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Red Raiders in the MLB: Michael Davis’ offense excels; no movement on DL

Here are your weekly Red Raiders in the MLB updates:

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Daniel Coulombe – Oakland Athletics

Coulombe is still currently playing in the minors with the Nashville Sounds. He has pitched in two games this week for the Sounds. On July 25, he was credited with a save. Coulombe pitched less than an inning, giving up two hits and no earned runs. On July 28, his ERA was brought up almost a full point to 3.31 after his outing. In one inning pitched, Coulombe gave up two earned runs on three hits and walked one.

Kelby Tomlinson – San Francisco Giants

Tomlinson appeared in a game against the Seattle Mariners on July 24. He started at second base for the Giants and helped lead his team to victory. Tomlinson went 2-3 at the plate scoring a run and also getting an RBI. A couple days later, he was optioned to the Sacramento River Cats, where he has appeared in three games. He played shortstop and third base in those games and did well at the plate. His batting average improved from .256 to .265.

Josh Tomlin – Cleveland Indians

Remains on the 10-day disabled list.

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.

Michael Davis – Cedar Rapids Kernels (Minnesota Twins)

Davis is doing pretty well in his professional outing so far. On July 26, Davis helped his team to victory by producing one-third of the runs scored in the game. He went 2-3 at the plate hitting not one, but TWO home runs in the game and picking up three RBIs on the way. His batting average is .314.

Ryan Moseley – Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (Los Angeles Dodgers)

Moseley was assigned to the Quakes on April 2 and has done well with the team. His overall record is 3-2 with a 4.39 ERA. In 37 game appearances, he has started in two and accumulated two saves. Moseley has given up 27 earned runs on 56 hits in 55.1 innings pitched. Batters are only hitting .258 off of him. In his most recent outing on Sunday, Moseley pitched one inning and didn’t give up a single hit or earned run.