Winterball Roundup - 11/25

Aguilas Cibaenas left fielder Julio Borbon batted leadoff and collected a pair of hits on Thursday evening. Lone Star Dugout takes a look at all of the day's winterball action.

Arizona Fall League: Surprise – SEASON OVER
17-12-3, 2.5 GB

The Surprise Rafters wrapped up the campaign with a second-place finish in the Fall League's West Division. Ten different Rangers prospects appeared in at least one game. Right-hander Eric Hurley stood out among the group, as he finished with a streak of 20 consecutive scoreless innings over four starts.

Venezuelan Winter League

Magallanes shortstop Andres Blanco raised his average to .300 by collecting three singles in four at-bats. Blanco also laid down a sacrifice bunt, stole his second base, and committed a fielding error.

La Guaira designated hitter Max Ramirez also singled three times in four at-bats, raising his average to .309.

Liga Paralela (Venezuela Minor League)

David Paisano lead off and played center for La Guaira while Renny Osuna batted second and manned left field. The players had one single apiece, with Paisano going 1-for-5 while Osuna was 1-for-4.

Dominican Winter League

Toros del Este leadoff hitter and left fielder Esteban German singled once and struck out twice in four at-bats. He swiped his 10th base of the season.

Licey left fielder Engel Beltre came off the bench late in the blowout contest and went 0-for-1.

Julio Borbon, who also played in left field on Thursday, had two singles and a run batted in during six trips to the plate.

First baseman Chris Davis went 1-for-3 for the Estrellas Orientales while catcher Taylor Teagarden was 0-for-3 with a walk and two punchouts.

Puerto Rican Winter League

No Rangers appeared on Thursday.

Mexican Pacific League

The circuit has begun its 2010 campaign, but there will be no Rangers players participating this season.

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