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Down on the Farm

Minor League Player of the Day: Denis Phipps (Louisville Bats) – It is pretty slim pickings today for this honor.  All 4 minor league teams lost last night and no one had over 2 hits.  Phipps hit the only homerun of the night and added a single in 4 at-bats and thus wins today’s Minor League Player of the Day honors.

Pawtucket 4 – Louisville 3

Denis Phipps hit his 4th homerun of the season in the 4th inning, a solo shot that cut the Pawtucket lead down to 4-2 at the time.  Phipps also added a single.  Neftali Soto added 2 singles of his own in 4 at-bats.

Armando Galarraga fell to 2-3 on the season by allowing 4 runs on 6 hits and 4 walks in 6 innings pitched.  He struck out 3.

Chattanooga 1 – Pensacola 0

Ryan Dennick allowed only 1 run in 6 innings pitched, but his offense gave him no support and he picked up his 4th loss of the season.  The run scored on 6 hits and a walk while Dennick struck out 5.

The Blue Wahoos offense mustered just 3 hits.

High A
Stockton 3 – Bakersfield 2

Yorman Rodriguez and Marquez Smith each had a double and a single in the loss while Rodriguez added a run scored.  Juan Duran doubled in 4 at-bats and scored the other Blaze run.

James Allen dropped to 2-5 on the season after allowing 3 runs on 4 hits and 3 walks over 5 innings pitched.  He struck out 4.  James Moran and Brooks Pinckard combined to throw 4 scoreless innings of relief, allowing 3 hits and striking out 3.

Low A
West Michigan 5 – Dayton 2

Beau Amaral and Tanner Rahier had 2 singles each in 4 at-bats while Amaral scored a run.

Sal Romano gave up 4 over 5.2 innings to drop to 4-4 on the season.  The runs scored on 3 hits and 3 walks.

5 thoughts on “Down on the Farm

  1. Does anyone know if Arredondo has been walking lefties? If not, and he’s doing his usual good job against them, maybe we could bring him up as a LOOGY. Even if he does pitch with the wrong hand. The only problem would be getting Dusty to use him correctly…

    • @Eric the Red: Uh, check that….I see Arredondo is listed on the Bats roster as “suspended”. Anybody know anything about that?

  2. Benches cleared twice last night in Louisville. No punches were thrown but that may have something to do with Arredondo. He was not pitching when the scuffles happened though

  3. I haven’t been following the Reds minor league teams much, but I may be headed to the Lookouts game tonight. Who should I be looking for on the Blue Wahoos roster? All advice from wiser Reds fans most welcome…

  4. No real details from what i’ve seen except this from ctrent:

    ARREDONDO SUSPENDED: Reds Triple-A pitcher Jose Arredondo has been suspended.

    Louisville Bats manager Jim Riggleman discussed the suspension with Matt Andrews, voice of the Bats, on Saturday’s pregame show (Sports Radio 790 WKRD):

    “We have basic rules, he violated one of those rules, we decided a suspension was warranted. I talked to my bosses in Cincinnati and this is what they came up with. He’ll be away from us maybe 10 days to two weeks. He’ll be working out, in uniform, somewhere, but it will be a while.”

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