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The Louisville Bats lost 2-0. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts won 4-1. Box Score

The Dayton Dragons won 4-3. Box Score

The Billings Mustangs lost 6-4. Box Score

8/31 Game Preview

Team 1st half 2nd half Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Live Watch Live
Louisville 57-80 N/A 7:05pm Gutierrez Here Here Here
Chattanooga 36-33 24-40 7:05pm Jiminian Here Here Here
Daytona 35-30 31-37 Season Complete Here Here N/A
Dayton 28-42 29-38 7:00pm Johnson
Here Here Here
Billings 15-23 21-10 9:00pm Carreno Here Here N/A
Greeneville 26-40 N/A Season Complete
Here Here N/A
AZL Reds 27-29 N/A Season Complete
Here N/A N/A

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12 Responses

  1. MK

    Descent starting pitching continues and looks as though will end the season on a positive note.

  2. Norwood Nate

    Packy with another good outing. Hope India’s ok. Always scary to take one to the head. Billings lost 3 in row as soon as we start talking playoffs.

    With seasons wrapping up, some end of season nominations:
    Minor League Pitcher: Packy Naughton
    Minor League Hitter: Aristides Aquino
    Biggest Riser: Jose Garcia
    Biggest Fall: Vladamir Gutierrez
    Biggest Surprise: Aristides Aquino
    Biggest Disappointment: Tony Santillan
    RK League Pitcher: Miguel Medrano
    RK League Hitter: Fidel Castro

    My personal Top 10:
    Lodolo, Greene, India, Stephenson, Santillan, Garcia, Siri, Siani, Fairchild, Richardson

    • RojoBenjy

      Jose Acosta deserves some recognition. What award can we create for him?

      • Norwood Nate

        I’m sure, as Doug detailed in the DSL season summary, he’ll be the DSL player of the year, if there is such a category.

        I thought about posting a “tip of the hat” category for guys having good seasons but aren’t really highly rated prospects. Acosta would fall in there, as well as Alejo Lopez, Quin Cotton, Noah Davis, Calten Daal, Narcisco Crook, etc….but it just seemed too many to list.

      • Oldtimer

        The .400 Club (?) maybe. He hit over .400 in DSL, I think.

  3. Ghettotrout1

    Hey Doug what do you see the ceiling and floor for packy?

  4. Redsvol

    I’m intrigued by Randy Wynne. I know he’s old for his level but he obviously has swing and miss stuff. I can’t recall the last Reds prospect that had multiple games with more than 10 strikeouts? I hope the front office has found the proverbial needle in the haystack here.

    • Gary

      I agree, even though he’s older it’s a great baseball story. Would love to hear more about his journey. What I found interesting is, if you look at his baseball reference, he hasn’t been a high strikeout guy until he came to the Reds organization. Kudos to reds minor league coaching.

      • RojoBenjy

        I like that they keep moving him up and he’s still successful.

    • Oldtimer

      I think Aroldis Chapman did in 2010 MiLB play. His MLB debut was 9 years ago today.

    • Cguy

      On 4/15/19 Lucas Sims struck out 10 batters in 6.0 innings for the Bats. In his next start on 4/20 he struck out 13 batters in 5.2 IP. He struck out 11 batters in a later start for Louisville. At one time Sims led the International league in K(s).

      • Redsvol

        nice point of reference Cguy. I didn’t remember Sims having that many strikeouts in Louisville. He seems to be doing fine in the bullpen so maybe that’s a strong indicator?