Frazier is 1-for-3 with a RBI single and Waring is 2-for-2 with a double, homer, and a walk.
It seems like every other minor league update thread I click on Brandon Waring has done something. Not a bad start at all.
Devin Mesoraco, Todd Frazier, Nefi Soto, and Brandon Waring. That's a solid collection of bats that Buckley picked up in this years draft. Blake Stouffer, the switch-hitting infielder drafted in the 4th round from Texas A&M also looks like a potential solid hitter, though he remains unsigned at this point. After Jay Bruce and Joey Votto, the Reds system lacks a big bat in the lower minors but that looks like it could change now.
Now, if we can just get Milton Loo back and on the field. I hope to see him in Spring Trainging with the Reds next year.
Nice couple innings for Pauly tonight. Maybe there's something left in the tank?
I'm pretty sure others have stated the poor condition of Billings' infield, so IMHO, I'm not worrying about a few errors. If it continues when he's in Dayton, then I'd start being slightly concerned.
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