The Cincinnati Reds watched their record fall to 4-10-2 on Sunday afternoon. They fell by a score of 3-2 to the Arizona Diamondbacks in Goodyear. They get back on the field at 4:05pm ET this afternoon.

Cincinnati Reds (4-10-2) 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 – Right Field
  6. Nick Senzel – Center Field
  7. Jose Iglesias – Shortstop
  8. Tucker Barnhart – Catcher
  9. Kyle Farmer – Designated Hitter
  10. Anthony DeSclafani – Starting Pitcher

Also scheduled to pitch for the Cincinnati Reds today: Tyler Mahle, Amir Garrett, Michael Lorenzen, Buddy Boshers, and Jesus Reyes.

Reserve players on todays roster:





Cleveland Indians (9-7) Starting Lineup

  1. Leonys Martin – Center Field
  2. Jason Kipnis – Second Base
  3. Jose Ramirez – Third Base
  4. Carlos Santana – First Base
  5. Hanley Ramirez – Designated Hitter
  6. Jake Bauers – Left Field
  7. Tyler Naquin – Right Field
  8. Roberto Perez – Catcher
  9. Ryan Flaherty – Shortstop
  10. Corey Kluber – 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 WSIA. There will be no viewing options as the game is not on Fox Sports Ohio, Sports Time Ohio, or Radio only – so fire that bad boy up and make sure you’ve got good batteries to get you through the entire game.

6 Responses

  1. Choo Choo Coleman

    Kyle Farmer has completely outplayed Tucker Barnhart & deserves to be the starting catcher for this team! How about a trade to a C-starved team (like KC) for a CF prospect?

    • CP

      BREAKING NEWS: 28 year old journeyman catcher outplays MLB catcher in 8 meaningless games.

      Get real, not going to happen.

  2. Indy Red Man

    Surely it has to be between Mahle or Lorenzen for Wood’s spot? Wisler has some talent as well.

    Krol has been pretty good….maybe he’s the sleeper lefty to go with Duke? Garrett and Reed have been getting lit up. Peralta is still hanging around too.

    I’m going to be hopeful and expect good things this year! We keep losing (or tying) but the losing runs are always given up by scrubs that won’t make the team anyway.

    • CFD3000

      Reed seems to get dismissed and downplayed for reasons I don’t understand. The claim that Reed has been “getting lit up” is misleading. He’s pitched five times this spring, one inning each time. In one of those outings (his 2nd, I believe), he did indeed get hammered. But in the other four he hasn’t allowed a run, and I believe he has only allowed one walk and one hit. I’m going from memory and I’m not sure how to get game logs for spring, but I’ve been watching him closely and I think I have that right. I for one am putting a lot more weight on the four strong outings and am not worried about the one early scuffle. But I am worried that he’ll get written off based on small sample size and the dominance of that one rough inning in our collective memories. I think Reed is as promising as Mahle or Wisler and still expect him to develop into a valuable starter for the Reds.

      • Indy Red Man

        We’ll see? Reed has good stuff and showed signs of life last year but even then he had a 1.40 whip? Reed will also be 26 next month while Mahle is 24.

      • Roger Garrett

        Unless injuries occur,Reed nor any other young starter will pitch much at all.That ship has sailed but it has done so without much at all being found out about the youngsters with the exception of Castillo and Romano who did get enough starts to at least paint a picture as to what they may become.The rest got a cup of coffee.As far as Reed going to the pen,does anybody want to go through another year of Peralta?He has had one good month in two years and was sent down last year.Reed has nothing to prove in the minors and unless he is sent down to provide injury insurance he should go north pitching from the pen against big league hitters.