Louisville 2 – Toledo 1; final 10

Kevin Barker and Ryan Hanigan each had rbi singles and Adam Rosales went 2-4 to lead the Bats in  hits.

Ramon Ramirez pitched great, going 7 innings, allowing 1 run on 4 hits and 2 walks.  Ramirez struck out 11.  Justin Lehr pitched a perfect 10th inning to improve to 5-2 on the year.

Chattanooga 2 – Tennessee 0

The Lookouts had only 5 hits, but Sean Henry’s 10th homerun of the season was enough to give the Lookouts the win.

Ben Jukich pitched 7 scoreless innings, scattering 8 hits and striking out 7 to improve to 9-4 on the season.  He lowered his ERA to 3.37.

Dunedin 7 – Sarasota 6

Todd Frazier hit his 11th homerun of the season for the Reds (18th overall), going 2-3 with 2 runs scored and 2 rbis.  Carson Kainer went 3-4 with 2 doubles and 2 rbis.  Juan Francisco added 2 more rbis to his total, giving up 78 on the season.

Zach Stewart walked 3 and gave up a hit and a run in 1.2 innings to pick up the loss.

Fort Wayne 11 – Dayton 4

Michael McKennon went 3-3 at the dish, hitting his 5th homerun of the season.  Neftali Soto hit his 4th homer of the season for Dayton (8th overall) in the losing effort.

Daniel Guerrero gave up 7 runs on 7 hits and 2 walks in 2.2 innings pitched.

Billings 4 – Idaho Falls 2

Michael Konstanty hit his 6th homerun of the season, a 3 run blast in the first inning that gave the Mustangs the lead and win.  Tony Brown went 2-3 with a run scored and added the other rbi.

Leonardo Astorga improved to 4-1 by giving up 2 runs on 6 hits in 5 innings pitched.

GCL Pirates 9 – GCL Reds 1

The Pirates had 18 hits while the Reds had 3.  Derrick Hale had 2 of the hits, going 2-4 with a triple.

The pitching was bad.  I won’t mention any names.

 

6 Responses

  1. Bill

    Ramirez numbers are pretty great. He might be a dark horse for the Reds rotation next year…he is older (26), but that’s not old.

  2. Chad

    Why isn’t Ryan Hanigan in Cincinnati, rather than Paul Bako?

  3. brublejr

    I was wondering the same thing chad, hopefully we will be able to see what he can do in Sept. Of course it is exactly the same question as why Crappy Outerson is on the roster, but Dickerson is in L’Ville.

  4. Mike Martz

    It’s a very small world! Imagine my surprise when I picked up my morning paper and read the sports headlines today……
    Klinker promoted by Reds

    Former Madisonville resident and professional baseball player Matt Klinker was promoted to high Class A Sarasota (Fla.) …

    I’ve been following Matt’s progress through this website and had no earthly idea he played freshman highschool baseball here where I live and went to highschool. It truly is a small world. All the more reason to root for Matt.

  5. Kevin

    About Hanigan, I’ve been jonesin’ for a good catcher on the Reds for awhile now and I just noticed last week how good his numbers are. The guy is 28 though, that might be why he’s not a “prospect” but I’m sure he’ll get another chance in Sept. I don’t know if anyone else remembers but he got called up in September last year, and although he didn’t get a lot of ABs, he did pretty well. If we’re going to insist on the 3 catcher thing, there should be room for the guy.