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    Friday 8/17/2012 Reds' Minor League Updates

    Louisville and Charlotte in a pitching duel. Charlotte leads 1-0 after six. Kanekoa Texeira started and pitched very well. He gave up just one hit in five innings of work and no runs. Will Ohman and Carlos Fisher worked the sixth when Charlotte scored their lone run. Neftali Soto stays hot, lashing a couple of singles. Costanzo, Miller and Puckett with one single apiece.
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    Pensacola dropped the opener of a twinbill 4-1. Brett Tomko pitched a nice game for Mobile, going five innings and giving up just one run. Kyle Lotzkar started for the Blue Fish, giving up only two hits, but three runs, in four innings. Lutz and Vidal with two hits each.
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    In game two Pensacola is kicking a little butt. They are up 7-1 in the third. David Vidal has two more hits, including his 8th roundtripper. Lutz and Vidal with two base knocks. Mark Serrano is the beneficiary of the offensive output. He has allowed one run in two innings.
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    Re: Friday 8/17/2012 Reds' Minor League Updates

    Robert Stephenson with a strong outing. He went five innings, allowing just two hits, three walks, one run while striking out five. Dragons trail 5-3 heading into the ninth.
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    Louisville gets strong pitches but the bats sputter. Neftali had three hits, including a double. Louisville falls 2-0.
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    Re: Friday 8/17/2012 Reds' Minor League Updates

    Mark Serrano dealing. Mills adds hit 8th of the season. Lutz with his third hit. Pensacola up 9-1. No stolen bases so far for Billy Hamilton. Lutz picking up the pace. 9 for his last 16.
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    Re: Friday 8/17/2012 Reds' Minor League Updates

    Dayton falls 5-3.
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    Re: Friday 8/17/2012 Reds' Minor League Updates

    Amir Garrett with a fine outing for Billings. Three scoreless frames. One hit, one walk and three punchouts. Carlos Sanchez with two hits, including his 9th triple on the season. Zachary Vincej has walked and doubled and is now hitting .429. Beau Amaral and Matt Lentz with singles. Mustangs lead 3 zip.


    Garrett, in his two starts for the Mustangs, has now gone six scoreless innings. He has allowed just four hits and one walk. He has fanned five.
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    Re: Friday 8/17/2012 Reds' Minor League Updates

    Hamilton strikes out in the 6th. That will probably be his last at-bat tonight.
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    Re: Friday 8/17/2012 Reds' Minor League Updates

    Vidal has hit his second HR of the game. The 4-5-6 hitters in the Pensacola lineup--Mills, Lutz, and Vidal--are 9 for 12 with 3 HR, 7 RBIs, and 7 runs scored. Wahoos lead 10-1 in the seventh. Billy is 1-4 with no swipes.

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    Re: Friday 8/17/2012 Reds' Minor League Updates

    Bakersfield scored 4 in the first, 2 of them on Selsky's 16th HR, counting his 3 in Dayton.

    High Desert scored 5 in the second. Daniel Renken is having a really, really rough time of it lately.

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    Re: Friday 8/17/2012 Reds' Minor League Updates

    Pensacola wins the second game 10-2. Billy ends the night 3 steals short of Vince Coleman.

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    Re: Friday 8/17/2012 Reds' Minor League Updates

    Bakersfield jumped out to a 4 zip lead before surrendering the lead. They now trail 11-8 after six. Daniel Renken got roughed up to the tune of 9 runs in 2.2 innings. Travis Mattair had two more hits as well as Steve Selsky, Theo Bowe, Chris Berset and Kurt Muller. Stay tuned.
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    Re: Friday 8/17/2012 Reds' Minor League Updates

    Billings was leading 3 zip after five and then all heck broke loose. Mustangs' pitchers give up 11 runs in a four-inning flame out. Carlos Sanchez ended the night with three hits, Zachary Vincej with two. Billings falls 11-3.
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    Re: Friday 8/17/2012 Reds' Minor League Updates

    Bakersfield ended up losing 11-10. Selsky was 4-4, bringing his Cal League average to .351 with a .420 OBP. Earlier in the year, he hit .281 in 228 AB in Dayton.

    Theo Bowe was caught stealing twice. He has quite a flair for that.


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