For games played 4/6/2013
Minor League Player of the Day: 2010′s 6th round pick, Andrew Cisco, picked up his first win and continued where he left off at Billings last season. He threw 6 innings, allowing only 3 hits and a walk, while striking out 8. The run came on a solo homer.
From the Enquirer:
Last week the Reds announced some organizational news:
TODAY’S NEWS: Today the Reds named Ronnie Ortegon Major League assistant hitting coach, Ryan Jackson minor league hitting coordinator, Jim Riggleman manager at Louisville, Delino DeShields manager at Pensacola, Ken Griffey Sr. manager at Bakersfield, Jose Nieves manager at Dayton, Pat Kelly manager [...]
Some notes about David Bell leaving the Reds organization:
The Cubs did not waste any time informing players and fans that next year’s coaching staff would look a little different, by announcing after the last game of the season that Pat Listash, third base coach, would not be returning. His replacement was announced today.
From a Dayton Dragons press release:
DAYTON, OH —The Dayton Dragons announced their 2012 coaching staff today, as assigned by the Cincinnati Reds.
Manager Delino DeShields, who guided the Dragons to a franchise-record 83 victories in 2011, will return for his second season in Dayton. Hitting coach Alex Pelaez, who helped the offense to [...]
Interesting slant on the Dragons playoff series. I admit, I was no fan of Todd Benzinger when he was Dragons manager and believed ANYONE would be an improvement. But as the season moved along, I’ve become a Delino DeShields fan. He’s done a great job this season with the Dragons.
There is no bad [...]
Games Played on 04/08/11
Minor League Player of the Day: Didn’t really have a great day by anyone.
Louisville 5 – Toledo 3
Danny Dorn had 3 hits (including a double), Jeremy Hermida and Dave Sappelt both collected two to lead the Bats to their first win.
A decent outing by Redleg [...]
From today’s DDN, some interesting tidbits about Cincinnati’s low-A affiliate, the Dayton Dragons:
A feistier approach is only one way in which DeShields should stand apart from Todd Benzinger, who was not asked back by the Cincinnati Reds after two seasons. Unlike Benzinger, DeShields sees managing in Dayton as a means to an end. [...]