Week Four in the Arizona Fall League

The Arizona Fall League is into its second half of their six week season, so let’s check in on the progress of

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some of the former BlueClaws that are down in the sport’s top winter league.

Previously: Intro Post, Week One, Week Two, Week Three

Anthony Gose (2009): Gose had a tough week since our last update, going 2-17 with seven strikeouts, but has still had a strong fall. He has 13 RBIs and six stolen bases in 20 games to go with his .250 batting average.

Josh Zeid (2010): Zeid had his best week last week, throwing a scoreless inning on Wednesday and again on Monday. He’s struck out 12 in 10 innings but has allowed seven runs on 13 hits.

Below are the former BlueClaws with the Phillies prospects with Scottsdale.

Darin Ruf (2010): Ruf hit another home run, his 3rd, last Thursday, and went 5-12 over the last week. He’s at .216 so far with three home runs and 11 RBIs.

Tyler Cloyd (2009): Cloyd made his fifth start of the fall on Friday night and earned the win, allowing two runs over four innings. He’s fanned 16 hitters in 16 innings but is 1-2, 5.50 so far.

Jake Diekman (2008-10): Diekman continues to dominate, throwing two more hitless innings, one on Wednesday and one on Monday. He has not allowed a hit in 7.1 innings (scoreless) so far, and has nine strikeouts to go along with five walks. Can’t do much better than that.
BJ Rosenberg (2009): Rosenberg gave up two runs, one earned, over two innings last week, and struck out two in one inning on Monday. He’s allowed five runs, four earned, on eight hits in seven innings so far.
Colby Shreve (2010-11): Shreve gave up a run in two innings last week, throwing a scoreless inning on Tuesday. One of the least experienced players in the AFL, Shreve has allowed four earned runs in eight innings in the AFL so far.


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