Tonight’s Interview: Jesus Azuaje (Vol. 2)

Tonight is the last night in town for interim manager Jesus Azuaje as the regularly-scheduled skipper Eddie Menchaca arrives tonight and likely makes his LumberKings’ managerial debut tomorrow against the Cedar Rapids Kernels.  I decided to squeeze in one last interview with Azuaje before he heads back to far warmer temperatures in Peoria, AZ.  We talk about Clinton’s 4-7 start, the hot hitting of Julio Morban, the transition to Menchaca running the show, Azuaje’s aspirations for this season and beyond and more.

Listen Here:  Azuaje Interview 4.18.11.mp3

I’m admittedly still getting used to dealing with two tandem starting spots in our rotation, as again today I’ve incorrectly listed right-hander Stephen Kohlscheen as the starter.  Instead, it will be left-hander Anthony Fernandez (0-0, 6.48) making his third-straight start with Kohlscheen working in relief.  My game notes are fairly botched as a result of this switch, so I won’t be posting them tonight.  I’ll try and get better next time.

I do have lineups, though.

Cedar Rapids (5-5):  Drew Heid/LF, Wes Hatton/2B, Travis Witherspoon/CF, David Harris/DH, Carlos Ramirez/C, Ryan Jones/RF, Ricky Alvarez/1B, Jean Almanzar/SS, Jesus Campos/3B, Suammy Baez/RHP

LumberKings (4-7):  Marcus Littlewood/SS, Julio Morban/CF, Kevin Rivers/RF, Mickey Wiswall/DH, Steven Baron/C, Ramon Morla/3B, Tim Morris/1B, Stefen Romero/LF, Anthony Phillips/2B, Anthony Fernandez/LHP.

First pitch is scheduled for 6:30 PM, listen online at 1390kcln.com.

-DL

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