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Louisville won 4-0. Box Score

Pensacola won 4-3 in 10 innings. Box Score

  • Jose Siri went 1-4 with a double, walk, a steal, and a run scored.
  • Taylor Featherston went 2-4 with a triple, run scored, and he had 2 RBI.
  • Shed Long went 3-3 with 2 walks, 2 steals (15), and a double.
  • Chris Okey went 1-4 with a double.
  • Daniel Sweet went 1-4 with a run scored.
  • Vladimir Gutierrez allowed 2 runs in 6.1 innings with a walk and 4 strikeouts.
  • Alejandro Chacin threw 1.1 shutout innings with 3 walks and a strikeout.
  • Zack Weiss was charged with an unearned run in 2.1 innings with a walk and a strikeout.

Daytona won 3-2. Box Score

Dayton lost 5-2. Box Score

Billings lost 13-12 in 10 innings. Box Score

Greeneville lost 9-7. Box Score

  • Mike Siani went 2-4 with a walk, steal, and he scored 2 runs.
  • Nate Scantlin went 1-4 with 2 runs scored and he was hit by a pitch.
  • Rylan Thomas went 2-4 with 2 doubles, a walk, a run scored, and he had 3 RBI.
  • Reniel Ozuna went 2-4 with a double, a walk, and a run scored.
  • Claudio Finol went 1-3 with a walk and an RBI.
  • Josiah Gray allowed 2 earned in 4.0 innings with a walk and 4 strikeouts.

AZL Reds lost 11-2. Box Score

8/4 Game Preview

Team 1st half 2nd half Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Live Watch Live
Louisville 50-58 N/A 7:15pm Sims Here Here Here
Pensacola 30-38 29-12 7:05pm Santillan Here Here Here
Daytona 37-29 20-21 6:30pm Jordan Here Here N/A
Dayton 31-37 19-22 7:05pm McGuff Here Here Here
Billings 15-23 7-2 9:05pm Salinas Here Here Here
Greeneville 17-24 N/A 7:00pm Medrano Here Here N/A
AZL Reds 6-27 0-0 10:00pm TBA Here N/A N/A

15 Responses

  1. Keith

    I know I’m not supposed to care about pitcher wins due to advanced statistics, but Scott Moss is 13-3 with an ERA of 3.63. I like that! I’ve always been a fan of his

    • Cguy

      Well I care even less about those W/L records, but 29W & only 10L as a pro (Scott also has a playoff win) just may hint that he’s doing something right.

      • MK

        Joe Nuxhall used to say winning pitchers find a way to win. Whether the stat is valuable or not Scott keeps his team in the game and finds a way to win. His aggressiveness on the mound spreads to his teammates and they typically play good defense and are aggressive offensively.

  2. RedsKoolAidDrinker

    How long has it been since someone in the Reds farm has gotten off to the start at the plate that Rylan Thomas has with also taking into consideration where he was drafted (even if you take into consideration his signing bonus).

    • Norwood Nate

      The first guy that came to my mind in recent memory was Daniel Sweet. He was drafted in the 29th round and slashed .333/.484/.565/1.049 in 24 games with Billings. I don’t think Sweet was an overslot late signee if I remember correctly.

    • Stock

      The guy that starts like this always bring me back to is Gary Redus. He was drafted in the 15th round and in his first taste of pro ball with Billings his line was .462/.559/.787 for an OPS of 1.346. His ISO was .325. He had 62 BB and 31 K. He scored 100 runs in 68 games. He hit 17 HR and had 42 extra base hits.

      We will never see a season like this again.

    • MK

      Reminds me of another Central Florida first baseman who was a 25th round draft pick James Vasquez who was released this Spring and is now in Mexican League. James hit .359/14/HR/66 RBI for the Arizona Reds and fell just short of the Arizona League Triple Crown. Really a pretty fair comparison I think.

    • Alex Reds

      I was going to ask the exact same question. Reports on the stuff Salvador has?

  3. Norwood Nate

    Really good starts from Stephenson, Gutierrez, and Moss. Nice to see Long with a big night, he’s been in quite the funk lately. Siri is proving to me that he’s not overmatched at the AA level, which has derailed many a minor league progression. Siani is really impressing me as well with how he’s hit at Greeneville.

    • Alex Reds

      Great points. I noticed Siri and Siani as well. Siri does seem to have improved his walks and discipline a bit, looks like he’s holding his own. Wish we could say that about Alf Rod.

      Siani has much better plate discipline than I had expected for a young toolsy player.

  4. Shamrock

    $10 says Mac Sceroler winds up having a better career than Hunter Greene.

    Who’s playing?

    • RedsinWashst

      I won’t bet the money because it is to complicated and not worth the time but I do think you are wrong. Green will still have the better career.

    • Alex Reds

      Easy bet to take. Definitely Greene. Sure the injury derails his timeline, but odds are well in favor of him recovering and he’s so young, plenty of time left, even if it ends up in TJ.