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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, April 18, 2008

Minor matters

From J.Ram:

There’s no quit in Louisville, but they fall to Norfolk in 11 innings…Adam Pettyjohn fantastic in 6 of his 7 innings (allowed all 4 of his runs in the 5th)…Andy Green with 3 hits…Kevin Barker and Paul Janish both homer…Jay Bruce in the lineup tonight…Chattanooga scores 4 times in the 9th on 2 home runs to overtake Huntsville…Drew Anderson (solo) and Luis Bolivar (3-run) were the 9th inning heroes…James Avery with a quality start (6ip, 5h, 3r, 3bb, 4k)…Sarasota and Dayton were off yesterday (National High Five Day).

Organization’s Top Pitchers
PLAYER CLUB(s) W-L, ERA
Daryl Thompson............. CHA.......... 2-0, 0.51
Justin Lehr.................... LOU.......... 2-0, 0.60
Jeremy Horst................. DAY......... 1-0, 0.77
Matt Belisle........... LOU/CHA/SAR... 3-0, 1.09
Jordan Smith................. SAR.......... 2-1, 1.40
Homer Bailey................. LOU.......... 2-1, 1.42
Luis Montano................. DAY......... 2-0, 1.76
Danny Herrera............... CHA.......... 2-0, 3.55


6 Comments:

at 2:41 PM Blogger jc said...

can you tell us a bit about justin lehr?

 
at 3:01 PM Blogger Cheviot Sports Authority said...

Since baseball is nothing but stats and we are playing trivia, can anyone tell me who these stats from last season belong to?
8 wins, 9 losses, 177 IP, 212 hits, 5.32 ERA.

St CSA

 
at 3:43 PM Blogger Greg said...

can anyone tell me who these stats from last season belong to?
8 wins, 9 losses, 177 IP, 212 hits, 5.32 ERA.


oh oh.. i know... Matt Belisle making the difficult transition from reliever to starter... and deserves another shot this year... at least 2-3 starts

 
at 3:45 PM Blogger Greg said...

i'm beginning to think there aren't going to be any moves today...
Any word on whether or not Belisle is going to be in cincy along with Harriston tonight?

 
at 4:25 PM Blogger Cheviot Sports Authority said...

Please no Hairstons or Cabreras. They have both had many major league opportunities and neither has the power that the Reds need. Neither would be any improvement over Ryan Freel and I still think you need a glove man (Castro) to back up at SS, unless of course Hairston is a good defensive SS. That I don't know.
St CSA

 
at 5:36 PM Blogger NVreds said...

National High Five Day?? thats pretty funny, actually its borderline hilarious that even exists. especially as an excuse to take a day off.

i think lehr is like 30 or something right? hes old for a AAA guy i know that

nice to see kriv's two throw in players on that list, most GMs would have done the deals w/o them. actually, its nice to see that list period! after the suffering reds fans have had the past few yrs, someone's going to succeed in the MLs (hopefully).

 
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