Alumni Baseball Report: Dodgers Promote Eadington to Ogden
OGDEN, Utah – Harvard graduate and left-handed pitcher Eric Eadington has been promoted within the Los Angeles Dodgers organization. Eadington, who was signed as a free agent and originally placed with the Arizona Rookie League, has been moved to the Ogden Raptors of the Pioneer League.
The hard-throwing lefty proved to be overpowering in his short stint in Arizona, amassing 18 strikeouts in just 11.1 innings of work while posting a 1.59 ERA and a 1-1 record.
In three appearances with Ogden, Eadington has been equally as proficient, holding opposing hitters to a .176 batting average with five strikeouts in 4.1 innings of work while not allowing a run.
In other baseball alum news, Frank Herrman is undefeated on the mound for the Cleveland Indians with a 3-0 mark. He has struck out 24 batters in 38.2 relief innings spanning 26 games with a 4.42 ERA.
Max Perlman is having a solid rookie season with the Arizona Athletics. He has been used both out of the bullpen and as a starter, compiling a 2-2 record, a 3.31 ERA and 34 strikeouts against just nine walks in 35.1 innings of work while holding teams to a .198 batting average.
Steffan Wilson has played in 107 games for the AA-Huntsville Stars with four homers, 46 RBI and a .243 batting average.
Shawn Haviland is toiling with the AA-Midland RockHounds and has been a workhorse, starting 24 games and throwing 123.2 innings while winning six games and striking out 96 batters.