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Old 07-28-2016, 06:30 PM   #41
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Trade Deadline: Bruce market is buzzing
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Jay is doing everything he can to maximize his trade value. Guy is tearing the cover off the ball.

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Old 07-28-2016, 11:42 PM   #42
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Friedl gets a 70 on the 20-to-80 scouting scale for his speed, with good line-drive gap power and excellent basestealing skills. He brings leadoff-type skills and can play up the middle, a highly sought combination. After a very strong turn with Team USA this summer, Friedl would have been high on every team's follow list had he still been around for the 2017 Draft.
The signing gives the Reds another hitter in what had been a very position player-heavy Draft class. Cincinnati took Tennessee third baseman Nick Senzel No. 2 overall, then followed up with toolsy high school outfielder Taylor Trammell at No. 35. In the second round, the Reds added Clemson catcher Chris Okey.
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Old 07-29-2016, 06:21 AM   #43
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Friedl gets a 70 on the 20-to-80 scouting scale for his speed, with good line-drive gap power and excellent basestealing skills. He brings leadoff-type skills and can play up the middle, a highly sought combination. After a very strong turn with Team USA this summer, Friedl would have been high on every team's follow list had he still been around for the 2017 Draft.
The signing gives the Reds another hitter in what had been a very position player-heavy Draft class. Cincinnati took Tennessee third baseman Nick Senzel No. 2 overall, then followed up with toolsy high school outfielder Taylor Trammell at No. 35. In the second round, the Reds added Clemson catcher Chris Okey.
Friedl is a nice addition. His signing came out of no where. Doug Gray has a nice article up on him at redsminorleague.com. The top 3 picks from this years draft have all gotten off to nice starts. Senzel looks like the real deal. Reds starting to add some hitting to the system to go along with a bunch of nice arms. Trading Bruce is only going to help stock the system.
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Old 07-29-2016, 08:54 AM   #44
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6TJ FRIEDLTJ Friedl
Class:
RS Sophomore
Hometown:
Pleasanton, Calif.
High School:
Foothill HS
Height / Weight:
5-10 / 170
Position:
OF
Experience:
1L

05/25/2016
Pack trio named to All-Mountain West baseball teams
Sophomore TJ Friedl named to all-conference first team
05/23/2014
Nevada wins third elimination game in 11-innings
Brooks earns the win and drives home four
05/08/2014
Nevada hosts MW co-leading New Mexico this weekend
Powers number 17 to be retired Friday
05/07/2014
Nevada defeats St. Mary's for 26th win
Pack hosts New Mexico this weekend
05/06/2014
Nevada scores twice in the 10th to defeat Aggies
Pack hosts St. Mary's Wednesday at 1 p.m.
NEVADA
2016 (So.): Was one of the top surprises in the nation, rebounding from a redshirt season to post the eighth-best batting average in program history … Started in 58 games with a .401 batting average, 89 hits, 68 runs and 35 RBI … Named to the All-Mountain West first team … Became the first Wolf Pack player to post a .400 average since 2001, while his batting average ranked eighth in program history … Finished runner-up in the MW and 11th in the nation in batting average … Posted the third-best batting average in the nation among underclassmen … Led the MW and ranked 17th in the nation in on base percentage (.494) … Led the conference and ranked fourth in the nation in runs with 68, which ranked 11th in program history … Ranked second in the conference and 11th in the nation in hits with 69, which ranked tied for fourth in program history … Hit nine triples on the season, which ranked second in Nevada’s record book and also ranked second in the nation … Posted a .563 slugging percentage with nine doubles, nine triples and three home runs … Also posted a .494 on base percentage with 89 hits, 32 walks and 12 hit by pitch … Made just two errors in 145 chances with a .986 fielding percentage … Was named to the All-Mountain West Tournament team after batting .500 with 10 hits, eight runs and eight RBI in six postseason games … Batted .374 in conference competition … Helped Nevada post a 20-4 record in its final 24 games, batting .423 with 41 hits, 35 runs and 17 RBI in that span … Led the team with 28 multi-hit games … Set a career-high with four hits on four occasions … Set a career-high with five RBI on two occasions … Went 3-of-5 with five RBI and three runs in Nevada’s win over top-seeded Fresno State in the MW tournament … Helped lead Nevada to a second place finish in the Mountain West and to its first MW tournament finals appearance in program history … Letter winner.

2015 (So.): Did not see action in the regular season ... Redshirted ... Member of Nevada’s Mountain West championship and 41-win team.

2014 (Fr.): Appeared in 30 games in his first collegiate season, earning four starts … Went .216 (8-37) at the plate with eight hits, seven runs scored and four RBI … Counted for 23 putouts with a .958 fielding percentage … Letter winner.

PRIOR TO NEVADA
High School: Lettered three years in baseball and once in basketball at Foothill High School in Pleasanton, Calif. … Career batting average of .308 with an on-base percentage of .373 … East Bay Athletic League honorable mention in 2012 and 2013 … Named to the Gates Field World Series All-Tournament team en route to winning the Gates Field World Series.
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Old 07-29-2016, 10:57 AM   #45
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6TJ FRIEDLTJ Friedl
Class:
RS Sophomore
Hometown:
Pleasanton, Calif.
High School:
Foothill HS
Height / Weight:
5-10 / 170
Position:
OF
Experience:
1L

05/25/2016
Pack trio named to All-Mountain West baseball teams
Sophomore TJ Friedl named to all-conference first team
05/23/2014
Nevada wins third elimination game in 11-innings
Brooks earns the win and drives home four
05/08/2014
Nevada hosts MW co-leading New Mexico this weekend
Powers number 17 to be retired Friday
05/07/2014
Nevada defeats St. Mary's for 26th win
Pack hosts New Mexico this weekend
05/06/2014
Nevada scores twice in the 10th to defeat Aggies
Pack hosts St. Mary's Wednesday at 1 p.m.
NEVADA
2016 (So.): Was one of the top surprises in the nation, rebounding from a redshirt season to post the eighth-best batting average in program history … Started in 58 games with a .401 batting average, 89 hits, 68 runs and 35 RBI … Named to the All-Mountain West first team … Became the first Wolf Pack player to post a .400 average since 2001, while his batting average ranked eighth in program history … Finished runner-up in the MW and 11th in the nation in batting average … Posted the third-best batting average in the nation among underclassmen … Led the MW and ranked 17th in the nation in on base percentage (.494) … Led the conference and ranked fourth in the nation in runs with 68, which ranked 11th in program history … Ranked second in the conference and 11th in the nation in hits with 69, which ranked tied for fourth in program history … Hit nine triples on the season, which ranked second in Nevada’s record book and also ranked second in the nation … Posted a .563 slugging percentage with nine doubles, nine triples and three home runs … Also posted a .494 on base percentage with 89 hits, 32 walks and 12 hit by pitch … Made just two errors in 145 chances with a .986 fielding percentage … Was named to the All-Mountain West Tournament team after batting .500 with 10 hits, eight runs and eight RBI in six postseason games … Batted .374 in conference competition … Helped Nevada post a 20-4 record in its final 24 games, batting .423 with 41 hits, 35 runs and 17 RBI in that span … Led the team with 28 multi-hit games … Set a career-high with four hits on four occasions … Set a career-high with five RBI on two occasions … Went 3-of-5 with five RBI and three runs in Nevada’s win over top-seeded Fresno State in the MW tournament … Helped lead Nevada to a second place finish in the Mountain West and to its first MW tournament finals appearance in program history … Letter winner.

2015 (So.): Did not see action in the regular season ... Redshirted ... Member of Nevada’s Mountain West championship and 41-win team.

2014 (Fr.): Appeared in 30 games in his first collegiate season, earning four starts … Went .216 (8-37) at the plate with eight hits, seven runs scored and four RBI … Counted for 23 putouts with a .958 fielding percentage … Letter winner.

PRIOR TO NEVADA
High School: Lettered three years in baseball and once in basketball at Foothill High School in Pleasanton, Calif. … Career batting average of .308 with an on-base percentage of .373 … East Bay Athletic League honorable mention in 2012 and 2013 … Named to the Gates Field World Series All-Tournament team en route to winning the Gates Field World Series.
Reds seenm to be adding some young talent. Senzel,Okey and Trammel are all off to good starts.
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Old 07-31-2016, 03:35 PM   #46
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Bruce out of lineup prior to Trade Deadline
Rumors continue to swirl around Reds' veteran outfielder

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Trade Deadline, acquiring outfielder Jay Bruce from the Reds for infielder Dilson Herrera and left-hander Max Wotell.
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In the hours leading up to the Deadline, reports centered on the Reds also acquiring outfielder Brandon Nimmo in the deal. But an apparent medical holdup with another player proposed in the trade forced the teams to rework the deal. Jocketty said the player with the issue was not Nimmo.
"Herrera was the guy we wanted all along," Jocketty said. "We talked about both of them. We liked the potential for Herrera long term. We liked Nimmo too, but we've got some outfield depth and not as much middle-infield depth." DID YOU CATCH THIS ? Great move on Jockerty. He new there was a medical report on the third prospect, waited till Redick went to the Dodgers and at the last minute pulled the Bruce trade off the table knowing now the Mets really wanted Bruce. last 20 minutes they got what they wanted. Brewers wanted Herrera for Lecory and the Mets said no that he will be their future second baseman. GOOD JOB WALT!!!
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