Here’s a game thread to discuss tonight’s MLB All-Star Game…or use it as an open thread to discuss whatever you want. As long as you mention Cincinnati’s 2018 All-Stars, Joey Votto, Scooter Gennett, and Eugenio Suarez.

18 Responses

  1. Wizeman

    Another solid start for Stephenson. What in the world does he have to do

    • bouwills

      Throw strikes- next time he gets promoted.

  2. Shawn Smith

    I was at the game today in Rochester. Bob Stephenson had a rough first inning and was solid the rest of the game. In my horrible opinion, he didn’t have his best stuff, but; found a way to battle all game. I’m not a scout or anything, but, it’s just my humble opinion. Brandon Dixon hit for the cycle and made a really god defensive play too. He looks really comfortable and confident right now.

  3. Gonzo Reds

    Wow, former gold glover Votto just cost the NL a chance to win the game with his… I call it an error. Normally, in NL hard to make team at 1B, he didn’t deserve it this year, now brutal, wow. Hope this motivates him to turn it on in second half.

  4. Rich H

    SCOOTER! Picks up his teammate with a game tying 2 run dinger in the bottom of the 9th!

  5. Regular joe’s

    Scooter is on another planet since becoming a red! I believe that’ll sign and seal his new contract with the fightin Castellini’s

  6. Mike Adams

    I thought you said you were not a prognosticator, SEAT101. You hit this nail on the head.

  7. TServo

    Scooter: “You gonna eat your wings?”

  8. cfd3000

    Nice showing by the Reds. All three reached base, Scooter with a clutch home run and Joey with his own bomb. The dropped foul ball was not an easy play – on top of the dugout rail in the corner, in an unfamiliar park. The last six AL runs are on Hader and Stripling with a minor Votto footnote. After a lot of Reds 0-fers it was nice to see the Cincinnati contingent make some noise!

    • Theresa Legault

      Agree about the dropped foul ball – that did not look to be an easy catch. Really glad to see the Votto homer – I believe that may be his first hit in an All Star game.

  9. Chris Miller

    Oh my gosh! That was too funny. Write more, I need more laughs like that. Now I’m wanting to watch the movie. LOL

  10. Chris Miller

    Didn’t hear it on FOX, or in here, but it was pretty neat to see, in the 10th inning, three Reds manning spots on the All Star diamond at once. It took me back to the Big Red Machine days when that was a common occurrence.

    • Jeff Reed

      It reminds me of 1957 when fans voted Reds players into all eight positions, but it was altered by the Commissioner.

  11. cfd3000

    You clearly have too much free time, but that’s funny right there.