#BirdDroppings for July 18- What A Cycle Sounds Like

  1. Mitsui Cycle
  2. D-Backs Announce International Signings

1- Mitsui Cycles

Missoula rookie Trevor Mitsui hit for the cycle last night in the O’s 12-9 win over Grand Junction.

Here’s what hitting a cycle sounds like: https://soundcloud.com/nolan-ryan-alexander/trevor-mitsui-cycle

MiLB story on Mitsui here

2- D-Backs Announce International Signings

From the Arizona Release, here are the most recent signees in this year’s International Signing Period

The Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) have signed five international free agents, including the organization’s first amateur signing out of Taiwan, pitcher Wei-Chieh (“Way-Jay”) Huang, since the start of the 2014-15 international signing period on July 2, according to according to D-backs’ Executive Vice President & General Manager Kevin Towers.

 Huang, 20, was born in Taitung and attended Kao Yuan Tech High School in Kaohsiung followed by the National Taiwan University of Physical Education and Sports (NTUPES), the top ranked college baseball program in the country. Huang went 2-0 with a 1.42 ERA in 4 games during the 2012 Taiwan High School National Tournament, and later reached 95 mph during the preliminary round of the 2013 All-Taiwan Games.

 ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS’ 2014 INTERNATIONAL SIGNINGS

Player

Pos.

B-T

Age

Ht.

Wt.

Hometown, Country

Juan Araujo

OF

R-R

16

6-2

195

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Mailon Arroyo

INF

S-R

16

6-0

200

Salcedo Domingo, Dominican Republic

Remy Cordero

OF

L-L

16

6-2

170

San Pedro, Dominican Republic

Victor Rodriguez

OF

L-L

17

5-10

140

Maracaibo, Venezuela

Wei-Chieh Huang

RHP

R-R

20

6-1

170

Taitung, Taiwan

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