Last night saw the Reds extend their winning streak to six games with a 3-2 win over Chicago. Cincinnati can pick up a series win today if they come out ahead of the Cubs. This afternoon’s first pitch is scheduled for 4:10pm ET.

Starting Lineup

Chicago Cubs

Cincinnati Reds

Patrick Wisdom – 3B TJ Friedl – CF
Christopher Morel – DH Elly De La Cruz – SS
Cody Bellinger – CF Jeimer Candelario – 3B
Dansby Swanson – SS Spencer Steer – 1B
Ian Happ – LF Jake Fraley – RF
Mike Tauchman – RF Tyler Stephenson – C
David Bote – 2B Jacob Hurtubise – DH
Michael Busch – 1B Jonathan India – 2B
Yan Gomes – C Will Benson – LF
Ben Brown – RHP Andrew Abbott – LHP

Starting Pitchers

Pitcher IP ERA WHIP BB K
Andrew Abbott 69.0 3.39 1.15 18 52
Ben Brown 51.1 3.33 1.09 18 61
Links: Andrew Abbott’s Stats | Ben Brown’s Stats

Andrew Abbott

In his last outing the lefty picked up a quality star as he gave up three runs in 6.0 innings with six strikeouts against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field. It was a nice rebound from his previous outing where he allowed six runs in 6.0 innings against the Cardinals.

Teams don’t send too many left-handed hitters out to face off against Andrew Abbott. The ones who do get that chance to face him haven’t found much success – they have a .594 OPS against him. Right-handed hitters aren’t hitting for much average and they aren’t getting on base, either. Righties are hitting for plenty of power, though. When they do get hits, they make them count – 24 of the 47 hits righties have against him are for extra bases.

Splits

Split PA H 2B 3B HR BB K AVG OBP SLG
RHH 218 47 12 1 11 16 38 .233 .289 .465
LHH 64 14 3 0 1 2 14 .230 .266 .328

Pitch Usage

4-seam Curve Slider Change
Velo 93.1 81.0 82.9 85.1
Usage 54% 12% 17% 17%

Ben Brown

The Cubs have had Brown working as both a starter and a reliever this season. His last three outings have been as a starter. The first two were outstanding as he allowed one hit in 4.0 innings to Atlanta and then no hits in 7.0 innings against Milwaukee. But his last start came against the Reds and they touched him up for five runs in 5.0 innings.

The splits for Ben Brown are both good, but one group has an advantage. Neither lefties nor righties are hitting for much of an average against him, and neither group hits for much power, either. But left-handed hitters are walking plenty and it gives that group a 102 point advantage in on-base percentage.

Splits

Split PA H 2B 3B HR BB K AVG OBP SLG
RHH 99 17 5 0 2 5 29 .189 .225 .311
LHH 107 21 4 0 1 13 32 .228 .327 .304

Pitch Usage

4-seam Curve Change
Velo 96.8 86.8 91.2
Usage 63% 36% 1%

When and Where

  • Game time: 4:10pm ET
  • Where: Great American Ball Park
  • Watch: Bally Sports Ohio, MLB.tv, MLB Network
  • Listen: 700 WLW AM (Cincinnati area)
  • Forecast: 77°, cloudy, 5% chance of rain

News and Notes

Update on Christian Encarnacion-Strand

Division Standings

Team W L GB
Milwaukee 37 26
Cincinnati 31 33 6.5
Chicago 31 33 6.5
St. Louis 30 32 6.5
Pittsburgh 30 33 7.0

201 Responses

  1. Doc

    Is the news about CES before or after his seeking a second opinion, as was reported earlier that CES had requested?

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  2. RedsGettingBetter

    Seiya Suzuki is hurt apparently. He was replaced late in the last game and today is not in the lineup.

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    • Mark Moore

      Hoerner is iffy as well. Counsell is short-handed as a result. I like that.

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      • Optimist

        Except Hoerner is dealing with HBP from Greene – something the Reds have been plagued with from others. Suzuki is a more flukish incident.

  3. Dennis Westrick

    My cardiologist has advised me NOT to watch, listen to, or follow online any Reds game once A. Diaz takes the mound! Since Diaz threw 24 pitches last night I guess I’m safe today?

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    • Dennis Westrick

      In Bell World, it’s always Diaz as the first option! Then it’s whoever is closest to the bullpen phone when it rings!

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  4. Mark Moore

    Sit back, buckle up, and hoping AA has his way with these Stupid Cubs so we can Kick them to the Ohio River again (and then drag them out for tomorrow’s contest).

    First time this season they are seeing Abbott.

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  5. Mark Moore

    I really don’t like Bellinger. I won’t use the “H” word … but I REALLY don’t like him. Just seems to have a smug attitude to me.

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  6. Mark Moore

    Took him a bit, but as Thrall and Cowboy were saying, he and Lodolo tend to battle in the first inning and then settle down. 1-run hole doesn’t feel nearly as deep as it did a couple of weeks ago.

    Time to hit ’em hard and often, boyz. We know y’all are capable.

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    • Jim Walker

      Leftie pitchers struggling early for the Reds goes back to at least the Ol’ Lefthander, (Hamilton) Joe Nuxhall. Home games back then started a bit after 8pm; and, Crosley Field was right off a main route from Cincy to Hamilton.

      On the nights Joe was starting, the joke was they would hold the last Cincy to Hamilton bus till after 8 so Joe could catch it outside Crosley Field if he had a bad 1st inning. 😉

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  7. Mark Moore

    Well, the Candyman can today. Almost halfway up the sundeck. 8-game streak extended in fine fashion.

    Oh … and with 2 outs, of course.

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  8. Mark Moore

    Cowboy and Thrall speculating the Cubs must have some secret bone healing lube that will fix Hoerner’s break. Good luck with that.

    Can’t assume there, Wil.

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  9. VaRedsFan

    Nice effort by Benson, but he has to get up and throw the ball back in.
    Replay will decide if you caught it or not.

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  10. RedsGettingBetter

    Abbott is struggling … does not have control and velo is down…

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  11. Mark A Verticchio

    Control is poor but velo is where it always is.

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  12. Indy Red Man

    AA off his game today. He doesn’t have enough stuff to work behind everyone. The pen is rested enough to go get’m early if need be

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  13. Mark Moore

    Not really liking Abbott’s approach here today. These are not all great hitters he’s facing. Go after them.

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  14. Mark Moore

    Not to descend into the pit of despair that is debate about pitch counts …

    Working this way is how guys like Abbott get in trouble on an “off day”. As noted, BP should be rested and ready. Hope Bell sees the same thing.

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  15. RedsGettingBetter

    Wisdom had 3 Ks in 4 ABs yesterday. Today 2 Ks in 2 ABs. Abbott should be alert in the next AB.

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  16. Dennis Westrick

    Is it just me or does it seem like the Reds young SPs, namely Ashcraft & Abbott, lose focus after they get the first 2 outs (often quick) in an inning! And, yes, I know GA is back down at AAA but hopefully will be able to exorcize whatever demons he has!

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    • Mark Moore

      To be fair, complete games are a truly rare thing these days. With all the speed and spin, guys just aren’t built/trained for complete games that require 130 or so pitches.

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  17. Dennis Westrick

    I know! I know! But what is it with these 20+ pitch innings by Red’s pitchers? Gonna go on record that NO Reds pitcher pitches a complete game this season!

    Plus, wouldn’t want to deny Diaz those nail-biter save opportunities!

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  18. Mark Moore

    Did I mention how not fond I am of Bellinger?

    Need Bike Helmets right now to get him out of this mess.

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    • Dennis Westrick

      Mark, your dislike of Bellinger is likely due to the fact that he played 6 years with the Dodgers and NO self-respecting Reds fan likes the Dodgers or any of their ex-players!

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      • Mark Moore

        That’s a major contributing factor, Dennis. There are exceptions (like for current Dodger Freddie Freeman). But as a rule, wearing Dodger Blue puts you on the wrong side of the ledger for me.

  19. Dennis Westrick

    Not a winning strategy to walk a batter ahead of Happ!

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  20. VaRedsFan

    Abbott’s Alma mater, UVA is playing as we speak. (up 4-3 right now)
    Hoping for both to come away winners today

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  21. Mark Moore

    A little Houdini work to get out of that one. Through the tougher part of the line-up as well.

    Time for Jobu to sober up and wake up.

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  22. RED THUNDER

    Abbott 65 pitches in 3 innings so Brown has to throw 38 to tie him

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    • Dennis Westrick

      The Reds pitching coach would starve to death at an all-you-can-eat buffet as the only technique he knows is nibbling!

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  23. Jim Walker

    Bell coming to decision time here. Does he leave Abbott in no matter what and muster his forces for an all out effort for 3 of 4 tomorrow if Abbott gets bombed; or, does he try to stay in this one?

    The off day on Monday (and Thursday) might give him room to try and win both though.

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  24. RedsGettingBetter

    Abbott is battling with his control. He could keep the game tied after a bad pitch against Bellinger and losing a little bit his focus later. High pitch count, it seems couldn´t go beyond 5th inning…

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    • Mark Moore

      WLW booth was noting that. Bizzarro Zone on full display.

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  25. RED THUNDER

    Just hoping Abbott is running out of steam this year, like what happen at the end of last season. Something to keep an eye on as the season plays out

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  26. Mark Moore

    Thrall called that shot!!! He said 2nd time through last week, Friedl took him deep into the LF bleachers. Cowboy was hooting and hollering … 😀

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  27. Melvin

    Ought Oh JB. If you’re in the house what do you think about Friedl?

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    • Mark Moore

      Hey, Melvin. TJ is LEGIT!!

      BTW, if you missed it last night, menu has burgers on the flat-top tonight and homemade pizza tomorrow night.

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    • Mark Moore

      Similar spot to Candy about halfway up the sundeck.

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  28. Dennis Westrick

    Maybe the 2-run lead will allow Abbott to settle down and be more aggressive!

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  29. dimondfvr

    They must be getting these umps out of the umpire academy, and they must be barely making the grade!

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    • Melvin

      I’m all for the challenge system but I was just thinking how hard it would be to be an accurate ML umpire calling balls and strikes.

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  30. RED THUNDER

    Lets get an easy, quick top of the 4th. Abbott needs it badly

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  31. Mark Moore

    Cowboy speculating Abbott is on a pretty short leash.

    Those Bike Helmets would be very welcome here, but he’s got to entice Gomes with a strike first.

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  32. 50thyearRedsfan

    Yes the pitch count is up again but isn’t it awesome that when we talk about our starting pitchers struggling and having an off day it means they each gave up only one run? What is a good day then for Abbott and Lodolo? A no hitter? lol

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    • Optimist

      Yep – if there’s such a thing as a “quality struggling start” this is it. Maybe the Wisdom K on 3 straight snaps him back into command.

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    • Mark Moore

      For me, a “good day” is 7 strong innings and solid command of the arsenal of pitches. Command definitely lacking for AA today.

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  33. Old-school

    Abbott not sharp but Ill take effective thru 4

    Need to play add on and make it a GABP game with 6-7 runs

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  34. Mark Moore

    That decision works for Bell and Abbott. Bizzarro Zone helping more than a little.

    Who gets to start the 5th today? Abbott is certainly done. And I’d agree with Bell NOT sending him back out today.

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  35. RedsGettingBetter

    Abbott is in a rare outing. He’s been dominant against lefties in his career but not today. He’s been on the tightrope thru these 4 innings

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  36. Melvin

    Even with high pitch counts our starters are generally able to go 5-6 innings. If we could invest through the trade market in some lock down relievers for innings 7-9 we could go far. As much as we need offense the bullpen could even be more important in making us a true winner this year.

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    • 50thyearRedsfan

      I agree that improving the bullpen would be a priority for these Reds to become an even better team, either through trade or calling up Santillan and maybe Legumina? Best option is call those two up and trade for one great reliever like Mason Miller?

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  37. Dennis Westrick

    May want to “Roll the Dice” and send Abbott out to start the 5th?

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  38. RED THUNDER

    Baseball can be a strange game! Today the Cubs have left 6 on base and the Reds 1 but the good guys ahead even with the high pitch count and being out hit. Homers anyone!

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  39. Dennis Westrick

    Someday the Reds young pitchers will learn to limit the WALKS which forces them to work harder AND run up their pitch counts!

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    • RED THUNDER

      That’s the Dream, Dennis! What year will it happen? LOL

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  40. Melvin

    Walked the “Reds Killer”. May not be bad. This is it for Abbott this inning.

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  41. Dennis Westrick

    Bell = Baseball Genius! (that’s sarcasm btw!)

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  42. Mark Moore

    Gambling on Abbott paid off. No real damage done and the bigger hitters are burned.

    That’ll do for today, Pig. You held up your end of the bargain during a rough day.

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  43. RED THUNDER

    Yeah, he’s done! 99 pitches in 5 innings. Time for relief! Starting to see last year again. Good start not so good start. Time will tell

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  44. RedsGettingBetter

    Abbott’s been lucky to hold the lead this time. It’s more on the Cubs struggles than Abbott pitching good today. I think he’s done for the day…None of the frames went 1-2-3

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  45. 50thyearRedsfan

    Five innings 99 pitches and only one run, gotta be happy with that but kinda stressful walking that tightrope the way Abbot did. No way he comes out for the sixth.

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  46. Jim Walker

    Breathe…. Bell rolled the dice and the ball stayed in the park on a catchable trajectory.

    Now it is time to try and make that 2 run lead stand up while hoping the offense can add on.

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  47. LarkinPhillips

    This week marked 1 year of Abbott in the league. You have to be happy with him so far. He is probably middle to back end of rotation starter, but always battles and most of the time the team has a chance to win with him on the mound.

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    • wkuchad

      If he’s a backend starter, then we have a fantastic rotation.

      I’d say he’s a #3 at worst for most teams.

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  48. Dennis Westrick

    Interesting that the Cubs removed their SP after 4 innings and 65 pitches!

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  49. Mark Moore

    Weird play, but it works. 4-1 is a nice score. a 2-out banger from Elly would be sweet.

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  50. wkuchad

    I’m generally anti-sacrifice bunt (except last inning or two), but that’s when a sacrifice makes sense. Don’t want to pinch hit in the 5th. And don’t want Benson facing a lefty in an important situation.

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    • VaRedsFan

      Exactly…made perfect sense for Will to bunt facing the lefty. Kept himself in the game while being productive.

      It helps the TJ was the next batter too.

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  51. Dennis Westrick

    Something just feels better about a 3-run lead!

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  52. Indy Red Man

    Bell’s team executing
    Counsell’s team not executing

    Reds attempting to go 5-1 vs the Cubs so just maybe it’s not all about the manager

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  53. Jim Walker

    Bell can say they are not changing but we just saw an example how they in fact are changing strategically. A couple of weeks ago Benson would not have seen the plate against an LHP in the situation he just did in the 5th. He and Fraley also stayed in a couple of nights ago and at Colorado.

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    • wkuchad

      I would not necessarily call that changing, I’d say that was just a smart use of sacrifice bunt. See my post above.

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      • LarkinPhillips

        Good decision for sure. Not something we saw earlier in the year though.

  54. Optimist

    For those of us throwback oldtimers – Blandino with a scoreless ip in Arizona.

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    • LarkinPhillips

      To bad you can’t watch their games on MiLB TV. Cool thing to root for this year though.

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  55. LarkinPhillips

    4 innings of our bullpen makes me nervous, very nervous. I think it’s going to take us scoring 2 more runs to win at least.

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    • wkuchad

      I don’t disagree, but we have a solid bullpen (though not spectacular) this year, and I believe most available today. I have faith.

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  56. Indy Red Man

    Not impressed w Pagan, atleast for his salary. Thinks he’s a power pitcher at 94. Farmer is a smart vet and has learned to mix it up more

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  57. Dennis Westrick

    And, again, sometimes better to be lucky than good! One (1) inning of Pagan is enough!

    Let’s see where Bell’s RP roulette wheel lands next! Sims? Farmer? Cruz?

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  58. Dennis Westrick

    Steer has got to stay put at 3rd and wait to see if the ball goes thru the infield! Basic baseball fundamentals!

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    • Jim Walker

      Yes but…. India scored the previous inning on a ball right at the 1B only because he was running on contact.

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  59. Optimist

    Moll with another disappearing inning. Can he run some seminars for the rest of the staff?

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  60. Indy Red Man

    Moll was at 90-91 in April and I was worried, but he has so much east-west movement that velocity doesn’t matter much

    Cruz to close today?

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  61. RedsGettingBetter

    Moll manages the first 1-2-3 inning retired by a Reds pitcher today

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  62. Reddawg2012

    It seems like GABP is not filled with as many Cubs fans this weekend as it has been in the past. Maybe it’s just me.

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    • Votto4life

      I was at the game last night. I think that’s a pretty fair assessment.

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    • Indy Red Man

      Trying to get an Indiana team in there.
      Indiana State lost to Kentucky. Indiana got beat by Tennessee, but Evansville taking them to Sunday 1-1

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      • VaRedsFan

        Big win by the Aces today.
        Nip and tuck in the 9th.

    • Jim Walker

      Sims??? in the 9th with 1 run lead is beyond scary. Hopefully, the boyz can do some damage in B8th

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      • Dennis Westrick

        No amount of heart medicine can help with the thought of Sims in the bottom of the 9th AND a one-run lead!

  63. RedsGettingBetter

    Need insurance here please….Sims seems to go for the 9th

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  64. Dennis Westrick

    Just had to make it a one-run game! Means Happ will get an at-bat if ANY of the first 3 batters get on base!

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    • Jim Walker

      Let’s hope if Happ gets to the plate, they are in a situation to walk him without advancing any other runners.

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  65. Indy Red Man

    Martinez was working on the pen. That would be my move. Insurance would be sweet

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  66. Dennis Westrick

    As a dad of a Florida State grad, glad to see the Seminoles in the CWS for the first time since 2019!

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    • Melvin

      Cool. My son a Florida State law degree. 🙂 Does that make us related? 😉

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  67. RedsGettingBetter

    Elly chased the fourth ball… it would be two runners with no outs…Yikes

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    • Indy Red Man

      Yeah imagine how great he’ll be when he quits taking fastball strokes and swinging at off speed out of the zone

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  68. Dennis Westrick

    In the words of Samuel L. Jackson in the first Jurassic Park movie, “Hold on to your butts”!

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  69. RedsGettingBetter

    Here we go…can’t understand why this…

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  70. Indy Red Man

    I will put this on Bell if he blows it because Martinez has been nails

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    • Jim t

      He gave Martinez and Diaz off and got the win. Chance for a sweep tomorrow.

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  71. LarkinPhillips

    To bad Moll didn’t go 2 and cruz 1. This was Bells plan the whole time though.

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    • Jim Walker

      After all these years, Sims still pitches like a starter.

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  72. Jim Walker

    So, is the Reds goal now just to get to b9th tied?

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  73. RedsGettingBetter

    Horrible pitch by Sims in 1-2 count … In the hands of Wilson will be the future of the game

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  74. Old-school

    Lucas sims being lucas Sims

    Insanity

    Spin rate is good though

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  75. Mark Moore

    Moderate positive note … our expectations have been lifted over the past two weeks to the point where this would really hurt if we blow this one.

    That being said …. COME ON BOYZ!!

    Need Bike Helmets in a major way.

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  76. Indy Red Man

    I never thought Bellinger could run like that. Looked like easy 4-6-3

    One more

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    • Mark Moore

      The off target throw to start pretty much crushed the GIDP.

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  77. Indy Red Man

    Wow. We were completely outhit, but hit the only HRs and took advantage of their big error….again

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  78. Moon

    What a GREAT job by WIlson. The man came in and was throwing strikes. And this one belongs to the Reds!!

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  79. RedsGettingBetter

    Wow! WILSON slammed the doooorr! Reds WIN…. Wilson at 98.3 MPH the 4sFB … Jesus…

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  80. Mark Moore

    Good burgers … great beer … and a 3rd win against the Stupid Cubs!

    Oh, and another Ian UnHappY game … 😛

    A guy couldn’t ask much more on a warm Saturday in June.

    Gonna be really noisy at the post-game desk.

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  81. LarkinPhillips

    Wow! REDS WIN! 7 in a row! And chance to sweep the stupid cubs tomorrow. Heck yeah!

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  82. VaRedsFan

    What an awesome game if you like drama.
    Makes the win even sweeter.

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  83. Roger Garrett

    Bell was bailed out by Wilson.Bell has no clue and I mean no clue.Sims is just who he is.Walks the lead guy and gives up a hit on an 0-2 pitch.You can’t make a guy thats been in the league what 8 or 9 years anything other then what he is and thats a low leverage guy up by a few or down by a few.

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      • wkuchad

        Sims had a 3.10 ERA in 67 games last year, and you want to DFA him? He’s not been horrible this year.

    • Jim t

      Wilson through yesterday as well as Diaz and Martinez. Bell probably wanted to get through today and save some guys for tomorrow with Montas pitching. Monday is a off day.

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  84. Jim Walker

    Wilson did not throw a pitch called a ball.

    Outstanding play by Stephenson for out #2

    These guys are playing solid to outstanding baseball as a team.

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    • Mark Moore

      Ty’s catch has to be in the running for “key moment” in the recap.

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  85. Mark Moore

    TySteve again tonight with Jim Day. That was a spectacular play.

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    • Mark Moore

      Day saying he wanted Wilson as well, but Justin “politely declined”

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      • Mark A Verticchio

        That is strange, I think he should close some. He throws harder than any bull pen guy and throws strikes.

      • wkuchad

        “close some” – many, many on here wanted him DFA not long ago. We can be a fickle bunch on here.

    • Melvin

      Yeah. Wasn’t able to post but was watching. It WAS spectacular in a critical moment.

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    • Melvin

      “That was a spectacular play”

      The fact that Happ was the batter made it that much better. 🙂

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  86. Dennis Westrick

    Honestly, guys! I can’t take many more of these! And can we finally DFA Sims?

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    • Melvin

      I think we’re seeing why we need some more late inning help. lol

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      • wkuchad

        What we’re seeing is a bullpen full of solid relievers, but no one that’s truly dominant.

        Though I’d like a truly dominant closer, given the choice, I’d take an overall solid bullpen.

        And we’ve had a few bullpen pitchers approaching being great this year.

      • Melvin

        Just want to stack the deck. I want to win. Sims and Diaz certainly aren’t trustworthy at this point. Need more dominance in my view. Good job by Wilson today.

      • VaRedsFan

        It’s not an either/or situation WKU. You’re allowed to have both.

      • wkuchad

        lol, of course you are, but you also have to accept and deal with the current reality

      • Melvin

        wkuchad – I know we all just want to win and may have different opinions about some things. This stretch has been fun for all of us. We all just want it to continue this time. You’re obviously a very wise baseball guy. 🙂

      • wkuchad

        Totally agree with everything you said Melvin, except that last sentence is a big stretch 🙂

      • Melvin

        “except that last sentence is a big stretch”

        Haha I don’t think so. Good discussing baseball with ya.

    • Harry Stoner

      Still…..this is a game the Reds likely would have lost at any time over the last X years.

      I’ve far too many bullpen implosions.

      The fact that Wilson was at least able to shut it down is a positive.

      But for Moll and Wilson, the BP performed pretty poorly today.

      Sims is a complete mystery.

      He can’t be depended on right now.

      Maybe if Wilson steps up Moll can move into even more crucial situations.

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  87. Jeremiah

    Wilson at 36 years old is throwing 98 mph? That does not seem normal! With his arm, career ERA, being a veteran, you can understand why the Reds have held onto him so far this year. If he stays healthy, having lefties Moll, Suter, healthy Wilson or even Young, a lot of left handed depth.

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    • Melvin

      Yeah. Teams seem to have trouble hitting lefties this year for some reason. Having several lefties is an asset.

      Reply

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