Daytona scored 15 runs in a double header but all of the runs came in game one, Austin Hendrick had a big night for Daytona, and Graham Ashcraft struck out nine batters in Dayton’s win.

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The Louisville Bats won 8-7. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts lost 7-6. Box Score

The Dayton Dragons won 4-2. Box Score

The Daytona Tortugas split a double header

Game 1: 15-2 win. Box Score

Game 2: 2-0 loss. Box Score

  • Rece Hinds went 1-4.
  • Allan Cerda went 1-3.
  • Austin Hendrick went 1-2 with a walk.
  • Jason Parker threw 4.0 shutout innings on 3 hits and a walk to go with 7 strikeouts.
  • Pedro Garcia threw 3.0 shutout innings on just 1 hit to go with 5 strikeouts.
  • Carson Rudd was charged with 2 unearned runs in an inning with a walk and a strikeout.

5/14 Game Preview

Team Record Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Watch
Louisville 3-5 7:05pm O’Brien Here Here Here
Chattanooga 5-4 7:35pm Curlis Here Here Here
Dayton 6-3 7:05pm Stockton Here Here Here
Daytona 5-4 7:05pm Williams Here Here N/A

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10 Responses

  1. Brent

    Are we still in small sample size mode for Alf Rod or have there been changes that are translating to better results?

    • SultanofSwaff

      Looks like a continuation of his excellent at-bats in spring training to me.

    • Doug Gray

      We’re still in a small sample size for everyone.

      That said, I feel like I did notice some changes last night and hope to actually look more in depth at some video soon to see if I’m making that up or not.

      • Melvin

        I’m looking forward to seeing what Alfrod can do. He might surprise a lot of people.

  2. SultanofSwaff

    From what little I saw of Graham Ashcraft, he seems to be another guy in the mold of Sims/Hendrix/Hembree. Hard thrower with a ton of spin. Nice to see his good outing.

  3. ClayMC

    Obviously it’s still small sample size, and obviously Alfredo won’t continue OPSing 483 points higher than his career average (or likely anywhere close to that), but it is still fun to follow. If this is a sign of a new Alfredo, I’m really interested to see where he settles in at. An OPS north of 0.700 with gold glove caliber defense would still be a welcome addition to this team if Garcia hits a wall. A 2019 David Fletcher type? Maybe Zack Cozart with less ISO? Wishful thinking, I’m sure, but that’s what following the farm is all about!

    • SteveLV

      I’ve not seen him play much at all, but I would have guessed becoming a Jose Iglesias clone is his ceiling, and would be a positive outcome. That would be pretty useful.

  4. Greg

    Went to the game Tuesday nite in Montgomery. Green was very impressive. (99-103) Almost like Miley, was on the rubber ready to pitch waiting on the batter. Byrne was also very good at a much lower MPH. Sat around 91-92. Garcia was major league ready in the field. Had 4 or 5 incredible plays. Garcia stuck out 3 times versus right handers. They started him up and in and then struck him out on sliders in the dirt. Singled versus left-hander. Not much else as far as major league prospects on this team. Catcher and second basemen might be backups.

    • Doug Gray

      Greene’s quickness to be ready to go has stood out to me this year in his two starts, too.