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08.17.13 Mariners Minor League Report.pdf

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SEATTLE MARINERS MINOR LEAGUE REPORT 
Games of August 16, 2013
YESTERDAY’S RESULT STANDINGS FIRST HALF WINNER/LOSER/SAVE
at Tacoma 9
, Colorado Springs 8 (14 IP) 67-60, 2nd, -6.0 W-Bonilla (1-0)
at Jackson 2
, Montgomery 1 26-25, 2nd, -6.0 29-37, 4th, -13.0 W-Kohlscheen (6-3)/S-Leone (3)at Lancaster 14,
High Desert 11
23-30, 5th, -10.5 34-36, 3rd, -5.0 L-Dobbs (5-1)
at Clinton 6
, Quad Cities 1 27-26, T3rd, -8.0 33-36, 5th, -9.5 W-Holman (3-6)Eugene 5,
at Everett 1
10-12, 2nd, -2.0 23-15, 1st, +1.0* L-Vieira (3-5)
at Pulaski 14
, Greeneville 1 35-20, 2nd, -2.5 W-Flores (6-0) AZL Brewers 7,
at AZL Mariners 5
5-13, 4th, -7.0 15-12, 2nd, -1.5 L-Littell (0-5)
at DSL
 
Mariners 8
, DSL Royals 3 34-30, 4th, -8.0 W-Gonzalez (7-3)
VSL Mariners
48-20, 1st, +12.0 END OF REGULAR SEASON
LEAGUE STANDINGS
Pacific Coast League Standings (Northern Division):W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
Salt Lake Bees 73 54 .575 - 41-23 32-31 22-13 L1 7-3
Tacoma Rainiers 67 60 .528 6.0 32-28 35-32 19-21 W1 5-5
Colorado Springs Sky Sox 61 63 .492 10.5 34-26 27-37 19-25 L1 5-5Reno Aces 50 77 .394 23.0 27-40 23-37 19-20 L3 4-6
Southern League Standings (Northern Division):W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
Tennessee Smokies 33 20 .623 - 19-9 14-11 23-10 W6 9-1
Jackson Generals 26 25 .510 6.0 15-12 11-13 9-15 W4 7-3
Birmingham Barons 27 26 .509 6.0 16-9 11-17 15-10 L1 3-7Huntsville Stars 24 29 .453 9.0 11-13 13-16 16-19 W1 6-4Chattanooga Lookouts 16 37 .302 17.0 12-12 4-25 10-19 L6 2-8
California League Standings (Southern Division):W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
Lancaster JetHawks 34 20 .630 - 18-8 16-12 24-12 W1 6-4Lake Elsinore Storm 26 27 .491 7.5 16-12 10-15 18-17 L4 4-6Inland Empire 66ers 26 28 .481 8.0 14-14 12-14 25-22 L1 3-7Rancho Cucamonga Quakes 25 29 .463 9.0 16-10 9-19 17-25 W1 4-6
High Desert Mavericks 23 30 .434 10.5 12-15 11-15 14-22 L1 4-6Midwest League Standings (Western Division):W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
Cedar Rapids Kernels 35 18 .660 - 19-9 16-9 27-14 W3 8-2Quad Cities River Bandits 30 22 .577 4.5 17-8 13-14 26-14 L4 4-6
Clinton LumberKings 27 26 .509 8.0 18-11 9-15 22-19 W5 6-4
Peoria Chiefs 27 26 .509 8.0 17-8 10-18 21-20 W1 5-5Beloit Snappers 24 29 .453 11.0 14-10 10-19 18-23 L4 2-8Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 23 30 .434 12.0 15-13 8-17 18-23 L1 5-5Burlington Bees 22 31 .415 13.0 14-14 8-17 15-26 W1 5-5Kane County Cougars 19 33 .365 15.5 11-13 8-20 16-24 L1 5-5
 Northwest League Standings (Western Division):
 
W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
Spokane Indians 12 10 .545 - 4-5 8-5 4-2 W6 8-2
Everett AquaSox 10 12 .455 2.0 5-4 5-8 4-2 L1 2-8
Vancouver Canadians 9 13 .409 3.0 4-5 5-8 3-3 L2 3-7Tri-City Dust Devils 7 15 .318 5.0 3-6 4-9 1-5 L5 1-9
 Appalachian League (Eastern Devision):W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
Bluefield Blue Jays 37 17 .685 - 20-9 17-8 27-7 W4 7-3
Pulaski Mariners 35 20 .636 2.5 18-10 17-10 20-13 W4 5-5
Burlington Royals 25 30 .455 12.5 14-14 11-16 18-19 W2 4-6Danville Braves 24 29 .453 12.5 11-14 13-15 14-20 L5 4-6Princeton Rays 16 39 .291 21.5 9-16 7-23 7-27 L3 4-6
 Arizona League Standings (Western Division):
 
W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
 AZL Rangers 12 6 .667 - 5-4 7-2 4-2 W3 6-4 AZL Padres 10 8 .556 2.0 3-4 7-4 3-3 L1 5-5 AZL Royals 8 10 .444 4.0 3-6 5-4 4-2 W2 4-6
 AZL Mariners 5 13 .278 7.0 2-7 3-6 1-5 L1 3-7Dominican Summer League Standings:W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
DSL Red Sox 42 22 .656 - 21-10 21-12 42-22 W1 7-3DSL Royals 39 25 .609 3.0 18-13 21-12 39-25 L1 6-4DSL Astros 34 30 .531 8.0 13-20 21-10 34-30 L1 6-4
DSL Mariners 34 30 .531 8.0 17-15 17-15 34-30 W2 8-2
DSL Rays 32 32 .500 10.0 14-18 18-14 32-32 W2 4-6DSL Athletics 30 35 .462 12.5 19-14 11-21 30-35 W1 5-5DSL Dodgers 24 40 .375 18.0 10-22 14-18 24-40 L4 2-8DSL Indians 22 43 .338 20.5 11-22 11-21 22-43 L2 3-7
Venezuelan Summer League Standings:W L PCT GB Home Away Streak Last10# VSL Mariners 48 20 .706 - 26-8 22-12 W1 6-4
VSL Cubs 36 32 .529 12.0 21-14 15-18 L3 5-5VSL Phillies 36 32 .529 12.0 16-17 20-15 W3 7-3VSL Tigers 32 36 .471 16.0 16-17 16-19 W3 4-6VSL Rays 18 50 .265 30.0 11-24 7-26 L2 2-8
 
FIRST HALF FINAL LEAGUE STANDINGS
Southern League First Half Standings (Northern Division):W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
* Birmingham Barons 44 26 .629 - 24-11 20-15 25-15 W2 6-4Chattanooga Lookouts 35 35 .500 9.0 19-16 16-19 16-24 W1 6-4Tennessee Smokies 34 35 .493 9.5 17-17 17-18 23-17 W1 3-7Jackson Generals 29 37 .439 13.0 13-18 16-19 17-21 L2 4-6Huntsville Stars 29 39 .426 14.0 13-22 16-17 17-21 L1 3-7
California League First Half Standings (Southern Division):W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
* Lancaster JetHawks 39 31 .557 - 23-12 16-19 27-16 L1 4-6Inland Empire 66ers 37 33 .529 2.0 19-16 18-17 24-22 L1 7-3High Desert Mavericks 34 36 .486 5.0 21-14 13-22 21-22 W1 4-6Rancho Cucamonga Quakes 31 39 .443 8.0 16-19 15-20 17-23 L2 3-7Lake Elsinore Storm 28 42 .400 11.0 18-17 10-25 21-27 W1 7-3
Midwest League First Half Standings (Western Division):
 
W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
* Beloit Snappers 43 27 .614 - 21-14 22-13 36-22 W2 8-2@Cedar Rapids Kernels 40 28 .588 2.0 23-13 17-15 31-25 L4 3-7Peoria Chiefs 38 29 .567 3.5 20-11 18-18 32-25 W4 7-3Quad Cities River Bandits 38 31 .551 4.5 17-17 21-14 31-26 W1 4-6
Clinton LumberKings 33 36 .478 9.5 17-17 16-19 27-31 L2 5-5
Kane County Cougars 30 36 .455 11.0 18-17 12-19 23-31 W1 4-6Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 29 36 .446 11.5 12-20 17-16 22-31 L1 5-5Burlington Bees 26 39 .400 14.5 9-22 17-17 22-33 L1 3-7
Northwest League First Half Standings (Western Division):
 
W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10* Everett AquaSox 23 15 .605 - 13-6 10-9 13-5 L2 4-6
Vancouver Canadians 22 16 .579 1.0 12-7 10-9 10-8 W1 4-6Spokane Indians 20 18 .526 3.0 11-8 9-10 8-10 W1 5-5Tri-City Dust Devils 19 19 .500 4.0 10-9 9-10 5-13 W3 7-3
 Arizona League Standings (Western Division):
 
W L PCT GB Home Away Div Streak L10
 AZL Rangers 17 11 .607 - 9-5 8-6 7-5 W4 6-4
 AZL Mariners 15 12 .556 1.5 10-3 5-9 3-7 W3 5-5
 AZL Padres 13 15 .464 4.0 7-9 6-6 6-4 W2 5-5 AZL Royals 10 18 .357 7.0 4-10 6-8 4-4 L3 3-7
 
 
MARINERS MINOR LEAUGE AFFILIATES TEAM RECAPS
 AAA TACOMA RAINIERS
 – 
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
 
Colorado Springs 8 runs, 16 hits, 1 error Tacoma 9 runs, 15 hits, 0 errors
RECAP
: 1B
Scott Savastano
, who was a defensive replacement in the top of the 14th inning, hit awalk-off sacrifice fly to send the Tacoma Rainiers to a 9-8 extra-innings win over the ColoradoSprings Tacoma on Friday night. The Rainiers originally overcame a 3-run deficit and tied the scoreat 6-6 after posting 3 runs on 4 hits in the bottom of the 8th inning. SS
Carlos Triunfel
scored on awild pitch and CF
 Abraham Almonte
delivered an RBI single that brought the Rainiers within a run.2B Ty Kelly drove home the go-ahead run with a sac fly. Colorado Springs briefly took an 8-6 leadin the top of the 13th inning before the Rainiers locked the score again in the bottom of the inningafter scoring twice on a fielding error. C
Jason Jaramillo
(4x7, 2 R, 2B) led the team with 4 hits,while RF Nate Tenbrink (3x7, 2 R, 2B, HR, 2 RBI), Triunfel (2x7, R) and 3B/P
Luery Bonilla
(2x4,BB) each recorded multi-hit games. Starter Blake Beavan (5.0,9,5,5,3,2) allowed 5 runs on 9 hits in5.0 innings, but didn’t figure into the decision. RH
Brian Sweeny
(1.0,1,1,1,0,1), LH
BobbyLaFromboise
(2.0,3,0,0,0,1),
Josh Kinney
(2.0,0,0,0,0,2), LH Brian Moran (3.0,3,2,2,3,5) and RH
Leury Bonilla
(1.0,0,0,0,0,1) combined to allow 3 runs over the final 9.0 innings in relief.
Bonilla
isthe first position player to pitch for the Rainiers since infielder
Scott Savastano
tossed 1.0 inning inthe 18th vs. Sacramento on July 18, 2012. He is the first position player to record a decision since
Savastano
(7/18/12 vs. SAC). Prior to that the last time a position player recorded a decision forthe Rainiers was when INF
Chad Akers
was dealt a loss at Fresno on August 25, 2000.
REHAB ASSIGNMENT
: OF
Franklin Gutierrez
began his 4th rehabilitation assignment with Tacoma on Aug. 11. He had a day off yesterday. Overall he is batting .219 (37x169) with 24 runsscored, 13 doubles, 3 home runs, 25 RBI, 13 walks and 4 stolen bases in 40 games with AAA Tacoma. Gutierrez was placed on the 15-day DL on June 25 with a strained right hamstring. Heappeared in 2 games (June 22-23) after being activated from the disabled list on June 22. Gutierrezwas on the disabled list from April 23-June 21 with the same injury (right hamstring strain).Gutierrez was batting .267 (15x60) with 8 runs scored, 4 doubles, 5 home runs (3 leadoff HR) and 11 RBI in 18 games (15 GS in CF) thisseason for Seattle. This is the 6th trip to the DL for Gutierrez since the start of the 2011 season.
OF NOTE:
INF
Carlos Triunfel
has hit safely in 11 of his last 12 games, batting .360 (18x50) with 9 runs scored, 3 doubles, 3 RBI, 1 walkand 1 stolen base. INF
Ty Kelly
has hit safely in 26 of 38 games (w/AB) with 11 multi-hit games since being acquired, while reaching basesafely via a hit or walk in 35 games. Since July 2, he is batting .310 (44x142) with 25 runs scored, 6 doubles, 1 triple, 2 home runs, 12 RBI,37 walks and 2 stolen bases in 39 game. INF
Nate Tenbrink
is batting .340 (17x50) with 5 runs scored, 5 doubles, 2 home runs, 6 RBI and4 walks in 11 games in August. RHP
Taijuan Walker 
tossed 14.0 scoreless innings over his first 3 AAA starts, before allowing a solo homerun in the 5th inning on July 7 at Salt Lake. Overall he is 3-3 with a 4.27 ERA (22 ER, 46.1 IP) in 9 starts with Tacoma.
Today’s probable starter:
LH
James Paxton
(7-10, 4.25) vs. Colorado Springs
 AA JACKSON GENERALS
 – 
SOUTHERN LEAGUE
 
Montgomery 1 run, 8 hits, 2 errors Jackson 2 runs, 2 hits, 0 errors
RECAP
: Despite being limited to only 2 hits, Jackson defeated Montgomery 2-1 on Friday night. The Generals scored the go-ahead run ona fielding error in the 8th. The win marked the 7th straight home win for the Generals, while matching a season-high 4-game win streak. CF
Leon Landry
(1x2, R, RBI, BB) recored the Generals first run with a RBI single in the 2nd inning and scored the winning run in the 8th. 1B
Ji-Man Choi
(1x3, R, BB) reorded the team’s only other hit. Starter
Roenis Elias
(7.0,8,1,1,1,6) limited the Biscuits to only 1 run whilestriking out 6 in a no decision. RH
Stephen Kohlscheen
(1.0,0,0,0,1,1) tossed a scoreless 7th inning to pick up his 6th win of the season,while RH
Dominic Leone
(1.0,0,0,0,0,1) tossed a 1-2-3 9th inning to earn his 3rd save with Jackson.
OF NOTE:
 INF
Chris Taylor 
is batting .300 (18x60) with 12 runs scored, 1 double, 1 triple, 3 RBI, 6 walks and 4 stolen bases in 15 gamesin August. After allowing 5 runs over his first 6 appearances of the season, RH
Carson Smith
has allowed only 5 earned runs over his last33 relief appearances. During this stretch he is 0-1 with 8 saves and a 1.16 ERA (5 ER, 38.2 IP). Since April 22, Smith has lowered hisERA from 8.44 to 2.05. Smith has struck out at least 1 batter in 34 of 39 games (62 strikeouts). LH
Kyle Hunter 
has held oppoentsscoreless in 25 of 30 appearances this season. Overall he is 3-0 with 1 save and a 1.07 ERA (6 ER, 50.2 IP). He has limited opponents toa .219 (41x187), while walking 12 and striking out 36. RH
Stephen Kohlscheen
has allowed only 2 earned runs over his last 24.0 innings(0.75 ERA), including holding opponents scoreless over the last 6.0 innings in relief. During this 14-game stretch (since June 26), he is 4-0while lowering his season ERA from 3.60 to 2.44.
Today’s probable starter:
LH
 Anthony Vasquez
(1-2, 3.38) at Montgomery
MARINERS ORG. LEADERS:Offensive Leaders
 Average:
1. Tyler Smith ............... .355 (55x155)2. Chris Taylor ............ .307 (141x460)3. Patrick Kivlehan ..... .304 (130x428)Chantz Mack ............ .304 (41x135)5. Ian Miller .................. .302 (49x162)Dario Pizzano ......... .302 (119x395)7. Ketel Marte ............. .301 (119x395)8. Ji-Man Choi ............ .299 (112x375)9. Jamal Austin ......... .296 (134x452)10. Julio Morban ............. .296 (85x287)
Home Runs:
1. Jabari Blash ................................ 20Daniel Paolini .............................. 183. Carlos Peguero .......................... 174. Ji-Man Choi ................................. 16Ramon Morla .............................. 16Kevine Rivers .............................. 16
RBI:
1. Kevin Rivers ................................ 822. Ji-Man Choi ................................. 783. Patrick Kivlehan .......................... 774. Daniel Paolini .............................. 735. Carlos Peguero ........................... 71
Stolen Bases:
1. Jamal Austin ............................... 362. Chris Taylor ................................. 313. James Jones ............................... 264. Abraham Almonte ....................... 225. Leon Landry ................................ 21
 
 
 A HIGH DESERT MAVERICKS
 – 
CALIFORNIA LEAGUE
 
High Desert 11 runs, 14 hits, 0 errorsLancaster 14 run, 13 hits, 3 errors
RECAP
: The Mavericks scored 6 runs in the top of the 7th inning to take a 11-6 lead, but it wasn’tenough as Lancaster scored 8 runs in the bottom of the 8th inning to defeat High Desert 14-11 onFriday night. All 9 players in the Mavericks starting lineup recorded at least 1 hit, including multi-hitgames by CF
Jamal Austin
(2x4, 3 R, BB, SB), RF
Kevin Rivers
(2x5, 2 R, 2B, 2 RBI), 3B
PatrickKivlehan (
2x4, R, 2B, 3 RBI, BB), C
Michael Dowd
(2x5, R, 2B, HR, 2 RBI) and LF
Patrick Brady
 (2x5, R, SB). DH
Guillermo Pimentel
hit a home run in his first game back from the DL with a 2-run, 2-out blast in the 7th inning. Starter
Matt Anderson
(2.2,3,6,6,4,3) allowed 6 runs on 3 hits in2.2 innings, but didn’t not figure into the decision. LH
Bobby Shore
(3.1,1,0,0,1,2) held the JetHawks scoreless over 3.1 innings in relief, while LH
Jeremy Dobbs
(1.1,8,7,7,0,1,HR) and RH
 Andrew
Kittredge (0.2,1,1,1,1,0) combined to allow 8 runs over 2.0 innings.
Dobbs
recorded his1st loss of the season, allowing 7 runs in the bottom of the 8th inning.
OF NOTE
: INF
Patrick Kivlehan
has hit safely in the last 20 games, batting .413 (33x80) with 21runs scored, 7 doubles, 6 home runs, 26 RBI, 8 walks and 3 stolen bases. His 20-game hit streak iscurrently the longest active streak in the California League, while T2nd-longest in the league thisseason. It is the 2nd longest streak by a Mavericks player this season (21-INF Ji-Man Choi, 4/27-5/22 & 18-INF Anthony Phillips, 4/11-5/3). Kivlehan has recorded 26 RBI in 14 games in August,which currently leads all minor league players in the month of August. INF OF
Jamal Austin
has hitsafely in 14 of his last 17 games, batting .403 (29x72) with 21 runs scored, 2 double, 1 triple, 6 RBI,7 walks and 8 stolen bases. He has hit safely in 29 of his last 36 games, batting .370 (54x146) with37 runs scored, 6 doubles, 5 triples, 22 RBI, 14 walks and 12 stolen bases. OF
Kevin Rivers
hashit safely in 17 of his last 19 games, batting .400 (32x80) with 16 runs scored, 9 doubles, 1 triple, 5home runs, 22 RBI and 7 walks. Since July 14, Rivers is batting .381 (43x113) with 21 runs scored,13 doubles, 1 triple, 5 home runs, 26 RBI and 10 walks in 28 games. Dating back to July 22 withClinton, INF
Ketel Marte
has hit safely in 19 of his last 22 games with an at-bat, batting .427(41x96) with 15 runs scored, 5 doubles, 2 triples, 10 RBI, 5 walks and 5 stolen bases.
KIVLEHAN NAMED CALIFORNIA PLAYER OF THE WEEK
: 3B
Patrick Kivlehan
was namedCalifornia Player of the Week, August 5-11. Kivlehan hit safely in all 6 games he appeared duringthe week, batting .520 (13x25) with 8 runs scored, 6 extra-base hits (3-2B, 3-HR), 16 RBI and 3 walks. He drove in 11 of his 16 RBI inback-to-back games, Aug. 8-9. His 16 RBI led all MiL players during the week.
6 PACK
: OF
Nate Melendres
(6x8, 5 R, 2B, 2 RBI) went 6-for-8 with 5 runs scored 2 doubles and 2 RBI on Aug. 9 vs. Lancaster. He isone of only 8 minor league players to record at 6 hits in a game this season, includuing 3 Mariners farmhands, joining Rainiers outfielders
 Abraham Almonte
(6x6, 4 R, 2 RBI, BB – 5/29/13 at Colorado Springs) in the PCL and
Carlos Peguero
(6x7, 2 R, 2B, HR, 3 RBI –7/26/13 at Reno) in the PCL, Jose Lopez in the Mexican League (6x6, 3 R, 2 RBI 7/28/13 vs. Laguna) Alan Sanchez of Oaxaca in theMexican League (6x8, 5 R, 2 RBI, BB - 5/9/13 vs. Carmen), Moises Sierra with Buffalo in the International League (6x6, 5 R, 2B, 3B, 3 RBI- 4/18/13 at Syracuse), Alfredo Despaigne with Campeche in the Mexican League (6x6, 4 R, HR, RBI - 7/03/2013 at Saltillo) and WillyGarcia with Bradenton in the Florida State League (6x6, 2 R, HR, 2 RBI at St. Lucie - 6/24/2013). Almonte is the first PCL player to record 6hits in a game since Bryan Anderson went 6-for-6 against Tucson on May 24, 2012.
30/30
: The Mavericks recorded 30 hits and scored 30 runs en route to a 30-8 win over Lancaster on August 9. The Mavericks recorded atscored 10 runs in the first and 2nd innings, while recording at least 2 hits in 4 additional innings. The 30 run fell short of the CaliforniaLeague record for most runs by one team in a game, as Fresno scored 34 against Ventura on May 23, 1947. The highest scoring game inCal League history took place at Stater Bros. Stadium on June 28, 2009, with Lake Elsinore defeating High Desert 33-18.Since 2005, the Mavericks are the 6th minor league team to score at least 25 runs and record at least 30 hits in a game. The Mavericks join the Tacoma Rainiers in the PCL (6/19/13 at Colorado Springs, 25 runs, 30 hits), the Visalia Rawhide in the California League (5/15/12at High Desert, 26 runs, 31 hits), Lake Elsinore in the California League (6/28/09 at High Desert, 33 runs, 32 hits), Vaqueros Laguna inthe Mexican League (7/5/08 at Pericos de Puebla, 30 runs, 30 hits) and Diablos Rojos del Mexico in the Mexican League (4/3/07 vs. Potrosde Tijuana, 26 runs, 31 hits) as the only minor league teams to accomplish this feat in the last 8 seasons.
Today’s probable starter:
RH
Jordan Pries
(7-6, 5.23) at Lancaster
MARINERS ORG. LEADERS:Pitching Leaders
ERA:
1. Edwin Diaz............................... 1.582. Lars Huijer .............................. 1.993. Tyler Pike................................ 2.394. Jose Flores .............................. 2.70 Jeffeson Medina ...................... 2.706. Dylan Unsworth ....................... 2.717. Erasmo Ramirez ..................... 2.838. Ramire Cleto............................ 3.099. Taijuan Walker......................... 3.1110. Roenis Elias ............................. 3.18
WINS:
1. Scott DeCecco.............................. 9Anthony Fernandez ...................... 93. Brian Sweeney ............................. 84. Jimmy Gillheeney ......................... 7Lars Huijer .................................... 7Leoncio Munoz ............................. 7 James Paxton ............................... 7 Tyler Pike...................................... 7 Jordan Pries ................................. 7 Taijuan Walker.............................. 7
SAVES:
1. Logan Bawcom ........................... 192. Dominic Leone............................ 153. Carson Smith .............................. 134. Emilio Pagan .............................. 125. Stephen Shackleford .................... 8
STRIKEOUTS:
1. Taijuan Walker.......................... 1452. Roenis Elias .............................. 1213. Stephen Landazuri ................... 1174. James Paxton ........................... 1165. Jordan Pries.............................100

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