*

*
Reds Insider
From news of the day to news of the weird, John Fay provides a glimpse of what it’s like to cover the Cincinnati Reds

John Fay
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.

Powered by Blogger

Monday, July 30, 2007

Lohse to the Phillies

From the Reds:

REDS TRADE KYLE LOHSE TO PHILLIES
Receive Lefthander Matt Maloney From Philly

CINCINNATI - Cincinnati Reds executive vice president and general manager Wayne Krivsky today announced the acquisition of LHP Matt Maloney from the Philadelphia Phillies in exchange for RHP Kyle Lohse.


10 Comments:

at 3:59 PM Anonymous Danny C. said...

On paper this looks to have great possiblities - anyone know anything on Maloney other than what is listed? Anything beats losing Lohse to free agency and not getting anything in return.

 
at 4:04 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

John,

Any word on who starts tomorrow? Phil Dumatrait is scheduled to start for Louisville tomorrow...

 
at 4:07 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Danny,

Its not about getting a player actually... its 4 million off the books.

Another 9 million when Milton goes

And 8 million saved when they dont renew Dunn's contract

20 million will help alot

 
at 4:07 PM Blogger RPA said...

in case anyone is curious...

he's at AA Reading this year, 23 years old... numbers look solid.

http://www.baseballamerica.com/today/stats/player.php?id=476011

notes from his Reading bio...

HOW OBTAINED: Phillies 3rd round pick in June 2005 draft.

2006: Spent season with Lakewood (A)... Named South Atlantic League Pitcher of the Year... Led SAL in wins, SO and IP, was T-1st in CG and 2nd in ERA... Pitched first career CG in first outing of the season, 4/8 at Lexington (L, 6.0 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 5 SO)... Named Phillies Minor League Pitcher of the Month for June (3-0, 27.1 IP, 0.33 ERA, 12 H, 25 SO)... Won 9 of 10 decisions, 5/27-7/28... Made 22 quality starts (82%), including 12 consecutive, 4/19-6/27... Held opponents to a .194 avg... Had only two no-decisions the entire season (4/25 at Delmarva, 6/3 vs Hickory)... Struck out 10 batters three times... Named a midseason and postseason SAL All-Star... Rated 9th-best prospect in Phillies minor league system by Baseball America following the season.

 
at 4:18 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

This looks like a decent trade to me based on this guys minor league numbers. Back to the Cantu trade, I still don't like the fact we gave up Medlock. Now we need to make a move to free up a roster spot for Joey Votto. We have to play him this year and see what we have here before spring training. I mean, maybe we trade both Conine and Hatteberg for minor league pitchers like this Maloney and we go with Votto and Cantu at first the rest of this season? Anyone think that is just rediculous to consider? Don't get me wrong, I love Hatte but we have to promote Votto soon, he has earned it by his play at AAA.

 
at 4:20 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

He looks like another Belisle: ERA with no runners on base is 1.02. ERA with runners on base is 7.69. ERA with runners in scoring position is 11.61.

 
at 4:22 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

With this trade and Harang missing a start, do we finally get to see Phil Dumatrait up here?

 
at 4:28 PM Anonymous Justin said...

It should come as no surprise to see Lohse traded. Better to get a good pitching prospect now than losing Lohse in free agency with nothing in return. I wonder who will start now tomorrow against Washington? I know Lohse was the scheduled starter.

 
at 5:06 PM Blogger LincolnLand Reds Fanclub said...

So, now what does this leave for us as Lohse was to pitch Tuesday vs Nationals. Is Homer ready? Whom else is getting the call.

 
at 5:28 PM Blogger John Fay said...

Krivsky said Bobby Livingston will start tomorrow.

 
Post a Comment*

* Our online blogs currently are hosted and operated by a third party, namely, Blogger.com. You are now leaving the Cincinnati.Com website and will be linked to Blogger.com's registration page. The Blogger.com site and its associated services are not controlled by Cincinnati.Com and different terms of use and privacy policy will apply to your use of the Blogger.com site and services.

By proceeding and/or registering with Blogger.com you agree and understand that Cincinnati.Com is not responsible for the Blogger.com site you are about to access or for any service you may use while on the Blogger.com site. << Home


Blogs


Jim Borgman
Today at the Forum
Paul Daugherty
Politics Extra
N. Ky. Politics
Pop culture review
Cincytainment
Who's News
Television
Roller Derby Diva
Art
CinStages Buzz....
The Foodie Report
cincyMOMS
Classical music
John Fay's Reds Insider
Bengals
High school sports
NCAA
UC Sports
CiN Weekly staff
Soundcheck

Advertisement