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Back on Saturday, Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth hit a long home run off of Cincinnati Reds pitcher Sean LeCure in the seventh inning to built a 5-1 to the team that used to be known as the Montreal Expos.
As cameras followed the ball out of the Great American Ballpark, keep an eye on the fan wearing the sunglasses as he snags the ball while holding his young son:
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A fan made an impressive catch of Washington Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth's home run during the seventh inning of Saturday's game at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, as the fan caught it barehanded with his left hand while carrying his young son in his right hand.
Very impressive. The Reds might want to sign this guy...
In a new feature this year, I am going to have a scouting notebook post each Saturday with notes from the previous week. With the minor league season beginning just this past Thursday, there is only so much to talk about, but there are still plenty of things to note.
The right hander started for Dayton in the opener. His fastball ranged from 92-99 MPH, mostly sitting...
The Redlegs (4-2) took the rubber match of the series Sunday by turning away the Nationals (4-2), 6-3.
It was matchup pitting two aces against one another: Washington's Stephen Strasburg vs. Cincinnati's Johnny Cueto. Although the affair promised to be a pitcher's duel, it certainly didn't start out that way.
Strasburg surrendered three runs to the host Reds...
CINCINNATI Just another work day for Xavier Paul is to show up at the ballpark and be ready to do whatever Cincinnati Reds manager Dusty Baker asks.Pinch-hit? Hes ready.Pinch-run? Hes ready.Late-inning defense? Hes ready.Hand Baker a wristband or a toothpick? Hes ready.So Sunday morning in Great American Ball Park was different for the 28-year-old Paul, a native of Sidell, La. When...
Sunday was the kind of pitching matchup normally reserved for opening games of playoff series. The marquee reads Johnny Cueto vs. Stephen Strasburg and people take notice, tickets are bought and butts are filling the seats.
The actual pitching didnt live up to the hype. The Reds and Nationals offenses, proving the old adages about how everyone puts their pants on one leg at a time...
This guy’s got balls. If he misses that catch, disaster could’ve struck and really harmed his child. We’re sure his wife is not pleased either way.
But this guy wasn’t going to let that happen, as he snagged the ball with perfection, prompting cheers from those around him. H/T USA Today Sports.
Louisville won 6-4. Box Score
Jason Donald went 4-5 with 2 doubles, an RBI and a run.
Henry Rodriguez went 1-4 with a walk.
Mike Hessman went 0-2 with a walk and 2 RBI.
Felix Perez went 1-3 with a run and a walk.
Konrad Schmidt went 1-4 with a double, RBI and a run.
Krisopher Negron went 1-2 with 2 walks and a run.
Josh Fellhauer went 1-1 as a pinch hitter.
Chad Reineke threw 4...
St. Louis Cardinals' fans and Cincinnati Reds' second baseman Brandon Phillips have quite a history, dating back to an altercation between Phillips and Cardinals' catcher Yadier Molina back in 2010.
Ever since, Cardinals' have booed Phillips every time he comes to the plate, fields the ball or breathes. Phillips repaid Cardinals' fans with a game-winning...
A bitter division rivalry will be renewed Monday night as the Cardinals play host to the Reds at Busch Stadium. Adding to the luster of the game is the fact that it marks the home opener for Mike Matheny's crew.
Naturally, this presented St. Louis Post-Dispatch writer Bernie Miklasz the opportunity to once again hail St. Louis as "The Best Baseball Town in America....
ST. LOUIS (AP) Brandon Phillips kick-started a nine-run ninth inning with a tiebreaking bloop double and Shin-Soo Choo made amends for two botched fly balls with a three-run double, and the Cincinnati Reds spoiled the St. Louis Cardinals' home opener with a 13-4 victory on Monday.
Mitchell Boggs (0-1), the stand-in closer for St. Louis, yielded six runs while getting only one...
The Washington Nationals had a rough series opener against the Cincinnati Reds on Friday night losing 15-0, which was the worst loss in team history since 2005. The Nats looked to come in to recover from that beating on Saturday afternoon behind Ross Detwiler, and they did just that, even if it did come off the rails a bit in the late innings.
Speaking of Detwiler, he had quite...