Games played 05/10/08

AAA

Louisville 10 – Richmond 7

Jolbert Cabrera went 3 for 5 with 3B. Andy Green was 3 for 5 with two 2B. Jay Bruce an Paul Janish both went 2 for 4 with a HR. Andy Phillips was 2 for 5 with a 2B.

Homer Bailey got roughed up going 4.1 IP allowing 7 R, 6 ER, 11 H, and 2 BB while striking out just one batter. Danny Herrera, Gary Majewski, and Jon Adkins all pitched scoreless relief.

AA

Chattanooga 1 – Carolina 0

B. J. Szymanski, .281/.322/.500/.822 continues his push to arise from suspect to prospect at AA by going 2 for 4 with a 2B. Craig Tatum tripled to knock Szymanski in for the games lone run.

Sam Lecure gets the start and the win going 5 IP giving up 0 R on 6 H and 2 BB while recording 7 K. Derrik Lutz, Carlos Fisher, and Josh Roenicke were unscored on in their releif appearances.

High A

Sarasota 5 – Daytona 1

Juan Francisco went 4 for 4 with 2 2B. Todd Frazier went 3 for 4 with a HR and a 2B. Justin Turner went 2 for 4 with a 2B. Chris Heisey also 2B.

Jordan Smith gets the win going 8.2 IP giving up 1 R on 5 H and no walks while striking out 4 batters. Sean Watson recorded the final out of the game with a strikeout.

Low A

Dayton 7 – Great Lakes 6 (7 Innings, DH Game 1)

Redlegnation Spotlight Player Logan Parker hit a grand slam HR in the first inning. Keltavious Jones was 2 for 2 with 2 BB. Denis Phipps was 2 for 4.

Luis Montano gets the win going 5 IP giving up 5 R, 8 H, and 3 BB while striking out 2. Jeremy Horst gave up a run in 1.2 IP of relief giving up no hits and walking 3 batters. Joseph Krebs gets the save going .1 IP giving up a hit and retiring the final out of the game.

Great Lakes 5 – Dayton 2 (7 Innings, DH Game 2)

Brandon Menchaca and Denis Phipps were both 2 for 4 with a 2B. Brandon Waring was also 2 for 4.

Scott Carroll takes the loss after letting a 2 – 1 Dragons lead slip away in the final inning. He went 6.2 IP allowing 3 R on 6 H and a BB getting 4 K. Joeseph Krebs pitches in both games of the DH, allowing 2 R without recording an out in this game. Terrel Young strikes out the final batter in his .1 IP outing.