Just when some might be wondering what happened to Tom Murphy the UB Alum got back to form for Alburquerque.
Over the last five games in June, Murphy was just two for 21 with 11 strikeouts. It was such a bad stretch that his batting average on the year was flirting with the Mendoza line. It found it's low point on June 30th when a zero for four night brought him all the way down to .208.
The next day began July and Murphy went about making the month it his own. In five July games, Murphy is 14 for 19 with just two strikeouts against four home runs and nine RBI's. His "worst" day at the plate this month
Colorado Rockies No. 9 prospect Tom Murphy clubs two more homers for Albuquerque Isotopes | MiLB.com News | The Official Site of Minor League Baseball
A strained oblique cost Tom Murphy the first month of the season, but it was a June swoon that really impacted the Rockies' ninth-ranked prospect. Just as the calendar flipped to July, however, he's started to heat up.
Murphy homered twice -- giving him long balls in three straight at-bats -- and drove in five runs
Steve Geltz - Is working in Durham as he tries to find the form which made him a staple of Tampa Bay's 2015 Bull Pen
Eddie Gamboa, Steve Geltz, Parker Markel & Adam Kolarek have held batters to a sub-.200 average. More in game notes https://t.co/IZpF9HSZDR— Durham Bulls Media (@DBullsMedia) July 8, 2016
Mike Burke - Burke just keeps throwing strong middle relief for the Orioles A circuit. Another game with three innings, no hits, no runs, and a single walk pushed his Season ERA down to 0.420 on the year.
Nick Sinay - Sinay has cooled off a bit in Bluefield but he still is hitting well in the clutch.
In Bluefield’s 6-2 win, Vlad Guerrero Jr. 2B/1B. Kalik May and Nick Sinay each had a 2-run double. Denis Diaz 5IP/1H/1R/3BB/2K.— John Lott (@LottOnBaseball) July 7, 2016
Mike Kaelin - Kaelin suffered his first loss of his professional career after moving up from Orem to Burlington.