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Posts Tagged ‘Norfolk Tides.’

Reds activate Cairo from DL; send Harris to Triple-AAA Louisville

 

Willie Harris on Sunday traveled from Pittsburgh with the rest of his teammates as they headed to Milwaukee. But on Monday, instead of getting ready to play the Brewers, Harris had to get ready to board another plane and head towards Louisville where the Bats are playing the Norfolk Tides. That’s the life of a MLB utilityman, majors one day, minors another or released.

Miguel Cairo is back to help the Reds bench (photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

The move was needed to make room for Miguel Cairo’s activation from the 15-day disabled list on Monday, the Reds sent Willie Harris outright to Triple-A Louisville.

Willie Harris (Photo by Jason Wise of Getty Images for MLBpressbox.com)

Harris, who has 72 hours to report to Louisville, was batting .086 (3-for-35) on the season. His main job was to be the only left-handed pitch-hitter. He was signed to a Minor League deal in January and made the team out of Spring Training.

The 38-year-old Cairo went on the DL on April 17 because of a strained left hamstring. He played three games on a rehab assignment at Class A Dayton, going 0-for-10 with two strikeouts. Cairo is very valuable as a utilityman as he can play 3B, SS, 2B, 1B and the outfield if need be.

Another player who was in the mix to go back to Louisville, Todd Frazier, who is right-handed and was called up from Louisville after Cairo went to the disabled list, did not have to worry about a demotion after batting .389 (7-for-18) in his 10 games.

With Harris gone, the Reds have no left-handed  hitters off the bench.

 

Info compiled from the Cincinnati Reds

Clippers nip Tides in 10 innings, 6-5

 

Cord Phelps (file photo)

Columbus Clippers shortstop Cord Phelps always comes up with the big hits.

Phelps capped off a huge series against the Norfolk Tides in Virginia, by coming through with an game-winning RBI single in the 10th inning Sunday to give the Clippers a 6-5 win.

In the 10th inning, Paul Phillips drew a leadoff walk off Mark Worrell (0-2). Luis Valbuena sacrificed him to second base. Kyle Smith was put into the game to pinch-run for Phillips and scored on Phelps’ two-out single.

Phelps drove in three runs in the game and a total of nine for the series.

The series saw three of the four games go extra innings.

Joe Martinez (4-1) was the winner and Josh Judy picked up save number seven.

 

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

Clippers lose in 13 at Norfolk, 2-1

(courtesy of Norfolk Tides via wikipedia commons)

The Norfolk Tides beat the Columbus Clippers in 13 innings Saturday night, 2-1 in Norfolk, Virginia.

Josh Bell blooped a one-out single to score Whitehall, Ohio native Matt Angle with the winning run.

The loss ends the Clippers’ winning streak at seven.

Justin Germano (0-1), Columbus’ fourth pitcher of the game took the loss, working 1.1 innings.

Albert Castillo (2-4) got the win for Norfolk, pitching three innings.

 

Info courtesy of Columbus Clippers

Clippers go 10 innings to win at Norfolk

 

Paul Phillips (courtesy of Columbus Clippers)

The Columbus Clippers took their winning ways on the road Thursday night and beat the Norfolk Tides in 10 innings, 5-1.

Paul Phillips knocked in the go-ahead run with a single. Cord Phelps followed with a bases clearing double to highlight a four-run inning.

Lonnie Chisenhall belted a sixth inning solo homer for the Clippers only run before the tenth inning outburst.

Zach Putnam earned the win with two scoreless innings and Josh Judy closed the game out in the tenth.

 

Info courtesy of the Columbus Clippers

Former Reds manager Dave Miley earns 1,500th career victory

Dave Miley recorded his 1,500th managerial win Friday night as the Scranton/ Wilkes-Barre Yankees beat the Norfolk Tides, 2-1.

The 48-year-old Miley, saw his record improve to 1,500 wins and 1,134 losses during a 19-year career in the minors. He also managed the Cincinnati Reds for parts of three seasons from 2003-2005.

Dave Miley SWB Yankees (MiLB)

The Florida native had spent 26 years in the Reds organization before joining the Yankees in 2006. In four years with Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, he’s managed the club to the best record in the International League at 315-220). He was selected IL manager of the year in 2007; led the Yankees to the Governors Cup title in 2008 and a berth in the Championships Series in 2009.

compiled from International League, Minor League Baseball and Scranton/Wilkes-Barre news

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