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Ryan Hanigan
Hanigan

Triple-A: Drew T. Anderson homered and Ryan Hanigan was 5 for 5 in Louisville's 8-4 win. Adam Rosales, Chris Dickerson and Danny Richar each had 2 hits, and Carlos Fisher and Daniel Ray Herrera combined for 5 strikeouts. Hanigan's batting average is up to .323 with a respectable .808 OPS. The Bats, by the way, have won 8 of 9, are 8 games ahead of Toledo for first place in the International League West and are 23 games over .500 (71-48).

Danny Dorn
Dorn

Double-A: The Lookouts blew a 7-2 lead in the 2nd inning and lost 18-16. Lots of hits to go around: Danny Dorn had 2 homers, Sean Henry, Chris Valaika and Justin Turner had 2 hits each and Drew Stubbs was 3 for 5 with 2 RBIs. Despite all the scoring, Ramon Geronimo extended his earned-run-less streak.

High A: Juan Francisco homered in Sarasota's 6-5 loss. Logan Parker was 2 for 4. Francisco is tied for second in the Reds' system with Brandon Waring and Todd Frazier at 17. Dorn has 18 total homers.

Low A: Neftali Soto was 2 for 5 in Dayton's 2-1 loss. Jeff Jeffords, fresh off his unsuccessful double-promotion, suffered the loss in this one, too.

Rookies: Juan Duran was 0 for 3 in the D-Reds' loss.