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Reds manager Dusty Baker says he doesn't understand why Cubs
pitcher Matt Garza was incensed by Johnny Cueto's pitch high over
David DeJesus' head.
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The Reds manager wishes MLB were more like the NHL, at least when it comes to settling disputes between two teams.
700 WLW's Lance McCalister posted on his blog a video of Chicago Cubs pitcher Matt Garza speaking poorly about Johnny Cueto and accusing him of head hunting.
From McCalister's blog:
"If Cueto has any problem, he can throw at me and I'll definitely return the favor," he said. "I didn't like that one bit. We don't retaliate. We just take...
After the Reds ace threw over the head of one of his teammates, Matt Garza lashed out at his rival, telling him "you don’t go after guys heads".
Dusty Baker is from the old school, and apparently he wants us all to know that.
After Johnny Cueto sent a pitch over the head of Cubs center fielder David DeJesus, his fellow teammate Matt Garza proceeded to go off on Cueto.
Garza told Cueto, among other things that “if he has something to say about it, he knows where to find my locker and definitely I’ll find his.”
Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto was incredibly upset with himself after he struck out in his first at-bat against the Cleveland Indians on Monday. He let his emotions get the best of him and tossed out a few expletives, which were unfortunately picked up by the television microphones. This did not make manager Dusty [...]
In Sunday afternoon’s game between the Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds, Reds starter Johnny Cueto threw a pitch over the head of Cubs second baseman David DeJesus in the sixth inning. A warning was issued to both clubs, as tension had already commenced beginning in the fourth inning when Cubs starter Matt Garza hit Todd Frazier with a pitch.Following the game, a 5-4 victory for...
Panoramic shot from the sun deck.The RHM crew headed out for its first Cincinnati Reds game of the season over Memorial Day weekend, catching the final game against the Chicago Cubs on Sunday.
Johnny Cueto started the game, and I felt fairly confident that the Reds would both sweep the hapless Cubs and provide us with the 11 strikeouts for the free LaRosa’s pizzas. Sadly, neither...
They may be two of the premier pitchers in the NL Central, but it’s not likely that Matt Garza and Johnny Cueto will soon be sitting down for a beer together.
During the Red-Cubs matchup on Sunday, Garza hit Reds third baseman Todd Frazier with a pitch early in the game. A couple innings later, Cueto retaliated by throwing a pitch over the head of the Cubs’ David DeJesus. Both...
Cubs pitcher Matt Garza didn't like the Reds' Johnny Cueto throwing over his teammates' head on Sunday and he vented about it after the game.
Well, Cincy manager Dusty Baker thinks Garza and Cueto should settle it hockey style -- with their fists.
''I just wish they'd put them in a room and let them box and it would be over with -- like hockey,''...
The Cubs happened to win today’s game, despite a short outing by Matt Garza, and snap a long losing skid. There was a small incident within the game that should’ve remained insignificant but didn’t for whatever reason. In the sixth inning, Johnny Cueto, who was cruising along to that point, threw a pitch over David DeJesus‘ head. Cueto had been agitated since the beginning...
Temperes flared in yesterday's Cubs game after Reds starter Johnny Cueto threw a pitch over David DeJesus's head in the sixth inning. Cueto was visibly pissed with DeJesus at the start of the game when he felt DeJesus stepped out of the batters box several times and took way too long to get ready at the plate. Both benches were warned after the pitch, and Cueto had to stand...
Jon Fay of the Cincinnati Enquire writes in his article”Dusty Baker could replace Mattingly in L.A.” that Cincinnati Reds manager Dusty Baker is a possible replacement for Don Mattingly, if the Dodgers fire him.
He bases his opinion on a report according to FOXSports. com’s Ken Rosenthal. I have never put much stock in Rosenthhal, or Fay for that matter.
This is not the first...
The Reds held a comfortable 4-0 lead over the Cubs on Sunday when Cincinnati starter Johnny Cueto threw a pitch over David DeJesus’ head. Since Matt Garza had hit Todd Frazier with a pitch two innings earlier, both benches were warned by the home plate umpire. The Cubs eventually won the game in extra innings. [...]
Ever since the fight between the Reds and Cardinals when Johnny Cueto kicked Jason LaRue in the head, the Reds haven’t exactly been a favorite opponent among other major league teams. This weekend did not help for their popularity whatsoever.
The Reds wrapped up the series with the Chicago Cubs on Saturday with a 5-4 loss. But the game is not what made the headlines afterwards...