Winterball Roundup - 10/27

The Rangers' offensive players in various winterball leagues continued to mash the ball on Saturday. Lone Star Dugout takes a look at all of the day's winterball action.

Hawaii Winter Baseball: West Oahu 3 – Waikiki 1
8-15-1, 9.0 GB

Left fielder Chad Tracy (.292/.346/.667) continued his impressive Hawaii Winter Baseball campaign with a double and a home run in four at bats. Tracy is tied for the HWB lead with five home runs.

Not to be outdone, fellow outfielder K.C. Herren (.237/.297/.373) was a perfect 3-for-3 with a double.

Craig Gentry (2/4) and Ian Gac (1/4, 2B) also had solid days at the plate.

Rangers prospects combined for eight of West Oahu's nine hits on Saturday.

Arizona Fall League: Surprise 17 – Team China 0 (7 innings)
11-5, 2.0 GU

The game was called after seven innings due to a mercy rule.

Catcher Taylor Teagarden (.391/.464/.652 in 23 at-bats) was 2-for-3 with a home run, two walks, and four runs batted in. It was his second home run of the AFL season.

Elvis Andrus (.304/.360/.435) singled and walked in four trips to the plate.

Left-handed pitcher Matt Harrison (1.93 ERA/.216 BAA in 14 IP) got the start and surrendered no runs on one hit in three innings. He struck out two without issuing a walk.

Kea Kometani struck out the side one 11 pitches in the ninth inning. He has nine strikeouts in five Fall League innings.

Mexican Winter League

Jason Botts (.419/.514/.677) singled twice and walked once to raise his batting average to a ludicrous .419.

Centerfielder Brandon Boggs went 1-for-4 with a double in a losing effort for Mexicali.

Venezuelan Winter League

No Rangers appeared on Saturday.

Dominican Winter League

Freddy Guzman went 1-for-2 for Escogido in a rain-shortened game that lasted just five innings.


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