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Fall/Winter League Roundup

A ton of Tigers and Tiger prospects saw time in both the Arizona Fall League and the various winter leagues.  With the action finished, it’s worth taking a look at how these players did and MLB.com has a nice summary of the action.

Omar Infante had a particularly good season.  It sure would be nice if he could get some playing time and show some flashes of what he did for us in 2004.  I know Placido Polanco is very solid but having a good backup in Infante would go a long way towards having a solid season in Tigertown.

Wilfredo Ledezma, who could be vying for the fifth spot in the rotation, had a very rough time in the Venezuelan winter league.  In three starts, he lasted only eight innings and gave up twelve runs.  He threw better in the playoffs but that’s very encouraging.

And then there was Jordan Tata, who made a name for himself at the Arizona Fall League.  He posted a rock solid 2.63 ERA in six starts.  His strikeouts weren’t there (12 in 24 innings) but he walked only seven batters.

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