Found June 09, 2012 on Redlegs Review:
Todd Frazier and his 2 RBI weren't enough to beat the Tigers On a day of highly anticipated elimination games in the NBA and NHL, there was a very intriguing baseball game to watch. The Cincinnati Reds (32-26) hosted the Detroit Tigers (27-32) in a 4 o'clock game that allowed for many viewers to watch the game and also watch the playoff games in the other sports. Bronson Arroyo and JustinVerlander, perhaps the games best current pitcher, matched each other through-out the game and handed it over to the bullpen. Despite the season long struggle of the Tigers bullpen and the success of the Reds, Detroit was able to pick up the win 3-2. Here is a look at the Good, Bad, and Notables. The Good -Bronson Arroyo pitched very well giving up only 2 runs in 7 innings. He is having a good season after last seasons struggles -Logan Ondrusek pitched 1.1 innings of hit-less baseball, while walking 1 -Joey Votto extended his hitting streak to 15 games. He had a hit, 2 wal...
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