Down on the Farm- Winter League Roundup- October 20

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Peoria Javelinas

The team won 2-0 on Friday, beating Scottsdale. They are now 6-4 on the season.

Luis Urias went 1-3 with a run and a walk on the night. The infielder is still displaying excellent plate discipline and hitting .368 on the season.

Josh Naylor went 1-4 with two K’s on Friday night. The left-handed power hitter has hit two homers already in a handful of games this winter season.

Franmil Reyes was 0-4 on Friday, but the talented, young right fielder is someone to keep an eye on moving forward.

Winter Leagues

Franchy Cordero went 0-4 on Friday with two K’s hitting out of the three-hole for Escogido. He is still hitting .350 on the year. Cordero is still developing his plate discipline and this exposure in the Dominican Republic is certainly good for him.

Luis Domoromo, a 25-year-old first baseman, who used to be in the Padres’ organization, went 3-3 with a homer and two walks. The left-handed hitter has been playing independent ball recently in an attempt to get back into pro ball.

Alberth Martinez went 0-3 with an RBI and a strikeout on Friday night. The right-handed-hitting outfielder hit .279 last year in San Antonio recording a .683 OPS. At 26, he is nothing more than organizational depth at this point in his career.

Fernando Tatis Jr. was a perfect 3-3 on Friday night with a double, an RBI, and walk. He is hitting a cool .400 on the season, while playing shortstop for Escogido.

Fernando Perez went 1-2 with two runs, a stolen base, and a walk, as the San Diego high school (Otay HS) product is getting some extra at bats this winter. Perez is hitting .273 so far this season.

Luis Torrens went 0-2 as he entered the game as a pinch hitter. The young backstop has played well early on in the Winter season.

Eric Yardley continues to be flawless. The right-hander threw a scoreless inning, allowing one unearned run to score on Friday.

Hansel Rodriguez was roughed up a bit, allowing two earned runs on one hit and a walk in one-third of an inning. His ERA is up to 13.50 on the season.

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