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Farmers Only Weekend Harvest: Anthony DeSclafani and John Lamb rehabbin'

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Two pieces of the Reds rotation make their first rehab starts

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Friday

Indianapolis Indians 13, Louisville Bats 1

Johnny Lamb got chopped in his first rehab start, pitching 2.2 innings giving up 11 hits and 9 earned. That'll sting. A.J. Morris pitched 1.1 inning in relief, giving up a home run. Pedro Villarreal pitched 2 innings giving up 3 runs, Stephen Johnson and Layne Somsen "Somsen" cleaned up the last 3 innings. The offense could only manage 2 hits, one a piece from Jermaine "Lee" Curtis and Seth Mejias "Three" Brean "Casserole". Jose Peraza managed to walk twice and scored the run.

Jackson Generals 1, Pensacola Blue Wahoos 0

Daniel Wright got the start and was brilliant. Wright wasn't Wrong in his 6 IP, 2 H, 1 BB, 6 K performance. Nick Routt "66" worked 2 innings. allowing only a hit and striking out 2. Kyle McMyne, however, couldn't hold down his end of the bargain, giving up the winning run in the top of the 9th. A whole slew of Wahoos hit doubles, including Phil Ervin, Donald Lutz and Zack Vincej, but no one could manage anything more than that.

Daytona Tortugas 0, Tampa Yankees 4

"HIs Name Was" Jake Paulson gave up 4 earned in his 5 innings, walking 3 and striking out 2. Seth Varner, Ismael Guillon, and Alex "Kenny" Powers were unblemished through the rest of the frames. Chad "Donold" Tromp smacked 2 doubles, Avain "Bird Flu" Rachal had a hit and walked twice, while Angelo Gumbs walked twice, but the Tortugas couldn't manage a run.

Dayton Dragons 1, West Michigan Whitecaps 8

Tanner "Cloudy and" Rainey gave up 8 hits through 3.1 IP, allowing 5 earned and 3 walks. Jake "Jack" Johnson gave up 5 hits and 3 earned with 4 strikeouts. Michael Sullivan and Manuel Aybar allowed 3 hits combined and no runs to finish the game, but it wouldn't be enough for the Dragons. Shed "Don" Long smacked 2 doubles and Luis Gonzalez had 2 hits and the only RBI on the night.

So, yeah, not a good night for the org on Friday.

Saturday

Indianapolis Indians 1, Louisville Bats 0

Josh Smith pitched pretty well, going 7 IP, allowing 6 hits but only 1 run, with 6 strikeouts. Chad "Shark" Rogers and Steve Delabar finished up, allowing a hit a piece. The Bats offense could do nothing as Josh Smith, the pitcher, was the only one to record a hit.

Jackson Generals 4, Pensacola Blue Wahoos 10

The org. finally got on the board on Saturday with the Wahoos busting it open. Anthony "Disco" DeSclafani made his first start of the season in this one, going 4 innings, allowing 4 hits, 3 ER (on 2 HR), and 5 strikeouts. "Double" Barrett Astin went 3 in relief, allowing nothing on 3 Ks. Wandy Peralta gave up 2 hits and a run in his inning, while Carlos "Not That" Gonzalez allowed nothing in the 9th.

The offense was finally productive. Alex "The Great" Blandino was 3-5, with 2 doubles and 2 runs scored and an RBI. Uncle Phil Ervin had a walk and an RBI, while Tony Renda and Brandon Dixon had 2 hits and 2 RBI a piece.

Daytona Tortugas 1, Tampa Yankees 3

Tyler "Good Golly Miss" Mahle started the game and went 6 innings, allowing 2 hits, 3 earned runs and a walk to go along with 8 strikeouts. Nick Howard was perfectly Nick Howard in that he went 0.1 with 3 walks. Brennan "Sarn" Bernardino pitched 0.2 IP with 1 hit allowed, while Jacob "Record Scratch" Ehret allowed 2 hits and nothing to finish the game. For the offense, Blake Trahan collected a double, Aristides Aquino whacked a triple, while Jonathan "Rey Don't Think So" Reynoso hit the only RBI of the game.

Dayton Dragons 2, West Michiagn Whitecaps 4

Jacob Constante got the stat for Dayton, pitching 5 innings allowing 4 hits, 1 run to go with 5 strikeouts. Austin Orewiler relieved for 2.1, allowing 5 hits, 2 walks, and 4 earned runs, along with the game. Juan Martinez finished 0.2 IP, allowing just a hit. Narcisco "Captain" Crook had 3 hits (including a home run), James Vasquez, Shane Mardirosian, and Ed Charlton all whacked 2 hits.

Sunday

Louisville Bats 9, Norfolk Tides 0

Robert Stephenson got the start and was good for Louisville. Bob Steve went 6 full, allowing only 3 hits and 3 walks with 2 strikeouts. Keyvius "I Wanna Talk To" Sampson went 2 IP with 4 strikeouts, while Jumbo nailed down the game with a clean inning. The offense was short on real prospects (the top line ones, at least), so of course they'd break out for 9 runs. Kyle "Pubescent" Waldrop was 2-4 with a homerun and 3 RBI. Steve "Too" Selsky was 2-5 with 2 RBI, Jermaine "Dupree" Curtis went 3-4 with 2 runs scored and an RBI, while Carlos Triunfel went 4-5 with 2 runs scored.

Jackson Generals 3, Pensacola Blue Wahoos 6

Nasty Nick Travieso hurled the first 4 innings in this one, giving up 4 hits, 2 walks and 2 earned runs, fanning 5. El'Hajj picked up the next 2.1 innings giving up 4 hits and a run, striking out 2. Peralta and Alejandro Chacin picked up the 2 inning save, with 3 hits and 3 strikeouts. Ray Chang had 3 hits and 2 RBI, Alex Blandino knocked a run in with a hit, Chad Wallach had 2 base knocks, while Eric Jagielo had a hit, a run scored, and a walk.

Daytona Tortugas 6, Tampa Yankees 5

Keury "Yella" Mella got the start and went 4.2 IP, allowing 3 hits, 5 BB, and 2 ER with 2 strikeouts. Seth Varner got 0.2 IP allowing 2 ER, Ehret Ehret went 0.2 IP allowing only a hit, Guillon went 1 innings with 2 strikeouts, and Jimmy Herget went 2 IP, allowing 2 hits, 1 earned run with 3 strikeouts. Angelo Gumbs continued to swing a big bat, getting 2 RBI on a double. Garrett Boulware and Reynoso each chipped in an RBI. Taylor "Bubba" Sparks walked thrice and scored a run.

Dayton Dragons 4, West Michigan Whitecaps 3

Jose Lopez went 5.2 IP allowing 5 hits and 2 ER to go along with 7 strikeouts. Michael Sullivan relieved for 1.1 IP of 1 hit ball, Manuel Aybar went 1.0 IP allowing 1 run, while Jeremy Kivel "And Bits" nailed down the save in 1.2 innings with 2 strikeouts. Shed Long finished his hot weekend with 2 hits including a double, Tyler Stephenson was 1-3 with an RBI and a run scored. Charlton had a double on 2 hits, a run scored and an RBI, while Hector Vargas was also 2-4 with an RBI.