Tigers Minor League Wrap 5/16/09

Toledo 8 Charlotte 9
Wilkin Ramirez had himself a game with 4 hits, including 2 homers. Mike Hessman hit another homer and finished a triple short of the cycle. Scot Drucker allwoed 12 hits and 4 runs in 6 innings. Freddy Dolsi suffered the loss allowing 4 runs (2 earned) in two-thirds of an inning.

Erie 0 Bowie 4 (7 inn)
Deik Scram had the Seawolves lone hit. Jon Kibler went all 7 innings walking 2 and fanning 2.

Brevard County 1 Lakeland 0
Jordan Newton doubled. Audy Ciriaco singled and walked. Trevor Feeney allowed a run in 2.1 innings and Jay Sborz pitched 2.2 shutout innings. Robbie Weinhardt pitched 1 inning not allowing a runner and fanning 1.

Brevard County 6 Lakeland 10
Audy Ciriaco homered twice and doubled, driving in 7 runs. Kody Kaiser had a 3 hit day and he walked. Charlie Furbush K’d 4 and walked none in 5 innings. Brett Jacobson allowed 3 runs in two-thirds of an inning and Scott Green allowed 3 hits and 2 walk in 1.2 innings.

Great Lakes 6 West Michigan 13
Jeremy Bonderman pitched for the Caps, but I think you knew that already. Brandon Douglas went 3 for 4 pushing his line to 358/438/413. Brent Wyatt singled and homered.

2 Comments

  1. Mike Thompson

    May 17, 2009 at 10:14 am

    It’s evident Maggs has something on his mind and it’s been there since the WBC. He just doesn’t have the same look in his eyes either when batting oer on the field. I watched a show on Fox Detroit about him and you can see he is a really deep person. Deep people can let things get to them and it sticks.From watching the show, which showed his batting since he made the Bigs, I see a difference in his batting posture. His left shoulder is about 2″ higher than shown in the past, resulting in his shoulders being tilted and actually limiting his vision. The result is lost timing. If you watch you can see that he has to momentarily level his shoulders before the swing which slows him down by a couple seconds making his swing “late”. The adjustment delays his swing, resulting in lost time and less power and contact. The batting coach should catch this and help this great player fix that beautiful stroke.

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