This afternoon the Cincinnati Reds hit the road to take on the Los Angeles Angels at 4:10pm ET. The game will be on the radio as well as on Fox Sports Ohio and MLB Network.
Reds (3-10-1) and Angels (7-5-2) Lineups
Reserve players on today’s Reds roster:
|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 1360 WSAI AM. The game will also be available on Fox Sports Ohio and MLB Network.
Reds links and news
Shogo Akiyama will miss a few weeks
Prior to the game today David Bell said that Shogo Akiyama would miss a few weeks with his hamstring injury. That’s going to likely mean he’ll miss opening day unless he has a miraculous healing ability.
Wade Miley to start on Tuesday
Lefty Wade Miley is listed as the probable starter for Tuesday’s game against Colorado. He left his last outing with an injury, but is back on schedule.
MLB.com’s Reds Top 30 Prospect List
Jonathan Mayo has updated the Cincinnati Reds Top 30 Prospect List at MLB.com. Pitchers Nick Lodolo and Hunter Greene headline the list, which features the same six guys at the top as all of the other national publications do – just in a slightly different order.
Final: Reds 7 – Angels 3
Cincinnati picked up their 4th win of the spring behind good pitching and timely hitting on Monday afternoon.
On the mound we saw Michael Lorenzen make another start, this time giving up two solo home runs in 3.2 innings while walking one and striking out three batters. Bo Takahashi recorded the final out of the 4th inning, facing just one batter on the day. Noé Ramirez threw a perfect 5th inning with two strikeouts. Cionel Pérez threw a perfect inning when he took over in the 6th. Art Warren made one mistake and Jo Adell hit it to the moon for a solo homer, but Warren struck out two batters in the inning with only that ball to the moon going against him. Josh Osich struck out two batters in a perfect 8th inning. Shane Carle came out for the 9th inning and got a 1-2-3 inning with a strikeout to seal the Reds victory.
The Reds offense got things going this afternoon. Jesse Winker went 1-3 with a walk, double, run scored, and 2 RBI. Tucker Barnhart went 1-3 with a walk, run, and an RBI. Jonathan India drove in the first run of the day for Cincinnati with a bloop single, going 1-3 on the day. Mark Payton got the start in center and took advantage of it, going 2-3 with a double, 2 runs, and he had 2 RBI. Both Kyle Holder and Kyle Farmer went 1-3 with a single. No back up player had more than one at-bat and none of them reached base.
You can see the entire box score for the game here.
The Reds host the Rockies at 9:05pm ET. Radio broadcast only.