Wednesday, August 5, 2015
Now that the trade deadline has come and gone for 2015 now is a good time to check in on the farm to see how Milwaukee's newly acquired prospects are doing. Gone are Jonathon Broxton, Gerardo Parra, Aramis Ramirez, and Carlos Gomez and in return are the following....
Here are the 4 players from the Carlos Gomez trade:
The future (left handed hitting) center fielder for Milwaukee checked in to the Brewers' (AA) affiliate down in Biloxi, MS with the Shuckers. He was the centerpiece to the Carlos Gomez trade and was ranked as the 2nd best prospect acquired in all of baseball before this season's trade deadline.
He is 3 for 13 in 4 games played (.231 BA) with 1 triple and 3 base hits. Phillips has struck out 4 times.
Another outfielder that Milwaukee received was a right fielder that reported to (AAA) Colorado Springs Sky Sox. Santana is hitting .357 in 3 games (5 for 14) with 1 double and struck out 5 times.
You can read more about Mr. Santana HERE.
This guy could be the steal of the trade; a sturdy throwing southpaw that already notched a stellar outing in his first start for Biloxi. This hurler only weighs a whopping 160 lbs and stands 6-3. Take a look for yourself on how he did in his debut (picture) and read up on him HERE.
The final piece to the deal was starting pitcher Adrian Houser who had his first start for Biloxi as well; he went 5 and 2/3's innings and gave up 3 earned runs on 7 hits (1 HR) for a no decision, he did notched 6 punch outs which is very decent and issued no walks.
Gerardo Parra deal:
The RHP has yet to appear for the (AAA) Colorado Springs Sky Sox. Davies was selected to represent Baltimore O's in the Futures Game last month. HERE is great story on the "little guy". He was the Orioles 4th ranked prospect.
Jonathon Broxton deal:
Milwaukee received this young left fielder and have assigned him to their affiliate in Helena, MT. He has played in 1 game and went 1 for 4 and a walk (.250 BA).
Aramis Ramirez deal:
Barrios is the closer for Biloxi right now and is already 2 for 2 in saves 3 games and 3 and 1/3 innings of work (2 strike outs & 1BB).
So there you have it. Those that have played have played pretty well. Sure, this will be a slow, drawn out process before we see most of these prospect in the bigs....but it will be fun. Some will surely wash out.
Posted by Scottage Cheese at 9:35 AM