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Despite a four-run eighth inning, Peoria was unable to rally and lost to Surprise 11-8 on Friday. They tallied 11 hits to the Saguaros' 12 and both teams committed an error in the game. Reds players played a big part in this game, but weren't able to assist in a victory.
-SS Didi Gregorius went 1-4, with an RBI (7) and a walk.
-1B Travis Mattair was 0-3, with a strikeouts, but drove in a run (2).
-RHP Drew Hayes started the game, allowing two unearned runs in two innings. He gave up one hit and one walk, while striking out one to bring his ERA to 4.85.
-RHP Josh Ravin pitched in relief and surrendered two earned runs in 1.2 innings on two hits and a walk. He allowed a home run and struck out one. His ERA is now 7.71.
-RHP Curtis Partch walked two batters, but got out of his one inning pitched with no harm to lower his ERA to 4.22.
It was deja vu on Saturday as the Javelinas lost 11-8 to the Mesa Solar Sox. 13 hits weren't enough for Peoria, as ...
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Votto is slated to remain in Cincinnati
for the next decade
by: Chase Fitzgerald
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Shortstop is a position that the Reds recently had a bit of an interesting situation arise with as Walt Jocketty reportedly said that he would be open to trading incumbent Reds starting shortstop Zach Cozart or the guy waiting in the wings at AAA in Didi Gregorius. One of those two players should be manning shortstop for the Reds over the next several seasons.
The top shortstop prospect...
It’s hard to believe it’s already time to start thinking about Redsfest, but the 2-day extravaganza of Cincinnati-Reds-related fun is December 7 and 8: less than a month away.
If you’ve attended Redsfest in recent years, you know there are lots of opportunities to stand in line. And get autographs! Here’s the current list of players who are confirmed to appear this year,...
The greatest fanfest in all of professional baseball is set to get underway December 7-8 at the Duke Energy Convention Center in downtown Cincinnati. The majestic event I am referring to is the annual bash known as Redfest. It's a place for fans to interact with the past, current, and future stars of the Reds.
With that in mind, here is a list of the players, coaches, and...
Frazier's bid to become the team's first NL ROY
since 1999 came up short on Monday
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As the saying goes, if something isnt broken why even tinker with it, why take a single screwdriver to it?
Such would seem to be the case with Cincinnati Reds closer Aroldis Chapman. And yet the Reds seem intent upon removing the closer title from his name and changing it to starter.
Should they do it? Will they do it?
A lot of factors need to fall into place for the Reds to accomplish...
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Ben and Sam discuss the Reds` and Angels` approaches to bullpen-building, how Cincinnati`s philosophy affects Aroldis Chapman`s future, and which way the wind is blowing where the closer role is concerned.