A full recap of this afternoon's big league baseball game between the Cincinnati Reds and the St. Louis Cardinals from Busch Stadium.
The Reds offense got off to a great start on Wednesday night when they collected three straight hits off Mike Soroka to start the game. The Reds were only able to scratch across one run in that inning and two more hits the rest of the night. Tanner Roark battled through five innings, but a Yasiel Puig error gave the Braves the lead in the fifth inning. They would go on to win 3-1.
The Short Version: Luis Castillo is probably the best pitcher on the planet, though Raisel Iglesias has decided to stake his own claim. In other news: Reds score four runs and win their third game in a row!... Read More...
The Short Version: Nice pitching can't be overcome by complete lack of offense. Where have we heard that one before? Final R H E Cincinnati Reds (5-12) 2 3 0 Los Angeles Dodgers (1... Read More...
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