Tuesday afternoon saw the Cincinnati Reds fall to 1-2-1 on the spring as they lost to the San Francisco Giants. Today they get back on the field on the road against the Chicago White Sox at 3:05pm EST.

Cincinnati Reds (1-2-1) Starting Lineup

  1. Scott Schebler – Designated Hitter
  2. Joey Votto – First Base
  3. Matt Kemp – Left Field
  4. Eugenio Suarez – Third Base
  5. Yasiel Puig – Right Field
  6. Derek Dietrich – Second Base
  7. Nick Senzel – Center Field
  8. Jose Iglesias – Shortstop
  9. Kyle Farmer – Catcher
  10. Tanner Roark – Starting Pitcher

Also scheduled to pitch today for the Reds: Anthony Bass, Luis Castillo, Anthony DeSclafani, Vladimir Gutierrez, Lucas Sims, Matt Wisler, and Cody Reed.

Reserve players on todays roster:

Pitchers

Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Chicago White Sox (1-3) Starting Lineup

  1. Jon Jay – Center Field
  2. Yoan Moncada – Third Base
  3. Yonder Alonso – Designated Hitter
  4. Welington Castillo – Catcher
  5. Nicky Delmonico – First Base
  6. Eloy Jimenez – Left Field
  7. Yolmer Sanchez – Second Base
  8. Jose Rondon – Shortstop
  9. Blake Rutherford – Right Field
  10. Reynaldo Lopez – 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 700 WLW. The game is scheduled to be broadcasted on MLB.tv, but nowhere else.

The Final Result | Reds 11 – White Sox 4

Nick Senzel led the storyline today, showing off defensive work in center field and going 3-3 with a double at the plate. Both Derek Dietrich and Mitch Nay added two hits each – with Dietrich driving in 3 runs on a bases loaded double. Christian Colon also drove in 3 runs with a bases loaded double, going 1-2 on the day. Scott Schebler went 1-2 with a walk, stolen base, double, and he scored 2 runs.

On the mound the Reds had a mixed result list of performances. Anthony Bass, Anthony DeSclafani, Matt Wisler, Vladimir Gutierrez, and Ryan Hendrix all had shutout appearances. Tanner Roark, Luis Castillo, Cody Reed, and Lucas Sims all allowed a run during their outing. You can see the entire box score for the game here.

11 Responses

  1. PhoenixPhil

    Gotta like Votto getting an RBI hitting in the two spot.

  2. Sowelo

    I just turned on the game. Is that Thrall calling the game with Brantley?

  3. PhoenixPhil

    TOOTHBLAN by Suarez. Looks like he didn’t pick up the third base coach. He rounded second slowly and then tried to make it to third. Then pick off of Puig on second.

  4. vegastypo

    Nice to see Votto hitting second in the order. I’d be quite interested to hear whether that is something that could carry over to the regular season.

    Second out made at third base, third out on a pickoff at second base.

  5. Joey

    You guys see the service time article on Mlbtraderumors where they asked Senzel about breaking with the team to start the season and he responded that he highly doubts it. So when the Reds talk about starting the season with the best team on the field and they leave Senzel in AAA do they think the fan base won’t see through the bull?

  6. PhoenixPhil

    Light single to him early in the game. Not much other than that.

  7. Choo Choo Coleman

    Gutierrez is most impressive pitcher on staff after week 1! Will be in rotation sooner rather than later!

  8. Alex

    Wow, Nick Senzel played well. Looks like he may force the Reds to keep him in the majors to start the year! This is a significant upgrade from Billy Hamilton offensively.