Boise Hawks Alumni Report – May 20, 2011

A total of 149 former Boise Hawks are currently playing professional baseball – including 124 on affiliated teams and 25 players currently on independent teams in the U.S.  Check out the entire alumni report at the following link – Boise Hawks Alumni Report (5-20-11)

20 former Hawks are on Big League rosters – as Jerry Blevins (’04/’06) and Tyler Colvin (’06) were recently sent to AAA, Geovany Soto (’02) was placed on the DL (joining Andrew Cashner (’08), John Lackey (’99), and Randy Wells (’02)), with Welington Castillo (’06) and Tony Campana (’08) getting the call to the Show. 

Highlights from the minor leagues include Lou Montanez (’04), who has 41 RBI already this season with the Iowa Cubs, while Ryan Flaherty (’08) and Rebel Ridling (’08) each are playing well at AA Tennessee.  Rob Whitenack (’08) is a perfect 7-0 in Tennessee and has been the surprise pitcher so far this season, while Jose Ceda (’06) continues to put up zeroes at AAA New Orleans in the Florida system, notching 11 saves a 0.50 ERA in 16 appearances.

Justin Bour (’09) has had a great May in Daytona, leading the D-Cubs with ten homers, 14 doubles, and 31 RBI, while last season’s Hawks closer, Aaron Kurcz (’10) has not allowed an earned run in his last four starts.

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