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Columbus Dispatch May 27, 2015

Skip Schumaker's double snaps Reds' losing streak

Skip Schumaker’s pinch-hit double ended the Reds’ nine-game losing streak — their longest in 17 years — with a 2-1 victory over the Colorado Rockies on Tuesday night.
Red Reporter May 26, 2015

Reds 2, Rockies 1 - Skip Schumaker is the hero the Reds deserve!

A WIN! A WIN! A WIN A WIN A WIN! The Joe Nuxhall Memorial Honorary Star of the Game Michael Lorenzen logged his best career start to date on Tuesday night in his rookie season with the Cincinnati Reds, as he held the Colorado Rockies to just a single run on a pair of hits during his 7 innings on the mound.  Lorenzen walked three, struck out three, and was as pitch efficient as could be hoped for while throwing just 90 pitches through 7 IP, and he flashed continual command against one of the more potent offenses in all of baseball.  If he can keep that kind of command, his stuff will...

Giants catch enough breaks, get enough hits -- and an immaculate inning from Casilla -- to outlast Reds

Running game story... CINCINNATI – Reds center fielder Billy Hamilton looks fast sitting down. He is probably the fastest baseball player in a generation. He leaned off first base when Skip Schumaker hit his double with two outs in the… Continue Reading → The post Giants catch enough breaks, get enough hits -- and an immaculate inning from Casilla -- to outlast Reds appeared first on Giants Extra.

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