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Game 2015.83: Tigers at Mariners

Hello Friends - Nice win last night. Baseball is a long season. We just happen to be over 1/2 way done and it’s not looking so good. There’s still a lot of hope out there and Lynn Henning wrote today that the Tigers could chase Cole Hamels, Johnny Cueto, Mike Leake, or Jorge de la […]
Newark Star-Ledger Jun 30, 2015

Why Yankees should trade for Cincinnati Reds' Mike Leake

And why they should skip on Jeff Samardzija, Johnny Cueto
Red Reporter Jun 24, 2015

Too much Leake for the Pirate ship tonight, Reds win 5-2

Mike Leake bests Gerrit Cole for the Reds win. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game Marlon Byrd. The Byrdman went 2-for-4 with a home run and 3 RBI. Honorable Mentions are due to: Tucker Barnhart, who went 3-for-4, Mike Leake for his masterful pitching performance, and Billy Hamilton, who stole 2 bases and created the Reds' first run. Key Plays For the second night in a row, the Reds got to the Pirates starter early. Billy Hamilton celebrated his return to the leadoff spot by walking and stealing 2nd and 3rd, and Todd Frazier doubled to bring him in. Jay Bruce followed...
It’s Gerrit Cole night

It’s Gerrit Cole night

There’s little to say on nights when Gerrit Cole takes the mound other than that it’s a night that Gerrit Cole is taking the mound and thus it’s worth your while to watch him pitch. The Reds are a mess right now, and the Pirates could use the wins. Mike Leake starts for the Reds, […]
Red Reporter Jun 24, 2015

Reds at Pirates, Game 2: Preview and Predictions Thread

Cincinnati Reds @ Pittsburgh Pirates Wednesday, June 24, 20157:05 PM EDTPNC Park Mike Leake vs. Gerrit Cole COMPLETE COVERAGE > Leakey is back on the hill for another audition just another routine start, as the Reds try to turn this series around. The bullpen got taxed pretty badly last night, so they could use a solid outing from Leake. He did that in his last start, going 7 shutout innings, so a repeat of that would be a welcomed sight for this Reds offense. Especially since that offense will be facing Gerrit Cole, who's been one of the best pitchers in baseball this year. He's...
River Ave. Blues Jun 23, 2015

Yankees continue to scout Mike Leake, have “sworn off” trading top prospects

For at least the second straight start, the Yankees had a scout watching Reds right-hander Mike Leake over the weekend, according to George King. They sent a different set of eyes too — last time out Jeff Datz scouted Leake and this time it was Brandon Duckworth. Leake struck out seven and allowed two hits [...] Yankees continue to scout Mike Leake, have “sworn off” trading top prospects is a post from: River Avenue Blues The post Yankees continue to scout Mike Leake, have “sworn off” trading top prospects appeared first on River Avenue Blues.
New York Post Jun 20, 2015

Yankees watch as their other Reds target dominates

The Yankees continue to track Reds pitcher Mike Leake. After having scout Jeff Datz watch Leake pitch last week the Yankees sent scout Brandon Duckworth into Cincinnati Friday night to...
Columbus Dispatch Jun 20, 2015

Reds 5, Marlins 0 / Mike Leake is at his best in seven-inning outing

Fastball, slider, curve … everything was working for Mike Leake. Leake allowed only two singles through seven innings on Friday night and Marlon Byrd homered in his return from a broken wrist, leading the Cincinnati Reds to a 5-0 victory over the Miami Marlins.
Redleg Nation Jun 19, 2015

Titanic Struggle Recap: Three in a row

Final R H E Miami Marlins (29-40) 0 4 0 Cincinnati Reds (31-35) 5 9 0 W: Leake (4-4) L: Haren (6-4) FanGraphs Win Probability | Box Score The Good –It all starts with Mike Leake. Leake took a no-hitter into the sixth; in the end, he tossed seven shutout innings, allowing only two hits …
Red Reporter Jun 19, 2015

Everything worked for the Cincinnati Reds, Mike Leake(!) does his thing as Reds beat Marlins 5-0

Mike Leake was in control (even when he wasn't) and the Reds got batting contributions from many people. The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game There is a lot of Johnny Cueto love that goes on in this section, and rightfully so, as we (potentially) approach the end of his tenure as a Red. But we often overlook... we're probably approaching the end of Mike Leake's tenure as a Red as well. Leake doesn't have the numbers (or a runner up Cy Young vote) to his name, but he's been a very solid pitcher for the Reds since being inserted into the starting rotation straight out of college...
Cincinnati.com Jun 19, 2015
Leake sharp as Reds beat Marlins

Leake sharp as Reds beat Marlins

Mike Leake took a no-hitter into the sixth inning and threw seven shutout innings as the Reds beat the Marlins Friday.         

Leake pitches Reds past Marlins

Mike Leake tossed seven shutout innings and the Cincinnati Reds blanked the Miami Marlins 5-0 in the opener of a three-game series.
Red Reporter Jun 19, 2015

Reds vs. Marlins, Game 1: Preview and Predictions Thread

Miami Marlins @ Cincinnati Reds Friday, June 18, 20157:10 PM EDTGABP Mike Leake vs. Dan Haren COMPLETE COVERAGE > Everthing I wrote yesterday about Mike Leake still applies, since he's pitching today's game instead with the rainout last night. He'll face Dan Haren, who's been the Haren we've come to expect. Not a ton of walks, not a ton of strikeouts, ERA in the low 3's. Marlon Byrd is back for the Reds, so that's great news. I think the Ivan DeJesus magic was kind of wearing off anyway. The bullpen is finally kind of rested with the off day yesterday. Go Reds. Bullpen...
Red Reporter Jun 18, 2015

Reds vs. Tigers, Game 2: Preview and Predictions Thread

Detroit Tigers @ Cincinnati Reds Thursday, June 18, 20157:10 PM EDTGABP Mike Leake vs. Justin Verlander COMPLETE COVERAGE > After the long night last night, I think we'd be happy with another pitching duel today. Mike Leake has been solid lately, even if he only went 5 innings in his last start. He's still kind of showcasing himself for trades, as it's that time of year, but the Reds will probably want him to go at least 6 innings last night with heavy bullpen nights in the last two games. He'll face Mr. Upton, who's pitching in his second game of the year. He went 5 innings in his...
Red Reporter Jun 14, 2015

Giants GM Brian Sabean was at Wrigley scouting Mike Leake and Johnny Cueto

From Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal: After news that #SFGiants' Sabean and Elder were at Wrigley for Cueto on Friday, some fans opined that team is more likely to pursue Leake. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) June 14, 2015 Well, FWIW, #SFGiants' Sabean and Elder also were at Wrigley last night to see Leake. — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) June 14, 2015 They certainly seem like a fit for one of them, and maybe the Reds could convince the Giants to part with Kyle Crick for one of them? What would a potential return from SF look like?

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