Minor League Game Review – 6/10/14 Doug Gray June 10, 2014 10 Comments Louisville lost 4-3 in 10 innings. Box Score Ruben Gotay went 2-5 with an RBI. Thomas Neal went 2-4 with a double and a run. Neftali Soto went 1-4 with a double, walk, RBI and a run. Chris Nelson went 2-5. Felix Perez went 1-2 with an RBI. Kristopher Negron went 1-3 with a walk, steal and a run. Brett Marshall (rehab) threw 2.1 shutout innings with 3 walks and a strikeout. Tim Crabbe allowed a run in 2.2 innings with 4 strikeouts. Ryan Dennick threw a hitless inning with a walk. Jumbo Diaz threw 2 shutout innings with 2 strikeouts. Game Notes The Bats scored single runs in the first and third to take a 2-0 lead, but Pawtucket got on the board with a run of their own in the fourth. After a scoreless fifth Louisville scored another run in the sixth to jump ahead 3-1. The Red Sox scored two runs in the seventh inning to tie the game up and the score stayed that way until the tenth inning. The bottom of the tenth was rough for Carlos Marmol as he allowed a single, then threw a wild pitch, intentionally walked a hitter, threw another wild pitch, unintentionally walked a hitter and gave up a sac fly that ended the game. Pensacola had the day off. Bakersfield had the day off. Dayton was postponed. Double header on Wednesday. 6/10 Game Preview Team 1st half 2nd half Time (EST) Probable Box Score Listen Live Watch Live Louisville 32-34 N/A 7:05pm Holmberg Here Here Here Pensacola 29-36 N/A 8:05pm Corcino Here Here Here Bakersfield 42-24 N/A 10:45pm Cisco Here Here N/A Dayton 32-30 N/A 5:30pm Garrett/Romero Here Here Here 10 Responses Mongo June 11, 2014 Mongo watch game. Negron error on simple double play was a killer. Carlos Marmol just as advertised. Mongo rename him Miley Cyrus, because he a total greasefire. Jeff June 11, 2014 Nice! Dave June 11, 2014 Doug, you should be honored to have a character from Blazing Saddles as a follower of your site. Shchi June 11, 2014 Today is good day today to take in some MiBL. Holmerg is back on the on the mound for the Bats after 2 stints (6+ weeks) out of action. The Bats (and Reds) could use Holmberg back in form from last season. Corcino is on the mound for the Blue Wahoos with impressive outings in 4 consecutive and 5 of his last 6 outings. I’m especially interested in the Dragons’ doubleheader with Garrett and Travieso pitching. I’m looking for Garrett to begin establishing some consistency and Travieso to begin another streak of dominant outings after a few layman performances. terry m June 11, 2014 On the radio I thought I heard that Travieso would miss this start and that they were bringing up a pitcher from est to take this start. Travieso had a minor injury nothing serious Red Thunder June 11, 2014 Franderlyn Romero Shchi June 11, 2014 Kris Negron’s error yesterday was unforunate, but Negron has really improved his defense at SS over e past 2 seasons and has been prticularly outstanding this season. At 28, Negron may finay be playing himself into consideration for a utility IF/OF role on a major league squad with his improved SS defense and newfound production at the plate. Marmol’s performance yesterday was simply pathetic. Dave June 11, 2014 Marmol has been placed on restricted list by Reds according to MLB TradeRumors.com DaveCT June 11, 2014 It’s hard not to root for Corcino. He’s been with us for awhile, imagined himself as the next Cueto, and as I believe MK has eluded to, has lots of energy. As an udrafted Latino kid, it is also good for the club to have success stories. Was reading Ben Badler of BA yesterday on Venezuelen ss’s and there were a number of good field/light hitting kids. But there was a 6’1 kid (whose name eludes me) that sounded intriguing. Time for a Davey Concepcion assignment. Doug, any good tidbits on the Reds’ July 2 possibilities? Doug Gray June 11, 2014 The Reds haven’t been linked to any big names.