Chattanooga picked up their first and second wins of the season in a doubleheader sweep, Sal Stewart hit a long home run for Dayton, Austin Callahan hit the first home run for the Lookouts on the season, and Adam Serwinowski dominated for a second start in a row in a Daytona shut out win.

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The Louisville Bats lost 7-5. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts swept a doubleheader

Game 1: 3-2 win. Box Score

Game 2: won 3-0. Box Score

The Dayton Dragons lost 8-5. Box Score

The Daytona Tortugas won 2-0. Box Score

4/14 Game Preview

Team Record Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Watch
Louisville 6-8 1:05pm Phillips Here Here Here
Chattanooga 2-5 2:15pm Petty Here Here Here
Dayton 4-4 2:05pm Rivera Here Here Here
Daytona 4-4 5:05pm Martinez Here Here N/A

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12 Responses

  1. Mauired

    Serwinowski makes me think of a teenage Chris Sale. It’s early but looks like the Reds have unearthed something special. He’s probably already the best lefty on the farm and might be the best prospect starting pitcher by the end of the year.

    • JaxDan

      Definitely the top LHP prospect. By year end I will say in the 10-15 range and top 5 mid 2025 season. IMHO

      • The Duke

        They call him Sally Long Balls

        Certainly a nice first couple of starts from Serwinowski

        Nice to see the Lookouts get off the schnied by sweeping a double header

        Aguiar rolling right into 2024 after his stellar 2023, could be a nice back end of the rotation piece in the not too distant future.

        Seems odd that Matt Nelson has been a far better hitter in AA (still a limited sample size with the close of last year and the start of this year) than he ever was in High A Dayton

      • MBS

        @Duke, “Aguiar rolling right into 2024 after his stellar 2023, could be a nice back end of the rotation piece in the not too distant future.“

        I’ve been thinking that for a while now. We all get hyped, and deservedly so on guys like Lowder, Petty, and Phillips that we are almost dismissing the potential contributions of Aguiar.

        @Maui, I didn’t notice Serwinowski until this offseason. I thought they were going to convert this kid to a reliever when I was looking him up. It’s obviously even better if they think he can develop into a starter.

  2. RedsGettingBetter

    Serwinowski brings new hopes as a top lefty pitching prospect. However the Reds have a nice trio of young lefties in Lodolo, Abbott and Williamson for the next years if stay healthy.
    Julian Aguiar is solid. He’s preparing his way to triple-A likely at the mid-or-end season…

  3. Michael Wilson

    Serwinowski, eight innings thus far, 12 strikeouts/one walk, 3 hits/no runs. Gotta love that.

  4. Mauired

    Serwinowski still a teen until June. He could be taking Lowders spot in Dayton if he continues dominating the way he has in the low minors. 2.72 era. 56 strikeouts in 36 innings. .145 batting average against. That’s pretty good.

  5. Mauired

    Anybody know what happened to Connor Phillips? Pulled in the 3rd. Only gave up 2 walks, 2 hits, 2 runs. So he wasn’t having a horrible game to get taken out so early. I hope he’s not hurt.

    • Doug Gray

      Eclipsed the “30 pitch” in an inning rule. The Reds pull guys at that point in the minors.

      • Mauired

        Oh wow. Better than injury I guess. Time to convert Phillips to bullpen? Seems like this has been going on for awhile.

      • Doug Gray

        He’s 22-years-old. A little early to push him to the bullpen.