Earlier today, Marlin Maniac expert David Levin wrote about the great Saturday enjoyed by Nick Neidert and Isan Diaz. They were good this week, but there were others who turned heads as well.
Austin Dean had the best overall week of any Miami Marlins minor leaguer, according to FanDuel’s scoring matrix. He collected hits in each of his five New Orleans Baby Cakes appearances, including three multi-hit games. He went 10-for-21 with four walks, eight runs, four doubles, a home run, and seven RBI. His performance pushed his batting average from .302 to .315.
Despite starting his week 0-for-8 in his first two contests for the Batavia Muckdogs, Reynolds ended up going six-for-26 with five walks, six runs, two doubles, two home runs, and five RBI. More on Reynolds here.
18-year-old Rosario continues to impress for the DSL Marlins, and is now slashing .287/.325/.431 for the season. In five games this week, he went five-for-20 with four walks, seven runs, three doubles, a triple, six RBI, and a stolen base. More on Rosario here.
Former top-30 Miami Marlins prospect Twine is still red-hot for the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp. He’s got a .404/.444/.579 slashline in 15 games since getting promoted to the double-A level. In six games this week, Twine went eight-for-24 with a walk, three runs, a triple, a home run, four RBI, and a stolen base.
Johnson, who was Miami’s second-round selection this year, now has his professional slashline up to .303/.336/.444 in 24 games for the GCL Marlins. In five games this week, Johnson is nine-for-19 with two walks, three runs, four doubles, a triple, three RBI, and two stolen bases. More on Johnson here.
Hernandez started seven games this week for the Muckdogs, and posted a six-for-28 week with four walks, five runs, two doubles, a homer, three RBI, and a stolen base.
In six contests this week for the Baby Cakes, Diaz went five-for-21 with two walks, five runs, three triples, a homer, and seven RBI. More on Diaz here.
Osborne is now slashing .340/.416/.509 in 30 games for Batavia. This week was par for the course as far as he’s concerned. In six games, he went seven-for-17 with four walks, five runs, two doubles, a home run, and three RBI.
Andrews tossed two perfect innings, striking out four on Friday’s 8-2 win against the Mahoning Valley Scrappers and taking home his first career professional victory.
Rodriguez pitched four scoreless relief innings on Thursday for the Muckdogs, striking out seven. He gave up one walk and two singles.
Get used to hearing this guys name. He’s 8-0 with a 0.85 WHIP and a .183 oppBA over two seasons for the DSL Marlins. Even better this season, he’s given up three walks and 23 hits in 46 innings, while striking out 43. On Wednesday, he struck out six over five perfect innings of relief in a 1-0 win over the DSL Athletics. More on Palacios here.
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As noted in David’s piece earlier today, Neidert struck out 13 and pushed his record to 10-6 this year for the Jumbo Shrimp. He allowed one run on five hits and didn’t walk anyone, laying claim to an 82 GameScore.
Vesia earned his first Batavia win on Tuesday, pitching three scoreless relief innings in the Muckdogs 4-1 win against the State College Spikes. He whiffed four and surrendered three singles and a walk. Vesia hasn’t allowed an earned run through his first 18 1/3 professional innings.
Jimenez struck out four in three scoreless innings, earning his first win for the DSL Marlins on Friday. He gave up three hits and zero walks.
Recently promoted Dylan Lee appeared twice for the Baby Cakes this week. He struck out four and surrendered zero walks and one hit in three innings.
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