After their loss last night to the San Francisco Giants, the Cincinnati Reds return to Goodyear for an afternoon game against the Los Angeles Angels at 3:05pm EST.

Cincinnati Reds (2-4-1) Starting Lineup

  1. Scooter Gennett – Second Base
  2. Joey Votto – First Base
  3. Matt Kemp – Left Field
  4. Eugenio Suarez – Third Base
  5. Yasiel Puig – Designated Hitter
  6. Scott Schebler – Center Field
  7. Tucker Barnhart – Catcher
  8. Blake Trahan – Shortstop
  9. Aristides Aquino – Right Field
  10. Anthony DeSclafani – Starting Pitcher

Also scheduled to pitch today for the Cincinnati Reds: Anthony Bass, Luis Castillo, Alex Powers, Jesus Reyes, Matt Wisler, and Cody Reed.

Reserve players on todays roster:





Los Angeles Angels (5-3) Starting Lineup

  1. Peter Bourjos – Right Field
  2. David Fletcher – Left Field
  3. Justin Bour – Designated Hitter
  4. Taylor Ward – Third Base
  5. Jo Adell – Center Field
  6. Jared Walsh – First Base
  7. Jose Briceno – Catcher
  8. Luis Rengifo – Second Base
  9. Wilfredo Tovar – Shortstop
  10. Felix Pena – 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 will be available on live at 3:05pm EST. It will not be available on television unless you live in the Los Angeles/Anaheim area and get PRIME.

The Final: Angels 11 – Reds 2

Brian O’Grady homered and Tyler Stephenson hit a sac fly – both in the 6th inning, to account for the Cincinnati Reds two runs. Aristides Aquino went 3-3. Scott Schebler remained on fire, going 1-1 with another walk and another steal.

Anthony DeSclafani threw 2.0 shutout innings with 3 strikeouts. Matt Wisler, Anthony Bass, Jesus Reyes, and Alex Powers all threw a shutout inning of relief. Things didn’t go well on Saturday for Luis Castillo and Cody Reed, who combined for the 11 runs allowed. You can see the entire box score here.

4 Responses

  1. Erich

    Good inning by Disco, mixed it up and kept it low. Been to spring training twice now, last time in 2010 and on both occasions Votto went out of his way to be kind with the fans. Threw a kid his batting gloves on his way into the dugout. 2010 I seem to remember was a good year for him too 😉 We’ll see…

  2. HoF13

    Castillo gave up 3 but probably would have gotten out of the inning unscathed if he had just covered first on the grounder to Votto.

  3. Mark

    I really like what I’m seeing from o’grady in camp playing hard and really hitting well.

    • doorkeeper

      not doing well on the fielding end though.