The Portland game was rained out. Eddie Bonine had another strong outing and was finally rewarded. …
Steve Delabar added to the Eugene Emeralds
Welcome Steve Delabar.
Delabar, a right-hander, made his last start with Peoria on Friday and went five innings and allowed two runs, one earned, on five hits.
Over his last ten innings, the 6-foot-5, 220 pound pitcher has allowed two earned runs and has struck out ten. His highest strike out total was nine in a five inning outing earlier in the year. He has made 14 appearances as a reliever and (mostly) starter and has a 4.37 ERA while going 2-4.
Delabar was a draft and follow from the 2003 MLB Amateur Draft, taken in the 29th round out of Volunteer State Community College in Tennessee . He signed just prior to the 2004 draft.
Delabar will likely move into the starting rotation for Eugene.
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