Yesterday saw the Cincinnati Reds kick off spring training games against the Cleveland Indians in Goodyear. The two teams played to a 3-3 tie. Today they move on to game number two of the spring against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim of California of the United States of America.
Cincinnati Reds (0-0-1) Starting Lineup
- Jose Peraza – Shortstop
- Scooter Gennett – Second Base
- Derek Dietrich – Designated Hitter
- Scott Schebler – Center Field
- Philip Ervin – Right Field
- Connor Joe – First Base
- Taylor Trammell – Left Field
- Juan Graterol – Catcher
- Christian Colon – Third Base
- Vladimir Gutierrez – Starting Pitcher
Also scheduled to pitch on the day: Sal Romano, Cody Reed, Matt Wisler, Anthony Bass, Lucas Sims, Jimmy Herget, Alex Powers.
Reserve players on todays roster:
- Ryan Hendrix (RHP)
- Seth Varner (LHP)
- Rob Wooten (RHP)
Los Angeles Angels (1-0) Starting Lineup
- Mike Trout – Center Field
- Andrelton Simmons – Shortstop
- Albert Pujols – Designated Hitter
- Jared Walsh – First Base
- Taylor Ward – Third Base
- Cesar Puello – Left Field
- Brennon Lund – Right Field
- Jose Briceno – Catcher
- Luis Rengifo – Second Base
- Forrest Snow – Starting Pitcher
Where to Watch/Listen/Follow the game
The game will be live on the Reds on Radio network. In Cincinnati it will be available on 1360 WSAI. The game will be live on television in the greater Cincinnati area on Fox Sports Ohio, too. It will be live on both at 3pm EST. The game will also be available on MLB.tv.
The Final Result | Reds 14 – Angels 2
The Cincinnati Reds remain undefeated! They picked up their first win of the spring, moving to 1-0-1. You can see the entire box score here. Highlights included Juan Graterol racking up three hits and three runs batted in, and Christian Colon clobbering a home run and driving in three runs. Jose Peraza went 3-3 and stole two bases, Scott Schebler walked all three times he came to the plate, and Brian O’Grady added two doubles. On the mound Vladimir Gutierrez, Cody Reed, Sal Romano, Anthony Bass, Lucas Sims, Alex Powers, Jimmy Herget, and Rob Wooten all tossed a shutout inning during the game.