Steve Geltz - Tampa Bay
Geltz's role this season has been one of very short relief in key situations. As such there have not been a lot of opportunities for the former UB hurler to earn wins but he got it done this weekend against Boston.
In Boston: Steve Geltz relieves Xavier Cedeno in the 7th -- Boston 3, Tampa Bay 2 #RedSox— Red Sox Plays (@RedSoxPlays) August 2, 2015
Geltz put down the only batter he faced and the Ray's put two on the board in the top of the 8th.
Tom Murphy - Albuquerque (AAA)
Murphy is quickly becoming a fixture in AAA.
Trevor Story wins Pacific Coast League player of the week - The Denver Post
At Albuquerque, Murphy teams with Dustin Garneau and Ryan Casteel in handling the catcher role. Garneau, a 19th-round pick by the Rockies in the 2009 draft, is having his best year. He has 53 RBIs in addition to 14 home runs.
Casteel is on a rehabilitation assignment. He was hitting .354 this year in 26 games.
The Murphy-Garneau-Casteel combination allows director of development Zach Wilson to claim they represent the best minor-league depth at catcher the Rockies have ever had.
Murphy is making himself right at home with the Isotopes. So far he is batting .303 with a home run and five RBIs.
Jason Kanzler - Fort Myers (A+)
Kanzler had a great start to the week but his bat cooled during a double header over the weekend.
Even without hits he managed to do some damage.
Jason Kanzler hit by a pitch in the seventh inning, breaks up a stretch of 27-straight batters retired by Daytona/Fort Myers pitching.— Tyler Murray (@LT__Murray) August 2, 2015
Mike Burke - Delmarva (A)
Burke put up two good performances this week. In total he pitched 5 innings, struck out six batters while walking one and giving up a single hit.
Nick Sinay - Bluefield (ROK)
After he cleaned up last week the Blue Jays kept Sinay on the bench this week. He eventually got a few at bats but it was not one of his better weeks.