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Cedar Rapids Kernels June Report

The heart of the offense, Chris Pettit moves up. Hank Conger will look to pick up the slack. P.J. Phillips is swift but contact is something that has eluded him. Aaron can't Cook up a walk – a primary source of his success. Tim Schoeninger leads the league in the most important category – wins. A former outfielder he may be but Warner Madrigal is getting in his innings.

The Cedar Rapids Kernels lost the only player on the roster that had an average over .300 when Chris Pettit was moved up to Rancho Cucamonga. For a team that fell shy of winning a first half playoff berth by four games, the second half may be even tougher to win with Pettit moved out of town. Pettit, who played all three outfield positions for the Kernels, left the Midwest League hitting .34...

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