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Lutz (@braunerhulk) had a hulk of a night.
Louisville 5 Lehigh Valley 1
-Game one of the doubleheader saw Sean Gallagher (2-3) throw six innings of one-run baseball, and drive in a run for the Bats (12-26). Travis Webb added a perfect seventh inning.
-RF Bill Rhinehart had a double, two RBI, and a run scored. CF Denis Phipps and 1B Neftali Soto each knocked in a run too, as the Bats scored all five runs in the fourth inning.
Lehigh Valley 4 Louisville 3
-The Bats (12-27) lost game two. Wirfin Obispo made his AAA debut by starting and giving up one earned run in two innings. Scott Carroll (2-3) took the loss allowing three earned runs in 1.2 innings. Josh Judy threw 1.1 scoreless innings, and Kanekoa Texeira was perfect in the final two frames.
-RF Bill Rhinehart was 2-3 with a solo home run (3) and two runs. 3B Chris Valaika added a two-run shot (2) in the seventh.
Birmingham 8 Pensacola 4
-Daniel Corcino (2-2) struggled for the Blue Wahoos (18-21), surrendering six ...
BEST OF MAXIM
The Cincinnati Reds (18-16) won the first game of the series against the Atlanta Braves (22-14) as Homer Bailey pitched a strong game and Brandon Phillips knocked in a clutch run in the 8th inning. Bailey and the bullpen effectively shut down the Braves bats as the Reds won 3-1.
-Homer Bailey pitched perhaps his best game of the season, allowing only 1 run over...
Joey Votto made history yesterday, and Cooperstown took notice. Though his three-homer performance against the Washington Nationals wasn’t a first (heck, Votto has done it before himself), it was the first time one of those three home runs was a walk-off grand slam.
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Usually Monday is for the Minor League Team Progress Report, but that is pushed until tomorrow as there was a whole lot of things going on that weren’t covered between Friday and today. First thing to get to is the recent slew of transactions through the organization.
Mike Costanzo – promoted to the Reds
Miguel Rojas – promoted to Louisville
Wirfin Obispo – promoted to...
Cincinnati Reds manager Dusty Baker is big on the running game. "Speed kills," he said. However, the Reds are next to last in the National League with 15 stolen bases. They did not attempt a steal Monday in a 3-1 win over the Atlanta Braves. "I always like to run," Baker said, "but you can't run into outs. Part of it is we don't have a bunch...
Joey Votto hit a grand slam in the ninth inning for his third home run of the game, rallying the Cincinnati Reds to a rain-delayed 9-6 victory over the Washington Nationals on Sunday.
Votto hit solo homers in his first two at-bats and finished a big day with his second career slam with two outs in the ninth.
Washington came into the game with only 15 homers allowed all season,...
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Here's the last of Joey Votto's three home runs on Sunday. I'm still in awe. The guy is simply amazing.
The Reds salvaged a single game from the series with the Nationals by winning yesterday in walk-off fashion. Since it was a grand slam that put it away, the final score of 6-9 makes it sound like the Reds looked a whole lot better than they really did. Even so, it couldn’t have been a bit more exciting than it was.
The Reds (17-16) go to visit the NLE-leading...
Joey Votto had been more like Joey Votto Lite through the first six weeks of the season, riding a lot of walks to a high on-base percentage and leading the National League in doubles with 15 going into play Sunday. The Cincinnati Reds first baseman turned the intensity up a notch in the series finale against the Washington Nationals, erupting for a double and three home runs, the...
5/14 Game Review
Louisville won 5-1, lost 4-3 in a double header.
Game 1: 5-1 win. Box Score
Kristopher Negron went 1-3 with a run.
Denis Phipps went 1-3 with an RBI and a run.
Bill Rhinehart went 1-3 with a double, 2 RBI and a run.
Danny Dorn went 1-3 with a double and a run.
Dioner Navarro went 2-3.
Miguel Rojas went 1-3 with a double.
Sean Gallagher went 1-2 with an RBI at...
Current minor league leaders (as of 5/15)
AVG - Henry Rodriguez (.348)
Runs - Billy Hamilton (31)
HR - Donald Lutz (11)
RBI - Lutz (34)
SB - Hamilton (35)
W - Tony Cingrani, Donnie Joseph (4)
SV - Joseph, Brian Pearl (6)
SO - Cingrani (53)
ERA - SP Cingrani (0.68), RP Joseph (0.47)
Here's this week's top prospects update. To see last week's update go here...
Hasn't been the best of times since Bryce Harper cut off his skullet, eh? Friday night: 0-5, smacks himself in the eye with his bat. Saturday: 0-4, finishes his day by striking out on three pitches against Aroldis Chapman. Then on Sunday, Harper lost a Jay Bruce fly ball in the twlight/mist/clouds/sky in the 8th inning (video here). Ball lands ~15 feet behind him on the warning...
Joey Votto is looking to build on his best - and most dramatic - performance of the season for the Cincinnati Reds.
The NL East-leading Atlanta Braves are trying to continue their own impressive production at the plate.
On the heels of his first three-homer game in more than four years, Votto and the Reds visit the Braves for the first of two meetings Monday night.
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Here's another look at Brandon Phillips' defensive gem in last Saturday's game that helped prevent a run (or two) from scoring. The Reds came up short to the Nationals though, 2-1. Still it was just another feather in the cap in BP's bid for another Gold Glove Award.