- Arizona Diamondbacks minor league players
Bobby Borchering Arizona Diamondbacks Third baseman Born: October 25, 1990 Bats: Switch Throws: Right
Bobby Borchering (born October 25, 1990, in Alva, Florida) is a third baseman for the Arizona Diamondbacks organization. He is a switch hitter and throws right-handed. He was draft in the first round, 16th overall in the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft.
In high school Bobby had a .494 batting average with 38 hits, 37 RBIs, 9 doubles and 13 home runs at 77 at bats in his senior year.
Bobby is currently in the Midwest League with the Diamondbacks minor league affiliate the South Bend Silver Hawks. In 2009 he finished with a .241 batting average in 22 games which included 21 hits, 2 home runs and 11 RBIs at 87 at bats.
Archie Bradley Arizona Diamondbacks Pitcher Born: August 10, 1992 Bats: Right Throws: Right
Archie N. Bradley (born August 10, 1992) is a professional baseball player for the Arizona Diamondbacks.
He was drafted seventh overall by the Diamondbacks in the 2011 Major League Baseball Draft out of Broken Arrow Senior High in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
After transferring from Muskogee High School to Broken Arrow High School before his junior year, Bradley quickly became the starting quarterback on the school's varsity football team and a starting pitcher for the baseball team. After his junior year, Bradley was named to the 2010 Aflac All-American Baseball Classic roster. In 2011, during his senior season, he led the team to a 36-2 record and its first 6A State Championship since 1991. In the championship game against the Rams of Owasso High School, Bradley struck out 14 batters and allowed just two hits over seven innings in a 4-0 win. He finished his senior season with a 12-1 record, allowing just three earned runs in 71 1/3 innings, walking 11 batters and striking out 133.
He committed to play both football and baseball at the University of Oklahoma, but signed with the Diamondbacks instead. ESPN baseball insider, Keith Law, ranks Bradley as the number nine prospect in the 2011 draft. Archie was selected as the 7th Overall pick in the 2011 MLB Draft to the Arizona Diamondbacks.
On August 15, 2011, with only minutes left until the signing deadline, Bradley signed a contract with the Diamondbacks for $5 million, to be spread out over five years due to his two-sport ablilities. Instead of going to college to play both football and baseball, he was sent to Arizona for workouts at the rookie level before being sent to the Arizona League.
Bradley is a 6'4", 225 lb. right-handed pitcher who features a slight 3/4 arm angle with a 2-seam fastball in the 92-95 mph range, a 4-seam fastball occasionally elevating to 98-99 mph, and 82-83 mph 12-6 curveball, and a developing change up.
Mike DeMark Reno Aces — No. 17 Relief pitcher Born: May 20, 1983 Bats: Right Throws: Right Career statistics
Win-loss record 10-12 Earned run average 2.78 Strikeouts 364 Saves 17 Teams Career highlights and awards
- 1× Texas League All-Star (2009)
From Marietta College, he signed undrafted to the Florence Freedom. Later, on January 12, 2007, he would be signed by the San Diego Padres organization, and play in the Class A-Advanced California League for the Lake Elsinore Storm. In 2008, DeMark moved to the Double-A Texas League to play for the San Antonio Missions. Between 2008 and 2010 Mike DeMark moved between the San Antonio Missions and the Class AAA Portland Beavers.
In 2009, he helped San Antonio win the season's first-half championship and was awarded for his work with a trip to the Texas League All-Star Game in Frisco, Texas
Leaving the (defunct) Portland Beavers (now the Tucson Padres), DeMark saw great success during a brief stint in York Pennsylvania playing for the York Revolution. On June 3, 2011 DeMark's success was rewarded, signing with the Arizona Diamondbacks organization and placed on the Double-A Southern League team, the Mobile BayBears.
Mahon grew up in Saint Paul, Minnesota, where he was a three-sport athlete at Como Park Senior High School, lettering in basketball, football and baseball. Despite gaining serious interest from many Big Ten schools to play football, such as Purdue, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, Mahon ultimately chose to play baseball for the University of Minnesota. He graduated from the University of Minnesota with a degree in Communications in 2006 and went undrafted in the MLB draft.
Despite a sub-par collegiate career, Mahon's 95 mph fastball was enough to earn him a shot with the Arizona Diamondbacks, who signed him shortly after he graduated from the University of Minnesota in 2006. He quickly advanced in the organization, reaching the triple-A level in 2008. In 2009, Mahon was invited to spring training with the Arizona Diamondbacks as a non-roster invitee before being reassigned to minor league camp. Due to an early season injury, Mahon was assigned to the Diamondbacks' double-A club before being called up to AAA on July 5, 2009.
Full Triple-A to Rookie League rosters
Triple-AReno Aces roster
- 15 Lucas May
- 33 Konrad Schmidt *
- 6 Tony Abreu
- 12 Ángel Berroa
- 4 Mark Hallberg
- 9 Tommy Manzella *
- 48 Juan Miranda
- 13 Cody Ransom
- -- Ed Rogers
- 38 Andy Tracy
Double-AMobile BayBears roster
- 4 Ed Easley
- 30 Josh Ford
- 6 Jacob Elmore
- 5 Taylor Harbin
- 3 Daniel Kaczrowski
- 2 Daryle Ward
- 45 Ryan Wheeler
- 29 Adam Eaton
- 18 Kyle Greene
- 25 Marc Krauss
- 7 Ollie Linton
- 9 A. J. Pollock
- 12 Turner Ward
Class A-AdvancedVisalia Rawhide roster
- 9 Rossmel Perez
- 7 Mark Reed
- 5 Bobby Borchering
- 30 Matthew Davidson
- 8 Brent Greer
- 32 David Nick
- 1 Chris Owings
- 31 Keon Broxton
- 3 Ryan LaPensee
- 27 Alfredo Marte
- 17 Jon Mark Owings
- 29 Raoul Torrez
Class ASouth Bend Silver Hawks roster
- 32 Michael Bolsinger
- 23 J.R. Bradley
- 24 Keith Cantwell
- 29 Victor Capellan
- 31 Eury De La Rosa
- 34 Jeremy Erben
- 7 Tyler Green
- 16 Braden Hagins
- -- Randy Hamrick
- 20 Kable Hogben
- -- Juan Jaime *
- 30 Chrisopher Odegaard
- 10 Patrick Schuster
- 36 Jeffery Shields
- 28 Andrew Wolcott
- 5 Raywilly Gomez
- 13 Jhoan Pimentel
- 21 Aidan Kilpatrick
- 19 Yazy Arbelo
- 15 Ramón Castillo
- -- Michael Freeman
- 2 Niko Gallego
- 22 Matt Helm
- 8 Gerson Montilla
- 11 David Narodowski
- 51 Mark Haley
- 22 Kevin Kilpatrick
- 21 Wellington Cepeda (pitching)
- 9 Bobby Smith (hitting)
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- ^ "D-backs sign first-round Draft pick Archie Bradley | dbacks.com: News". Arizona.diamondbacks.mlb.com. http://arizona.diamondbacks.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20110816&content_id=23269718&vkey=news_ari&c_id=ari#disqus_thread. Retrieved 2011-08-17.
- ^ "Penn Trafford Star". http://www.yourpenntrafford.com/penntraffordstar/article/mission-p-t-grad-mike-demark-continues-rise-through-padres-organization. Retrieved 2009-08-20.
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