TJ Friedl hit a go-ahead homer in Louisville’s win, Leonardo Rivas homered and reached base three times in Chattanooga’s victory, Allan Cerda hit his 13th homer of the year for Dayton, Daytona’s pitching staff allowed two runs while striking out 24 batters in 14.0 innings in their doubleheader, and the DSL Reds had a hit-parade in their win on Saturday afternoon.

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The Louisville Bats won 2-1. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts won 8-6. Box Score

The Dayton Dragons lost 17-2. Box Score

The Daytona Tortugas split a doubleheader

Game 1: 2-0 loss. Box Score

Game 2: 4-0 win. Box Score

ACL Reds had their game suspended

Lightning came through in the 2nd inning. No make up date announced yet.

DSL Reds won 9-5. Box Score

6/26 Game Preview

Team Record Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Watch
Louisville 26-44 1:05pm McGuire Here Here Here
Chattanooga 34-34 2:00pm Curlis Here Here Here
Dayton 40-28 1:05pm Dunn Here Here Here
Daytona 30-37 5:35pm Cardona Here Here N/A
AZL Reds 10-4 OFF DAY Here N/A N/A
DSL Reds
8-8 OFF DAY Here N/A N/A

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11 Responses

  1. Greenfield Red

    Through Friday games, Barrero, De La Cruz, McClain, Allen, Hinds, Hendrick, I Johnson, and Cerda have struck out 566 times in 1429 ABs this season. That’s 39.6% for the most important everyday prospects in the organization. The rebuild is doomed if this doesn’t improve drastically.

    There are a couple of these guys playing above their age. A couple more are coming off injury that could effect their strike outs. A couple more have improved somewhat after terrible starts to the year. And I did not mention Tyler Callihan or Torrez both of whom are good prospects and do not have terrible strike out numbers.

    I did not include Friedl or Lopez, both of whom have been in Cincy. However, both appear to be career role players at best.

    I also did not include those playing short season ball in Doug’s top 25.

    Despite the above caveats, something has to change or this will be another failed rebuild.

    • MK

      I believe the message is being sent that hey need to adjust their approach with two strikes but they just are not doing it. On Dragons, Quintana is the best at putting something in play when necessary but for most they have the gas pedal floored on every swing.

    • Redsvol

      I agree greenfield. But I also think we are going to need to be more patient. Most of these guys are high school or international free agents from the previous 3 or 4 drafts. It takes many years to develop into a player that can hit high level professional pitching.

      I think Barrero is ready enough to learn at the major league level. The others are at least 1-2 years away. If in 2 years they strike out at this level then we have a problem. Right now, they need health and as many at bats as possible. Hinds will never make it if he can only manage 150 at bats a year. It’s just not enough development.

    • Tom

      Cincy’s offense hasn’t been top tier since really the Griffey Dunn Kearns days. We all tend to be satisfied enough with the offense but we need more more more than one would expect. Bakers teams were really excellent pitching teams. When will a top 5 offense reappear in GABP?

    • Peter John Sheen

      So you don’t consider Sinai to be an important everyday prospect?

      Or was he not included to make the numbers look worse?

  2. Bdh

    Really hoping for a good outing from Dunn today. I think he’ll be a quality addition to the rotation and everyone has been overlooking him when talking about the future of the roster.

  3. Matt

    Two straight days out of the lineup for McLain.

    Jamal O’Guinn is quietly having a pretty decent year for Daytona.


    Not much excited about so far.
    But do like cruz has walked 7 times in last 10 games.
    Did k 11 times, but only walked 19 times total all year.
    Mayb some signs for the Young fella hopefully.