This Week on the Farm
Minors

This Week on the Farm

This week it was Marlon Byrd being assigned to Pensacola for a rehab assignment.  Then Tony Cingrani (shoulder) and Jon Moscot (shoulder) suffered injuries that will require stays on the DL.  Let’s check out what kind of moving and shaking has happened down of the farm this week.. AAA Louisville Bats Pedro Villarreal, Carlos Contreras, … Continue reading

This Week on the Farm
Minors

This Week on the Farm

The Reds started out the week sending Devin Mesoraco and Jason Bourgeois down to Louisville on rehab assignments.  Then Brandon Phillips (groin) and Billy Hamilton (hand) promptly suffered nagging day to day injuries.  If that wasn’t enough, Zack Cozart appears to have suffered a knee injury that will most likely require a stay on the … Continue reading

This Week on the Farm
Minors

This Week on the Farm

While the Reds are in Philadelphia inventing new ways for their bullpen to blow up, we’ll check out the farm system and see if there’s anything down there to spark our interest and maybe give us some hope.  Also remember the MLB Draft takes place next week and that the players selected there will go … Continue reading

This Week on the Farm
Minors

This Week on the Farm

How time flies when we are having fun.  We are already about one third of the way through the minor league season.  Hitters are fast approaching 200 PA and SP are right about 50 IP already.  Given the Reds recent 9 game losing streak, I ‘m glad to writing a column about the minors.  Here’s … Continue reading

This Week on the Farm
Minors

This Week on the Farm

I’ve returned from vacation to warmer climates.  It’s time to catch up with what has been going on down on the Red’s farm teams over the last few weeks while I was away. AAA Louisville Bats Matt Magill, who came to the Reds from the Dodgers in the Chris Heisey trade, had season ending Tommy … Continue reading

This Week on the Farm
Minors

This Week on the Farm

Injuries and the recent changes on the big club have caused a bit of change to the top level roster.   Let’s look at roster movements and check in on a few pitchers from each of the teams. AAA Louisville Bats The Michael Lorenzen call up left an open spot in the pitching rotation.  That spot … Continue reading