The Cincinnati Reds won in walk-off fashion over the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night under the lights. It was, and wasn’t as exciting as it sounds. The win didn’t come on a home run. It didn’t come on a hit. But it did come in a bases loaded wild pitch scenario that saw Leandro Santana, pinch running for Joey Votto, slide head first into the plate to bring home the win for the Reds, 6-5. This afternoon they will take on the Texas Rangers in a road game at 4:05pm ET.

Cincinnati Reds (7-12-5) Starting Lineup:

  1. Jesse Winker – Left Field
  2. Scott Schebler – Center Field
  3. Jose Iglesias – Shortstop
  4. Eugenio Suarez – Third Base
  5. Phillip Ervin – Right Field
  6. Kyle Farmer – Catcher
  7. Connor Joe – First Base
  8. Blake Trahan – Second Base
  9. Tanner Roark – Starting Pitcher

Also scheduled to pitch for the Cincinnati Reds today: Jared Hughes, Anthony Bass, and Wandy Peralta.

Reserve players on todays roster:





Texas Rangers (11-12) Starting Lineup:

  1. Shin-Soo Choo – Left Field
  2. Rougned Odor – Second Base
  3. Elvis Andrus – Shortstop
  4. Nomar Mazara – Right Field
  5. Asdrubal Cabrera – Third Base
  6. Ronald Guzman – First Base
  7. Hunter Pence – Designated Hitter
  8. Jeff Mathis – Catcher
  9. Delino DeShields – Center Field
  10. Adrian Sampson – Starting Pitcher

Where to Watch/Listen/Follow the games

The game will be live on the Reds on Radio network. In Cincinnati the game will be on 700 WLW. You will be able to watch the game live on

5 Responses

  1. Jeff Hoening

    Doug – What’s your early review of Tommy Thrall play-by-play? Are we listening to the future voice of our Reds?

  2. JB WV

    Like to see what Schebler could do with a full year of health. Hasn’t been able to yet.

  3. Big Ed

    I suppose they could still sit/trade Gennett, and play Senzel at second. It would boil down to this: If Schebler plays, do you (after April 15ish) sit Senzel or Gennett?

  4. Tom Mitsoff

    Agreed. In a fair fight, Schebler has won, but not because Senzel did poorly. Gives the front office a very reasonable explanation for sending Senzel down.

  5. andybado

    Schebler has been impressive. He looks ready. Senzel has been good. He also looks ready. He is also the second most talented hitter in the Reds organization and has nothing left to prove in AAA. What this comes down to is how much stock you put in ST numbers. Schebler performing well certainly gives the Reds an excuse to send Senzel down for a couple of weeks. However, Senzel deserves the spot.