Winterball Roundup - 10/30

Surprise reliever Evan Reed threw his second consecutive scoreless inning on Friday while Esteban German picked up two singles and a walk in the Dominican Republic. Lone Star Dugout takes a look at all of the day's winterball action.

Arizona Fall League: Surprise 5 - (@) Peoria Saguaros 6
8-8, 2.0 GB

Right fielder Mitch Moreland and DH Taylor Teagarden had identical performances according to the stat line. Both players went 1-for-4 with a run scored and two strikeouts. They batted third and fourth in the Rafters' lineup, respectively.

Reliever Evan Reed tossed a scoreless seventh inning, walking two batters and allowing zero hits. His fastball came in anywhere between 90-94 mph, though it mostly sat between 91-93. He threw 22 pitches [11 strikes] in the frame.

After getting out to a slow start, Reed has tossed scoreless, hitless innings in his last two outings.

Mexican Pacific League

No Rangers appeared on Friday evening.

Venezuelan Winter League

La Guaira designated hitter Max Ramirez went hitless in four at-bats, striking out twice.

Second base defensive replacement Renny Osuna singled in his only plate appearance.

Dominican Winter League

Escogido leadoff hitter Joaquin Arias (.294/.350/.324 in 34 at-bats) was 1-for-3 with a single and a base on balls.

Arias walked just 19 times in 104 games with Triple-A Oklahoma City in 2008, and he had only 20 free passes in 118 games with the RedHawks in '09. But the infielder has four walks in his last four games for Escogido.

Toros designated hitter Esteban German went 2-for-4 with a walk.

Mauro Gomez saw action as a defensive replacement, but he didn't have an at-bat.

Fireballing righty Alexi Ogando fanned two in a scoreless inning. He gave up two hits and walked zero.

Puerto Rican Winter League
Begins November 12

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