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Minor League Update - 08/19/05

The Results
Pawtucket at Ottawa - L, 6-1
Portland - DNP
Wilmington at Winston-Salem - W, 11-10
Greenville vs Augusta - W, 14-1
Lowell at Tri-City - L, 8-3

The Prospects
Manny Delcarmen - DNP
Jacoby Ellsbury - 3-5, 3r, 2b, 3b, sb
Craig Hansen - DNP
Jed Lowrie - DNP
Alejandro Machado - 0-3, k
Cla Meredith - DNP
Brandon Moss - DNP
David Murphy - DNP
Dustin Pedroia - 0-4, k
Hanley Ramirez - DNP
Kelly Shoppach - DNP
Luis Soto - 2-5, r, 2rbi

The Starters
name IP H R ER BB SO HR Dec
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Abe Alvarez 3.2 11 6 6 0 2 0 L
Tom Hottovy 3 5 4 4 3 1 1 ND
Roger Lincoln 6 3 0 0 4 6 0 W
Mario Pena 7 6 2 1 1 2 1 W

Other Notables
Matt Van Der Bosch - 3-5, 2r, rbi
Brad Pritz - 2-5, r, rbi
Dustin Brown - 2-5, r, hr, 5rbi
Zach Borowiak - 4-4, 3r, 2b, hr, rbi
Jeff Natale - 2-4, 3r, 2b, rbi, bb
John Otness - 2-3, 2r, hr, 4rbi, bb
Chris Turner - 1-5, r, hr, 4rbi, 2k
Logan Sorensen - 2-4, 2r, rbi, bb
Chuck Jerolman - 3-5, 2r, hr, 2rbi, k
Christian Lara - 2-4, 2r, 2b, rbi
Dominic Ramos - 3-5, 2r, 2rbi, e
Jason Twomley - 2-5, 2r, 2k
Yahmed Yema - 2-5, rbi

Tim Bausher - 3.1 IP, 2 H, 1 BB, 1 K
Barry Hertzler - 4.2 IP, 6 H, 1 ER, W

News and Notes
The lone Paw Sox run came on a solo shot by none other than Mark Bellhorn. Bellhorn's 20 day rehab stint will be over on Saturday and a decision is going to have to be made. It's getting to be pretty obvious that Graffanino has the starting job and he's not going anywhere. Bellhorn's putrid .172/.243/.281 line in Pawtucket isn't helping his case much and he may just find himself optioned off the 40 man roster.

Abe Alvarez was roughed up for the loss, giving up 6 runs in 3.2 IP thanks to 11 hits. The good news is that he didn't walk anyone and didn't allow a home run. His ERA on the season is up to 4.75 and his record is now down to 11-5.

Portland had a scheduled day off.

Two of the teams in the organization had some good games with the bats. Wilmington won a close one, squeaking out a win over Winston-Salem 11-10. Greenville had a much more lopsided game. They scored 14 times while holding Augusta to just 1 run.