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Jpup
04-19-2006, 01:02 PM
http://www.minorleaguebaseball.com/app/milb/stats/stats.jsp?sid=milb&t=g_log&gid=2006_04_19_syraaa_louaaa_1

No score in the Top of the 4th.

Ty Taubenheim vs. Elizardo Ramirez

Lizard has struck out 3 in 3 innnings thus far.

Syracuse

Lydon CF
Roberts 2B
Barker 1B
Griffin, J LF
Mottola RF
Hattig, J DH
Cosby 3B
Figueroa SS
Mahoney C
Taubenheim, T P

Louisville

Bergolla, W SS
Snyder 3B
Gutierrez 1B
Stratton DH
Abad LF
Buchanan RF
Long CF
Jorgensen C
Kata 2B
Ramirez P

Jpup
04-19-2006, 01:16 PM
Still no score after 4. Snyder and Stratton both singled to no avail.

Top 5th

Syracuse 0 1 0
Louisville 0 2 0

John Ford-Griffin doubled to left off of Lizard to start the 5th.

RedsFan75
04-19-2006, 01:17 PM
I never realized you could get Gameday for the minor league games

Jpup
04-19-2006, 01:21 PM
Top 6th

Syracuse 0 2 0
Louisville 0 2 0

Ramirez has 5 Ks in 5 IP thus far.

Due Up:

Long F-8 1 out
Jorgensen F-5 2 outs
Kata F-9 3 outs

No score after 5.

dougdirt
04-19-2006, 01:24 PM
I never realized you could get Gameday for the minor league games

Only for Triple A games.

dougdirt
04-19-2006, 01:27 PM
Chattanooga is about to start, and Sarasota is in the 3rd inning having yet to score. Just for those interested. James Avery is through 2, 2hits, 2 walks, 1 strikeout, 0 runs.

flyer85
04-19-2006, 01:27 PM
I never realized you could get Gameday for the minor league gamesthey started that this year with AAA games

TRF
04-19-2006, 02:52 PM
Lizard had a fine outing. Right now Wagner is just bad.

Buckeye33
04-19-2006, 06:25 PM
Elizardo Ramirez went 6 IP 3 H 0 R 7 K 0 BBs

Chattanooga won 5-4:

Steve Kelly 6.1 IP 5 H 3 R 6 K 3 BBs

Joey Votto 0-4 3 Ks

Sarasota won 7-4:

Strait (forget his 1st name) 4-5 4 2Bs 2 R 1 RBI

James Avery 3.2 IP 6 H 3 R 3 K 3 BBs

Javy Pornstache
04-19-2006, 07:32 PM
Strait (forget his 1st name) 4-5 4 2Bs 2 R 1 RBI


(Cody) :D

Caveat Emperor
04-19-2006, 08:40 PM
Lizard had a fine outing. Right now Wagner is just bad.

Lizard is prototypical AAAA -- Stuff that can make minor leaguers look silly, but lack of a fastball with good velocity or movement and an inability to put hitters away with a given pitch or get hitters to chase pitches.

When he was up in the bigs last year, he spent too much time in the zone and get pounded. I know he's young, but I really see no future for Lizard with the Reds in any role other than a mopup guy. I'd love him to prove me wrong, but I just didn't see it when he was up last year.

Aronchis
04-19-2006, 08:49 PM
Lizard is prototypical AAAA -- Stuff that can make minor leaguers look silly, but lack of a fastball with good velocity or movement and an inability to put hitters away with a given pitch or get hitters to chase pitches.

When he was up in the bigs last year, he spent too much time in the zone and get pounded. I know he's young, but I really see no future for Lizard with the Reds in any role other than a mopup guy. I'd love him to prove me wrong, but I just didn't see it when he was up last year.

I am not sure on the Lizard. He sorta reminds me of Harang a little. He was only 22 last year and not even ready for AAA let alone major leagues. When his body fills out, he should solidly be a low 90's thrower with decent enough stuff(Harang doesn't blow anybody away with his) with good makeup to be a serviceable major league starter. He is no ace, but not many are.

TRF
04-20-2006, 10:31 AM
Lizard is prototypical AAAA -- Stuff that can make minor leaguers look silly, but lack of a fastball with good velocity or movement and an inability to put hitters away with a given pitch or get hitters to chase pitches.

When he was up in the bigs last year, he spent too much time in the zone and get pounded. I know he's young, but I really see no future for Lizard with the Reds in any role other than a mopup guy. I'd love him to prove me wrong, but I just didn't see it when he was up last year.

Well he does throw strikes. He and Germano both have MLB futures IMO. I don't think he needs oomph as much as he needs movement, and the maturity to know when and how to go outside the zone. His rep (and Germano's) is pinpoint control. If that control is coupled with keeping the ball down, the Reds may have something.

But I wouldn't even give him a sniff again until Sept.