Games played 04/26/08

AAA

Columbus 4 – Louisville 3 (13 Innings)

Kevin Barker was 2 for 3 with a HR and a 2B. Chris Dickerson, Jolbert Cabrera, and Drew T. Anderson all chipped in with two singles each.

Tom Shearn tossed 5.2 IP allowing 3 R, 7 H, and 5 BB while recording 3 K. Danny Herrera and Jon Adkins tossed 2.1 and 2 scoreless innings of relief respectively.

AA

Chattanooga 5 – Carolina 4

B. J. Szymanski went 2 for 3 with 2 HR and a BB. Cody Strait went 2 for 4 with a 3B and a 2B. Jose Castro was 2 for 4. Michael Griffin homered.

Ramon Ramirez put up 5.2 IP giving up 4 R, 3 ER, 4 H, and 2 BB while getting 8 K. Carlos Fisher and Josh Roenicke both added an inning plus of scoreless relief.

High A

Sarasota 6 – Dunedin 4

Jason Louwsma was 3 for 4 with 2 2B. Drew Stubbs went 2 for 5 with a 3B and a 2B. Justin Turner was 2 for 5 with a 2B. Chris Valaika and Anthony Esquer both added 2 singles each.

Rafael Gonzalez started and tossed 5 IP allowing 0 R, 3 H, a BB and no K. Sean Watson got a cheap save, allowing 2 R in 1.1 IP.

Low A

Kane County 7 – Dayton 1 (Game 1 – 7 Innings)

Denis Phipps was 2 for 2. Keltavious Jones was 1 for 4 with a 2B.

Redleg Nation Spotlight player Matt Klinker got the start and went 4 IP allowing 5 R, on 5 H and 2 BB. He struck out 3 while giving up 2 HR for the loss.

Dayton 7 – Kane County 5 (Game 2 – 7 Innings)

Jacob Long went 2 for 4 with a 2B. Brett Bartles and Zack Cozart both added 2 singles each. Todd Frazier doubled and walked.

Enerio Del Rosario started and went 3.1 IP giving up 1 R, 3 H, and a BB while recording 4 K. Raymond Jeffords got the win tossing 2.1 IP of scoreless relief. Joeseph Krebs added 1.1 IP of scoreless relief for the save.

About The Author

Tom Diesman is a Cincinnati area native and grew up in Northern Kentucky and Clermont County. He currently resides in central Indiana. Tom makes his living doing UNIX System and Storage Administration. He fell in love with baseball and the Cincinnati Reds during the Big Red Machine era, and Johnny Bench is his all-time favorite Reds player. Tom is still an avid follower of the Reds, and longs for the organization to bring winning baseball back to Cincinnati.

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One Response

  1. matt klinker

    Well, not my best stuff ever. Hopefully I’ll get everything back on track for my next start. On a side note, Montano looked great again today to win the series.