Tribe minor-leaguers had a "camp day" Monday, which means there were no exhibition games against…
Edell Looks Good In Triple-A Matchup
Right-hander Kirk Saarloos started for Columbus and allowed three hits, three walks and one run over four innings. He fanned four, throwing 11 first-pitch strikes to 18 batters faced. He topped out at 87 mph, though seemed to be popping the ball harder on most of his 60 pitches. Edell then came on and allowed one hit and one walk over three frames, fanning four. He was 9-for-11 on first-pitch strikes with a top clocking of 90. He was working both corners of the plate very well. Lefty Rich Rundles fanned two and allowed one hit over one inning, though his top speed was only 84. Scott Roehl finished up, allowing two hits and a run over one inning. He was 4-for-5 on first-pitch strikes with a top speed of 89. Second baseman Luis Valbuena was 1-for-3 with two stolen bases; center...
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