Atlantic League signings

The Revolution lost two of their best pitchers Wednesday.
Ryan Baerlocher was assigned to Atlanta’s Triple-A affiliate in Richmond, and Adam Thomas was assigned to Oakland’s Single-A affiliate in Stockton (Calif.).
Here’s a look around the Atlantic League at players who had their contracts purchased by affiliated clubs and professional leagues outside the country.

Luis Figueroa, 3B/DH
Telling stat: .323 avg.
Signed: May 24
New organization: Mexican League (Montclova)
Eric Junge, RHP
Telling stat: 1.29 ERA
Signed: May 15
New organization: N.Y. Yankees (Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre)
Luis Lopez, 3B
Telling stat: .281 avg.
Signed: May 25
New organization: Mexican League (Yucatan)
Clyde Williams, OF
Telling stat: 1-for-9
Signed: May 9
New organization: Mexican League (Tijuana)
Jeremy Hill, RHP
Telling stat: 1.50 ERA
Signed: May 19
New organization: Chinese Professional Baseball League in Taiwan
R.J. Swindle, LHP
Telling stat: 1.93 ERA
Signed: May 26
New organization: Philadelphia Phillies (Single-A Lakewood)
J.J. Trujillo, RHP
Telling stat: 0 ER in nine appearances
Signed: May 29
New organization: Philadelphia Phillies (Double-A Reading)
Jason Anderson, RHP
Telling stat: 1 IP
Signed: May 9
New Organization: Philadelphia Phillies (Triple-A Ottawa)
David Elder, RHP
Telling stat: 0.82 ERA
Signed: May 11
New organization: Mexican League (Laguna)
Anton French, OF
Telling stat: .258 avg.
Signed: May 25
New organization: Mexican League (Tijuana)
Noah Hall, OF
Telling stat: 1 game played
Signed: May 5
New organization: N.Y. Yankees (Double-A Trenton)
Ryan Baerlocher, RHP
Telling stat: 41 Ks, 36 IP
Signed: May 30
New organization: Atlanta Braves (Triple-A Richmond)
Wayne Franklin, LHP
Telling stat: 2-0, 7.04 ERA
Signed: May 16
New organization: CPBL in Taiwan (Uni-President Lions)
Tike Redman, OF
Telling stat: .464 avg.
Signed: May 14
New organization: Baltimore Orioles (Triple-A Norfolk)
Adam Thomas, RHP
Telling stat: 1.50 ERA
Signed: May 30
New organization: Oakland Athletics (Single-A Stockton)

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One Response to Atlantic League signings

  1. Christy says:

    That’s more than sesnible! That’s a great post!

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