Red Wings Report

Where they stand:  Rochester is 7-10, tied for fourth in the IL North, four games behind Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.

Who’s hotChase Lambin is 6-19 with a home run.  For the season, he is .275/.327/.412 in 51 at-bats.  Brandon Roberts is 5-16 after an awful start.  For the season, he is .159/.196/.159 in 44 at-bats.  Prior to his call-up, Eric Hacker had gone 1-0, 0.00, allowing four hits and no walks while striking out ten in eleven innings (two starts).  Kyle Gibson threw six no-hit innings last week.  For the season, he is 0-0, 3.86, 1.07 WHIP with 13 strikeouts in 14 innings.

Who’s coldJeff Bailey is 0-19.  For the season, he is .179/.343/.232 in 56 at-bats.  Ben Revere is 3-26.  For the season, he is .203/.239/.234 in 64 at-bats.  Andrew Baldwin is 1-2, 8.27 in 16.1 innings (three starts).  Kyle Waldrop is 1-3, 7.04 in 7.2 innings (six appearances).

TransactionsEric Hacker was promoted from Rochester to Minnesota.  Alex Burnett was optioned from Minnesota to Rochester.

What’s next:  The Red Wings conclude their series against Pawtucket tonight, then host Buffalo for four before hitting the road for four in Syracuse.

4 thoughts on “Red Wings Report”

  1. Ben Revere is 3-26. For the season, he is .203/.239/.234 in 64 at-bats.

    Yuck. I don't think Revere is ever going to be an impact guy for the Twins. At this point, I'm hoping he gets going, ends up with a good year with a high batting average again and maybe the front office can trade him for something.

    1. Let's see, 1513 PAs with a line of .328/.389/.412 or 69 PAs of .203/.239/.234. I think he's going to be just fine.

        1. He's hit over .300 at each level so far. That doesn't mean he'll do it again, but I wouldn't give up on him yet, either.

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