While I was off at the Futures Game, the pitchers down in Louisville decided to have some fun of their own. Tony Cingrani made another rehab appearance for the Louisville Bats and threw four hitless innings with three walks and five strikeouts. He also hit a batter. The lefty then gave the game over to another lefty, as David Holmberg took the ball out of the bullpen. Holmberg pitched...
David Holmberg will be called up from Triple-A Louisville and start Thursday's game against Miami, according to Reds.com. Holmberg, who has the unenviable task of opposing Jose Fernandez, is 4-6 with a 4.78 ERA for Triple-A Louisville this season. The left-hander appeared in seven games for the Reds a season ago and went 2-2 with a 4.80 ERA. (h/t Reds.com)Photo Credit: Andy Lyons/Getty Images
After a very rough start to the 2014 season at the big league level where his ERA was 18.56 in the first two starts David Holmberg has put together three straight good appearances. The first was as a reliever where he tossed a shutout inning of work. It was a good sign as he had never had an appearance, over three previous starts in his career, where he hadn’t given up at least...
MILWAUKEE -- In his 12 big-league innings this season prior to Saturday night, Cincinnati Reds left-hander David Holmberg had allowed 11 earned runs on 17 hits with 12 walks. But it seems as if any pitcher facing the Milwaukee Brewers for the first time these days is usually in line for a good outing. Holmberg allowed just a solo home run to Aramis Ramirez over six innings of work...
CINCINNATI -- David Holmberg didn't have time to think about the St. Louis Cardinals' lineup Monday night. That's probably a good thing. Holmberg had to relieve Reds starter Dylan Axelrod, who left after seven pitches because of a right oblique strain, and produced his best outing in the major leagues in a 5-0 loss to the Cardinals. Holmberg pitched 5 2/3 shutout innings against...
CINCINNATI (AP) The Reds sent left-hander David Holmberg back Triple-A Louisville on Friday, a day after another rough start, and called up right-handed starter Daniel Corcino. Holmberg gave up six runs in 2 2-3 innings of an 8-0 loss to Atlanta on Thursday night. In two starts for Cincinnati this season, the left-hander has faced 37 batters and allowed 21 of them to reach base...
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Taking a look at what we could expect from left hander David Holmberg as he makes the start for the Cincinnati Reds tonight.
A scouting report on newly acquired left handed pitcher David Holmberg.
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