Louisville got a walk-off grand slam from Michael De Leon in extra-innings in front of 10,031 fans, Noah Davis and two relievers pitched a shutout for Dayton as they moved to 25-18, TJ Friedl homered as he continued to hit for the Bats, and Ricky Salinas picked up 8 strikeouts in a solid start for Chattanooga.

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The Louisville Bats won 9-5 in 10. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts lost 5-2. Box Score

The Dayton Dragons won 2-0. Box Score

The Daytona Tortugas lost 9-4. Box Score

6/23 Game Preview

Team Record Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Watch
Louisville 15-27 7:00pm Greene Here Here Here
Chattanooga 23-19 7:15pm TBA Here Here Here
Dayton 25-18 7:05pm TBA Here Here Here
Daytona 18-25 12:00pm Medrano Here Here N/A

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10 Responses

  1. DaveCT

    Noah Davis has my attention. Cool, cool, cool, if he breaks out. Feels it might.

  2. DaveCt

    Treana starting to hit. But how well?

    See Doug Gray, above. Hahahaha.

    Feels like there’s aways to go for Treana. But what do we know? If that’s true, above?

    He appears to be coming fast.

    That would be very cool.

    • Norwood Nate

      I was just looking at his season stats and was a little surprised he’s hit for so little power. I know the FSL saps power, but his isolated slugging percentage is very low, especially for a 1B. He’s young and it’s his first go around in full season ball after having several years off. It took Barrero a while to get going after a long layoff when he came stateside as well. I was just a little surprised.

  3. Matthew ONeal

    Ashcraft was promoted to Chattanooga, so starting for the Dragons today will be difficult.

    I wonder if the Reds are rehabbing Hoffman as a starter or gave him this start because it was a controlled environment, and will move him to the pen. Give him a chance to pitch back to back days at some point, then try and help the ailing Cincinnati bullpen.

    I’m eager to hear officially why Sanmartin was removed.

    • Doug Gray

      This is what happens when you set up the templates on Sunday for the upcoming week and don’t pay enough attention to the probables! No one ever said I wasn’t an idiot…..

  4. SultanofSwaff

    I like the idea of Hoffman (and Vlad) as the long man out of the bullpen when he’s ready and Sonny returns. Both have plus sliders that would play well in those roles.
    Santillan has the higher upside as a starter as I feel he has the more credible third pitch and the durability he’s shown can’t be discounted.

  5. Norwood Nate

    Been impressed with the season Urbaez is having, going to High A from college ball. He’s got some positional flexibility and seems to make good contact. Maybe the next Alejo Lopez?

    • DaveCT

      I’d be interested if either Urbaez or Alejo Lopez have the arm for CF. I hope Siani will hit, and Hurtebise seems like a decent CF option. But, these guys may not pan out, either.

  6. Jonathan Linn

    Did anyone read this article from the athletic regarding time spent in minors compared to MLB success? Very interesting…basically a college player needs to be in MLB within 3 years to be a productive player. High schools have more grace since they’re younger and have more time to development. Makes me think of all the conversations about how the Reds don’t push their prospects fast enough

    https://theathletic.com/2662173/2021/06/21/law-are-high-draft-picks-getting-to-the-majors-faster-than-ever?source=user-shared-article

  7. Hoyce

    Hoffman has pretty good numbers in the first inning pitched. I believe. After that, ehhhh. Not so much. Needs to be a 1 inning RP. Reds could desperately use that rn