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minor lines, 9/10/09

Salem-Keizer won the NWL championship, and Connecticut won again.  Highlights on an individual level for the winning Giants' affiliates: (a) Eddy Martinez-Esteve homered while having a couple hits; (b) Juan Martinez had three more hits; and (c) Quinowksi had 8 K in 3.0 scoreless IP.

AAA: Fresno ended its season on Labor Day

AA: Connecticut defeated New Britain 10-7
(taking a 2-0 lead in the best-of-five series)

Connecticut: 2B Brock Bond: 2 for 4, BB, SO, SB
Connecticut: LF Brad Boyer: 1 for 4, HR, SO
Connecticut: DH Eddy Martinez-Esteve: 2 for 4, HR
Connecticut: SS Brandon Crawford: 0 for 4, 2 SO, E
New Britain: C Wilson Ramos: 4 for 5, HR, 2B

Connecticut: RHP Daryl Maday: 4.0+ IP, 7 H, 5 R, 4 ER, 0 BB, 2 K--1 HR, 1 WP
Connecticut: LHP Alex Hinshaw: 2.0 IP, 3 H, 2 K

EME once again led the Defenders' offense.  He was one of four Defenders with two hits each, one of which was his 2nd HR of the series.  Boyer also homered.  Bond reached base three times, as both he and EME are batting .500 or better through the first two games.  Ramos, who entered the season ranked among the Twins' top five prospects and who had an OPS close to .800 this year in 205 AB, had a big game with four hits, including a HR and a double.

Maday, who had a 4.25 ERA during the regular season, allowed 5 R on 7 H in 4.0 IP.  Aside from allowing one of two runners in herited from Maday to score, Hinshaw pitched a scoreless 5th and 6th inning to be credited with the win.

A+: San Jose has a first-round bye in the Cal League playoffs
(Bakersfield defeated Modesto to tie their best-of-three series at 1-1.)

A-: Augusta ended its season on Labor Day

GreenJackets on SAL leaderboards:
AVG: D'Alessio 4th
OBP: D'Alessio 16th
SLG: Mazzola 11th, D'Alessio 16th
OPS: D'Alessio 12th, Mazzola 14th
HR: Mazzola 9th
H: Mazzola 5th, Culberson 13
BB: (none--Adrianza led team with 42)
SO: Mazzola 10th
AB: Culberson 2nd, Mazzola 8th
RBI: Mazzola 1st
SB: (none--Duggan led team with 23)
ERA: Ronick 2nd, Nicholson 6th
WHIP: Ronick 1st, Nicholson 2nd
K: Surkamp 2nd, Ronick 16th
IP: Ronich 12th, Surkamp 19th
G: (none--Wilson led team with 40)
CG: Nicholson 1st, Surkamp 3rd, Ronick 3rd
W: Surkamp 2nd
Sv: Runzler 14th, Wilson 17th

ssA: Salem-Keizer defeated Tri-City 2-1 (13 innings)
(winning the best-of-five NWL championship series 3-1)

Salem-Keizer: 1B Luke Anders: 2 for 4, 2 BB, IBB, SO
Salem-Keizer: DH Chris Dominguez: 0 for 6, 2 SO, 2 GiDP
Salem-Keizer: RF Ryan Lollis: 2 for 6, 2B, SO
Salem-Keizer: 2B Juan Martinez: 3 for 5, 2B

Salem-Keizer: RHP Wilbur Bucardo: 5.0 IP, 2 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 3 K
Salem-Keizer: LHP David Quinowski: 3.0 IP, 1 H, 8 K--1 HB
Salem-Keizer: RHP Jason Stoffel: 3.0 IP, 2 H, 4 K
Salem-Keizer: RHP Gary Moran: 2.0 IP, 1 H, 2 K

Martinez had three hits, including his third post-season double in four games, pacing the Volcanoes' eleven-hit attack.  He batted .500 in four playoff games.  Anders led reached base four times, including two singles that made him just one of two Volcanoes with an AVG above .265 in the post-season.  Lollis was a third Volcano with a multi-hit line.  Dominguez may be the best hitting prospect on the Volcanoes, but he was the only Volcano without a hit in the final game.  He struck out twice and twice ground into double plays, and finished the series just 1 for 19.

The older Bucardo brother allowed just 1 ER in 5.0 IP.  Quinowski had a presumable career high 8 K, while facing 11 batters.  Stoffell pitched three scoreless innings.  After Bucardo allowed a run in the 1st inning, Moran finished a string of twelve scoreless innings by four Volcanoes pitchers.

R: Giants lost AZL championship game on August 31

DSL: The Gigantes finished their DSL championship series sweep on August 31