Tonight will have the Cincinnati Reds hosting the Milwaukee Brewers at Goodyear Ballpark. The game is scheduled to begin at 9:05pm ET. Radio only broadcast.

Reds (6-12-1) and Brewers (9-8-1) Lineups

Reds Brewers
1 Dee Strange-Gordon CF Luis Urias SS
2 Nick Castellanos RF Jackie Bradley Jr. RF
3 Mike Moustakas 3B Lorenzo Cain CF
4 Eugenio Suárez SS Daniel Vogelbach 1B
5 Tucker Barnhart C Travis Shaw 3B
6 Scott Heineman LF Omar Narváez C
7 Alex Blandino 1B Tyrone Taylor LF
8 Kyle Holder 2B Pablo Reyes 2B
9 José De León SP Brett Anderson SP
10 NO DH No DH

Reserve players on today’s Reds roster:

Pitchers Infielders
Amir Garrett Nicky Delmonico
Hector Perez Mike Freeman
Noé Ramirez Jose Garcia
Art Warren Max Schrock
Edgar García Outfielders
Matt Pidich Aristides Aquino
Bo Takahashi Narciso Crook
Catchers TJ Friedl
Rocky Gale Tyler Naquin
Deivy Grullón Mark Payton
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. There is no television broadcast.

Reds links and news

Sonny Gray to throw today

As was reported yesterday, Tejay Antone is scheduled to throw a side session today. Today in the Reds game notes it was reported that Sonny Gray will also throw on the side today.

Lucas Sims pitches in an intrasquad game

Final: Brewers 4 – Reds 1

The bullpen was strong, but the offense never really got going on Saturday night in Goodyear.

The Highlights

José De León got the start and allowed four earned runs in 4.2 innings on three hits and three walks to go along with three strikeouts. He also hit two batters as he struggled with his control. Edgar García came out to finish the 5th inning by recording the final out. Noé Ramirez, Hector Perez, Art Warren, and Amir Garrett all threw a hitless inning of relief. Both Perez and Garrett struck out the side in their innings of work.

Nick Castellanos continued to see beach balls as he went 2-2 and raised his OPS to 1.143 on the spring. Mike Moustakas went 1-2 with a run and a walk. Eugenio Suárez went 1-3 with a double, walk, and an RBI. Scott Heineman went 1-3 with a double. Alex Blandino went 1-3 with a double. Aristides Aquino came in for Castellanos in right field and went 1-2 with a double. Mike Freeman went 1-2. Max Schrock went 1-1.

You can see the entire box score for the game right here.

Tomorrow’s Game

Tyler Mahle starts against the Chicago Cubs at 4:05pm ET.

6 Responses

  1. Jay

    How come the Reds have been stingy about televising spring games? I know they don’t mean much, but would be nice to actually see the players

    • Doug Gray

      I think that the RSN (FS Ohio) simply doesn’t think it’s worth the money to do many games. This year they were really cutting back on games compared to past years – which was usually 8-10. It’s certainly possible it could be COVID protocols that come into play a little bit, but given that both the Dodgers and Angels broadcast every single spring training game, that doesn’t quite hold as much water.

  2. NYRedsfan

    Has there been any update on Votto? Will he be ready for opening day?

    • Doug Gray

      David Bell was asked if there was an update this evening, and he said that no there was not.

    • JayTheRed

      Hopefully Votto is only experiencing only mild symptoms from Covid 19,
      Joey we hope you feel better soon and can be ready to be on the field as soon as possible.

  3. Roger Garrett

    Reds give up 3 hits and lose by 3 runs and at the same time get 10 hits.Spring training or not that is a bad loss and also we fanned 10 Brewers.Got to think if Senzel,Wink and Joey are in there we win those type of games so I will leave it alone.I mean you have to win when you just give up 3 hits don’t you?Now I will let it go.