The Mesa Solar Sox went 3-3 this week, and currently sit 7-4, one game behind the Scottsdale Scorpions. Here is how the Pirates prospects fared this week:
-Andrew Lambo got his first game off on Monday, then started the next five games in right field, batting cleanup. Lambo hit for a .294/.429/.588 line in 17 at-bats, with a homer and two doubles.
-Tony Sanchez started three games, with a .300/.364/.600 line in 12 at-bats, along with one homer. On the season, Sanchez is hitting for a .318/.375/.455 line in 22 at-bats. Sanchez homered a day after seeing Bryce Harper, and had some amusing comments about Harper and the home run.
-Josh Harrison started five games, hitting for a .286/.273/.524 line in 21 at-bats, with a double, two triples, and a stolen base. Harrison has a .222/....
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