BP has been smokin' at the plate as of late.
It was a good night to be a Reds fan as the boys took care
of business for their fourth straight win, starting the trip to the Big Apple
in style with a 7-3 win over the Mets. With the win, Cincy moves to a
season-best nine games over .500 at 36-27 and moved to four games up on
The offense remained in sync as the Reds accumulated 11 hits
and have now picked up 10 or more hits in six of their last eight games. Certainly,
the “good” list for this one is the longest I’ve had all season – and that’s
certainly a good thing. Here’s the breakdown of the night’s action:
-Although it was ugly, Jay Bruce started the scoring with an
inside-the-park home run in the first. Mets outfielder Jason Bay seemingly
suffered (another) concussion when he slid head first into the fence in left
and was noticeably wobbly on his way off the field afterward.
-Aroldis Chapman put his ...