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Rancho Cucamonga at Inland Empire - 7/24/10

I posted this on the dodgers.scout.com boards but this site seems to get more traffic so I'll repost it. Here are  some quick hits from the 66ers game on Saturday:

 

Eovaldi missed this start with an oblique injury. This was already noted by another poster.



Johan Garcia made three nice plays at third base. He showed good range, instincts, and at least a solid arm. His error came on a play where he charged a ground ball, barehanded it and threw on the run. The throw was in the dirt and Gallagher had to stretch but Austin had a chance to pick it. Too bad he's 23 and can't hit.

 

Alfredo Silverio had a nice opposite-field double on a fastball up and out over the plate. His issue seems to be laying off offspeed stuff down in the zone.

 

Not sure what happened to Austin Gallagher circa '08 but in my looks at him he's just been a guy that just hits ground balls to the opposite field. His two hits came on a blooper and a hard grounder past the SS.

 

For those of you who haven't seen Javier Solano, he's a little on the short, stout side. I wouldn't expect him to add velocity or anything.

 

Matt Sartor just overpowered the hitters in his stint, even striking out Mike Trout. He throws from a high slot which helps him get big downward break on his power curve. He got several swings and misses and a couple of the swings were pretty ugly. HIs peripherals in AA looked pretty decent and he looked like he should really be at that level. Even though he's an older guy, I think he'll see the majors at some point if he sticks with it.

I saw Solano clocked at 92 and Aguasviva at 91-93. I don't remember what Sartor was at but I think he was in the 90-92 range.

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