Louisville roster posted

Here is your Opening Day roster for Triple-A Louisville.

  

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Exceptional post Mark…thank you. Great information.

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Just wondering why a 35 year old infielder is taking up roster space on the team.

Where is Winker at?

Got me. I thought it was a sure thing he would promoted from AA and would be a starter at AAA. Any insight on this Mark.

He only had a handful of games at Double-A last season before he got hurt. I’m not surprised he’s back at Pensacola.

This can’t be final. Louisville won’t carry 27 players including 14 pitchers.

Sorry, make that 28 players.

MIAMI (AP) At least it didn’t rain.

Instead, the problem Tuesday night for the Miami Marlins was a deluge against Mat Latos. The Atlanta Braves scored seven runs off Latos in the first inning and beat Miami for the second day in a row to start the season, 12-2.

The retractable roof at Marlins Park was closed in the aftermath of a gaffe on opening day, when rain caught officials by surprise and forced a 16-minute delay.

Playing inside, the Braves poured it on. Latos, acquired from Cincinnati in the offseason, lasted only two-thirds of an inning in the shortest outing of his career.

Latos was booed as he left the game, his first for his hometown team. He said he took the mound with ”a little bit of jitters.”

”But there’s no excuse for putting my team in a seven-run hole and embarrassing myself, throwing the ball down the middle of the plate,” he said. ”It’s the worst start I’ve had in six years. It’s ridiculous putting my team through that.”

The outing was the shortest by a starting pitcher in his Marlins debut, according to STATS. Latos (0-1) failed to record a strikeout for the first time in 154 career starts.

His spring was just as bad. Dude needs Tommy John, I guarantee it. Karma catches up to those comments he made about the Reds when he left.

So what I am hearing is that we are going to win trade of the year award. Awesome…

His ERA is 94.5. Only went 0.2 innings.

I for one will not miss his ‘hot head’ approach to the game; missing a call at the plate and the guy goes internally ballistic for the next several pitches. At least his farewell speech to the Reds was touching…you know, the one made by his wife. There is no room for immaturity in this game, yet there are a number of players that have not yet made that transition to adulthood.

Well said.

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