Tonight will have the Cincinnati Reds hosting the Colorado Rockies at 9:05pm ET. The game is not on television, but it will be available on the radio.
Reds (4-10-1) and Rockies (7-7-1) Lineups
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Reserve players on today’s Reds roster:
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. No television broadcast.
Reds links and news
Eugenio Suárez on shortstop, and a few other things from this afternoon
Adam Dunn on The Jim Day Podcast
In the latest episode of The Jim Day Podcast, Day is joined by Adam Dunn to talk about a lot of baseball things, including why he wants to punch Sean Casey directly in the face. It’s 52 minutes of fun listening for your drive to and from work, that run/walk you go on each day, or just your background noise at your work-from-home office. Check it out.
Final: Rockies 11 – Reds
Cincinnati lost their 11th game of the spring as the Rockies beat up on a few of the Reds pitchers on Tuesday night.
Well, there weren’t very many highlights in this game. Wade Miley allowed four earned runs in 3.0 innings. Brandon Finnegan allowed three earned runs and an unearned run without making it out of the inning. Sean Doolittle allowed three runs and allowed five base runners in his inning of work. Braden Shiply, Cam Bedrosian, and Héctor Pérez all tossed a shutout inning of relief. Vladimir Gutierrez picked up two strikeouts in the top of the 9th while throwing a perfect frame.
The big story of the night was that Eugenio Suárez got the start at shortstop. And he was charged with an error, though I’m not so sure he should have been. He didn’t come up clean with the ball, but from the only angle we’ve got of the play it seems that even if he had there was no reason to think he was getting the runner at first. For some actual highlights, though, look no further than Nick Castellanos, who continues to swing a hot bat, going 2-3 with an RBI. Nick Senzel went 1-3 with a run scored, and he also made two strong plays in the field. Jonathan India, who the Reds may be trying to clear a spot on the infield for, went 1-2 with a walk. Kyle Farmer started at first base and went 1-3. Aristides Aquino went 1-2 with a bases loaded walk. Nicky Delmonico went 1-1 with a double and 2 RBI. Tyler Naquin, Mark Payton, and Alex Blandino all homered – with Blandino’s being an absolute moonshot that went over the scoreboard in the 9th inning.
You can see the entire box score for the game right here.
Another night game. 9:05pm ET against Cleveland with Luis Castillo on the mound. MLB Network will have the game, but it will be on “tape delay” (they aren’t using tape anymore).