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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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Thursday, August 23, 2007

Minor matters

From Jamie Ramsey:

Outstanding pitching across the board for the Reds’ farm teams…Louisville splits a double-dip with Columbus…The Bats allow just 2 unearned runs in the doubleheader…Matt Maloney makes his Triple-A debut tonight for Louisville…Chattanooga snaps a 6-game losing streak…Sam Lecure with a lights-out performance…Jose Cosme with 3 hits…Sarasota blanks Lakeland…Ben Jukich on fire…Derrik Lutz saves his 3rd straight…Dayton beats Ft. Wayne…Rafael Gonzalez sets a Dayton franchise record by earning his 18th career win as a Dragon…Carson Kainer swinging a hot bat…Kainer’s roomie in college Drew Stubbs having a very nice August…Billings beats Idaho Falls…Solid pitching from Enerio Del Rosario…GCL Reds fall to the GCL Pirates.

Louisville gm1: W, 11ip, 0.00era, 1r/0er, 2bb, 5k, .250oba (10-40)
Louisville gm2: L, 6ip, 0.00era, 1r/0er, 1bb, 3k, .105oba (2-19)
Chattanooga: W, 9ip, 0.00era, 0r, 1bb, 14k, .100oba (3-30)
Sarasota: W, 9ip, 0.00era, 0r, 3bb, 12k, .133oba (4-30)
Dayton: W, 9ip, 2.00era, 2r/2er, 3bb, 9k, .250oba (9-36)
Billings: W, 9ip, 4.00era, 4r/4er, 4bb, 6k, .257oba (9-35)
GCL Reds: L, 9ip, 4.00era, 5r/4er, 2bb, 2k, .265oba (9-34)
TOTAL: 5-2, 62ip, 1.45era, 13r/10er, 16bb, 51k, .222oba (43-194)

LHP Ben Jukich was acquired by the Reds organization from Oakland on 6/13 as a player to be named later in the Chris Denorfia trade. Jukich (24, 6’4”, 190) is 7-2 with a 3.68 ERA in 13 starts with Sarasota this season (25bb, 65k, .218oba) and 10-6 with a 4.45 ERA overall (12 starts with Stockton). Jukich hasn’t allowed a run in any of his last 3 starts – a span of 20 scoreless innings.


at 4:39 PM Anonymous Christopher Padgett said...

No one has really mentioned him, but why not give Richie Gardner the start on Saturday and see how he does. He does have the best overall ERA of any reds player in the minors, struggled a little at AAA though. They given the rest of the AAA staff a try, why not him.

at 6:19 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Any word on Homer Bailey?

at 6:23 PM Blogger John Fay said...

Homer starts tomorrow the the Sarasota Reds.

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