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Baseball america had the following 2005 stats for a Julio Gonzalez playing in the Mexican league. Have no idea if it is the same guy.

certainly not overwhelming, but if it is the same guy, what with a small sample size and a 17 year old in any professional league, stats must be taken with a huge grain of salt

Sidd Finch went 13-6 with a 4.04 era in the Scandanavian League playing for the Greenland Sunspots.

"I'm learning a good bit of Spanish actually just by checking the Leones Website because it's the easiest way to check in on Tomas Perez."

It's amazing our wives don't leave us.

So far, so good. I've made it this long with much geekier distractions than my blog, including my volumes of X-Men comics.

She's a good woman.

"Right-handed pitcher Ricardo Rodriguez was acquired as the player to be named later from Texas to complete the Vicente Padilla trade, Phillies Vice President & General Manager Pat Gillick announced today.

"We're trying to add more depth to our pitching staff and give Charlie more people to look at in spring training," said Gillick.

Rodriguez, 27, went 2-3 with a 5.53 ERA in 12 games (10 starts) for Texas this past season. In 13 games (12 starts) for triple-A Oklahoma, he went 7-3 with a 2.91 ERA, including two shutouts. He was placed on the 15-day disabled list on August 9 with a right shoulder contusion and missed the remainder of the major league season.

A native of the Dominican Republic, Rodriguez is 10-15 with a 5.18 ERA in 39 career games (36 starts) with Cleveland (2002-03) and Texas (2004-05).

The Phillies are now at 38 players on the 40-man roster."

Ughhhhhhhhhhh. It doesn't even merit a headline on the site....

David Doster spent the year in the Mexican League and then signed on with the PCL back in late August if anyone cares.


Regarding Collier, could he have been a steroids casualty?

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