Scores from yesterday, August 6


Norfolk 3, Louisville 2

CF Chris Denorfia went 3-4 with a double and homerun. He now has an .896 OPS which is the highest among the regulars in Louisville.

Josh Hancock had a good outting spoiled by the bullpen. Hancock went 6 strong innings, scattering 7 hits without allowing a run. The bullpen gave up 3 runs in the 8th to blow the win.


Western Tennessee 5, Chattanooga 6

25 year old and 7th round draft pick from 2001 Bobby Basham picked up his 2nd win of the year by going 6 innings, allowing 4 runs on 6 hits and walking 3. He also managed to K 5 batters. He now has a 3.16 era with 26 Ks and 7 BBs in 31.1 IP.

The Jimenez walk total tallied two more bases on balls yesterday to increase his total to 50 in 235 ABs in AA. On the year, Jimenez has 50 BBs compared to 68 hits.

High A

Sarasota 6, Lakeland 4

C Miguel Perez went 2-4 with 2 runs and an rbi. In the effort, he recorded his 11th double of the season. The 21 year old catcher is now hitting .270/.308/.351.

21 year old Calvin Medlock pitched 5 strong innings to get the win. In those 5 innings, he allowed 2 runs on 5 hits ans struckout 6. He now has 93Ks compared to 22BBs in 102.2 IP. He’s allowed 114 base runners in those 102.2 IP

Low A

Dayton 4, Kane County 15

CF Cody Strait was 1-4 with a 9th inning homerun, 2 runs scored, and 2 rbis in the game. He also added 2 stolen bases to give him 18 on the season. 1B Tonnys Gutierrez also contributed offensively with a 2-4 night 2 rbis, and his 17th double of the season.


Helena 4, Billings 2

At least Billings was able to get a hit in the 4-2 loss last night. 1B Josh Roberts had 2 of Billings’ 5 hits last night in his 2-3 night with a double and run scored. He now has an .803 OPS.

17 year old and 2nd round draft pick of this season Travis Wood made his first start for Billings. He went only 3 innings giving up 1 hit and striking out 2. He had some control problems, walking 4 batters in those 3 innings.

Gulf Coast League

GCL Twins 1, GCL Reds 5

The game went only 6.5 innings. That’s all the details of the game I could find at this time.

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One Response

  1. Jim McCullough

    Louisville loss can be pinned primarily on Allan Simpson though Brian Daubach gave up a hit that allowed the last run to score.

    The Reds are going to have to make a decision on Sardinha because there are young catchers, like Perez, waiting to move up the change.