Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Panik keeps hitting - AFL average now .322

It's a shame Joe Panik (Volcanoes '11) can't play another 50 games this calendar year as he seems to add 10 points to his batting average every month. Joe hit another double in Scottsdale's 4-1 setback to Salt River tonight.

Joe is now batting .322 in the Arizona Fall League.

With two games left in his season, Joe is tied with National's top prospect Bryce Harper for the Scorpion's batting lead.

Scottsdale is back in action tomorrow, hosting Peoria. Stay tuned for all the updates on your Volcanoes alumni; Volcanoes baseball - where Giants dreams begin.

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