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The Louisville Bats lost 7-6 in 10 innings. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts won 3-1. Box Score

The Daytona Tortugas lost 11-5. Box Score

The Dayton Dragons had the night off.

6/4 Game Preview

Team 1st half 2nd half Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Live Watch Live
Louisville 23-34 N/A 7:00pm Wooten Here Here Here
Chattanooga 31-25 N/A 7:15pm Naughton Here Here Here
Daytona 30-27 N/A 7:05pm Lillie Here Here N/A
Dayton 18-39 N/A 7:05pm Salinas
Here Here Here

10 Responses

  1. William Kubas

    Former Stanford Cardinal, Alex Blandino plays his first 2019 game in Bats’ Game 57.

    I listened to the KRD broadcast and “Welch” does the colour and does innings 3 and 4.

    Blandino leads off with a center field fly out in the 1st.

    Blandino records a putout on a 2-4 caught stealing in the 2nd inning.

    Blandino strikes a single on 5 pitches but is forced out on Colon’s 4-6-3 double play.

    Blandino records a putout on a 2-4 caught stealing in the 4th inning.

    Blandino records a putout on a 3-4 sacrifice bunt in the 5th inning (did not listen to the 5th inning)

    Blandino is taken down in the 6th inning.


  2. Matthew O'Neal

    Chattanooga should feel like it has a chance to win 80% of its games with a rotation of Naughton/Antone/Santillan/Moss. That’s a really nice crop of pitchers who, outside of Moss’ walks, are getting it done this year. The latter 3 could impact Cincinnati as soon as next season, because if it was me making decisions (luckily for Reds I’m not), I’m protecting Antone/Santillan/Moss from the Rule 5 Draft.
    Really hope Blandino rounds back out to form because that gives the Reds a back up in a pinch SS that will allow the Reds to make Trahan’s 40 man spot available.

    • Tom

      I think Blandino has the upside to be a starter in the major leagues over the next 5 to 7 years. He did a lot in AAA before getting the call up. Then he didn’t get much regular playing time to get in a rhythm. I hope he gets that shot

      • AA

        Tough to see him beating out anyone on the current Reds team for a starting spot.

    • Patrick

      Naughton/Antone/Santillan/Moss are not that “good” when you look at the league they are in. The league average era is 3.57. The Chattanooga team is one of the worst teams. 6 out of the 10 teams have eras less than 3.38. It is a pitching friendly league, MLB ERA is 4.15 for comparison.

  3. Norwood Nate

    Tejay’s been doing well this year, great line last night.

  4. AA

    Wondering when Phil Ervin gets a solid look/stay with the Reds? A couple weeks away from turning 27, he seems like a great candidate to rotate around the outfield and give a few of the guys a breather or chance to get back on track.

    • Wes

      I’m wondering if…..

      Actually writing seems on the wall he will never get that chance. They have had plenty of chances to give him a long term full time look and have passed hard everytime. Now that the reds are getting more talented, and talent is cheaper than ever to acquire, it’s hard to think ownership/management will change course anytime in the future.

  5. AirborneJayJay

    My 2019 breakout player continues to break out. The farther he puts his TJ surgery in the rearview mirror the better he gets. Another couple of months in AA and the AAA team should be on his horizon. He and Sims could make next spring training very interesting for those rotation spots that will be vacated by Roark and Wood.