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November 19, 2011

Terry Doyle was named to the 2011 AFL Top Prospects Team

Filed under: Chicago White Sox — The Wizard @ November 19, 2011 7:20 pm
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The Arizona Fall League announced its 2011 Top Prospects Team. Selected by Fall League managers and coaches, the Top Prospects Team identifies the players who distinguished themselves throughout the league’s seven-week 2011 schedule against other top prospects from every organization in Major League Baseball. Voters were asked to consider Fall League performance and major league projectability.

Terry Doyle, Mesa Solar Sox (Chicago White Sox)
Led the league in WHIP (0.62) and opponents average (.135), second in wins (4) sixth in ERA (1.98) … fifth among starters in walk rate (1.65 BB/9) … won four straight starts, Oct. 11-28 … week three pitcher-of-the-week after going 2-0 with a 1.00 ERA, 2 hits, 3 walks and 8 strikeouts in two starts … four perfect innings Oct. 11 … five of six runs allowed scored on four home runs … one or fewer hits and three or more innings in five of eight starts … 22:5 K:BB … scoreless fourth inning in AFL Rising Stars Game.

The other starting pitcher that made the ‘Top Prospects Team’ was Seattle’ Danny Hultzen.



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