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Steve Geltz - Geltz had a great bounce back week following the shelling Oakland gave him two weeks ago.

In two appearances Geltz threw 2.1 innings and gave up just one hit and a walk. Though he has fallen out of first place in Major League Ball for game played in his total of 62 is 6th overall and just three off the lead.

Tommy Murphy - Murphy continues to thrive in AAA ball. He is his performing better at the plate in nearly every way with AAA Albuquerque than he was with the AA New Britain Rock Cats.

15 ALB PCL 3A 26 103 19 30 64 9 2 7 18 4 1 32 0 1 .291 .318 .621 .939 1.15
15 NBR EAS 2A 72 265 36 66 124 17 1 13 44 23 1 80 5 2 .249 .320 .468 .788 0.71

This past week the Catcher had 19 at bats, 6 hits (0.315), a home run, two RBI's and two runs scored. If he keeps this up the Rockeis, who are out of the wild card hunt, may call him up in early September after the Isotopes season is over.

Jason Kanzler - Kanzler has been rather streaky this season but as the season closes he is padding his resume in an attempt to start next season at AA Chattanooga.

He's batting nearly 300 with a home run and seven RBI's over his past ten games.

Mike Burke - Speaking of making a case for AA how about Mike Burke!

Two wins this week after playing just a bit relief part for most of the season. His ERA is just 0.252 over the past ten games and his season WHIP is second on Delmarva.

He may have punched a ticket to either Fredrick (advanced A) or Bowie (AA).

Nick Sinay - UB's best ever Bag thief's season is winding down. When Minnesota drafted him many saw potential as a niche player who could be used for his speed and ability to find a way on base.

Eighteen at bats with five hits (0.277), an RBI, four runs, a stolen base, and he drew three walks.

Sinay is second among the Bluefield Blue Jays with an on base percentage of 0.338, first in stolen bases, and seventh in drawn walks. All this despite being in the bottom half of the team in plate appearances. Sinay has also been perfect in the field, committing no errors yet this season.

So the question for Sinay is will Lansing want a role player on their roster who is good at getting on base, a threat to steal, but not an every game batter?