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Bells Blog: Monday In The Minors

08/24/2009 9:44 AM

Former Bells player Sean Halton hit his first professional grand slam last week as part of a 9-for-24 (.375) performance with the Helena Brewers. Hanson was 3-for-3 on Monday, Aug. 17, and a 3-for-4 in the first game he played on Friday, Aug. 21. His first hit on Friday put his team up 4-0 as Halton hit his first professional grand slam. He ended the game with 5 RBI, 2 runs scored, a doubled and a home run.

 

If you know of any former Bells currently playing in any type of professional baseball, please let me know by sending an e-mail to BellinghamBellsBlog@gmail.com. All of your assistance is greatly appreciated.

 

JOHNNY BOWDEN | Played for Bells in 2005
Drafted: 41st Round in 2007 by the Colorado Rockies
Current Team: Tulsa Drillers (AA)

Bowden is currently on the disabled list and has not played since May 4.

 

STEPHEN FIFE | Played for Bells in 2007
Drafted: 3rd Round in 2008 by the Boston Red Sox
Current Team: Salem Red Sox (A)

Fife fell apart in his one inning of work last week as the pitcher allowed seven run on seven hits to suffer a loss on Friday, Aug. 21. The right-hander did strike out two but his earned run average took a hit, jumping nearly two runs to 4.96 in his seven games with the Salem Red Sox.

 

SEAN HALTON | Played for Bells in 2008
Drafted: 13th Round in 2009 by the Milwaukee Brewers
Current Team: Helena Brewers (R)

In seven games last week, Halton went 9-for-24 (.375) including a 3-for-3 performance on Monday, Aug. 17, and a 3-for-4 performance in the first game he played on Friday, Aug. 21. His first hit on Friday put his team up 4-0 as Halton hit his first professional grand slam. He ended the game with 5 RBI, 2 runs scored, a doubled and a home run.

 

MARK HOLLIMAN | Played for Bells in 2005
Drafted: 3rd Round in 2005 by the Chicago Cubs
Current Team: Huntsville Stars (AA)

For the second straight week, Holliman gave his team a great start but was still tagged with a loss. The right-handed prospect tossed 5 2/3 innings on Friday, Aug. 21, and allowed just five hits. He also struck out five, but his two earned runs allowed were enough to give the Huntsville Stars the loss.

 

EDDIE KUNZ | Played for Bells in 2005
Drafted: 1st Round in 2007 by the New York Mets
Current Team: Buffalo Bisons (AAA)

Kunz produced great numbers last week as he pitched two perfect innings on Friday, Aug. 21. Of the six batters he faced, Kunz struck out four of them.

 

BRANDON PULLEN | Played for Bells in 2007
Drafted: 37th Round in 2008 by the Seattle Mariners
Current Team: Everett AquaSox (A)

In three relief appearances last week, Pullen pitched a combined 2 2/3 while allowing just four hits and striking out four. His work last week helped lower his ERA to 2.60 in 21 games with the AquaSox.

 

STEVE SPURGEON | Played for Bells in 2005
Drafted: Undrafted
Current Team: Southern Illinois Miners (IND)

After starting the season with the Sioux City Explorers of the American Association, Spurgeon completed his second week with the Southern Illinois Miners of the Frontier League. In two outings, a one inning relief appearance and a 6 1/3 inning start, Spurgeon gave up seven hits and struck out eight while allowing just three runs. He did not factor into the decision in either appearance.

 

MATT STABELFELD | Played for Bells in 2008
Drafted: 41st Round in 2009 by the Tampa Bay Rays
Current Team: Princeton Rays (A)

Stabelfeld appeared in two games and pitched three scoreless innings in which he allowed three hits and struck out three last week.

 

BRANDON TULLIS | Played for Bells in 2009
Drafted: 8th Round by the Texas Rangers
Current Team: Spokane Indians (A)

Tullis suffered his second loss of the season in his lone start last week after allowing just one unearned run in six innings on the bump. Boise’s sixth-inning run was enough as the Hawks shut out the Indians.

 

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ANTHONY CLAGGETT
Drafted: 11th Round in 2005 by the Detroit Tigers
Current Team: Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (AAA)

Claggett was 1-0 last week in his only appearance. He pitched 2 1/3 innings and allowed just one run on three hits to pick up the win in relief.

 

KEVIN RICHARDSON | Played for Bells in 2000 and 2002
Drafted:
Undrafted
Current Team: Oklahoma City RedHawks (AAA)

Richardson went 2-for-7 at the plate in his return to the Minors. The backstop returned to Oklahoma City after a call-up to the Majors last week. Richardson made his MLB debut on Monday, Aug. 17, and was 2-for-4 with a run scored during his brief stint for the Rangers.

 

EMERSON FROSTAD
Drafted: 13th Round in 2003 by the Texas Rangers
Current Team: Oklahoma City RedHawks (AAA)

Frostad struggled at the plate last week going 1-for-12 with two walks and five strikeouts in five games.

MARC RZEPCZYNSKI | Played for Bells in 2004

Drafted: Fifth Round in 2007 by the Toronto Blue Jays
Current Team: Toronto Blue Jays (MLB)
Rzepczynski earned his second Major League victory Friday, Aug. 21, after giving up just one earned run in 6 1/3 innings at home against the Los Angeles Angels. The southpaw allowed just three hits and fanned six in his ninth MLB start.

 

TY TAUBENHEIM
Drafted: 19th Round in 2003 by the Milwaukee Brewers
Current Team: Indianapolis Indians (AAA)

Taubenheim ran into a road block Friday, Aug. 21, as he gave up three runs on nine hits in just 2 2/3 on the mound. He was credited with the loss.



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