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October 31, 2008 at 5:38 AM

Hee sees action in Honu win


10/31 Cup of Coffee: Jonathan Hee went 1 for 2 with a run scored and 2 base on balls in North Shore's 6-3 win over West Oahu. Ryan Kalish went hitless in 1 official at bat but walked twice. He scored a run.

Mesa downed Scottsdale 11-6. Aaron Bates was the only Sox prospect to see action in that game. He went 1 for 4 and scored a run.
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October 30, 2008 at 5:39 AM

Buchholz goes 5 innings allowing 1 run


10/30 Cup of Coffee: Clay Buchholz went 5 innings giving up 1 run on 5 hits and 2 walks in Scottsdale's 10-4 loss to Mesa. He also had 3 Ks. TJ Large threw 1.1 frames and gave up 1 run on 2 hits.

In Hawaii, the North Shore Honu downed West Oahu 7-3. Yamaico Navarro was the only Sox prospect to play in the game. He went 0 for 4 with a walk. He scored a run.
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October 29, 2008 at 5:37 AM

Capellan throws 5 scoreless innings in losing cause


10/29 Cup of Coffee: Jose Capellan tossed 5 scoreless innings in North Shore's 8-2 10 inning loss to West Oahu. He allowed 2 hits and a walk while fanning 3. Dustin Richardson threw a scoreless inning allowing 1 hit. He struck out 2. Ryan Kalish went 1 for 3 and drew 2 base on balls.

In Arizona, the Peoria Javelina's edged Scottsdale 3-2. Beau Vaughn pitched 1 scoreless inning. He allowed 1 hit and struck out 1. Josh Reddick went 0 for 3 with a walk.
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at 4:26 AM

Sox claim Vasquez from Detriot


The Red Sox have claimed RHP Virgil Vasquez, 26, off waivers and have placed him on their 40-man roster. Vasquez spent 2008 with the Toledo Mud Hens (Tigers) posting a 12-12 record with a 4.81 ERA in 159 innings over 27 starts allowing 179 hits (.283 BAA), while walking 37 and striking out 115. His 2007 campaign was much more successful as he posted a 12-5 record and 3.48 ERA in 25 starts, making three spot starts for the Tigers and earning a September call up and working out of their bull pen.
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October 28, 2008 at 5:44 AM

Javelinas down Scottsdale in AFL action


10/28 Cup of Coffee: Peoria Javelinas downded Scottsdale 6-3 in the AFL on Monday. Aaron Bates went 0 for 3 with a walk. He scored a run. He is batting .190. Josh Reddick also was hitless in 3 at bats. He had a RBI. He is hitting .195 in the Fall League.
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October 26, 2008 at 7:35 AM

Wagner homers drives in 2 in losing cause


10/26 Cup of Coffee: Mark Wagner went 2 for 5 with a home run, 2 runs scored and 2 RBI in Scottsdale's 13-10 loss to Phoenix on Saturday. Sox prospect, Ryne Lawson (0-3) started and took the loss going 2 innings. He gave up 3 runs on 7 hits. He did not walk or strikeout anyone. TJ Large made a relief appearance going 1.1 frames. He gave up 3 runs on 3 hits and a walk.

The North Shore game against Waikiki was postponed.



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October 25, 2008 at 7:49 AM

Reddick has 2 hits in AFL All Star game


10/25 Cup of Coffee: Josh Reddick went 2 for 4 with 2 runs scored and 2 RBI in the AFL All Star game last night. His two hits included a home run and a double. They came in a losing cause as the National League Rising Stars edged their American League conterparts 7-6.

In Hawaii, Waikiki hammered the North Shore Honu 10-3. Yamaico Navarro was the only Sox prospect to see action in the game. He went hitless in 4 at bats.
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October 24, 2008 at 6:26 AM

Vaughn takes loss for Scottsdale


10/24 Cup of Coffee: In the Arizona Fall League, yesterday Mesa downed Scottsdale 8-6. Beau Vaughn entered the game in the bottom of the 9th with the score tied. He retired 2 batters before giving up the game winning 2 run homer. Prior to the home run, he had also given up a base hit.

There was no action in the Hawaiian League on Thursday.
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October 23, 2008 at 5:32 AM

Buchholz shaky in third start in AFL


10/23 Cup of Coffee: Clay Buchholz started and took the loss going 4.1 innings giving up 4 runs on 7 hits and a walk in Scottsdale's 11-3 loss to Mesa. He had 2 strikeouts. Mark Wagner went 2 for 4. Josh Reddick went 1 for 4 and scored a run. Aaron Bates went hitless in 4 at bats with 3 strikeouts.

In Hawaii, North Shore blanked Honolulu 7-0. Dustin Richardson threw a perfect inning of relief. He had 1 strikeout. Ryan Kalish went 2 for 5 with a RBI.
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October 22, 2008 at 11:59 AM

Sox to bring back five big league coaches


The Boston Red Sox have extended 2009 contracts to Brad Mills (bench coach), John Farrell (pitching coach), Dave Magadan (hitting coach), Gary Tuck (bullpen coach) and DeMarlo Hale (third base/outfield coach). First base coach Luis Alicea was the sole 2008 coach not offered a new contract.
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at 6:21 AM

Kalish scores winning run in bottom of the 9th


10/22 Cup of Coffee: Ryan Kalish entered the game as a pinch runner in the bottom of the 9th and scored the winning run in North Shore's 3-2 win over Honolulu.

In the Arizona Fall League, Phoenix downed Scottsdale 10-6. None of the Red Sox prospects took part in the game.
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October 21, 2008 at 6:37 AM

Scottsdale hammers Phoenix 11-2


10/21 Cup of Coffee: In the Arizona Fall League on Monday, Scottsdale hammered Phoenix 11-2. TJ Large threw 1 scoreless inning of relief. He allowed 1 hit while striking out 1. Ryne Lawson threw a scoreless, hitless inning. He allowed a walk. Mark Wagner went hitless in 2 at bats.
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October 20, 2008 at 3:08 PM

2008 Rule 5 Draft


With the Red Sox season coming to an end last night, we now get to look forward to the hot-stove season and the construction of the 2009 roster. One of the first big steps in forming that roster is protecting players for the Rule 5 Draft. Eligible players must be added to their teams’ respective 40-man rosters by November 20 in order to remain protected from selection in the 2008 Rule 5 Draft, which is scheduled to take place on December 11. In the Red Sox organization, the following players will be eligible to be selected if they are not added to Boston’s 40-man roster by November 20:

Bubba Bell, Robert Coello, Jeff Corsaletti, Sean Danielson, Andrew Dobies, Felix Doubront, Zak Farkes, Roberto Feliz, Kyle Fernandes, Javier Garcia, Matt Goodson, Joseph Guerra, Tommy Hottovy, Mike James, Jay Johnson, Chris Jones, Hunter Jones, TJ Large, Will Latimer, Blake Maxwell, Craig Molldrem, Jeff Natale, John Otness, Bryan Pritz, Jose Vaquedano, Mark Wagner, Yahmed Yema, and Armando Zerpa

The following players from the Sox organization are eligible for minor league free agency this off-season. If the Sox re-sign any of these players to minor league deals, they will also be eligible for the Rule 5 Draft:

Juan Apodaca, Manny Arambarris, Miguel Asencio, Jose Capellan, Felipe Garcia, Dave Gassner, Rafael Gil, Keith Ginter, Tony Granadillo, Lee Gronkiewicz, Daniel Haigwood, Mickey Hall, Lincoln Holdzkom, Eric Hull, Jimmy James, Jason Lane, Sandy Madera, Edgar Martinez, Marcus McBeth, Jorge Rodriguez, Luis Segovia, Chris Smith, Kyle Snyder, Iggy Suarez, Jon Switzer, Michael Tejera, Joe Thurston, Beau Vaughn, and Josh Wilson

When the major league free agency period begins in November (sixteen days after the end of the World Series), a number of spots should open up on Boston’s 40-man roster. Eight Red Sox are eligible to become major league free agents at that time, and a few players presently on the 40-man roster may be designated for assignment before that date. As such, space on Boston’s roster is not likely to be a major issue come November 20, and the team will probably add a few of the aforementioned players to its 40-man roster at that time to protect them from selection in the Rule 5 Draft.

The players most likely to be added to the 40-man roster are Bubba Bell, Felix Doubront, Hunter Jones, and Mark Wagner. Beau Vaughan is another possibility if he is re-signed for the 2009 season. With the exception of Doubront, each of these players contributed at AA or above in 2008, and each could vie for playing time with the big league club in the near future. Doubront, the 23rd-ranked prospect in the organization (per SoxProspects.com), spent most of the 2008 season at Low-A Greenville, but is eligible for selection as a result of signing his first pro contract with the Red Sox at the age of sixteen in 2004. In 2008, he went 12-8 with a 3.64 ERA, 118 strikeouts, and 24 walks for Greenville, and 1-1 with a 3.86 ERA in three late-season starts for High-A Lancaster. While its less-than-likely that he could stick on a major league club for the entire 2009 season, the Sox probably won’t want to take the chance of losing him. Other than that, its unlikely that any of those players will be protected – but you never know, as it was somewhat of a surprise to see Argenis Diaz added in 2007, which became somewhat of a necessity after his impressive performance in Hawaii Winter Baseball that off-season.

Rule 5 Rules & History

As many of you know, the major league portion of the Rule 5 Draft allows major league clubs to select certain eligible minor leaguers from other organizations. The original purpose of the Rule 5 Draft (referring to Rule 5 of the Major League Rules) was to prevent teams from stockpiling too many players in the minors.

Minor leaguers that have been under professional contract for four or more years (five or more years if that player signed his first pro contract at the age of 18 or younger) are eligible for the draft unless they are placed on their team’s 40-man roster. The selecting team is required to pay the original team a $50,000 selection fee. The order of the draft is determined by the reverse order of winning percentage from the previous season. If selected in the draft, a player must be kept on the selecting team's 25-man roster for an entire season following the draft. During that season, the player must be “active” for at least ninety days in order to reach the full-season requirement, or that player may be subject to additional service time requirements in the following season. A Rule 5 draftee can be traded, but remains subject to the full season requirements. Once the player meets the full-season requirement, that player becomes property of the selecting team without any restrictions. If the selecting team is unable to keep the player on its 25-man roster for an entire season, the selecting team must offer the player back to his original team, who would hold the option of taking that player back in return for a 50% refund of the selection free ($25,000). Upon return to his original team, selected players are no longer subject to any service restrictions. There are also AAA and AA phases of the Rule 5 Draft, where MLB organizations can select players from other club’s lower tiers if those players are not protected on the original club’s AAA and AA reserved lists.

While the Rule 5 Draft has essentially evolved into a procedural draft without a great deal of fanfare, historically a number of high-caliber players have been selected in the draft, such as Roberto Clemente, George Bell, Bobby Bonilla, Darrel Evans, and Johan Santana. While the Red Sox opted not to make any selections in 2008, a few notable Sox selections in recent years include Adam Stern (2004), Lenny DiNardo (2003), and Javier Lopez (2002 – ultimately returned to Arizona and later acquired in 2006 in an unrelated trade).

In 2008, there were only eighteen total selections made in the entire major league portion of the draft, with several clubs opting not to make a selection. Only four of those selected players spent the full 2008 season with their selecting team: Randor Bierd, Wesley Wright, Brian Barton, and R.A. Dickey. Of those players, Wright (selected from the Dodgers) was the only one player that made much of an impact in 2008, going 4-3 with a 5.01 ERA at 57 strikeouts in 55.2 innings of relief for Houston. This season, Washington holds the first pick, followed by Seattle, San Diego, and Pittsburgh. Boston has the 27th pick. Don’t expect much of a splash from that position if Boston even makes a selection. Nowadays, with the importance of roster flexibility for a top-tier team such as the Red Sox, the Rule 5 Draft is more about protecting the right players then it is about finding a diamond-in-the-rough from some other organization.
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at 5:59 AM

Cappellan allows 5 runs in Honu loss


10/20 Cup of Coffee: The Honu scored 4 runs in the top of the ninth inning but came up short and fell 7-5 to West Oahu. Jose Capellan started and took the loss. He pitched 3 innings giving up 5 runs on 6 hits and a walk. He fanned 5. Yamaico Navarro went 1 for 4 and scored 2 runs. Ryan Kalish went hitless in 3 official at bats but drew 2 base on balls.
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October 19, 2008 at 7:30 AM

Navarro has 2 RBI in losing cause


10/19 Cup of Coffee: Dustin Richardson was charged with a blown save and the loss in West Oahu's 7-6 win over North Shore. Leading 6-4 going into the bottom of the 7th, the Honu gave up 3 runs to give up the lead. Richardson threw 1.2 innings giving up 3 runs on 3 hits and 2 walks. He had 3 strikeouts. Yamaico Navarro went 2 for 4 with a run scored and 2 RBI. Ryan Kalish also went 2 for 4 with a base on balls. He scored a run.

In Arizona, the Scottsdale Scorpions were leading 11-8 going into the bottom of the seventh and gave up 6 runs to fall 14-11 to the Peoria Javelinas. Beau Vaughn threw 2 innings allowing 1 run on 4 hits. He did not allow a walk while fanning 3.
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October 18, 2008 at 6:25 AM

Bates homers and drives in 3 in Scottsdale win


10/18 Cup of Coffee: Aaron Bates went 1 for 2 with a a home run that drove in 3 in Scottsdale's 7-3 win over the Peoria Javelinas. Mark Wagner went 1 for 3 with a RBI in the game.

In the Hawaiian League, West Oahu scored 3 runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to defeat North Shore 6-5. Yamaico Navarro went 3 for 4 with a run scored and 2 RBI. Ryan Kalish went 0 for 4 with a walk. He scored a run.
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October 17, 2008 at 5:47 AM

Buchholz dominates in second AFL start


10/17 Cup of Coffee: Clay Buchholz threw 5 scoreless, 1 hit innings in Scottsdale's 13-1 win over Surprise. He gave up 1 base on balls while striking out 4. TJ Large threw 1 clean inning of relief. He fanned 1. Aaron Bates went 1 for 1 while Josh Reddick went 0 for 4 but had a run scored and a RBI.

In Hawaii, the North Shore Honu downed Waikiki 7-4. Yamaico Navarro went 1 for 5 in the game with a home run.
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October 16, 2008 at 2:57 PM

Caribbean Winter Leagues underway


Three of the four Caribbean Winter Leagues started up in the past week. The primary recognized Caribbean Winter Leagues are the Dominican Winter League, the Venezuelan Winter League, the Mexican Pacific League, and the Puerto Rican Winter League. Generally, younger prospects from those respective areas participate in those leagues, but a number of major leaguers and ex-major leaguers play as well. There are also a few other under-the-radar leagues, including the Colombian Winter League and the Nicaraguan Winter League. Here are the Sox players who will be participating during the 2008-09 off-season:

Venezuelan Winter League
Tiburones de La Guaira: Devern Hansack, Chris Carter, Carlos Fernandez
Tigres de Aragua: Tony Granadillo
Bravos de Margarita: Edgar Martinez
Caribes de Anzoategui: Jose Alvarez, Michael Tejera
Leones del Caracas: Zach Daeges, Jimmy James, Armando Zerpa, Juan Apodaca
Navegantes del Magallanes: Argenis Diaz

Dominican Winter League
Los Toros del Este: Dusty Brown, Sandy Madera
Leones del Escogido: Hunter Jones
Estrellas Orientales: Miguel Asencio
Gigantes del Cibao: Oscar Tejeda will practice with the team, not likely to see much (if any) active time
Tigres del Licey: Yamaico Navarro will practice with the team after the Hawaii Winter Baseball season is over, not likely to see much active time

Mexican Pacific League
None

Puerto Rican Winter League
Starts November 6, rosters TBA


Follow along this off-season at the Fall-Winter League page.
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at 6:45 AM

Vaughn earns win in relief


10/16 Cup of Coffee: Beau Vaughn earned a win in Scottsdale's 6-2 win over Surprise on Wednesday. He threw 2 scoreless innings of relief allowing 1 hit. He struck out 5. Mark Wagner went 2 for 4 and scored a run. Josh Reddick went 1 for 4.
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October 15, 2008 at 6:24 AM

Richardson throws 2 scoreless innings in Honu win


10/15 Cup of Coffee: Dustin Richardson threw 2 scoreless innings in North Shore's 14-5 win over Waikiki. He allowed 1 hit and a walk while striking out 3. Ryan Kalish went 0 for 4 but had 2 base on balls. He managed to score 3 runs.

Mesa edged Scottsdale 6-5. Ryne Lawson was charged with a blown save and the loss in the game. He lasted 0.2 of an inning allowing 4 runs on 3 hits and 3 walks. Aaron Bates went 0 for 3 with a base on balls. He scored 1 run.
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October 14, 2008 at 5:46 AM

Reddick fans 3 times in Scottsdale loss


10/14 Cup of Coffee: Scottsdale's struggles continued yesterday as their record fell to 1-5 with their 7-0 loss to Mesa. Josh Reddick went hitless in 3 at bats. He struck out all 3 times. Mark Wagner had 1 hit in 4 at bats.
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October 13, 2008 at 6:52 AM

Cappellan starts and gives up 2 runs in 4 innings


10/13 Cup of Coffee: The North Shore Honu fell 6-3 to Honolulu on Sunday. Jose Capellan started the game and went 4 innings. He allowed 2 runs on 7 hits and a base on balls. He fanned 2 Honolulu hitters. Yamaico Navarro went 1 for 4 and walked once. He scored a run.

The Arizona Fall League was idle on Sunday.
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October 12, 2008 at 6:41 AM

Bates only bright spot on dismal Saturday


10/12 Cup of Coffee: Well it is going to take more than a Cup of Coffee to get this individual going after that miserable outcome in Tampa last night, I mean this morning but here it goes. Phoenix downed Scottsdale 9-4. Aaron Bates went 2 for 4 in the game. He scored 2 runs and drew a walk. Josh Reddick went hitless in 5 at bats. Beau Vaughn threw 1 inning and gave up 2 runs on 3 hits. He had 1 strikeout.
In Hawaii, Honolulu blanked North Shore 5-0. Yamaico Navarro was the only Sox prospect to see action and he went 0 for 4 with 2 strikeouts. His average dropped to .188.
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October 11, 2008 at 5:31 AM

Buchholz throws 3 hitless innings in first start in AFL


10/11 Cup of Coffee: Clay Buchholz, in his first start of the AFL, threw 3 scoreless, hitless innings in Scottsdale's 3-2 win over Phoenix. He allowed 1 walk while fanning 3. TJ Large threw 2 scoreless, hitless innings of relief. He allowed 1 base on balls while striking out 3. Josh Reddick went 2 for 4 in the game while Mark Wagner went hitless in 3 at bats.

Meanwhile in Hawaii, Honolulu downed North Shore 10-4. Ryan Kalish was the only Sox prospect to see action in this game. He went 1 for 3 with a run scored. He also walked twice.



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October 10, 2008 at 5:44 AM

Kalish hits walk off homer to give Honu win


10/10 Cup of Coffee: Ryan Kalish hit a three run homer in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the North Shore Honu a 5-4 win over the West Oahu Canefires. He went 3 for 5 in the game with 4 RBI to go with his game winning homer. Yamaico Navarro went 0 for 4 in the contest. Dustin Richardson threw 2 innings allowing 1 run on 2 hits and a walk. He fanned 2.

In the Arizona League, Surprise edged Scottsdale 8-7 in 10 innings. Ryne Lawson took the loss giving up 1 run in the tenth inning. He allowed 1 hit and 2 base on balls. He had 1 strikeout. Josh Reddick went 1 for 5 in the game but scored 3 times. Mark Wagner went hitless in 1 at bat.
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October 9, 2008 at 11:52 PM

Timlin to be added to ALCS roster


RHP Mike Timlin will be added to the ALCS roster filling the spot that had been occupied by INF Gil Velazquez, manager Terry Francona announced in a press conference this afternoon.
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at 7:19 AM

Navarro scores twice in Honu win


10/9 Cup of Coffee: The North Shore Honu defeated West Oahu 13-6 last night. Yamaico Navarro was the only Sox prospect to see action in the game. He went 2 for 4 with 2 runs scored and a RBI. He also had a base on balls.

In the Arizona Fall League, the Peoria Saguaros downed Scottsdale 10-7. The Scorpions held a 7-6 lead going into the bottom of the eighth inning but gave up 4 runs to take the loss. Sox prospect Beau Vaughn ,who pitched in the eighth, was charged with a blown save and the loss. He allowed 3 runs on 2 hits and a walk. He had 1 strikeout. Josh Reddick went 2 for 4 with a home run. Aaron Bates went 0 for 4 with a run scored. He fanned 3 times.
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October 8, 2008 at 5:45 AM

Kalish has 4 hits in Honu loss


10/8 Cup of Coffee: The Arizona Fall League season began last night and the Peoria Saguaros defeated Scottsdale 9-3. TJ Large threw 2 scoreless innings. He allowed 2 hits. Josh Reddick went 1 for 5 fanning 4 times. Mark Wagner went 0 for 3 with a base on balls.

Despite outhitting their opponent 14 to 6, the North Shore Honu fell 7-6 to West Oahu. Jose Capellan started the game and threw 3 innings. He allowed 2 runs on 4 hits and a walk. He struck out 4. Ryan Kalish went 4 for 5 with a RBI.
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October 6, 2008 at 8:17 PM

Lowell removed from playoff roster, Velazquez activated


The Red Sox have replaced 3B Mike Lowell (right hip strain) on the ALDS roster with INF Gil Velazquez. Lowell will not be eligible for the ALCS roster because this move was made during the series.
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at 6:35 AM

Richardson extends scoreless streak to 4 innings in Honu loss


10/6 Cup of Coffee: On Sunday, the Waikiki BeachBoys downed the North Shore Honu 6-4. Dustin Richardson threw a clean inning of relief and extended his scoreless inning streak to four. He had a strikeout. Yamaico Navarro went hitless in four at bats. He did draw a walk. After eight games, he is hitting .200. Ryan Kalish also went 0 for 4 in the game. He had a RBI. He is hitting .o83 so far in the Hawaiian League. The Honu record now stands at 2 wins and 5 losses. ( along with the game shortened tie)
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October 5, 2008 at 6:51 AM

Kalish scores tying run in 9th inning rally


10/5 Cup of Coffee: North Shore entered the ninth inning with a 5-2 lead over Waikiki but gave up 4 runs in the top half of the final inning. The Honu rallied, however, with 2 runs of their own in the bottom half to earn a dramatic 7-6 win over the BeachBoys. Yamaico Navarro went 1 for 3 in the game and scored a run. He also had a base on balls. Ryan Kalish entered the game as a pinch runner in the ninth and scored the tying run. The win left the Honu with a 2-4 record in the West Division 2.5 games behind West Oahu.
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October 4, 2008 at 5:34 AM

Kalish goes 1 for 3 in losing cause


10/4 Cup of Coffee: Last night, North Shore continued their rough start to the Hawaiian League dropping a 3-1 decision to the Waikiki Beach Boys. Ryan Kalish was the only Sox prospect to see action in the game. He went 1 for 3 along with a walk. He struck out once.
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October 3, 2008 at 6:40 AM

Richardson throws 1.1 scoreless innings in Honu loss


10/3 Cup of Coffee: North Shore Honu's record fell to 1-3 with their 6-2 loss to Honolulu last night. Dustin Richardson threw 1.1 scoreless innings allowing 1 hit and a walk. He had 1 strikeout. Yamaico Navarro went hitless in three plate appearances.
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October 2, 2008 at 1:37 PM

Cheer on the Red Sox while supporting the Jimmy Fund


BOSTON – The baseball playoffs are here! Support the Red Sox and one of its favorite charities since 1953 - the Jimmy Fund. The Dana-Farber Cancer Institute holiday card, candle, ornament and apparel collection is now on sale to benefit adult and pediatric cancer care and research through the Jimmy Fund.

Highlights include holiday cards sporting a snowfall at Fenway Park. Each box costs $25 and includes 20 cards and 21 envelopes. Also available are Aunt Sadie’s Green Monster juniper fir scented candles, a gold-plated ornament of the exterior of Fenway Park, and a Ho! Ho! Home Run! Red Sox Santa baseball cap. All of these items are $20 each.

Visit www.jimmyfund.org/holidaygreetings to view the entire collection and to make a purchase online. The cards will also be sold in Crate & Barrel retail stores in Massachusetts and in the Dana-Farber lobby at 44 Binney Street, Boston.

Imprinting of company logos and customized messages are available for inside the cards and on envelopes for an additional fee. Delivery takes three to four weeks. Call Monica Zurlinden at 617-582-7724 to place an order.

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at 6:03 AM

Capellan struggles in start


10/2 Cup of Coffee: Despite being outhit 11-2 by Honolulu, North Shore rallied with 2 runs in the bottom of the seventh to salvage a 6-6 tie. Both teams had agreed to play only seven innings due to depleted pitching staffs. Jose Capellan started the game and threw 2 innings. He allowed 3 runs, 2 of them earned, on 6 hits and a walk. Ryan Kalish went 0 for 2 but had a walk and scored a run.
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October 1, 2008 at 5:43 AM

Navarro has 2 hits in North Shore win


10/1 Cup of Coffee: The Honu earned their first win of the Hawaiian League season with a come from behind 11-10 win over Honolulu. Trailing 10-9 going into the bottom of the 10th inning, Sox prospect Yamaico Navarro led off the inning with a single. He scored the tying run a single and sacrifice fly later. He ended the game going 2 for 6 with a base on balls. He scored 2 runs in the contest.
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