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Red Raiders in the MLB: Tomlinson recalled from the minors; Quezada starts off strong as a pro

See how former Red Raiders are doing in the MLB this week!

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Kelby Tomlinson – San Francisco Giants

On July 22, Tomlinson appeared at second base against the Oakland A’s. He was 0-2 at the plate and is batting .214. He was recently recalled from the Sacramento River Cats minor league team, and played in two games with the Giants since then.

Daniel Coulombe – Oakland Athletics

Coulombe appeared on the mound for the A’s against the Chicago White Sox on July 22. He pitched less than an inning, giving up three hits and no earned runs. In his short outing, he also recorded a strikeout. Coulombe, who was previously optioned to the Nashville Sounds minor league team on July 14, was recalled for the game against the White Sox. As of July 23, he was optioned again to the Nashville Sounds.

Josh Tomlin – Cleveland Indians

Tomlin still remains on the 10-day disabled list since being placed on it last week after the Indians’ game against the Cincinnati Reds.

Chad Bettis – Colorado Rockies

Remains on the 10-day disabled list.

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.

Jose Quezada – Fort Wayne TinCaps (San Diego Padres)

On July 18, Quezada made his minor league debut with the Tri-City Dust Devils. He pitched one inning, giving up one run on two hits while striking out one. Quezada was assigned to the Fort Wayne TinCaps on July 20. He also appeared in a game for the TinCaps, pitching 2.1 innings. He gave up one hit but no earned runs, while striking out three. Opponents batted .125 off of Quezada during the game.

Corey Taylor – Binghamton Rumble Ponies (New York Mets)

On May 10, Taylor was assigned to the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, a Double-A minor league team. So far with the Ponies this year, the righty pitcher holds a 1-1 record with a 2.41 ERA. He has appeared in 23 games, starting in two, and is credited with five saves. In 33.2 innings pitched, Taylor has given up nine earned runs on 41 hits, walking only seven and striking out 27. In January, he was invited to spring training by the Mets.

Tanner Gardner – Spokane Indians (Texas Rangers)

Gardner has been playing with the Spokane Indians since March 29. He has appeared in 25 games and holds a .253 batting average. Showing off his versatility, Gardner has played both first base and in the outfield for the Indians.