Here is the scouting report on the Pawtucket Red Sox.
Yamiaco Navarro: He hit an absolute bomb to straight away center field, a good sign for a hitter who had a power outage before being prooted. It was Navarro's only hit of the night at th DH spot, but he looked real good on that swing. The HR came off Fernando Nieve of Buffalo, who was consitently throwing 95 MPH all night long.
Lars Anderson: Lars only hit of the night was a single up the middle on a 91 MPH fastball, which is the only hit I've seen him get in 13 times watching him. He looked better at first than most times I've seen him, he made a great play to scoop a wild throw from Dusty Brown on a pick-off attempt. He also made a great stretch on a double play. A little concerning was he was swining 3-0 and missed a 92 MPH and popped it up.
Robert Coello: I was hoping to see him, and he impressed me. He did allow an inherited runner surrendering a double to his first batter, and did hit a batter with a pitch. He was around 92-94 MPH and hit 96 once. I was most impressed with his slider, which left batters off ballance. He was not afraid to use any of his pitches in hitters counts. I want to see them call him up.
Jeremy Hermida: Poetential