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Steve Geltz - Tampa Bay

Here is a rapid fire interview with Steve Geltz

On the week Geltz had a couple of short appearances and in typical Geltzian fashion he put down the batters he faced.

Tom Murphy - Albuquerque (AAA)

After winning a silver medal with team USA Murphy skipped the trip to New Britain and instead headed right for Albuquerque to take on his new role as the catcher for the AAA Isotopes

While those in attendance for his debut saw no Homers (See what I did there?) it did witness Murphy put up two hits on four at bats. He drove in 1 run.

Murphy followed that up the next day with a 1-4 game.

Suffice it to say that after a weekend in AAA Murphy looks good. If he plays at this rate he will compete for a role on the Rockies next spring.

Jason Kanzler - Fort Myers (A+)

Kanzler's top moment of the week was a two run homer on the 23rd which put the Miracle up in a game they eventually one.

He was having a solid week until he was 0 - for at a double header against Tampa.

Mike Burke - Delmarva (A)

Burke got beat up during a two run outing against Charleston. The run's led to Burke's second loss of the season. The UB hurler is still looking for his first single A victory.

But the week was not all bad for Burke

Comeback Trail Blazed by Mercedes and Leyva, 3-2 | Delmarva Shorebirds News
Garrett Cortright earned the win for Delmarva with two perfect innings in relief. Mike Burke pitched three scoreless frames in relief, keeping the deficit at a manageable two runs. Alvis took the loss in the blown save for Greensboro.

Nick Sinay - Bluefield (ROK)

Sinay is really coming into his own with the Blue Jays. This past week Sinay was 6 for 13 with two runs scored and an RBI.

Double day: Bluefield takes two from Cards - Bluefield Daily Telegraph: Local Sports
Nick Sinay tallied the game’s first run, scoring on a groundout by Clark. Andres Sotillo gave the Jays a 3-1 lead in the second with one swing — his second Appy League home run, over left field. The home side added single runs in the third and fifth frames, on doubles by Clark and Christian Williams.