Cup check on the high-five line
Reds’ pitcher Johnny Cueto was clearly a happy man after recording a win Sunday against the Pirates. Cueto celebrated the win by giving teammate Mike Leake a little surprise treat. [Deadspin]
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Cincinnati Red‘s ace Johnny Cueto has a very unique way of celebrating after a win. Cueto picked up his 16th victory of the season this afternoon over the Pittsburgh Pirates, and decided to celebrate it by flicking teammate Mike Leake’s crotch. Check this out: H/T: Deadspin
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Johnny Cueto somehow lowered his ERA even further with an 8-inning, 2-run outing in Pittsburgh, leading the Reds to a 3-2 win. In celebration of his outing and 2.26 ERA, Cueto very casually flicked the genitals of teammate Mike Leake. Follow Andrew Doughty on Twitter @Adoughty88 [Deadspin] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Before the All-Star Break, it looked like the Cincinnati Reds were going to be serious postseason contenders in the second half. Unfortunately in the end the team had too many injuries to overcome, and fell out of the race altogether. They’re currently 10 games out of first in the NL Central with a 63-68 record. Now the Chicago...
When the Chicago Cubs visited Great American Ball Park last month, the Cincinnati Reds won four of five to pull within 2 1/2 games of the NL Central lead.
A lot has changed since then for Cincinnati - and not for the better.
As ace Johnny Cueto takes another shot at becoming MLB's first 16-game winner Tuesday night, the Reds are hoping to manufacture a late turnaround while continuing...
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Johnny Cueto vs Lance Lynn would make for a good pitching match up Wednesday night at Busch Stadium in the three game series finale.
However, it would be Lynn that would have the better night.
Cueto had 15 wins on the season heading into Wednesday night, which is tied for the Major League lead. After Wednesday, it would be Lynn who would trail Cueto by only one win.
Halted by a rain...
CLEVELAND -- It might have been a little surprising to see Johnny Cueto head back out to the mound for the ninth inning Tuesday night at Progressive Field. The Reds' right-hander had thrown 104 pitches and his team was comfortably ahead of the Cleveland Indians, 9-2.
Aces get treated differently. They've earned that right.
Cueto finished what he started for the fourth time...
The Cincinnati Reds have dropped 10 straight games at Progressive Field since Johnny Cueto won in his last outing there over four years ago.
The Reds have to like their chances of ending that slide Tuesday night behind the surging Cueto when these Ohio rivals continue a stretch of four straight meetings.
These teams entered play Monday with identical records before the Indians (57...
Your browser does not support iframes.Johnny Cueto is really good at pitching. In fact, the Reds ace is in line to possibly start the All-Star Game for the National League squad. What Cueto isn't good at, apparently, is breaking baseball bats over his knee. Seen here is Cueto trying to do just that after striking out and failing to get a bunt down during last night's game...