Tag Archives: David Parkinson

Phillies 2018 Organizational All-Stars Announced By MiLB But We Have Our Own Selections

On Friday of last week MiLB.com released the Phillies 2018 organizational All-Stars by position. Read HERE. Some picks we agree with, others we do not and one, Zach Green, is no longer in the Phillies organization. According to Baseball American, … Continue reading

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Clearwater Threshers’ David Parkinson Is The Full Season ERA Leader In All of MiLB

The Clearwater Threshers, David Parkinson is the full season minor league ERA leader according to MiLB, read HERE. He was brilliant this season pitching for the Threshers and the Lakewood BlueClaws with a 1.45 ERA. With the Threshers, David served … Continue reading

Posted in 2018, September | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

The Clearwater Threshers Prove a Low “WHIP” Key To Getting to the Playoffs

As a team, the Clearwater Threshers have the best win-loss record in the Florida State League in the second half with a 42-22 record. Much of the reason is because the pitching staff has the lowest team WHIP in the … Continue reading

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The Way Clearwater’s Bailey Falter and Mauricio Llovera Are Pitching, They Deserve To Start In the Post Season

The Clearwater Threshers are in a battle with the Lakeland Flying Tigers for first place in the FSL Northern Division to qualify for the Florida State League post season. On Sunday afternoon in Ft. Myers, Bailey Falter pitched a six … Continue reading

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The Clearwater Threshers Show What It Takes to Win by a Shutout

As season ticket holders for the Clearwater Threshers, I am not a fan of “rehab” baseball. The $520.00 is what we pay for a two season tickets packages, which the Threshers Front Office is quick to remind us, is a … Continue reading

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Grenny Cumana’s Two Great Defensive Plays From Left Field Saves 4-3 Threshers Win

For a guy who did not play the outfield until this season, left fielder Grenny Cumana came up big defensively when it counted.  He saved two potential runs from scoring on two separate plays which turned out to be enough … Continue reading

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Can David Parkinson Become the Next Cole Hamels for the Phillies?

On Saturday, lefty David Parkinson made his Florida State League debut for the Threshers against the Bradenton Marauders on MiLB-TV. It was a gem.  He came on in the third inning after Jared Eichoff  rehabbed for the first two innings. … Continue reading

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