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Louisville lost 2-1. Box Score

Pensacola won 9-3, lost 1-0 in a double header.

Game 1: 9-3 win. Box Score

  • Tyler Goeddel went 1-3 with a double, walk and a run.
  • Josh VanMeter went 1-3 with a walk and a run.
  • Gabby Guerrero went 1-4 with a run and an RBI.
  • Aristides Aquino went 2-4 with a run and 2 RBI.
  • Angelo Gumbs went 1-3 with a walk and 2 runs.
  • Alex Blandino went 1-4 with a 3-run home run (5).
  • Adrian Nieto went 3-4 with a solo home runs (3).
  • Blake Trahan went 1-3 with a walk, double and 2 RBI.
  • Brandon Finnegan (rehab) threw 4.0 shutout innings with just 1 hit allowed and 4 strikeouts.
  • Ariel Hernandez threw a hitless inning with 2 walks.

Game 2: 1-0 loss. Box Score

  • Blake Trahan went 1-2 with a walk.
  • Angelo Gumbs went 1-3.
  • Leon Landry went 2-3.
  • Alberti Chavez went 1-3 with a double.
  • Tyler Mahle allowed a run in 3.0 innings with 3 strikeouts. This was a scheduled short start so he can pitch in the All-Star game.
  • Jose Lopez threw 3.0 shutout innings with 3 strikeouts.

Daytona is off for the All-Star break

Dayton won 4-1. Box Score

6/17 Game Preview

Team 1st half 2nd half Time (EST) Probable Box Score Listen Live Watch Live
Louisville 26-40 N/A 7:05pm Romano Here Here Here
Pensacola 40-28 N/A 6:05pm McGuire Here Here Here
Daytona 32-29 N/A OFF OFF Here Here N/A
Dayton 41-27 N/A 7:05pm Romero Here Here Here

Top 25 Prospects Daily Rundown

Rank Player Level Performance
1 Nick Senzel A+ DNP
2 Jesse Winker AAA 2-4, 2B, RBI, K.
3 Robert Stephenson AAA DNP
4 Amir Garrett MLB DNP
5 Sal Romano AAA DNP
6 Taylor Trammell A 0-2, BB, RBI, K.
7 Aristides Aquino AA 2-4, run, 2 RBI.
8 Vladimir Gutierrez A+ DNP
9 Luis Castillo AA DNP
10 Tony Santillan A DNP
11 Nick Travieso DL DNP
12 Chris Okey A+ DNP
13 Tyler Mahle AA 3IP, 4H, 1ER, 0BB, 3K.
14 Tyler Stephenson A 1-4, 2B, RBI, 2K.
15 Phillip Ervin AAA 0-4.
16 Ian Kahaloa Susp DNP
17 Shed Long A+ DNP
18 Keury Mella AA DNP
19 Austin Brice MLB DNP
20 Jimmy Herget AA DNP
21 T.J. Friedl A 1-5, run, 2K.
22 Alfredo Rodriguez A+ DNP
23 Zack Weiss A+ DNP
24 Ariel Hernandez AA 1IP, 0H, 0ER, 2BB.
25 Michael Beltre A DNP

20 Responses

  1. simon cowell

    Phil Ervin is having a terrible season. If he remains at AAA there is no justice left in the world.

    • MikeinSoCal

      Ervin’s avg is down, strikeouts up. If the Reds needed an OF would they call up Ervin, Sweeney, or utility player?

    • Doug Gray

      He’s certainly not having a good season, but you’re a bit strong with no justice left in the world over one bad half of baseball.

    • DaveCT

      As a guy who has continually struggled with breaking stuff away, Ervin’s AAA time must seem like a chamber of horrors. Given his history of being decent, I’d wager he has the entire season at AAA to make adjustments, though I can’t see him doing it there if not at AA or A ball. But it can be summed up in one word, to quote Joaquin Andujar, “youneverknow.”

  2. Clammy

    In AAA, Sweeney has played well since being acquired. Seems like the perfect 25th player on a roster. He’s fast and can play multiple positions. With Mesoraco seemingly back to 100%, I can’t see Stuart Turner getting back on the ML team. Brantley is having a good year and offers more roster flexibility than a Rule V guy.

    • DaveCT

      After Cabrera’s defense last year, I’d have to think they’d only be willing to swap out Turner for Brantley if the latter’ defense was average or better. I agree with the thinking, however.

    • CP

      Reds have been talking like they are going to do what they can to keep Turner…

      • MK

        One option could be whether a contender needs a catcher at the deadline. I would think they might pay well for a catcher of Barnhart’s abilities. Do not think the Reds will want to expend a lot more money at the catcher’s position with what they are paying Mez and what Tucker can get at arbitration.

  3. MK

    Moss was absolutely nasty last night. What was even better was it was a pressure situation with Dragons being fairly mediocre the last couple weeks and absolutely needing a win in the race for a playoff spot which they clinched last night. The good ones step up in big situations and Moss stepped up big. His eleven Ks was a new career high. Seems he has to move into higher prospect rankings.

    • Doug Gray

      He’s certainly improved his stock. Just the innings alone has helped that out, but what he’s been able to do in those innings has been just as, if not more impressive.

    • Alex Reds

      Scott Mossback with a huge game, 6.2 innings, 2 hits, AND 0 walks. Just 11 strikeouts though.

  4. Steve

    Congrats to Pensacola and Dayton for clinching playoff spots. Daytona also still has a chance. 2 draftees signed. C’mon guys, put the ink to the paper and let’s get to working. We should be fielding very competitive teams at both Billings and Arizona. Will Downs and Case be the new middle infield of the future? Or do they both play SS to begin their careers? Greene P/DH to begin career? Will Fairchild be as good or better than Friedl? How will the college arms compare to last year’s group, who are mainly with the playoff clinching Dayton team?

    • Doug Gray

      I’m sure there’s probably 10-15 guys signed, but I only know for a fact that two of them are. I know of several others that were flying into Arizona yesterday, but don’t know if they passed physicals and such.

      • Steve

        Yeah, I’m sure more info should be trickling out this weekend as Billings is starting their season on Monday.

  5. simon cowell

    Surely Morris is now considered a top 25 prospect for the Reds?

      • Alex Reds

        Just put together a quick top prospects list off the top of my mind – Scott Moss makes top 25 IMO. I look forward to seeing Doug’s top 25 in July!

        Hunter Greene
        Nick Senzel
        Amir Garrett (likely not eligible)
        Tyler Mahle
        Taylor Trammell
        Jesse Winker
        Luis Castillo
        Robert Stephenson (likely not eligible)
        Shed Long
        Tyler Stephenson
        Sal Romano
        Vladimir Gutierrez
        Jose Garcia
        Scott Moss
        Tony Santillan
        Austin Brice
        TJ Friedl
        Stuart Fairchild
        Jeter Downs
        Ariel Hernandez
        Rookie Davis
        Nick Travieso
        Wennington Romero
        Jose Lopez
        Gavin LaValley
        Aristides Aquino
        Tyler Goeddel
        Alfredo Rodriguez
        Calten Daal
        Philip Ervin

  6. Coooop

    Fsl Asg. Tortuga offense. Shed long into lavalley deep twice! Lol. Then Okey dokey sac fly! 7th inning.