Friday, July 9, 2010

ONE KEY BLUEFISH PLAYER SOLD, OTHERS COULD FOLLOW

Here is one excerpt from Friday's Atlantic League Notebook, which has been delivered to subscribers:

Atlantic League earned run average leader Patrick Ryan’s departure to the Boston farm system could put a substantial damper on Bridgeport’s optimism for the second half, but the most awkward fact for the Bluefish is they could have any number of other players somewhere on the radar of major league organizations. Leftfielder Steve Moss has not hurt his chances of being noticed by leading the league in batting (.344) and winning the MVP award for the All-Star Game and rightfielder Charlton Jimerson was Player of the Month for June with a league-high .398 average with 11 doubles, six homers and 27 RBI in 26 games. He won the batting championship last season while with Newark.

Other highlights from the Notebook include details on the following:

--A new shortstop debuts in style for Newark

--Long Island also has a new face in a former league RBI champion

--A report on how Lancaster's first two major league graduates are doing

--A number of players have been promoted, demoted or released. We offer details.

Subscriptions to the Atlantic League Notebook are available for the season for $29.95 with details available here or at www.WirzandAssociates.com. Delivery is twice a week via email.


Subscribe now to the 2010 ATLANTIC LEAGUE NOTEBOOK

REQUEST A FREE SAMPLE COPY OF THE ATLANTIC LEAGUE NOTEBOOK

No comments:

Post a Comment

Post a Comment