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Saturday was a night to forget for all teams in the Cincinnati Reds organization as five squads set out in search for victories and none emerged successful.
Lehigh Valley 5, Louisville 3 F/10
- The Bats (11-26) dropped a 10-inning affair to the visiting Iron Pigs. The loss marked the eighth in their last nine games. Jeff Francis got the start and lasted 6.1 innings while allowing 10 hits and three runs. All three runs came via solo homers. Carlos Fisher took the loss dropping his season record to 0-2.
- Louisville was out-hit, 15-8, but did manage to get two hits a piece from 2B Willie Harris and 3B Chris Valaika in the losing cause.
Birmingham 0, Pensacola SUSP
- Saturday's contest between the Barons and Blue Wahoos was suspended due to rain. The game is scheduled to be made-up on Sunday as part of a back-to-back doubleheader.
Inland Empire 8, Bakersfield 7 F/13
- The Blaze (20-15) and 66ers took part in a wild one on Saturday night. Bakersfield rallied to score...
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The Cincinnati Reds (18-16) won the first game of the series against the Atlanta Braves (22-14) as Homer Bailey pitched a strong game and Brandon Phillips knocked in a clutch run in the 8th inning. Bailey and the bullpen effectively shut down the Braves bats as the Reds won 3-1.
-Homer Bailey pitched perhaps his best game of the season, allowing only 1 run over 6...
Reds third baseman Scott Rolen went back on the 15-day disabled list Saturday because of more soreness in his left shoulder, a chronic problem late in his career.
The 37-year-old infielder had surgery to clean out the shoulder last August, but hasn't fully recovered his swing. He was batting only .174 with two homers and 11 RBI when he called the team on Saturday and suggested...
Tonight’s Cincinnati Reds’ game against the Washington Nationals will feature a 2012 Joey Votto bobblehead doll giveaway. Or as I’ve taken to calling it, the Vottohead doll.
<img src="http://www.red-hot-mama.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/2012-joey_votto_bobblehead-272x550.jpg" alt="" title="It's not a doll! It's an action figure!"...
Joey Votto made history yesterday, and Cooperstown took notice. Though his three-homer performance against the Washington Nationals wasn’t a first (heck, Votto has done it before himself), it was the first time one of those three home runs was a walk-off grand slam.
The … [visit site to read more]
Usually Monday is for the Minor League Team Progress Report, but that is pushed until tomorrow as there was a whole lot of things going on that weren’t covered between Friday and today. First thing to get to is the recent slew of transactions through the organization.
Mike Costanzo – promoted to the Reds
Miguel Rojas – promoted to Louisville
Wirfin Obispo – promoted to Louisville...
Joey Votto hit a grand slam in the ninth inning for his third home run of the game, rallying the Cincinnati Reds to a rain-delayed 9-6 victory over the Washington Nationals on Sunday.
Votto hit solo homers in his first two at-bats and finished a big day with his second career slam with two outs in the ninth.
Washington came into the game with only 15 homers allowed all season,...
Mike Leake continues to struggle mightily. He fell to 0-5 on the year, and his ERA rose to 7.71 in the Reds' 7-3 loss to the Washington Nationals on Friday night. He went only three innings and allowed six runs on seven hits, including two home runs. "We're all concerned," manager Dusty Baker said. "We've been concerned. As far as we know, he's...
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Here's the last of Joey Votto's three home runs on Sunday. I'm still in awe. The guy is simply amazing.
Well, it's a good thing Bryce Harper got his frustrations out on Friday night. Harper suffered through another tough night at the plate on Saturday (0-4, 1K, 5 LOB), capped off by a three pitch strikeout to Aroldis Chapman (99 MPH foul, 87 MPH foul, 100 MPH whiff).
(Screengrabs via MASN/MLB.TV)
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I knew trailing 6-5 in the 9th, that if the Reds could get Joey Votto to the plate that they would win the ballgame.
All that needed to happen was Chris Heisey reaching base. By the way I had seen Votto going earlier in the day, it didn’t matter how hard Henry Rodriguez was throwing. His fastball was simply too straight to sneak past Votto three times...
Now that the Reds’ series victory streak was snapped at the
hands of the Nationals over the weekend that just means that its time to start
a new one, right? Well, they will just have to wait on that, at least in the
traditional sense as they’re on the road for two games at Atlanta. It’s quick
and hopefully fun, just like this preview.
I wanted to write a game wrap for this afternoon’s tonight’s rain-delayed game, but there are really only two things to … [visit site to read more]
The latest press release from the Reds...
CINCINNATI (May 12, 2011) – Major League Baseball recently announced the 30 winners of the 2012 Honorary Bat Girl program, which recognizes baseball fans who have been affected by breast cancer and demonstrate a commitment of “Going to Bat” in the fight against the disease.
The winner of the Honorary Bat Girl Contest for the...
Hasn't been the best of times since Bryce Harper cut off his skullet, eh? Friday night: 0-5, smacks himself in the eye with his bat. Saturday: 0-4, finishes his day by striking out on three pitches against Aroldis Chapman. Then on Sunday, Harper lost a Jay Bruce fly ball in the twlight/mist/clouds/sky in the 8th inning (video here). Ball lands ~15 feet behind him on the warning...
The Marlins’ Giancarlo Stanton and the Reds’ Joey Votto both delivered big on Mother’s Day. And not just to Mom either.
The two combined for a pair of walk-off grand slams, which hasn’t occurred in over 14 years. The last two to do so were Mo Vaughn of the Red Sox and Steve Finley of the Padres. For Stanton, his slam came in much more dramatic fashion, finishing off an unlikely...