Steve Geltz - Tampa Bay
By most measures Steve Gelt had another great week as a short reliever for Tampa Bay. Though as the week wound down the Red Sox roughed up Geltz in extra Innings to hand him a loss.
Rays 3 - Red Sox 4: Failed bunt forces tenth inning, Rays come up short - DRaysBay
When the game went to extra innings, the Rays turned to their recently perfect reliever, Steve Geltz. Unfortunately, his run of success came to an end on Friday. After giving up two baserunners, and managing to get two outs, a base hit by Brock Holt scored Mookie Betts, 4-3 Red Sox.
Tom Murphy - New Britain (AA)
Murphy is swinging with power but his batting average to .153 over his past ten games. That brought his once scorching 340+ average down to .252 on the season.
Jazon Kanzler - Fort Myers (A+)
After Kanzler climbed from an 0-20 something start all the way to a .250 batting average he has cooled off. He has been 2 for 16 in his last four games bringing the season average to .238.
Kanzler ended the weekend against the Dunedin Blue Jays. Kanzler went 2-4 with a homerun that started a
Jason Kanzler socks a long solo homer to left center! Miracle are on the board and down 4-1, but have the bases loaded with one out.— Fort Myers Miracle (@MiracleBaseball) June 28, 2015
Mike Burke - Delmarva (A)
Burke had just one appearance on the mound but it was a 2.2 inning show. He gave up three hits and no runs during a nine to seven victory.
Nigel Nootbaar will pitch the 6th inning for Delmarva. Mike Burke delivering a solid 2.2 scoreless innings in relief.— Delmarva Shorebirds (@shorebirds) June 26, 2015
Nick Sinay - Bluefield (ROK)
Sinay been having trouble getting hits so far but the rookie left fielder always finds a way to get on base. Pinch hitting in the 9th Sinay was hit by a pitch, moved to third on the next hit, and then scored on a passed ball.