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Pro Baseball: Locals in the pros

  • Orange High School graduate D.J. Brown tweeted Friday that he has accepted the Cleveland Indians’ offer and will leave James Madison University. The right-hander did not pitch in 2012 because of a torn labrum, but was drafted in the 38th round.

  • North Stafford’s John Maine pitched seven innings—the most since his 2010 shoulder surgery—but earned no decision in Scranton/Wilkes–Barre’s 6–5 loss to Lehigh Valley Tuesday. Maine (2–2, 6.00 ERA) allowed four runs on seven hits.
  • Spotsylvania grad Cody Wheeler improved to 2–0 with an 0.89 ERA at Class-A Yakima (Wash.) by pitching five shutout innings Tuesday in a 5–0 win over Spokane.
  • Colonial Forge grad Jarrett Parker broke an 0-for-21 skid with a double for Class-A San Jose Friday, but has slumped to .231 with seven home runs, 26 RBIs and 14 stolen bases.
  • Stafford grad Adam Lopez has a 6.00 ERA in three relief outings for rookie-league Bristol.
  • King George grad Damion Carroll has made two one-inning scoreless relief appearances for the Gulf Coast League Rays.
  • Colonial Forge grad Levin Hyams is batting .220 at rookie-league Danville with three home runs and 12 RBIs.
  • Mountain View grad Kyle Haynes has a 1.29 ERA and one save in five relief outings for rookie-league State College (Pa.).
  • Mary Washington grad Parker Talbert is 2–1 with a 4.85 ERA and Brooke Point grad Evan Houde has a 7.71 ERA in three relief appearances for the Alpine Cowboys of the independent Pecos League.

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