Originally written on Redlegs Review  |  Last updated 10/19/14
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Homer Bailey doesn't think the Reds are getting the attention they deserve around the league. He expressed his discontent about this matter in an interview with Cincinnati Enquirer's John Fay on Saturday. This coming on the heels of tossing the first no-hitter by a Reds pitcher since Tom Browning's perfect game in 1988. “No one’s even paid attention. You don’t hear about that on ESPN. We keep hearing about The Big Red Machine. Nobody’s talking about this team, this rotation, the things we’ve done, the amount of quality starts, the innings. Four guys over 200 (innings pitched). Five guys making every start. Johnny Cueto about to go for his 20th win," said Bailey. Cincinnati became only the eighth team in MLB history to have five pitchers start 30 or more games in a single season when Mike Leake started on Saturday. Additionally, the Reds bullpen boasts the lowest ERA in the league while Bronson Arroyo is set to become the fourth starter to eclipse 200 in...
2 Comments:
  • The Reds are being treated like the Republicans----No Matter what they do right they get overlooked for it. Great Job Guys---Keep it up and bring home the title. That will quite your critics...
  • Homer is spot on. All people want to talk about is the Yankees.
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