“This is the first time in awhile that Reyes has had a rough outing, but I think everyone else went out and threw well,” Schofield said. “We were in it the whole time, we just didn’t pull it out.”
Senzel strong: Reds 2016 first-round draft pick Nick Senzel has made a quick adjustemt to Dayton.
Senzel entered Saturday’s game hitting .313 with six doubles and seven stolen bases in 12 games.
Stephenson improving: Since coming off the disabled list with a wrist injury, 2015 first-round Reds pick Tyler Stephenson has shown improvement.
Stephenson, who was hitting .160 prior to his DL stint, is hitting .300 in the first four games since his return to raise his average to .202.
Look familiar: The Dayton Dragons, and their fans, know all about South Bend's Eloy Jimenez.
Jimenez grabbed the attention of the rest of baseball during the Futures game as part of All-Star week in San Diego.
Jimenez ripped a sixth-inning double to drive in the World’s first run, then he jumped over a railing down the right-field line and hung on to make a spectacular catch on a foul ball.