On Sunday the Cincinnati Reds remained undefeated in spring training action as they clobbered the Los Angeles Angels 14-2. Today will see them try to pick up win number two as they hit the road once again to take on the Seattle Mariners at 3:10pm EST.

Cincinnati Reds (1-0-1) Starting Lineup

  1. Nick Senzel – Center Field
  2. Joey Votto – First Base
  3. Yasiel Puig – Right Field
  4. Eugenio Suarez – Third Base
  5. Chris Okey- Catcher
  6. Kyle Farmer – Shortstop
  7. Phil Ervin – Left Field
  8. Jordan Patterson – Designated Hitter
  9. Blake Trahan – Second Base
  10. Alex Wood – Starting Pitcher

Update: Tucker Barnhart was a late scratch from the lineup. Chris Okey will take his place.

Also scheduled to pitch today: Tyler Mahle, Michael Lorenzen, Wandy Peralta, Odrisamer Despaigne, Tony Santillan, Keury Mella.

Reserve players on todays roster:





Seattle Mariners (2-1) Starting Lineup

  1. Shed Long – Third Base
  2. Tim Beckham – Shortstop
  3. Edwin Encarnacion – Designated Hitter
  4. Omar Narvaez – Catcher
  5. Domingo Santana – Left Field
  6. Ryon Healy – First Base
  7. Kyle Lewis – Right Field
  8. Dom Thompson-Williams – Center Field
  9. Kristopher Negron – Second Base
  10. Yusei Kikuchi – 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 shown live on MLB.tv. It will be on a 1-hour delay on MLB Network at 4pm EST.

The Final Result | Mariners 11 – Reds 3

The thoughts of an undefeated spring training for Cincinnati have been crushed. The Mariners handed them their first loss on Monday. You can see the entire box score for the game right here. Phillip Ervin hit a long home run off of the batters eye. Kyle Farmer and Gavin LaValley both racked up two hits. Nick Senzel stole a base. Tyler Mahle, Wandy Peralta, and Tony Santillan tossed shutout innings of relief. Overall, though, the pitching struggled to find the strikezone as they walked 10 batters on the day.

11 Responses

  1. Ben Rubin

    Three former Reds in Seattle’s lineup.

  2. Hanawi

    I didn’t realize he could play another position beside 2B. Guess that’s what spring training is for.

  3. Hanawi

    Looking forward to seeing Mahle and Santillan this spring. Mahle had a rough end of the year, so hoping to see some bounceback, as well as better development of secondary pitches. Santillan had a strong end of his year, so hoping he can keep it going into the upper levels.

    • Doug Gray

      I wrote a whole bunch of words about Tyler Mahle and secondary pitches that will be posted this evening. Stay tuned.

  4. SultanofSwaff

    Would love to see Siri/Trammell/Friedl man the OF at the same time.

  5. vegastypo

    Rough start for Wood. Er, um, I mean, yeah, he’s just getting his work in !!!!

    • SaveTheFarm

      Just like Marty said last year about Homer, sometimes you are getting your work in and sometimes you just stink. Let’s hope he doesn’t “just stink”

      • vegastypo

        It’s one start, I’m just teasin’ … But I always find it curious to see how long a pitcher might struggle before there’s a concern. I must say, it is nice to have a ballgame on.

  6. SultanofSwaff

    Senzel is a plus runner, period.

  7. Gerardo

    Peralta was superb today. Throwing 96-98 and great command of his pitches, hopefully he can keep this up throughout the spring and make his case for a spot.

    • JB WV

      I’m hoping the same. Great arm with a new pitching coach might get Wandy right. All about command with him.