Curtis keeps on raking

Open Thread: Ooh, I scored a touchdown
Why does Robinson Cano passively watch the first pitch?

AzFL Surprise (8-6 win over Peoria Javelinas)
Colin Curtis: 1 for 3, 1 R, 1 2B, 2 RBI, 1 BB, 1 K, 1 CS – 17 for his last 39 (.436) with five doubles, a triple, and two jacks
Zach Kroenke: 1.2 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB, 2 K, 0-3 GB/FB – 16 of 26 pitches were strikes (61.5%) … PitchFX had him at 91.72-92.6 with the fastball, but says he threw only nine of them, compared to twelve sliders … that’s odd

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Open Thread: Ooh, I scored a touchdown
Why does Robinson Cano passively watch the first pitch?
  • http://twitter.com/tsjc68 tommiesmithjohncarlos a/k/a Ridiculous Upside

    I see two young bucks who are angling for an R5 protection 40-man spot… well done, gents. Keep it up.

    • rbizzler

      Either that or they are angling toward getting a shot with another org. Your point still stands that they are performing well.

  • Christos

    Colin really killed that double. I’m in arizona.

    • Camilo Gerardo – your inception? fuck perception, go with what makes sense

      lucky you, 50(deg) in ny

      • Camilo Gerardo – your inception? fuck perception, go with what makes sense

        ..what is code for degree sign?

        • pat

          Haha I don’t know but I’m almost positive it’s not (deg)

          • http://twitter.com/tsjc68 tommiesmithjohncarlos a/k/a Ridiculous Upside

            50°.

            Shift-option-8. (On a Mac…)

            • Camilo Gerardo – your inception? fuck perception, go with what makes sense

              lame…

          • Camilo Gerardo – your inception? fuck perception, go with what makes sense

            hehe, in Colin’s milb biography, it says he wore No. 9 during his college career in honor of Roger Maris. that’s cool. they are both from northwest, i guess

            • Rick in Boston

              Not really, unless you count Minnesota and North Dakota as “northwest”.

  • http://thetundrablog.blogspot.com/ Jake H

    I would like Curtis to do well.