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DOTF – Bailey, Anderson, Gardner

Richmond 5, Louisville 1

20 year-old Homer Bailey (Reds #1 – 2004) pitched his first 6 inning game of the year. He gave up 3 R, only 1 ER, he allowed 4 H, and a BB while striking out 2. In 21.2 IP he has given up 12 H, 9 BB, and 4 ER, while striking out 13.

Carolina 6, Chattanooga 2

24 year-old 2B Drew Anderson (Reds #13 – 2004) went 1 for 3 with a solo HR.

Lakeland 4, Sarasota 1

25 year-old Richie Gardner (Reds #6 – 20030 pitched 6.2 innings giving up 1 ER, 4 H, and 2 BB. Gardner, who needs to get to Chattanooga this year, struck out 3. The California native has a 1.99 ERA with 10 K, 6 BB, and 16 H in 16 IP.

Dayton DNP

3 thoughts on “DOTF – Bailey, Anderson, Gardner

  1. AA Chattanooga reliever Calvin Medlock pitched a perfect inning. His 3rd consecutive perfect inning, and 10.2 consecutive scoreless innings. He’s on the 40 man roster. On top of what he did last year, why is he not in AAA?

  2. No room at Lullville. He can get into more of a routine and slot at Nooga. It’s not about level, but usage. He’s better off there–for now.

  3. No room? He could easily be on the depth chart ahead of Ricky Stone, Wes Wilkerson, Jason Kerschner, and Steve Kelly.

    When Krivsky says guys won’t make the ML jump from AA, it is about level. Usage at AA means he’s that much farther away from helping out the ML team.

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