This version will be a little abbreviated.  I’m about to make the 4 hour drive to Cincinnati to watch tonight’s ceremony and game.

Columbus 12 – Louisville 9 (final 10)

Aaron Herr and Jeff Bannon each hit homeruns fro the Bats in the loss.  Herr went 2-5 with 2 runs and 2 rbis.  Bannon went 2-4 with 2 runs and 3 runs batted in.

Jon Coutlangus pitched 2 innings of scoreless relief, walking 1 and striking out 2.  Tyler Pelland also pitched 2 scoreless innings, allowing 1 hit and striking out 3.

West Tennessee 5 – Chattanooga 2

Johnny Cueto dropped to 4-3, but pitched well.  He allowed 4 runs (2 earned) on 5 hits, 1 walk, and struck out 11.

No one had multiple hits offensively for the Lookouts.

Sarasota versus Fort Myers was postponed.

West Michigan 5 – Dayton 4

Juan Francisco had 1 of the Dragons 4 hits on the night and made it a homerun.  Francisco ended the night 1-4 with a run scored and 3 rbis.

Marcos Mateo pitched 2.1 scoreless innings in relief, allowing 1 hit while striking out 2.

Missoula 10 – Billings 2

OF Justin Reed went 2-5 with a run scored and Kevyn Feiner went 2-4 with a run scored and a double.

SP Scott Carroll had the best night for the Mustangs pitchers by going 3.1 innings, allowing 3 hits and striking out 2.  The bullpen allowed all 10 runs on 10 hits and 6 walks.

GCL Reds did not play

Apologies to RN readers for this abbreviated DOTF.  For all of the top performances, be sure to click on the box score links.  There were plenty of other notable nights, especially for the Louisville offense.  I’ll try to make up for this with some nice pictures from tonight’s honoring of Davey Concepcion!

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One Response

  1. DevilsAdvocate

    The more I look at Tyler Pelland, the more optimistic I become. My projection on him has skyrocketed since the day he was converted to a reliever, and he has also adjusted fairly quickly to Louisville. I’ve logged his stats carefully over the years, and I see a guy who is finally cutting down on walks and simultaneously letting loose to jump his strikeout rate.

    If the Reds didn’t have so many damned lefthanders clogging up their bullpen he’d be up on September 1. As it is he will apparently go to the Arizona Fall League again. Assuming continued good health he is a lock to be in the majors at some point next year.