Spring Training Recap 2/27: Conlon Throws Two Scoreless

We continue our recap for the minor league players:

P.J. Conlon – 2 IP, H, BB, HBP

Conlon didn’t allow a run and kept guys off-balance, but allowed a ground-rule double to uber prospect Alex Bregman. He threw in the mid-80’s, and showed an excellent change.

Phillip Evans – O for 2, K

Evans had an excellent play diving to his right and throwing out Jake Marisnick. He made a couple other diving plays at third place, including robbing Bregman of a double. His first at-bat, he looked very off balance versus the lefty reliever Tony Sipp. He did not look good against changeups in this game.

Wuilmer Becerra – 0 for 2, 2K

Worked a full count but struck out on a nice breaker in his first plate appearance of the spring.

Xorge Carrillo – 0 for 1

Flew out in the 8th

Amed Rosario – 0 for 1

Entered the game in the 7th. He grounded out to short in the bottom of the 8th.

Luis Guillorme – 0 for 1

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1 Comment

  1. Chris Malia

    Some stories we’ll hear from today I’d bet. Phillip Evans’ defense was outstanding. Cannon of an arm. Unfortunately he probably can’t hit. But he is at an interesting spot in his career where he still has peripheral recognition as a prospect, so the defense opens some eyes.

    Montero (not listed here) has looked solid thus far in spring.

    Other things. Amed Rosario is very fast. He has hit mostly groundballs this spring so it has been hard to miss how quickly he gets down the line.

    Becerra is a toolshed but eventually needs to hit.

    Conlon would be the first Irish-born Major Leaguer since 1945, if he makes it.

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