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Friedl Named Mary E. Barney MVP Award Winner

October 6, 2021

LOUISVILLE, KY – The Louisville Bats today announced that outfielder TJ Friedl has been named the winner of the team’s Mary E. Barney MVP Award for the 2021 season. Friedl, 26, made his Triple-A debut with the Bats this season and hit .264 (102-for-386) with 59 runs scored, 32 extra-base

Four Solo Shots Not Enough as Bats Nipped by Saints

Barrero, Lopez, Moustakas, Friedl combine for season-high four home runs
August 3, 2021

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Jose Barrero, Alejo Lopez, Mike Moustakas, and TJ Friedl combined to record a season-high four home runs, but the St. Paul Saints scored two runs in the bottom of the eighth on a single into left and an errant throw to the plate to defeat the

Dragons' Friedl belts three homers in two games

Reds prospect goes deep once in resumed game, twice in second
May 25, 2017

Dayton and Great Lakes went 13 innings without scoring Wednesday night before rain suspended the Class A game. Not long after the sides resumed at 10:35 a.m. Thursday, T.J. Friedl provided an onslaught all his own.The Reds' No. 15 prospect homered in the 16th inning of the first game --

Friedl capitalizes in Dragons' twinbill

Reds No. 16 prospect collects four hits, five RBIs in sweep
April 30, 2017

T.J. Friedl has enjoyed the role of table-setter this season for Class A Dayton, but in two games against Great Lakes on Saturday night, the leadoff man became the beneficiary.The Reds' 16th-ranked prospect totaled four hits, drove in five runs and scored twice as the Dragons swept a twinbill from

MWL notes: Dragons' Friedl plays the field

Reds No. 16 prospect splitting time evenly across the outfield
April 27, 2017

On Monday, Dayton's T.J. Friedl played in center field.On Tuesday, Friedl was penciled in at right.On Wednesday, Friedl trotted out to patrol left.

Reds' Friedl hard to ignore in pro debut

Overlooked as Draft-eligible, outfielder homers twice for Mustangs
August 6, 2016

It's no surprise T.J. Friedl had a serious case of butterflies before his professional debut on Friday -- he didn't expect to be making it until next year.In any case, he was feeling much better by the end of the night."I'm pretty much on cloud nine," he said. "Standing out