Nick Lodolo looked strong in his rehab start with Louisville, Alex McGarry hit his 13th homer of the year, Elly De La Cruz stole his 18th bag of the year and hit his 13th home run for Dayton, and Tyler Callihan and Michel Triana both had a 4-hit game in Daytona’s win.

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The Louisville Bats lost 6-5. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts lost 15-3. Box Score

The Dayton Dragons lost 9-5. Box Score

The Daytona Tortugas won 11-7. Box Score

ACL Reds won 8-4. Box Score

DSL Reds lost 3-1. Box Score

6/19 Game Preview

Team Record Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Watch
Louisville 23-41 5:05pm Dugger Here Here Here
Chattanooga 31-31 2:15pm Williamson Here Here Here
Dayton 38-23 3:05pm Proctor Here Here Here
Daytona 26-35 1:00pm Franco Here Here N/A
AZL Reds 8-2 OFF DAY Here N/A N/A
DSL Reds
5-7 OFF DAY Here N/A N/A

19 Responses

  1. Stock

    I am excited about this AZL group. They are 8-2 and 7 of the 9 batters in their lineup tonight are young even by AZL standards. 7 18 year olds, 1 19 year old and 1 21 tonight.

    Better yet 4 of the 7 18 year olds have on OPS greater than 1.000

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  2. James K

    We had seats right behind home plate for the Louisville game at Durham. Yes, Lodolo looked good. I believe we were the only Louisville fans at the game. We tried not to be too obnoxious or conspicuous about it, but I think Lodolo noticed our support.

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    • MK

      So James you were obnoxious and conspicuous just not too obnoxious and conspic-uous? :) Not to hard when your team is getting beat.

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  3. Redsvol

    Yikes, the pitching organization gave up a ton of runs last night. Abbott didn’t even make it out f the first inning in Chattanooga! Hopefully just an off night.

    Anyone else think sandy Leon should have been the catcher called up and not Chris okey?

    Triani finally starting to show up. Good for him. He seems to have turned it around in June.

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    • Andrew

      You do know that the strikeout leaderboard at the MLB level for batters is littered with premium hitters? It’s part of the game today and not much denying it. There’s very few low K hitters in the game today that also have an elite hit tool. OBP and +wRc much more important than counting Ks as a stand alone explanation to future success.

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    • Redsvol

      Look at the bright side, it would have been 13 if Hendrick had played.

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      • Andrew

        Hinds had a 28% k rate last year in the minors. Obv it’s different, but theres no denying the MLB game has changed and a k rate at 30% you can tolerate. Most of these plauers are basically kids figuring it out, and doing so losing a full year of development. To me, Ellys tools are just too tantalizing to get hung up cause he strikes out 4-5 times more per 100 at bats than you would like.

  4. Matt

    Ruben Ibarra hasn’t missed a beat since joining Dayton.

    Hope Williamson has a good outing today.

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  5. MK

    Dragons are certainly choking coming down the stretch of the first half.

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    • Doug Gray

      I really, really wish baseball reference could fix their linker tool.

      When there are multiple players with the same name it’s supposed to link to the page where you get to pick the player with that name, not to one of the players…. yet it almost never works that way. Frustrating.

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    • Redsvol

      I get you. If anything, McLain should be demoted and edlc promoted to Chattanooga. I think they moved McLain too fast. Problem is they don’t demote high $ prospects anymore. They just let them languish for a season full of self doubt and stress.

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