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Red Raiders in the MLB: Two players move to disabled lists, new minor league promotions emerge

How are Red Raiders doing in the MLB this week?

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Chad Bettis – Colorado Rockies

Bettis still remains on the 10-day disabled list. He hasn’t appeared in a game since July 1 against the Los Angeles Dodgers. Bettis has a 5-1 record and a 5.10 ERA in 95.1 innings pitched.

MLB: Colorado Rockies at San Francisco Giants Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

Josh Tomlin – Cleveland Indians

On July 9, Tomlin appeared for an inning against the Cincinnati Reds. He allowed two earned runs on two hits while walking one. Tomlin was placed on the 10-day disabled list before the July 10 game against the Reds because of a strained right hamstring. He holds a 0-5 record and a 6.98 ERA in 49 innings pitched.

Kelby Tomlinson – San Francisco Giants

The San Francisco Giants recalled Tomlinson from the Sacramento River Cats on July 15 after optioning him to the River Cats on July 5. On Sunday, Tomlinson appeared against the Oakland Athletics at second base. He went 0-2 at the plate and is batting .217 for the Giants.

Daniel Coulombe – Oakland Athletics

Coulombe is on the 40-Man roster for the Oakland Athletics, but is still assigned to the Nashville Sounds minor league team. Since last week, Coulombe has appeared in one game for the Sounds, getting the win on the mound. In two innings, he allowed two earned runs on two hits, with no walks and one strikeout.

MLB: Seattle Mariners at Oakland Athletics Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports

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.

In other news:

Two former Red Raiders have already been promoted in the minor leagues. Zach Rheams, who was drafted by the New York Mets, has been moved to the Class A South Atlantic League team, Columbia Fireflies.

Michael Davis, who was drafted by the Minnesota Twins, was moved to the Class A team, Cedar Rapids Kernels.

Orlando Garcia helped his team to a victory on July 11. Garcia, who plays for the Augusta GreenJackets, hit a homerun in the top of the ninth inning to give the GreenJackets a 3-2 lead and keep them ahead to win the game.

Cody Farhat, who plays for the AZL Indians 1, was a big factor to his team winning in an unusual way on July 10. Farhat helped his team achieve an extra-inning walk-off win by getting hit by a pitch. The AZL Indians won 8-7 in 12 innings against the AZL Giants Black, which also happens to be the team Dylan Dusek is on.