The Louisville Bats lost on Saturday night, but it wasn’t for a lack of effort on the part of Felix Perez who remains as hot as an be, going 3-4 with a double. Over his last four games he is 10-15 (.667) with three doubles, a walk and 2 runs.  It was his third straight multiple hit game.

Pensacola outfielder Juan Duran continued his torrid run last night, going 1-2 with a walk, HBP, solo homer and scoring two runs. The outfielder is hitting .294/.333/.735 over his last 10 games with eight extra-base hits.

Reliever Drew Hayes tossed two shutout innings for the Blue Wahoos last night, continuing his strong run over the last month. Going back to the 13 of the July, the right hander has allowed just three runs in 13.1 innings pitched (2.03 ERA) with just two walks and 11 strikeouts.

Mike Dennhardt had another quality start, tossing three runs in 6.0 innings pitched with six strikeouts. It was his fourth straight quality start, spanning 27.0 innings with just seven earned runs (2.33 ERA), five walks and 19 strikeouts for Bakersfield.

Blaze infielder Juan Perez kept hitting last night, racking up another two hits and a walk in four plate appearances. In the last 10 games he’s had four multiple hit games and has hit .351/.390/.558 with six extra-base hits, six runs and three stolen bases.

Alex Blandino has made a seamless transition to the Low-A level. Last night he went 1-3 with a double, walk and a run for Dayton. He’s hitting .302/.407/.488 with the Dragons to go along with nine walks and 13 strikeouts.

Another day and another good game for Argenis Aldazoro in Billings. For the second straight day he had two hits, including a home run and three runs batted in. The first baseman/left fielder has been the hottest hitter in the Reds system for the last two weeks, hitting .425/.465/.675 in that span with four doubles, two homers, 10 runs, nine runs batted in and three steals.