Brandon Sing, who annually hits at least 20 home runs, is the early-season leader in the Mexican Pacific League with four round-trippers in his first six games along with seven runs batted in and a .409 average (9-for-22). Sing played in all 100 games for Sioux Falls, SD of the American Association this season, hitting .303 with 24 dingers and 70 RBI. He also has played for Bridgeport, CT (Atlantic League) and Pensacola, FL when the Pelicans were in the American Association.
FRONTIER LEAGUER SERATELLI HAS GOOD START IN ARIZONA
Infielder Anthony Seratelli, who played for Windy City (Crestwood, IL) in the Frontier League, is hitting .318 after his first 22 at-bats in the rugged Arizona Fall League. Seratelli is in the Kansas City organization.
Another Windy City product, Chicago White Sox minor league pitcher Brandon Kloess, has a loss and a 2.25 ERA after four innings in as many games in the AFL. Kloess started his pro career in Independent Baseball.
THREE MORE GET NEW AFFILIATED MINOR LEAGUE CONTRACTS
Left-handed pitcher Andrew Dobies has earned both a new contract in the Kansas City organization and a promotion to Triple-A Omaha. He was a reliever at Somerset last season and early this year until his contract was purchased by the Royals.
Two others getting new contracts in their organizations are catcher Dayton Buller (Camden, NJ, Atlantic League) with Milwaukee's Class AA club and right-hander Cody Evans with the Los Angeles Angels. Evans, who has been with Amarillo, TX in the American Association and Schaumburg, IL, then in the Northern League, also won a promotion to Double-A.
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