It was an abbreviated night all around for the Reds on Monday…

AAA

Indianapolis 7 – Louisville 6; final 15

This was a marathon!  Wilkin Castillo went 3-6 with a homerun, double, 2 rbis, and a run scored for the Bats.  Drew Sutton scored 2 runs on a 3-7 night at the plate that included a single, double, and triple.  Zack Cozart hit his 2nd homerun of the season and added a triple in a 2-7 night at the dish.  Chris Heisey only had 1 hit in 6 trips to the plate but his 1 hit was his 4th homerun of the season.

The Bats were able to tie this game up on several occasions late.  Trailing 4-2 in the 8th, the Bats managed to knot the game back up at 4-4. After watching Indy score in the 13th and 14th innings, the Bats managed to plate a run to tie the game back up.  However, the Bats were unable to match the Indy run scored in the top half of the 15th inning.

AA

Jacksonville 11 – Carolina 2

Yonder Alonso, starting at firstbase in this contest, went 2-4 with an rbi and a strikeout.  Yonder is batting .310 with a .980 OPS in his last 10 games for the Mudcats.  Brandon Yarbrough also went 2-4 and scored a run.

The pitching was bad all the way around for the Mudcats.  I guess it is worth mentioning that Mike Stanton belted 3 homeruns and drove in 7 for Jacksonville in this game.

High A and A

Both Lynchburg and Dayton had the night off on Monday.

3 Responses

  1. Bill Lack

    Valiquette kept his ERA at 0 with a perfect 9th and Jerry Gil pitched two scoreless inning for the Mudcats..

  2. Greg Dafler

    Rick Sweet sent Travis Wood back out for the 8th inning after throwing 100 pitches through 7. At the end of 7, his line was 7ip, 5h, 1bb, 7k, 2er.

    In the 8th, he faced 3 batters retiring no one – 2 singles, 1 reached on error and 2 runs scored.

  3. RiverCity Redleg

    @Greg Dafler: Wood has had some hard luck so far this year. He deserves better than the 0-3 record he’s sporting.