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Caleb Boushley, formerly a standout pitcher at UW-La Crosse, is off to a good start with the Class A Fort Wayne TinCaps this season.

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Former UW-La Crosse pitching standout Caleb Boushley has performed well in his first two appearances for the Class A Fort Wayne TinCaps of the Midwest League.

Boushley, a 6-foot-3 right-handed reliever has pitched 4⅔ innings and allowed one earned run on one hit while striking out two and not walking a batter. Bousley's season debut was a three-inning scoreless and hitless appearance on April 10.

The TinCaps are affiliated with the San Diego Padres.

Boushley was used mostly as a starter in the rookie league last summer and had a 2-2 record and 6.03 ERA with 34 strikeouts in 37⅓ innings.

Jeren Kendall, Class A Rancho Cucamonga, Los Angeles Dodgers: Holmen graduate Jeren Kendall was assigned to the high Class A California League and has played in 10 games. He is 7-for-38 for a batting average of .184, and he has three RBI, two stolen bases and four runs scored.

Taylor Kohlwey, Class A Lake Elsinore, San Diego Padres: Holmen graduate Taylor Kohlwey is also in the California League while playing for the Lake Elsinore Storm. Kohlwey has played in four games and is 3-for-13 for a batting average of .231. He has a double, two RBI and one run scored.

Mitch Stalsberg, Detroit Tigers: Mitch Stalsberg, a standout pitcher at Viroqua High School and Winona State University, is in extended spring training with the Tigers. He is expected to move to the Connecticut Tigers of the New York-Penn League soon.

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Assistant Sports Editor

Todd Sommerfeldt has covered sports for the La Crosse Tribune since 2003 after doing the same previously in the Fox Cities and Rock County.

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