AFL Update: November 17, 2011

Just two Nats relievers got into last night’s 4-3 loss by Scottsdale.

Pat Lehman got back on the horse with a scoreless inning, allowing one hit, but no walks and no strikeouts to drop his ERA to three digits at 9.82.

Rafael Martin walked one but also laid a goose egg on the scoreboard, allowing no hits and striking out none in his single inning of work.

The AFL wraps up this afternoon as the Scorpions visit the Solar Sox. Sammy Solis is not listed as the starter, so it’s most likely one more start for the position player trio of Derek Norris, Zach Walters, and, um, whatshisname, oh yeah… Bryce Harper.

Author: Luke Erickson

Since 2009, Luke Erickson has been chief writer, editor, and bottle-washer of Potomac is his home base as a season-ticket holder, but he has visited every affiliate north of Florida at least once, with multiple trips to Hagerstown and Harrisburg.

3 thoughts on “AFL Update: November 17, 2011”

  1. I just saw that Alberto ‘I’m no bench player’ Gonzales was just released by the Padres.
    Does anybody remember the pitcher we got for him?

  2. That would be Erik Davis, the 6’4″ RHSP that went to Stanford. Drafted by Padres in 13th round in ’08. 1.602 WHIP and 4 BB/IP in his 24 games started for Harrisburg and Potomac this year. (He started the year in Harrisburg)

    1. good catch. Checking on his stats Davis really regressed last year. 4.79 ERA at Harrisburg and 6.75 ERA in five Potomac starts. Nothing to see here, right Potomac observers?

      He’s probably not even going to be re-signed, correct?

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