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#1 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 21 June 2008 - 05:16 PM

Didn't see an Adopt-a-Prospect page for Stolmy, so I figured if he's going to be in the rotation for Lowell, he should probably have one....

First the basics:

* 6' 3", 186 lbs.
* Bats right, throws right
* Born February 1, 1990 in San Cristobal, DR
* Signed by the Boston Red Sox as an international free agent in July of 2006

In 2007, was assigned to the Dominican Summer League, where he worked as the DSL Red Sox' ace. In fourteen games, Pimentel compiled a 3-1 record, 2.90 ERA, and sixty strikeouts in sixty-two innings pitched. Pimentel was selected to play in league's mid-season All Star Game.

Minor League Awards

* Red Sox DSL Pitcher of the Month - June 2007
* 2007 DSL All-Star
* 2007 Red Sox Minor League Latin Program Pitcher of the Year

Links
* MiLB Player Page
* Sox Prospects Minor League Information

#2 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 21 June 2008 - 05:20 PM

Started on June 20 vs. the Vermont Lake Monsters, going five innings giving up five hits and two earned runs. Walked one and struck out six. Earned a no decision and ERA sits at 3.60 with a .263 opponent batting average.

#3 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 24 June 2008 - 09:54 PM

Interview with Stolmy over at Sox Prospects

Edited by Mr. Baseball, 24 June 2008 - 09:55 PM.


#4 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 25 June 2008 - 09:45 PM

Stolmy goes five innings tonight to earn the win against the Oneonta Tigers. He struck out three, walked zero and gave up five hits along with one earned run.

Hits consisted of three doubles, two singles. One CS of the Oneonta CF Benjamin Guez. Pimental faced 19 batters.

YTD: 2 starts, 1-0, 10 IPs, 10 hits, 3 ERs, 1 BB, 9 Ks, 2.70 ERA, .263 BAA

#5 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 30 June 2008 - 09:42 PM

After the one inning from Yeiper Castillo, Stolmy "started" the continuation of the game from yesterday (6/29). He went five innings tonight to earn the win against the Oneonta Tigers. He struck out five, walked one and gave up two hits and no runs.

Hits consisted of two singles. Pimental allowed one SB to the LF Christopher White, had a throwing error in the field and faced 18 batters.

YTD: 2 starts*, 2-0, 15 IPs, 12 hits, 3 ERs, 2 BBs, 14 Ks, 1.80 ERA, .218 BAA

#6 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 05 July 2008 - 10:06 PM

Despite indications that Kyle Snyder was supposed to pitch tonight in a rehab assignment for Lowell, Stolmy got the start against the Jamestown Jammers. He went five innings for the no decision. Pimentel struck out five, walked one and gave up two runs (one earned).

Hits consisted of one HR from the Jamestown C Miguel Fermin and two singles. Stolmy had one CS of the RF Jeremy Synan and faced 19 batters.

YTD: 3 starts*, 2-0, 20 IPs, 15 hits, 4 ERs, 3 BBs, 19 Ks, 1.80 ERA, .205 BAA

#7 sittingstill

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Posted 06 July 2008 - 11:16 AM

A few photos of Stolmy from last night's game:

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#8 Quintanariffic

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Posted 06 July 2008 - 08:00 PM

Nice number he chose for himself.

#9 SoxScout


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Posted 06 July 2008 - 08:11 PM

Great photos.

If Stolmy doesn't turn into the next Edinson Volquez at this point I'd be pissed. Ha.

#10 BCsMightyJoeYoung

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Posted 08 July 2008 - 07:19 AM

Every time I see this guy's name I think it says "Stormy Petrol" .. which was an old Thunderclap Newman song (now that's dating myself)

#11 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 13 July 2008 - 11:51 AM

Stolmy got the start July 11 against the Batavia Muckdogs. He went four innings for his first lost of the season. Pimentel struck out five, walked two and gave up five runs (all earned).

Hits consisted of two doubles, a home run and a single. Stolmy had a WP, a HBP and faced 19 batters.

YTD: 4 starts*, 2-1, 24 IPs, 19 hits, 9 ERs, 5 BBs, 24 Ks, 3.38 ERA, .213 BAA

#12 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 18 July 2008 - 03:53 PM

After relieving Kyle Snyder yesterday, Stolmy came in yesterday in relief after 2.1 IPs and went four innings against the Mahoning Valley Scrappers. Pimentel struck out two, walked two, and gave up two runs (neither earned) for the loss.

Hits consisted of four singles. Stolmy had a throwing error in the field and faced 18 batters. The two unearned runs were Snyder's inherited runners.

YTD: 6 games, 4 starts*, 2-2, 28 IPs, 23 hits, 9 ERs, 7 BBs, 26 Ks, 2.89 ERA, .221 BAA

#13 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 22 July 2008 - 10:49 PM

Rougher outting for Stolmy tonight, as he went four innings today in his start against the State College Spikes. The game was called after four innings (and will be resumed tomorrow at 6:05) with the Spinners trailing 2-1. Pimentel struck out five, walked two and gave up two runs (both earned).

The (seven) hits consisted of two doubles (both to the State College CF Ciro Rosero) and five singles. Stolmy had a wild pitch, allowed a stolen base and faced 21 batters.

More stats will be provided tomorrow when the game becomes official.

#14 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 23 July 2008 - 09:22 PM

Rougher outting for Stolmy tonight, as he went four innings today in his start against the State College Spikes. The game was called after four innings (and will be resumed tomorrow at 6:05) with the Spinners trailing 2-1. Pimentel struck out five, walked two and gave up two runs (both earned).

The (seven) hits consisted of two doubles (both to the State College CF Ciro Rosero) and five singles. Stolmy had a wild pitch, allowed a stolen base and faced 21 batters.

More stats will be provided tomorrow when the game becomes official.


UPDATE:

The Spinners pulled out a win tonight after the game was resumed. Stolmy was taken off the hook for the loss, and the book was officially closed on this particular outting.

YTD: 7 games, 5 starts*, 2-2, 32 IPs, 30 hits, 11 ERs, 9 BBs, 31 Ks, 3.09 ERA, .246 BAA

#15 youkfan20

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Posted 24 July 2008 - 05:16 AM

A few more pictures of Stolmy. Took these during XST back in May.

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#16 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 29 July 2008 - 10:59 PM

Stolmy got the start yesterday against the Vermont Lake Monsters and although he left the game in line for the win, the Spinners eventually lost 5-4. He went five innings for the no decision. Pimentel struck out five, walked two and gave up three runs (all earned). A 3-run home run accounted for the Vermont runs against Stolmy.

Hits consisted of the HR to the Vermont DH Derek Norris and a single. Stolmy allowed a SB and faced 19 batters.

YTD: 8 games, 6 starts*, 2-2, 37 IPs, 32 hits, 14 ERs, 11 BBs, 36 Ks, 3.41 ERA, .230 BAA

#17 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 02 August 2008 - 10:02 PM

Excellent start for Stolmy tonight, as he went five innings for the win against the Vermont Lake Monsters. Pimentel struck out eight, walked none and gave up no runs.

Hits consisted of a double and a single. Stolmy faced 16 batters.

YTD: 9 games, 7 starts*, 3-2, 42 IPs, 34 hits, 14 ERs, 11 BBs, 44 Ks, 3.00 ERA, .219 BAA

#18 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 11 August 2008 - 06:28 PM

Stolmy got the start August 9th against the Hudson Valley Renegades and went five innings for the no decision. Pimentel struck out three, walked one and gave up two runs (both earned).

Hits consisted of a home run (to Hudson valley CF Anthony Scelfo), a double and three singles. Stolmy allowed 2 SBs, had 2 CS and faced 19 batters.

YTD: 10 games, 8 starts*, 3-2, 47 IPs, 39 hits, 16 ERs, 12 BBs, 47 Ks, 3.06 ERA, .225 BAA

#19 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 13 August 2008 - 11:54 PM

Stolmy named to the NYPL American League All-Star team along with fellow Lowell teammate OF Mitch Dening.

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#20 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 15 August 2008 - 08:42 AM

Stolmy got the start last night against the Williamsport Crosscutters, and went five innings for the win. Pimentel struck out five, walked none, and gave up three runs (all earned).

Hits consisted of two HRs (both by Williamsport 3B Cody Overbeck) and two singles. Stolmy faced 19 batters.

YTD: 11 games, 9 starts*, 4-2, 52 IPs, 43 hits, 19 ERs, 12 BBs, 52 Ks, 3.29 ERA, .224 BAA

#21 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 19 August 2008 - 09:33 PM

Stolmy pitched an inning tonight for the American League in the NYPL All-Star game and earned a no decision. He gave up a leadoff double, induced a groundout, struck out a batter, and picked off the runner at 2nd.

#22 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 24 August 2008 - 06:46 PM

In his first start since the All-Star break, Stolmy pitched tonight against the Staten Island Yankees. He went six innings for his fifth win of the season. Pimentel struck out three, walked three and gave up two runs (both earned).

Hits consisted of a home run to the Staten Island LF Taylor Grote and a single. Stolmy faced 23 batters.

YTD: 12 games, 10 starts*, 5-2, 58 IPs, 45 hits, 21 ERs, 15 BBs, 55 Ks, 3.26 ERA, .214 BAA

#23 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 31 August 2008 - 10:02 PM

Stolmy got the start the other night (8/29) against the Hudosn Valley Renegades, and went five innings to earn a no decision. Pimentel struck out six, walked two and gave up one run (it was earned).

Hits consisted of six singles. Stolmy had a HBP, was involved in a CS and faced 21 batters.

YTD: 13 games, 11 starts*, 5-2, 63 IPs, 51 hits, 22 ERs, 17 BBs, 61 Ks, 3.14 ERA, .224 BAA

#24 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 10 September 2008 - 09:51 AM

In a game where a win would have advanced the Spinners to the Championship Round of the NYPL Playoffs, Stolmy got the start against the Batavia Muckdogs and went four innings to earn a no decision. Pimentel struck out six, walked two and gave up two runs (both earned).

Hits consisted of a double and five singles. Stolmy had a HBP and face 21 batters.

(no stats, as they aren't combined the with regular season numbers on milb.com)

#25 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 04 October 2008 - 02:28 PM

Interesting article about Stolmy's involvement in negotiations before the Jason Bay trade.

#26 Bowlerman9


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Posted 04 October 2008 - 04:16 PM

Interesting article about Stolmy's involvement in negotiations before the Jason Bay trade.


Very interesting article. I enjoy reading things like that.

Lets hope we look back on this the same way we look back on the Manny/ARod trade and think "Thank God we were able to hold on to Lester/Pimentel".

#27 Mr. Baseball

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Posted 07 November 2008 - 03:34 PM

Stolmy ranked as the 10th best Red Sox prospect, and is rated as having the best change-up in the system

#28 amarshal2

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Posted 11 February 2009 - 04:17 PM

Chris Mellen has posted his Stolmy Pimentel Prospect Preview at SoxProspects.com.

#29 John DiFool

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Posted 11 February 2009 - 09:21 PM

Doesn't this guy remind everyone of Oil Can Boyd? Quirky name, similar stuff and build, everything really?

#30 TheGoldenGreek33

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Posted 12 February 2009 - 03:17 AM

I don't know. Pimentel doesn't seem like the guy who's going to be charged with assault someday.

#31 Rough Carrigan


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Posted 12 February 2009 - 12:42 PM

And now, with NetFlix, we won't get to find out which films he rented from the local video store.

#32 phrenile


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Posted 14 March 2009 - 09:46 PM

John Sickels ("AL East Possible Breakouts/Sleepers"):

Perhaps one of the more obvious people, a clear first type, he had a decent year in the New York-Penn League (3.14 ERA, 61/17 K/BB in 63 innings, 51 hits). He already has good command for his age (19), has an excellent changeup, and has enough physical projection to boost his velocity past it's current 88-91 range. A push in dominance due to greater velocity would vault him up the charts, as long as he maintains his command. He could be a Top 50 guy if everything comes together.



#33 Manzivino

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Posted 10 April 2009 - 07:07 PM

Stolmy Pimentel Pitching Line
Date Opponent IP H BB K HR R ER ERA
4/9/2009 @Greensboro 5.00 8 0 1 0 2 2 3.60


Pimentel made his 2009 regular season debut last night, winding up with a no decision in Greenville’s season-opening 10-inning loss at Greensboro. He left the game in line to pick up the win with the score 5-2, but the Greenville offense fell silent and the bullpen couldn't hold the three run lead.

Quick hits:
  • Of the 8 hits allowed, 5 of them went for extra bases (all doubles)
  • The one strikeout was swinging
  • Gamelog and full boxscore
Edit: More on Pimentel's start from BA's live blog of the game:

UPDATE, 7:30: Pimentel retired the first two hitters easily on a popout and groundout, but gave up a double over the center fielder’s head to Jeremy Synan, followed by a sinking line drive from Ben Lasater that a diving Pete Hissey couldn’t get coming in from center. The ball glanced off Hissey’s glove and allowed Synan to score easily. Pimentel got Kyle Skipworth to ground out to second on a 91 mph fastball to end the inning.

UPDATE, 7:55: Greensboro’s hitters have had a hard time figuring out Pimentel’s changeup and curveball, and he’s done a nice job of varying his attack. He struck out Isaac Galloway on three straight offspeed pitches in the second and has induced a good number of swings and misses and not much hard contact since Synan’s double. His fastball reached 94 mph on the stadium gun here, although Paul Gran lashed the pitch into left for a single. We’re in the fourth here, still 4-1 Greenville.

UPDATE, 8:25: Pimentel surrendered a leadoff double to Isaac Galloway on another ball that narrowly eluded a diving Pete Hissey in right center. However, Pimentel was unfazed and easily set down the next three hitters on two pop flys and a grounder to short. His velocity was still a solid 88 mph in the fifth. We’ll see if he’s done for the evening.

New pitcher for Greensboro, righty Bryan Evans. 5-2 in the sixth here.

UPDATE, 8:33: My suspicions were correct, and Pimentel is done after five. His final line: 5 IP, 2 R, 2 ER, 8 H, 1 K, 0 BB. At least a couple of those eight hits were of the hard luck variety, and I’d certainly call this a solid debut for him.


Edited by Manzivino, 22 April 2009 - 08:38 AM.


#34 Manzivino

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Posted 16 April 2009 - 09:09 AM

Stolmy Pimentel Pitching Line
Date Opponent Decision IP H BB K HR R ER ERA
4/15/2009 Hickory L 3.33 5 3 0 0 3 1 2.70
Season 0-1 8.33 13 3 1 0 5 3 3.24


As you can see, Pimentel was shaky in his second start of the season. He allowed 8 baserunners in 3.33 innings and took the loss in Greenville’s 8-0 defeat at the hands of Hickory.

Quick hits:
  • Of the 5 hits, two went for extra bases (1 RBI double, 1 leadoff triple)
  • There were 3 stolen bases allowed while Pimentel was on the mound; no report on whether they were taking advantage of Pimentel or the catcher Ryan Lavarnway, but there was only one stolen base after Pimentel was relieved.
  • Gamelog and full boxscore

Edited by Manzivino, 22 April 2009 - 08:37 AM.


#35 Manzivino

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Posted 22 April 2009 - 08:50 AM

Stolmy Pimentel Pitching Line
Date Opponent Decision IP H BB K HR R ER ERA
4/20/2009 Greensboro W 5 5 0 5 0 0 0 0.00
Season - 1-1 13.33 18 3 6 0 5 3 2.03


Pimentel rebounded from a subpar performance in his previous outing, pitching five scoreless innings and picking up his first win of the season in Monday’s 2-0 victory over Greensboro.

Quick hits:
  • All 5 hits came on groundballs and all 5 went for singles
  • All 5 Ks were swinging, including striking out the side in the fifth
  • Gamelog and full boxscore
  • From the game story:

    The Drive seem to have the Greensboro Grasshoppers’ number. For the second time this series the Greenville pitching staff posted all zeros across the scoreboard, capping the four-game series with a 2-0 win Monday night.

    Led by starting pitcher Stolmy Pimentel and relievers Lance McClain and Felix Ventura, the two runs scored in the bottom of the first was all it took to earn a series split. Pimentel (1-1) only needed 55 pitches during his 5.0 inning outing, scattering five hits and fanning five to lower his earned run average to 2.03.



#36 Manzivino

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Posted 26 April 2009 - 01:32 PM

Stolmy Pimentel Pitching Line
Date Opponent Decision IP H BB K HR R ER ERA
4/25/2009 @Asheville L 5 8 1 6 0 6 3 5.40
Season - 1-2 18.33 26 4 12 0 11 6 2.95


Pimentel took the loss in a 6-2 defeat at Asheville; he was victimized by poor defense as Greenville committed 4 errors behind him leading to 3 unearned runs, but Pimentel didn’t do himself any favors with 2 wild pitches and a balk.

Quick Hits:
  • Of the 8 hits, 2 were for extra bases (both doubles)
  • All 6 strikeouts were swinging
  • Gamelog and full boxscore

Edit: Errors in table

Edited by Manzivino, 01 May 2009 - 11:25 PM.


#37 Manzivino

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Posted 02 May 2009 - 12:08 AM

Stolmy Pimentel Pitching Line
Date Opponent Decision IP H BB K HR R ER ERA
5/1/2009 Savannah ND 5.67 8 3 2 0 0 0 0.00
Season - 1-2 24 34 7 14 0 11 6 2.25


Pimentel turned in a smoke and mirrors performance to pick up a no-decision in Greenville’s 2-1 loss to Savannah. He allowed 0 runs over 5.67 innings despite giving up 8 hits and 3 walks while only striking out 2. He was helped out by two double plays behind him, including a runner thrown out at home trying to tag up and score on a fly to right.

Quick Hits:


Edited by Manzivino, 02 May 2009 - 12:08 AM.


#38 Manzivino

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Posted 07 May 2009 - 06:34 PM

Stolmy Pimentel Pitching Line
Date Opponent Decision IP H BB K HR R ER ERA
5/6/2009 @Savannah ND 5.00 9 1 5 0 2 1 1.80
Season - 1-2 29.00 43 8 19 0 13 7 2.17


Pimentel continues to defy odds; he gave up 9 hits and 1 walk over 5 innings, but surrendered only 2 runs (1 earned). He also struck out 5 and threw a wild pitch. His defense was a mixed blessing, helping him out with a double play in the third inning and hurting him with an error in both the fourth and the fifth (both by SS Ryan Dent). Pimentel was in line to pick up the win until Hunter Strickland imploded in the ninth and tenth after a passed ball allowed what would have been the game-ending strikeout to reach base.

Quick Hits:

  • Of the 8 hits, 4 were for extra bases (all doubles)
  • Of the 5 strikeouts, 3 were swinging
  • Despite his 2.17 ERA, Pimentel is allowing baserunners at a disappointing 1.76 WHIP, the worst on the Drive. This is driven primarily by his 13.34 H/9; batters are hitting a robust .347/.383./.460 against him, aided by a .410 BABIP (15.0 LD%). On the flipside, he’s been helped by the fact that he has yet to allow a HR through 133 batters faced. It will be very surprising if he can sustain his success without improving his peripherals and having his luck on balls-in-play regress.
  • Gamelog and full boxscore


#39 Manzivino

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Posted 22 May 2009 - 02:31 PM

Stolmy Pimentel Pitching Line
Date Opponent Decision IP H BB K HR R ER ERA
5/21/2009 @Augusta L 3.00 5 1 5 0 6 0 0.00
Season - 1-3 32.00 48 9 24 0 19 7 1.93


Pimentel returned from his paper-exile in Lowell on Thursday, pitching 3 innings in relief following Smoltz’s first rehab start. Pimentel took the loss at Augusta despite not allowing an earned run as the defense in his third inning of work committed a cavalcade of errors, led by his own misplay:

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Augusta Bottom 6th
  • Matthew Klimas singles on a ground ball to left fielder David Mailman.
  • Vladimir Frias reaches on force attempt, throwing error by pitcher Stolmy Pimentel. Matthew Klimas to 2nd.
  • Charlie Culberson singles on a ground ball to left fielder David Mailman. Matthew Klimas to 3rd. Vladimir Frias to 2nd.
  • Andy D'Alessio reaches on force attempt, fielding error by second baseman Ryan Dent. Matthew Klimas scores. Vladimir Frias scores. Charlie Culberson to 3rd.
  • Juan Perez reaches on force attempt, fielding error by third baseman Michael Almanzar. Charlie Culberson scores. Andy D'Alessio to 2nd.
  • Mike Loberg flies out to center fielder Peter Hissey.
  • Ehire Adrianza singles on a ground ball to center fielder Peter Hissey. Andy D'Alessio to 3rd. Juan Perez to 2nd.
  • James Simmons called out on strikes.
  • Wendell Fairley doubles (4) on a line drive to right fielder Mitch Dening. Andy D'Alessio scores. Juan Perez scores. Ehire Adrianza scores.
  • Matthew Klimas strikes out swinging.


Overall Pimentel allowed 5 hits, 1 walk, and 6 unearned runs while striking out 5.

Quick Hits:

  • Of the 5 hits, 1 went for extra bases (Fairley’s base-clearing double in the sixth). The other 4 hits were all groundball singles.
  • Of the 5 strikeouts, 4 were swinging.
  • The lone walk was his first batter of the game and was thrown out trying to steal second by catcher Tim Federowicz.
  • Pimentel has now faced 150 batters without allowing a HR.
  • Gamelog and full boxscore



#40 Manzivino

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Posted 27 May 2009 - 11:27 PM

Stolmy Pimentel Pitching Line
Date Opponent Decision IP H BB K HR R ER ERA
5/27/2009 @Rome W 5.00 3 1 4 1 3 3 5.40
Season - 2-3 37.00 51 10 28 1 22 10 2.43


Pimentel picked up the win today in the first game of Greenville’s doubleheader at Rome, his first start since his 9 day sojourn “in Lowell”. He went 5 innings giving up 3 hits (including his first HR allowed of the season) and 3 earned runs with 4 strikeouts and 1 walk; he also hit a batter.

Quick hits:

  • As mentioned above, Pimentel’s homerless streak ended at 164 batters faced. The other 2 hits allowed were both singles.
  • All 4 strikeouts were swinging.
  • Gamelog and full boxscore



#41 Manzivino

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Posted 03 June 2009 - 11:17 PM

Stolmy Pimentel Pitching Line
Date Opponent Decision IP H BB K HR R ER ERA
6/2/2009 Asheville W 6.00 6 1 5 0 0 0 0.00
Season - 3-3 43.00 57 11 33 1 22 10 2.09


Pimentel turned in his longest outing of the season on Tuesday, going 6 scoreless innings and picking up the win over Asheville. He allowed 6 hits and 1 walk while striking out 5; he was also helped out some by a defense that has often victimized him in the past:

  • The first batter he faced led off with a line drive double to CF, but was thrown out trying to stretch it into a triple.
  • The third out of the first came when Tim Federowicz picked a man off first following a 2-out single.
  • In the third inning, Pimentel escaped a first and third, nobody out jam when he was able to catch a line drive up the middle and double the man off first, followed by inducing the next batter to flyout for the third out.


Quick hits:

  • Of the 6 hits, the double to leadoff the game was the only one that went for extra bases
  • Of the 5 strikeouts, 3 were swinging and 2 were looking
  • Gamelog and full boxscore

Edited by Manzivino, 08 June 2009 - 05:35 PM.


#42 Manzivino

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Posted 08 June 2009 - 06:10 PM

Stolmy Pimentel Pitching Line
Date Opponent Decision IP H BB K HR R ER ERA
6/7/2009 @Lexington W 5.33 4 1 6 0 1 1 1.69
Season - 4-3 48.33 61 12 39 1 23 11 2.05


Pimentel continues his strong stretch, giving up 4 hits and 1 earned run while picking up the win at Lexington. He lasted 5.33 innings, walking 1 and striking out 6.

Quick Hits:

  • Of the 6 strikeouts, 5 were swinging and 1 was called.
  • Of the 4 hits, 1 was for extra bases (a double on his last batter faced in the sixth). It seems like he started to tire after cruising through 4: he allowed the first 3 men to reach base in the fifth inning; 2 singles, both of which were erased on the basepaths (the first was thrown out by Federowicz attempting to steal second, the second thrown out by Dening trying to stretch the single into a double) and the third batter was his lone walk of the game.
  • The 1 earned run came in his last inning of work. As mentioned, his last batter faced doubled with 1 out in the sixth. Armando Zerpa came on and induced a popout for the second out, but gave up a single to allow the inherited runner to score before he could get out of the inning.
  • SSS, but in his 4 appearances since his 9 day vacation on Lowell’s roster (1 relief, 3 starts) Pimentel has gone 3-1, throwing 19.33 innings with a 1.86 ERA, 20 K, 4 BB, 1 HBP. In that span batters have hit .254/.299/.338 against him. It bears watching to see if he can keep this up or if he reverts back to his April/early May form.
  • Gamelog and full boxscore


Edit: Corrected Season HRs in chart and opponents' batting line in last 4 appearances

Edited by Manzivino, 13 June 2009 - 07:23 AM.


#43 kenneycb


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Posted 09 June 2009 - 09:34 AM

Not sure if you're chart is messed up but he should have 1 HR for the season.

His Runs number comapred to ER number is absurd.

#44 GreyisGone

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Posted 09 June 2009 - 09:51 AM

QUOTE (kenneycb @ Jun 9 2009, 10:34 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Not sure if you're chart is messed up but he should have 1 HR for the season.

That is what his chart has?

#45 Manzivino

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Posted 09 June 2009 - 09:52 AM

QUOTE (kenneycb @ Jun 9 2009, 10:34 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Not sure if you're chart is messed up but he should have 1 HR for the season.

His Runs number comapred to ER number is absurd.


Thanks for catching that, there was an error in my spreadsheet.

On the year so far, Greenville as a team has given up 40 unearned runs and Pimentel has given up 30% of them while pitching to 10.3% of the total batters faced. Nobody else is in the same ballpark as that discrepancy.

#46 RPimentel

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Posted 11 June 2009 - 10:13 PM

If Stolmy ever makes it to the big leagues, let's just say I'll be the first to buy his jersey!

Finally a Pimentel of note to follow in baseball! And with the Sox organization!



#47 Manzivino

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Posted 13 June 2009 - 08:17 AM

Stolmy Pimentel Pitching Line
Date Opponent Decision IP H BB K HR R ER ERA
6/12/2009 Asheville W 5.00 4 1 7 0 1 1 1.80
Season - 5-3 53.33 65 13 46 1 24 12 2.03


Pimentel continues to roll, going 5 strong innings allowing 1 ER and riding a rare Greenville offensive explosion to pick up the 11-3 win over Asheville. He gave up 4 hits while walking 1 and striking out 7.

Quick Hits:

  • Of the 7 strikeouts, 5 were swinging and 2 were looking.
  • All 4 hits were singles.
  • The lone run he allowed scored after he allowed back-to-back singles to leadoff the second, resulting in a first and third, nobody out situation. He induced the following batter into a 6-4-3 double play which scored the runner but minimized the damage; no other runner advanced past second in his 5 innings of work.
  • In the 5 appearances since his 9 day break (1 relief, 4 starts) Pimentel has gone 4-1, throwing 24.33 innings with a 1.85 ERA, 27 K, 5 BB and 1 HBP. In that span, batters are hitting .247/.292/.315 against him.
  • In his last 4 appearances (all starts), he has gone 4-0, throwing 21.33 innings with a 2.11 ERA, 22 K, 4 BB, and 1 HBP. In those 4 starts, batters are hitting .233/.278/.301 against him.
  • Gamelog and full boxscore



#48 chester

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Posted 15 June 2009 - 07:07 PM

I am probably going to be driving through Greenville in a couple of days and would love to see Stolmy pitch.

Does anyone know when his next start will be so I can plan my drive around it.

#49 Crazy Puppy

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Posted 15 June 2009 - 07:12 PM

QUOTE (chester @ Jun 15 2009, 08:07 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I am probably going to be driving through Greenville in a couple of days and would love to see Stolmy pitch.

Does anyone know when his next start will be so I can plan my drive around it.

Things can change, but as of right now, it looks like Hagadone on Tuesday, Stolmy on Wednesday and Huntzinger on Thursday. Would love to hear a first-hand report on any of the three.

#50 chester

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Posted 15 June 2009 - 10:23 PM

QUOTE (Crazy Puppy @ Jun 15 2009, 07:12 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Things can change, but as of right now, it looks like Hagadone on Tuesday, Stolmy on Wednesday and Huntzinger on Thursday. Would love to hear a first-hand report on any of the three.


Thanks for the info. Id be going through Greenville during there next homestand which is 19-21. Are they on a 5 man rotation having Hagadone go on the 21st?