The Chattanooga Lookouts trailed 9-0 but won 10-9 on a walk-off hit, Alejo Lopez continues to just pick up hits, Lorenzo Cedrola extended his hitting streak to 11 games with a 4-hit night, Michel Triana picked up his first pro homer, and Dayton had their doubleheader suspended due to curfew.

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The Louisville Bats lost 7-6. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts won 10-9. Box Score

The Dayton Dragons

Game 1: 2-1 loss. Box Score

Game 2: Suspended after 5 innings.

In a situation you don’t see often, game two was suspended due to curfew. The doubleheader didn’t get started on time due to a rain delay. After a 2-hour delay game one began at 8:05pm. Game two didn’t begin until nearly 11pm. Minor League Baseball rules stipulate that no inning can begin after 12:50am. When that time struck the game was in the bottom of the 5th inning and therefore the 6th inning could not begin. It will resume on Saturday at 6:05pm and will be completed to the original 7-innings it was supposed to be. Dayton was leading 7-4 at the time of the stoppage. The other game will be a full 9-inning game.

The Daytona Tortugas split a doubleheader.

Game 1: 1-0 loss. Box Score

Game 2: 2-1 win. Box Score

6/26 Game Preview

Team Record Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Watch
Louisville 16-29 7:00pm Takahashi Here Here Here
Chattanooga 25-20 7:15pm Curlis Here Here Here
Dayton 26-19 6:05pm TBA/Salazar Here Here Here
Daytona 20-26 6:30pm Marinan Here Here N/A

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8 Responses

  1. John L

    For the life of me, I don’t understand how Heineman even has a job while Alejo Lopez is in Louisville being Pete Rose and Ichiro Suzuki combined

    • DX

      Why do the Reds not trade players at peak value, why do the Reds have bad farm teams yet had top ten draft picks? Why’dId the Reds sign Votto and waste his great years by not surrounding him with good players? Since 2000 how many winning seasons and playoff wins? Why do you think it will change? Great baseball town. Horrible organization

      • MK

        After they signed Votto they couldn’t afford to surround him with other players. They should have followed St.Louis’s lead and let him go rather than giving him the market value contract. They refused to learn a lesson when they kept Larkin when the owner got emotional.

      • Doug Gray

        Couldn’t or didn’t? Because the two things are very different.

        And followed St. Louis? The Cardinals offered enormous contracts to both Pujols and Jason Heyward at or above $200,000,000 and both guys decided to go sign somewhere else. The Cardinals pulled some of that old devil magic they are known for out of a hat and got bailed out by both of those players in terms of “would have paid a lot of money for not much production”.

  2. RojoB

    Nice to see Brian Rey’s name start to show up in recaps once again!

    Any specific info on adjustments he’s made, or just the assumption that something is beginning to click for him?

  3. Matthew ONeal

    Who profiles better as a future CF? Cedrola or Hopkins. Theyve split the duties in Chattanooga. Related, does either profile as a future ML contributor?