In the Dominican on Friday night, Gregory Polanco went 2-for-3 with a walk, two stolen bases and two RBIs. Polanco is batting .333 in 26 games, with 20 walks and 24 RBIs. He has reached base via hit or walk in all but one game this season. Polanco has a .979 OPS, second best in the DWL.
Gregory Polanco reached base three times Friday
Mel Rojas Jr. struck out as a pinch-hitter in the ninth inning. It was just his third appearances this season and his first game in three weeks.
Oscar Tejeda had an 0-for-4 night in the designated hitter role during his team's 3-2 win. He is hitting .265 in 15 games.
From Colombia on Friday, Harold Ramirez went 4-for-5, with a triple, three runs scored and three RBIs. For reference, the starting pitcher facing Ramirez was Osvaldo Rodriguez, a 29-y...
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