Brainerd native Todd Revenig on July 13 was promoted by the Arizona Diamondbacks to their Tucson Sidewinders farm club in the Class AAA Pacific Coast League.
Through Monday, Revenig had appeared in six games in middle relief for the Sidewinders. In 8.1 innings he had given up nine hits, walked four and struck out eight. He had a 1-0 record with a 1.08 ERA and .273 batting average against.
Before being promoted to Tucson, Revenig was a starting pitcher for the Diamondbacks' El Paso, Texas, Class AA team. He started 11 games at El Paso, compiling a 2-3 record and 6.27 ERA. In 60.1 innings he yielded 90 hits, walked 14 and struck out 50. Opponents batted .360 against him.
Edinburgh USA wins Pines Pro-AM
NISSWA -- Edinburgh USA shot 29-under-par to win the inaugural Pines Pro-Am golf competition at the Grand View Lodge course Monday.
Led by pro Adam Guli, the Brooklyn Center fivesome, playing the best three of five balls, finished with a 188 on the par 72 course, one stroke in front of pro Eric Peterson's Pines team, Rum River Hills led by pro Jeff Tollette and Albany Golf Club, captained by Paul Wellenstein.
Don Berry, also a pro at Edinburgh, won $650 for the professionals' individual competition. He posted a 5-under 67, one stroke in front of Dave Kluver, Geneva Golf Club, who pocketed $520.
Bill Israelson, of Vintage Golf Club in Staples, who placed third in the Minnesota State Open two weeks ago, was 6-over-par after five holes but rallied for a 7-under performance on the final 13 holes for a 71, good for third place and won $450.
The winning Edinburgh amateurs shared $600 in merchandise prizes. The Pines, with amateurs Randy and Denise Millard, Lee Johnson and Tammy Woog, split $300 in merchandise.
Waterski competition at Madden's
Madden's on Gull Lake will host the INT Waterski and Wakeboard/Kneeboard Competition Saturday and Sunday.
The event is open to the public, with registration beginning at 8 a.m. both days. Professional wakeboarder Matt Larson will be featured Sunday morning.
Spectators are welcome. Food and beverages will be available.
Regatta on Gull Lake this weekend
The Gull Lake Yacht Club will host its 40th annual sailing regatta Saturday and Sunday.
Fifty skippers and their crews will participate in this year's races for sailboats in seven classes, including E-boats, C-boats, M-16s, J-16s, MC, J, and X-boats. There will also be an open category for sailing craft such as Hobie Cats and O'Day sailors.
The fun regatta offers a relaxed atmosphere for families and friends, novice or experienced sailors. Observers are encouraged to attend by boat.
Additional participants are encouraged to attend and may obtain registration from vice-commodore Tom Anderson at 963-7510. The competition will begin in the morning Saturday and continue Saturday afternoon. Sunday will feature both morning and afternoon sessions.
The regatta includes beverages and dinner at the yacht club Saturday night and a Sunday awards ceremony.
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