#54- Ramon Troncoso, rhp. Seemed overwhelmed at Vero Beach (1-3, 6.75). Sent back to Columbus, he became the closer and was strong ( 4-0, 2.41, 15 saves).
#53- Trayvon Robinson, of. Became a switch-hitter and not surprisingly had some problems adjusting. Came on well, though. (.254-2-20. Stole five bases in six
#52- Casey Hoorelbeke, rhp. Had a generally marvelous year at Jacksonville. Tired a bit at the end. (2-2, 2.63, seven saves.)
#51- Ryan Carter, of. Got off to a flying start at Vero Beach, then was hurt and slumped badly when he came back. Was released after going .205-3-16.
#50- Miguel Ramirez, rhp. Was the closer at Ogden. Did a good job. (2-3, 3.82, eight saves, 46 strikeouts in 35 innings)
#49- Danny Muegge, rhp. Had an uneven season at Jacksonville with both good and not-so-good moments. ((9-9, 3.86).
#48- Brian Myrow, of. Released before the season began, played in Japan.
#47- James McDonald, rhp. Back to full-time pitching, he began slowly but in his last few starts was outstanding. (5-10, 3.98, 146 strikeouts in 142 innings).
#46- Eduardo Perez, 3b. Began at Columbus, dropped back to Ogden (.255), made it back to Columbus again but never did hit his stride, really. (.248-4-28)
#45- Julio Pimentel, rhp. Faltered both as a starter and in relief at Vero Beach (3-8, 8.69). Was traded to Tampa Bay.
#44- Sergio Pedroza, of. Hit the long ball at Columbus (.281-21) , did little hitting at Vero (.154-3) and was traded to Tampa Bay.
#43- Jordan Pratt, rhp. Generally inconsistent at Columbus (8-4, .4.85, 83 strikeouts in 78 innings).
#42- Josh Bell, 3b. Ripped the ball at Ogden (.308-12-53).
#41- Miguel Sanfler, lhp. Not good at Columbus (1-4, 9.14) but very proficient at Ogden (2-1, 2.18). Used in relief.
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