Found March 17, 2012 on Redlegs Review:
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A green Reds' hat? That ain't right. It's just spring training but it's always nice to beat those rivals from the north and that's just what the Reds (7-9-1) did in convincing fashion on Saturday, beating the Indians (4-9) by a score of 9-2. Bronson Arroyo had his best outing of the spring, while Zack Cozart led the way offensively. Now let's take a look at the good, the bad, and the notables from today's St. Patrick's Day bout: The Good: -Brandon Phillips got things off to a good start with a leadoff homerun. -As mentioned Zack Cozart had a huge day, going 2-3, both triples, with three RBIs, and a run scored. -Chris Valaika had a nice day, subbing in for Phillips, with two hits and two RBIs in three at-bats. -Looking to get on track this spring, Chris Heisey had a strong 2-2 day, including two runs scored and two stolen bases. -Bronson Arroyo had a great start, throwing four innings of one run ball, allowing four hits, while striking ...
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