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Sunday, May 18, 2008

Minor matters

From Jamie Ramsey:

Tough night for the Reds farm clubs (0-5)…Louisville loses to Indianapolis…Tom Shearn victimized by the blown save (6.2ip, 7h, 4r, 1bb, 2k, 2hr)…Jolbert Cabrera with 3 hits…Kevin Barker and Ryan Hanigan both homer…Jay Bruce 1-for-5…Chattanooga commits 4 errors, 3 in the 7th and lose to Mississippi…Daryl Thompson started for the Lookies (6ip, 6h, 4r/3er, 3bb)…Tonys Gutierrez extended his on-base streak to 25 straight games (7-game hitting streak)…Sarasota falls to Clearwater…Alex Smit was outstanding in his 7.0 innings (4h, 2r, 2bb, 4k, 1hr)…Jason Louwsma hit a 2-run homer…Dayton drops both games of a doubleheader vs Great Lakes…Daniel Perales homers.

ORGANIZATION LEADERS
PLAYER CLUB AVG
Jay Bruce........... LOU.......... .359
Tonys Gutierrez CHA.......... .354
Chris Valaika..... CHA......... .328
Andy Phillips..... LOU......... .322
Justin Turner..... CHA......... .315

PLAYER CLUB HOME RUNS
Todd Frazier...... SAR............. 11
Jay Bruce........... LOU............... 9
Chris Valaika..... CHA............... 8
Brandon Waring DAY............... 8

PLAYER CLUB RBI
Jay Bruce........... LOU............. 35
Chris Valaika..... CHA............ 34
Juan Francisco... SAR............. 30
Todd Frazier ... SAR......... 30


4 Comments:

at 3:05 PM Blogger Dave said...

Pitching, small ball with power, and two-out hitting - this looks like a club that could win a lot of games, doesn't it?!

PS - the Indians are no slouches, and we're nibbling Cliff Lee to death (except Dunn, who's tattooing him).

 
at 8:49 PM OpenID PJ1709 said...

Those stats do not match up with the official sites. In fact some of them are very far off.

 
at 8:51 PM OpenID PJ1709 said...

some of those stats don't match up with the official sites. for instance:

Chris Valaika has only 1 home run according to the offical site and here it says he has 8.

Many of these stats seem incorrect.

 
at 12:20 PM Blogger Joe said...

Homer Bailey AAA
4-4
3.86 ERA
55 IP
52 Hits
24 ER
6 HR
44 SO
20 BB

Daryl Thompson AA
2-2
1.63 ERA
55 IP
40 Hits
10 ER
2 HR
49 SO
14 BB

Hope to see Thompson moved to AAA soon. It would be nice to see him in Cincinnati in September.

 
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