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Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips made sure the blame was spread around Tuesday night. He just conveniently left himself for last.
Phillips’ comments after the Reds lost to the Pirates 6-2 in the National League wild-card playoff game are getting a little scrutiny, and that’s not simply because they include some usual Phillips bluntness. What sticks out is that, with the loss still fresh, Phillips called out his teammates — before finally tossing himself in the mix, too.
“We deserve everything. We choked,” Phillips said, according to Yahoo! Sports. “We did. I don’t care how people really feel, or my teammates, how they feel about what I’m saying right now, because it’s the truth. Either you win or you go home, and I’m going home, and the last place I want to be is on my couch. I don’t want to do that. But it happened today, and it sucks, man. I mean, it’s terrible.”
Phillips quickly followed that up with an assessment of his own performance. He went 0-for-4 and was not exactly spa
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The Reds kept their lineup virtually intact in the offseason, hoping it was ready for a push deep into the playoffs. They didn't add anything at midseason, thinking they were still fine.
They paid for those decisions in another playoff flameout.
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Cincinnati Reds' pitcher Mat Latos found out on Monday that the soreness he's been experiencing in his right elbow is because of a bone spur.
As reported by Mark Sheldon of MLB.com, an X-ray taken on Latos' elbow revealed the injury. He was originally slated
to start Tuesday's National League Wild Card Game vs. the Pirates, but will now miss the start in favor...
0-5 what more can I say the Reds needed to win the series vs the Pirates and they’re on the way to Pittsburgh. Hopefully on to St. Louis after tonight.
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Reds score 8 Runs in 5 games and lose all 5
1 HR in last week
9 extra baase hits
Latos threw 7 innings 4 hits 1 Run...
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Liriano has been dominant at PNC Park this season
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The federal government and the Cincinnati Reds both shut down Tuesday and the Reds won’t be back until next April.
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