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Angels Farm Daily 8/26: Sherman Johnson Back On Track

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It's been a rough stretch for the General, but he's shown signs of life the past couple games, and he was the difference for the Arkansas Travelers last night.

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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Triple-A: Salt Lake Bees

Standout Stats

The rest of the lineup is made up of the Rehab All-Stars, and with the exception of Collin Cowgill (who went 2-for-4), the soon-to-be Angels were held to one hit, a David Freese RBI single. Therefore, Angel gets the honors.

Starter Nate Smith didn't do so well (5 ER in 4.2 IP), but it's good to see Morin have a nice outing.

Box Score here.

Game Recap here.

Double-A: Arkansas Travelers

Standout Stats

Brady is the guy I want to see get a call-up in September. He could be a very useful longman/spot-starter. He's struggled at the AAA level with both his previous team, the Marlins, and us, but he's 28 and he could be hitting his stride. What do you all think?

Box Score here.

Game Recap here.

Class A Advanced: Inland Empire 66ers

Standout Stats

After starter Harrison Cooney laid a huge brown egg on the mound (8 ER in 5.0 IP), Carpenter came in and provided some solid relief.

Box Score here.

Game Recap here.

Class A: Burlington Bees

Standout Stats

Starter Keynan Middleton stunk up the joint last night, but Hoppe did a phenomenal job in relief.

Box Score here.

Game Recap here.

Rookie: Orem Owlz

Standout Stats

This kid is only 19 and has only given up more than 3 ER in one of his appearances. In 2013, he pitched to a 1.64 ERA over 44 innings in the Dominican Summer League, and in 2014, he threw 26 innings to the tune of a 4.85 ERA. We might have something good here. Hopefully he gets a shot at Burlington next year.

Box Score here.

Game Recap here.

Rookie: AZL Angels

Standout Stats

Box Score here.

Game Recap here.