Jake Bauers busted out of a slump in a big way for Louisville, Carson Spiers tossed a gem for Chattanooga while Michael Siani had three hits and four steals, Elly De La Cruz and Alex McGarry homered for Dayton in a heartbreaking loss, and Gus Steiger keeps on keeping on for Daytona.

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The Louisville Bats lost 6-4. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts lost 3-2. Box Score

The Dayton Dragons lost 7-3. Box Score

The Daytona Tortugas lost 4-2. Box Score

5/13 Game Preview

Team Record Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Watch
Louisville 12-20 7:05pm Wynne Here Here Here
Chattanooga 15-15 7:15pm Salazar Here Here Here
Dayton 20-9 7:05pm Phillips Here Here Here
Daytona 13-17 6:30pm Franco Here Here N/A

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16 Responses

  1. DaveCT

    Speirs again showing some big promise, even if still a sleeper.

    • Doug Gray

      There are usually a range of opinions on guys. With Spiers, the range is wide in a specific way. It’s not like there are some people who think he’s a Cy Young guy and others think he’s a AAAA guy, but there’s a decent gap in terms of what kind of pitcher he can/will be. Some think he’s definitely a starter, while others think he’s a middle reliever type. It’s always an interesting conversation.

      • DaveCT

        Yeah, like, Will his off speed stuff grow, or plateau? Can his fastball consistently tick up? And, otherwise, can he continue to get advanced and, prospectively, get ML hitters out?

  2. Matt

    I think the most impressive thing about Siani’s start is his 15 BB and 17 K line in 127 PAs.

  3. RedBB

    We need to start paying more attention to Alex McGarry. Time to move him up the MiLB chain and see if he can perform at higher levels. He’s not getting any younger…

    • Matt

      He needs to bring down that K% though. Currently at 35 Ks in 89 PA.

      • MK

        His contact has seemed to be improving as season continues. Early in season he was all or nothing and hit some shots or nothing. His average was around .235. Lately his power has remained but singles, doubles and triples have added in and average is over .300. He has also stolen a few bases. It might be time for a promotion

  4. SultanofSwaff

    Apologies for not paying attentino, but is McClain getting any starts at 2B and 3B?

    • Matt

      According to baseball reference, all of McLain’s appearances have been at SS (25 games, 23 starts) or DH (4 games)

      • MK

        Think McLain stays at short until Barrero proves he can hit at mlb level. There is one thing to say he projects to hit another to actually do it.

  5. Tom

    Jay Allen II looking to hold down CF quite well…at the plate, but how is his defense thus far?

  6. LDS

    Siani seems on pace to his best year yet (not counting the short AZFL stint). Does he make it to Louisville later this season?

    • Jim t

      LDS if his bat catches up to the rest of his game he can be very special in CF.

  7. Votto4life

    Doug, What is the outlook for Alex McGarry? He seems to be having a fine season in Dayton. Thank you

    • Doug Gray

      He’s got to be a bit more selective as he moves up the ladder. His K/BB ratio right now is rough, but he’s absolutely torching mistakes. Power is real, gonna need to continue to develop the plate discipline/pitch recognition side of things.