Robbie Tenerowicz had a walk-off 2-run single in the 10th for Chattanooga while Chuckie Robinson picked up three hits and Connor Curlis tossed 5.0 shutout frames in the Lookouts win, Elly De La Cruz had two hits for Dayton, and Jay Allen II reached base five times and stole three bags for Daytona.

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The Louisville Bats lost 10-6. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts won 5-4 in 10. Box Score

The Dayton Dragons lost 6-1. Box Score

The Daytona Tortugas lost 8-4. Box Score

5/12 Game Preview

Team Record Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Watch
Louisville 12-19 6:35pm Godley Here Here Here
Chattanooga 15-14 7:15pm Salazar Here Here Here
Dayton 20-8 7:05pm Farr Here Here Here
Daytona 13-16 6:30pm Rivera Here Here N/A

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15 Responses

  1. MK

    Bonnin had an off night and it happens to everyone eventually. Robbie Tenerowicz’s walk off was exciting ti watch. I think he would become a cult hero in Cincinnati.

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    • Matt

      He also finished strong in AA last year, and is off to a good start this year. He should go to AAA soon, and maybe find Cincinnati this year depending on how trade offs and need for position players goes.

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    • RojoB

      I was at the Lookouts game. Was surprised to see that Tenerowicz goes by “Byrd” on the scoreboard instead of Robbie. He has a very open stance, and his back foot is halfway out of the inner side of the batter’s box. With his bleached mullet he would indeed be a candidate for cult hero at GABP.

      Siani mostly popped up (his hit was a grounder up the middle) and McClain struck out swinging twice and popped/flied out the other two at bats. He was on base with a walk at the end though.

      Also got to see Luke Waddell, the SS for Mississippi who is from Loveland, Ohio. He had the most impressive presence on the field for either team. Command of the strike zone was superior.

      Familiar ex-Reds farmhand Hendrik Clementina sure punished the baseball for Mississippi.

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  2. Matt

    Motter had a great year last year in AAA, and is doing well so far in 12 games this year. Depending on India’s health, Farmer’s playing, Moose/Moran/Drury possibly on the trade block this summer, he might find a chance at consistent playing time for MLB, and could be a good find (though he is 32)

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    • MK

      Really surprised how out of shape Motter looks. With the hair and thick body he would look more at home in a Friday night slo-pitch league.

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  3. Redsvol

    Anyone know who is pitching Friday and Saturday for Chattanooga this weekend? Thinking of going if a decent prospect is pitching.

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    • Doug Gray

      The Mississippi Braves game notes have it as Salazar/McWilliams/Williamson for the next three days. But that ignores that Andrew Abbott is there and he’s got to be making one of those starts.

      Tonight Carson Spiers pitched, though I switched it to Salazar at like 430 when the Lookouts tweeted the lineup that had Salazar listed as the starter. Wish I had a better answer right this second for you.

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      • Redsvol

        Thanks Doug. Very helpful. If I can’t confirm Abbott is pitching I might just wait to catch them in Pigeon Forge next week at the Smokies stadium. I was worried that McLain might get promoted but it doesn’t seem like they will promote him super soon – seems like he still has a lot to learn at the double A level.

      • Doug Gray

        Well between the time I posted my comment and an hour later, Sam McWilliams pitched out of the bullpen for Chattanooga. That would tell me that we’re going to be seeing Abbott over the next three days. The question is – which day. At least as of right now, the Mississippi Braves are saying that Salazar is starting on Friday night (they just published their game story that mentions tomorrow’s starters). Given that Williamson started on Tuesday, he’d need normal rest, which would put him on Sunday. So my guess is that Abbott goes on Saturday.

  4. Votto4life

    Doug,
    I am new to this site. Can you briefly tell me what the expectations are for Alex McGarry? He seems to be having a terrific year so far.

    Thank you

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