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Brewers rally to defeat Reds 6-4

Brewers rally to defeat Reds 6-4

Brewers rally from a 4-0 deficit to win. Box Score Comebacks have been a common occurrence in recent weeks. The Brewers had to put together another Zach Davies’ struggles in the first inning continued to start this game. He started with a fly out to Scooter Gennett. After that, he walked Joey Votto, then two straight singles to Matt Kemp and Eugenio Suarez. Yasiel Puig then put the Reds on the board with a sac fly. That was followed by another single from Jose Peraza, staking the Reds to an early 3-0 lead. The Reds got another run in the second inning, allowing a single to Jose Siri,...
Cincinnati.com Mar 19, 2019
Joey Votto chasing his old swing as he looks to bounce back from his 2018 season

Joey Votto chasing his old swing as he looks to bounce back from his 2018 season

Joey Votto entered Tuesday with two hits in 20 at-bats, though hes posted a .438 on-base percentage through a Cactus League-leading 12 walks.         
Red Reporter Mar 19, 2019
Spring Training Game Twenty-Five: White Sox at Reds

Spring Training Game Twenty-Five: White Sox at Reds

Late night Reds are on TV! The Cincinnati Reds will play host to the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night, and they’ll do so with a pretty power-packed lineup. Nick Senzel, Joey Votto, Yasiel Puig, and six other Reds I deliberately skipped over in favor of listing those three names are all expected to get some extended run in this one, seeing as the regular season starts in just over a week and it’s time to ramp everything up. Lucas Sims will make his second start of the spring, and continues to be a pitcher on the roster that seems to be flying completely under the radar. I’ll be...
Red Reporter Mar 17, 2019
Spring Training Game Twenty-Three: Cleveland at Reds

Spring Training Game Twenty-Three: Cleveland at Reds

A Goodyear face-off! The Cincinnati Reds will take on their Cleveland brethren again on Sunday in the penultimate Goodyear scuffle of the spring. It figures to be a good one, too, with Luis Castillo and Corey Kluber the scheduled starters and the likes of Joey Votto, Nick Senzel, Jose Ramirez, Scooter Gennett, and Jordan Luplow all in their respective starting lineups. Jordan Luplow! Castillo will be hitting for the Reds, as they have reached the point in spring camp where they get their pitchers some PAs in true NL fashion. Cleveland, meanwhile, will still use the DH today - welcome back...
Call to the Pen Mar 17, 2019

Cincinnati Reds Joey Votto and playing the game the right way

On Friday, Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto set an example for players everywhere. If there is one thing in particular about Joey Votto that truly stands out, it is his general inability to pop up on the infield. Over his career, the Cincinnati Reds first baseman has popped up on the infield on only […] Cincinnati Reds Joey Votto and playing the game the right way - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Red Reporter Mar 16, 2019
Spring Training Game Twenty-Two: Rangers at Reds

Spring Training Game Twenty-Two: Rangers at Reds

Disco gets another look today The Reds take on the Rangers today at 4:05 ET. Anthony DeSclafani gets the ball, with Amir Garrett, Jared Hughes, and Raisel Iglesias scheduled to pitch in relief. No Votto in the lineup, but a good day to watch potential bench players try and make the roster, in Dietrich, Ervin, and Jose Iglesias. Also notable in this one is that Michael Lorenzen is on that roster below as an outfielder. He’s not scheduled to pitch and move to the OF like he did the last time, he’s just hitting and playing the field today. Your Reds travel roster: Today’s #Reds lineup...
Red Reporter Mar 15, 2019
Spring Training Game Twenty-One: Dodgers at Reds

Spring Training Game Twenty-One: Dodgers at Reds

Tanner Roark gets the start. The Cincinnati Reds and Los Angeles Dodgers played nine innings just yesterday, at which point nothing was solved in a 3-3 game. In a wonderful coincidence, the two clubs will swap stadiums and keep right on playing on Friday night with the chance to put some finality on the ledger in these completely meaningless spring training games. Hey, at least this one will be on TV! MLB Network will carry this broadcast, and the Reds are rolling out a pretty realistic big league lineup to boot. Nick Senzel is leading of as the team’s CF, Joey Votto will be backing him...
Lookout Landing Mar 7, 2019
Open Game Thread: 3/7/19

Open Game Thread: 3/7/19

Thiccuchi strikes again Hello. We had snow this morning, on March 7. I don’t wanna talk about it, which makes me wonder why I brought it up. Thankfully it is not snowing in Peoria where we have... ROSTER NEWS We have #Mariners roster moves. Re-assigned to minor league camp Nabil Crismatt, Taylor Scott, Cal Raleigh and Eric Filia.— Shannon Drayer (@shannondrayer) March 7, 2019 For those keeping score at home, that is one less generously built lower half in M’s camp. We also have LINEUPS Lineups for the #Mariners game in Goodyear against the Reds. Kikuchi and Votto rematch......
Blog Red Machine Mar 7, 2019

Cincinnati Reds: Predicting the Triple-A starting lineup

Almost every starting spot on the Cincinnati Reds roster is set. That means there will be a lot of talented players heading down to Triple-A Louisville to begin the 2019 season. The Cincinnati Reds starting lineup is all but set. Familiar faces like Joey Votto, Tucker Barnhart, and Eugenio Suárez will be ready to go […] Cincinnati Reds: Predicting the Triple-A starting lineup - Blog Red Machine - Blog Red Machine - A Cincinnati Reds Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Cincinnati.com Mar 7, 2019
Doc column: Despite fatigue, Cincinnati Reds' Joey Votto 'prepared' for 2019 MLB season

Doc column: Despite fatigue, Cincinnati Reds' Joey Votto 'prepared' for 2019 MLB season

Votto is wise enough to heed the creeping limitations of age, and fastidious enough to at least keep them in slow motion.         
Red Reporter Mar 3, 2019
Dick Williams: Start Nick Senzel.

Dick Williams: Start Nick Senzel.

A fan’s reason not to outsmart yourself because we’re you. Hello, Mr. Williams and fellow Reds fans! Did you know that Nick Senzel is particularly adept at hitting baseballs and is supposed to be pretty dang good going forward? Ok. Did you know that Nick Senzel is going to be 23 on Opening Day 2019 and will be 24 for the majority of the season? Ok. Did you know that Nick Senzel can reliable play 3B, 2B, SS, LF, RF and most likely CF? Hell, you could probably toss him at 1B on days you want to give Votto a spell. Did you know that Nick Senzel hit .310/.378/.509 in a chunk of season at...
Red Reporter Feb 27, 2019
Spring Training Game Five: Reds at White Sox

Spring Training Game Five: Reds at White Sox

Tanner Roark takes the bump. After a spotless inning of work in his Cincinnati Reds Cactus League debut, Tanner Roark will get another start today. This time, he’ll be up against the Chicago White Sox as he and his new Reds brethren head over to Camelback Ranch for some action this Wednesday afternoon, with first pitch set for 3:05 PM ET. On top of that, we’ll again get to see Nick Senzel play some CF, as he gets the start in a lineup that will also feature Joey Votto, Yasiel Puig, and Eugenio Suarez. Have I mentioned how kick-ass the Reds roster planning was this offseason? Derek...
The Seattle Times Feb 25, 2019
‘Better than pretty good’: Yusei Kikuchi impresses Mariners, strikes out Reds’ Joey Votto in debut

‘Better than pretty good’: Yusei Kikuchi impresses Mariners, strikes out Reds’ Joey Votto in debut

Kikuchi struck out Joey Votto — the second batter he faced — in impressive fashion, throwing two total innings and allowing two unearned runs.
Lookout Landing Feb 25, 2019
Mariners paint glorious picture of present and future, vanquish the Reds

Mariners paint glorious picture of present and future, vanquish the Reds

Monday’s Spring Training game saw Yusei Kikuchi eliminate Joey Votto and Domingo Santana nearly eliminate a dog Today’s desert duel between the Seattle Mariners and Cincinnati Reds was about as Spring Training as a Spring Training game can be. We got our first looks at guys playing for their new teams, as Yusei Kikuchi and Edwin Encarnación debuted for the M’s and Alex Wood was adorned in red for the first time. We also got a glimpse of both teams’ futures, as prospects showcased the upsides that scouts have foretold. Action revved up immediately as Kikuchi took the mound for his...
Cincinnati.com Feb 22, 2019
Cincinnati Reds manager David Bell posts his first lineup: Don't read too much into it

Cincinnati Reds manager David Bell posts his first lineup: Don't read too much into it

Votto batting second and Suárez batting fourth could indicate what Bell will do in the regular season.         

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