Tuesday news and notes from the Reds farm system Doug Gray May 14, 2019 11 Comments The Dayton Dragons lost their game on Monday night, 3-2 to the Great Lakes Loons. But late int he game there was an outstanding play made by Reniel Ozuna in right field. ? Up against the wall. ? Over the shoulder. Reniel Ozuna still makes it look easy! ?? #Dragons20 pic.twitter.com/q0PvToRkjS — Dayton Dragons (@DragonsBaseball) May 14, 2019 He wasn’t all glove on the night, though. Reniel Ozuna also went 1-3 with a walk, triple, run scored, and he drove in a run. Hendrik Clementina keeps on rolling In the first nine games of the season for Daytona, Hendrik Clementina hit .121/.147/.152. Things were not going well. He didn’t play on April 18th or 19th before returning to the lineup on the 20th. And that’s when things started turning around for the catcher from Curacao. He went 1-3 with a double that night. And he’s been hitting well ever since. In the 16 games since he’s hit .328/.348/.531. He’s only walked twice in that stretch and struck out 11 times in 66 plate appearances. But he has shown the power we’ve become accustomed to seeing from him, crushing three home runs and four doubles in that span. Fangraphs Mock Draft: Reds still take Nick Lodolo Fangraphs has out their latest mock draft today and they haven’t changed course with the Reds pick. While they note that the team would prefer to take a college hitter, the ones they’ve been linked to are all off of the board by the time it’s their turn to select, and they will take the top arm in the country – Nick Lodolo. More and more it seems that everyone feels that the left-handed starter from TCU will be the Reds pick. There’s still three weeks left until the draft, but this is where all of the mock drafts are leaning at this point. Ibandel Isabel comes through in Chattanooga Last night the Chattanooga Lookouts and Pensacola Blue Wahoos had a double header scheduled after a rain out on Sunday. Pensacola won the first game 1-0. In the second game they were up 4-0 in the 7th and final inning. The Lookouts were trying to rally and they loaded the bases with two outs to bring Ibandel Isabel to the plate. After taking a called strike to begin the at-bat, he unloaded a grand slam to right-center to tie the game up and send it into extra- innings. Two innings later Jose Siri would single in the winning run in walk-off fashion. Share this:FacebookTwitterRedditPocket 11 Responses Michael Smith May 14, 2019 Just in case you are wondering Doug, we appreciate all your hard work a big thank you for it. Reply Mort May 14, 2019 Double what Michael said! Reply RojoBenjy May 14, 2019 +1000000 Doug Gray May 15, 2019 Thanks guys. Reply MK May 14, 2019 No better way to say thanks than with subscriptions. He can’t eat thanks. Reply Michael Smith May 14, 2019 Daughter just graduated from Wittenberg last weekend. I finally will have discretionary income again!!! Reply Justin May 14, 2019 Go Tigers! Mort May 14, 2019 I have been a subscriber for a few years (I think) and give thanks as well. Reply RojoBenjy May 15, 2019 I second the motion. Reply Wes May 14, 2019 Headed to hospital for birth of my fourth kid. Hope reds don’t ruin the night by loosing to cubs lolz Reply RojoBenjy May 15, 2019 Congrats on the birth! Sorry about the Reds loss. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.