CHRIS HEISEY RUMORS & GOSSIP
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Chris Heisey put his power on full display Wednesday night by depositing a home run into the upper deck of Busch Stadium.
Heisey's ninth home run of the season came in the top of the ninth inning off St. Louis Cardinals reliever Fernando Salas and effectively gave the Reds a 10-0 lead.
It's not everyday you see a ball end...
Cincinnati Reds outfielder Chris Heisey exited last night’s
contest against the Milwaukee Brewers after being hit by a pitch on the elbow
by Wily Peralta in the second inning. X-rays taken following the HBP came back
negative, but manager Dusty Baker told reporters – including Mark Sheldon of
MLB.com – that he doesn’t expect Heisey to play today.
After almost two months recovering from a hamstring issue, Chris Heisey has been activated and is back in the lineup as the designated hitter against the Oakland A’s tonight.
Heisey had been playing games with the AAA Louisville Bats for the last week, going 4 for 20.
“I felt really good at the plate,” he said. “I didn’t have the results to show for it, but I hit some balls...
LOUISVILLE, Ky. Patience isnt a word thats often been associated with Chris Heisey. The Reds outfielder got to big leagues in part because of his hustling style. It was that hustling style that led to Heisey not just aggravating but making worse the right hamstring he originally strained on April 27 at Washington during his first rehab assignment at Double-A Pensacola in May.
The Cincinnati Reds were hoping to have outfielder Chris
Heisey back from injury in the not too distant future, as he had been spending
time on a minor league rehab assignment. However, it looks like this return
will be pushed back, as Heisey recently re-strained his hamstring, according to
John Fay of The Cincinnati Enquirer.
Heisey re-strained his hamstring. He's off...
ESPN's Keith Law recently highlighted eight players who he believes are destined to take a leap forward in performance this season. One of those players he included was Reds platoon outfielder Chris Heisey.
Here is what Law had to say about him:
I've always thought the Reds didn't like Heisey, given how they've relegated him to super-sub duty in the outfield...
GOODYEAR, Ariz. A fan asked an interesting question about Cincinnati Reds outfielder Chris Heisey: If he played on another team would he be an everyday player?Most likely, depending upon the team, the answer would be in the affirmative because the 28-year-old resident of Mechanicsburg, Pa., certainly has the ability and the drive and the confidence.He lives in the right town because...
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Is there any single play in baseball more exciting than an inside-the-park home run? Most likely not. The only other occurence I can think of that may rival it is a play at home plate. Well, the video clip above has BOTH.
Chris Heisey spent all of spring training and six weeks of the season looking for his swing.
"All spring, I was waiting for my swing to click," he said. "I didn't want to press too hard because it was spring training. It never really did. For the first month or so, I was pretty much completely lost at the plate."
Heisey's average was hovering around .200...
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Heisey's shining moment last year came when he clubbed
three homers in a single game vs the Yankees in June
Heisey didn't always get ample opportunities to play in 2011, but he took full advantage when he did. In just 279 at-bats he managed to clobber 28 extra base hits (18 homers) and drive in 50 runs, all the while playing great defense wherever needed. If you were...