Tonight will see the Cincinnati Reds host the Chicago White Sox at 8:05pm ET. The game will be radio only and available on 700 WLW. The contest tonight is scheduled to be a 9-inning game.
Reds (2-7-1) and White Sox (1-6-3) Lineups
|1||Shogo Akiyama||DH||Tim Anderson||SS|
|2||Nick Castellanos||RF||Adam Eaton||RF|
|3||Mike Moustakas||2B||José Abreu||1B|
|4||Eugenio Suárez||3B||Yoán Moncada||3B|
|5||Tucker Barnhart||C||Eloy Jiménez||LF|
|6||Kyle Farmer||SS||Nick Williams||DH|
|7||Dee Strange-Gordon||CF||Adam Engel||CF|
|8||Tyler Naquin||LF||Jonathan Lucroy||C|
|9||Alex Blandino||1B||Marco Hernández||2B|
|10||Tyler Mahle||SP||Reynaldo López||SP|
Reserve players on today’s Reds roster:
|Wade Miley||Nicky Delmonico|
|Noé Ramirez||Jose Garcia|
|Jesse Biddle||Kyle Holder|
|Cam Bedrosian||Errol Robinson|
|Héctor Pérez||Alfredo Rodriguez|
|Dauri Moreta||Narciso Crook|
|Sal Romano||TJ Friedl|
|Rocky Gale||Dwight Smith Jr.|
Where to watch/listen/follow the game
The game will be live on the Reds on Radio Network. The broadcast will be on 700 WLW AM.
Reds links and news
A lefty is impressing in Goodyear
Bobby Nightengale takes a look at Cionel Pérez over at the Cincinnati Enquirer. The lefty has been dominant this spring, allowing just one hit and one walk in his four appearances without allowing a run and striking out five batters.
What Ryan Hendrix learned at the alternate site
Over at RedsMinorLeagues.com this morning I wrote about reliever Ryan Hendrix and some of the things he learned and worked on at Prasco Park during the 2020 season.
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José De León struck out eight batters yesterday for the Cincinnati Reds as he faced the Kansas City Royals. This afternoon he took part in one of the pregame Zoom press conferences and dropped an absolute gem of a quote.
— Cincinnati Reds (@Reds) March 11, 2021
Final: Reds 7 – White Sox 4
Cincinnati picked up their third win of the spring while handing the White Sox their fourth consecutive loss.
Well, we’re actually going to start with a non-highlight, sort of. Wade Miley left the game with a hamstring injury during the second inning of his appearance. That’s the bad news. The good news is that prior to that point, Miley looked good. He threw 1.1 shutout innings with two strikeouts and was throwing in the low 90’s with his fastball.
Tyler Mahle started the game and allowed one hit over 2.0 shutout innings while picking up three strikeouts. After Miley exited the game, Matt Pidich came on in relief and struck out both batters he faced. It was a rough inning for Noé Ramirez, who didn’t allow a hit, but did give up an earned run after a walk, two hit batters, and two wild pitches in the inning – including one that was behind a batter. Cam Bedrosian gave up a solo home run in his inning of work. Sal Romano came out for the 7th inning and tossed a shutout inning with a walk and two strikeouts. Héctor Pérez allowed one earned run and was charged with another unearned run in the 8th inning while picking up two strikeouts. Jesse Biddle worked around a walk by striking out two batters in the 9th to seal the win.
The starters did some damage at the plate on the night for the Reds. Nick Castellanos and Mike Moustakas went back-to-back with long home runs in the 3rd inning that extended the Cincinnati lead to 5-0.
— Cincinnati Reds (@Reds) March 12, 2021
Eugenio Suárez, Mike Moustakas, Nick Castellanos, and Alex Blandino all went 2-3 on the night. Tucker Barnhart went 1-2 with a 2-run double. Shogo Akiyama didn’t have a hit, but he walked twice and stole a base. No replacement player in the lineup reached base.
You can see the entire box score right here.
Luis Castillo gets his first start of the spring at 8:40pm ET against the Seattle Mariners. The game will be on both the radio and television, with MLB Network picking up the Seattle feed of the game.