In Mexico on Thursday night, Luis Heredia had his worst outing of the winter, facing three batters without recording an out. He only threw three strikes in his abbreviated outing, issuing two walks and hitting a batter. Two of the runners scored after he was pulled from the game. In 9.2 innings over seven appearances this winter, Heredia has allowed five runs on six hits and seven walks, with two strikeouts.
Sam Kennelly made his debut in Australia on Friday(13 hours ahead of the East Coast). He went 2-for-3 and started at third base. Kennelly has played in the ABL for three seasons already, but has always been the youngest or among the youngest players in the league and struggled. In 56 ABL games prior to Friday, he put up a .144 average, with nine walks and one extra-base hit. The pla...
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