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Gamecocks in the Show July 11 Update
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Gamecocks in the Show July 11 Update

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The Major League Baseball’s 2024 season is getting close to the All-Star Break. Here’s a recap of how the former Gamecocks are doing in the “Show.”

• Jonah Bride (Miami Marlins) – Bride was called up to the Marlins on July 4 and has played in 10 games with the club this season. He had a sacrifice fly on July 4 against Boston and had a hit on July 10 at Houston. Bride’s best game was on May 5 at Oakland where he had a two-run double.

• Whit Merrifield (Philadelphia Phillies) – Merrifield has played in 53 games for the Phillies, who have the best record in baseball. He has 21 runs scored, four doubles, a triple, three home runs and 11 RBI while stealing 11 bases. He was 2-for-4 on July 7 at Atlanta and had an RBI triple against the Dodgers on July 10.

• Carmen Mlodzinski (Pittsburgh Pirates) – Mlodzinski has made 19 appearances and three starts for the Pirates this season. He has a 3.42 ERA and a win with 23 strikeouts in 26.1 innings pitched. He earned the win on June 16 at Colorado, pitching a pair of scoreless frames. Mlodzinksi struck out two in an inning of work against St. Louis on July 3.

• Jordan Montgomery (Arizona Diamondbacks) – Montgomery is currently on the injured list but has six wins in 13 starts for the Diamondbacks. He has 45 strikeouts in 65.2 innings pitched. He earned the win at Philadelphia on June 21, striking out five and allowing two earned runs in six innings pitched.

• Clarke Schmidt (New York Yankees) – Schmidt also is on the injured list with the Yankees, but was 5-3 with a 2.52 ERA before going on the IL. He has 67 strikeouts in 60.2 innings pitched and 11 starts. Schmidt earned the win at Minnesota on May 16, striking out eight in eight innings and allowing just three hits.

• Christian Walker (Arizona Diamondbacks) – Although Walker was not selected to the All-Star Game, he has had All-Star numbers in the first half of the season for Arizona. In 93 games played, Walker is hitting .263 with 58 runs scored, 19 doubles, 22 home runs and 66 RBI. In a three-game series at Los Angeles on July 2-4, Walker belted five home runs and had nine RBI, including going 3-for-4 with three runs scored, a double, two home runs and four RBI on July 3.