Update at 7:30am Last night Cincinnati Reds top prospect Robert Stephenson left his start for the Louisville Bats. He struggled with his control before exiting the game, walking four batters with just one strikeout before leaving the game in the 3rd inning. Talking with a source about the situation this morning, Stephenson had something going on with his wrist, almost like a cramping...
I just got in the door from driving all night and day back to Cincinnati from Pensacola and saw this in my twitter feed: Not good. Robert Stephenson having control problems tonight, now leaving the game with an apparent injury. #Reds — Matt Andrews (@BatsRadio) August 12, 2015 At this point, I know as much as anyone else knows (at least that is willing to talk about it) and...
Cincinnati Reds pitching prospect Robert Stephenson was named the International League Pitcher of the Week for the week of July 27 - August 2. In two starts for the Louisville Bats, the Reds Triple A affiliate, Stephenson went 1-0 with a 0.64 ERA in 14.0 IP, striking out 15, walking three and allowing just one run. The right hander allowed just six hits over his two starts with...
Robert Stephenson has tremendous stuff. The former first round pick wields a fastball that can touch triple digits at times, and compliments it with a plus curveball and a usable changeup. His outstanding arsenal of pitches has earned him universal praise in the prospect world. Kiley McDaniel deemed him the top prospect in the Reds […]
Robert Stephenson was cruising along against the Jacksonville Suns through five innings. He had retired 12 of the previous 13 batters heading into the sixth inning and had thrown just 55 pitches. He only made it two pitches into the sixth inning. After a ball to lead off the inning he took a line drive off of the right thigh, just above the knee. The ball rolled towards the first...
Taking a look at Cincinnati Reds prospect Robert Stephenson.
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