Games played 06/06/08


Louisville 8 – Toledo 2

Jerry Gil goes 3 for 4 with a HR and a 2B. Drew T. Anderson goes 3 for 5 with a 2B. Chris Dickerson was 2 for 4 with a 2B and a BB. Devin Barker draws 3 BB.

Justin Mallett gets the start and the win going 6 IP giving up 2 R on 4 H and 2 BB while striking out 5. Josh Roenicke tosses two scoreless innings and Danny Herrera adds a scoreless relief inning also.


Chattanooga 8 – Tennessee 6

Dan Dorn went 4 for 6 with 2 HR. Chris Valaika was 5 for 6. Craig Tatum went 3 for 5 with a 2B. Tom Callaro goes 2 for 4 with a 3B. Shaun Cumberland went 2 for 4 with 2 BB.

Sam Lecure is the winner going 6 IP allowing a run on 3 H and 2 BB while recording 6 K. Derrik Lutz gives up 5 R without recording an out. Pedro Viola, Sean Watson, and Carlos Fisher all add a scoreless inning of relief.

High A

Sarasota 12 – Vero Beach 3

Juan Francisco went 2 for 5 with a HR and a 2B. Todd Frazier goes 2 for 5 with a HR. Carson Kainer and Jacob Long each go 2 for 4. Justin Tordi goes 2 for 3 with a 2B and 2 BB. Chris Heisey add a HR and a BB. Drew Stubbs raises his OBP to a team leading .381 (.395 SLG) by going 1 for 3 with 2 BB from the 6th spot in the order. Jose Castro and his .281 OBP is leading off. Is Dusty Baker setting their batting order too? 🙂

Scott Carroll pitches well and gets the win going 6 IP giving up 2 R on 6 H and 2 BB getting just one strikeout. Misael DeJesus tosses two inning in relief allowing a run on a solo HR and striking out 5. Ramon Geronimo records a scoreless inning of relief.

Low A

South Bend 5 – Dayton 2

Brandon Waring goes 3 for 4 with a HR. Jason Bour adds a 2B.

Josh Ravin takes the loss going 4 IP giving up 4 R, 2 ER on 2 H and 5 BB while striking out 5. Ty Rhoden adds two scoreless innings in relief. Joseph Krebs tosses a scoreless inning also.

Rookie Ball


Season begins 06/17/08.

GCL Reds

Season begins 06/19/08.

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. Bill

    Roenicke and Herrera in place of Weathers and Lincoln next year…suddenly the system looked stronger in the pitching department than it does offensively.