Zelous Wheeler, D’Vontrey Richardson, And Kentrail Davis Have A New Challenger | Disciples of Uecker

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The three best names in the Brewers minor league system are now on notice.


That challenger is Dexter Bobo, a recent addition to the Brewers farm system. An undrafted player out of Georgia Southern, Bobo signed a free agent contract with the Brewers back in June. Bobo appeared in his second game (log here, so you know I’m not lying) last night for the AZL Brewers, recording three outs in the 8th and earning the win after a stunning, three run comeback in the 9th. That moves Bobo’s record to 2-0 with a 2.59 ERA.

Given that he wasn’t even drafted, we probably won’t ever hear much of Bobo in any other respect other than that of his utterly ridiculous name. But hey, that’s enough for me.

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  1. Kyle Lobner says: August 20, 2010

    Bobo has actually appeared in 13 games, not two. And while he appears to primarily be used as the “last guy out” to mop up the final innings, he’s also struck out 34 and walked 7 in 23.1 IP, so he’ll probably get another look next year.

  2. battlekow says: August 20, 2010

    There was a feature article on Bobo a couple months ago.

  3. Jaymes L says: August 20, 2010

    As far as cool names go, I’m a Maverick Lasker kind of guy. Dexter Bobo isn’t far behind though.

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