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    Re: Wednesday 4-25 minor league updates (Bailey Pitching)

    Jay Bruce is 0-for-1 with a walk.

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    Re: Wednesday 4-25 minor league updates (Bailey Pitching)

    Gardner: 6 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 2 BB, 3 K, 10 GO/5 FO

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    Re: Wednesday 4-25 minor league updates (Bailey Pitching)

    Gardner with another very solid outing. He has performed well beyond any expectation I had for him coming into the season.

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    Chattanooga update

    Luke Lockwood getting roughed up again. 3ip, 7h, 1bb, 4 runs.

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    Re: Wednesday 4-25 minor league updates (Bailey Pitching)

    Richie has worked very hard to get back to where he's at and is doing awesome so far. I hope I didn't jinx him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baseballmom View Post
    Richie has worked very hard to get back to where he's at and is doing awesome so far. I hope I didn't jinx him.
    Lol hopefully you dont have the same problems I do. About 5 minutes after I said his ERA was under 2.00, he allowed a run to put it back over 2.00. I jinxed Chris Valaika the other day by talking about his hit streak and how unreal its been. Next day he goes 0-4. I should not talk about guys lol.

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    Re: Wednesday 4-25 minor league updates (Bailey Pitching)

    Chattanooga update

    Cody Strait has an RBI single. Lookouts trail 4-1.

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    Well, the other team got 3 runs but, all unearned. I guess I jinxed the team, Richie came out and Rusic is in.

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    Re: Wednesday 4-25 minor league updates (Bailey Pitching)

    Chattanooga update

    Luke Lockwood 5ip, 10h, 2bb, 3k, 6er. Lookouts trail 6-1

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    Re: Wednesday 4-25 minor league updates (Bailey Pitching)

    Farm report: Top prospect Homer Bailey took the loss in Triple-A Louisville's 5-1 defeat vs. Richmond on Wednesday afternoon. Bailey allowed three runs, one earned, and four hits over six innings. He walked one and struck out two. Both of the runs scored in the fourth inning were unearned and gave Richmond the lead.

    Bailey lowered his ERA to 1.69 through four starts.

    "He did fine," said Krivsky, who was at the game. "He probably didn't have his best fastball but he used his secondary pitches well."

    http://cincinnati.reds.mlb.com/news/...=.jsp&c_id=cin

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    Re: Wednesday 4-25 minor league updates (Bailey Pitching)

    Asadoorian pitched the 8th inning for Sarasota: 1 IP, 0 Hits, 0 Runs, 0 BB, 2 K

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    Re: Wednesday 4-25 minor league updates (Bailey Pitching)

    Quote Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine View Post
    Farm report: Top prospect Homer Bailey took the loss in Triple-A Louisville's 5-1 defeat vs. Richmond on Wednesday afternoon. Bailey allowed three runs, one earned, and four hits over six innings. He walked one and struck out two. Both of the runs scored in the fourth inning were unearned and gave Richmond the lead.

    Bailey lowered his ERA to 1.69 through four starts.

    "He did fine," said Krivsky, who was at the game. "He probably didn't have his best fastball but he used his secondary pitches well."

    http://cincinnati.reds.mlb.com/news/...=.jsp&c_id=cin
    On Opening Day, Tracy Jones claimed that he talked to a scout that said Bailey was down to 92-93 mph on his fastball in his spring training games. Hopefully he was just taking it easy because those starts didn't matter, but reading what Krivsky said doesn't give me a lot of confidence.

    Anyone have any reports on his velocity?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue View Post
    On Opening Day, Tracy Jones claimed that he talked to a scout that said Bailey was down to 92-93 mph on his fastball in his spring training games. Hopefully he was just taking it easy because those starts didn't matter, but reading what Krivsky said doesn't give me a lot of confidence.

    Anyone have any reports on his velocity?
    Same as last year.

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    Re: Wednesday 4-25 minor league updates (Bailey Pitching)

    Are you saying that only a strike out is a "Good Out" while GO's and FO's are lucky? Granted GO's and FO's have a greater chance of falling for hits, but that don't mean the pitcher is "Lucky" when they don't, it's called skill, not luck. A ground ball pitcher can locate his pitch and have a hitter ground out to the location he wants them to, it's not always controlled by the batter, thus it's not luck. Maybe this is what Homer's doing, working on off speed stuff to help his chances in the majors, cause we know having a good fastball is not enough, espically for starters.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Defense...ing_statistics

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    Absolutely great to see Richie pitching well again. Anyone have any reports on his stuff/velocity? Any chance he can approach his form of 2004?


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