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Shin-Soo Choo thought he had hit his 11th home run of the season Tuesday night when he rounded second base after clubbing a first inning ground-rule double. Doh!
Second base umpire Eric Cooper had to set him straight, and Choo had to settle for his 12th double of the season, instead. The 30-year-old later came around to score on Joey Votto's RBI single.
Choo wound up with a multi-hit game. The same can also be said for every starting position player in the lineup outside of Jay Bruce.
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Johnny Cueto pitches to the Cubs leadoff hitter in the bottom of the first.On Sunday, in the Reds’ last game of a series against the Cubs, many less-than-ideal things happened: Logan Ondrusek blew the save, Joey Votto didn’t have any RBI, and the Reds lost in extras. But the one thing that made the news was a sixth-inning pitch Johnny Cueto let fly that didn’t pass by in front...
Neftali Soto had a big week for the Louisville Bats over the last 8 days.
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The Indians chose to pitch to Joey Votto in the eighth inning with one out and Zack Cozart on third and the game tied 2-2. Manager Terry...
In the ninth inning of yesterday’s Indians/Reds game, with his team holding a 4-2 lead, Reds closer Aroldis Chapman buzzed a 100-mph heater past Nick Swisher’s head, and Indians radio announcer Tom Hamilton lost it. You can see the pitches and hear Hamilton’s reaction at the video posted here, which includes his statement that, “what you’d love to see Swisher do here...
Xavier Paul singled home a pair of runs in the first inning, and
the Cincinnati Reds completed a two-game home sweep of the
Cleveland Indians with an 8-2 victory on Tuesday night that was
free of any up-and-in acrimony., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/redhot-reds-roll-vs-indians
Shin-Soo Choo: Could he be a target for the Mets this winter?
In a recent interview with Matthew Cerrone of MetsBlog, ESPN’s Buster Olney talked about the free agent market, specifically how the Mets will have to approach the offseason in order to land some of the best players on the market:
For example, take Shin-Soo Choo, who is a free agent this fall. I think the Mets will...