Two games were postponed, Brantley Bell had a good night for Louisville in a win that gave the Bats their first winning streak of the year, and Alejo Lopez picked up another multi-hit game for Chattanooga.

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The Louisville Bats won 6-4. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts lost 5-4. Box Score

The Dayton Dragons were postponed.

Doubleheader on Saturday at 6:05pm ET.

The Daytona Tortugas were postponed.

Doubleheader on Saturday at 4:00pm ET.

5/29 Game Preview

Team Record Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Watch
Louisville 7-14 7:00pm Santillan Here Here Here
Chattanooga 13-9 7:15pm Greene Here Here Here
Dayton 12-9 6:05pm Davis/Salazar Here Here Here
Daytona 11-10 4:00pm Proctor/Williams Here Here N/A

9 Responses

    • RojoB

      How much longer should the Reds hold with Suárez before calling him up? Perhaps they wait until some players get back from the IL? I suppose now that so many are on the IL that Suárez has to stay put?

      • Matthew O'Neal

        I mean, I don’t think he’d be much of an offensive downgrade from Blandino/Farmer, and if he helps the defense, I don’t think it matters who is on the IL.

  1. Jim

    I still come here to read the extra articles. Wish Doug could get a grant to give everyone the daily Top 25 prospect list and what they done the previous day. Helps me keep up with who is playing and who is injured.
    We should also apply for a FEMA grant on behalf of the Reds. They look life a disaster to me.

  2. RedsKoolAidDrinker

    What kind of chance does Michael Byrne have of being an above average (but not elite, of course) bullpen piece? Is he one of those guys that will need to prove himself at every single level, now here in AA and then in AAA?

    • Doug Gray

      I think he’s a prove himself at every level kind of guy. So far he’s doing a good job of that in Double-A.

  3. MK

    Louisville started a lefty, Sanmartin and followed him with three left handed relievers before closing with Fulmer who recorded his first career save at any level.

  4. DaveCT

    Hunter Greene at 101 pitches today. 70 strikes.