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Cincinnati.com Jul 1, 2015
Reds' Bryan Price on Johnny Cueto

Reds' Bryan Price on Johnny Cueto

Reds manager Bryan Price talks about Johnny Cueto.         
Redleg Nation Jul 1, 2015

Cueto pitches a gem….Reds take 2 of 3 from the Twins

Johnny Cueto pitched eight brilliant innings for the Reds, allowing just one lone run. Cueto struck out eight Twins batters, while walking only one. Aroldis Chapman pitched a perfect ninth, but was aided by a nice diving catch by Billy Hamilton to end the game (video). The Reds offense was held pretty well in check, as they …
Twinkie Town Jul 1, 2015

Reds 2, Twins 1: Offense can't back up May's solid start

Twins lose yet another series and start July off with a loss. The Twins getaway lineup today featured not-Mauer, not-Hunter, and not-Suzuki. Somewhat predictably, Johnny Cueto had very few problems getting outs today. The Twins first threat came in the 2nd inning when Trevor Plouffe and Kennys Vargas led off with singles. Then #6 hitter Chris Herrmann popped up a bunt for an out, Danny Santana struck out and Shane Robinson flew out to end the inning. On the other side of the hill, Trevor May was able to leave the bases loaded in the bottom of the second by striking out Eugenio Suarez,...
Columbus Dispatch Jul 1, 2015

Reds 2, Twins 1: Cueto dominant in fifth win of season

CINCINNATI — Johnny Cueto made his best start yet since returning from a sore elbow, allowing four hits in eight innings, and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Minnesota Twins 2-1 on Wednesday to take their interleague series. The game started 12 hours after the Twins’ 8-5 win on Tuesday night following a long weather delay. Minnesota played several rested backups in the quick turnaround, with Torii Hunter among those out of the lineup.
Red Reporter Jul 1, 2015

Reds 2, Twins 1 - Johnny Cueto shines in perhaps his final start in Cincinnati

Goin' out guns ablaze. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game With the Cincinnati Reds beginning a seven game road trip to face the Washington Nationals and Florida Marlins next week, Wednesday's start for Johnny Cueto was his final one at home prior to the All Star break.  Given how the Reds are now five games under .500 and 150/1 shots to win the World Series, all signs point to Cueto being shopped and likely traded as soon as the All Star Game spotlight is removed from Cincinnati in just over two weeks. In other words, Wednesday's matinee against the Minnesota Twins may well...
Cincinnati.com Jul 1, 2015
Cueto, Reds edge Twins in rubber match

Cueto, Reds edge Twins in rubber match

Johnny Cueto and the Reds earned the series win with Wednesday's victory against the Minnesota Twins.         
Red Reporter Jul 1, 2015

Reds vs. Twins, Game 3: Preview and Predictions Thread

Minnesota Twins @ Cincinnati Reds Wednesday, July 1, 201512:35 PM EDTGABP Johnny Cueto vs. Trevor May Some daysball to right the ship today. The Reds could use a good one. They'll have Johnny Cueto on the mound, though, so that's a good start. In the meantime, read this excellent look back on the Cueto Era in Cincinnati. He was the tough luck loser in his last start, so hopefully he can get the win today to even his record up and start making believers out of opposing GMs. He'll face Trevor May, who's in his second big league season and facing the Reds for the first time. May got...
Red Reporter Jul 1, 2015

Johnny Cueto Countdown, Part IV

The ace's Reds' aceness has a timer. What's the only thing better than Cincinnati Reds ace Johnny Cueto slicing up opponents' eyeballs en route to a vintage dominant performance? When said performance comes against the St. Louis Cardinals, of course. Johnny takes the mound again for the Reds on Wednesday against the Minnesota Twins, and with his time as a member of the Reds most likely dwindling, the least we can do to praise his phenomenal run with the team is to celebrate his past successes.  Today, we look back at his September 11, 2014 outing against the filthy Cards in GABP, a start...
Columbus Dispatch Jun 27, 2015

Mets 2, Reds 1: Cueto's wildness proves costly for Cincinnati in loss

Johnny Cueto was cruising along until he suddenly developed a problem — with the strike zone, not his sometimes-achy elbow. The Cincinnati ace gave the light-hitting New York Mets exactly the help they needed when he lost his control on Friday night, dooming the Reds to a 2-1 loss.
Cincinnati.com Jun 26, 2015
Reds, Cueto suffer tough-luck loss

Reds, Cueto suffer tough-luck loss

A bad pitch and a few walks were enough to do in Johnny Cueto in the Reds loss to the Mets.         
Red Reporter Jun 26, 2015

Syndergaard silences Reds bats, Johnny Cueto can't do it all. Reds lose, 2-1

Syndergaard rocks the Reds bats to sleep. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game This was a thoroughly uninteresting game for the Reds offense, which is really no surprise since Johnny Cueto was on the mound. And for that, I'm giving it (again) to Cueto. We have a really high standard for Johnny. To the point where a 6 inning, 2 hit, 2 earned effort leaves me wanting more. Due to all of the times that he looks superhuman, I want him to be superhuman every time. He can't and he wont, and when I look at the numbers, I realize how irrational I am for expecting more. Who the hell...
MetsBlog Jun 26, 2015

Tejada leaves game with elbow contusion

Mets 3B Ruben Tejada left Friday’s game in the fifth inning with an elbow contusion. Tejada was hit on the elbow by a Johnny Cueto pitch in the fourth inning. X-rays on his elbow were negative. Comment …
Mets 360 Jun 26, 2015

Game Chatter: Johnny Cueto vs. Noah Syndergaard (6/26/15)

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Red Reporter Jun 26, 2015

Reds at Mets, Game 1: Preview and Predictions Thread

Cincinnati Reds @ New York Mets Friday, June 26, 20157:10 PM EDTCiti Field Johnny Cueto vs. Noah Syndergaard COMPLETE COVERAGE > It's Cueto Day. The Reds are in New York for a weekend series against the Mets. It's the Reds' current (and potentially former) ace against the Mets' ace of the future (as long as they don't trade him). Phillips batting leadoff again, Byrdman has the night off. Go Reds! Bullpen Log Reliever 6/21 6/22 6/23 6/24 6/25 5 day totals Aroldis Chapman 1.0, 22p 1.0, 7p 2.0, 29 pitches Ryan Mattheus 1.0, 9p 0.2, 17p 1.0, 14p 2.2, 40...
Red Reporter Jun 26, 2015

Johnny Cueto Countdown, Part III

Tick, tock, tick, tock...the trade deadline is inching closer. There are roughly 35 days until MLB's non-waiver trade deadline, and it's no secret that soon-to-be-free-agent is one of the most coveted trade targets likely to be on the market.  With that in mind and the clock a-ticking, we're going to look back at a few of Johnny's best performances as a Red on every day he's scheduled to pitch since we love nostalgia and making you cry. Cueto will take the mound tonight against Noah Syndergaard & the New York Mets a touch after 7 PM EST. ★★★ When he stepped on the mound against the...

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