Chapman is now 0-3 with two blown saves in
his previous seven outings
Tuesday's edition of the Battle of Ohio at Progressive Field unfolded much differently than Monday's 19-run, 27-hit slugfest. Instead of offense, stingy pitching was on full display by the Redlegs and Indians. However, the end result on Tuesday was just the same for the Reds (38-29) as they fell victim to another one-run defeat -- this time by a tally of 3-2 in 10 innings to the hands of the rival Indians (35-32).
Cleveland shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera stuck the proverbial dagger into the Redlegs with his walk-off, 2-run homer in the bottom of the 10th off closer Aroldis Chapman.
Let's have a look at the good, the bad and the notables from the rivalry bout:
- Justin Verlander and Detroit beat up on the Cardinals. That's perhaps the only silver lining to tonight's heart-breaking defeat.
- Sean Marshall has been mighty good since moving back to a setup role. The south...