Jhonny Pedera had two doubles for Louisville, Tyler Callihan had another big day for Chattanooga, Ruben Ibarra and Sal Stewart both had three hits that included a homer while Chris McElvain threw six innings in Dayton’s win, and Ethan O’Donnell had four hits for Daytona.

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The Louisville Bats lost 11-3. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts lost 7-6. Box Score

The Dayton Dragons won 10-4. Box Score

The Daytona Tortugas lost 11-7. Box Score

9/6 Game Preview

Team Record Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Watch
Louisville 68-63 6:35pm Wynne Here Here Here
Chattanooga 68-58 7:35pm TBA Here Here Here
Dayton 65-62 7:05pm Acuna Here Here Here
Daytona 54-70 2:10pm Fransen Here Here Here
ACL Reds 28-28 Season Complete Here N/A N/A
DSL Reds 28-26 Season Complete Here N/A N/A

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14 Responses

  1. DW

    Joe Boyle’s most recent start for the AAA Las Vegas Aviators (Sept 2nd):
    6IP 2H 2R 1ER 2BB 6K 0HBP
    96 Pitches

    • Andrew

      Sam Moll run as a Red
      15 games pitched, 1-0, 15 innings, 1.20 ERA, 16/5 kk/BB, ERA+ of 391!!, FIP 2.99, slash line allowed of .185/.254/.278

      Time to get over the Boyle trade, DW.

      • DW

        Moll is doing a great job. I’m not saying it is a bad trade, even though I did (and do still) disagree with the move. I just want to keep track of it and thought others might want to as well. I think it is kind of fun to keep track of some of these trades and see how they work out. Hopefully you can find a way to just ignore it in the future.

    • RedBB

      Start Previous to that..
      4IP 2H 3R 2ER 4BB 8SO

      Sam Moll since trade
      1.20ERA 1.000WHIP 0.7bWAR

      • DW

        I did post the numbers from that start as well in a previous comments section.

  2. kevin

    At this point, it seems more notable when Blake Dunn doesn’t get two hits. Amazing season from him.

    • RedBB

      Hurtubise too…his OBP is crazy. Almost .500 this year and well over .400 for his career.

  3. wolfcycle

    Ethan O is raking, understandably older for level of comp, but, he is still getting it done.

    • DaveCT

      I really like this draft pick. Plus he projects as capable of sticking in CF.

      For comparison, 22 draftee Justin Boyd picked in the 2nd round does not project nearly as well as O’Donnell, taken in the 6th round

  4. Andrew


    anyone who wants to track a former player can pretty easily in 3 clicks or less land in Boyles game log at Baseball Reference. I doubt they need you posting, belatedly, his stat line from a meaningless minor league game in another organization. If people actually cared, Doug would probably run offseason articles on previously traded Reds farmhands and updates on how there doing…but he doesn’t, because people don’t really care…just saying what others are thinking (and commenting here)

    • MBS

      @Andrew, we all have our own things we want to put out there, just skip over it if you don’t want to read a comment. I know my comments have people shaking their heads sometimes, but I also shake my head at other peoples comments too.

    • LarkinPhillips

      @DW I like you posting it. Keeps the conversation open and will be interested to see where we land on it in the end.