Daytona nearly threw a no-hitter but settled for a 1-hitter that ended with a Jamal O’Guinn walk-off home run, TJ Hopkins and Juniel Querecuto remained hot in Louisville as they both homered for the second consecutive night, Connor Phillips allowed just one run for Chattanooga while Elly De La Cruz picked up his 40th stolen base of the season, and Austin Hendrick crushed his 21st homer of the season and picked up a stolen base for Dayton.

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The Louisville Bats lost 7-6. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts lost 5-0. Box Score

The Dayton Dragons lost 9-5. Box Score

The Daytona Tortugas won 2-1. Box Score

9/11 Game Preview

Team Record Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Watch
Louisville 54-80 1:05pm Greene Here Here Here
Chattanooga 56-73 5:00pm TBA Here Here Here
Dayton 67-61 1:05pm Rivera Here Here Here
Daytona 54-75 5:35pm TBA Here Here N/A
ACL Reds 32-19 Season Complete Here N/A N/A
DSL Reds
24-26 Season Complete Here N/A N/A

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10 Responses

    • Doc

      Even the best of the best don’t do much about 6.5 to 7 times out of 10.

    • Mac624

      Feel like some guys are pressing for numbers. Happens with youngins. Just something that comes with maturing in that phase of the game at times.

      • MK

        I agree. Hendrick got the monkey off his back for #20 on Friday must have relaxed a little and got 21 Saturday. I also like Leo Rivas grabbing the moment and opportunity with a strong finish in Louisville.

  1. MBS

    It seems as if Phillips has adjusted to his new level. Over his last 4 start he’s got a 1.86 ERA, with 27 K’s in 19.1 IP.

    5 IP 1 ER
    4 IP 2 ER
    5 IP 0 ER
    5.1 IP 1 ER

    That’s a good sign, He’s 1 of the few AA, or higher guys that I thought would have a real good shot of joining Greene, Lodolo, and Ashcraft.

    Roa’s last 2 starts were good, as was Abbott’s last start.

    AA is packed with pitching prospects, 23 could be a big year for them. Hopefully we will see at least 1 separate themselves, and put themselves into a position to join the 24 rotation.

  2. Norwood Nate

    Like how Phillips is finishing strong. 4 runs over his last 4 starts, 19.1 IP.
    I also like how Hendrick has been hitting lately, taking walks and hitting the ball with authority. Still some things to work on, but I appreciate the trajectory his season is ending on.
    Any word on why Confidan was lifted after one AB?

  3. RedBB

    Blake Dunn’s .435 OBP is eye popping. Too bad he’s been injured most of the last 2 years (I’m assuming). Not getting younger though as he is 24 now and only at A ball.

    • Doug Gray

      Last year was going to be a short one no matter what because of when the draft was held, but he did lose a month of the limited amount of time he would have had after breaking his nose. Then this year he suffered a shoulder injury that cost him several months.

    • DaveCT

      Age 24 and in just his first full season. Also, in part, with the 21 draft also pushed back he had just 28 at bats in 11 games last year.