Frank Herrmann - 10 appearances spanning 19 innings out of the pen, 16 Ks, 2BBs, one HR allowed and a 2.67 FIP. Still working himself into a bullpen option role for 2010, although will likely face the rule 5 draft this offseason.
Chuck Lofgren - after having some success at the AAA level, a tough month for Lofgren. 5 starts and a 6.15 FIP.
Hector Rondon - Rondon was having a solid month until his final start on Aug. 28th when he got rocked for 12 hits and 7 runs in 6 innings of work.
Lou Marson - Marson has struggled since coming over the organization from Philadelphia. .639 OPS in August with a atypical (for Marson) .310 OBP.
Jordan Brown - on the DL for much of the month, he did manage to hit a lot of singles when on the field (.327/.352/.385)
Scott Barnes - struggling in his transition to AA. 6 HRs allowed in 4 August starts explains his 6.77 FIP for the month
Jeanmar Gomez - Eastern League pitcher of the year, Gomez had a solid 5 starts in August (3.51 FIP). Gomez also has his third straight season with 140+ innings pitched.
Eric Berger - Also made his AA debut the first week of August, but unlike Barnes, has been solid (3.47 FIP) despite a rough first outing. Moving closer to interesting territory.
Connor Graham - 14 walks in 25 August innings
Josh Judy - sensational month of August (2.32 FIP, 15K/9) out of the Akron bullpen
Carlton Smith - also a great month out of the pen, via a different path than Judy. His 68% GB-rate in August explains why he hasn't given up a HR since May.
Steven Wright - a third great bullpen performance for the Aeros, including a 19:1 K:BB ratio in 17.2 innings of work for the month
Carlos Santana - ho-hummed his way to a .951 OPS and 10 extra-base hits
Lonnie Chisenhall - 4 HRs, but just 8 hits across 70 ABs in his first AA month
Beau Mills - pretty bad across the board, OBP < .300, 4 walks/22 Ks
Carlos Rivero - typical second-half surge from Rivero. .814 OPS for the month.
Jose Constanza - not pretty numbers overall, but despite that, a .377 OBP and 11 SB against 2 CS for the month. I wouldn't be surprised to see a team without an obvious CFer take a shot at Constanza in the rule 5.
John Drennen - fall back to Earth month for Drennen, .586 OPS
Nick Weglarz - out for most of the month
Paolo Espino - some luck on balls in play helped a very good month (2.93 FIP) look even better (0.87 ERA)
Nick Hagadone - 1.89 FIP, 21:5 K:BB in 15+ innings
CC Lee - another strong month out of the pen, 22 Ks, 4 BBs, 5 ERs in 15+ innnings
Tim Fedroff - best month (.869 OPS, .427 OBP) in his pro career
Trey Haley - improvement, as he reversed his 11:21 K:BB ratio from July into a 21:11 K:BB ratio in August
Francisco Jimenez - doing to the Sally League what he did to the Arizona League. In 20 relief innings, 26 Ks, 2 BBs, and a 1.53 FIP
Bo Greenwell - great month (.848 OPS, 12 extra-base hits) for the 20-year old
Brett Brach - solid month (3.22 FIP, 35 IP) for the 2009 10th round pick. Struck out 10 and walked 0 in his final start of the month.
Vidal Nuno - The Nuno bandwagon is still accepting new members (3-0, 1.93 ERA)
Kyle Bellows - like Chisenhall, only 10 hits for the month, but 3 were triples and 3 were HRs
Jesus Brito - .420 OBP in 18 games after getting promoted from AZL
Jason Kipnis - 2009 2nd round pick has a solid first full (almost) month of pro ball: .341/.402/.506
Greg Folgia - .906 OPS and 10 extra-base hits on the month
Jordan Henry - perfect 8 for 8 in stolen bases and a .400+ OBP for the month (completing the Scrappers starting OF trifecta on that mark)
Kelvin De La Cruz - 3 rehabs appearances could have gone better (9.39 ERA)
Kirk Wetmore - good month for the 2009 draftee, 21 IP, 26:6 KK:BB, 3.43 ERA
Kevin Rucker - best month of pro-ball for the still 19-year old OFer (.313/.402/.425)