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New York Mets
Final: Phillies 2, Reds 4.
WP: Bronson Arroyo (2-1, 4.05 ERA) LP: Jeremy Horst (0-1, 9.53 ERA) SV: Aroldis Chapman (3)
Tonight's game remained scoreless up until the bottom of the seventh inning. Prior to that, the only real threat of offense from either club came in the bottom of the second inning with Jay Bruce on first base for the Cincinatti Reds. Todd Frazier made great contact off of Phils' starter Cliff Lee, sending a ball to the deep right-center field alley. Ben Revere somehow, someway tracked down the ball with his body fully extended and recorded the out. He then doubled-off Bruce at first-base to complete the double-play.
Lee was crusing in his first six innings of work, but struggled greatly in the latter-half of the seventh inning. He allowed runners to be on second and third base with nobody out, and then subsequently threw a ball in the dirt to allow the Reds' Joey Votto to score on the play for the first run of the game. After Bruce walked, Lee...
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When one door closes, another door opens.
Such is the case with Johnny Cueto and Tony Cingrani -- the latter of which figures to replace Cueto's spot in the rotation once the time comes.
On Monday, the Reds promoted RHP Justin Freeman from Triple-A Louisville to provide some help to a weary bullpen. However, Cingrani is expected to make Cueto's next scheduled start...
On December 11, 2012, Shin-Soo Choo was brought to the Cincinnati Reds along with Jason Donald in a three team, nine player trade that also involved the Arizona Diamondbacks. The trade sent former Reds center fielder, Drew Stubbs, to in-state rival Cleveland.
As the season drew closer, there were many questions as to how Choo would fair in center field and as a leadoff man in the...
CINCINNATI Brandon Phillips kneels in the on-deck circle and watches pitchers refuse to throw strikes to Joey Votto, watches them issue walk after walk after walk.Its the Fear Factor.And the ever-visible Brandon Phillips coast-to-coast smile goes international, an around the globe smile.More rib-eye steaks and I do love steak, said Phillips, referring to RBIs in the baseball vernacular...
The Cincinnati Reds have lost top starter Johnny Cueto for at least a few weeks because of a strained muscle in his back, the third significant injury for the defending National League Central champions in the season's opening weeks.
Cueto went on the 15-day disabled list on Monday. The Reds called up right-handed reliever Justin Freeman from Triple-A Louisville, a boost to...
The Reds enjoyed a full season of healthy starting pitching on their way to an NL Central crown last season. This year is already a different story, though, as they'll have to do without their Opening Day starter for at least the next 15 days. Cincinnati placed right-hander Johnny Cueto on the disabled list Monday with a strained back muscle he suffered over the weekend.
The Reds received a scare when Johnny Cueto was placed on the disabled list with a strained lat muscle. As he returned to Cincinnati for further testing yesterday, the minor leagues’ hottest pitcher took the mound in Louisville awaiting to hear whether he would replace Cincinnati’s ace. In three Triple-A starts, Tony Cingrani destroyed the International League: he struck out...
Oh A rough week for the Reds lose 5 in a row and their ACE goes down. Back home with beatable teams and a stud prospect comes up so lets look forward instead of looking back! We Have a new Sponser use promo code “RedLeg” on CincyShirts.com to save 15%
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The Reds started the same 5 starting pitchers for basically the entire season last year. After Johnny Cueto’s injury, the Reds stand no chance of repeating that again this year. Cueto strained a muscle in his back during his start in Pittsburgh on Saturday night.
If you remember correctly, Cueto suffered a pulled oblique muscle in the first inning of a playoff game against...
The Phillies are coming off of their second-straight series win of the year after the Roy Halladay of old returned against the Marlins yesterday. The Good Doctor threw 8 strong innings, allowing an earned run on five hits while walking one and striking out two to notch his 200th career...
Phillies (6-6) at Cincinnati Reds (5-7)Matchups: Monday - 7:00 - Cliff Lee v. Bronson ArroyoTuesday - 7:10 - Oh No, It's KK v. Homer BaileyWednesday - 7:00 - John Lannan v. Mike LeakePitching:The Phils will miss the Reds' two top starters, Mat Latos (3.26 ERA) and Johnny Cueto (2.60 ERA). Instead, they'll see the three mediocre arms listed above. All three have ERA'...
Philadelphia Phillies (6-6) at Cincinnati Reds (5-7)
Cliff Lee (2-0, 1.08) vs. Bronson Arroyo (1-1, 5.25)
Time: 7:10 pm, Great American Ballpark
TV: ESPN, PHL 17
Weather: Partly Cloudy, 68
Media: Twitter and Facebook
First, let us send out thoughts and prayers to the people who may have been affected by the heinous bombings at the Boston Marathon. We certainly hope that if you have...
Homer Bailey and Kyle Kendrick were nothing short of spectacular tonight. After an hour and twenty minute rain delay in Cincinnati, the two starters squared off, and the duel bagan. Much like last night's ballgame, the Phillies' offense was nowhere to be found. Through EIGHT innings, the Phils had gathered...
Reds (5-6) at Pirates (5-6)
1:35 PM–PNC Park, Pittsburgh
The Bucs go for a sweep of the Reds this afternoon, which would obviously be awesome. They’ve won 4 of 5 while Cincinnati has lost 4 in a row, so momentum is on the Bucs’ side for sure. They may need it today with a tough matchup on the mound, but hey, they beat Cueto last night (well, kinda)...