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Re: Rochester Red Wings (AAA) 2022
« Reply #1: April 08, 2022, 10:48:57 AM »
Luis Garcia hit a homer and is playing SS, with Adrian Sanchez at 2B. Sanchez can handle short, so I find it interesting they're keeping Garcia there.

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Re: Rochester Red Wings (AAA) 2022
« Reply #2: May 15, 2022, 12:01:42 AM »
8 game win streak

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Re: Rochester Red Wings (AAA) 2022
« Reply #3: May 16, 2022, 11:00:04 AM »
Lot of decent AAAA players, even if my personal cause, Jake Noll, has fallen apart at the plate.

A few players I'm actually interested to see in DC after the major league roster is burned down at the deadline.

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Re: Rochester Red Wings (AAA) 2022
« Reply #4: May 16, 2022, 12:16:09 PM »
9 in a row, 12-1 in May. Won 7-4 yesterday despite Stevenson and Garcia combining for 0-11 in the 1 & 2 slots.

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Re: Rochester Red Wings (AAA) 2022
« Reply #5: May 16, 2022, 10:10:12 PM »
Lot of decent AAAA players, even if my personal cause, Jake Noll, has fallen apart at the plate.

A few players I'm actually interested to see in DC after the major league roster is burned down at the deadline.

There really isn't much on the MLB roster that's tradeable right now and that they'd be willing to trade.  No starters, no relievers except maybe Rainey.  Of the position players it's just Bell and both Hernandezes. Last year's spree was 8 guys leaving.   

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Re: Rochester Red Wings (AAA) 2022
« Reply #6: May 17, 2022, 10:01:53 AM »
There really isn't much on the MLB roster that's tradeable right now and that they'd be willing to trade.  No starters, no relievers except maybe Rainey.  Of the position players it's just Bell and both Hernandezes. Last year's spree was 8 guys leaving.   
Cishek gets fixed I'd imagine there'd be a buyer. Hand got Adams.  I'd imagine they could get a low-ceiling infielder. Frankly, I'd settle for a 1-2 WAR 3rd baseman. 

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Re: Rochester Red Wings (AAA) 2022
« Reply #7: May 17, 2022, 10:33:21 AM »
There really isn't much on the MLB roster that's tradeable right now and that they'd be willing to trade.  No starters, no relievers except maybe Rainey.  Of the position players it's just Bell and both Hernandezes. Last year's spree was 8 guys leaving.   
They can move Bell, the Hernandez's, and Franco. Cruz will be given away or cut. That is give every day spots, though I wouldn't be surprised if they kept one of the three not named Bell. There will be at bats to be had for players in this system who show a pulse in the minors.


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Re: Rochester Red Wings (AAA) 2022
« Reply #8: August 04, 2022, 02:38:43 PM »
Anyone know why Adon hasn't pitched since goin back down? He isn't listed as injured.

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Re: Rochester Red Wings (AAA) 2022
« Reply #9: August 04, 2022, 03:00:27 PM »
made it interesting at the end but fell 5-4, nice day for Adams, 2-4, 2B, 4 RBIs.

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Re: Rochester Red Wings (AAA) 2022
« Reply #10: Today at 12:00:37 PM »
This team has lost 17 in a row. That seems pretty hard to do, even in minor league baseball.

Seen plenty of fluff pieces about the staff in Rochester. But it's tough to believe. It isn't like we have any guys getting better. Same old faces raking and not getting called up while the same AAAA pitchers getting bombed.

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Re: Rochester Red Wings (AAA) 2022
« Reply #11: Today at 12:02:07 PM »
Cavalli is the only real talent on the pitching side.

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« Reply #12: Today at 01:29:12 PM »
Cavalli is the only real talent on the pitching side.

Maybe another Jordan Zimmermann...at best.

Reliever Francisco Perez has looked good in the two times I have watched him -- three innings.

The prize among the relief pitchers is Tyler Clippard. Pitched two K's and a feeble 4 - 3 groundout yesterday. It was as if Clippard was toying with children.

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Re: Rochester Red Wings (AAA) 2022
« Reply #13: Today at 03:30:15 PM »
Cavalli is the only real talent on the pitching side.
well, Henry is a talent, too. Quality of performance isn't the issue. It's quantity with him.

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Re: Rochester Red Wings (AAA) 2022
« Reply #14: Today at 03:52:12 PM »
Maybe another Jordan Zimmermann...at best.

Reliever Francisco Perez has looked good in the two times I have watched him -- three innings.

The prize among the relief pitchers is Tyler Clippard. Pitched two K's and a feeble 4 - 3 groundout yesterday. It was as if Clippard was toying with children.

Another Jordan Zimmermann would be absolutely fantastic.

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Re: Rochester Red Wings (AAA) 2022
« Reply #15: Today at 03:56:29 PM »
Maybe another Jordan Zimmermann...at best.


A 118 ERA+ and 2 top-7 Cy Young finishes would be incredible