apon. Is this an automatic 2 week tryout for LM and back down unless he lights it up. I just hope that Willie doesn’t sit him on the bench for 3 weeks, he doesn’t have to play everyday but atleast 4 or 5 days a week.

  72. Comment posted by Born Yesterday on May 30, 2006 at 1:43 pm (#42082)

    Somebody was asking about updated Lastings’ stats earlier, here is a great site to find up to date stats on any minor leaguer

    http://www.baseballamerica.com/today/stats/

  73. Comment posted by udamnwright on May 30, 2006 at 1:43 pm (#42083)

    To add if you can listen to FAN online today they said they will be covering or doing a bunch of LM talk today and are trying to get Norfolk manager on.

  74. Comment posted by sweetlew on May 30, 2006 at 1:46 pm (#42087)

    now thats not cool. Get well Nady

    Man that sucks, the guy has been battling some low back issues the last few weeks as well. Maybe this will give him the time to get his back completely healed, should really only be 15-21 days from what I understand of the procedure.

    Victor Diaz might not take this so well.

    The heck with Diaz, if this doesn’t drive him to play better, he isn’t worth a darn!

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  76. Comment posted by dptydwg420 on May 30, 2006 at 2:28 pm (#42116)

    Exactly…let Diaz post an OPS higher than his .608 currently in AAA and then we’ll care.

  77. Comment posted by Brian on May 30, 2006 at 3:49 pm (#42172)

    Who is Fernando Martinez?

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