Zach Collier is legit. Evidence below.
Recap: The Threshers went 6-6 over the past two weeks, including losing the first two versus the division-leading Daytona Cubs this weekend. Clearwater is now 38-25 and sits six games behind Daytona in the FSL North as the first half winds down. The magic number for Daytona to eliminate Clearwater from the first half title chase is now two.
Slightly different format this week: as the daily box scores are posted and Gregg compiles his ‘Hot or Not’ lists that summarize weekly stats, I’m moving towards just throwing the stats up, then trying my hand at some commentary on topics that don’t bubble to the surface via these other posts. I’m starting this week with some declining walk rates among Clearwater hitters and a tip of the cap to the Threshers bullpen. Feel free to leave any yays or nays to this format in the comments. On to the numbers: Continue reading Clearwater Threshers Report (5/30-6/12)