Pollok top reliever in June
By Rudy Coggins
Published in Sports on July 7, 2004 1:57 PM
WINSTON-SALEM -- Dwayne Pollok of the Winston-Salem Warthogs is the Carolina League winner of the Rolaids Relief Man competition for June, compiling 20 points on 6 saves and a 1-0 record.
Pollok is a Chicago White Sox farmhand. Pollok led the Carolina League with 16 saves heading into Tuesday's game against Kinston. Pollok was a 27th round pick by the White Sox out of Texas A&M in 2003.
The point leader among relief pitchers each month (through August) in all of Minor League Baseball's domestic leagues will be presented certificates. In the Rolaids Relief Man program, a pitcher gets three points for each save, two points for each relief win, while losing two points for each relief loss.
There are also awards based on the full season.
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