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The Louisville Bats lost 6-5 in 10 innings. Box Score

The Chattanooga Lookouts won 3-0. Box Score

The Daytona Tortugas lost 6-1. Box Score

The Dayton Dragons lost 6-0. Box Score

The Billings Mustangs were postponed.

Double header on Sunday.

The Greeneville Reds won 5-3 in 10 innings. Box Score

The AZL Reds lost 8-0. Box Score

8/11 Game Preview

Team 1st half 2nd half Time (ET) Probable Box Score Listen Live Watch Live
Louisville 49-69 N/A 1:05pm Mella Here Here Here
Chattanooga 36-33 17-31 2:15pm Bautista Here Here Here
Daytona 35-30 21-30 12:00pm Fossas Here Here N/A
Dayton 28-42 21-27 2:00pm Salazar
Here Here Here
Billings 15-23 7-4 3:05pm McGregor/TBA Here Here N/A
Greeneville 19-30 N/A 6:30pm Garbee
Here Here N/A
AZL Reds 18-25 N/A 9:00pm TBA
Here N/A N/A

15 Responses

  1. Wes

    Biggest game of season, biggest game in like 5 years today w Castillo the ace taking the mound ! Go Reds!

    And go Stanford too while I’m at it

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    • Cguy

      Another big ol’ thanks to the Yanks for the Sonny Gray deal, as he throws 6 innings of shutout baseball vs Cubbies, allowing 2 hits, 4 BB, & 7K. By the way, the other pitcher the Reds got in that deal (Sanmartin) also pitched 6 innings of shutout baseball for the Lookouts, allowing 2 hits, 3 BB, & 3K.

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    • Curt

      If he was good enough for the Yankees to call up that quickly, uh, why did the Reds get rid of him? For cash no less. Don’t we need left handed pitching? What part of the story am I missing

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  2. Norwood Nate

    India’s adjustment to AA has gone well. Through 19 games he’s walked 17 times, with more walks than strike outs (15). That’s impressive. The power hasn’t shown up yet, but I don’t doubt it will. He slugged over .400 in the most power suppressing league and have no doubt it’s there in his bat. For all the discussion of top prospects underperforming throughout the organization, I’m very happy with the season India and Stephenson are putting up.

    I’m also starting to take notice of what Ivan Johnson is doing in Greeneville. He’s been on quite the roll. Over his last 10 games he’s got 15 hits in 39 ABs with 6 BBs and 3 HRs. Of course he’s struck out 9 times, but that shouldn’t take away from the impressive roll he’s been on. He’s only 20 and he’s started 27 of 36 games at SS. He’s the least heralded of the 3 MIF prospects drafted in a row, but he’s someone I’m going to pay more attention to moving forward.

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    • Rick in Virginia

      We were at a Greeneville game a few weeks ago and were very impressed with Ivan Johnson. He seemed to be a very fast runner and made several excellent defensive plays, one in which he went all the way to the left field stands to catch a ball and got there before the left fielder and the third baseman. I guess his ability to hit is still uncertain, but this latest streak is certainly encouraging.

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  3. Redsvol

    I haven’t been this impressed with the major league team since the 2012 team with Johnny Cueto and Matt Latos. This team has much more overall pitching and hitting talent than that team now that Bauer has been added. I’m afraid there are just too many teams to overcome for wild card this year (dug too big a hole in April) but I think DW is going to really go for it this off season.
    Doug – what are the biggest needs for a 2020 run?

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    • MK

      The April start was a management thing. That is not a cut on Bell as it is a transition failure by the players. An analytics approach takes the entire team to buy into the changes and that takes time to happen as they are bring forced to think and do things a different way. I think the buy-in has finally taken hold. The acquisition of Bauer has helped solidify it. I’m willing to give it until Sept. 1 before throwing in the towell. Just look at where the Mets were 2 weeks ago.

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  4. kevinz

    I would like to say i do not think you can have a team with better people on it.
    I know can’t have all goody 2 shoes on it. I just Love the Personality of this team.
    I still think that can help take the reds a Long way.
    Seasons are a Marathon so having Positive Players Funny Players def helps the cause.

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    • Doug Gray

      If he’s going to pitch again this year it’s not going to be until September at some point.

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  5. Cguy

    When the Cubs came to town, Lester had the highest ERA among Cubs sp (6.59) since the ASB. He had also allowed the most HR (5) among Cubs sp since ASB. Then Darvish pitched Friday night, allowed 3HR & took over club lead, allowing 6HR since ASB. Last night Hendricks pitched, allowed 3HR & took over club lead ,allowing 7 HR since ASB. Here’s hopin’ Lester gets that lead back today.

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  6. RedsKoolAidDrinker

    Can we just go ahead and shift Aquino into the #1 prospect spot with what he’s doing until his prospect status ends. I’m pretty sure everyone will understand as no one saw this coming.

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  7. Haven

    Just wanna day I love Kyle farmer. I am a sucker for hit first utility men.

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