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Stat of the Day – Double-A ERA leaders

May 28, 2009, 5:08 PM EDT

1. Travis Wood (Reds) – 1.38
2. Chuck Lofgren (Indians) – 1.48
3. Troy Patton (Orioles) – 1.62
4. Cristhian Martinez (Marlins) – 1.84
5. Zach McAllister (Yankees) – 1.91
6. Brad Lincoln (Pirates) – 2.05
7. Hector Rondon (Indians) – 2.08
8. Brooks Brown (Tigers) – 2.21
9. Casey Lambert (Cubs) – 2.32
10. Trevor Bell (Angels) – 2.34
11. Henry Sosa (Giants) – 2.40
12. Jordan Smith (Reds) – 2.45

13. Travis Banwart (Athletics) – 2.47
14. Chris Cody (Brewers) – 2.49
15. Aaron Poreda (White Sox) – 2.58
16. Reidier Gonzalez (Blue Jays) – 2.62
17. James Avery (Reds) – 2.65
18. Kasey Kiker (Rangers) – 2.74
19. Junichi Tazawa (Red Sox) – 2.82
20. Vance Worley (Phillies) – 2.83

- Extra credit goes to Bell, Banwart and Kiker, the only Texas League
pitchers on the list. Rounding out the top five for the more
offensive-minded of the three leagues are Rockies prospects Samuel
Deduno (2.98) and Esmil Rogers (3.00). Fellow Rockies prospect Jhoulys
Chacin, probably the league’s best pitching prospect, is at 3.49.

- Phillies prospect Antonio Bastardo is at 1.82 with a 39/7 K/BB
ratio in 34 2/3 innings. He misses qualifying because of some time
spent in the pen at the beginning of the season.

- Lofgren, considered one of the game’s top left-handed prospects a
couple of years ago, was left unprotected in the December Rule 5 draft
because of some massive command woes. He wasn’t picked, though, and
he’s turned his career around in a big way.

- One more little list. Here’s the top five in strikeouts:

Marc Rzepczynski (Blue Jays) – 63
Jake Arrieta (Orioles) – 56
Aaron Poreda (White Sox) – 55
Junichi Tazawa (Red Sox) – 54
Sean West (Marlins) – 50

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