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Red Raiders in the MLB: Mushinski, Hargrove earn awards; Bettis added to 10-day DL

Here is your Red Raiders in the MLB update this week.

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Chad Bettis – Colorado Rockies

Bettis was moved to the 10-day disabled list after his appearance on the mound against the Los Angeles Dodgers June 1. He came out of the game due to a “hot spot” on his right-middle finger.

Josh Tomlin – Cleveland Indians

Tomlin appeared in two games against the Oakland Athletics on July 7 and July 8. In his first game against the A’s, he was credited with the loss. In one inning pitched, he gave up three earned runs on three hits. The following day, he didn’t allow a hit or earned run and struck out two. His record on the season is now 0-5.

Kelby Tomlinson – San Francisco Giants

Tomlinson was recalled from the San Francisco River Cats and appeared against the Colorado Rockies on July 4. He went 1-2 on the day and started at third base. The Giants optioned Tomlinson to the River Cats on July 5 and he has played in three games since with the minor league team.

Daniel Coulombe – Oakland Athletics

On June 23, the A’s optioned Coulombe to the Nashville Sounds. He has pitched in six games since then and has a 2.00 ERA. His minor league record is 1-1.

A.J. Ramos – New York Mets

Remains on the 60-day disabled list.

Nathan Karns – Kansas City Royals

Remains on the 60-day disabled list.

Parker Mushinski – QC River Bandits (Houston Astros)

Mushinski pitched four scoreless innings against the Burlington Bees on July 6. In those four innings, he struck out nine and gave up three hits and no earned runs. His ERA improved to 3.00. Mushinski’s performance against the Bees led him to be named the Walcott Player of the Game.

Hunter Hargrove – Beloit Snappers (Oakland Athletics)

On July 6, Hargrove had a four-hit game against the Clinton LumberKings. The first baseman was named the A’s Prospect of the day after his career-high performance. He is batting .295 with a slugging percentage of .424.

Draft updates

10 out of the 11 Red Raiders who were drafted this year have signed to their respective teams and were assigned to minor league teams. Caleb Kilian also announced he will return to Texas Tech next season.