Crawdads Alumni Report March 13

Sunday, March 13

HIGHLIGHT OF THE DAY: ­

Nick Williams (’13, OF/ Philadelphia) cranked a three-run HR (1) in the eighth that gave the Phillies breathing room in an 8-5 win over Toronto.

 

BIRTHDAYS:

Matt Guillory (’05, P) turns 33.

Brett Holmes (’05, OF) turns 35.

 

ALUM IN THE NEWS:

Kellin Deglan (’11-12, ’15, C/ Texas) impresses Rangers manager with defensive prowess, writes MLB.com’s T.R. Sullivan.

Jose Bautista (’02, 3B/ Toronto) has an encounter with the Phillie Phanatic.

http://m.mlb.com/cutfour/2016/03/12/167198336

Former Crawdads catcher Vin DiFazio (’09-’10) now in the LA Dodger camp impresses with his impersonation of President Barak Obama.

 

 TEXAS RANGERS:

Oakland Texas: Hanser Alberto (’12, 3B- SS/ Texas) 1-2, 2B, K; Joey Gallo (’13, 3B/ Texas) 0-2; Isiah Kiner-Falefa (’14-’15, IF/ Texas) 1-2, R; Nomar Mazara (’13-’14, OF/ Texas) 1-3, RBI; Josh Morgan (’15, 3B-SS/ Texas) 0-2; Brallan Perez (’15, 2B/ Texas) 0-0, R, SB; Drew Robinson ’12, 3B/ Texas) 1-3, 3B, BB, R; Ryan Rua (’13, 2B/ Texas) 0-2, R; Phil Klein (’12, P/ Texas) 2.2 IP, 2 H, 2 R, 2 BB, 3 K, 1 HR; Francisco Mendoza (’11, P/ Texas) 1.1 IP, 1 BB; Connor Sadzeck (’13, P/ Texas) 1 IP, 1 H; Keone Kela (’13, P/ Texas) 1 IP, 1 BB, 2 K.

 

CACTUS LEAGUE:

Chicago White Sox 2 Chicago Cubs 9: Leury Garcia (’09-’10, SS/ White Sox) 1-3

Colorado 6 Milwaukee 7: Alex Presley (’06, OF/ Seattle) 1-3, R.

Seattle 5 Cincinnati 2: Luis Sardinas (’12, SS/ Seattle) 1-3, RBI

 

GRAPEFRUIT LEAGUE:

Miami 11 Boston 8: Tomas Telis (’11, C/ Miami) 1-1, two-run double; http://m.mlb.com/video/v552311983/?game_pk=469592 Cody Ege (’13, P/ Miami) 1 IP, 2 H, 3 R, 2 K, 1 HR / Jorge Marban (’11, P/ Boston) 1/3 IP, 1 HR.

Minnesota 1 Baltimore 8: Todd Redmond (’06, P/ Baltimore) 1 IP, 2 K.

Pittsburgh 0 Detroit 3: Jordy Mercer (’08, SS/ Pittsburgh) 0-3.

St. Louis 14 New York Mets 9: Neil Walker (’05, C/ NY Mets) 1-3, R, K.

Toronto 5 Philadelphia 8: Jose Bautista (’02, OF/ Toronto) 0-3 / Odubel Herrera (’11/ 2B/ Philadelphia) 2-3, RBI

Washington 11 Atlanta 1: Sean Burnett (’01, P/ Washington) 1 IP.

 

COLLEGES:

Bemidji St. (MN) 9 Oklahoma City 11 (8) (Game 1) / Bemidji St. (MN) 4 Oklahoma City 7 (16-7) (Game 2):  Bobby Spain (’08, 3B/ Asst. Coach/ OCU)

Cal State Los Angeles 4 Stanislaus St. 12 (Game 1) / Cal State Los Angeles 3 (6-15 overall, 5-5 CCAA) Stanislaus St. 4 (Game 2): Chris Hernandez (’04, P/ Pitching Coach, CSULA)

Concordia-St. Paul 6 Augustana (SD) 8 (Game 1) / Concordia-St. Paul 2 Augustana (SD) 4 (6-3) (Game 2):  Juan Thomas (’93, 1B/ Volunteer Asst., AU)

George Washington 1 (5-9) Monmouth 4: Gregg Ritchie (’98, Hitting Coach/ Head Coach, GWU)

Morningside (IA) 1 (14-4) Providence Christian (CA) 2: Brian Drent (’95, OF/ Head Coach MU)

Oakland (MI) 0 Dayton (Game 1) 3/ Oakland (MI) 6 (6-9) Dayton 4 (Game 2): John Musachio (’97, P/ Head Coach OU)

NY Tech 1 Richmond 9 (10-5) (Spider Invitational): Tracy Woodson (’99. Manager/ Head Coach/ UR)

Oral Roberts 1 (7-6) Auburn 10: Sean Snedeker (’96-’98, Pitching Coach/ Pitching Coach ORU)

Stevenson (Md.) 13 Elizabethtown (PA) 4 (Game 1) / Stevenson (Md.) 4 Elizabethtown (PA) 2 (6-6) (Game 2):  Cliff Smith (’05, P/ Head Coach, EC)

Valparaiso 2 (4-11) Dallas Baptist 9: Brian Schmack (’96, P/ Head Coach, Valpo)

 

JUNIOR COLLEGES:

Oakton CC (IL) 2 Herkimer (NY) 0 (Game 1) / Oakton CC (IL) 9 (2-0) Herkimer (NY) 2 (Game 2) (Russmat Invitational, Winter Haven, FL): Michael Scala (’02, OF/ Asst. Coach, OCC)

 

HIGH SCHOOLS:

Cheney 21 Prosser (WA) 2 (0-1): Steve Schorzman (’98, P/ Head Coach, PHS)  

Cottonwood (UT) 8 Viewmont 2 / Cottonwood 7 (2-0) Long Peak 6: Chris Shelton (’02, 1B/ Asst. Coach, CHS)

Hillcrest (CA) 1 (4-3) Aquinas 8 (Chino Tournament): Scott Vollmer (’94, C/ Head Coach, HHS)

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