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Bees Mount Heroic Comeback to Best Sacramento in Extras

September 20, 2023

The Salt Lake Bees (30-40) scored five runs over the final two innings of regulation and then walked it off on a Chris Okey RBI single in the 10th to take down the Sacramento River Cats (31-39) 7-6 on Tuesday night. The Bees quickly fell into a two-run hole on

Bees Fall to River Cats

July 8, 2023

The Salt Lake Bees (41-43, 4-6) fell to the Sacramento River Cats (40-44, 6-4) 8-1 on Friday night. Both starters were dealing early, keeping a scoreless game through the third inning. The Bees loaded the bases in the third but could not get a run across before Sacramento loaded the

Louisville's Okey hits for the cycle

The backstop claims the seventh cycle in Bats history
June 4, 2022

Chris Okey already had a single, a home run and a triple in the game when he was on-deck with two outs in the ninth inning on Saturday night. The backstop had already driven in three runs and scored twice, and Triple-A Louisville had a sizeable lead on the scoreboard.

Lookouts' Isabel extends homer streak

Reds No. 25 prospect joins Minor League century club
May 25, 2019

It's been several days since Ibandel Isabel hasn't homered in a game, and he wasn't going to let the streak end on Saturday.The 25th-ranked Reds prospect launched a two-run shot in the fifth inning to extend his long ball streak to five games as Double-A Chattanooga beat Birmingham, 7-4, at AT&T Field.

Okey hits the trifecta for Lookouts

Reds No. 30 prospect drives in career-high seven runs
May 22, 2019

Chris Okey needed just six innings to eclipse his season total in home runs and RBIs.Cincinnati's 30th-ranked prospect went yard in his first three at-bats for a career-high seven RBIs in Double-A Chattanooga's 8-6 win over Birmingham on Wednesday night. It was Okey's first career multi-homer game and his first

Tortugas' Rodriguez collects five hits, four RBIs

Reds No. 10 prospect thriving since moving to top of the lineup
May 20, 2017

Alfredo Rodriguez may still need some time to adjust to baseball in the United States, but he's beginning to find his niche in a different way.Signed for $7 million as an international free agent last year, the Reds' No. 10 prospect went 5-for-5 with a career-high four RBIs on Saturday as