Sonny Gray took a no-hitter into the seventh inning, but then the wheels came off and Kyle Lewis dashed the Reds hopes once again.
Tonight the Cincinnati Reds will be trying to beat the Seattle Mariners after yet again losing a game they appeared to have in hand for a win Tuesday night.
The Cincinnati Reds and Seattle Mariners last met in 2016 when the Mariners swept a 3 game series at GABP. The Mariners lead the lifetime series 13-2
Michael Lorenzen is the best Reds hitting pitcher of all time at least until Eugenio Suarez takes the mound in a mop-up game sometime.
Sonny Gray threw six strong innings before the Reds' bullpen let him down yet again. Phillip Ervin, however, saved the day with an 11th inning walk-off home run.
The Cincinnati Reds acquired Freddy Galvis earlier this week and now it appears that he's going to be taking away playing time from the young core.