Louisville split a doubleheader on the backs of rehabbing Max Schrock and Jose Barrero, Chuckie Robinson and Robbie Tenerowicz had big nights at the plate for Chattanooga, Elly De La Cruz and Austin Hendrick homered in Dayton’s win, and Ruben Ibarra hit a long homer down in Daytona.

If you are interested in getting emailed every day during the season with additional game notes and a rundown on how the Cincinnati Reds Top 25 Prospects performed (along with other perks) you can sign up to support the site through Patreon and get all of that for a few bucks a month. If that’s something that sounds interesting you can get more information here.

The Louisville Bats split a doubleheader

Game 1: 3-0 win. Box Score

Game 2: 5-1 loss. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts lost 8-7. Box Score

The Dayton Dragons won 3-2. Box Score

The Daytona Tortugas lost a doubleheader

Game 1: 6-5 loss. Box Score

Game 2: 8-4 loss. Box Score

  • Jamal O’Guinn went 1-4 with a double, run, and an RBI.
  • Ruben Ibarra went 1-3 with a 2-run home run (4).
  • Michel Triana went 2-3 with a run.
  • Wilfred Astudillo went 1-3.
  • Ilvin Fernandez went 2-2 with a walk.
  • Owen Holt threw 2.0 shutout innings with 2 walks and 2 strikeouts.

5/29 Game Preview

Team Record Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Watch
Louisville 17-29 6:05pm Dugger Here Here Here
Chattanooga 24-20 2:15pm Spiers Here Here Here
Dayton 30-13 6:00pm Proctor Here Here Here
Daytona 18-26 5:35pm Johnson Here Here N/A

12 Responses

  1. Bdh

    Schrock comes back and immediately picks up where he was in spring. Can’t believe he’s playing rehab games before Solano

    • MK

      Have to believe Solano’s injury is much more significant than we were first led to believe. Hen doesn’t have a Senzel-like injury history which would force him to miss a significant amount of time each season.

  2. Matt

    Schrock and Barrero should take Reynolds and Lopez active roster spots. After that it will be interesting who gets sent packing when India finally returns. Probably Aquino, again. Or Almora if he returns to his usual hitting ways.

    Lots of Reds minor leaguers who are chomping for a promotion. Tenerowicz, Gilliam, Dunn (college guy), O’Guinn, Ibarra (if he keeps hitting like he has in May).

  3. Redsvol

    Thing I like about this year is there is a real prospect pitching in the minors for us almost every night. Last night it was roa, marinan, and petty. It wasn’t long ago when we would have to go several nights before a key pitching prospect was throwing.

    All 3 pitched fairly well. Roa is obviously on a strict pitch count and did walk too many. Marinan and petty both had solid results. It seems they are being extremely careful with petty and I agree with it. He is 19 and pitching in the Gloria state league. That’s a big jump from high school last year.

  4. Doc

    I think the link to the Tortugas game 1 box score is actually linked to the Louisville Bats box score. Tried it multiple times with same result.

  5. kevinz

    Pitching Pitching Pitching.
    Love to have it, as much as you can.
    Nice to have it once all young Position players arrive.
    Less Pressure to score so many runs.

  6. MK

    Know we talk a lot about the success of the young pitchers but it was good to see a couple guys who have not been too good this year having some success in Sanmartin and Marinan yesterday.

    Sanmartin looked like his command was back to 2021 form yesterday and Marinan for the second time in 2022 looked much better in relief than as a starter.

  7. SteveO

    What did the Reds get for Riddle? Cash? PTBNL? I’m thinking probably cash. McGuire, 5 ER in 4.1 innings. I’d rather see Williamson and Abbott get promoted than continuing to sign released pitchers from other teams. Very important developmental innings going to waste. Farmer and Zimmer also taking up innings that could go to a number of relievers at Chattanooga.

    • DaveCT

      I think the McGuire and Nicolino signings are nothing but stopgap. I don’t know where the common wisdom is today, but there is the thought to get pitchers around the league a couple times to let the hitters catch up to them, then see how these kids do after hitters adjust. But with all the metrics now, that may no longer be necessary. Either way, I don’t see Williamson and Abbott sticking around too, too long in AA providing they are still as effective. Plus AA hitters are a good test.