And there's many more to come! K.H. Lo was 1-5 with a 2 run shot, scored 2 runs, and also stole his 4th base of the season. He played in RF today. Everett won 9-4.
Greg Hunter, director of minor league operations for the Mariners gave his assessment of Lo:
"Lo is a guy we think is going to hit for us. He's probably a corner outfielder, but he may play some center." Read more here.
Jacksonville lost 3-2, but Hu held his own at the plate, going 2-5 with a RBI. He did, however, commit his 7th error of the season.
The Panners faced off against the Bucs in the ABL and won 10-3. Taiwanese players from both teams were involved in the outcome of the game.
For the Panners:
Chu maintained his average at .500 by going 2-4, with a RBI and 2 runs scored.
Representing the Bucs:
Cheng-Lung Luo pitched 0.1 innings of relief, gave up 2 hits (including a 3 run shot), 2 earned runs, and also walked one batter, with 0 K's.
The Twins beat the Dodgers 8-2. Kuo relieved rookie Chad Billingsley in the 6th inning with 2 outs. Pitching 1.1 innings, Kuo gave up 2 hits which led to 2 runs scored in the 6th inning, but the runs were charged to Billingsley. Kuo then settled down in the 7th to walk a batter and also K one batter, before getting out of the inning unscathed.
Kuo remains an enigmatic talent; you never know what kind of performance you'll be getting out of the kid. However, at least he is still on the parent club - for now.