View Full Version : Who's hot?

07-18-2007, 01:51 PM
Logan Parker (Dayton): Has hit safely in 11 of his last 12 games (18-40, .450, 8r, 13rbi) to raise his BA from .257 to .288)…belted two 3-run homers yesterday.

Kel Jones (Billings): In July, Jones is batting .390 (23-59) with 15r, 2hr, 12rbi, 5sb, .448obp, .559slg…he has 9 hits in his last 16ab.

Luis Montano (Billings): In 6 appearances, 4 starts, Montano is 5-1 with a 2.73 ERA (33ip, 10er, 24k)…has allowed 2 runs or less in 5 of 6 appearances.

Tonys Gutierrez (Sarasota): 5-game hitting streak (10-19, .526, 6r)

Pedro Viola (Sarasota): In 30 games split this season with Sarasota and Dayton, has struck out 70 batters in 59.1 innings (1.52era, .188oba)

Phil Dumatrait (Louisville): Last 3 starts – 2-0, 19ip, 4r, 1.89era, 16k, .203oba

Lee Tabor (Dayton): Last 13 appearances – 4-1, 28.1ip, 6r, 1.91era, 30k

Chris Heisey (Dayton): Has hit safely in 18 of his last 20 games (30-73, .411)

Danny Dorn (Sarasota): Last 15 games – 20-51, .392, 13r, 17rbi

Kevin Gunter (Dayton): Last 5 games – 11.1ip, 1r, 7h, 7k, 1bb, .152oba

Juan Rafael (GCL Reds): 2007 – 6g/5gs, 29.2ip, 7er, 2.12era, 28k, .202oba

Neftali Soto (GCL Reds): 2007 – 20g, .363ba (29-80, 16rbi, 2hr, .563slg.)…2 homers in 2 days

Thanks to Jamie Ramsey of the Reds for the information...

Red Leader
07-18-2007, 02:00 PM
Chris Heisey (Dayton): Has hit safely in 18 of his last 20 games (30-73, .411)

Heisey has been absolutely ripping it up since the All-Star break, if not a little before. He's going real well right now and is a joy to watch.

07-18-2007, 02:35 PM
Phipps has 19 RBI's in July. He has played 13 games.

07-18-2007, 03:24 PM
I'm sure there are others, but I'll give you one guy on the "Who's Not" list.

Juan Francisco

He looked horrible at the plate last night, and his range at 3rd is very iffy. He struck out 4 times when everyone else in the lineup was driving hits all over the place. Over the last 10 games, check this out:

.227 BA
1 walk
20 K's in 44 ABs

07-18-2007, 06:06 PM
Drew Stubbs is pretty hot in July.
.311/.483/.533 so far in the month.

How about Justin Reed?
.353/.439/.471 in July.

07-19-2007, 12:51 AM
Maybe Dumatrait is back in the picture for a major league stint. If a starter gets traded, say Lohse, and Bailey doesn't seem ready, maybe Dumatrait gets a shot. Would like to see it, he's been moving up the ladder for some time now.

07-19-2007, 01:51 AM
We might see both Dumatrait and Livingston in the Reds rotation, Belisle in the bullpen, and Homer Bailey in AAA.