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|Hoffpauir, Bowden putting up good numbers|
Vidalia natives Jarrett Hoffpauir and Barry Bowden continue to play well for their respective teams.
Hoffpauir is hitting .308 for the Las Vegas 51s, the triple-A farm team of the Toronto Blue Jays.
Hoffpauir, who spent a brief time with the Blue Jays, has 13 home runs, four triples and 17 doubles.
Bowden is 2-5 for the Wilmington Blue Rocks, the high A farm team for the Kansas City Royals.
Bowden has a 1.75 earned run average and leads the team in saves with nine.
He has struck out 34 and walked 11.
It was a whirlwind June for Bowden.
Bowden, who started out the season with the Wilmington Blue Rocks, the high Class A team of the Kansas City Royals, who shipped to triple-A Omaha where he competed in two games before being sent down to double-A Northwest Arkansas and then back to the Wilmington Blue Rocks.
Bowden picked up his team-leading seventh save on July 6 for the Blue Rocks, facing three batters in the ninth inning in Wilmington's 2-0 win over Potomac.
Bowden was promoted to Triple-A from Class A. The 25-year old righty was 2-4 with a 2.03 ERA and six saves in 20 games with the Blue Rocks. Starter Everett Teaford, who was scheduled to make his 2nd start for Omaha tonight, was sent back to Double-A Northwest Arkansas.
In his first game in triple-A on June 26, Bowden gave up three runs in the eighth inning on two home runs against Oklahoma City.
But in his second career Triple-A relief outing, Bowden tossed a scoreless eighth inning against Round Rock.
When former LSU pitcher Louis Coleman was assigned from Northwest Arkansas to Omaha earlier this month, Bowden was sent down to the Springfield, Ark., team.
In his first game back in Wilmington, Bowden pitched a scoreless final frame to grab his eighth save of the season
On July 19, Bryan Paukovits, Kevin Chapman and Bowden combined on a four-hitter as the Wilmington Blue Rocks blanked the Myrtle Beach Pelican, 2-0.
The team's eighth shutout win of the season was also its fifth of the month and its fifth straight road win, a season-best string of road success.
Bowden bolted down his team-leading ninth save and faced the minimum in the ninth.
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