Class of 2009 making a statement - Top Dodger Prospect Performances and Minor League Box Scores - Aug 27th, 2009

Top 2009 draft Pick Aaron Miller pitched six innings of no hit ball while striking out five no with walks. The only blemish was HBP. It was the 2nd straight dominant performance by Aaron who is quickly becoming a favorite on TBLA. As Kensai pointed out in the comments, remember this is a 22 year old college pitcher dominating in Low A, not a couple of high school kids like Martin/Eovaldi so while the results have been fantastic we should temper the excitement just a bit considering the level of competition.

Trying to keep up with Aaron was Brett Wallach who struck out eight over three innings before tiring in the fourth.

Dee Gordon's injury was not serious and he was back in the lineup last night getting two hits including a triple.

Kenley Jansen with another shutout innings. He certainly seems to be getting plenty of work.


Check out the Dodger Draft Scorecard.

Don't forget to check out the latest from Jon Chapper

Aug 13th - Jon Chapper Dodger Minor League Report

Dodger Minor League Pride Awards for July

Jon Chapper Minor League Report


Kensai Minor League Reports:

August 20-Down on the Farm - Dominican Dreaming

August 19-Down on the farm, Arizona Heat

August 14-Down on the farm, Rookies Galore

August 12-Low A
August 11-High A
August 10-Double A
August 7-Triple A
July 25-Rookie

Kensai Player Profiles:

August 13-Geison Aguasviva
August 10-Jesus Castillo
August 5-Steven Caseres

August 17-Prospect Profiles - Danny Danielson

August 20-Prospect Profiles - Chris Jacobs


Mid Season Prospect Ranking - True Blue LA
Mid Season Dodger Prospect Ranking from Kensai/Canuck/Phil

Check out these links and let us know what you think. From the above links you can see the daily Dodger minor league box scores, a recap of the best Dodger performances, and a recap of all of baseballs top prospect performances, along with a recap of simply the best minor league performances even if they aren't considered prospects. The Hector Luna performances if you will.

From the First Inning site you can check out the leaderboards for each league including advanced statistics like wOBA and FIP. From the minor league split web site you can click on the player link and check every which way they are doing.

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