Sal Stewart went 4-4 in Dayton’s win, Chase Petty had a career high nine strikeouts in Chattanooga’s win, Livan Soto homered and drove in three in Louisville’s comeback win, Nestor Lorant’s dominance with Daytona continued as he lowered his ERA to 0.36, and Luis Reyes homered and drove in three for the ACL Reds in their win.

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The Louisville Bats won 11-4. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts won 6-2. Box Score

The Dayton Dragons won 2-1. Box Score

The Daytona Tortugas lost 4-2. Box Score

Game Notes

Ricardo Cabrera was replaced in the field when the bottom of the 3rd inning began. In the 2nd inning he made a diving attempt on a ball that got into left field, but he seemed fine the rest of the inning as he chased some foul balls. Not really sure what happened that led to him being removed.

The ACL Reds won 4-2. Box Score

  • Drew Mount (MiLB rehab) went 1-3 with a double and 2 runs.
  • Luis Leones went 1-4 with a steal and a run.
  • Luis Reyes went 1-2 with a home run (2), walk, and 3 RBI.
  • Eddy Isturiz went 2-2 with a walk, triple, 2 steals, and an RBI.
  • Connor Overton (MiLB rehab) was charged with an unearned run in 1.0 inning with a strikeout.
  • Jose Acuna (MiLB rehab) threw 2.0 shutout innings with 2 walks and a strikeout.
  • Joneiker Arellano allowed a run in 3.0 innings with 6 strikeouts.
  • Luis Morellis threw 3.0 hitless innings with a walk and 5 strikeouts.

5/15 Game Preview

Team Record Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Watch
Louisville 22-18 12:05pm Kennedy Here Here Here
Chattanooga 11-23 12:00pm Parks Here Here Here
Dayton 15-19 7:05pm Hubbart Here Here Here
Daytona 18-16 12:00pm Brutti Here Here Here
ACL Reds
3-4 OFF DAY Here N/A N/A

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14 Responses

  1. RedsGettingBetter

    Cam Collier’s slump continues , he’s gone 0-22 with no walks and 6 Ks in last 7 games…
    Chase Petty has pitched better recently but I’m concern about can’t toss more than 5 innings. He just could going thru 4 innings last season because he was coming off of an injury but this year I don’t know why this happens consistently

  2. TJ

    Connor Overton, a blast from the past. Glad to see he is in the road back.

  3. SultanofSwaff

    Good to see Williamson get off on the right foot. He was a very productive member of the rotation in the 2nd half of last year and will needed at some point.

  4. MBS

    Petty is quietly putting together a nice run. His last 4 games were 5IP per game, with a 2.69ERA.

    I know we can’t just write off his 1st 3 games, but he seems to have turned a corner. Last year he was never allowed to pitch into the 5th, so going 5 with a strong ERA is a good sign. No need to rush him, he only 68IP last year, and 98IP in 2022. Keep him in AA this year, and he gets 110 to 120 IP that will be a win.

    • MK

      They typically allow these young pitchers to increase their innings load by 25 to 30 from one year to the next. In 18 games in ’23 for 68 innings. If he starts that same 18 games at 5 innings a start that is 90 innings, an increase of 22. Pretty close to the norm.

      • MBS

        If last year was his only season in the minors, I’d be right there with you. 68 to 90 would be a good increase, but he threw 98 innings in 2022.

        Assuming that he’s healthy and not needing any special care, I think 110 – 120 seems reasonable. 25 Starts at 5 IP = 125, so it should be easy enough to limit him without drastic measures.

        Then in 2025 he could build up to 140 – 150 in AAA, and putting himself into a position to be a viable MLB starter by 2026.

  5. MK

    Faltine got ripped off. His double was a ground rule double that was originally called a home run. It looked to me like a Home Run but umpires changed the call and ruled otherwise

  6. Tony Cloninger

    Please not another diving for balls injury. This is nuts. Great night for a lot of players and I’m looking for Dunn to help the Reds this year.

    • Doug Gray

      Cabrera is in the lineup today (though the game is currently in a rain delay and hasn’t started)

  7. MK

    Victor Acosta is hitting .151, Yan Contreras .028, at Dayton. It might be time to flip-flop at least one of them with Dominic Pitelli . The two former really looked overmatched at this point.

  8. DaveCT

    Hey, Doug, FYI, the link for the ACL Reds box score has been to Daytona for a few games. Just so you know.