Louisville DNP

Chattanooga 4, West Tenn 1

24 year-old SS Paul Janish (Reds #5 – 2004) went 1 for 2 with a 2B, BB, and R.

26 year-old DH Jay Garthwaite (D’backs #14 – 2002) went 1 for 4 with a 2B, and 2 RBI.

23 year-old Tyler Pelland (Red Sox #9 – 2002) pitched 6.1 innings giving up 7 H, 3 BB, but only 1 ER. Pelland, who came over as the PTNL in the Scott Williamson deal, struck out 2. He has a 3.33 ERA with 24.1 IP, he has allowed 26 H, 11 BB, and an amazing 17 R, yet only 8 ER.

24 year-old Calvin Medlock (Reds #39 – 2002) pitched ANOTHER scoreless, hitless inning. In his last 8 appearances he has 11.2 IP, with just 2 H, 1 BB, and 14 Ks. Last year at Chattanooga, he pitched 63.2 IP with a 2.97 ERA, he gave up 54 H, 28 BB, and recorded 70 Ks.

Tampa 9, Sarasota 2

24 year-old Carlos Fisher (Reds #11 – 2005) had his first rough outing. Fisher lasted just 4 IP, giving up 8 H, 1 BB and 6 ER. His ERA jumped to 2.17.

Beloit 4, Dayton 2

21 year-old Sean Watson (Reds #2 – 2006) pitched 5 innings giving up 5 H, a BB, and 2 ER while striking out 5. He now has a 2.70 ERA with 21 H, and 3 BB with 23 Ks.

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2 Responses

  1. Bill

    I’d love to know what Medlock and Guevara have left to prove at AA..

    Our guy, Bo Lanier, had a rough 2/3 of an inning last night vs Tampa also.

  2. GregD

    I didn’t even look at the boxscore when I made that comment to realize both Guevara and Medlock pitched last night. 2.2 perfect innings combined. That runs Medlocks perfect inning streak to 4 (probably not worth noting yet), but his scoreless streak is impressive…and even more impressive is the 2 hits and 1 walk Matt noted in those almost 12 innings.

    Guevara has a scoreless streak of his own going now – 8.2 innings. In his 1.2 innings last night, he struck out 4 of the 5 batters he faced. He’s pitched more than an inning in 6 of his 9 games this year.