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Recap and Standouts
In Lakewood, the stories continue to be centered on the close eye being kept on Mickey Moniak and the arms the BlueClaws put out there on a daily basis.
Moniak ended the week at the .275 mark. He had a string of a few days with hits but cooled off as the week ended. He did add another homer. The Phillies are hoping to see the power numbers jump a bit as the season progresses.
Daniel Brito, another top of the order bat to keep an eye on saw his average dip well below .250 this week. Brito is still incredibly young and comes with high praise from scouts and minor-league writers all over the country. It is far from the panic button with the second baseman.
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The BlueClaws had three pitchers keep a team to less than three earned runs this week. JoJo Romero, Nick Fanti, and Ranger Suarez continue to cruise. The three combined to allow four earned runs over their 19 innings of work last week. All three are boasting an ERA below 2.50, while Fanti and Suarez are below 2.00 at this point in the season.