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John Fay has been the Reds beat writer for the Enquirer since 2001. Prior to that, he served in a variety of roles for the Enquirer: backup Reds writer, UC beat writer, backup Bengals writer and as a general assignment reporter. He is a Cincinnati native and a graduate of Elder High School and the University of Dayton.

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Friday, June 29, 2007

Minon matters

From Jamie Ramsey:

Louisville beats Richmond…Elizardo Ramirez with a quality start…Pedro Lopez with 3 hits…Ryan Freel gets 2 more hits…Mark Bellhorn homers…Richie Gardner pitching for the Bats tonight…Chattanooga falls to Huntsville…Sam Lecure with a shaky first inning but pitches well after…Luis Bolivar heating up…Sarasota beats Palm Beach…Daryl Thompson pitches 5 scoreless innings…Mike DeJesus extends his on-base streak…Dayton wins their first 2 games of the second half…Travis Webb with a solid outing…Denis Phipps provides the offense…Billings loses a heartbreaker in 15 innings…Excellent work from the Mustangs’ bullpen…Brandon Waring with 3 hits…GCL Reds lose to the Pirates…Neftali Soto swinging a hot bat…Despite the loss the baby Reds are leading the GCL with 92 hits and a .312 BA.

Chattanooga outfielder Jay Bruce ranks among all minor league batters with 29 doubles (T1st) and 48 extra-base hits (3rd, 1 off the pace).

April: 11-14, 14hr, .244ba, 3.76era
May: 12-17, 15hr, .258ba, 4.25era
June: 14-13, 28hr, .270ba, 4.12


at 10:40 PM Blogger Humberto said...

Neftali Soto is going to be big. I've seen him play, and he has tremendous ability and great style. I expect great thing of this young player.

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