Daniel Wright (IL Pitcher of the Week last week.), Josh Smith, A.J. Morris, and Dayan Diaz get their turn to pitch for the big league club this week. Why not, nobody else can get the job done. Let’s see what is going on down on the farm so we’ll at least know the names of […]
The Cincinnati Reds (6-6) are coming off a tough 1-5 road trip. They will look to get back to winning baseball during a 7-game homestand. The Reds are 5-1 this season at Great American Ball Park. They will play a four game series against the first place Cubs this upcoming weekend, but first they will […]
I’m going to take a look at the Reds top level minor league depth at seasons end. Last week I covered the starting pitchers. This week we’ll look at the relievers and then the position players in subsequent weeks. This will be more of a who is closest to helping in the majors type of […]
The Reds have announced two new farmhands for next season. The Reds have obtained RH RP Kevin Shackelford and RHP Barrett Astin from the Brewers to complete the Jonathan Broxton salary dump. If you were like me and concerned that waiting so long for the two PTNL to be announced would rob you of the […]
All of the Reds minor league teams except for Billings have ended their regular season. So let’s take a look at how each team finished up. AAA Louisville Bats The Bats finished the year with a 68-75 record. They finished in last place in the International League West 10.5 games back. The Bats offense put […]
There was a rash of midseason roster movement over the last week. Let’s catch up on many of the comings and goings in the Reds organization. AAA Louisville Bats The Bats cleared some space on the AAA roster by releasing 3B Chris Nelson (.692 OPS, Age 28), SS Argenis Diaz (.604, 27), and 1B Shelley […]
The Reds are out of the gate this year with a 6-9 start that has them sitting in 4th place in the NL Central. This week let’s take a look across the minors to see how each of the Red’s full season minor league teams have fared to start the season. AAA Louisville Bats […]
Games Played on 8/29/2013
Minor League Player of the Day: Chad Rogers allowed just 3 hits over 7 innings for his second straight start. He allowed just one run, the three hits and two walks while striking out four.
Chad Rogers allowed just one run, three hits and two walks over 7 innings while striking out four. Curtis Partch and Jose Diaz combined to keep the Clippers off the board over the final two innings.
Derrick Robinson and Neftali Soto each had a pair of hits. Henry Rodriguez singled, walked and stole second base twice. Corky Miller is back with the Bats on a rehab assignment and went 1-for-2 with a walk as the team’s DH.
Billy Hamilton only reached once on a first inning single, stole 2nd and 3rd base (75th of the year) but was left stranded 90 feet from home plate.
Carlos Contreras allowed a run, 3 hits, 4 walks, hit a batter and struck out 2 in 5.1 innings. While wild in the game, the lone run he allowed came on a solo homerun. Parker Frazier (1.1 IP, 3 H, 1 BB, 1 K) surrendered the other run in the 7th inning.
Donald Lutz (2-for-4) hit a pair of doubles. Yorman Rodriguez (1-for-4) doubled and scored the only Pensacola run. Redleg Nation Spotlight Player Tucker Barnhart (1-for-4) knocked in Rodriguez and also threw out a runner trying to steal second base.
Minor League Player of the Day: Joe Jocketty (AZL Reds) – Jocketty went 1-1 with a run scored and an RBI. So why is he the player of the day? Because he reached base 5 times with 4 walks on top of his lone hit. Jocketty has only played in 9 games this season and recorded […]
Games Played on 8/18/2013 Minor League Player of the Day: Adam Matthews, 23 year old outfielder of the Billings Mustangs, went 4-4 yesterday with with 2 doubles and a triple. He scored 2 runs and drove in 3. He also collected a walk. Matthews was the Reds 19th round pick in 2012, putting together a […]
Minor League Player of the Day: Phillip Ervin (Dayton) – 2-4, HR, 2B, 1 Run, 3 RBI
Henry Rodriguez went 3-5 with a double while Nevin Ashley went 2-3with a double, walk, and scored the lone Bats run.
Greg Reynolds picked up only his 3rd loss of the season and saw his record drop to 11-3 overall on the year. Reynolds went 6 innings, allowing 3 runs on 6 hits and 3 walks while striking out 7.
Mike Cosanzo led the Blue Wahoos in the victory by going 3-4 with a triple, 2 runs scored, and an RBI. Tucker Barnhart had a single and a double in 4 at-bats. He scored a run and added an RBI.
Tim Crabbe had a good day on the mound and at the plate. Crabbe picked up the win by pitching 5 innings, allowing 2 runs on 7 hits and 2 walks. He struck out 5. At the plate, he went 1-2 with a double and 2 RBI. Loek Van Mil picked up his 8th save by pitching a scoreless 9th inning. He struck out 2.
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Games Played on 8/3/2013 Minor League Player of the Day: 22 year old Juan Silverio, went 5-5 with two doubles and his 14th homer of the season, while driving in 5 of the Blaze’s runs. Silverio, on the season is hitting .291/.308/.466. He came to the organization from the White Sox, where he’d played the […]