Onelki Garcia, LHP, Los Angeles Dodgers
50.1 IP, 2.86 ERA, .216 BAA, 52/31 K/BB (24 G/6 GS)
Garcia’s lack of command made his work as a starter short-lived this season with Double-A Chattanooga. That said, he’s certainly found his niche as a reliever: 30.1 IP, 1.48 ERA, 35/15 K/BB (18 G). He’s also been extremely effective against same-side hitters: 1.69 ERA, .151 BAA, 20 K in 16 IP.
Eddie Butler, RHP, Colorado Rockies
127 IP, 1.98 ERA, .186 BAA, 124/46 K/BB (23 GS)
After making quick work of the South Atlantic and California Leagues, respectively, Butler was awesome in his Double-A debut on Sunday: 5 IP, 2 H, 6 K. Expect to see him in the major leagues at some point next season.
Andrew Heaney, LHP, Miami Marlins
67.2 IP, 0.80 ERA, .189 BAA, 69/18 K/BB (14 G/13 GS)
Following his returning to the mound after an oblique strain delayed his start to the season, Heaney promptly shined in the Florida State League and earned a promotion to Double-A Jacksonville as a result. His first start at the more advanced level: 6 IP, 3 H, 3/1 K/BB. The 22-year-old left-hander has now compiled 34 straight scoreless innings.
Marcus Stroman, RHP, Toronto Blue Jays
76 IP, 2.96 ERA, .213 BAA, 92/21 K/BB (14 GS)
After a shaky first month with Double-A New Hampshire, Stroman, the No. 22 overall pick in the 2012 draft, has registered a 2.21 ERA with 76/17 K/BB over his last 61 frames (10 starts).
Noah Syndergaard, RHP, New York Mets
104.2 IP, 2.67 ERA, .240 BAA, 113/25 K/BB (20 GS)
Some thought that Syndergaard would be challenged following a promotion to Double-A Binghamton in late June. That certainly hasn’t been the case so far: 41 IP, 1.98 ERA, .215 BAA, 49/9 K/BB in eight starts.
Keyvius Sampson, RHP, San Diego Padres
115.2 IP, 2.88 ERA, .216 BAA, 117/45 K/BB (23 G/22 GS)
The 22-year-old was given a promotion to Triple-A Tucson to begin the 2013 season but was clearly overmatched as he posted an 8.03 ERA through four starts. However, Sampson has been a monster following a demotion back to Double-A San Antonio in late April: 2.26 ERA, .199 BAA, 110/33 K/BB in 103.1 innings.
Luke Jackson, RHP, Texas Rangers
103 IP, 2.36 ERA, .213 BAA, 108/48 K/BB (20 G/19 GS)
Recently promoted from High-A Myrtle Beach to Double-A Frisco, Jackson, a 6’2” right-hander, was outstanding in his debut at the new level on Sunday: 2 IP, 4 K, BB. He was pulled after two innings as a means of controlling his workload.
Archie Bradley, RHP, Arizona Diamondbacks
124.2 IP, 1.88 ERA, .222 BAA, 133/54 K/BB (21 G)
After issuing a season-high seven walks in his start on July 27, Bradley rebounded in a big way with his second complete game of the year on August 2 against Jacksonville: 9 IP, 6 H, 7/1 K/BB.
Trevor May, RHP, Minnesota Twins
121.1 IP, 4.52 ERA, .261 BAA, 121/57 K/BB (22 GS)
May showed signs of turning the corner when he posted a 3.23 ERA and 34/8 K/BB ratio in 30.2 June innings but has regressed considerably since the beginning on July: 6.35 ERA, 35 H, 34/17 K/BB in 32.1 innings.
Jesse Biddle, LHP, Philadelphia Phillies
111.1 IP, 3.96 ERA, .209 BAA, 123/62 K/BB (22 GS)
Since his appearance in the All-Star Futures Game on July 14: 14 IP, 14 H, 13 ER, 16/13 K/BB.