From Australia on Friday, Danny Arribas hit his first home run of the ABL season, but it wasn't enough, as his team lost 5-2 to Adelaide. Arribas was the designated hitter and he went 1-for-3 with a solo homer. He is hitting .157 through 31 games and he came into the day with just three extra base hits, all doubles. Arribas has just one home run in three seasons of pro ball, a solo home run on June 21,2012 while he was in the Dominican Summer League.
Danny Arribas hit a ninth inning homer on Friday in Australia
In Puerto Rico, Mel Rojas Jr. made his third start of the playoffs in his team's 7-2 loss. Rojas went 0-for-4 and he is now 1-for-13 in the playoffs, while his team has a 2-9 record in the 12 game round robin series. His only two starts came during the first two games of the p...
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