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Cincinnati Reds (25-16) vs. Philadelphia Phillies (19-22) Tony Cingrani (2-0, 2.89) vs. Cliff Lee (4-2, 2.86) TIME: 7:05, Citizens Bank Park TV: PHL 17 Weather: 68, sunny Media: Twitter and Facebook News and notes: -Mike Adams had an MRI and is considered day-to-day, although a DL stint is not quite out of the woods. He has a mild back strain, and if he does do to the DL they can retro him to 5/11. -Ruben Amaro Jr. gave an update on Carlos Zambrano. Big Z will throw two innings in an extended spring training game, or somewhere around 30-40 pitches tomorrow. They will then ramp him up to 50 pitches his next outing. -John Lannan will throw a bullpen session on Monday or Tuesday according to Amaro, but he’s still not all that close to being ready. As for tonight’s game, the Red hot Reds are in town and looking to get on base. That’s what Shin-Soo Choo and Joey Votto do. They are 1-2 in the NL in OBP, with Choo getting on at a ridiculous .458 clip this season. As Corey Seidman pointed...
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