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Louisville was rained out. The game will not be made up.

Pensacola won 3-1. Box Score

Daytona lost 6-3. Box Score

Dayton lost 8-4. Box Score

6/11 Game Preview

Team 1st half 2nd half Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Live Watch Live
Louisville 22-36 N/A 7:00pm Bailey Here Here Here
Pensacola 26-35 0-0 8:00pm Gutierrez Here Here Here
Daytona 32-26 0-0 4:00pm Bergjans/TBA Here Here N/A
Dayton 29-32 0-0 7:00pm Rodriguez Here Here Here

7 Responses

  1. Matthew O'Neal

    I really like Jesus Reyes, the reliever. He had a 6+ ERA as a starter for the Wahoos, and a 2.3 ERA since becoming a reliever, giving up only 4 ER in 15 2/3 IP (3 of those ER came in his first relief outing, a 4 inning stint). He’s only given up a run in one of his other 9 outings.
    Also, what do we expect out of Bailey for Louisville tonight? And will Reed get to piggy back him and pick up where he leaves, or will Reed get pushed back, which in turns pushes Stephenson even more off track, which you pointed out last year he does much more poorly not on normal starter’s rest.

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    • Matthew O'Neal

      Would also like to see Mella bumped to AAA, and move Nicolino to the pen or elsewhere, as he is very likely not part of Cincinnati’s future.

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    • SultanofSwaff

      Yeah, I don’t get the plan either. We’ve got a full season of post-injury data on Bailey. If anything, he’s trending even worse than before. At this point, the only logical step is to try him in the bullpen. Of course Homer needs to quit being so hard-headed and get with the program. He’s only the umpteen millionth starter who’s had to do so. Homer, you’re not special!!!

      Reed and Stephenson are both in nice grooves working on a regular schedule, but ONCE AGAIN we’re going to sacrifice development to veteran privilege.

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  2. Kapple

    I’ll be honest with you. I really wish the Reds could just cut Bailey and pay the cost to do it.

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  3. Kap

    Man, Dilson Herrera sure is making the “2nd baseman of the future” question a bit more difficult to solve. I wonder if he can be traded or will he end up if Cincinnati at some point this year

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