University of Houston-Victoria pitcher Andre Del Bosque suffered
his first blown save opportunity for the Regina Red Sox this week while going
1-1 on the mound.
Del Bosque’s blown save came in a 6-5 loss to the
Medicine Hats Mavericks on June 7 and also cost his UHV teammate Cory Carter
his first win opportunity as a Red Sox.
In four relief appearances this season for the Red Sox,
Del Bosque is 1-1 with two saves and a 2.25 ERA. He has allowed two runs on three
hits and a walk, while striking out seven of the 17 batters he has faced.
Carter has started two games for the Red Sox and still
awaits his first decision. In 12 innings he has allowed four runs on eight hits
and three walks, while striking out 19 for a 2.25 ERA for the 6-4 Red Sox.
Two other former Jaguars went head-to-head in a four-game
series this past week with Chad Kruse’s Roswell Invaders (23-60 coming away
with a four-game sweep over Nick Huff’s Santa Fe Fuego (11-16).
Kruse has put up some good offensive numbers in 27 games
with the Invaders as he is tied for the team lead in runs (38), hits (50),
doubles (10) and triples (2). He has a .403 batting average with 17 RBI, nine
walks, nine hit by pitch, 15 strikeouts and five stolen bases.
Huff has taken the mound in nine games for the Fuego and
is 1-1 with an 8.10 ERA. In 16.2 innings he has allowed 20 runs on 31 hits and
13 walks with 13 strikeouts. At the plate he is 1-for-5 with a walk and three
Kruse did not get an opportunity to face Huff in the