Found March 28, 2012 on Reds Minor Leagues:
Here is how the prospects performed in the game on Tuesday afternoon: Zack Cozart went 0-4 with a walk. Daryl Jones went 0-1. Todd Frazier went 0-0 with a walk. Justin Freeman threw 0.1 innings with a strikeout. Clayton Tanner allowed 4 runs in 0.1 innings. Mark Serrano threw 0.2 perfect innings with a strikeout. John Fay has up some details for the Spring Showcase Game on his blog. Among them is that a fan will be randomly selected to throw out the first pitch, the minor leaguers will be signing autographs before the game on the terrace level and the gates open at 5pm to watch the minor leaguers take batting practice. Go check out the link for more details. John Fay also has up an article on Zack Cozart and his recovery and progression from Tommy John surgery. My favorite part of the entire article though? “Spring training numbers don’t matter,” Go read the entire article though, there are some good things in there from Cozart and Baker about his progression this spring with com...
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