THREE RIVERS — When Ryan Bollinger has left the Eagles of Trois-Rivières, at the end of a miserable season 2016, his career seemed to be heading toward a wall. Almost two years later, the big red has still not forgotten his glove and his cleats. It hits instead of the doors of the major Leagues of baseball with none other than the prestigious organization of the New York Yankees.
The former, starting with the Eagles also shined in his first start in network AAA, the 24 April, with the Railriders Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. In five innings of work, he allowed a single point in addition to spacing four hits, two walks on balls and pass five withdrawals at the stick.
A profitable choice
In the spring of 2017, Bollinger has first been released by the dealership) after having compiled a horrific record of 2-11, which is matched to an average of points earned from 4.87 in 112,2 innings of work. A few weeks later, the southpaw from California was acquired by the Champions of Ottawa, and they promptly released even before you have sent it over the hump once.
The former choice of the 47th round of the Philadelphia Phillies in 2009, then decided to emigrate to the other side of the Atlantic to evolve with with the Disciples of Munich, the German League, where he won the championship. And then, after a winter’s fruitful to Brisbane in the League of Australia, Bollinger has received the call of the New York Yankees.
Scott Kuzminsky has been working for 50 innings with the Eagles in 2015 and 2016.
During his stay with the Eagles, gunner at number 26 participated in the conquest of the championship of 2015. In nearly three seasons, he totaled 17 wins and 253 withdrawals at the stick in 304,2 innings of work.
His mark of 11 wins, successful in the summer of 2015, is always a record of the concession.
Kuzminsky, in the wake of the Mariners
In addition to Bollinger, another former Eagles rolls his hump in the baseball affiliate, the pitcher Scott Kuzminsky. After successful completion of the last withdrawal during the conquest of the championship of the League, Can-Am, in the summer of 2015, the right-handed 26-year-old had played a second season in the city of Laviolette before accessing the network affiliate in major league baseball.
In 2017, it has briefly evolved with the formations A – and AAA for the Seattle Mariners before returning to independent baseball, to Windy City in the Frontier League.
The agreement of the Cuban Julio Martinez with the Texas Rangers has recently been confirmed, in the presence of Mike Daly, assistant to the director-general.
This season, the Mariners offer him a new opportunity to make an impression. After taking part in four events in the AA-level (for 7.2 innings, 6 withdrawals batting and an average of points earned 4.70), with the Travelers from Arkansas, Kuzminsky has recently been relegated to the Nuts of Modesto, in the network+.
Martinez develops in the Rangers
As for the Cuban Julio Martinez, his agreement with the organization of the Texas Rangers – with a signing bonus of$ 2.8 Million – was formalized on 19 April. The outfielder 22-year-old, who hopes to reach the big-league within three years, is currently working on his classes in the league’s summer in the dominican Republic, alongside many other hopes of the organization.