13-24-1, 12.5 GB
Chad Tracy finished his Hawaii Winter Baseball season with an 0-for-5 night, striking out three times and lowering his batting average to .232.
DH K.C. Herren (.211/.257/.295) was 0-for-4 while Ian Gac went hitless in his only at-bat.
19-13, 2.0 GU
Catcher Taylor Teagarden (.271/.345/.479) appeared in 12 games and was 13-for-48 with one double and three home runs. He drew six walks while striking out 18 times.
Shortstop Elvis Andrus (.353/.411/.471) excelled despite being the youngest player in the Fall League at 19-years-old. Andrus had four doubles, one triple, and five stolen bases in 15 games.
Third baseman Chris Davis (.231/.412/.462) had his AFL campaign cut short due to a foot injury. He appeared in just four games and went 3-for-13 with a home run.
Infielder German Duran (.281/.385/.422) put up solid numbers in the Fall League while spending time at second base, shortstop, and third base. The 23-year-old had one double, one triple, and two home runs in 64 at-bats.
Right fielder John Mayberry (.214/.306/.405) struggled after a hot start. The slugger appeared in 23 games, going 18-for-84 at the plate with one double and five home runs. He had 11 walks versus 17 punchouts.
Reliever Scott Feldman (4.24 ERA/.250 BAA) went to the Fall League to work on a new three-quarters delivery and was inconsistent. The 24-year-old hurler held a 4.24 ERA in 17 innings, yielding 16 hits, walking eight, and fanning 16.
Left-handed starter Matt Harrison (2.00 ERA/.174 BAA) proved to be one of the top pitchers in the AFL in seven starts. The former Braves prospect posted a 5-0 record and yielded only 16 hits in 27 innings. Harrison went through a four start stretch where he gave up no runs on two hits in 15 frames.
Danny Herrera (2.53 ERA/.212 BAA) walked more (6) than he struck out (5) over 10.2 innings, but he permitted just seven hits. Five of Herrera's seven hits allowed came in two of his 10 relief appearances.
Righty Kea Kometani (1.80 ERA/.143 BAA) was impressive in 10 innings, as he struck out 17 batters and gave up only five hits. The 6-foot-4 product of Pepperdine University fanned at least two batters in six of his eight one-inning appearances.
Jason Botts broke a long home run drought as he was 2-for-3 with a homer and three RBI in game one of Obregon's doubleheader on Sunday.
Botts was 0-for-4 with an RBI in the nightcap.
Max Ramirez returned to La Guaira's lineup for the first time since November 2nd and went 1-for-3 as the team's designated hitter.
Kendy Batista also appeared for the Tiburones and gave up a run on three hits and a walk. He did not record an out.
Freddy Guzman singled once in four at-bats. He also stole his sixth base of the season.
Este starting pitcher Omar Beltre lost despite giving up only two runs on four hits in six innings. He walked one and struck out five.
Left fielder Victor Diaz (.143/.236/.408) was 2-for-4 with his fourth home run of the DWL season.
Nelson Cruz upped his average to .469 with two singles in three official at-bats.
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