The Cincinnati Reds have a night games for the second day in a row. Last night they defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers under the lights and tonight they’ll host the defending National League Champions, the Arizona Diamondbacks and be looking for the same result at Goodyear Ballpark.

Tonight’s game will have no televised broadcast. Radio broadcast for today is on 700 WLW.  The game is set to begin at 8:05pm ET.

Dbacks (4-3) and Reds (4-1-1) Lineups

Dbacks

Reds

1 Corbin Carroll CF TJ Friedl CF
2 Geraldo Perdomo SS Will Benson RF
3 Lourdes Gurriel Jr. LF Jeimer Candelario 3B
4 Pavin Smith 1B Jake Fraley DH
5 Emmanuel Rivera 3B Nick Martini 1B
6 Jake McCarthy RF Luke Maile C
7 Jose Herrera C Josh Harrison LF
8 Kyle Garlick DH Edwin Arroyo SS
9 Blaze Alexander 2B Erik Gonzalez 2B
10 Slade Cecconi RHP Brandon Williamson LHP

Reserve players on today’s Reds roster

* denotes that they are expected to pitch today

Pitchers Infielders
Carson Spiers* Tyler Callihan
Brent Suter* Alex McGarry
Casey Legumina* Hernan Perez
Tyler Gilbert* Sal Stewart
Myles Gayman* Jose Torres
Jake Gozzo* Outfielders
Donovan Benoit* Blake Dunn
Catchers Rece Hinds
Mat Nelson Jacob Hurtubise
Michael Trautwein Anthony Alford
Daniel Vellojin

Where to watch/listen/follow the game

No television for the game this evening. To listen to the game on the radio it will be available on 700 WLW. If you want to follow along with gameday, here is your link for that.

News and Notes

Nick Lodolo’s leg issues……

It appears that Nick Lodolo didn’t quite recover from yesterday’s bullpen session as well as everyone would have hoped. Now he’s going to be re-evaluated for the injury to his leg that kept him out for most of the 2023 season.

Noelvi Marte to debut tomorrow

22 Responses

  1. Eddiek957

    Thanks for the injury update. Williamson hurt? Thought the kid looked promising last season

  2. Mark Moore

    Nice way to claw back 2 runs. Wish Harrison had found his way home.

  3. Mark Moore

    Three innings from Williamson. Glad he settled back down and was more pitch efficient.

  4. Melvin

    Just looked at the box. Arroyo with another hit and RBI. I’m liking this guy more and more.

    • Mark Moore

      He’s the kind of fish we want to stock the pond with, that’s for certain.

  5. Melvin

    Doug – It seems that the plugin you talked about it messing up again. With your permission I’m going to try a different email address next time if you think that might help. Again, sorry to bother you with this.

      • Melvin

        Okay. Might try it anyway just to change it up. Let me know if there’s anything I can do. I know you’re extremely busy.

      • Doug Gray

        Unless you are involved in the coding of wordpress plugins there’s nothing that you can do. And if you are involved in the coding of wordpress plugins, let’s chat.

      • Melvin

        Sorry. I’ll just let it ride for at least a week or so either way as to not to bug you too much. Thanks for your help.

  6. Mark Moore

    That’s a Clete for me from Gameday monitoring. Time to shut things down.

  7. west larry

    We’ll get them next time. The reds appear to be out of sync.

    • Melvin

      Still some positive things happened.

  8. LDS

    Kind of an ugly game tonight. Some guys are looking pretty good early, like Arroyo, EDLC, Callahan, Fairchild while some aren’t, eg Friedl, Candelario, CES, Stephenson. EDLC and Fraley have SO just short of half their ABs. Hopefully, the Reds actually do make the first cuts next week. I’d like to see the Reds take a different approach this season and cut early. Get to the team that’s coming north earlier than usual and try to develop some cohesion. Winning ST games is nice but not relevant. Getting the team functioning as a unit is.

    • Melvin

      “I’d like to see the Reds take a different approach this season and cut early. Get to the team that’s coming north earlier than usual and try to develop some cohesion”

      Might help get off to a better start than in recent years. Sounds good to me if possible.

    • TR

      Functioning as a unit makes a lot of sense and seems to me one of the main points of spring training. It’s an old fashion concept, but I would call it team chemistry.