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August 5, 2012

TERRE HAUTE TO THE MAJORS: Right knee tendonitis sends Joe Thatcher to San Diego’s 15-day disabled list

TERRE HAUTE — Former Indiana State left-handed pitcher Joe Thatcher was placed on the 15-day disabled list by the San Diego Padres, retroactive to July 26, with right knee tendonitis and recalled right-handed pitcher Brad Boxberger from Triple-A Tucson this week.

Notes — Birmingham outfielder Brady Shoemaker (Northview, ISU) went 2-for-3 against Mobile starting pitcher Derek Eitel (Marshall, Rose-Hulman). Shoemaker had a double, single, then was called out on strikes. … Josh Phegley, Brian Omogrosso and Matt Zaleski of Charlotte will be in Indianapolis for a four-game series Monday through Thursday.

Transactions — Pitcher Joe Thatcher was placed on the 15-day disabled list (knee) by San Diego retroactive to July 26.

Updates on former Indiana State, Rose-Hulman, Terre Haute Rex or Wabash Valley-connected players this week.

• Clint Barmes — Barmes was 4 for 18 with three RBI in six games for Pittsburgh.

• Nevin Ashley — Ashley was 2 for 15 with one RBI in four games for Durham.

• Josh Phegley — Phegley was 1 for 9 with one double, three walks and one RBI in three games for Charlotte.

• Brady Shoemaker — Shoemaker was 7 for 31 with one double, three RBI in eight games for Birmingham.

• Ryan Strausborger — Strausborger was 7 for 26 with three doubles, one home run, three RBI, four stolen bases in eight games for Frisco.

• Nick Ciolli — Ciolli remains on the 7-day DL for Winston-Salem.

• Kyle Lafrenz — Lafrenz was 1 for 3 with one double in one game for Clearwater.

• Jeremy Lucas — Lucas was 0 for 5 with one run scored in two games for Mahoning Valley.

• Stephen Bruno — Bruno was 7 for 24 with one home run, five RBI in six games for Boise.

• Jake Eigsti — Eigsti was 8 for 30 with four doubles, one home run, three RBI in eight games for Camden.

• Pascual Del Real — Del Real was 4 for 11 with one double, one RBI in three games for Edinburg.

• Alex Guthrie — Guthrie was 0 for 2 in two games for Gateway.

• Joe Thatcher— Thatcher ws placed on the 15-day disabled list by San Diego.

• Brian Omogrosso — Omogrosso made two relief appearances for Charlotte. In a combined two innings, he allowed one run, three hits, with no walks, one strikeout. He recorded saves in both games (July 30 vs. Gwinnett, Aug. 3 at Louisville).

• Matt Zaleski — Zaleski made two starts for Charlotte. In a combined 11 2-3 innings, he allowed five runs, nine hits (three home runs), with four walks, nine strikeouts. He was the loser vs. Gwinnett, a winner at Louisville on Aug. 2.

• Mitch Stetter — Stetter made three relief appearances for Nashville. In a combined 2 1-3 innings, he allowed three runs, two hits, with one walk, four strikeouts. He was the loser vs. Albuquerque (July 29), had a blown save vs. Fresno (Aug. 1) and picked up a hold vs. Fresno (Aug. 2).

• Derek Eitel — Eitel made two starts for Mobile. In a combined 11 1-3 innings, he allowed seven runs, 16 hits (two home runs), with two walks, four strikeouts. He was the loser at Mississippi, then had a no-decision at Birmingham.

• Ryan Tatusko — Tatusko made one  start for Harrisburg. On July 28 at Trenton he was the losing pitcher, going four innings, allowing five runs, eight hits, with no walks, two strikeouts.

• Jake Petricka — Petricka made two starts for Birmingham. In a combined 12 2-3 innings, he allowed five runs, 14 hits, with four walks, 11 strikeouts. He had a no-decision at Chattanooga, then was a loser vs. Jacksonville (Aug. 1).

• Colin Rea — Rea made two starts for Fort Wayne. In a combined 7 1-3 innings, he allowed eight runs, 10 hits, with three walks, 10 strikeouts. He had a no-decision vs. South Bend, then was the loser at at South Bend (Aug. 2).

• Jason Van Skike — Van Skike made one relief appearance for Kannapolis. On July 27 he had a no-decision at Delmarva, going 1 2-3 innings, allowing one run, two hits, with three walks, two strikeouts.

• Brett Merkley — Merkley made two relief appearances for Great Falls. In a combined 2 1-3 innings, he allowed no runs, one hit, with no walks, three strikeouts. He earned his fifth save at Missoula (July 28).

• Brandon Dorsett — Dorsett made two relief appearances for Bluefield. In a combined four innings, he allowed two runs (both unearned), five hits, with one walk, three strikeouts. He had his second blown save at Princeton (July 27), then recorded his second hold at Johnson City (Aug. 1).

• Dakota Bacus — Bacus made two relief appearances for AZL Athletics. In a combined four innings, he allowed one run, one hit, with no walks, five strikeouts. He picked up saves in both games, at AZL Cubs (July 27) and at AZL Brewers (Aug. 1).

 

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Tribune-Star/Joseph C. Garza Just the right amount of touch: Megan Ramer chips the ball with just the right amount of swing to put the ball close to the cup on the seventh hole of Hulman Links on Wednesday during the city junior golf tournament.

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  • wallace.jpg Wallace wins UMP feature

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  • odum.jpg Odum has 5 points for Pacers in summer play

    Former Indiana State standout Jake Odum contributed five points, three assists and a steal in 15 minutes on the court Wednesday for the Indiana Pacers summer league team.

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    The ace driver and trainer was in the bike for two winners and was nipped at the finish in a third race with 2-year-old trotters and pacers in the seven races on the card run in sunny, pleasant conditions.

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  • Terre Haute North Little League wins pair, advances to title games

    Terre Haute North’s Little League All-Stars won in two different age divisions Wednesday evening at West Terre Haute’s park, propeling both teams into District Four tournament championship games.
    In 11-and 12-year-old action, North defeated the host team 11-4 as Taneer Pittman went 3 for 4 with a pair of home runs and Kaleb Hannahs also went 3 for 4 with a double. For West Terre Haute, Trenton Broderick went 2 for 3.

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  • Riley All-Stars ready for Cal Ripken tournament play

    The Riley Recreation League for Cal Ripken youth baseball has announced its all-star teams and schedules.

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  • Metro roundup: Shouse team places 5th in AAU nationals

    The Indianapolis-based George Hill Rising Stars youth basketball team — which includes Dexter Shouse Jr. of Terre Haute — placed fifth in the boys seventh-grade division of the AAU national tournament that took place last week and concluded Sunday.
    According to Shouse’s father, Dexter Shouse Sr., young Dexter had games with 30 points (vs. Houston), 24 (vs. Memphis) and 20 points (vs. CP3 North Carolina). Standing 6 feet, 3 inches tall, he played point guard and forward.

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  • MET070814 allstar rosselli.jpg Prospect League All-Star Game: East makes early lead stick in 9-2 victory

    The West Division will have to overcome the East Division having home-field advantage for the second straight year in the Prospect League's championship series. The East jumped out to an early lead on its way to a 9-2 victory in the Prospect League all-star baseball game Tuesday night.
    Like the Butler Blue Sox and West Virginia Miners in the East, Terre Haute can turn its focus to battling for a second-half title to earn a playoff berth.

    July 8, 2014 4 Photos

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Indiana Pacers' Jake Odum (23) takes a shot against the Oklahoma City Thunder during an NBA summer league basketball game in Orlando, Fla., Wednesday, July 9, 2014. (AP Photo/John Raoux)

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  • mundy.jpg College report: Former Patriot runner Mundy is ‘proud to be a Hoosier’

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  • Terre Haute's A.J. Reed joins Manziel as an SEC Athlete of Year

    University of Kentucky baseball star A.J. Reed of Terre Haute and Florida softball standout Hannah Rogers have been named 2013-14 Roy F. Kramer Southeastern Conference Male and Female Athletes of the Year, according to a voting by the league’s athletics directors.
    “A.J. and Hannah are true examples of outstanding student-athletes,” SEC commissioner Mike Slive said Tuesday. “They have competed at the highest level of collegiate athletics, and through their hard work, dedication and commitment to excellence, have been successful in their endeavors. They are fine representatives of their universities and this conference.”

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Indiana Pacers' Jake Odum (23) takes a shot against the Oklahoma City Thunder during an NBA summer league basketball game in Orlando, Fla., Wednesday, July 9, 2014. (AP Photo/John Raoux)

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Tribune-Star/Jim Avelis Outta here: Terre Haute Rex Tony Rosselli came in second in the home-run derby prior to the Prospect League All-star game Tuesday evening.

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