REDS FARM REPORT: 6/22
REDS MINOR LEAGUE NEWS
RHP Homer Bailey (strained right shoulder) and LHP Aroldis Chapman (left shoulder inflammation) both pitched last night for Louisville vs Pawtucket…Bailey started and allowed 3 runs in 6.0 innings (103TP/71K)…Chapman pitched a perfect seventh inning (1k, 13TP/7K).
The Southern League All-Star Game, California League vs. Carolina League All-Star Game and the Midwest League All-Star Game were all played last night…for details, see the game reports.
PAWTUCKET (RED SOX) 6, LOUISVILLE 3: RHP Homer Bailey (strained right shoulder) made a rehab start for Louisville and allowed 3 runs on 8 hits in 6.0 innings (1bb, 3k, 103TP/71K)…LHP Aroldis Chapman (left shoulder inflammation) also made a rehab appearance and fired a perfect inning of relief (1k, 13TP/7K)…3b Juan Francisco blasted 2 home runs.
CAROLINA MUDCATS: The Mudcats were off yesterday enjoying the All-Star break…Last night in Jackson, TN, the North defeated the South, 6-3 in the Southern League All-Star Game…RHP Brad Boxberger was the lone Mudcats representative and didn’t allow a run in 0.2 inning (1bb, 1k).
BAKERSFIELD BLAZE: The Blaze were off yesterday enjoying the All-Star break…In last night’s California League vs Carolina League All-Star Game in Modesto, the West circuit beat the East circuit, 6-1…Bakersfield’s Josh Fellhauer went 1-for-2…Yasmani Grandal did not play.
DAYTON DRAGONS: The Dragons were off yesterday enjoying the All-Star break…In yesterday’s Midwest League All-Star Game in Davenport, IA, the West beat the East, 8-3…Dayton’s Josh Smith started for the East and fired a scoreless inning (2k)…Daniel Corcino suffered the loss (1ip, 2h, 1r, 1hr)….Dominic D’Anna went 0-for-1.
GREAT FALLS (WSOX) 1, BILLINGS 17: The Mustangs dented the dish 17 times on 16 hits…SS Devin Lohman went 3-for-6 with a home run, 3 RBI and 2 runs scored…C Yovan Gonzalez belted a 3-run homer and finished with 5 RBI and 3 runs scored…DH Juan Silva went 3-for-5 and scored a pair of runs (1rbi)…RHP Stalin Gerson (1-0) started for Billings and fabulous in his 6.0 shutout innings, scattering 4 hits with no walks and 5 strikeouts
AZL MARINERS 7, AZL REDS 11: The Reds erased a 5-run deficit to win…2b Brandon Dailey (2r) and DH Juan Perez (3r, HR, triple, 2rbi) paced the offense with 3 hits apiece…1b Carlos Sanchez hit a 3-run homer…RHP Lucas O’Rear started for the Reds and was reached for 4 runs (3er) on 5 hits in 3.2 innings (2bb, 1k)…LHP Joel Bender (1-0) earned the win in relief (4.1ip, 6h, 2r, 1bb, 2k).
“I thought they both looked good. They threw pretty good strikes. Their stuff was good. Homer was 91 to 94 (mph) the entire game. He threw some good off-speed stuff. He pitched well.” – Louisville manager Rick Sweet on yesterday’s outings by Homer Bailey and Aroldis Chapman (Louisville Courier Journal)
“We have not been a good finishing club. We have opportunities, and we don’t get it done. We’ve got to get more consistent with our entire game.” – Sweet (Louisville Courier Journal)