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Louisville: Season Complete

Pensacola: Season Complete – Southern League Champions

Daytona: Season Complete

Dayton lost 3-0. Box Score

Billings: Season Complete

AZL Reds: Season Complete

Season now complete for everyone

Team 1st half 2nd half Time (EST) Probable Box Score Listen Live Watch Live
Louisville 56-86 N/A Season Complete N/A N/A N/A
Pensacola 40-30 34-36 2017 SL Champions N/A N/A N/A
Daytona 33-32 20-48 Season Complete N/A N/A N/A
Dayton 41-29 30-40 Season Complete N/A N/A N/A
Billings 18-19 18-20 Season Complete
N/A N/A N/A
AZL Reds 22-33 N/A Season Complete N/A N/A N/A

Top 25 Prospects Daily Rundown

Rank  Player  Level Performance
1 Nick Senzel AA Season Complete.
2 Luis Castillo MLB DNP
3 Hunter Greene BIL Season Complete.
4 Sal Romano MLB DNP
5 Jesse Winker MLB/DL DNP
6 Vladimir Gutierrez A+ Season Complete.
7 Tyler Mahle MLB DNP
8 Taylor Trammell A 0-3, BB, 2K.
9 Tyler Stephenson DL Season Complete.
10 Tony Santillan A DNP
11 Shed Long AA Season Complete.
12 Jeter Downs BIL Season Complete.
13 Stuart Fairchild BIL Season Complete.
14 Jose Siri A 1-4, K.
15 Aristides Aquino AA Season Complete.
16 Jose Garcia DSL Season Complete. Did not play.
17 T.J. Friedl A+ Season Complete.
18 Gavin LaValley AA Season Complete.
19 Jimmy Herget AAA Season Complete.
20 Zack Weiss AA Season Complete
21 Ariel Hernandez MLB DNP
22 Jackson Stephens MLB DNP
23 Phillip Ervin MLB DNP
24 Alfredo Rodriguez A+ Season Complete.
25 Alex Blandino AAA Season Complete.

12 Responses

  1. DaveCT

    One of the longest days of the year …

    Both Siri and Trammell on BA Lo-A all star teams.

    Debby Santana on DSL team.

    No Senzel on either A or AA teams, but can’t be too surprised as Devers gets a boatload of ink. Glad he made the minors’ overall team.

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    • Doug Gray

      That’s where I’m confused: How did Senzel get the nod for the entire minor leagues at third, but not the nod in either league he played in when the guys who did get the nod weren’t there for the full season either – in which case that could make sense.

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      • DaveCT

        i don’t know. Sometimes BA splits the difference between guys. These are as much opinions as analysis so maybe it’s a question for JJ via their mailbag.

    • Greenfield Red

      That’s crazy about Senzel, but I think the bigger picture is that about 25 or 30 Reds minor leaguers had really good years even though the overall record was poor.

      There should be a lot of push up from the bottom because of all the really good years by those in the DSL, AZL, and Billings, and there should be a lot of pushdown by all the starting pitching at the top of the system.

      They should mostly all win next year.

      All of this is just my opinion of course.

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    • Greenfield Red

      Funny thing, Debby Santana had an amazing season for being 16 years old. However, there were several guys on the Reds two teams down there that had better years, yet none are mentioned.

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  2. wes

    Just in case anyone wants to chat a bit : )

    Took a gander at top free agent pitchers for next year-

    Dont think Reds will be in on Darvish or Arrietta….

    Next group imo is Cashner, Lynn, and Cobb and a bunch of other guys in their mid to late 30’s that dont interest me. I think Lynns going to get over 15mil per year, but I am a pretty big believer in taking division goods. Be a good step up over Cards if Reds can sign him. Cashner couldn’t get a deal last year but Reds will have to offer long term to him and he’s had a nice bounce back season. And Cobb bounced back well this year too.

    Then there’s strike throwers like Pineda and Miley out there.

    Guys to sign to minor league contracts like Latos or Bucholts

    My preference would be a minor league contract guy like Latos but if they could pull Lynn from StL I am sure the fans would be excited even if it cost 80-90 mil.

    2018/19 Free agents is suppose to be one of best markets of all time. Waiting is an option too.

    Any thoughts out there?

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    • Greenfield Red

      To me, the Reds already have 11 guys (Descafani, Bailey, Finnegan, Stephenson, Castillo, Romano, Mahle, Garrett, Davis, Lopez, and Reed) fighting for 5 spots. In the everyday players, the Reds are strong at 1b, 3b, lf, rf, C. There is competition at 2b. That leaves cf and ss. I don’t think they’re looking to upgrade cf. I think there is enough at ss to compete even if Cozart doesn’t come back until Senzel pushes Suarez there.

      So with that in mind, if they were to sign anyone, I would think it would be in the bullpen. They could use a lefty.

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    • DaveCT

      I doubt Latos will ever wear a Reds uniform again. One, he’s regressed so much. Two, the dude left a trail of bad juju behind him.

      As for signing a free agent, the best option that I would see is go low, such as a guy on a minor league deal, as you’ve mentioned. The club typically does this anyway, for AAAA depth. But I’d also throw out there we may have the candidates for that role already. Adelman comes to mind as the long relief, spot starter guy. Wojo, as well, if they keep him.

      To bring in a more established but marginal guy like Cashner would indicate the club is moving on from the young guys. I don’t think we’re even close there.

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      • MK

        Latos did burn all bridges among teammates and management, In addition to being completely ineffective in last few starts. Just hope he was smart enough to save his money.

  3. RedsinWashSt

    I for one hope the Reds don’t trade for anyone. It has taken awhile to get the minors system stocked back up to blindly throw it away for a 4 or 5 pitcher. Sometimes a FO feels the need to make a trade of some kind to let people know that they are trying. Better to do nothing sometimes.

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    • Clammy

      Depending on the 40 man roster crunch, I could see the reds packaging 2 or 3 prospects for one young close mlb ready player that would be a clear upgrade to compete as SS , CF or C. Guys like Dixon, Muella and Rookie Davis might not have spots on the 40.

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  4. MK

    Kudos to the Fort Wayne pitchers. They completely shut down Dayton. Anyone who saw the series and ever throws a Fastball to Siri and Sparks is nuts. They were made to look foolish, especially the last two games. Heard boos around the stadium which is very unusual for Dayton.

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