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Bailey's struggles lately are a cause for concern
Goodyear, Arizona -- The Redlegs (9-12-1) partook in their final split-squad scrimmage of the spring on Saturday and consequently fell to the visiting Giants (12-8) by a tally of 6-4. Homer Bailey got the start for the club and labored through another sub-par outing. Here's the full recap of the good, the bad, and the notables for the contest:
- Zack Cozart had another hit today to raise his spring average to a gaudy .447. He looks primed to assume the everyday shortstop duties for the club.
- The majority of the team's scoring came off the bat of Daniel Dorn. The left-hander popped a 3-run dinger out of the yard in the sixth.
- Billy Hamilton drew a walk, stole a base and scored a run in his only plate appearance.
- Clay Zavada and Nick Christiani combined to toss 2 2/3 innings of 1-hit,shutout baseball. They fanned three and walked only one.
- Ryan Hanigan gunned down two potential base stealers.
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The Ryan Madson affair isnt a case of crying over spilled milk for the Cincinnati Reds, it is a case of crying over spoiled milk.
It is if somebody paid for a half gallon of milk in a convenience store and when they opened it for consumption it was spoiled.
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Reds closer Ryan Madson will miss the entire 2012 season with a torn ligament in his pitching elbow which will require Tommy John surgery, John Fay of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Madson signed a one-year $8.5mm deal with the Reds after his four-year $44mm deal with the Phillies fell through.
Sean Marshall who was acquired from the Cubs this offseason, appears set to take over...
Cincinnati Reds right-handed pitcher Ryan Madson will miss the entire 2012 season because of a torn ligament in his right elbow.Madson had discomfort in his elbow at the start of spring training and didn't pitch in any exhibition games.The 31-year-old signed a one-year, $8.5 million deal with the Reds in January.Madson saved 32 games in 34 opportunities for the Philadelphia Phillies...
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March Madness continues to roll on. Here's a little reading material to help get you caught up on the latest Reds-related happenings:
* David Schoenfield of ESPN.com's SweetSpot blog breaks down what the team should do about their starting rotation in this piece from Thursday.
* Ryan Madson continues to be sidelined with a sore right elbow. He was scheduled to...
According to John Fay of the Cincinatti Enquirer, Ryan Madson will have Tommy John surgery. He says the "ligament was torn off the bone."
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