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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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Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Minor matters

From J. Ramsey:

Louisville beats Columbus…Tom Shearn with a quality start…Jay Bruce homers…Doubleheader for the Bats today…Chattanooga drops their sixth straight, losing 9-5 vs. West Tenn…Shaun Cumberland homers…Sarasota beats Lakeland…Logan Ondrusek outstanding…Dayton splits a doubleheader vs. Ft. Wayne…Jason Louwsma with a big night…Juan Francisco homers again…Billings loses at Idaho Falls…GCL Reds gets swept in a doubleheader at GCL Orioles.


Brett Bartles (Billings), .331 (59-178)
Todd Frazier (Billings), .326 (47-144)
Jay Bruce (Louisville), .318 (153-481)
Justin Turner (Dayton), .305 (138-452)
Joey Votto (Louisville), .305 (136-446)

Home Runs
Jay Bruce (Louisville), 24
Juan Francisco (Dayton), 22
Joey Votto (Louisville), 21
Danny Dorn (Chattanooga), 18
Aaron Herr (Louisville), 16

Joey Votto (Louisville), 87
Jay Bruce (Louisville), 85
Juan Francisco (Dayton), 81
Danny Dorn (Chattanooga), 79

Richie Gardner (Louisville), 11-6, 3.05era
Johnny Cueto (Chattanooga), 10-8, 3.10era
Daryl Thompson (Sarasota), 13-5, 3.34era
Jordan Smith (Dayton), 9-7, 3.38era
Phil Dumatrait (Louisville), 10-5, 3.49era

Daryl Thompson (Sarasota), 13
Rafael Gonzalez (Dayton), 12
Richie Gardner (Louisville), 11
Johnny Cueto (Chattanooga), 10

Johnny Cueto (Chattanooga), 142
Carlos Fisher (Chattanooga), 129
Sean Watson (Sarasota), 126
Ramon Ramirez (Louisville), 124
Daryl Thompson (Sarasota), 112


at 3:49 PM Blogger Mark said...


I was looking at Lance McAlister's blog and Jamie Ramsey had the Organizational Leaders for categorys.... Why isn't Richie Gardner in the discussion to start on Sat.? He has the best ERA (3.05) for starters and I didn't realize it was a lot better than Dumatrait's (3.49)

at 3:54 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interesting to see how the Reds react to this news....

at 5:19 PM Blogger John Fay said...

Gardner is 4-4 with a 4.97 ERA since getting promoted to AAA.

at 7:33 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Braves fan trolling here. How would anybody feel about a Richie Gardner for Edgar Renteria trade straight up?

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