Kyle Lohse will be making his next rehab start somewhere on Tuesday with some minor league team that is working at home, but Springfield is off and Memphis is in Reno again tomorrow. The next highest level is Palm Beach which is home against Bradenton tomorrow. My best guess for where we will “see” Kyle Lohse tomorrow will be in Palm Beach.
I guess you will have to tune in to the DFR tomorrow to find out!
UPDATE: Lohse is travelling to Reno to pitch for Memphis. So much for that theory.
The Memphis game gets a (late) tag you used to see in those old-timey things called newspapers and I’ll update it in the morning. is updated.
UPDATE: Also, Tyrell Jenkins will report to Johnson City late this week or early next week as he will be signed at Busch Stadium on Friday.
- Lance Lynn is on the bump for the Redbirds and gave up 1 run in 6 innings.
- Eduardo Sanchez pitched a shutout inning.
- Bryan Anderson was 2-4 with a 2 run HR.
- Dan Descalso was 3-5.
- Ruben Gotay had a 2-4 night with 2 walks.
- I await your ideas about what the heck is going on in the Tulsa logo. Is the baseball player pregnant with a baseball? I don’t get it.
- Arquimedes blinded me with science! – 6 IP, 8 Ks, 2 walks, 3 hits, 2 runs (1 earned)
- Tom Eager and Scott McGregor blew a 8th inning lead for the S-birds.
- Andrew Brown the first had a single and a solo shot.
- Steven Hill had a two run HR.
- Matt Carpenter (anyone heard of him? It’s almost like no one has been talking about him the last few weeks) was 2-3 with a walk.
- Tommy Pham doubled and walked.
- Deryk Hooker is still getting adjusted to Palm Beach, but he did K 6 and walk 2 only allowing 2 ER in 5 innings.
- Casey Mulligan got the save with an inning of all zeroes.
- Niko was 2-3 with a double and a walk.
- D’marc had a solo shot.
- Ryan Jackson had a double in a 1-4 effort.
- Jorge Rondon ho-hummed through 4.1 innings with a 3 runs, 3 Ks, 3 walks.
- Daniel Calhoun had 3 Ks to 0 BB in 2.2 1 run innings.
- Aaron Terry got the save and Chris the Notti with the hold.
- Luis Mateo was 2-5 with a solo HR.
- Colin Walsh went for 3-5 with a 3-bagger.
Batavia’s game vs. Vermont was cancelled.
- Patrick Daugherty pitched the first 4 innings allowing 3 runs on 6 hits.
- Aidan Lucas got the win pitching the last 2 no-hit innings with 1 K.
- Oscar Taveras had himself a 3-5 night with 2 doubles and a grand slam HR with 5 RBIs. The slam tied the game and one of his doubles untied it.
- Kleininger Teran had a solo shot.
- Steven Virgil Hill had a double and 2 walks.