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 Post subject: Re: The Rochester Jets /// Flying Into the Big Leagues
PostPosted: Wed May 30, 2018 5:29 pm 
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June 1, 2018

May Review

The second month of the season is in the books and we're here to tell you how it went and what went down in May of the 2018 season. Let's start by taking a look at the AL and NL MVP's for the month of May.

American League
Hitter of the Month - Eddie Rosario (MIN) .398 8HR 24RBI
Pitcher of the Month - Craig Kimbrel (BOS) 1-1 12SV 1.20 ERA 20K
Rookie of the Month - Triston McKenzie (CLE) 3-0 1SV 1.23 ERA 21K
Relief Pitcher of the Month - Craig Kimbrel (BOS) 1-1 12SV 1.20 ERA 20K

National League
Hitter of the Month - Kris Bryant (CHC) .466 11HR 36RBI
Pitcher of the Month - Patrick Corbin (ARI) 4-1 1.25 ERA 26K
Rookie of the Month - Justin Dunn (NYM) 3-1 2.12 ERA 28K


Now let's take a look at how the standings are shaping up through the second month of the season throughout the MLB.

AL EAST
New York Yankees 34-21
Toronto Blue Jays 31-24
Boston Red Sox 29-26
Baltimore Orioles 24-31
Tampa Bay Rays 22-33
Rochester Jets 18-37

AL CENTRAL
Minnesota Twins 31-24
Cleveland Indians 30-25
Chicago White Sox 27-28
Kansas City Royals 26-29
Detroit Tigers 22-33

AL WEST
Houston Astros 33-22
Seattle Mariners 32-23
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 31-24
Oakland Athletics 26-29
Texas Rangers 24-31

NL EAST
Washington Nationals 35-20
Atlanta Braves 32-23
Philadelphia Phillies 28-27
Miami Marlins 19-36
New York Mets 18-37

NL CENTRAL
Chicago Cubs 33-22
St. Louis Cardinals 29-26
Milwaukee Brewers 29-26
Pittsburgh Pirates 27-28
Cincinnati Reds 26-29

NL WEST
Los Angeles Dodgers 34-21
Arizona Diamondbacks 33-22
San Diego Padres 32-23
Colorado Rockies 29-26
San Francisco Giants 23-32
Alaska Gold Panners of Fairbanks 13-42


Now let's take a look at the league leaders through the month of May.

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Now let's take a look at the individual stats for the Rochester Jets through the month of May.

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Now let's take a look at any major transactions or accomplishments that occurred in the month of May.

On May 11th, the Athletics traded SP Andrew Triggs (93 BB 3SLD 4CB 2SIFB) and RF Chad Pinder (2EBCCDD) to the Jets, for 3B Jonah Arenado (3FEECDD) and SP Ryan Castellani (96 DB 2CB 1CHG), and $8 million.

Also on May 11th, the Red Sox traded SP Steven Wright (87 CA 1SCB 31KN 1SIFB) and SP Alex Scherff (97 EB 1SLD 1CB 3CHG) to the Braves for OF Jaff Decker (1GFFEEE).

On May 17th, the Rays traded OF Mallex Smith (2EFAFBE) to the Cardinals for RP Ryan Sherriff (95 BE 44SLD 33SIFB).

On May 19th, the Reds traded SP Robert Stephenson (99 GB 4DCB 5VSLD 3CHG)
to the Rangers for OF Delino DeShields Jr. (2DEADBD).


On May 21st, Chris Sale of the Boston Red Sox struck out 20 hitters in a game against the Rochester Jets.

On May 23rd, the Nationals traded OF Alejandro De Aza (2GECEEE) to the Athletics for RP Ryan Dull (95 DE 5SLD 1CHG).

On May 26th, the Orioles traded SS Tim Beckham (3DCCDCD) to the Gold Panners for SP Seth Lugo (97 BB 1CB 2VSLD 1CHG 2SIFB).

On May 29th, the Phillies traded SP Jerad Eickhoff (93 DB 5DCB 1VSLD 1SIFB) to the Tigers for C Grayson Greiner (2EDFCCC).

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 Post subject: Re: The Rochester Jets /// Flying Into the Big Leagues
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 Post subject: Re: The Rochester Jets /// Flying Into the Big Leagues
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sam freeman 13 saves?

kendall graveman?????

I love Kendall Graveman, Im so glad he's doing well. I got his autograph at A's fanfest in 2015.

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 Post subject: Re: The Rochester Jets /// Flying Into the Big Leagues
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June 3, 2018
Blockbuster Trade Brings Darvish to the AL East


BREAKING -- Ken Rosenthal just reported that the Chicago Cubs and Tampa Bay Rays just agree to a blockbuster trade. The Cubs have dealt SP Yu Darvish to the Rays for CF Kevin Kiermaier. Darvish is currently 5-3 with a 4.58 ERA in 56 innings pitched. Kiermaier is currently batting .337 with 3 home runs and 16 runs batted in. This trade looks like it could help both teams pretty well. Kiermaier brings good defense and plenty of hits to the Cubs while Darvish adds an ace to this Tampa Bay rotation that already contains Chris Archer.

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 Post subject: Re: The Rochester Jets /// Flying Into the Big Leagues
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June 3, 2018
Interleague Play Begins, Game 1 Ends with a Bang


ROCHESTER -- The first game of interleague play, between the Washington Nationals and the Rochester Jets would pit Joe Ross up against Ben Lively. In the top of the first, Adam Eaton got the game going with a leadoff single and Daniel Murphy delivered an RBI double to score him. In the top of the fifth, Matt Adams smashed a solo home run to extend the lead to 2-0. In the bottom of the sixth, against Sammy Solis, Tyler Austin, Derek Norris, and Pablo Sandoval delivered back-to-back-to-back doubles to bring home two runs and tie the games. In the top of the eighth, with Trevor Hildenberger on the bump, Bryce Harper got the inning going with a double and was pinch ran by Victor Robles. Daniel Murphy came through with another RBI double to take the lead, 3-2. In the bottom of the ninth, Ryan Madson came in to record the save and put this one in the books. Or so the Nationals had hoped. With one out, Pablo Sandoval smashed a solo home run over the centerfield fence to tie the game at 3-3. Jabari Blash and Isan Diaz delivered singles to put runners on first and second with one out. Emmanuel Rivera came to the plate and hit a soft single to left center that scored Blash easily to win the game, 4-3, the first walk-off of the season for the Jets.

Score
Nationals - 3 (36-21)
Jets - 4 (19-38)

W - Trevor Hildenberger (1-0 3.52 ERA)
L - Ryan Madson (0-1 3.08 ERA)
HR - Pablo Sandoval (3), Matt Adams (1)


Notables
Derek Norris 3-4 2B RBI R
Pablo Sandoval 3-4 2B HR (3) 2RBI R
Ben Lively ND 4.1IP 4H 5K 2R 2ER

Daniel Murphy 2-4 22B 2RBI
Matt Adams 1-4 HR (1) RBI R
Joe Ross ND 4.1IP 5H 4K 0R 0ER


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 Post subject: Re: The Rochester Jets /// Flying Into the Big Leagues
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June 6, 2018
Austin has Big Game, Jets Start Series Right


ST. LOUIS -- Game 1 of this interleague series from Busch Stadium pit Andrew Triggs up against former ace, Adam Wainwright. The Jets got it rolling right away in the first inning when Denard Span and Tyler Austin singled. Derek Norris then came through with a two-run double to make it 2-0, Jets. In the bottom half of the second inning, Dexter Fowler led off the inning with a double and then Paul DeJong smashed a two-run homer to tie the game at 2-2. In the top of the fourth, Jabari Blash doubled and moved up to third flyout by Derek Norris. Then Chad Pinder reached base on a fielder's choice where Blash scored to make it 3-2. Pinder stole second base and scored on a single by Isan Diaz. Then Emmanuel Rivera singled and Denard Span hit an RBI single to score Diaz, making it 5-2 Jets. In the bottom of the fourth, Paul DeJong jacked his second home run of the game, a solo shot to left field, making it 5-3. In the top of the fifth, Derek Norris smashed a solo home run. The Jets would score twice more, both on solo home runs from slugger, Tyler Austin in the seventh and ninth innings. The Jets finished the win, 8-3, to begin the series well against the Cardinals.

Score
Jets - 8 (20-40)
Cardinals - 3 (31-29)

W - Addison Reed (2-1 3.51 ERA)
L - Adam Wainwright (5-4 6.42 ERA)
HR - Paul DeJong 2(12,13), Tyler Austin 2(4,5), Derek Norris (5)


Notables
Tyler Austin 3-5 2HR (4,5) 2RBI 3R
Derek Norris 2-4 2B HR (5) 3RBI R
Andrew Triggs ND 3.2IP 6H 2K 3R 3ER

Dexter Fowler 1-4 2B R
Paul DeJong 2-3 2HR (12,13) 3RBI 2R
Adam Wainwright L 5IP 9H 0K 6R 6ER

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June 10, 2018
Jets Make Trade to Bring Veteran Slugger to Rochester


BREAKING -- Ken Rosenthal just broke the news that the Rochester Jets and New York Yankees have agreed to a trade that will send Matt Holliday to the Jets. The Jets have been seriously lacking in the home run numbers this season, so they dealt for Holliday. In exchange for Holliday, the Jets sent RP Hoby Milner to the Yankees and a player to be named later. Milner currently has a 2.57 ERA for AAA-Augusta, and Matt Holliday is hitting .287 with 6 home runs and 25 runs batted in. Matt Holliday was placed on the active roster and Errol Robinson was optioned to AAA Augusta.

1B Matt Holliday, R/R, 41 years old
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 Post subject: Re: The Rochester Jets /// Flying Into the Big Leagues
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June 10, 2018
Jets Late Comeback not enough in Thriller in Rochester


ROCHESTER -- Game one of this interleague series between the San Diego Padres and Rochester Jets was a thriller. In the top of the second, the Padres put together a rally with a single by Freddy Galvis, a double by Hunter Renfroe, and a two run single by backstop, Austin Hedges, who would end up leaving the game from hamstring tightness. In the top of the fourth, the Friars tacked on another run with a solo homer from another catcher, A.J. Ellis, making it 3-0. The Jets answered back with a single by Asdrubal Cabrera and a two-run homer by Derek Norris, who also happens to be a catcher. In the top of the sixth, Freddy Galvis singled and A.J. Ellis doubled, and then Galvis would come in to score on a wild pitch making it 4-2, Pads. In the bottom of the ninth, the Padres brought in their premier closer, Brad Hand. The Jets did not seem phased by this though as Chad Pinder singled and advanced to second on a passed ball. Then, Matt Holliday drove him in with an RBI single up the middle. With two outs, Pablo Sandoval was called upon to pinch hit for Emmanuel Rivera, but he struck out looking to end the game, the Padres ending up victorious, 4-3. Buddy Baumann would earn the win in thus one as he pitched 2 and two thirds shutout innings out of the bullpen. J.C. Ramirez notched the loss, his sixth of the season as he went 4 and a third surrendering 3 runs on 8 hits.

Score
Padres - 4 (36-26)
Jets - 3 (20-42)

W - Buddy Baumann (2-1 0.00 ERA)
L - J.C. Ramirez (2-6 4.97 ERA)
S - Brad Hand (19)
HR - A.J. Ellis (1), Derek Norris (6)


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June 27, 2018

BREAKING -- All of the top 5 picks in the 2018 MLB Draft have officially been signed and are now with their respective organizations. We will now take a look at each of the top 5 picks of the draft and how they are doing with their team.

1:1 Detroit Tigers - SP Casey Mize 97/E(119)/B(140)/CUT(1)/CB(2)/SPLT(4)/SIFB(2)
Casey Mize has already made the jump from college to the bigs and is the Tigers current long reliever. He has a 4.15 ERA so far in a couple appearances.

1:2 San Francisco Giants - C Joey Bart 2/E(6)/D(113)/F(4)/C(11)/D(8)/E(7)
Joey Bart also has already made the jump to the MLB as he is currently the Giants back up catcher. He is 1 for 3 in 3 at bats.

1:3 Philadelphia Phillies - SP Brady Singer 98/D(122)/B(130)/SLD(4)/CHG(2)
Brady Singer just inked his contract with the Phillies, however, they have already purchased his contract and called him up to the bigs to serve as their long reliever.

1:4 Chicago White Sox - 2B Nick Madrigal 2/C(10)/E(90)/D(9)/E(7)/D(8)/D(8)
Nick Madrigal was also immediately called up to the MLB when drafted and so far he has 2 at bats, with 1 hit, a home run.

1:5 Cincinnati Reds - 1B/OF Seth Beer 3/E(7)/C(135)/F(4)/D(9)/F(5)/F(5)
Seth Beer was also immediately called up to the bigs, however he has not yet logged an at bat in the bigs.

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