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    4-7 minor league score updates(and boxscores)

    Louisville has been rained out and will play a doubleheader tomorrow. Chattanooga, Sarasota, and Dayton all play at 7.

    Lecure is going for Sarasota and Charles Fisher for Dayton. No clue who is pitching for Chattanooga.

    Edit...Travis Chick for Chattanooga.
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    Re: 4-7 minor league score updates

    Chattanooga is up 3-0 in the third inning. Dickerson is 2-for-2 with a triple and single. Votto 1-for-1 with a RBI single. Chick has thrown 2 shutout innings with one hit and one strikeout.

    http://www.minorleaguebaseball.com/a...ngaax_jaxaax_1

    Dayton game thread-http://www.redszone.com/forums/showthread.php?t=44664&page=2

    Bruce is 1-2 with a double. Szymanski homered and singled.

    Sarasota is down 3-0. Lecure has allowed 3 runs on 5 hits in three innings, 1 walk and 4 strikeouts.

    http://www.minorleaguebaseball.com/a...tmafa_sarafa_1
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    Re: 4-7 minor league score updates

    Chick so far:

    2 IP 1 H 1 K 0 R

    Dickerson 2-2 with a 3B

    In Sarasota:

    LeCure 3 IP 5 H 3 R 4 K 1 W

    Damn OBM, exact same time.
    Matta = Really good

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    Re: 4-7 minor league score updates

    I don't want to jinx Chick, but he's putting together a great start so far. A 1-2-3 3rd inning with two strikeouts puts him at 3 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 0 BB, 3 Ks. Chick has the stuff to be a number two or three starter in the majors. The key to him reaching that potential is similar to a few of our other pitchers: command.

    Lecure K'd two in the fourth as he set 'em down in order. He has 6 k's in four innings.
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    Re: 4-7 minor league score updates

    Lecure pulled after 4.

    Dickerson tripled again in his third atbat...he's now 3-3 with two triples. Herr then doubled him in. Votto followed it up with a 2-run HR.

    http://www.minorleaguebaseball.com/a...ngaax_jaxaax_1
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    Re: 4-7 minor league score updates

    This is the year for Votto's Dunn-like season.
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    Re: 4-7 minor league score updates

    If you're still waiting for Reds game to start you can listen to the games via internet radio. Both the Lookouts and Dragons have feeds on their websites:
    www.daytondragons.com
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    Re: 4-7 minor league score updates

    Chick just walked his first man (Abreau) in the Bottom of the 5th. Wild pitch advances him to 2nd.
    He's 3-0 on Hu and walks him on 4 pitches.
    And a single by Kemp to right center brings in a run.
    LaRoche singles. Runner scores from 3rd.
    Our oldfriend A.J. Zapp is now batting, and grounds out to 2nd. 3 outs.
    End of the 5th, 7-3 Lookouts.
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    Re: 4-7 minor league score updates

    Top of the 6th.
    Dickerson strikes out swinging. 1 out.
    Missed it but appears Herr and Votto went down in order.
    Last edited by RedsIn07; 04-07-2006 at 08:58 PM.

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    Re: 4-7 minor league score updates

    And of course I jinxed Chick.
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    Re: 4-7 minor league score updates

    Highlights:

    Chattanooga:

    Dickerson 3-6 2 3Bs 2 RBIs

    Votto 2-5 HR 3 RBIs

    Varner 3-3

    Chick 5 IP 6 H 3 ER 5 K 2 W

    Medlock 2 IP 2 H 1 ER 1K 1 W 1 BS

    Shafer 1 IP 1 H 2 K 0 W SV

    Sarasota:

    Rosales 2-4 2B

    Hernandez 4-4

    LeCure 4 IP 5 H 3 ER 6 K 1 W

    Woody 1 IP 2 H 3 ER 0 K 2 W

    Dayton:

    Bruce 2-5 2B

    Symanski 2-5 HR RBI
    Matta = Really good

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    Re: 4-7 minor league score updates

    I hope Woody was not over-promoted, I thought he would have been better off starting the year in Dayton.
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    Re: 4-7 minor league score updates

    Votto and Dickerson are finally out of the FSL! Hopefully they can keep up this pace.

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    Re: 4-7 minor league score updates

    Dragons drop 2nd to Hawks
    By Marc Katz

    Dayton Daily News

    DAYTON | Tall was the order of the day at Fifth Third Field Friday night.

    Tall was on the mound in the form of 7-foot-1 South Bend pitcher Ryan Doherty, who played three years of baseball at Notre Dame and is believed to be the tallest ever Division I NCAA or pro pitcher.

    Even taller was the ball hit by Dayton Dragons outfielder B.J. Szymanski, who reached the parking lot behind right field with a blast off a changeup that approached 400 feet.

    And still the Dragons came out on the short end of a 9-8 score, losing for the second time in two Class A Midwest League games to open the season.

    "It would have been nice to do that (homer) in my last at bat (in the ninth)," Szymanski said.

    Dayton starting pitcher Carlos Fisher pitched well into the sixth, when his mechanics began to fail as temperatures plunged and intermittent rain fell.

    "There were some really good things that went on," Fisher said. "I've got to eliminate the bad things."

    Two of South Bend's three runs in the sixth were charged to Fisher, who had allowed three runs in the first five innings. He remained the pitcher of winning record until the Silver Hawks pushed two runs across in the eighth.

    What else happened?

    An overnight rain and early morning downpour left the field too squishy to take batting practice and there was a scare a full-fledged storm would halt play.

    It didn't, but only about half a stadium full of fans showed up.

    Second baseman and leadoff batter Mike Griffin smacked his third triple in two games. He went undrafted until he finished four years at Baylor, even though he also spent a season playing summer ball for Team USA.

    Last year, he was taken in the 14th round of the draft by the Reds, and had a good start at rookie Billings before subjecting his right elbow to Tommy John surgery.

    "I've had 7 1/2 months off," Griffin said. "I probably hurt the arm a long time ago and should have had it fixed, but I didn't."

    Griffin played well in spring training and made the Dragons.

    He also gives the Dragons three Tommy John surgeries up the middle, including shortstop Paul Janish and catcher Craig Tatum.

    Among Dayton's six hits and five runs in the third inning was a J.D. Reininger homer that banged into the concession stand beyond left field. Reininger is the Dragons' third baseman.

    First baseman Bobby Mosby also nearly cracked a homer, but a strong wind blowing in from left held up the ball and it was caught at the wall.

    Catcher Chris Denove's word of the day was "paradigm a model of something or a very clear & typical example of something."

    At least that's what he wrote on the clubhouse notes board. Outfielder Josh Holden added his usual play of the day, too, this one "Rt. twins 18 speed."

    Game three of the series features lefty Philippe Valiquette for the Dragons and righty Ramon Sanchez for the Silver Hawks.

    Contact Marc Katz at 937-225-2157.

    http://www.daytondailynews.com/sport...08dragons.html
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    Re: 4-7 minor league score updates(and boxscores)

    Code:
    CHATTANOOGA (9) AT JACKSONVILLE (7)
    
     CHATTANOOGA      AB  R  H BI  JACKSONVILLE     AB  R  H BI
     C Dickerson CF    6  2  3  2  T Abreu 2B        5  2  2  2 
     A Herr 3B         6  2  2  1  C Hu SS           4  2  3  0 
     J Votto 1B        5  1  2  3  M Kemp CF         5  1  3  2 
     J Colina 2B       5  0  1  0  A Laroche 3B      6  0  2  2 
     E Crozier RF      4  0  0  0  A Zapp 1B         5  0  1  0 
     M Perez C         4  1  1  0  J Ruggiano RF     5  1  1  1 
     N Varner LF       3  3  3  0  B Cresse C        4  0  0  0 
     A Machado SS      5  0  0  0  A Raglani LF      3  0  0  0 
     T Chick P         2  0  0  0  C Alvarez P       0  0  0  0 
     B Till P          0  0  0  0  C Brazell PH      1  0  0  0 
     J Coutlangus P    0  0  0  0  M Alexander P     0  0  0  0 
     L Bolivar PH      1  0  0  0  J Orenduff P      1  0  0  0 
     C Medlock P       0  0  0  0  T Nall P          1  0  0  0 
     G Patchett PH     1  0  0  0  W Ruan PH         1  1  1  0 
     D Shafer P        0  0  0  0  C Hoorelbeke P    0  0  0  0 
                                   S Garcia PH       2  0  0  0 
     TOTALS           42  9 12  6  TOTALS           43  7 13  7
    
     CHATTANOOGA               210 400 000 2--  9
     JACKSONVILLE              000 122 110 0--  7
    
     E--A Zapp, M Alexander, M Kemp. LOB--CHATTANOOGA 
     8, JACKSONVILLE 12. 2B--A Herr 2, A Laroche, M 
     Kemp, C Hu. 3B--C Dickerson 2. HR--J Votto 1 (1) 
     (off J Orenduff). SB--W Ruan 1 (1). S--N Varner, T
     Chick.
                                       IP   H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR
      CHATTANOOGA
     T Chick                            5   6   3   3   2   5   0
     B Till                             1   3   2   2   0   3   0
     J Coutlangus                       1   1   1   1   2   2   0
     C Medlock (W,1-0)                  2   2   1   1   1   1   0
     D Shafer (S,1)                     1   1   0   0   0   2   0
      JACKSONVILLE
     J Orenduff                     3 2-3  10   7   6   1   6   1
     T Nall                         2 1-3   0   0   0   1   5   0
     C Hoorelbeke                       1   2   0   0   0   0   0
     C Alvarez                          2   0   0   0   0   2   0
     M Alexander (L,0-1)                1   0   2   0   0   2   0
    
     WP--T Chick, D Shafer, B Till, T Nall. HBP--M 
     Perez by M Alexander, A Raglani by J Coutlangus. 
     SO--CAT: M Perez 3, J Colina 2, J Votto 2, A 
     Machado 2, E Crozier, C Dickerson, L Bolivar, G 
     Patchett, A Herr, T Chick. JAC: B Cresse 2, A 
     Laroche 2, A Raglani 2, A Zapp, J Orenduff, M 
     Kemp, C Hu, T Abreu, C Brazell, S Garcia. BB--CAT:
     E Crozier, N Varner. JAC: C Hu 2, B Cresse, T 
     Abreu, M Kemp. T--3:30. A--6,844.

    I picked Dickerson as my breakout player. So far he's making me look smart...


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    FORT MYERS  6 AT SARASOTA  0  
                                            
                                     YTD                                   YTD
    FORT MYERS         AB  R  H BI   AVG  SARASOTA           AB  R  H BI   AVG
    A.Casilla 2B        3  1  1  0  .375  B.Roberts CF        5  0  1  0  .333  
    T.Plouffe SS        4  1  0  0  .111  P.Gentry LF         3  0  1  0  .167  
    G.Guzman LF         5  0  2  2  .444  A.Rosales SS        4  0  2  0  .500  
    D.Winfree DH        5  1  2  2  .222  J.Garthwaite DH     4  0  0  0  .000  
    E.Andrus CF         4  0  1  1  .250  M.Schramek 3B       3  0  1  0  .286  
    J.Pickrel RF        3  1  1  0  .333  J.Purdom CAT        3  0  0  0  .167  
    K.Geiger CAT        4  1  1  0  .250  C.Strait RF         4  0  1  0  .125  
    J.Woodard 1B        3  1  0  0  .000  H.Hernandez 1B      4  0  4  0  .571  
    L.Hughes 3B         3  0  0  1  .143  H.Tiburcio 2B       3  0  0  0  .000  
    A.Swarzak PIT       0  0  0  0  .000  C.Kroski PH         1  0  0  0  .000  
    A.Garcia PIT        0  0  0  0  .000  S.Lecure PIT        0  0  0  0  .000  
    J.Martinez PIT      0  0  0  0  .000  W.Lundgren PIT      0  0  0  0  .000  
                                          B.Hendley PIT       0  0  0  0  .000  
                                          A.Woody PIT         0  0  0  0  .000  
    TOTALS             34  6  8  6        TOTALS             34  0 10  0
    
    FORT MYERS           1 0 2   0 0 0   0 0 3- 6  8  1
    SARASOTA             0 0 0   0 0 0   0 0 0- 0 10  1
    E--T.Plouffe, A.Rosales. DP--FORT MYERS 2, SARASOTA 0. LOB--FORT MYERS 7, 
    SARASOTA 10. 2B--D.Winfree (1), A.Rosales (1), H.Hernandez (1). 
    SB--A.Casilla 2 (2), J.Pickrel (1), H.Hernandez (1). HBP--J.Woodard. 
    SF--L.Hughes. SH--P.Gentry. 
                                                                    YTD
                                     IP   H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR     ERA
     FORT MYERS
    A.Swarzak (W,1-0)               5.0   4   0   0   2   5   0    0.00
    A.Garcia                        2.0   2   0   0   0   1   0    0.00
    J.Martinez (S,1)                2.0   4   0   0   0   1   0    0.00
     SARASOTA
    S.Lecure (L,0-1)                4.0   5   3   3   1   6   0    6.75
    W.Lundgren                      3.0   1   0   0   1   2   0    0.00
    B.Hendley                       1.0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0.00
    A.Woody                         1.0   2   3   3   2   0   0   27.00
    HB--A.Woody. SO--T.Plouffe 2, G.Guzman, D.Winfree, J.Pickrel 2, 
    K.Geiger, J.Woodard, B.Roberts, P.Gentry, J.Garthwaite 2, J.Purdom 2, 
    H.Tiburcio. BB--A.Casilla 2, T.Plouffe, J.Pickrel, M.Schramek, 
    J.Purdom. 
    T--2:35.  A--687

    Rosales keeps on truckin'. Reds 2B of the future if Phillips doesn't work out?


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    SOUTH BEND  9 AT DAYTON  8  
                                            
                                     YTD                                   YTD
    SOUTH BEND         AB  R  H BI   AVG  DAYTON             AB  R  H BI   AVG
    J.Batten 2B         5  0  1  1  .111  M.Griffin 2B        5  1  1  1  .400  
    R.Cruz PR           0  0  0  0  .000  P.Janish SS         5  1  1  0  .333  
    R.Cruz 2B           0  0  0  0  .000  J.Bruce CF          5  1  2  0  .400  
    L.Septimo RF        5  1  3  1  .273  B.Szymanski RF      5  2  2  1  .200  
    A.Hendricks LF      5  0  0  0  .200  B.Mosby 1B          5  1  1  1  .100  
    B.Byrne 1B          4  3  2  1  .444  G.Cabrera LF        4  0  1  0  .222  
    G.Thomson CF        4  2  3  1  .667  C.Tatum CAT         4  0  1  1  .125  
    O.Mercado CAT       3  0  1  3  .222  J.Roberts DH        4  0  0  0  .000  
    F.Curreri DH        4  1  0  1  .000  J.Reininger 3B      3  2  2  1  .429  
    S.Mena 3B           3  1  0  0  .000  C.Fisher PIT        0  0  0  0  .000  
    P.Ciriaco SS        4  1  1  0  .444  T.Young PIT         0  0  0  0  .000  
    A.Cupps PIT         0  0  0  0  .000  G.Melendez PIT      0  0  0  0  .000  
    R.Doherty PIT       0  0  0  0  .000  K.Haltwanger PIT    0  0  0  0  .000  
    V.Bongiovnni PIT    0  0  0  0  .000  
    J.Valverde PIT      0  0  0  0  .000  
    TOTALS             37  9 11  8        TOTALS             40  8 11  5
    
    SOUTH BEND           0 1 0   2 0 3   1 2 0- 9 11  3
    DAYTON               0 1 5   2 0 0   0 0 0- 8 11  1
    E--B.Byrne, O.Mercado, P.Ciriaco, J.Reininger. DP--SOUTH BEND 0, 
    DAYTON 0. LOB--SOUTH BEND 7, DAYTON 6. 2B--O.Mercado (2), J.Bruce (2), 
    C.Tatum (1). 3B--M.Griffin (3). HR--B.Byrne (1), B.Szymanski (1), 
    J.Reininger (1). SB--G.Thomson (1), B.Szymanski (1). CS--O.Mercado. 
    SH--O.Mercado. 
                                                                    YTD
                                     IP   H   R  ER  BB  SO  HR     ERA
     SOUTH BEND
    A.Cupps                         2.2   7   6   6   0   1   2   20.25
    R.Doherty                       2.0   4   2   2   0   2   0    9.00
    V.Bongiovnni (W,1-0)            3.1   0   0   0   1   2   0    0.00
    J.Valverde (S,1)                1.0   0   0   0   0   0   0    0.00
     DAYTON
    C.Fisher                        5.1   6   5   5   2   2   1    8.44
    T.Young                         1.1   2   2   1   1   0   0    6.75
    G.Melendez (L,0-1)              0.2   3   2   2   1   0   0   27.00
    K.Haltwanger                    1.2   0   0   0   1   2   0    0.00
    WP--A.Cupps 2, R.Doherty 2, C.Fisher, T.Young 2. SO--L.Septimo, 
    B.Byrne, F.Curreri 2, M.Griffin, B.Mosby, G.Cabrera, J.Roberts 2. 
    BB--B.Byrne, G.Thomson, O.Mercado, F.Curreri, S.Mena, J.Reininger. 
    T--3:16.  A--7724
    Jay Bruce with two consecutive multi-hit games to start the season.
    I miss Adam Dunn.


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