Clip Files for March

Neil Walker

Hard to tell who was surprised more by Applegate’s 15-5 start to the season: Manager Gary Kicinski or the deadly-accurate Daft-Alyzer… Applegate went an unthinkable 10-0 on the road, sweeping the lowly Bismarck Bombers as well as defending league champion Superior Titans. … The Clips went just 3-3 vs. left-handed starters and a whopping 12-2 vs. righties. … Applegate held Bismarck to just four runs scored in its series, hurling two shutouts. … Applegate was 4-0 in one-run games as Andrew Miller notched eight saves. Miller, Ryan Buchter and Ken Giles combined to pitch 24 2/3 innings without allowing an earned run. Workhorse George Kontos also posted a 0.61 ERA in 14 2/3 innings, allowing just six hits. … Neil Walker might be one of those on-in-odd-years, off-in-even-years guys. He hit five homers in March after only hitting seven for the Clips in all of 2016. … Josh Donaldson carried the offense with a .308 average, seven homers, 15 runs scored and 19 RBIs. … Kole Calhoun had eight doubles while hitting .324. … The Clips outhomered their road opponents 17-3.

Got notes like these on your team and want to see them on the league webpage? E-mail them to me by the 4th of the following month…

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2 Responses

  1. That’s “deadly-accurate” Draft-Alyzer!

  2. Daft-Alyzer? All sort of new bells and whistles out there….

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