16. August 2016 17:21
I noticed we were about to time out on the prior thread, so am putting this up to keep things going.
9. August 2016 16:17
I never want to see Tony Cingrani (or Ohlendorf) in at the end of a game with the opportunity to allow the tieing run anywhere near the plate. Last night's abomination may have come with Ohlendorf pitching, but it was all on Cingrani. He came into the game in a NON SAVE situation and managed to get two outs but did his all too frequent free fall into total wildness and managed to leave the game with three runners already in and three more on base. That's SIX batters he pu... [More]
2. August 2016 16:33
Just a couple of memories of Jay Bruce over the years:
27. July 2016 13:27
Here is the Reds' lineup for today's 3:45 EDT game against SF:
And here is a (lengthy) pipe dream I sent to SonOfDoc this morning. Though ya'll might find it amusing.
19. July 2016 18:56
For old time's sake, here are the lineups in a new thread starter:
16. July 2016 11:06
Here's hoping that the second half brings hope for the following years. It was fun watching Disco and Iglesias pitch last night and have the feeling that those two were not going to disappoint. Cingrani had his all too frequent bout of the nibbles and allowed four baserunners in his 2/3 of an inning. I would say his time as a closer with the Reds is coming to a close :-)
9. July 2016 13:14
I think this means that the trade rumors will take over all the baseball talk in Cincinnati. We need to enjoy watching Jay Bruce and possibly Zach Cozart while we can.
2. July 2016 16:01
I surely hope so. Any streak with a 14 inning and a 15 inning loss in it is WAAAAY too long.
26. June 2016 11:29
Today’s matchup features Anthony DeSclafani, previously scheduled to be the Reds’ opening day starter, against Luis Perdomo who has bounced back and forth between the rotation and the pen. He brings an ERA of 9.00 and a WHIP of 2.12. In other words, this might be a chance for the Reds to get their offensively offensive offense back on track. He’s a righty with a total of five major league starts which means the home team will enjoy a rare edge in starting pitching experience. I... [More]
18. June 2016 12:25
Yes, it is Cody Reed making his MLB debut today. I hope he continues the encouraging performances of his fellow Johnny Cueto trade parts, Brandon Finnegan and John Lamb. Three actual lefty prospects in the Reds system is a real novelty. Heres hoping we like the outcome today.