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The Louisville Bats lost 3-1. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts lost 7-5. Box Score

The Daytona Tortugas had the day off.

The Dayton Dragons had the day off.

The Billings Mustangs won 10-7. Box Score

The Greeneville Reds had the day off.

The AZL Reds had the day off.

6/25 Game Preview

Team 1st half 2nd half Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Live Watch Live
Louisville 28-48 N/A 7:05pm Antone Here Here Here
Chattanooga 36-33 3-2 7:15pm Santillan Here Here Here
Daytona 35-30 3-4 7:05pm Sceroler Here Here N/A
Dayton 28-42 2-2 7:05pm De Jesus
Here Here Here
Billings 2-8 N/A 9:05pm Lodolo
Here Here Here
Greeneville 3-3 N/A 6:30pm Noriega
Here Here N/A
AZL Reds 3-3 N/A 9:00pm TBA
Here N/A N/A

23 Responses

  1. The Duke

    Excited to see how Lodolo does tonight. Wonder if they have him go 2 or 3 IP. Hopefully not 1 again, but I wouldn’t be overly shocked if it happens.

    • MK

      Should be on MiLB TV again. For a guy who has gone 7 or 8 all year I find it hard to see what he is learning, one inning at a time. Guess I would rather see him go 5 innings 5 times, then shut him down rather than one or two at a time.

      • RobL

        He is getting used to pitching every fifth day as opposed to once a week.

  2. terry m

    Much better game by Vlad. Hope this is the start of a good second half !!!

  3. terry m

    Doug The young Mexican pitcher the Reds signed has he been assigned to a team yet ??

    • MK

      I kind of figured at his age he would show up in DSL. It would be more age and language appropriate. There would be far fewer travel issues as well. I’m not sure where the transactions for that league show up.

      • Doug Gray

        The Reds almost never assign Mexican kids to the DSL. They almost always end up at the complex in Goodyear.

  4. Simon Cowell

    Just read a story on the Yankees wanting Luis Castillo. What would the Reds demand for him if they would even entertain an offer?

    • MikeD

      Let’s see, a controllable ace. Half of their controllable roster! The Reds have spent a few years trying to get pitching and trading a legit #1 would be crazy!

    • kevinz

      I read the same thing. I do not think makes any sense for the Reds.
      All off season the Motto was is to get the Pitching not get it then lose it.
      Roark diff type though since on last year plus not on Castillo type level.
      Superstar type play with other Pieces the only way I think about trading LC.
      The only reason see trading him is if they think the Walks will stay and that will be Long term issue.

      • Colt Holt

        To be fair, Reds should seriously consider trading him for the right offer. Anthony desclafani is evidence of what injuries can do to a solid pitcher with 4.5 years left. I advocated for disco to be traded before the injuries struck (because they were going to suck for three of those years). If an equally star caliber bat was made available, or four top fifty prospects, you take it and run

    • Colt Holt

      Aaron Judge plus. That sounds ridiculous, because the yanks would never trade judge. For the very same reason, Luis Castillo won’t be traded either. You don’t trade a top 30 starter with 4.5 years of control with Clint Frazier as the centerpiece. I would need four to five Clint Frazier’s to think about somebody with so little proven in exchange for Castillo.

    • Wes

      Yanks don’t have the minor league talent to obtain Castillo. Glad to hear the name drop though. Hoping someone gets real desperate and makes an offer reds can’t refuse. There’s a handful of contenders who have the talent.

    • Brad

      Yanks get RHSP Castillo

      Reds get SS Torres, CF Frazier, LHRP Tarpley, RHSP German, MiLB C Seigler

      Who says no?

  5. Hoyce

    Trading anyone for the right price would be smart

    • Colt Holt

      +1. Look at Jose Ramirez! I bet the Indians wished they had listened to offers and pulled a trigger a year ago! With a small market team, spreading risk can be worth it as long as the value coming back is enough. I can think of a pretty strong package the Padres could offer starting with Gore and adding major pieces from there for Castillo. Doesn’t mean they would do it, but if they were willing, you better be willing to pull the trigger!

  6. kevinz

    hmm Fairchild in AA was hoping see that. Hope goes well .

  7. Redsvol

    sorry to see that Alex Wood had a setback. I’d really like to see him pitch for Reds this year but the year is getting away from him.

    On another note, thank goodness we didn’t sign Zack Cozart to a long term deal when he became a free agent!

  8. Colt Holt

    I just read a couple of the articles. I find it incredible that the writers think that the reds should be chomping at the bit to get Frazier and him headlining should entice the Reds to throw Castillo their way.

    • Wes

      I don’t. All media is fake news pushing an agenda (except Doug of course)

  9. Hanawi

    Now I know why Dayton has had bad pitching all year. The rookie league teams…ouch. Not sure why the Reds have been completely unable to develop pitching over the years.