Found October 16, 2012 on Redlegs Review:
PLAYERS: Donald Lutz
TEAMS: Cincinnati Reds
The Peoria Javelinas crushed the Mesa Solar Sox yesterday by a score of 9-2. They pounded out 14 hits in total, while every starter got a hit except one. -1B Donald Lutz was one of those starters. He finished 2-5, with a run scored, and is now hitting .438 on the young AFL season. He was the only Reds prospect to make an appearance.
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