Farm Recap 4/9/2013 Cito [P]ulver[izer]

The big news today: Cito Culver hit 2 home runs for Charleston. Culver has been mashing the ball this year. Last year, he hit just 2 bombs in each of 2011 and 2012. He's driving the ball so far this year - adds 2 doubles and 1 triple to that total in a week. If he hits for even a below-average amount of power, look out. If he hit .300/.360/.420 this year, I'll rate him up there with the best. Charleston beats West Virginia, 10-7

Cito Culver, SS - 2 for 6, 2 HR Greg Bird, 1b - 1 for 6 - Cooling off Dante Bichette, 3b - 1 for 3, 3 BB Pete O'Brien, C - 1 for 4 Daniel Camarena - 4 IP, 11 hits, 5 runs 0 K 1 BB - ......

Tampa beats Dunedin, 4-2

Mason Williams CF, Angelo Gumbs 0 for 3 each, 2 and 1 BB respectively Gary Sanchez, C, 1 for 4, 2b Ben Gamel, LF, 1 for 3, 2b BB Carmen Angelini, SS, 2 for 3, HR 2b - Still hanging on

Trenton beats New Hampshire, 5-1

JR Murphy, C 3-5 Slade Heathcott, CF, 1 for 4 Tyler Austin, Ramon Flores, OF, 0 for Caleb Cotham, 5 innings 1 IR, 5K, 1BB - Sleeper pick to be a decent MLB reliever Jeremy Bleich, 3 IP, no runs - I've got Bleich fatigue at this point

Scranton loses to Rochester 2-1

Corban Joseph, 2b, 1-2, 2 BB Austin Romine, C, 2 for 4 Vidal Nuno, :LHP, 7 IP, no runs, 0 BB, 6 K - The kind of start that could set up for a long MLB callup.