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RHP Joey Pulido Sharpening his Pitches

May 1, 2019

RHP Joey Pulido Sharpening his Pitches

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  Right-handed pitcher Joey Pulido is looking to build off his strong 2018 season that saw him pitch for three clubs. Finishing 2018 with an opponent batting average of .162, a WHIP of 0.87, and a K/9 ratio of 7.9; was a great start to Pulido’s career,...

RHP Will McAffer Working Hard Out of the Bullpen

April 27, 2019

RHP Will McAffer Working Hard Out of the Bullpen

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  Right-handed pitcher Will McAffer has been effective in the later innings of ball games for the low-A Lansing Lugnuts. In fact, McAffer hasn’t allowed a run yet in his 9 2/3 innings of work. Factor that in with his opponent batting average of just...

RHP Sean Rackoski Reliable Out of the Bullpen

April 21, 2019

RHP Sean Rackoski Reliable Out of the Bullpen

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  Right-handed pitcher Sean Rackoski has been reliable out of the bullpen in the early stages of the Lansing Lugnuts season. In fact, Rackoski has yet to give up a hit in 2019, and has only allowed three walks so far. A major component to his success is the...

Kyle Weatherly Enjoying Late Inning Work

September 26, 2018

Kyle Weatherly Enjoying Late Inning Work

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  Right-handed pitcher Kyle Weatherly thrived with an increased workload in 2018. Logging a career high in innings pitched with 87 2/3 in 36 contests; Weatherly posted a 3.70 ERA, while striking out 59, and maintaining a WHIP of 1.36 on his campaign. A major...

Yennsy Diaz Putting Up Big Numbers in Lansing

May 10, 2018

Yennsy Diaz Putting Up Big Numbers in Lansing

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  Right-handed pitcher Yennsy Diaz is putting up big numbers in his second season with the Lansing Lugnuts. Currently ranked third in the Midwest League with a 0.88 WHIP; Diaz has been tough on opposing hitters all season, as they’re only managing an...

David Jacob Developing Well at First Base

October 1, 2017

David Jacob Developing Well at First Base

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Looking at David Jacob’s stats from 2017, and one might get the idea that his season came easily for the up-and-coming star. But what his .274/.335/.446 slash line in 168 at-bats doesn’t tell is the way he had to work out of some adversity in Lansing...