Games Played on 09/04/12

Minor League Player of the Day: Billings RF Jeff Gelalich went 2-4 with a double and triple. The 21 year old was a 1st round pick in this year’s draft, but has struggled in his first professional season going .236/.329/.370/.699 at Billings.


The Bats season is over…thank goodness. Horrible year for the Reds AAA team, as they finished last in the Western Division, 38 games out of first, with a 51-93 record, losing 9 of their last 10 and 7 in a row.


Pensacola finished their inaugural season with a 34-35 second half record, finishing 3rd in the South Division, 4 games out of first place. They had the exact same record in the first half, finishing 3rd, but were 5.5 games out.

High A

The Blaze won the first half title by 3 games over San Jose, with a 41-29 record. They finished third in the second half with a 31-29 record, 8 games out.

Bakersfield has a bye in the first round of the California League Playoffs, awaiting the winner of San Jose and Modesto.

Low A

The Dragons finished last in their division in the first half, going 30-40, 17.5 games out of first. The second half wasn’t much kinder, they again finished last, going 30-38, 11 games out and finished last again.


Helena 11 – Billings 5

The Mustangs loss dropped them back into a first place time with Missoula, who they play in the final two games of the season.

Jeff Gelalich was 2-4 with a double/triple and Robert Maddox homered for the second day in a row.

Jordan Remer was the only Mustang pitcher to throw a scoreless inning.

AZL Reds – Season Completed

The AZL Reds finished the season last in the AZL Central with a 18 – 38 record and 16.5 games back of first place. Jonathan Reynoso was the Red’s lone player named to the 2012 Arizona League All-Star Team. Reynoso, a 19 year old RH hitting OF, hit .311/.328/.411/.739 in 190 AB with 30 SB.