Batavia Muckdogs started the week with two wins before going on a three-game
slid. The team rebounded with two
victories in a crucial series with
Colt Sedbrook has a hit in nine of his last 10 games and is batting .395 with three stolen bases during that period. Frederick Parejo is hitting .366 over his last 10 games with five multi-hit games in that time. In his last 10 games, Charlie Cutler has five multi-hit affairs. Xavier Scruggs has seven RBIs in his last seven games.
Arquimedes Nieto is now 5-0 with a 1.52 ERA after spinning five innings of one hit baseball during the week. Not to be outdone, Ramon Delgado equaled the feat the very next night. Adam Reifer now has 13 saves and 24 strikeouts in 18 innings.
On August 4, Daniel Richardson was hammered for three runs in two-thirds of an inning. In his last start, Miguel Tapia was knocked around for eight hits in a five innings of work.
Who's On the Move
Domnit Bolivar returned to where he started the season, the Quad Cities. Pitcher Jameson Maj and outfielder Jon Edwards joined Bolivar with the River Bandits. The feisty Brett Lilley was promoted from
New York-Penn League
record of 29-19, the Muckdogs are in second place in the Pinckney Division, 1.5
games behind leader
Sedbrook ranks fifth in the league in hits, tied for third in triples, and is fourth in on base percentage. Peterson ranks second in on base percentage, tied for seventh in doubles, and tied for eighth in RBIs. Along with Peterson, Scruggs is tied for seventh in doubles.
Nieto's five wins place him third in the league while ranking second in ERA and eighth in WHIP. Reifer's save total is tops in the league. Tapia ranks tied for ninth in wins.
team is fifth in ERA with a respectable 3.28 mark. With 19 saves, the team is tied with
Muckdogs finish their crucial series with
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