Miraculously, at some point in 2007 Jason Neighborgall reached Low-A South Bend. He pitched one inning…spread over 5 appearances. In his first appearance, he got current Indians catcher Carlos Santana (then with the Low-A affiliate of the Dodgers, the Great Lakes Loons) to ground out. In that one “inning” Neighborgall faced 22 total batters. He walked 12, hit 3, and gave up 12 runs. Two of his three outs were K’s, but of course one of those K’s was a wild pitch on which the runner reached so actually only one of his THREE outs made were strikeouts.