Louisville 9, Toledo 8 (AAA)

–23 year old starting pitcher Matt Maloney didn’t have the best game of his career as a Reds prospect, but he picked up the win after going 5 innings and giving up four earned runs. More interesting is that he struck out 10 more hitters, while walking three. Maloney’s K/BB ratio since coming over in the Kyle Lohse trade: 57/8. Nice.

–26 year old 2B Luis Bolivar hit his 1st homerun in a 2-3 night. He added 4 RBI. DH Mark Bellhorn also went 2-3 with a homer, adding a walk.

–28 y/o catcher Ryan Jorgensen, in his return to AAA, had two hits, two runs, and a walk.

Tennessee 7, Chattanooga 5 (AA)

–20 y/o SS Jose Castro (I’m sick of shortstops named J. Castro) went 4-5 and scored a run.

–23 y/o LF Daniel Dorn went 3-5 and hit his 8th homer as a Lookout. 24 y/o 2B Drew Anderson added his 11th homer.

Sarasota Reds (A+) had the night off.

Lansing 10, Dayton 5 (A)

–20 year old DH Juan Francisco and 22 y/o CF Drew Stubbs, a former first round pick, each went 2-4 with a homer.

–22 year old SS Justin Turner continued his strong season by collecting three more hits. Interesting to note that Turner and Zach Cozart switched positions last night, with Cozart moving over to play 2B, which is usually occupied by Turner.

Billings 10, Helena 3

–Our buddy Brandon Waring didn’t hit any homers tonight, but 22 y/o RF Kyle Maunus hit his 5th.

–21 y/o 2B Angel Cabrera went 3-4, scoring two runs and knocking in two more.

–21 y/o pitcher Jeremy Horst picked up the win by going three shutout innings. Horst is now 3-2 with a 3.53 ERA.

–22 y/o RF Brandon Menchaca had a good night at the plate, going 2-5 with a triple and two RBI.

GCL Reds finished the season with a dismal record of 15-41.