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Kohn gets his first MLB win

Delk closes strong for Great Falls

Posted: September 22, 2010 1:50 p.m.
Updated: September 22, 2010 1:46 p.m.

Camden's Mike Kohn at Friday's win over the Tampa Bay Rays.

Camden’s Michael Kohn won the first game of his Major League career last Friday as the Los Angeles Angles of Anaheim downed the Tampa Bay Rays, 4-3.

Kohn, a former Camden High, Post 17 American Legion and College of Charleston standout, worked one inning and fanned one batter as the Angels knocked the host Rays out of first place in the American League East race with the loss.

The 6-foot, 200-pound rookie reliever has appeared in 20 games since his late July call-up for Mike Sciosia’s troops. In that time, he has worked 17.1 innings with 15 strikeouts. He has a 2.60 earned run average.

After being charged with two runs in his MLB debut against the Boston Red Sox on July 26, Kohn has only given up three in his next 19 appearances as the right-hander’s  ERA has dropped more than 51 points in less than two months.

Delk delivers for Voyagers: Former Lugoff-Elgin, Post 17 and Clemson University standout Trey Delk had a strong season with the Great Falls (Mont.) Voyagers, a minor league affiliate of the Chicago White Sox.

A 19th round draft choice by the White Sox in 2009, the 6-foot, 190-pounder helped Great Falls to a second-place finish in the Northern Division of the Pioneer League.

The right-hander overcame a slow start to his season by going 7-1 in July, August and September in fashioning a 7-3 record. The right-hander’s 81 strikeouts in 78 innings of work led the league. Delk issued just 17 walks in his 16 starts in which he posted a 5.08 earned run average.


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