Albuquerque dropped 3-1 decision to Iowa. Travis Chick pitched a one-hitter and topped Birmingham 6-0. A run in the last of the ninth gave Lancaster a 7-6 win and eliminated Inland Empire. Nick Buss and Jaime Pedroza homered as Great Lakes rolled to an 8-2 win over Dayton. Idaho Falls beat Ogden 5-3.
September 7, 2009
The Dodgers announced the June winners of the Dodger Pride Awards. The Dodger Pride Awards were created in 2008 by General Manager Ned Colletti, and are given on a monthly basis to the players at each level of the club's minor league system who play the game with a hustling, smart, aggressive style. The players and staff on each respective club vote for the awards.
July 13, 2009
Albuquerque shut-down Omaha 4-2. Travis Chick allowed only three hits in his seven innings and Tommy Giles homered twice as Chattanooga stopped Huntsville 4-1. Manny Ramirez homered and Steve Johnson added seven shutout innings as Inland Empire won 7-4. Tony Delmonico's tie-breaking double in the 11th inning gave Great Lakes a 5-4 win over West Michigan.
June 28, 2009
The San Diego Padres traded Travis Chick and Justin Germano for Joe Randa on Saturday. Chick – rated #2 in MadFriars.com prospect rankings – and Germano – ranked #9 in MadFriars.com prospect rankings – shipped out for a 34-year old player who has a one-year deal. Chick is understandably sad to go and Germano says he will be in the Majors in a couple of weeks. Kevin Towers is happy to add Randa but contradictory in explaining the Padres stance. Unless this means World Series for the Padres...
July 24, 2005
Brian Falkenborg walked six in a relief appearance and that marked the beginning of the end. Kennard Jones had both RBI's in a 19-inning win for Mobile. Travis Chick was fantastic on the hill and Paul Abraham got his first Southern League win. Howie Pence talks about being 25 in the Cal League and Leo Rosales talks about getting back on track. Brent Carter isn't walking anyone and that is a good thing. David Jolliff continues his quest as a pitcher.
July 21, 2005
Paul McAnulty in Double-A? Travis Chick overmatched? Sean Thompson a Big Leaguer? Jared Wells still in Lake Elsinore? George Kottaras progressing? Drew Macias a prototypical PETCO Park centerfielder? Fernando Valenzuela's potential? Brett Bonvechio someone to look out for at third base? Matt Bush repeating Fort Wayne? Colt Morton, will he ever move up? Gigantor promoted? All these questions and more answered by Jeff Kingston, the Director of Baseball Operations for the San Diego Padres.
July 20, 2005