Haynes overpowering, Green hammered

The Kernels got a strong performance from Jeremy Haynes and just enough offense to claim the system's only win. Kasey Olenberger was strong, but the offense wasn't for Salt Lake, while nothing went right for Arkansas.
April 17, 2007

Mosebach, Haynes impress in season debuts

Jeremy Haynes was in the strike zone for Cedar Rapids, a positive omen for the second-year pitcher. Robert Mosebach was strong in his first appearance of the year at Rancho, but pitching in the top half of the system struggled.
April 10, 2007

Haynes earns Pitcher of the Week honors

Orem Owlz righthander Jeremy Haynes earned pitcher of the week honors a day after he won his second straight outing to keep his club in sole possession of first place in the Pioneer League.
August 28, 2006

Rodriguez likes Double-A; Morris ends in 19

Shell has another rough time. Sean Rodriguez likes Double-A. Erstad rehabbing but no factor. Dallas Morris ends a marathon. Jeremy Haynes keeps Orem in the lead. Dustin Miller gets his first win.
August 28, 2006

Pitching Gems in Rancho and Orem

Rancho starter Karl Gelinas collected his second career complete game in fine fashion with a four-hitter in the Cal League. Owlz pitchers gave up just three hits in 10 innings. In Arkansas, however, it was all offense in a game that featured nine home runs. Salt Lake was back to baseball - not beer league softball - thanks to Joe Saunders while Cedar Rapids couldn't get the key hit.
July 25, 2006

Groundhog Day? Each club gets repeat results

On a night when the four Angels affiliates that played all got the same results as Tuesday, it was reliever Chris Bootcheck who took up the mantel for the Bees while starter Nick Green did the job for Arkansas. Rancho continues to scuffle despite Nate Sutton and Orem falls in extra innings for the second straight night even as they steal eight bases.
July 20, 2006

Angels land pair of draft-and-follow signees

A week before the 2006 First-Year Player Draft, the Angels' 2005 draft class got a boost with the addition of right-handed pitchers Sean O'Sullivan and Jeremy Haynes. Both players signed under Major League Baseball's draft-and-follow system which allows teams to keep the rights of certain junior college players for a year.
May 30, 2006