Former LC players Lavalli, Noteware and Murillo flourish in minor leagues

LEWISTON, ID - A couple former Warrior baseball players are slowly starting to thrive in the pros.

Former LCSC baseball players Cody Lavalli, Michael Noteware, and David Murillo are doing what they can to help out their minor league teams and make their way up the professional ladder.

Lavalli is playing for the Arizona League Angels after being drafted by the L-A Angels organization a few months ago. In twelve games played, he's currently hitting .205 with nine hits, including five doubles, three RBI's, six runs, and four walks.

Noteware, a pitcher who was an undrafted free agent, was signed by the New York Yankees organization, and currently has a 1-0 record with a 4.35 ERA giving up 16 hits and five runs in 10.1 innings pitched, while having struck out twelve for the Gulf Coast League Yankees-two.

As for Murillo, who is also an undrafted pitcher, he's one of Lavalli's teammates on the Arizona League Angels, and currently has a 2-1 record with a 1.84 ERA through seven games. The righty has given up three earned runs through 14.2 innings pitched with twelve strikeouts.