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5-25 vs Col Reds Gamenotes

5-25 vs Col Reds Gamenotes

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TONIGHT'S GAME
: Is
Game 1
of a 3-game series vs
Jay Alves' Rockies
and
Game 5
(4-0) of a 7-game homestandthat included a
4-game series sweep
of the
rst-place Braves
...beginning
Monday
the Reds hit the road for a 7-day,6-game trip to
Pit
(3g) and
Hou
(off day, 3g)...are
14g
(9-5) into a stretch of 
20 consecutive games
without a day off.
STREAKING
: The Reds' season-high
6-game winning streak
is their longest since a
7-game streak
from
8/13-8/20,2010
...their season-high
5-game home winning
streak is 2 shy of last year's season best (7g, 5/4-5/17)...at
25-19
theRedlegs are a season-high
6g over .500
...are alone in rst place for the rst time since
5/18 of last season
...prior totoday had been in second place for 
29 straight days
...the Reds went
7-1-3
in their previous
11 series
(2-1 at Chi, 2-1vs SF, 2-1 vs Hou, 1-1 vs Chi, 2-1 at Pit, 2-1 at Mil,
1-2 vs Wsh
, 1-1 at Atl, 1-1 at NYM, 2-1 at NYY, 4-0 vs Atl).
DOT, DOT, DOT....
: In their 4-game series the
Reds
(10hr) and
Braves
(6hr) combined for 
16 homers
, including 13
solo shots...the Reds swept the Braves in a 4-game series for the rst time since
4/13-4/16, 1990
at
Fulton CountyStadium
and swept them in a 4-game
home series
for the rst time since
4/9-4/13, 1980
at
Riverfront Stadium
...
tonight's 15-minute reworks show, featuring
Rozzi’s Famous Fireworks
and presented by
Orville Redenbacher 
,will begin approximately 15 minutes after the conclusion of the game...in pre-game ceremonies the Reds will honor 
Summit Country Day High School’s
Division III state championship teams in
boys basketball
and
girls soccer 
, the
rst 2 state titles in school history...
Todd Frazier 
,
J.J. Hoover 
,
Drew Stubbs
and
Joey Votto
participated in today'sseason ticket holders luncheon...plenty of tickets are available for games
tomorrow
and
Sunday
vs the
Rockies
.
MEMORIAL DAY
: Courtesy
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center 
, fans 12 and under will be admitted
free
to the
Reds Hall of Fame and Museum
on
Monday
...the museum will be open
10:00 a.m.
to
5:00 p.m.
..upcoming
Cincinnati Children’s Kids Free Days
are
June 28
,
July 25
,
August 7
and
September 16
...for more information, logon to www.redsmuseum.org or call (513) 765-7923.
MILESTONES
: The
9-4 win
on
4/20 at Cubs
was the
10,000th victory
in the history of the Reds franchise...the
2-1win
on
5/9 at Mil
was
Dusty Baker's 1,500th
as a Major League manager...
Scott Rolen's
double off 
Jose Veras
on
5/8 at Mil
was the
506th
of his career, tying
Babe Ruth
for 
48th
on that all-time list.
HISTORIC
: According to
Elias Sports Bureau
, in the 9-6 win on 5/13 vs Wsh
Joey Votto
became the rst player in
Major League history
to produce in the same game
3 home runs
and a
walkoff grand slam
(off 
Henry Rodriguez
)...in tying the club record for homers in a game - accomplished
33 times
now by
27 players
-
Votto
became the fth
player in Reds history to produce more than one 3-homer game:
Johnny Bench
(3 times),
Gus Bell
(twice),
Eric Davis
 (twice) and
Aaron Boone
(twice)...the bat
Votto
used is at the
Hall of Fame
in
Cooperstown
.
FIRST VOTTO....
: On
4/4
the Reds signed
2010 National League MVP
and 2-time
All-Star 1B Joey Votto
to a 10-year contract extension through the
2023
season, with a club option for 
2024
...
Votto
had been signed through
2013
aspart of a 3-year contract he received in
January 2011
, when he avoided arbitration.
....THEN PHILLIPS
: On
4/10
the Reds signed
All-Star 2B Brandon Phillips
to a 6-year contract through the
2017
 season...he had been signed through
2012
as part of a 5-year contract he received in
February 2008
...
Phillips is a
2-time National League All-Star who in the last 4 seasons has won 3
Rawlings Gold Glove Awards
and a
LouisvilleSilver Slugger Award
...in 2011, he was 1 of only 6 players voted to the All-Star team who also won both
Gold Glove
 and
Silver Slugger 
awards, and he was rated by eld managers as the best defensive second baseman in the NL.
COOPERSTOWN
: Former Reds All-Star 
Barry Larkin
and Cubs great
Ron Santo
will be inducted into the
NationalBaseball Hall of Fame
during ceremonies on
Sun, 7/22
in
Cooperstown
...media looking for housing shouldcontact the
Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce
at
(607) 547-9983
or visit its online reservation system at www.cooperstownchamber.org...the
Reds Hall of Fame
and
Provident Travel
are coordinating travel packages for 
induction
weekend
...for more information call
(513) 247-1100
or 
(800) 354-8108
.
REDS HALL OF FAMERS
: Modern rst basemen
Sean Casey
and
Dan Driessen
, along with 19th Century rst baseman
John Reilly
, have been announced as the
Reds Hall of Fame Class of 2012
...
Casey
was selected by the fans throughthe modern player ballot presented by Cincyfavorites.com...the veterans committee selected
Driessen
and
Reilly
...thetrio will be honored
June 22-24
during
Reds Hall of Fame Induction Weekend
.
THE DRAFT
: On
June 4
, Major League Baseball's rst-year player draft will be broadcast live at
7:00 p.m. ET
on
MLBNetwork
and
MLB.com
(pre-draft show begins at
6:00
)...2012
Reds Hall of Fame
inductee
Sean Casey
will the club'srepresentative...the Reds will select
14th
,
49th
(as compensation for the loss of Type B free agent
Ramon Hernandez
 to the Rockies),
57th
(as compensation for the loss of Type B free agent
Francisco Cordero
to the Blue Jays),
78th
,
109th
and
142nd
...the
Astros
will have the No. 1 overall pick for the third time in their history (
1976
,
1992
)...per thenew
Basic Agreement
, the draft will have
40 rounds
instead of 
50
.
REDS AT GREAT AMERICAN BALL PARK (13-8, .619)
: In
10 seasons
and
752 games
at GABP the Reds are
386-365-1
(.513)...the Reds are
4-0
on this homestand (4-0 vs Atl,
0-0 vs Col
)...went
4-2-1
in their previous
7 homeseries
(
2-1 vs Mia
, 1-2 vs StL,
2-1 vs SF
,
2-1 vs Hou
, 1-1 vs Chi, 1-2 vs Wsh,
4-0 vs Atl
) and
1-1-1
on their previous
3 homestands
(3-3,
5-3
, 1-2).
REDS ON THE ROAD (12-11, .522)
: The Reds went
4-3
on their most recent road trip (1-1 at Atl, 1-1 at NYM, 2-1at NYY)...went
4-2-2
in their 
8 road series
(1-3 at Wsh, 1-2 at StL,
2-1 at Chi
,
2-1 at Pit
,
2-1 at Mil
, 1-1 at Atl, 1-1 atNYM,
2-1 at NYY
), including an active streak of 
6 straight
road series wins or splits, and
2-1
on their previous
2 road
trips
(4-6,
4-2
,
4-3
).
IN THE STANDINGS (51):
The Reds have spent the following days alone or tied at each position in the NationalLeague Central Division standings:
FIRST
- 2,
SECOND
- 36,
THIRD
- 5,
FOURTH
- 7,
FIFTH
- 1 (4/10),
SIXTH
- 0...are alone in
rst place
for the rst time since
5/18/11
...had spent the previous
29 days
in
second place
...have spent
21 days
above,
11 days at
and
18 days below
.500.
REDS vs ROCKIES
: The Reds are
76-80
all-time vs the Rockies, including
3-4
in 2011...since
6/2/07
have lost 23 of their last 29g vs Col, including 9 of the last 12g and 18 of the last 23g...
at Great American Ball Park
: Reds are
16-13
,including
2-2
in 2011...went
31-18
vs Col at Cinergy Field...
at Coors Field
: Reds are
26-42
.
Game 45, Home 22 (13-8)
Cincinnati Reds (25-19)Johnny Cueto (5-1, 1.97)
vs
Colorado Rockies (16-27)Christian Friedrich (1-1, 5.00)
Friday, May 25, 2012
Great American Ball Park
PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERSFri vs Col:
RHP Johnny Cueto (5-1, 1.97) vs LHP Christian Friedrich (1-1, 5.00)
700 wlw/fso, 7:10
Sat vs Col:
RHP Mike Leake (1-5, 5.32) vs RHP Jeremy Guthrie (2-2, 5.55)
700 wlw/FOX, 7:15
Sun vs Col:
RHP Mat Latos (3-2, 4.35) vs LHP Jamie Moyer (2-4, 4.99)
700 wlw/fso, 1:10
Mon at Pit:
RHP Bronson Arroyo (2-2, 3.22) vs RHP James McDonald (3-2, 2.51)
700 wlw/fso, 1:35
Tue at Pit:
RHP Homer Bailey (3-3, 4.19) vs RHP Charlie Morton (2-5, 4.27)
700 wlw/fso, 7:05
Wed at Pit:
RHP Johnny Cueto vs RHP A.J. Burnett (2-2, 4.78, +tonight vs Cubs)
700 wlw/fso, 7:05Thursday:
Off day in Houston
Media Relations . Great American Ball Park . 100 Joe Nuxhall Way . Cincinnati, OH 45202 . ramsey.mlblogs.com . reds.com
WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS:1919, 1940, 1975, 1976, 1990NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS:1919, 1939, 1940, 1961, 1970, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1990
Rain Drops
The Reds' game
rained out
at
GreatAmerican Ball Park
on
5/1 vs Cubs
 has been rescheduled for 
1:10 p.m.
 on
Sat, 8/18
as part of a
day/night
doubleheader 
...the originally scheduledgame will begin at
7:10
...fans with ticketsdated
5/1
can use that same ticket at thegate for admission to the
1:10 p.m.
game
with no exchange necessary
...fans alsocan exchange their tickets dated
5/1
for any other 2012 game, pending availability.
National League Central StandingsTeam W L Pct. GB
REDS 25 19 .568 -
Cardinals 25 20 .556 -0.4 Astros 21 23 .477 -4.0Pirates 20 24 .455 -5.0Brewers 18 26 .409 -7.0Cubs 15 29 .341 -10.0
The Reds are alone in rst placefor the rst time since 5/18 of last season
NL Records Beginning April 19Team W L Pct. GB
REDS 21 11 .656 -
Dodgers 21 11 .656 -Braves 19 15 .559 -3.5Marlins 18 15 .545 -4.0Giants 18 15 .545 -4.0
ML Team ERAs Beginning April 19Team W L Pct. ERA
Rays 21 12 .636 2.85 Angels 17 17 .500 2.97
REDS 21 11 .656 3.05
Dodgers 21 11 .656 3.26Nationals 16 15 .516 3.33
0.00
 According to Elias Sports Bureau,
Aroldis
Chapman's
20 apps without an earnedrun to begin the season is a
franchiserecord
...
John Hudek
had owned therecord since
1998
, when didn't allow a rununtil his
19th appearance
.
Reds On
The Homestand
Mon vs Atl .....W, 4-1 ...........Leake HR, 8ip, 1r, 6kTue vs Atl......W, 4-3 ......Phillips 2hr; Latos 7ip, 2r Wed vs Atl .....W, 2-1 .................Frazier walkoff HRThu vs Atl ......W, 6-3 ...........Mesoraco grand slam
On Th
e Homestand
Bruce .............0-14, 1rbi Ludwick ...................0-7Cairo ........................0-4 Mesoraco ..1-7, 1hr, 4rbiCostanzo .................0-2 Phillips ....3-12, 2hr, 3rbiCozart .....7-16, 2hr, 2rbi Stubbs ....5-11, 3hr, 3rbiFrazier ............3-11, 1hr Valdez ......................2gHanigan ...................1-4 Votto ..............3-13, 3bbHeisey....................5-11 Arredondo .....2g, 2ip, 0r Latos .........1gs, 7ip, 2er  Arroyo ....1gs, 6.2ip, 1er Leake ........1gs, 8ip, 1er Bailey ........1gs, 6ip, 2er LeCure ........1g, 1ip, 1er Chapman ......2g, 2ip, 0r Marshall .....2g, 1.1ip, 0r Cueto ........................0g Ondrusek ....2g, 2ip, 1er Hoover ......................0g Simon .......................0g
1,500
Dusty Baker 
is 1 of only 4 in Major LeagueBaseball to produce at least
1,500 hits
asa player and
1,500 wins
as a manager:
Player/Manager ........
Hits
.......
VictoriesDUSTY BAKER
 .......1,981 .............1,509
Fred Clarke ..............2,678 .............1,602Lou Piniella ..............1,705 .............1,835Joe Torre .................2,342 .............2,326
RED HOTS
 
Last Pitche
d
: Sun at NYY andearned the 5-2 victory (7.+ip, 8h,2er, 2bb, 5k, 1hr, 110 pitches, 68strikes)...left leading, 3-2...took a5-hitter into the bottom of the sixthinning before allowing a leadoff double to Robinson Cano followedby a 1-out HR to Raul Ibanez.
Red Hots
: The 26-year-old righthander is making his team-high 10th start
of the season and his rst start at Great American Ball Park since 4/28...
excluding his start on 5/15 at Atl, a 6-2 loss in which he allowed a season-high 5 earned runs in 4.0 innings, his ERA is 1.30 (55.1ip, 8er)...his 4-0record prior to that loss was the best start of his career...produced 7 qualitystarts in his 9 apps, tying Homer Bailey for the staff lead and including ateam-high streak of 5 straight from 4/17-5/9...started 2 of the Reds’ 3 teamshutout wins...has 3 pickoffs (Mia’s Emilio Bonifacio, StL’s Daniel Descalso,Pit’s Jose Tabata)...the Reds went 7-2 in his 9 starts and scored 34 runs
(3.78 r/g)...in the rst Opening Day start of his career threw 7.0 shutoutinnings to earn the 4-0 win vs Mia...was the rst Reds homegrown pitcher 
to start Opening Day since Brett Tomko in 1999...in the 2-1 win on 5/9 atMil was the starting pitcher in what was Dusty Baker’s 1,500th victory asa Major League manager.
ERA Leader 
: Over the last 2 seasons, his
2.22era
is the second-best inthe Major Leagues
(Clayton Kershaw
, 2.20)...in that span, covering
33
starts
(215.1ip, 53er) his ERA never has been higher than
2.36
...in
29
of those
33
apps, including
8
of his
9
this season, allowed
3 runs or fewer 
.
 Young Guns
: The ages of the pitchers in the Reds’ starting rotation are
24
(Mike Leake),
24
(Mat Latos),
26
(Homer Bailey),
26
(Johnny Cueto) and
31
(Bronson Arroyo), averaging
27.3
years old.
Career Highs
:
Innings
: 9.0 (3x), Last: 5/4/12 at Pit (longest) & 0.2 (shortest), 7/6/09 at Phi;
Hits
: 10 (5x), last on 7/30/10 vs Atl;
Runs
: 9, 7/6/09 at Phi;
Earned Runs
:9, 7/6/09 at Phi;
Walks
: 8, 6/11/08 vs StL;
Strikeouts
: 11, 8/28/11 vs Wsh;
HR allowed
: 4, 8/21/10 at LAD (Theriot & Ethier, Gibbons & Kemp);
Scoreless Streak:
 15.0 (2x), 4/27-5/8, 2009 & 8/11-8/17, 2011;
Winning Streak
: 6g, 4/30-6/12, 2010;
Losing Streak
: 6g, 7/6-8/15, 2009;
Complete Games:
5, Last: 5/4/12 at Pit (6-1win);
Shutouts:
2, 5/11/10 at Pit (9-0 win) & 7/31/11 vs SF (9-0 win);
Hits (batting)
: 2 (2x), 4/22/09 at Chi & 5/5/10 vs Mets (2 singles off Jon Niese).
Cueto’s Most Recent Starts
:
4/5 vs Fla
, in the rst Opening Day start of his career threw 7.0 shutout innings to earn the 4-0 win (3h, 2bb, 4k, 95 pitches, 61
strikes)...
4/11 vs StL
and received no decision in the 4-3 walkoff win (5ip, 7h, 3er, 0bb, 3k, 1hr, 91 pitches, 61 strikes)...left with the score tied, 3-3, when his spot in
the batting order came up in the bottom of the fth with 2 outs, the bases loaded and the score tied at 3-3 (Harris popped out)...allowed all 3 runs in the third inning,when after he retired the rst 2 batters gave up a single to pitcher Jaime Garcia, an RBI-triple to Rafael Furcal and a 2-run HR to John Jay...Reds won it in the ninth
on pinch hitter Chris Heisey’s RBI-single...
4/17 at StL
and in his rst road start of the season received no decision in the 10-inning, 2-1 loss (7ip, 7h, 1er, 2bb, 5k,
1hbp, 1hr, 113 pitches, 69 strikes)...left trailing, 1-0, but the Reds tied it in the eighth on Zack Cozart’s 2-out, RBI-single off Mitchell Boggs...allowed only a solo HR
by Carlos Beltran in the rst inning...stranded 9 baserunners as Cardinals batters went 0-for-7 with RISP...the Cardinals won it in the 10th inning on Matt Carpenter’ssac y off Bill Bray...
4/22 at Chi
and in the nale of the 10-game road trip earned the 4-3 win (6.1ip, 5h, 2r, 1er, 2bb, 7k, 111 pitches, 77 strikes)...left leading, 4-2...took a 2-0 lead and a 3-hitter into the fth inning before allowing an unearned run following a Joey Votto error and then an RBI-single to Bryan LaHair...
4/28 vs Hou
 and allowed 5 hits in 7.0 shutout innings to earn the 6-0 victory (1bb, 3k, 1hbp, 120 pitches, 78 strikes)...
5/4 at Pit
and in the rst game of this road trip threw his fthcareer complete game in the 6-1 victory (7h, 1er, 0bb, 4k, 110 pitches, 75 strikes)...allowed only a sacrice y to Pedro Alvarez in the fourth inning...
5/9 at Mil
andthrew 7.0 scoreless innings but received no decision in the dramatic 2-1 win (5h, 1bb, 5k, 104 pitches, 61 strikes)...left with the score tied, 0-0, but the Reds scored 2
runs in the top of the ninth and Logan Ondrusek recorded his rst Major League save by leaving the bases loaded in the bottom...Brewers starter Zack Greinke threw
8.0 scoreless innings (2h, 0bb, 11k)...the Brewers had been 18-0 in Greinke’s previous starts at Miller Park...the win was Dusty Baker’s 1,500th as a Major Leaguemanager...
5/15 at Atl
and in the 6-2 loss suffered his rst defeat of the season (4ip, 8h, 6r, 5er, 2bb, 2k, 82 pitches, 50 strikes)...left trailing, 6-0...in the second inning
allowed a 1-out solo HR to Brian McCann that snapped his scoreless streak at 13.1 innings...in the third allowed 4 runs on consecutive RBI-singles to Martin Prado
and Chipper Jones, a sacrice y to Dan Uggla and an RBI-double to Jason Heyward...in the fourth committed a throwing error that led to an unearned run...allowed6 runs for the rst time since 7/26/11 vs NYM.
Starting Pitcher RHP Johnny Cueto #47
Last 10 Starts By Reds PitchersDate dec ip h r er bb k hr Pitcher Notes
5/24 vs Atl W 6.0 4 2 2 1 6 1 Bailey W, 6-3 (Mesoraco slam)5/23 vs Atl - 6.2 4 1 1 2 7 1 Arroyo W, 2-15/22 vs Atl W 7.0 5 2 2 1 8 1 Latos W, 4-35/21 vs Atl W 8.0 2 1 1 1 6 1 Leake W, 4-1 (Leake HR)5/20 at NYY W 7.+ 8 2 2 2 5 1 Cueto W, 5-25/19 at NYY W 6.1 7 3 3 1 7 2 Bailey W, 6-55/18 at NYY L 7.2 9 4 4 1 4 2 Arroyo L, 0-4 (2hr in 8th)5/17 at NYM (bs) 5.0 7 3 3 3 7 0 Latos L, 4-95/16 at NYM - 6.0 7 3 1 2 5 0 Leake W, 6-3 (Frazier 2hr)5/15 at Atl L 4.0 8 6 5 2 2 1 Cueto L, 2-6 (4ip, 6r)
Tomorrow’s Pitcher 
: RHP Mike Leake
Last Pitched
: Mon vs Atl and in the 4-1 victory threw a season-high8.0 innings to snap his career-high 5-game losing streak (8ip, 2h,1er, 1bb, 6k, 1hr, 98 pitches, 68 strikes)...left leading, 4-1...allowedonly a solo HR to former teammate Juan Francisco with 2 outs in thesecond inning, then retired 14 straight batters and 19 of his last 21...with 2 outs in the bottom of the fourth and the score tied at 1-1 hit
his rst career home run (off Mike Minor), the rst of 3 consecutive
homers (Zack Cozart, Drew Stubbs) that gave the Reds a 4-1 lead.
Red Hots
: The 24-year-old righthander tomorrow will make his ninthappearance of the season...in his
last 2 starts
is
1-0, 1.29
(14ip,2er)...began the season with a career-high 5-game losing streaksnapped with a 4-1 win on 5/21 vs Atl...produced 4 quality starts inhis 8 apps...in his 8 starts the Reds went 3-5 and scored 29 runs(3.63 r/g).
 Young Guns
: The ages of the pitchers in the Reds’ starting rotationare
24
(Mike Leake),
24
(Mat Latos),
26
(Homer Bailey),
26
(JohnnyCueto) and
31
(Bronson Arroyo), averaging
27.3
years old.
Leake’s 2012 Starts
date opp. dec rec era ip h r-er bb so hr result
4/10 vs StL L 0-1 4.50 6.0 7 3-3 1 4 *2 L, 1-34/15 at Wsh (bs) - 5.84 6.1 5 5-5 3 1 - W, 8-5 (11)4/21 at Chi L 0-2 6.50 5.2 10 5-5 1 3 - L, 1-64/27 vs Hou L 0-3 6.65 3.2 7 6-3 - 1 - L, 4-6
April Totals 0-3 6.65 21.2 29 19-16 5 9 2 4g, 4gs
5/5 at Pit L 0-4 5.97 7.0 4 3-3 4 4 *2 L, 2-35/11 vs Wsh L 0-5 7.11 ^3.0 7 6-6 2 3 *2 L, 3-75/16 at NYM - - 6.21 6.0 7 3-1 2 5 - W, 6-35/21 vs Atl W 1-5 5.32 8.0 2 1-1 1 6 1 W, 4-1
2012 Totals 1-5 5.32 45.2 49 32-27 14 27 7 8g, 8gsCareer Totals 21-18 4.20 351.2 366 183-164 101 236 49 61g, 56gsCareer at Home/GABP 15-10 4.36 194.0 208 100-94 55 132 28 33g, 32gsCareer on the Road 6-8 4.00 157.2 158 83-70 46 104 21 28g, 24gs
(bs) Victim of blown save, * Career highs, ^ Shortest start of his career 
Leake’s career appearances vs Rockies
date opp. dec rec era ip h r-er bb so hr result
8/10/11 vs Col W 1-0 2.45 7.1 *11 2-2 1 5 1 W, 3-2
Career vs Rockies 1-0 2.45 7.1 11 2-2 1 5 1 1g, 1gsCareer at Coors Field - - - - - - - - -
* Career high
ERA* Leaders, Last 2 Seasons
Clayton Kershaw, LAD.........2.20
Johnny Cueto, Cin
.............2.22
Justin Verlander, Det
...........2.34Cliff Lee, Phi ........................2.44Jered Weaver, LAA ..............2.45Roy Halliday ........................2.63
* Minimum 200ip
Cueto’s 2012 Starts
date opp. dec rec era ip h r-er bb so hr result
4/5^ vs Mia W 1-0 0.00 7.0 3 - 2 4 - W, 4-04/11 vs StL - - 2.25 5.0 7 3-3 - 3 1 W, 4-34/17 at StL - - 1.89 7.0 7 1-1 2 5 1 L, 1-2 (10)4/22 at Chi W 2-0 1.78 6.1 5 2-1 2 7 - W, 4-34/28 vs Hou W 3-0 1.39 7.0 5 - 1 3 - W, 6-0
April Totals 3-0 1.39 32.1 27 6-5 7 22 2 5g, 5gs
5/4 at Pit W, CG 4-0 1.31 *9.0 7 1-1 - 4 - W, 6-15/9 at Mil - - 1.12 7.0 5 - 1 5 - W, 2-15/15 at Atl L 4-1 1.89 4.0 8 6-5 2 2 1 L, 2-65/20 at NYY W 5-1 1.97 7.+ 8 2-2 2 5 1 W, 5-2
2012 Totals 5-1 1.97 59.1 55 15-13 12 38 4 9g, 9gsMajor League Totals 46-38 3.68 746.1 709 336-305 244 570 84 125g, 125gsCareer at GABP/Home 22-14 3.58 346.2 325 153-138 98 286 40 56g, 56gsCareer on the Road 24-24 3.76 399.2 384 183-167 146 284 44 69g, 69gs
^ 1st career Opening Day start, * Career high, Reds’ 2-1 win on 5/9 at Mil was Dusty Baker’s 1,500th as manager 
Cueto’s career appearances vs Rockies
date opp. dec rec era ip h r-er bb so hr result
8/24/08 at Col - - 0.00 3.0 - 1-0 3 4 - L, 3-4 (12)9/7/10 at Col L 0-1 3.00 6.0 7 4-3 2 5 1 L, 3-48/11/11 vs Col W 1-1 1.69 7.0 3 - 2 9 - W, 2-1
Career vs Rockies 1-1 1.69 16.0 10 5-3 7 18 1 3g, 3gsCareer at Coors Field 0-1 3.00 9.0 7 5-3 5 9 1 2g, 2gs
Rockies batters vs Cueto
Avg H AB HR RBI K Avg H AB HR RBI K
Colvin .333 2 6 0 1 2 Herrera .000 0 3 0 0 0Fowler .333 2 6 0 0 4 Nelson .000 0 3 0 0 3Giambi 1.000 1 1 0 0 0 Scutaro .000 0 3 0 0 0Gonzalez .250 1 4 1 3 2 Tulowitzki .000 4 0 0 0 0Helton .000 0 3 0 0 0 Young .500 1 2 0 0 0
 
REDSON THE MOUND
Score First: .............................17-6Opponent Scores First............8-13Out-Hit Opp./Even ..................17-2Out-Hit By Opponent ..............8-17Commit An Error .....................14-5Commit No Errors .................11-14Lead After 7 Innings ...............15-2Tied After 7 Innings ..................6-1Trail After 7 Innings ................4-16Lead After 8 Innings ...............18-1Tied After 8 Innings ..................4-2Trail After 8 Innings ................3-16Hit At Least 1 HR ....................19-5Hit No HR ...............................6-14Score At Least 3 runs .............23-6Score Fewer Than 3 runs .......2-13Decided in Last At-Bat ..............8-5Walkoff Wins & Losses .............5-3Steal At Least 1 Base .............11-3Steal No Bases .....................14-161-Run Games ...........................9-6Extra-Inning Games..................2-3Come-From-Behind Wins ..........12Losses After Leading ...................7
REDS WHEN THEY...Bullpen Totals, Etc.
1st Batter Inherited Runners/ Saves/ TeamPitcher Retired Scored Opps Record
Jose Arredondo, R 16-21 4-0 1-1 11-10Bronson Arroyo, R - - - 6-3Homer Bailey, R - - - 5-4Bill Bray, L 1-5 3-1 0-1 1-4 Aroldis Chapman, L 17-20 7-0 2-3 17-3Johnny Cueto, R - - - 7-2J.J. Hoover, R 5-9 7-4 - 3-6Mat Latos, R - - - 4-5Mike Leake, R - - - 3-5Sam LeCure, R 7-13 1-1 - 3-10Sean Marshall, L 12-19 3-0 8-9 16-3Logan Ondrusek, R 17-22 19-1 1-2 14-8 Alfredo Simon, R 3-11 3-2 - 1-10
TOTALS 78-120 47-9 13-17 25-19
Reds Starters & Relievers
opp
w-l era g cg sho/sv ip h ab r er bb so hr avg
Starters 14-13 3.71 44 1 - 269.0 279 1042 124 111 73 197 34 .268Relievers 11-6 2.63 43 - 13-17 126.2 99 465 39 37 50 149 11 .213
REDS PITCHERS
Rank
fourth
in the National League in overall team ERA (3.37)...during the current6-game winning streak have posted a
2.50era
(54ip, 15er)...so far in
May
have produceda
3.20era
(194ip, 69er)...their ERA of 
3.53
in
April
was the lowest team mark for themonth of March/April since
2002
, when they posted a
3.43era.REDS STARTERS
Rank
eighth
in the National League in starting staff ERA (3.71)...have produced
6 consecutive quality starts
(
5-0, 2.41
, 41ip, 11er), tying their season high (6qs,5/2-5/7)...haven't produced more than 6 consecutive quality starts since a
7-start QSstreak
from 6/6-6/12 of last season...have produced
26 quality starts
overall (
Cueto
7,
Bailey
7,
Arroyo
5,
Leake
4,
Latos
3)...the Reds went
19-7
in the quality starts (
.731
).
REDS RELIEVERS
Lead the National League in opponent's BA (.211) while ranking second in bullpenERA (2.63, Pit 2.47) and relief strikeouts (149, Col 150, Mil 149, SD 149)...during thecurrent 6-game winning streak have posted a
2.77era
(13ip, 4er) while converting all 5save opps...
Jose Arredondo
(1 save),
Aroldis Chapman
(2),
Sean Marshall
(8) and
Logan Ondrusek
(2) have recorded saves, the highest total of Reds pitchers with atleast 1 save since the
2006 staff 
produced
8 pitchers
with a save (
David Weathers
12,
Todd Coffey
8,
Eddie Guardado
8,
Scott Schoeneweis
3,
Bill Bray
2,
Kent Mercker 
 1,
Rick White
1,
Esteban Yan
1)...from
4/27-5/7
did not allow a run in
8 consecutive
games
(23.1ip), their longest scoreless game streak since an identical stretch from
7/26-8/4, 2000
(8g, 17.1ip)...according to
Elias Sports Bureau
, the franchise recordfor consecutive scoreless team apps by the bullpen is
9 games
(
6/3-6/14, 1971
and
5/3-5/13, 1987
).
33 JOSE ARREDONDO, rhp 21g, 3-1-1, 2.08
In Sat's 6-5 win at NYY retired his only 2 batters and stranded both baserunners to record
his rst Major League save...had retired 14 consecutive batters (8k) until he walked Atl's Dan Uggla on Mon...on 5/8 at Mil allowed a solo HR to Cesar Izturis, snapping his
scoreless streak at 10 apps and 11.1 innings...from 4/12-4/27 retired 16 consecutivebatters and from 5/12-5/21 retired 14 straight...earned his victories in the 11-inning, 8-5win on 4/15 at Wsh and the 4-2 win on 4/25 vs SF.
Date Opp Game Score Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR TP
5/23 vs Atl 43 W, 2-1 - 1.1 - - - 1 - - 235/21 vs Atl 41 W, 4-1 - 0.2 - - - 2 1 - 195/19 at NYY 40 W, 6-5 SV 0.2 - - - - - - 75/18 at NYY 38 L, 0-4 - 0.1 - - - - 1 - 65/16 at NYM 36 W, 6-3 W 1.0 - - - - 1 - 12
54 AROLDIS CHAPMAN, lhp 20g, 3-0-2, 0.00
His fastball is rated by managers the best in the National League...has not allowed anearned run (20g, 24.1ip, 7h, 1r, 7bb, 43k)...his 20 apps without an earned run to beginthe season is a franchise record (John Hudek, 18g, 1998)...in his last 3 apps earneda victory and 2 saves...entered this season with 1 Major League save (7/6/11 at StL,9-8 win in 13 innings)...has recorded at least 1 strikeout in all 20 apps and 15 timesproduced at least 2k...according to Elias, the Major League record for consecutiverelief apps with at least 1 strikeout is 39 by Bruce Sutter for the Cubs in 1977...in the
9-4 loss on 5/17 at NYM suffered a blown save and allowed his rst run of the seasonon a hit, 2 walks, an error and a sacrice y...his 19.1 innings pitched heading into that
outing were the most by any reliever in the Major Leagues who hadn't allowed a run...three times this season pitched on consecutive days (5/16-5/17 at NYM, 5/19-5/20 atNYY, 5/22-5/23 vs Atl)...only once in his career has he pitched 3 days in a row (9/9-
9/11, 2010)...recorded 18 strikeouts over 10.0 innings before issuing his rst walk of 
the season (Joe Mather, 4/22 at Chi).
Date Opp Game Score Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR TP
5/23 vs Atl 43 W, 2-1 W 1.0 - - - - 2 - 125/22 vs Atl 42 W, 4-3 SV 1.0 - - - - 2 - 185/20 at NYY 40 W, 5-2 SV 1.0 - - - - 1 - 155/19 at NYY 39 W, 6-5 - 1.0 - - - - 2 - 175/17 at NYM 37 L, 4-9 BS 1.0 1 1 - 2 2 - 35
60 J.J. HOOVER, rhp 9g, 0-0-0, 0.96
On 4/1 was acquired from the Braves in exchange for IF Juan Francisco...was recalledfrom Louisville on 4/24, when LHP Bill Bray went on the disabled list...in the 9-6 winon 5/13 vs Wsh entered the game in the seventh inning and struck out Ian Desmondto strand a pair of inherited baserunners...in the next inning allowed his only run of theseason...in the 4-2 win on 4/25 vs SF made his Major League debut with a scoreless
sixth inning...recorded his rst career strikeout in his second appearance, on 4/27 vs Hou
(Wandy Rodriguez)...for the Bats went 0-0, 2.00 and converted all 4 save opps (9ip, 3h,6bb, 17k, 0hr, .103oba)...didn't allow an earned run in his last 6 apps there (7ip, 1h, 2r).
Date Opp Game Score Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR TP
5/17 at NYM 37 L, 4-9 - 1.0 - - - - 1 - 175/15 at Atl 35 L, 2-6 - 1.0 - - - - - - 85/13 vs Wsh 33 W, 9-6 - 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 - 225/11 vs Wsh 31 L, 3-7 - 1.0 1 - - - 1 - 125/8 at Mil 29 L, 3-8 - 0.1 1 - - - - - 8
63 SAM LeCURE, rhp 13g, 0-1-0, 4.67
Last name is spelled LeCure and is pronounced Leh-CURE...last night vs Atl madehis rst app since 5/13 (10g, 10 days)...in 6 of his 13 apps threw more than 1.0 inning.
Date Opp Game Score Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR TP
5/24 vs Atl 44 W, 6-3 - 1.0 1 1 1 - - 1 105/13 vs Wsh 33 W, 9-6 - 1.2 2 1 1 3 1 - 465/11 vs Wsh 31 L, 3-7 - 1.0 1 - - - 3 - 185/8 at Mil 29 L, 3-8 - 2.0 3 1 1 - 4 - 405/2 vs Chi 23 L, 1-3 - 2.0 1 - - - 1 - 26
51 SEAN MARSHALL, lhp 19g, 1-2-8, 4.50
On 12/23 was acquired from the Cubs in exchange for LHP Travis Wood, OF DaveSappelt and minor league IF Ronald Torreyes...on 2/27 signed a 3-year contractextension through the 2015 season...in 252 career relief apps has posted a 2.80era(235ip, 73er)...on 4/26 vs SF made his 300th career appearance.
Date Opp Game Score Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR TP
5/24 vs Atl 44 W, 6-3 - 1.0 - - - 1 - - 175/21 vs Atl 41 W, 4-1 SV 0.1 - - - - - - 65/20 at NYY 40 W, 5-2 - 0.1 - - - - 1 - 35/19 at NYY 39 W, 6-5 - 0.1 4 2 2 - 1 - 205/16 at NYM 36 W, 6-3 SV 1.0 1 - - - 1 - 17
66 LOGAN ONDRUSEK, rhp 22g, 3-1-2, 2.75
Last name is pronounced on-DREW-seck...has 2 career saves, both this season...in the ninth inning of the 2-1 win on 5/9 at Mil stranded the bases loaded to earn his
rst Major League save in his 141st career appearance...was Dusty Baker's 1,500thwin as a manager...also saved last night's 6-3 win vs Atl...retired the rst batter 17-22
times...has stranded 18-19 inherited baserunners, including each of his last 14...in the9-4 loss at NYM on 5/17 allowed a career-high 5 runs on 4 hits, an intentional walk and
Ronny Cedeno's rst homer of the season (3-run)...were Ondrusek's rst runs allowed
this season...entered that outing with 15.1 scoreless innings, the third-most by anyreliever in the Major Leagues who hadn't allowed a run (Aroldis Chapman 18.1, Oak'sRyan Cook 17.2), and had allowed just 2 hits in his previous 10 apps (8.2ip, 4bb, 6k).
Date Opp Game Score Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR TP
5/24 vs Atl 44 W, 6-3 SV 1.0 2 - - - 1 - 145/22 vs Atl 42 W, 4-3 - 1.0 1 1 1 - 1 1 165/20 at NYY 40 W, 5-2 - 0.2 - - - - - - 35/19 at NYY 39 W, 6-5 - 0.2 - - - - - - 105/17 at NYM 37 L, 4-9 L 1.0 4 5 5 1 1 1 34
31 ALFREDO SIMON, rhp 11g, 0-1-0, 2.30
Last name is pronounced SIGH-mon...in his last 8 apps has posted a 0.73era (12.1ip,1er)...2 days before Opening Day was claimed off waivers from the Orioles...last seasonfor the O's went 4-9, 4.90 in 16 starts and 7 relief apps...also in 2011 spent time on therestricted list (Opening Day-5/21, July 18-19) and disabled list (strained right hamstring,6/13-6/29)...originally was signed by the Phillies as a non-drafted free agent...on 7/30/04was acquired by the Giants for a PTBNL...on 8/29/08 was signed by the Orioles to aminor league contract...over the previous 4 seasons made 19 starts and 59 relief appsfor Bal (8-12, 5.18, 17sv).
Date Opp Game Score Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR TP
5/15 at Atl 35 L, 2-6 - 2.0 4 - - - 1 - 465/11 vs Wsh 31 L, 3-7 - 2.0 3 1 1 - 3 - 315/8 at Mil 29 L, 3-8 - 1.0 - - - - 1 - 85/6 at Pit 27 W, 5-0 - 1.0 - - - - 2 - 84/27 vs Hou 20 L, 4-6 - 1.1 2 - - 1 - - 36
2012 Complete Games By Reds Pitchers
Date dec ip h r er bb k hr Pitcher/Catcher Score (Career #)
5/4 W 9.0 7 1 1 0 4 0 Cueto/Hanigan W, 6-1 (5th)
Bullpen's Pitching Lines
Game, Opp dec ip h r er bb k hr Pitchers
5/24 vs Atl
SV
3.0 3 1 1 1 1 1 LeCure, Marshall,
Ondrusek
5/23 vs Atl
W
2.1 0 0 0 1 2 0 Arredondo,
Chapman
 5/22 vs Atl
SV
2.0 1 1 1 0 3 1 Ondrusek,
Chapman
5/21 vs Atl
SV
1.0 0 0 0 2 1 0 Arredondo,
Marshall
5/20 at NYY
SV
2.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 Marshall, Ondrusek,
Chapman
5/19 at NYY
SV
2.2 4 2 2 0 3 0 Ondrsk, Chpman, Mrshall,
Arredondo
5/18 at NYY - 0.1 0 0 0 0 1 0 Arredondo5/17 at NYM
BS
,
L
3.0 5 6 5 3 4 1 Hoover,
Chapman
,
Ondrusek
5/16 at NYM
W
,
SV
3.0 1 0 0 0 4 0
Arredondo
, Chapman,
Marshall
5/15 at Atl - 4.0 4 0 0 0 3 0 Simon, Hoover, Arredondo5/14 at Atl
W
,
SV
2.1 2 0 0 2 3 0
Ondrusek
, Chapman,
Marshall
5/13 vs Wsh
W
4.0 5 2 2 4 4 0 LeCure, Hoover,
Marshall
5/12 vs Wsh
L
4.0 3 1 1 0 7 1
Arredondo
, Ondrusek, Chapman

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