Louisville 7 – Indianapolis 5

Chris Dickerson, Andy Green, and Paul Janish had 2 hits each for the Bats.  Dickerson went 2-4 with a triple, rbi, and 2 runs scored.  Green went 2-5 with a double, rbi, and run scored.  Janish had 2 hits in 4 at-bats and added a run.  Kevin Barker went 1-3 in the game, hitting his 2nd homerun of the season.

Adam Pettyjohn picked up his 2nd win of the season.  Pettyjohn pitched 5.1 innings, allowing 5 runs (3 earned) on 6 hits and a walk while striking out 1.  Jon Adkins picked up save #3 on the year by pitching 2 scoreless innings of relief.

Chattanooga 5 – Mobile 4

Tonys Gutierrez and Cody Strait each went 2-4 on the night for the Lookouts.  Each added an rbi and Strait added a double and a run to his total.  Craig Tatum went 1-1 in pinch hit duties.  The hit was a 2-rbi double in the 8th that helped break a 2-2 tie.  Tatum would also score later in the inning.

Ben Jukich received a no-decision in the start.  Jukich went 6.2 innings, allowing just 2 runs on 4 hits and 2 walks while striking out 8.  Danny Harrera improved to 3-0 in relief by pitching a scoreless 8th inning.  Pedro Viola picked up a David Weathers-esque save in the game.  Viola pitched the 9th, giving up 2 unearned runs on 3 hits while striking out 1.  The save was Viola’s first of the season.

Clearwater 7 – Sarasota 2

Justin Turner went 1-3 with a walk and a strikeout.  Turner is batting .375/.412/.469 on the season for the Reds.  Chris Valaika also went 1-3 and is now batting .325/.352/.506. 

Travis Wood picked up the loss by allowing 4 runs on 6 hits in 3 innings pitched.  He also walked 2 and struck out 5.  Juan Rafael didn’t help keep it close by allowing 3 runs on 7 hits and 2 walks in 2.1 innings of relief work. 

Cedar Rapids 7 – Dayton 2

Angel Cabrera went 2-3 with a double for the Dragons in the losing effort.  The 2 hit night raised Cabrera’s average to a poor .227 on the season.  Brett Bartles hit his first homerun of the season for the Dragons and Keltavious Jones hit homerun #2 on the season.

Tyler Rhoden allowed 1 unearned run and 3 hits in his first relief appearance of the season.  Rhoden allowed the run and hits in 1.2 innings of work. 

A simple Reds fan from a simple town. I have been a Reds fan all my life. The 1990 team was crowned Champions during my prime youth years and I grew up idolizing Chris Sabo all the way down to the flat top hair style and the #17. I have passed that love of the Reds down to my three boys who love the game and the Reds just as much as I do! Follow me on twitter @CoachWilson17

Join the conversation! 5 Comments

  1. Interesting to note that for the second night in a row, Cozart played SS for the Dragons. Frazier DH’d on Tuesday and played 3B last night, with Waring moving to 1B.

  2. Refresh my memory: Is Danny Harrera for the Lookouts the other player we received in the Hamilton trade? If so, 3-0 in relief at AA is not a bad start. He only had one bad outing, otherwise he’s been throwing up zeros.

  3. Yes, Danny H came in the Hamilton trade.

  4. I’m highly intrigued w/ Herrera — he’s like 5’7″ and 145 lbs, and left-handed, and apparently throws a screwball-like pitch.

    He gets great K rates and great groundball rates with it, which is a GREAT combination for GABP potentially…

    He’s a fascinating guy to follow b/c he’s about as far from typical as you can get. I hope he pans out!

  5. A screwballer will have an occasional bad outing, and a higher walk rate, but as a lefty specialist he could be ideal.

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About Chris Wilson

A simple Reds fan from a simple town. I have been a Reds fan all my life. The 1990 team was crowned Champions during my prime youth years and I grew up idolizing Chris Sabo all the way down to the flat top hair style and the #17. I have passed that love of the Reds down to my three boys who love the game and the Reds just as much as I do! Follow me on twitter @CoachWilson17

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