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Postby Cleveland Steamers » Thu Jul 21, 2005 2:55 pm

I am having a terrible time finding a complete stat line for Delmon Young when he was with Montgomery (AA). He was moved up to Durham (AAA) and now stat pages for Montgomery no longer carry his stats. I am really interested in his BB/K ratio. I have all of his other stats while he was with the AA team. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Postby flyguys20 » Thu Jul 21, 2005 3:01 pm

check out http://www.milb.com. it has everything on all of the minor league teams and players. for delmon young:

http://www.minorleaguebaseball.com/app/ ... pid=430321
Charlie "Old Hoss" Radbourn Statistics, 1884:

59-12, 1.34 ERA 75 G, 73 CG, 11 SHO, 678 2/3 IP, 441 K
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Postby Cleveland Steamers » Thu Jul 21, 2005 4:21 pm

Thanks for the help. That has everything I need. I appreciate the link.
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Delmon Young

Postby evil_beaver_dp » Thu Jul 21, 2005 10:09 pm

Steamer, I love the name. It's making me consider changing my name to Dutch Oven. Well, my initials are DP, so maybe something else would be in order...

Anyway, I was at the Durham game last night and can give you the old-school scouting report on what I saw from Delmon - basically, one hell of a hitter. The Brave's starter Anthony Lerew was throwing gas, regularly hitting 97 and mixing in a good changeup (he's definitely a guy to watch, also). Young was the only Bulls hitter who looked like he belonged on the same field as Lerew. He had a nice at bat in which he fouled off several fastballs and a braking ball or two before striking out when he couldn't check his swing on a changeup out of the zone. In his next at-bat against Lerew he had a hard hit RBI single into center field on the first pitch. His final at bad was a rocket off the wall in the right-center gap that went for a triple - he was hustling right out of the box on a hit that looked like it could have been a HR. Young had suprising speed and a much thinner frame than I expected. He looks strong, but very lean unlike his brother D'meat-hook.

Basically, this guy looks like he'll be a top 15 fantasy outfielder within 2 years, if not sooner. I think he has the numbers to back it up. If so, I'm definitely a believer.
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