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Syracuse 2 Louisville 1
-Brett Tomko (0-6) cannot catch a break. Despite lowering his ERA to 3.12, and tossing 6.2 innings of two-run baseball the Bats (17-37) still lost. Carlos Fisher added two scoreless frames.
-Tomko also went 1-2, providing his only run support with an RBI. 2B Cody Puckett recorded two hits and the only run.
Pensacola 7 Jackson 3
-Kyle Lotzkar (2-1) struck out eight, allowing just two runs over six innings for the Blue Wahoos (25-28). Drew Hayes threw two scoreless innings of relief.
-SS Didi Gregorius, RF Josh Fellhauer, and 1B-LF Stephen Hunt all had a hit and an RBI. LF-2B P.J. Phillips went 2-5 with a double, an RBI, and two runs scored. C Mark Fleury collected two doubles, two RBI, and a run.
Bakersfield 7 San Jose 5
-The Blaze (29-23) pulled to within 2.5 games of the first place Giants by beating them Wednesday. Starter Justice French gave up all five runs in 3.2 innings. Pat Doyle (4-2) struck out one in 3.1 perfect inni...
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Todd Frazier played real-life hero Monday. Tuesday, he went 2-for-4 with two RBI in the Reds' 8-1 win over the Pirates.
But what Frazier did Monday was getting more attention.
Frazier and teammate Ryan Ludwick were having a dinner at a downtown Pittsburgh restaurant when they saw a man choking.
Two women with the man were unsuccessfully trying to perform the Heimlich Maneuver...
Cincinnati Reds rookie third baseman Todd Frazier may have chosen the wrong carrer path. Instead of becoming a professional athlete, maybe training as an EMT would have been a better decision. After Monday's afternoon game aganist the Pirates, Ryan Ludwick and Frazier went to have lunch at a local resturant. During the meal a patron close to them was choking on his food, and...
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It appears that someone on the Cincinnati Reds grounds crew wanted to show off his dance moves for the cameras and provided us with this clip. Watch as he busts out the YMCA likes its nobodies business: Your browser does not support iframes.
While the cat’s away, the mouse will get tied up tight in a hotel room with some napkins (of all things) and robbed?
Uh, yeah. That’s what happened to the girlfriend of Aroldis Chapman while the couple were in Philadelphia during the Cincinnati Reds road trip.
I don’t know where Aroldis was at the time, but his lady should have known better than to answer the...
Something very strange, dark and mysterious is going on surrounding Aroldis Chapman.
It was just over a week ago that I declared him the lynchpin to the Cincinnati Reds 2012 uprising. A night later he gets in trouble for driving his car 101 miles an hour in Grove City. I thought little of it. Earlier this week, Chapman’s ‘girlfriend’ was found at a hotel in Pittsburgh bound...
Cincinnati Reds third baseman Todd Frazier has experienced quite a memorable week. On Saturday afternoon at the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Frazier managed to hit a dinger off the Colorado Rockies‘ Jamie Moyer with the bat slipping out … Continue reading →
Strap up your high-top sneakers, folks! Here's all the informationregarding this Saturday's Redlegs Run, courtesy of the Reds:
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Cincinnati Reds Todd Frazier saved a man choking on a 'sizable piece of meat' Monday night while dining with teammate Ryan Ludwick:
Frazier and teammate Ryan Ludwick were eating dinner on Monday...
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Jay Bruce had three hits, including a pair of doubles, Todd Frazier drove in two runs to cap an eventful day and the Cincinnati Reds cruised by the Pittsburgh Pirates 8-1 on Tuesday night.
Homer Bailey (4-3) gave up one run on four hits, walking one and striking out four while pitching his second career complete game.
Frazier doubled and tripled in his first two at-bats hours after...
The Reds had an off-day yesterday to recover from their first lost series in the last six.
Tonight the Reds visit the Houston Astros. Just two days after facing an “A.J.” in A.J. Burnett for the Pirates, tonight they take on a “J.A.” in J.A. Happ, who’s going for the ‘Stros. Mike Leake will take the mound for the good guys.
Joey Votto: Rock of Consistency...
When Sparky Lyle strode from the bullpen the mound at Yankee Stadium during his days as a premier relief pitches in the mid- to late 1970s, organist Eddie Layton would play "Pomp and Circumstance." That probably wouldn't work as a ballpark song these days, but to hear Dusty Baker tell it, perhaps the traditional graduation accompaniment should be played on the sound...
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When Cincy included 1B Yonder Alonso in the trade package that brought Mat Latos to the Queen City this offseason, a lot of folks around Reds country were sad to see the young slugger go. Not just because he's a formidable threat at the plate, but because of his outgoing and friendly persona as well.
Seen here is the...
Here are several pictures from the game the RHM clan attended on Memorial Day in Pittsburgh at PNC Park. The Cincinnati Reds started their series against the Pittsburgh Pirates and lost 4-1 thanks to a bad outing from Bronson Arroyo and a no-show by the offense.
The Pirates’ winning streak came to a screeching halt on Tuesday night, as the Reds took it to the Bucs in a big 8-1 win.
Charlie Morton got off to a good start with a 1-2-3 first inning, but lost it after that. He was catching far too much plate and was up in the zone far too often, and the hot-hitting Reds (Monday excluded) made him pay for it. He allowed three doubles, a triple...