Star-Gazette from Elmira, New York on June 20, 1990 · 18
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Star-Gazette from Elmira, New York · 18

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2C Star-Gazette, Wednesday, June 20, 1 990 SPORTS David Alvarez FIRST BASEMAN-DH Came in late last season to fill the spot at first base and hit only .125 in 15 games ... in his third year of pro baseball in the Red Sox organization. V... Randy Brown SHORTSTOP Top pick in 1 989 draft but didn't sign until this spring ... was MVP in JUCO tourname nt ... stro ng arm - : y and all the tools. Chris Davis RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Product of the College of Sequias in Cal. ... 1 990 is his first year in professio nal baseball. Tim Davis SECOND BASEMAN From Southern Illinois University and one of the Red Sox' top picks in the 1 990 draft ... is a real gamer who can play shortstop as well. Joe Demus I I 1 CATCHER Free-age nt sinnea J 1 the Red Sox picked up last fall ... will fill backup and bullpen role for the Pioneers in 1 990. Jim Dennison LEFT-HANDED PITCHER In his second year of profession al ball ... had 1.55 ERA in Gulf Coast League but struggled in Winter Haven at the end of 1 989 and early 1 990. yi I Willie Dukes OUTFIELDER Spent some time in Elmira last year but was most effective in the Gulf Coast League, where he hit .248 ... Also played in Florida Instructional League. Gar Finnvold RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Product of Florida State University picked up in the June draft ... bi lied as a strong starter with a good mixture of stuff. Jason Friedman FIRST BASEMAN Coming to Elmira from Winter Haven of the Florida State League, where he has struggled ... good power and strength. Tim Graham OUTFIELDER Hit .246 in Gulf Coast League in 1989 including five doubles and two triples .. I eft-hande d hitter hails from Lancaster, Ohio. j ;- 1 ft... I Larry Grant INFIELDER Utility man out of Seattle, Washingt on who spent all of 1 989 in the Gulf Coast League .. . only hit .193 in 140at-bats. John Lammon CATCHER Free-age nt signee who just joined the Red Sox two weeks ago from the junior college ranks ... good hitter and quick release. Jeff Limoncelli SECOND BASEMAN Horsehead mm,," 'HW ? s natlve ,f whose """"Wl father, Bill, t. M':' Is a former 11" f : Pioneers 4 - f manager .. - j . . was A'ik! signed in I ' 1989 by I J Red Sox and played in Elmira and the Gulf Coast League. John Locker RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Back in Elmira for second year ... w as 1-2 with 3.29 ERA while battling with control ... Is the nephew of former major-leaguer Bob Locker. Jose Lora OUTFIELDER This product of the Dominican Republic hit. 177 in the Gulf Coast League level in 1989 ... 20-year-old struck out 28 times last season. F"" - v. 11 ' m Jose Malave OUTFIELDER In his first year of professio nal baseball, Malave has already shown he has a big stick ... is highly rated in potential and has deceptive speed. Jeff McNeely OUTFIELDER After .w. .Me hitting .260 in 61 games in Elmira in '89, McNeely is back and is the cornersto ne of the outfield. Eric Plantenberg LEFT-HANDED PITCHER June 1990 draft pick out of San Diego State ... has been highly touted by Red Sox scouts and is predicted to be a starter. David Ring RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER 1 8-year-o Id who turns 1 9 on July 5 was 0-2 in Gulf Coast League with a 2.63 ERA last year ... st ruck out 28 in 37 innings of work. Silveria Santa Maria RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER 20-year-o I I Id ' , -v r : Dominican i t ' ' Republic r rivi ' product l fe$' who has Hv J durability llTJ ... was 3-' 5 with a ' 2.95 ERA I C I in Gulf Coast League in 1 989 ... he struck out 38 in 50 innings of work. Cedric Santiago LEFT-HANDED PITCHER This native of Puerto Rico was 1 -2 with a 1 .44 ERA in the Gulf Coast League in 1989 ... i n50 innings struck out 38 and allowed eight earned runs. Tim Smith RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER I Product of Boston College who was recently signed by the Red Sox ... 1 990 will be first year of professional baseball. I . 3 Shea Wardwell THIRD BASEMAN Free agent I infielder in his first 0 hit ?lcJ AvUr. Tfl year of Profess' Aii onal JS LJ baseball ' - ; J Brian Young RIGHT-HANDED PITCHER Product of Ohio University ... 1990 will be first year of professio nal baseball. MIMMUIMiU . ..." 1 1 QiKia QIHstlf CLUB W L PCT Hamilton 4 1 .800 fPittsfield 3 1 .750 Utica 4 2 .667 . WeKand 2 1 .667 Elmira 4 3 .571 Jamestown 4 3 .571 Batavia 5 4 .556 Auburn 1 1 .500 St. Catherines 4 4 .500 Watertown 3 4 .429 Erie 2 4 .333 Niagara Falls 1 2 .333 Geneva 4 9 .308 Oneonta 1 3 .250 CLUB W L PCT Utica 15 7 .682 Pittsfield 12 6 .667 Watertown 15 8 .652 Jamestown 17 11 .607 Elmira 12 12 .500 Geneva 15 15 .500 Batavia 11 14 .440 Auburn 7 9 .438 Oneonta 9 12 .429 : St. Catherines 9 12 .429 Welland 9 12 .429 Erie 11 15 ' .423 Niagara Falls 10 14 .417 : Hamilton . 12 17 .414 CLUB W L PCT Niagara Falls 6 1 .857 Pittsfield 10 2 .833 Batavia 10 3 .769 Oneonta 6 2 .750 Utica 5 3 .625 Jamestown 5 4 .556 Hamilton 6 6 .500 St. Catherines 5 6 .455 Erie 4 7 .364 Watertown 4 7 .364 Welland 4 7 .364 Geneva 2 6 .250 Auburn 2 7 .222 Elmira 3 11 .214 Final 1989 Pioneer Statistics Record: 30-46 Billing Dave Alvarez Colin Dixon Luis Dorante Willie Dukes Chris Hanks Garrett Jenkins Jerl Limoncelli Pedro Manila Jefl McNeely Steve Michael Miguel Monegro Bart Moore Jim Morrison Lou Munoz Ed Perez Julio Rosario Chris Roafelder John Spencer Eric Wedge R. Witherspoon Others Totals Pitching Johnny Diaz Peler Hoy Mark Konopkl John Locker Steve Michael Jim Morrison Kevin Morton Tony Mosley Paul Quantrtll Ed RHey Carlos Rivera Chris Rosfelder Andy Rush Al Sanders Mike Thompson Kevin Uhrhan Totals AVQ .125 297 161 .119 .238 .194 .190 .265 .250 .240 .167 .182 229 207 .215 .231 214 .267 .234 .167 .000 .220 W-L 0-0 6-10 0- 1 1- 2 0-2 0- 2 1- 1 1- 4 5- 4 4-e 0-0 0-0 4-4 6- 8 0-1 2- 1 30-46 Q 15 37 35 18 52 73 9 14 61 67 19 65 41 65 29 50 55 64 41 S 0 76 ERA 000 2 82 6 59 3.29 5 74 6 60 1.88 3.14 3 43 3.13 15 00 2 25 2.55 3 22 12 00 5 17 3.47 AS 32 128 87 59 181 248 21 349 208 192 48 203 48 213 93 143 145 195 145 18 5 2446 a 1 28 26 19 4 5 3 26 20 17 2 2 15 16 3 19 76 R 3 21 11 3 14 27 4 9 20 23 5 24 11 20 6 12 13 21 20 0 0 267 GS 0 12 12 O 2 4 3 1 7 15 0 0 14 13 2 2 76 H 4 38 14 7 43 48 4 4 52 46 8 37 11 44 20 33 31 52 34 3 0 538 CO 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 5 2 0 0 1 4 0 0 17 2B 0 4 3 5 7 6 0 1 7 14 2 4 1 11 3 3 5 10 6 0 0 95 SHO 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 3B 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 14 sv 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 HR 0 3 3 0 1 2 0 3 2 3 0 3 0 2 1 1 0 3 7 0 0 31 IP 0 2 118 0 1 27 1 15 2 150 24 0 48 2 76 0 92 0 30 4 0 81 1 1002 6 0 38 1 664. 1 RBI 1 19 10 1 16 16 0 14 21 23 5 14 2 16 7 16 8 16 22 0 0 216 H 2 109 1180 24 1 1 20 1 1 47 90 81 7 5 69 99 15 45 655 1 20 12 3 11 11 0 7 26 14 3 24 9 10 4 7 21 17 15 0 0 223 R 1 52 109 11 12 11 8 23 37 42 5 1 30 50 10 28 331. SO 2 27 20 24 38 85 5 3 54 58 11 79 19 47 24 19 28 52 21 6 2 631 ER 0 37 52 10 10 11 5 17 29 32 5 1 23 36 8 22 256 E 0 3 8 7 11 3 0 7 4 0 20 0 9 3 15 1 9 2 0 4 113 BB 0 3 37 16 10 10 6 20 12 50 2 1 39 20 1 12 238 SB 0 3 2 2 3 25 0 0 16 3 3 26 3 6 0 2 2 12 1 0 0 toe so 2 73 73 27 9 12 32 45 57 102 0 1 85 100 8 35 596 NEW YORK (AP) Here is the list of the 1990 major league basball amateur draft for the Boston Red Sox. Players are listed alphabetically by name, position, college or high school, and hometown. Players bold are in Elmira: Scott Bethea, ss, Louisiana St., Austin, Teaxs; Rikchy Borrero, c. Segundo Ruiz Belvis, Hormigueros, P.R.; Jerry Burns, rhp, Napa Valley Coll., Fairfield Calif.; Bruce Chick, rf. Georgia, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Jonn Collett, rhp, Citrus Coll., Glendora, Calif.; John Crimmins, c, Norwood HS, Norwood, Mass.; Christopher Davis, rhp, Coll. of the Sequias. Hanford, Calif.; Timothy Davis, 2b, Southern Illinois, Duquoin, 111.; Michael Dekneef, ss. Lewis & Clark, Pearl City, Hawaii; Quinn Feno lb-cf, New Bedford HS, New Bedford, Mass.: Gar Finnvold, rhp, Florida St., Boca Raton, Fla.; Gregory Graham, ss, Louisville, Bowling Green, Ky.; Robert Henkel, rhp. San Jacinto Coll.; North Norris, Tenn.; Jeffrey Johnson, rhp, Fresno CC. Clovis, Calif.; David Klvac, lhp, San Jacinto Coll., North Franklin, Mass.; Aaron Knieper, rhp, Nouvel Catholic Central, Saginaw, Mich.; Ryan Maloney, lhp, Lancaster HS, Lancaster, Ohio; Walter McKeel, c, Greene Central HS, Stantonsburg, N.C.; Todd Miller, rhp, Temple, Coplay, Pa.; Joseph Mondello, c, San Jacinto Coll., North Natchitoches, La.; Leslie Norman, cf-rf, St. Francis, 111., Braidwood, 111.; William Norris, 3b, Eckerd Coll., Clifton Park, N.Y.; Nicolas Ortiz 3b-ss, Cidra HS, Cidra, P.R.; Erik Plantenberg, lhp, San Diego St., Bellevue, Was.; Terry Powers, rhp, Volunteer St. CC, Goodlettsville, Tenn.; Evan Pratte 2b-ss, SW Missouri St., Ballwin, Mo.; Francisco Rodriguez, rhp-ss, Eastern District HS, New York; David Schmidt. 2b, Southwestern Coll., San Diego; Timothy Smith, rhp, Boston Coll., Cumberland, R.I.; Greg Sorrell lb-cf, Poway HS, San Diego; Timothy Tackett, c, Waverly HS, Waverly, Ohio; Gregory Thomas lb-cf, Lake Brantley HS, Altamonte Springs, Fla.; Chad Trahan, rhp, Seminole JC, Tecumseh, Okla.; Brian Young, rhp, Ohio U., Bremen.Ohio; James Young, cf, Weaver HS, Weaver, Ala. . 'ATM MM m i-mtm l M i v y- June 1990 Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sal. 19 20 21 22 23 Auburn Auburn Auburn Auburn Auburn 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Balavia Balavia Geneva Geneva Geneva Oneonla Oneonla July 1990 Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sal. T 2 3 TTi 5 il 1 Oneonla Pittsfield Pittsfield Pittsfield Ulica Utica Ulica ' 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 W-Town W-Town Auburn Auburn Auburn Auburn 15 16 17 18 19 20 21; Balavia Batavia Batavia Batavia Welland Welland Niaqra-F 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Niaqra-F Oneonta Oneonta Oneonta Ulica Utica 29 30 31 ; Utica St. Cath. St. CathJ August 1990 1 2 3 4 Hamilton Hamilton Welland Welland 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 W-Town W-Town W-Town Pittsfield Pittsfield Pittsfield Jmstown 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Jmstown Erie Eria St. Cath St. Cath. Erie Er'Q 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Jmstown Jmstown Geneva Geneva Geneva Geneva 26 27 28 29 30 31 Hamilton Hamilton Niaqra-F Niagra-F Geneva Geneva September 1990 Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Fri. Sat. 1 i n i i i r Balavia 2 3 1 Batavia Auburn ' Key: Home I I Away I I Doubleheader Star-Gazelle grapnic

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