A 19 year old in Portland? His name is Alfredo Fernandez and he started for the Beavers on Monday. …
Bechtel promoted, two added, one let go
Howie Pence, who attended Sam Houston State, signed as a non-drafted free agent in June of 2003. Pence appeared in one game for Eugene and 27 games with Idaho Falls last year. He combined to go 2-2 with a 6.37 earned run average. In 35 1/3 innings, Pence struck out 20 and walked 15. He ranked second on the Idaho Falls staff with eight games finished.
Chuck Bechtel appeared in 22 games for the Wizards this season. He was 1-1 with a 5.34 ERA in 30 1/3 innings. Bechtel struck out 35 and walked 23 and finished seven games for Fort Wayne. He allowed at least a run in 12 of the 22 games, although in three of those games all his runs were unearned. His longest outing of the year was two innings, occurring six times.
Rashad Smith played in five games for the Wizards in 2004, hitting .056 with two runs scored. He managed just one base hit.
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