In Triple-A the Bats got blown out due to a very bad 4th inning – but Alejo Lopez just keeps on raking, the Lookouts got Mark Kolozsvary back from Team USA and exploded for 16 runs in a win, Dayton had a big comeback win that included a 9th inning homer from Reniel Ozuna and a walk-off from Francisco Urbaez, and Daytona split a doubleheader.

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The Louisville Bats lost 10-2. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts won 16-3. Box Score

The Dayton Dragons won 6-5. Box Score

The Daytona Tortugas split a doubleheader

Game 1: 8-2 win. Box Score

Game 2: 3-0 loss. Box Score

  • Garrett Wolforth went 1-3.
  • Wendell Marrero went 1-3.
  • Reyny Reyes went 2-3.
  • Gus Steiger went 1-2.
  • Tanner Cooper allowed 2 runs in 4.0 innings with 2 walks and 5 strikeouts.
  • Brett Lockwood threw a perfect inning of relief.

6/10 Game Preview

Team Record Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Watch
Louisville 12-19 7:05pm Sanmartin Here Here Here
Chattanooga 18-13 7:15pm Salinas Here Here Here
Dayton 18-14 7:05pm Davis Here Here Here
Daytona 14-18 6:05pm Proctor Here Here Here

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11 Responses

  1. Melvin

    Wow. Jose B. He’s on the 40 man too. I doubt he gets the call up this time until he proves he can do it at AAA also. It would be nice to see him though.

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  2. Matthew O'Neal

    Alfredo Rodriguez seems to be normalizing. 8 games in June: 407 OPS.
    Dauri Moreta needs to be in Louisville. To see what he can do there, also so he can be called up if the Reds want him to be.
    Jose Barrero should move right with him from TN to KY.
    Yoel Yanqui has good numbers, but is riding a .364 BABIP. Is he a legit first base prospect?

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    • Billy

      I think it is time to move some guys up too. Barrero, Moreta, Greene, and Lodolo all seem to be primed for promotion to me.

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      • Matthew O'Neal

        My gut tells me that Greene and Lodolo, although they’ve carved up AA, will be down there until at least the All-Star break. Once the draft happens, we’ll see some promotions and guys will need to go places.
        On the other hand, I guess the Bats will need someone to start a couple games while Santillan or O’Brien or whoever takes Gray’s spot.

        Moreta and Barrero I think need to be in Louisville as soon as possible.

  3. Redsvol

    the catcher in Chattanooga – Mark K – is having an awesome season. He is going to be on top 100 prospect lists soon. Great find and development. Barrero is doing great – I hope we take our time with him and don’t rush it. After those two, there is a dearth of healthy hitting talent in the system. We better hope the current young hitters on the MLB roster develop because there isn’t much coming from the minors for the next 3 years. Pitching is coming but not hitting.

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    • Doug Gray

      I love what Kolozsvary is doing, but he’s not going to sniff any top 100 lists unless he finishes the season with an OPS of like 1.200. He’s currently not in a single Top 25 within the Reds organization. Earlier this week he cracked the MLB Pipeline top 30 when Ryan Hendrix lost eligibility.

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      • Matthew O'Neal

        I agree that he won’t crack the 100 unless he is absolutely playing out of his mind all year. That said, doesn’t MLB Pipeline just kinda stick someone in when someone else loses eligibility? I’m sure they have a “just missed” group outside their 30. I can’t say that for sure, but it’s just a vibe I’ve gotten over the years from seeing players move in and out of the top 30s.

      • Doug Gray

        Yes they just slide guys up. But 14 games of outstanding hitting isn’t taking a guy who was literally not a Top 30 organizational prospect to Top 100 prospect status…. unless that guy is a pitcher who also throws 110 MPH after throwing 91 for his carer prior.

    • MK

      He might get some juice with the “experts” if he dominates at the Olympics with Team USA, like he did in their qualifier tournament.

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  4. SteveO

    Kolozsvary, Morrison, AlfRod, Barrero, Lopez should be starting IF in Louisville soon. E.Robinson and Okey need to be sent down to Chattanooga. Greene, Lodolo, Moreta, Byrne, Howard and Diaz in Louisville sooner than later too.

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