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Reds take series from Bucs with 4-0 shutout

The Reds seem to be hitting their stride a little bit. The Reds won their first series of the year with the help of a masterful pitching performance from Johnny Cueto. 319 more words


Jose Tabata leaves game with concussion-like symptoms

Pirates outfielder Jose Tabata just made a great catch to rob Brayan Pena of an extra-base hit, but unfortunately he slammed into an unpadded portion of the wall in Cincinnati and had to leave the game. 38 more words

Same as the old loss

Final R H E Cincinnati Reds  (2-5)
 3  10  1 St. Louis Cardinals  (4-3)  5  9  0 W: Wacha (1-0)   L 776 more words
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Reds catcher Devin Mesoraco returns from disabled list

Reds catcher Devin Mesoraco has been activated from the disabled list after being sidelined since the middle of spring training with an oblique injury.

Cincinnati traded Ryan Hanigan to the Rays this winter in large part because they wanted to clear the path for Mesoraco to take over as the starting catcher at age 25. 61 more words

Game 1: Cards 1 - Reds 0

The season started off with a whimper for the Reds as they only mustered 3 hits against Public Enemy No. 1′s staff ace, Adam Wainwright. Most of the hitters were hapless against Wainwright, so the offense was very boring to watch. 180 more words


Re: Saget: Fearing the Worst

I confess: I have CDO. What’s CDO? It’s just like OCD, but the letters are arranged alphabetically, the way they fucking should be.

I actually wonder if Saget has Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in re: his Big Red Machine. 111 more words

From the Collection: Brayan Peña, c, Cincinnati Reds

Pena was signed this offseason by the Reds, and should slide in as the #2 catcher behind Devin Mesoraco.

Year Age Tm Lg AB HR RBI BB SO BA OBP OPS OPS+ 2001 19 ATL-min Rk 235 1 33 31 30 .370 .440 .908 2002 20 ATL-min A,A+ 290 3 26 25 41 .228 .292 .588 2003 21 ATL-min A+ 286 2 27 11 28 .294 .320 .691 2004 22 ATL-min AA 277 2 30 15 29 .314 .349 .750 2005 23 ATL-min AAA 282 0 25 28 19 .326 .383 .798 2005 23 … 37 more words

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