The Cincinnati Reds make a road trip this afternoon to take on the Los Angeles Angels. Riley O’Brien will get the start for Cincinnati with first pitch set for 4:10pm ET.
Reds (6-6-1) and Angels (8-4-1) Lineups
|1||Shogo Akiyama||LF||Mike Trout||CF|
|2||Nick Senzel||CF||Shohei Ohtani||DH|
|3||Tyler Naquin||RF||Anthony Rendon||3B|
|4||Max Schrock||2B||Jared Walsh||1B|
|5||Aristides Aquino||DH||Jo Adell||RF|
|6||Colin Moran||3B||Brandon Marsh||LF|
|7||Brandon Drury||SS||Kurt Suzuki||C|
|8||Aramis Garcia||C||Michael Stefanic||2B|
|9||Allen Cordoba||1B||David Fletcher||SS|
|10||Riley O’Brien||SP||Reid Detmers||SP|
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 1360 WSAI in the greater Cincinnati area. On television you can watch on Bally Sports Ohio. As of now it is the final televised game of the spring.
Reds links and news
The Big Red Basestealers?
Ok, so they aren’t going to be confused with any teams from that past that were stealing a ton of bases, but Jesse Borek of MLB.com looked at how one of the worst teams in baseball at stealing bases last season could and likely will improve upon that in 2022.
How many innings will Hunter Greene throw in 2022?
Earlier today we took a look at Hunter Greene’s history and how many innings is a reasonable expectation for him to throw this upcoming year.
Game Recap: Angels 7 – Reds 6
Los Angeles scored a run in the bottom of the 9th inning for a walk-off win on Friday afternoon.
Aramis Garcia homered twice, giving him five on the spring – breaking a tie with Jonathan India for the team lead. He’s hitting .375 with an OPS of 1.725 as he battles for the backup catchers role. Brandon Drury added a 2-run homer of his own, going 1-3 with a walk and two runs. Nick Senzel went 3-4 with an RBI. Max Schrock went 1-2 with a walk and a double. He’s hitting .619 on the spring. Aristides Aquino went 2-5 with a double and an RBI. Allen Cordoba went 2-4. Francisco Urbaez came off the bench and went 1-2 with a double and a run scored.
Tony Santillan and Ryan Hendrix each threw a shutout inning with two strikeouts in relief. Joel Kuhnel picked up a strikeout in a shutout inning of relief. Connor Overton threw 2.0 shutout innings with a strikeout.
You can see the box score for the game here.
Tyler Mahle will make his final start of the spring on Saturday night against the San Diego Padres in a 9:05pm ET game in Goodyear.