Louisville 11 – Ottawa 1

Big nights for two of the Reds brightest prospects. 21 year old RHP Homer Bailey (2004-1) threw 7 innings, allowing 1 run on 4 hits, walking 2 and striking out 3. His ERA is 1.83 and his WHIP is 1.02.

23 year old LH 1B Joey Votto (2002 -2)went 3-4 with a walk and a run scored. His numbers for the year are .219/.372/.375.


Carolina 5 – Chattanooga 1

25 year old RH CF Marland Williams went 3-4 with 2 triples and and RBI, raising his numbers to .293/.328/.534.

24 year old RH DOTF fav Calvin Medlock got roughed up, giving up 3 earned runs on 4 hits in one inning of work, raising his ERA to 2.84. Opponent are still only hitting .197 off of him.

High A

Sarasota 7 – Palm Beach 1

23 year old RH 3B Mike Griffin (2005 – 14) went 2-5, scoring 2 runs on a double and a triple. On the season Griffin is hitting .291/.322/.410.

22 year old RHP Logan Ondrusek (2005 – 13)started his 3rd game for the Reds, lowering his starting ERA to 2.84 (1.95 overall). He threw 6 innings allowing 1 run on 3 hits, walking 1 and striking out three.

23 year old RHP Robert Manuel pitched 3 innings of scoreless relief, allowing 1 hit and striking out 4.

Low A

Dayton 3 – Kane County 2 (15 innings)

23 year old RH OF Gerardo Cabrera, the only position player from last year’s Dragons team, went 4-7 with a double, scoring 2 of the 3 Dragons runs and knocking in another. On the season, he’s hitting .250/.289/.361.

22 year old LH 1B Logan Parker (2006-12) went 3-7, raising his numbers to .296/.396/.358.

21 year old RHP Jordan Smith (2006-6) threw a gem, going 6 shutout innings, allowing only 3 hits and striking out 3. He lowered his ERA to 2.37.

25 year old RHP Jose Rojas threw 4 shutout innings, allowing only 2 hits while striking out 3. His ERA is 3.68 and he’s struck out 26 in 14 2/3 innings of work.

23 year old RHP Marco Mateo got the win, throwing the final 2 innings, allowing 1 hit and striking out 3 and lowering his ERA to 1.35.

In addition

John Fay reported in today’s Enquirer that 25 year old LH outfielder Chris Dickerson was promoted to Louisville. Dickerson’s numbers in ’07 are .272/.325/.351. When asked if this meant Jay Bruce (.325/.372/.595) would be a candidate to replace Dickerson in Chattanooga, Krivsky said, “Not immediately.”

6 Responses

  1. GregD

    Who is Dickerson replacing at AAA?
    Who’s playing CF in AA?
    Just seems like an oddly timed promotion.

    I didn’t realize Tyler Pelland got moved to the AA bullpen. I assume to work on his control? or is this a permanent move by the organization?

  2. Bill

    I assume Marland Williams will be playing CF at AA, Wise has been playing CF at Louisville.

    I read that about Pelland somewhere, not sure where, maybe Doug knows more?

  3. DevilsAdvocate

    Doug covered Pelland on the day that Mallett replaced him in the Chattanooga rotation. I asked him about the odd timing, given that Pelland was coming off his best start of the year, and Doug said that Krivsky was watching him for that last start…maybe he picked up on something.

    But it’s a move I’ve been wondering about for a while. Shorter outings may force him to concentrate a little more, and that has seemed to me to be his biggest hurdle.

    Early returns look really good. 2 innings last night, six strikeouts with a hit and 2 walks allowed. If the shorter outings allow him to cut loose and skyrocket his K-rate like that, and his arm adjusts to the different usage pattern, the Reds are suddenly looking at a huge asset again.

  4. Bill

    Just got an email from the Dragons, Daryl Thompson has been promoted to Sarasota, taking place on the roster is Jamie Arneson, who has been on the Dragons DL. He’ll start tonight vs Peoria.

  5. doug

    Tyrell Godwin was demoted to AA, so he will probably be playing in the Chattanooga outfield in place somewhere for Dickerson.

    DA covered about all I had to say about Pelland to the bullpen.

    Bill thanks for the Thompson update. I saw it reported somewhere else earlier, but couldn’t find anywhere that it said that.

  6. Chris

    My favorite summer activity is to follow the ups and downs of Robert Manuel.