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Chattanooga Cruises to 16-4 Home Opening Win

April 12, 2022

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. – The Lookouts had an emphatic, 16-4, win over Birmingham in their home opener for the 2022 season. Chattanooga (2-2) broke it open in a seven-run fifth inning. Quincy McAfee opened the floodgates with a three-run home run and the Lookouts tacked on four more runs on five

Stephenson, Aquino surge for Cincinnati

Pair of Reds prospects leaps forward to lead promising bunch
October 18, 2019

Each offseason, MiLB.com goes position by position across each system and honors the players -- regardless of age or prospect status -- who had the best seasons in their organization. Click here to locate your favorite club.When the Reds began the season at No. 7 in MiLB.com's preseason Farm System Rankings, the

Prospect Roundup: Games of August 30

Dodgers' Wong stays hot; D-backs' Cron collects four hits
August 31, 2019

Dodgers C Connor Wong, Double-A Tulsa: 3-for-5, HR, 5 RBI, R -- The Dodgers' No. 28 prospect has been a force in the Drillers' lineup, and Friday's 7-5 loss to Corpus Christi was no different. The five RBIs marked a season high for Wong, who opened the scoring with a

Dragons' Siani stays hot with four hits

Reds No. 6 prospect extends hitting streak to six games
June 11, 2019

When Michael Siani steps to the plate, he's not too concerned with how many hits he's had or how many he could potentially have. For him, it's all about piecing together quality at-bats that will lead to success. And more often than not lately, his good at-bats have produced knocks.The

Prospect Roundup: Games of June 6

Padres' Urias keeps raking, eight's enough for Braves' Allard
June 7, 2019

Padres SS Luis Urías, Triple-A El Paso: 3-for-5, 3B, RBI, R -- There's been no let up for San Diego's third-ranked prospect, who extended his hitting streak to six games with three hits, including an RBI triple. Urias has hit safely in 17 of his last 18 games and posted his

Reds rally in ninth to top Redbirds, 4-2

Stallings delivers game-tying single, Siani posts go-ahead triple
August 25, 2018

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. -- Down by a run going to the ninth, Greeneville completed their fourth come-from-behind win of the week, as DH Brandt Stallings ' single and CF Mike Siani's triple helped the Reds defeat the Johnson City Cardinals, 4-2, in front a TVA Credit Union Ballpark-record 4,167 fans on Saturday night.With

Heatherly hollows Braves bats in 8-1 win

Lefty tosses five innings of one-hit ball, ties career-high with eight strikeouts
August 17, 2018

DANVILLE, Va. -- After RHPs Josiah Gray and Miguel Medrano 's strong performances on Thursday, LHP Jacob Heatherly took it up another notch on Friday. The 20-year-old surrendered one hit and struck out a career-high-tying eight, as the Greeneville Reds breezed past the Danville Braves, 8-1, at Legion Field.With the victory, Greeneville won its first series of

Jays power past Reds in opener, 10-5

Bluefield scores game's final seven runs to snag lid-lifter
August 6, 2018

BLUEFIELD, W.V. -- CF Mike Siani and RF Reniel Ozuna each collected three hits, but Bluefield scored the game's final seven tallies, as the Blue Jays defeated the Greeneville Reds, 10-5, on Monday night at Bowen Field.With the loss, the Redlegs dropped to 18-26 on the campaign. Bluefield's victory improved their mark to 27-19.Tied at

Reds top Twins in wild, rain-shortened affair, 11-9

Game called with tying runs on base in ninth due to downpour
July 21, 2018

ELIZABETHTON, Tenn. - Sometimes Mother Nature says enough is enough. After a 20-run, 29-hit contest, a torrential downpour brought a swift end to a 3-hour, 47-minute game, as the Greeneville Reds topped the Elizabethton Twins, 11-9, in a rain-shortened affair on Friday night at Joe O'Brien Field.With the win, the Reds

Siani's heroics lead Reds to extra-inning win, 3-2

19-year-old clubs first pro home run in 8th, drives in winning run in 10th
July 19, 2018

ELIZABETHTON, Tenn. -- After going 1-for-8 against left-handers through his first ten games, CF Mike Siani came through against a southpaw twice in the late innings. The 19-year-old delivered a go-ahead home run in the eighth and brought in the winning run in the 10th, as the Greeneville Reds topped the Elizabethton Twins,