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A look at how former Cavalier players fared this year in professional baseball

Javier Lopez: P, Boston Red Sox
In his first full season with Boston, appeared 61 times in relief in the regular season and five times in postseason as Red Sox won World Series. Spent part of 2006 with the Colorado Rockies before coming to Boston. Originally drafted by Arizona.

2007 W L ERA G IP R ER BB SO

Boston 2 1 3.10 61 40.2 16 14 18 26

Career 9 5 5.06 259 172.2 105 97 77 109

Ryan Zimmerman: 3B, Washington Nationals
In his second full season with Washington, hit a team-leading 24 home runs and had team-best 91 RBI while playing in all 162 games. Established the zIMS Foundation for MS treatment and cure research.

2007 AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB OBP

Wash. .279 162 653 99 174 43 5 24 91 61 .330

Career .282 339 1325 189 373 100 8 44 207 125 .343

Mark Reynolds: 3B, Arizona Diamondbacks
Called up from Double-A Mobile on May 16. In his first full season with Arizona, hit .289 with 17 HR and 63 RBI as the starting third baseman. Got off to a hot start for the D-Backs during his first two weeks, hitting .426 with four home runs and 15 RBI. Hit .241 in the postseason with a home run in the NLDS and NLCS.

2007 AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB OBP

Arizona .279 111 366 62 102 20 4 17 62 37 .349

Joe Koshansky: 1B, Colorado Rockies
Called up from Triple-A Colorado Springs in September when rosters expanded, appeared in 17 games. His first ML hit was a 2-run double. For Sky Sox, batted a career-high and team-leading .295 with 21 home runs. His team-high 99 RBI ranked fifth in the Pacific Coast League. Walked a career-high 67 times and had a career-high .380 OBP. Was named to the Pacific Coast League Post-Season All-Star team.

2007 AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB OBP

CS (AAA) .295 136 498 79 147 30 2 21 99 67 .380

Colorado .083 17 12 0 1 1 0 0 2 2 .200

Andrew Dobies: LHP, Portland Sea Dogs, Double-A Eastern League (Affiliate of Boston Red Sox)
After slow start to season, went 1-1 with 2.66 ERA in 23 2/3 innings after All-Star Break. Helped team to Northern Division finals.

2007 W L ERA G GS IP R ER BB SO

POR 4 3 5.35 34 10 75.2 50 45 28 70

Matt Avery: RHP, Tennessee Smokies, Double-A Southern League (Affiliate of the Chicago Cubs)
Began the 2007 campaign at Class-A Advanced Daytona before being promoted to Tennessee in May.

2007 W L ERA G GS IP R ER BB SO

DAY 1 1 1.61 19 0 22.1 5 4 8 15

TEN 2 2 4.22 31 1 49.0 26 23 18 36

Totals 3 3 3.41 50 1 71.1 31 27 26 51

Mike Ballard: RHP, Frisco Rough Riders, Double-A Texas League (Affiliate of the Texas Rangers)
Began the season in the Class-A Midwest League at Clinton, where he was awarded Midwest League Pitcher of the Week honors after throwing a complete game shutout against Kane County. Moved to Class-A Advanced Bakersfield, where he started 14 games before advancing to Frisco in September, where he did not pitch.

2007 W L ERA G GS CG IP R ER BB SO

CLI 9 4 3.93 14 14 1 75.2 41 33 14 59

BAK 5 3 4.99 14 14 0 88.1 52 49 22 72

Totals 14 7 4.50 28 28 1 164.0 93 82 36 131

Jeff Kamrath: RHP, Vero Beach Devil Rays, Class-A Advanced Florida State League (Affiliate of Tampa Bay Devil Rays)
Threw a complete game two-hitter against Palm Beach Cardinals. Batters hit .249 against him and was third on team in innings pitched..

2007 W L ERA G GS CG IP R ER BB SO

PB 3 10 4.59 27 18 2 111.2 64 57 49 122

Sean Doolittle: 1B, Kane County Cougars, Class A Midwest League (Affiliate of the Oakland Athletics)
After being drafted in the supplemental first round in June, reported to Vancouver where he played 13 games before being promoted to Class-A Kane County.

2007 AVG G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB OBP

VAN .283 13 46 6 13 3 0 0 4 9 .421

KCC .233 55 193 23 45 10 0 4 29 24 .320

Totals .243 68 239 29 58 13 0 4 33 33 .341

Casey Lambert: LHP, Peoria Chiefs, Class A Midwest League (Affiliate of the Chicago Cubs)
After being drafted in June, got his first professional win with Boise. Was called up to high-A Peoria, where batters hit just .178 against him.

2007 W L ERA G GS SV IP R ER BB SO

PEO 1 0 2.70 18 0 1 33.1 12 10 13 33

BOI 1 0 2.25 4 0 0 8.0 2 2 2 14

Totals 2 0 2.61 22 0 1 41.1 14 12 15 47

Mike Mitchell: OF, Tri-City Dust Devils, Class-A Short Season Northwest League (Affliate of the Colorado Rockies)
Led team and Northwest League with 32 stolen bases while helping Dust Devils to first-ever playoff berth. Also was third on team with three triples and fifth with 25 RBI.

2007 AVG G AB R H 2B 3B SB RBI BB OBP

TRI .259 70 247 39 64 3 3 32 25 31 .356

Brandon Guyer: OF, Boise Hawks, Class-A Short Season Northwest League (Affiliate of the Chicago Cubs)
After being drafted in June, reported to the Arizona Rookie League where he rehabbed his dislocated shoulder. Advanced to Class-A Boise in August.

2007 AVG G AB R H 2B 3B SB RBI BB OBP

CUB .222 17 72 10 16 4 1 1 25 5 .309

TRI .268 19 71 9 19 1 0 0 20 6 .346

Totals .245 36 143 19 35 5 1 1 25 11 .327

Beau Seabury: C, Casper Rockies, Rookie Pioneer League (Affiliate of the Colorado Rockies)
Led team with .304 batting average

2007 AVG G AB R H 2B 3B SB RBI BB OBP

CAS .304 32 112 16 34 6 0 3 11 12 .376

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