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Game 25, Road 11 (4-6)
Cincinnati Reds (12-12)
RHP Johnny Cueto (3-0, 1.39)
at
Pittsburgh Pirates (11-14)
RHP Kevin Correia (1-1, 2.42)
Friday, May 4, 2012
PNC Park, Pittsburgh

RED HOTS
Historic
According to Elias Sports Bureau,
yesterday's 10-inning, 4-3 Reds victory
vs Cubs at Great American Ball Park was
the first game in Major League history
in which the opposing starting pitchers
each celebrated a birthday...Cin’s Homer
Bailey celebrated his 26th yesterday,
Chi’s Ryan Dempster turned 35...gameused baseballs autographed by both
players were sent to the Halls of Fame in
both Cincinnati and Cooperstown.
Player of the Week
Jay Bruce was named National League
Player of the Week for the fourth time in
his career...he hit .476 while leading the
Major Leagues in slugging (1.143) and total
bases (24) while tying for the lead in HR
(4)...he ranked second in the NL in both
RBI (10) and on-base percentage (.542)...
listed below are the all-time leaders in
Player of the Week awards won by Reds:
Eric Davis......... 5 Barry Larkin........... 4
Jay Bruce......... 4 9 players................ 3
On The Homestand
Bruce...12-27, 4hr, 10rbi Ludwick...4-20, 1hr, 2rbi
Cairo......................... DL Mesoraco.2-11, 1hr, 2rbi
Cozart.............7-29, 1rbi Phillips.....7-29, 1hr, 4rbi
Frazier..............3-8, 1rbi Rolen.......4-20, 2hr, 6rbi
Hanigan..................6-17 Stubbs............6-29, 1rbi
Harris.............5g, 1-8, 1r Valdez........2g, 1-7, 1rbi
Heisey.....................3-17 Votto........8-27, 1hr, 6rbi
Arredondo...5g, 4.2ip, 0r Latos..... 2gs, 13.1ip, 5er
Arroyo...... 2gs, 11ip, 4er Leake...... 1gs, 3.2ip, 3er
Bailey.... 2gs, 12.1ip, 5er LeCure......... 3g, 4ip, 2er
Chapman.......3g, 3ip, 0r Marshall....... 4g, 4ip, 3er
Cueto........... 1gs, 7ip, 0r Ondrusek.... 4g, 4.2ip, 0r
Hoover...........3g, 4ip, 0r Simon......... 1g, 1.1ip, 0r
10,000
The 9-4 win on 4/20 at Cubs was the
10,000th victory in the history of the
Reds franchise...have won 9,457 games
in the recognized National League and
another 549 games in the American
Association...listed below are the 6
franchises with 10,000 wins, according to
baseball-reference.com:
Team................................................Wins
Giants......................10,534 - 9,047 (.538)
Cubs........................10,320 - 9,795 (.513)
Dodgers...................10,234 - 9,286 (.524)
Cardinals.................10,211 - 9,499 (.518)
Braves...................10,049 - 10,038 (.501)
REDS......................10,006 - 9,714 (.507)
Pirates.......................9,893 - 9,788 (.503)
47.
48.
49.
50.

All-Time Doubles Leaders
Rickey Henderson......................510
Babe Ruth..................................506
Tony Perez.................................505
SCOTT ROLEN.........................504
Roberto Alomar..........................504

Reds’ All-Time Homers, First Base
49 Ted Kluszewski...............1947-1957
2
141 Tony Perez.......... 1964-76, 1984-86
139 Lee May.......................... 1965-1971
117 JOEY VOTTO................. 2007-2011
117 Sean Casey.................... 1998-2005
Includes home runs hit only as a first baseman
Courtesy Elias Sports Bureau

All-Time Wins By Managers
19. Dick Williams, HOF................. 1,571
20. DUSTY BAKER...................... 1,496

Fri at Pit:
Sat at Pit:
Sun at Pit:
Mon at Mil:
Tue at Mil:
Wed at Mil:
Thursday:

PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS
RHP Johnny Cueto (3-0, 1.39) vs RHP Kevin Correia (1-1, 2.42)
RHP Mike Leake (0-3, 6.65) vs RHP James McDonald (1-1, 2.97)
RHP Mat Latos (1-2, 5.97) vs RHP Charlie Morton (1-12, 4.22)
RHP Bronson Arroyo (1-1, 3.03) vs RHP Yovani Gallardo (1-3, 5.79)
RHP Homer Bailey (1-2, 3.77) vs RHP Marco Estrada (0-1, 3.71)
RHP Johnny Cueto vs RHP Zack Greinke (3-1, 3.94, +tonight at SF)
Off day in Cincinnati

700 wlw/fso, 7:05et
700 wlw/fso, 7:05et
700 wlw/fso, 1:35et
700 wlw/fso, 8:10et
700 wlw/fso, 8:10et
700 wlw/fso, 1:10et

TONIGHT'S GAME: Is Game 1 of a 3-game series vs Jim Trdinich's Pirates and Game 1 of a 6-game road trip that
also includes an upcoming visit to Mil (3g)...tonight's game begins a stretch during which the Reds will play 13-16g
on the road (0-0 at Pit, 3g at Mil, 3g vs Wsh, 2g at Atl, 2g at NYM, 3g at NYY)...are coming off a scheduled 9-game
homestand that included 2-1 series wins vs the Giants and Astros, Tue's rainout and then a 1-1 series split vs
the Cubs...following this road trip the Redlegs return to Great American Ball Park for a brief 3-game series vs the
Nationals.
DOT, DOT, DOT....: Celebrating birthdays today are RHP Sam LeCure (28) and IF Miguel Cairo (38)...Cairo last
night made his first rehab appearance at Class A Dayton, started at DH and went 0-for-4...since 4/17 Cairo has been
on the DL with a strained left hamstring.
SPEAKING OF BIRTHDAYS....: On this date in 1869, the Red Stockings beat the Cincinnati Great Westerns, 45-9,
in the first professional baseball game...the Red Stockings would go on to win their first 130 games, including 81
official games and 49 exhibitions, before losing to the Brooklyn Atlantics, 8-7 in extra innings, on June 14, 1870...
the Red Stockings would be expelled from the league in 1880, in part for refusing to stop selling beer during games.
PITCHING: The Reds' bullpen leads the National League with a 2.54era...in the last 12g Reds pitchers are 8-4, 2.75
(108ip, 33er), including 5-3, 3.27 (74.1ip, 27er) by Reds starters and 3-1, 1.60 (33.2ip, 6er) by Reds relievers...the
staff's ERA of 3.53 for April was the lowest team mark for the month of March/April since 2002, when they went
16-9, 3.43...Aroldis Chapman's 13.1 innings pitched are the most by any reliever in the Major Leagues who hasn't
allowed a run (Oak's Ryan Cook 12.1, Cin's Logan Ondrusek 12.0, Bal's Luis Ayala 12.0, Det's Duane Below 12.0).
MILESTONES: Scott Rolen's next double will be the 505th of his career, which will tie him with Hall of Famer Tony
Perez for 49th on that all-time list...the immortal Babe Ruth is 48th with 506 doubles...Joey Votto's next home run
while playing 1B will be his 118th, snapping a tie with Sean Casey and moving him alone into fourth place on the
club's all-time list for homers by a first baseman.
ALL-STARS: Major League Baseball's All-Star Game balloting has begun in-stadium and online at MLB.com and
all 30 club web sites...when the in-stadium phase concludes on Fri, 6/22 fans can continue to vote online until 11:59
p.m. ET on Thu, 6/28...Reds players on the ballot include C Ryan Hanigan, 1B Joey Votto, 2B Brandon Phillips,
SS Zack Cozart, 3B Scott Rolen, LF Ryan Ludwick, CF Drew Stubbs and RF Jay Bruce.
THE DRAFT: On June 4, Major League Baseball's first-year player draft will be broadcast live at 7:00 p.m. ET on
MLB Network and MLB.com (pre-draft show begins at 6:00)...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 the new Basic Agreement, the draft will have 40 rounds instead of
the traditional 50.
FIRST VOTTO....: On 4/4 the Reds signed 2010 National League MVP and 2-time All-Star 1B Joey Votto to a 10year contract extension through the 2023 season, with a club option for 2024...Votto had been signed through 2013
as part 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 Louisville
Silver 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 field 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 National
Baseball Hall of Fame during ceremonies on Sun, 7/22 in Cooperstown...media looking for housing should
contact 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 first basemen Sean Casey and Dan Driessen, along with 19th Century first
baseman John Reilly, have been announced as the Reds Hall of Fame Class of 2012...Casey was selected by the
fans through the modern player ballot presented by Cincyfavorites.com...the veterans committee selected Driessen
and Reilly...the trio will be honored June 22-24 during Reds Hall of Fame Induction Weekend.
REDS AT GREAT AMERICAN BALL PARK (8-6, .571): In 10 seasons and 745 games at GABP the Reds are 381363-1 (.511)...this season have gone 3-1-1 in their 5 home series (2-1 vs Mia, 1-2 vs StL, 2-1 vs SF, 2-1 vs Hou,
1-1 vs Chi) and 1-0-1 on their 2 homestands (3-3, 5-3).
REDS ON THE ROAD (4-6, .400): On their first road trip the Reds went 4-6 (1-3 at Wsh, 1-2 at StL, 2-1 at Chi).
IN THE STANDINGS (30): The Reds have spent the following days alone or tied at each position in the National
League Central Division standings: FIRST - 1, SECOND - 16, THIRD - 5, FOURTH - 7, FIFTH - 1, SIXTH - 0...have
spent 3 days above, 8 days at and 18 days below .500.
REDS vs PIRATES: The Reds are 997-1,036 all-time vs the Pirates, including 5-10 in 2011...at Great American Ball
Park: Reds are 38-37 all-time, including 1-5 in 2011...at PNC Park: Reds are 46-42 all-time, including 4-5 in 2011...
last Reds sweep: at Cin: 6/10-6/11, 1997 (2g); 9/25-9/27, 1998 (3g); 8/31-9/2, 2009 (4g)...at Pit: 8/3-8/4, 2007 (2g);
5/10-5/12, 2010 (3g); 7/2-7/5, 1992 (4g)...last Pirates sweep: at Cin: 5/18-5/19, 2011 (2g); 3/31-4/3, 2003 (3g); 7/117/14, 1991 (4g)...at Pit: 8/20-8/21, 1998 (2g); 4/16-4/18, 2010 (3g); 8/22-8/24, 1969 (4g).
UP NEXT: REDS at BREWERS: The Reds are 117-106-1 all-time vs the Brewers, including 8-8 in 2011 and 19-11 the
last 2 seasons...at Great American Ball Park: Reds are 41-33, including 5-4 in 2011 and 12-5 the last 2 seasons...
at Miller Park: Reds are 49-43, including 3-4 in 2011 and 18-12 the last 4 seasons.

WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS: 1919, 1940, 1975, 1976, 1990 NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: 1919, 1939, 1940, 1961, 1970, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1990

Date
5/3 vs Chi
5/2 vs Chi
4/29 vs Hou
4/28 vs Hou
4/27 vs Hou
4/26 vs SF
4/25 vs SF
4/24 vs SF
4/22 at Chi
4/21 at Chi

Last 10 Starts By Reds Pitchers
dec ip h r er bb k hr Pitcher
Notes
- 6.0 9 3 3 1 4 3 Bailey
W, 4-3 (10)
L 6.0 9 3 3 1 3 2 Arroyo
L, 1-3
- 6.1 10 5 5 0 4 2 Latos
W, 6-5
W 7.0 5 0 0 1 3 0 Cueto
W, 6-0 (3-0, 1.39)
L 3.2 7 6 3 0 1 0 Leake
L, 4-6
(bs) 6.1 7 3 2 2 6 0 Bailey L, 5-6 (Pagan 3R HR)
- 5.0 9 2 1 1 2 1 Arroyo
W, 4-2
W 7.0 4 0 0 2 3 0 Latos
W, 9-2
W 6.1 5 2 1 2 7 0 Cueto
W, 4-3
L 5.2 10 5 5 1 3 0 Leake
L, 1-6

ERA* Leaders, Last 2 Seasons
Johnny Cueto, Cin..............2.15
Jered Weaver, LAA...............2.28
Clayton Kershaw, LAD.........2.32
Cliff Lee, Phi.........................2.36
Justin Verlander, Det............2.40
Roy Halliday, Phi..................2.51

Last Pitched: Sat vs Hou and
allowed 5 hits in 7.0 shutout innings
to earn the 6-0 victory (1bb, 3k, 1hbp,
120 pitches, 78 strikes).

Red Hots: The 26-year-old
righthander is making his team-high
sixth start of the season...in the first
* Minimum 150ip
Opening Day start of his career
threw 7.0 shutout innings to earn the 4-0 win vs Mia...was the first Reds
homegrown pitcher to start Opening Day since Brett Tomko in 1999...
produced a team-high 4 quality starts in his 5 apps...started both of the
Reds’ team shutouts...has a pair of pickoffs (Mia’s Emilio Bonifacio, StL’s
Daniel Descalso)...the Reds went 4-1 in his 5 starts and scored 19 runs
(3.80 r/g).
ERA LEADER: Over the last 2 seasons, his 2.15era is the best in the Major
Leagues...in that span, covering 29 starts, his ERA never has been higher
than 2.36 and in 26 of those apps allowed 3 runs or fewer.
Career Highlights: In 2011 was voted by the Cincinnati chapter of the
Baseball Writers’ Association of America the Johnny Vander Meer Award
as the club’s Most Outstanding Pitcher...at age 25 through the end of
the 2011 season already had accumulated 41 career victories and 532
strikeouts in 116 starts over 4 seasons...among all Reds pitchers age 25
or younger, his 41 wins rank 13th (Pete Donohue 1st with 103, Mario Soto
12th with 42)...among all Reds pitchers over the first 4 seasons of their
careers ranks second in strikeouts (Gary Nolan 1st, 581) and 11th in wins
(Donohue 1st, 62)...pitched for the Dominican Republic in the 2009 WBC.
ERA Leader: Through his final appearance of last season led the Major
Leagues in ERA but fell 6.0 innings shy of qualifying for the official title...
Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw of the Dodgers led the NL with
a 2.28era...Cueto was trying to become the first Reds pitcher to lead the
NL in ERA since Ed Heusser in 1944 (2.38)...Cueto’s season ERA never
was higher than 2.36.
Career Highs: Innings: 9.0 (2x), 5/11/10 at Pit and 7/31/11 vs SF (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; Hits (batting): 2 (2x), 4/22/09 at Chi & 5/5/10 vs Mets
(2 singles off Jon Niese).

S tar ti ng P i tc her
RH P J o hnny C u eto #47
date opp.
dec rec
4/5*
vs Mia
W
1-0
4/11
vs StL
-
-
4/17
at StL
-
-
4/22
at Chi
W
2-0
4/28
vs Hou
W
3-0
2012 Totals
3-0
Major League Totals
44-37
Career at GABP/Home
22-14
Career on the Road
22-23
* 1st career Opening Day start

Cueto’s 2012 Starts

era
0.00
2.25
1.89
1.78
1.39
1.39
3.72
3.58
3.84

ip h r-er
7.0
3
-
5.0
7
3-3
7.0
7
1-1
6.1
5
2-1
7.0
5
-
32.1 27
6-5
719.1 681 327-297
346.2 325 153-138
372.2 356 174-159

bb so hr result
2
4
- W, 4-0
-
3
1 W, 4-3
2
5
1 L, 1-2 (10)
2
7
- W, 4-3
1
3
- W, 6-0
7
22
2 5g, 5gs
239 554 82 121g, 121gs
98 286 40 56g, 56gs
141 268 42 65g, 65gs

Cueto’s career appearances vs Pirates

date opp. dec rec
4/13/08
at Pit
L
0-1
5/27/08
vs Pit
W
1-1
8/14/08
at Pit
W
2-1
4/11/09
vs Pit
L
2-2
5/3/09
at Pit
W
3-2
8/31/09
vs Pit
W
4-2
9/22/09
at Pit
W
5-2
10/3/09
vs Pit
W
6-2
4/17/10
at Pit
(bs)
-
5/11/10
at Pit W, CG 7-2
5/27/10
vs Pit
W
8-2
8/4/10
at Pit
W
9-2
9/12/10
vs Pit
(bs)
-
5/19/11
vs Pit
L
9-3
7/20/11
at Pit
W
10-3
2011 vs Pirates
1-1
Career vs Pirates
10-3
Career at PNC Park
6-1

era
ip h r-er bb so hr result
7.50
6.0
5
5-5
1
6 2 L, 1-9
5.73
5.0
9
3-2
3
4
- W, 9-6
4.50
5.0
4
1-1
3
7
- W, 3-1
4.91
6.0
8
4-4
1
9 1 L, 2-10
3.60
8.0
4
-
1
9
- W, 5-0
3.34
5.+
3
1-1
1
5 1 W, 6-3
3.38
5.0
9
2-2
-
2 1 W, 10-4
3.72
6.0
5
4-4
4
6 1 W, 8-4
3.88
5.0
5
3-3
4
4 1 L, 4-5
3.30
*9.0
1
-
-
8
- W, 9-0
3.00
6.0
3
-
2
9
- W, 8-2
2.88
6.0
3
1-1
2
6 1 W, 9-4
2.62
7.0
3
-
2
7
- L, 1-3
2.79
5.0
5
3-3
3
5
- L, 3-5
2.70
6.+
4
1-1
2
4
- W, 3-1
3.27 11.0
9
4-4
5
9 0 2g, 2gs
2.70 90.0 71 28-27 29
91 8 15g, 15gs
2.34 50.0 35 13-13 13
46 5 8g, 8gs

(bs) Victim of blown save, * Career high & first career complete game

Alvarez
Barajas
Barmes
Jones
McCutchen

Pirates batters vs Cueto

Avg H AB HR RBI K
.333 2 6 0 0 1 McGehee
.000 0 6 0 0 1 McHenry
.000 0 2 0 0 0 McLouth
.227 5 22 0 0 7 Presley
.286 8 28 3 4 3 Walker

Avg H AB HR RBI K
.300 3 10 0 2 0
.000 0 3 0 0 1
.267 4 15 1 2 6
.250 1 4 0 0 1
.143 2 14 0 2 3

Cueto vs Pirates: His 10 wins, 15 starts (tied w/ Chi & StL), 90ip and 91 strikeouts
vs Pit are his best totals against any opponent...in 9 starts vs Pit from 5/3/09-9/12/10
went 7-0, 1.74 (57ip, 11er) and twice was the victim of blown saves...in the 9-0 victory
on 5/11/10 at PNC Park threw a 1-hitter for his first career complete game (0bb, 8k, 102
pitches, 67 strikes)...faced just 28 batters...allowed a 1-out single to Ronny Cedeno
in the third inning...became the first Reds pitcher to throw a 1-hitter since LHP John
Smiley did it on 9/22/96/g2 vs StL and the first Reds righthander since Tim Pugh on
9/23/93 at SD...became only the third Reds pitcher since 1900 to throw a shutout while
allowing 1 hit or fewer, 0 walks and 8 strikeouts, joining Smiley on 9/22/96/g2 vs StL
and RHP Jose Rijo on 9/25/93 at Col.

Cueto’s Most Recent Starts: 4/5 vs Fla, in the first 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 fifth 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 first 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 first 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 first inning...stranded 9 baserunners as Cardinals batters went 0-for-7 with RISP...the Cardinals won it in the 10th inning on Matt Carpenter’s
sac fly off Bill Bray...4/22 at Chi and in the finale 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 fifth inning before allowing an unearned run following a Joey Votto error and then an RBI-single to Bryan LaHair.

Tomorrow’s Pitcher: RHP Mike Leake
Last Pitched: On 4/27 vs Hou and suffered the 6-4 loss (3.2ip, 7h,
6r, 3er, 0bb, 1k, 65 pitches, 39 strikes)...left trailing, 5-0, but was
charged with another run scored off Alfredo Simon...with 2 outs in
the third inning allowed an RBI-triple to Jose Altuve and a run-scoring
single to J.D. Marintez...in the fourth allowed an RBI-double to Chris
Johnson, a run-scoring groundout to Jason Castro and an RBI-single
to Jordan Schafer.
Red Hots: The 24-year-old righthander tomorrow will make his fifth
appearance of the season, his first since 4/27...was scheduled to
pitch Thu vs Cubs but was bumped after Tue’s rainout...produced
1 quality start in his 4 apps...in his 4 starts the Reds went 1-3 and
scored 14 runs (3.75 r/g).
2011 Season: In his second season led the staff in the pitching
Triple Crown categories of wins (12), ERA (3.86, among qualifiers)
and strikeouts (118) and tied Johnny Cueto for the staff lead with 18
quality starts...all were career highs.

date opp.
dec rec
4/10 vs StL
L
0-1
4/15 at Wsh
(bs)
-
4/21 at Chi
L
0-2
4/27 vs Hou
L
0-3
2012 Totals
0-3
Career Totals
20-16
Career at Home/GABP
14-9
Career on the Road
6-7
(bs) Victim of blown save, * Tied career high

date opp.
dec
4/16/10 at Pit
-
5/25/10 vs Pit
-
8/3/10 at Pit
L
4/16/11 vs Pit
W
7/19/11 at Pit
L
8/21/11 at Pit
-
2011 vs Pirates
Career vs Pirates
Career at PNC Park

Leake’s 2012 Starts

era
ip h r-er
4.50
6.0
7
3-3
5.84
6.1
5
5-5
6.50
5.2 10
5-5
6.65
3.2
7
6-3
6.65
21.2 29
19-16
4.20 327.2 346 170-153
4.28 183.0 199
93-87
4.11 144.2 147
77-66

bb so hr result
1
4 *2 L, 1-3
3
1
- W, 8-5 (11)
1
3
- L, 1-6
-
1
- L, 4-6
5
9 2 4g, 4gs
92 218 44 57g, 52gs
52 123 25 31g, 30gs
40
95 19 26g, 22gs

Leake’s career appearances vs Pirates
rec
-
-
0-1
1-1
1-2
-
1-1
1-2
0-2

era
ip h r-er
3.86
7.0
7
3-3
2.51
7.1 10
1-1
1.86
5.0
6
7-0
2.13
6.0
4
2-2
2.01
6.0
2
1-1
2.65
6.0
5
4-4
3.50
18.0 11
7-7
2.65
37.1 34
18-11
3.00
24.0 20
15-8

bb
5
1
1
4
2
1
7
14
9

so hr result
3
- L, 3-4
3
- L, 1-2
2
- L, 6-7
6
- W, 11-2
4
- L, 0-1
5 *2 W, 5-4
15 2 3g, 3gs
23 2 6g, 6gs
14 2 4g, 4gs

Leake’s Most Recent Starts: 4/10 vs StL, in the Reds’ fifth game
* Career high
made his season debut and suffered the 3-1 loss (6ip, 7h, 3er, 1bb,
4k, 2hr, 99 pitches, 64 strikes)...led trailing, 3-1...allowed all 3 runs
on homers, including a a solo HR to Carlos Beltran in the first inning and a 2-run HR to David Freese in the sixth...4/15 at Wsh and in his 50th career start for
the Reds was the victim of a blown save in the 11-inning, 8-5 win (6.1ip, 5h, 5er, 3bb, 1k, 95 pitches, 62 strikes)...left leading, 5-4, but the Nationals tied it on Ian
Desmond’s 2-out, RBI-single off Logan Ondrusek...took a no-hitter and a 5-0 lead into the fourth inning but the first 4 Nats batters reached base and 3 scored
on a 2-run single by Adam LaRoche and Mark DeRosa’s RBI-groundout...with 1 out in the fifth walked pinch hitter Roger Bernadina, who scored on Desmond’s
double...4/21 at Chi and suffered the 6-1 loss (5.2ip, 10h, 5er, 1bb, 3k, 82 pitches, 58 strikes)...left trailing, 5-1...in the first inning allowed a sacrifice fly to Bryan
LaHair...in the second gave up 4 runs on 2 singles, 2 doubles and a triple.

REDS
ON THE MOUND

Pitcher
Jose Arredondo, R
Bronson Arroyo, R
Homer Bailey, R
Bill Bray, L
Aroldis Chapman, L
Johnny Cueto, R
J.J. Hoover, R
Mat Latos, R
Mike Leake, R
Sam LeCure, R
Sean Marshall, L
Logan Ondrusek, R
Alfredo Simon, R
TOTALS

Reds
Starters & Relievers

opp

Starters
Relievers

w-l era g
cg
sho/sv ip h ab r er bb so hr
avg
6-8 3.94 24 -
- 146.1 161 573 74 64 35 87 18 .281
6-4 2.54 24 - 5-8 74.1 53 265 22 21 34 82 6 .200

Bullpen Totals, Etc.

1st Batter Inherited Runners/
Saves/
Team
Retired
Scored
Opps Record
8-111
1-0
-
7-4
-
-
-
3-2
-
-
-
2-3
1-5
3-1
0-1
1-4
8-10
3-0
-
9-1
-
-
-
4-1
2-3
-
-
1-2
-
-
-
2-3
-
-
-
1-3
5-9
1-1
-
1-8
6-10
-
5-6
7-3
10-13
11-1
0-1
7-6
2-7
3-2
-
0-7
42-68
22-5
5-8 12-12

REDS PITCHERS
Rank ninth in the National League in overall team ERA (3.47)...in the last 12g are 8-4,
2.75 (108ip, 33er), dropping ERA from 4.15...in April went 11-11 and their 3.53 era was
the lowest team mark for the month of March/April since 2002, when they went 16-9, 3.43.
REDS STARTERS
Rank 11th in the National League in bullpen ERA (3.94)...in the last 12g are 5-3, 3.27
(74.1ip, 27er), dropping ERA from 4.63...have produced 13 quality starts (Cueto 4,
Bailey 4, Arroyo 3, Leake 1, Latos 1)...the Reds went 7-6 in the quality starts (.538).
REDS RELIEVERS
Rank first in the National League in bullpen ERA (2.54, SD 2.56)...lead the NL in bullpen
strikeouts (82)...in the last 12g have posted a 1.60era (33.2ip, 6er) and didn't allow a
run in any of the last 5g (17ip, 6h, 6bb, 14k).
33 JOSE ARREDONDO, rhp
11g, 2-0-0, 2.31
From 4/12-4/27 retired 16 consecutive batters, a streak that ended in the seventh
inning Sun vs Hou when he allowed a leadoff single to Jose Altuve...didn't allow a run
in any of his last 9 apps (10.1ip, 4h, 3bb, 10k) or in 10 of his 11 apps overall...earned
his victories in the 11-inning, 8-5 win 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
5/3 vs Chi
24 W, 4-3 (10) - 1.0 - - - - - -
10
4/29 vs Hou
22 W, 6-5
- 0.2 1 - - 1 - -
13
4/27 vs Hou
20 L, 4-6
- 1.0 - - - - 2 -
13
4/25 vs SF
18 W, 4-2
W 1.0 - - - - 2 -
33
4/24 vs SF
17 W, 9-2
- 1.0 - - - - 2 -
14
54 AROLDIS CHAPMAN, lhp
10g, 2-0-0, 0.00
His fastball is rated by managers as the best in the National League...his 13.1 innings
pitched are the most by any reliever in the Major Leagues who hasn't allowed a run
(Oak's Ryan Cook 12.1, Cin's Logan Ondrusek 12.0, Bal's Luis Ayala 12.0, Det's Duane
Below 12.0)...with 23 strikeouts (5h, 4bb) leads the pitching staff (Cueto 2nd, 22k)...
recorded 18 strikeouts over 10.0 innings before issuing his first walk of the season
(Joe Mather, 4/22 at Chi).
Date Opp Game Score
Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR TP
5/3 vs Chi
24 W, 4-3 (10) - 1.0 - - - - 2 -
16
4/28 vs Hou
21 W, 6-0
- 1.0 1 - - 2 1 -
31
4/25 vs SF
18 W, 4-2
- 1.0 1 - -
hbp 2 -
16
4/22 at Chi
16 W, 4-3
- 1.1 - - - 2 1 -
29
4/20 at Chi
14 W, 9-4
- 1.0 - - - - 2 -
14
60 J.J. HOOVER, rhp
3g, 0-0-0, 0.00
On 4/1 was acquired from the Braves in exchange for IF Juan Francisco...was recalled
from Louisville on 4/24, when LHP Bill Bray went on the disabled list...in the 4-2 win on
4/25 vs SF made his Major League debut with a scoreless sixth inning...recorded his first
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
5/2 vs Chi
23 L, 1-3
- 1.0 - - - - 1 -
12
4/27 vs Hou
20 L, 4-6
- 2.0 - - - 1 2 -
33
4/25 vs SF
18 W, 4-2
- 1.0 - - - 1 - -
15

Game, Opp
5/3 vs Chi
5/2 vs Chi
4/29 vs Hou
4/28 vs Hou
4/27 vs Hou
4/26 vs SF
4/25 vs SF
4/24 vs SF
4/22 at Chi
4/21 at Chi
4/20 at Chi
4/19 at StL
4/18 at StL

Bullpen's Pitching Lines

dec ip h r er bb k hr
Pitchers
W 4.0 1 0 0 1 2 0
Arrdondo,Chapmn,Marshall,Ondrusek
- 3.0 1 0 0 0 2 0
LeCure, Hoover
W, SV 2.2 1 0 0 1 2 0
Arredondo, Ondrusek, Marshall
- 2.0 1 0 0 2 2 0
Ondrusek, Chapman
- 5.1 2 0 0 2 6 0
Simon, Hoover, Arredondo, LeCure
BS, L 2.2 3 3 3 1 3 1
Ondrusek, Marshall
W, SV 4.0 1 0 0 1 5 0
Hoover, Arredndo, Chapmn, Marshall
- 2.0 2 2 2 1 2 1
Arredondo, LeCure
SV 2.2 1 1 1 3 4 0
Ondrusek, Chapman, Marshall
- 2.1 4 1 0 0 2 0
Ondrusek, Simon
- 2.0 0 0 0 0 3 0
Chapman, Arredondo
SV 1.0 1 0 0 0 3 0
Marshall
- 2.1 5 3 3 0 2 1
LeCure, Simon, Bray

51 SEAN MARSHALL, lhp
10g, 0-2-5, 4.82
On 12/23 was acquired from the Cubs in exchange for LHP Travis Wood, OF Dave
Sappelt and minor league IF Ronald Torreyes...on 2/27 signed a 3-year contract
extension through the 2015 season...has all 5 of the staff's saves...on 4/26 vs SF made
his 300th career appearance...in his career has posted a 2.76era in 243 relief apps
(228.1ip, 70er)...last season for the Cubs posted a 2.26era and 5 saves in 78 relief apps,
tied for fifth-most in the Major Leagues...established a Cubs single-season franchise
record with 34 holds...allowed just 1 homer in 75.2 innings.
Date Opp Game Score
Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR TP
5/3 vs Chi
24 W, 4-3 (10) - 1.0 1 - - - - -
20
4/29 vs Hou
22 W, 6-5 SV 1.0 - - - - 1 -
10
4/26 vs SF 19 L, 5-6 BS, L 1.0 3 3 3 1 1 1
22
4/25 vs SF
18 W, 4-2 SV 1.0 - - - - 1 - 9
4/22 at Chi 16 W, 4-3 SV 1.0 1 1 1 - 2 -
19
66 LOGAN ONDRUSEK, rhp
13g, 2-0-0, 0.00
Last name is pronounced on-DREW-seck...in a team-high 13 apps has not allowed a
run (12ip, 6h, 5bb, 10k)...his 12.0 innings are tied for third-most by any reliever in the
Major Leagues who hasn't allowed a run (Aroldis Chapman 13.1, Oak's Ryan Cook
12.1, Bal's Luis Ayala 12.0, Det's Duane Below 12.0)...including spring training did not
allow a run in any of his last 19 apps (19ip)...didn't allow a hit in any of his last 6 apps
(5.1ip)...has stranded 10-11 inherited baserunners...in 2011 posted a sterling 3.23era
in 66 relief apps covering 61.1 innings...from 5/11-7/23 put together one of the most
dominant stretches by a Reds pitcher all season, when in 29 apps he posted a 0.68era
(26.1ip, 18h, 2er)...in August spent time on the disabled list with a strained right forearm.
Date Opp Game Score
Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR TP
5/3 vs Chi
24 W, 4-3 (10) W 1.0 - - - 1 - -
12
4/29 vs Hou
22 W, 6-5
W 1.0 - - - - 1 -
13
4/28 vs Hou
21 W, 6-0
- 1.0 - - - - 1 -
11
4/26 vs SF
19 L, 5-6
- 1.2 - - - - 2 -
24
4/22 at Chi
16 W, 4-3
- 0.1 - - - 1 1 - 9
31 ALFREDO SIMON, rhp
7g, 0-1-0, 2.79
Last name is pronounced SIGH-mon...did not allow an earned run in any of his last 4
apps (6.1ip, 7h, 1r, 3bb, 4k)...2 days before Opening Day was claimed off waivers from
the Orioles...last season for the O's went 4-9, 4.90 in 16 starts and 7 relief apps...also
in 2011 spent time on the restricted 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 nondrafted free agent...on 7/30/04 was acquired by the Giants for a PTBNL...on 8/29/08
was signed by the Orioles to a minor league contract...over the previous 4 seasons
made 19 starts and 59 relief apps for Bal (8-12, 5.18, 17sv).
Date Opp Game Score
Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR TP
4/27 vs Hou
20 L, 4-6
- 1.1 2 - - 1 - -
36
4/21 at Chi 15 L, 1-6
- 2.0 4 1 - - 2 -
32
4/18 at Wsh
12 L, 1-11
- 1.0 - - - - 1 - 9
4/13 at Wsh 8
L, 1-2 (13)
-
2.0
1
-
-
2
1
- 48
4/12 at Wsh 7
L, 2-3 (10)
L
0.2
1
1
1 hbp
-
- 16

63 SAM LeCURE, rhp
9g, 0-1-0, 4.63
Last name is spelled LeCure and is pronounced Leh-CURE...today is celebrating his
28th birthday...in 2011, in his first full Major League season made 43 apps for the Reds...
posted ERAs of 4.79 in his 4 starts and 3.32 in his 39 relief apps.
Date Opp Game Score
Dec IP H R ER BB SO HR TP
5/2 vs Chi
23 L, 1-3
- 2.0 1 - - - 1 -
26
4/27 vs Hou
20 L, 4-6
- 1.0 - - - - 2 -
10
4/24 vs SF 17 W, 9-2
- 1.0 2 2 2 1 - 1
18
4/18 at StL
12 L, 1-11
- 0.1 1 - - - - - 5
4/17 at StL 11
L, 1-2 (10)
L
0.1
-
1
1
2
-
- 12

Date
-

Score First:................................ 8-4
Opponent Scores First.............. 4-8
Out-Hit Opp./Even..................... 8-1
Out-Hit By Opponent............... 4-11
Commit An Error........................ 7-3
Commit No Errors...................... 5-9

REDS WHEN THEY...

Lead After 7 Innings.................. 7-2
Tied After 7 Innings................... 3-0
Trail After 7 Innings................. 2-10
Lead After 8 Innings.................. 8-1
Tied After 8 Innings................... 2-2
Trail After 8 Innings................... 2-9

2012 Complete Games By Reds Pitchers

dec ip h

r er bb

Hit At Least 1 HR....................... 8-3
Hit No HR.................................. 4-9
Score At Least 3 runs.............. 12-3
Score Fewer Than 3 runs.......... 0-9
Decided in Last At-Bat............... 5-4
Walkoff Wins & Losses.............. 3-3

k hr Pitcher/Catcher

Score (Career #)

Steal At Least 1 Base................ 5-2
Steal No Bases........................ 7-10
1-Run Games............................ 5-4
Extra-Inning Games.................. 2-3
Come-From-Behind Wins............. 5
Losses After Leading.................... 5

REDS IN THE FIELD
Multi-Hit Games
Player
2 3 4 5 Tot.
Bruce
7 1 * -
8
Cairo
- - * - 0
Cozart
5 *2
- -
7
Frazier
*
-
- -
Hanigan
3
- * -
3
Harris
-
-
- **
0
Heisey
-
*
- -
0
Ludwick
2
-
- *
2
Mesoraco *2 - - - 2
Phillips
4
- * -
4
Rolen
1
-
- *
1
Stubbs 3 2 * - 5
Valdez
- 1 * -
1
Votto
4
- *1 -
5
Totals 31 6 1 0 38
* Career highs, ** Career high is 6 hits

Catchers' ERA
Catcher GS
IP ER ERA
Hanigan 10-4 127.1 38 2.69
Mesoraco 2-8 93.1 47 4.53
Totals 12-12 220.2 85 3.47
Catchers' Caught Stealing %
Catcher
SB CS
%
Hanigan
6
4
40%
Mesoraco
8
0
0%
Catchers 14 4 22%
(Double Steals 1
-)
(Pickoffs/CS
-
2)
(PO attempt
0
-)

Last Home Run
Bruce.....................4/29 vs Hou, solo
Cairo......................... 9/21/11 vs Hou
Cozart.......................4/7 vs Mia, solo
Frazier........... 9/2/11 at StL, pinch hit
Hanigan....................... 8/19/11 at Pit
Harris.......................... 9/21/11 at StL
Heisey......................9/26/11 at NYM
Ludwick................... 4/24 vs SF, solo
Mesoraco...............4/27 vs Hou, solo
Phillips................... 4/24 vs SF, 2-run
Rolen....................... 4/26 vs SF, solo
Stubbs.....................4/19 at StL, solo
Valdez........................ 8/26/11 vs Fla
Votto.................... 4/30 vs Hou, 2-run
Multi-Homer Games (1)
Bruce (2)........................... 4/8 vs Mia
Leadoff Homers (0)
None......................................... None
Walkoff Homers (0)
None......................................... None
Pinch-Hit Homers (0)
None......................................... None
Inside-The-Park Homers (0)
None......................................... None
Homers By Reds Pitchers (0)
None.............................................NA
Back-To-Back Homers (1)
Bruce & Mesoraco......... 4/27 vs Hou
Grand Slams (1)
Ludwick........ 4/15 vs Wsh (Detwiler)
Consecutive Games (3 minimum)
Bruce (4)........................ 4/26-current

REDS BATTERS
Rank 11th in the National League in team hitting (.232) and T3rd in doubles (44)...
doubled at least once in each of the last 13g (27 2b) and in 21 of their 24g overall...7
times produced at least 10 hits...pinch hitters have hit safely in 5-7g (5-9, .556, 1 3b,
1rbi) and have reached base safely in 9 of their last 12 plate apps (7-12, .583, 2bb, 1
2b, 2 3b, 2rbi).
32 JAY BRUCE, rf
.299, 7hr, 17rbi, 3sb
Turned 25 years old 2 days before Opening Day...for the fourth time in his career has
been named National League Player of the Week (6g, .476, 4hr, 10 RBI, .542obp,
1.143slg)...went homerless Wed vs Cubs, snapping his career-high 4-game HR streak...
has hit safely in 6 straight games (10-20, .500, 2 2b, 4hr, 8rbi) and in 11-12g (18-44, .409,
4 2b, 4hr, 11rbi)...leads the team in HR (7) and RBI (17)...is batting .380 at GABP (1950, 7hr, 16rbi)...with 107 career home runs leads all active players under the age of 26.
Date Opp Game Position AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/3 vs Chi 24
RF - 5 3 - 1 - - - - 1 - 5/2
vs Chi 23
RF - 5
3
- 1 1
-
-
-
-
-
4/29
vs Hou 22
RF - 5
3 1 1
-
-
1
1
1
- 1
4/28 vs Hou 21
RF - 5 3 1 2 1 - 1 4 1 1 4/27
vs Hou 20
RF - 7
4 1 2
-
-
1
1
- 2
2 ZACK COZART, ss
.267, 1hr, 4rbi, 1sb
Leads all National League rookies in runs (14), extra base hits (10) and doubles (7,
tied)...became the first Reds rookie to start at SS on Opening Day since Frank Duffy in
1971 (Dave Concepcion did it in 1970)...became the first rookie to hit safely in each of
the Reds' first 6g of a season (10-22, .455) since Frankie Baumholtz hit safely in each
of the team's first 6g in 1947.
Date Opp Game Position AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/3 vs Chi 24
SS
1 1 1 - - - - - - 5/2 vs Chi 23
SS - 1 4 - - - - - - - 2 4/29 vs Hou 22
SS - 2 4 1 2 2 - - 1 1 2 1
4/28
vs Hou 21
SS - 2
4 1 1
-
-
-
-
-
-
4/27 vs Hou
20
SS - 1 5 - 1 - - - - - - 21 TODD FRAZIER, inf/of
.357, 0hr, 2rbi, 0sb
Has hit safely in 5-8g (5-9, .556)...in his 6 pinch-hit apps RBI-tripled, doubled, singled,
RBI-tripled, walked and grounded out...on 4/20 at Chi became the first Reds pinch
hitter to triple (RBI-triple off Rafael Dolis) since Chris Dickerson did it on 4/16/10 at Pit
(Octavio Dotel), then did it again on 4/27 vs Hou (RBI-triple off Wandy Rodriguez)...
joined the Reds on 4/17, when Miguel Cairo went on the disabled list...was optioned
to Louisville the day before Opening Day, after the Reds claimed off waivers from the
Orioles RHP Alfredo Simon...was the club's final roster move before Opening Day...in
spring training led the club in apps (27), runs (12), total bases (38), home runs (5) and
RBI (15)...prior to his 4/17 promotion made 10 apps at Louisville (.231, 2 2b, 1hr, 7rbi,
3sb, 8gs at 3B, 1gs in LF, 1gs at DH).
Date Opp Game Position AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/3 vs Chi 24
PH
1 - - - - - - - - 5/2 vs Chi 23
PH
- - - - - - - 1 - 4/29 vs Hou
22
3B - 7 3 - - - - - - 1 1 4/27 vs Hou
20
PH
1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - - 4/26 vs SF 19
3B - 7 2 - 1 - - - - 1 - 29 RYAN HANIGAN, c
.265, 0hr, 1rbi, 0sb
Went hitless Wed vs Chi, snapping an 8-game hitting streak that tied his career high
(11-29, .379, 1 2b, 1rbi)...is the longest hitting streak by a Reds batter this season...
has hit safely in 10 of his 14 apps overall...in his 14 starts Reds pitchers went 10-4
while posting a 2.69era.
Date Opp Game Position AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/2 vs Chi 23
C - 8 3 - - - - - - - 1 4/29
vs Hou 22
C - 8
3 1 2
-
-
-
-
-
-
4/28
vs Hou 21
C - 8
4
- 1
-
-
-
-
- 1
4/25
vs SF
18
C - 8
3 1 2
-
-
-
-
-
-
4/24 vs SF 17
C - 8
4 1 1 1 - - - - 1 -

9 WILLIE HARRIS, inf/of
.088, 0hr, 1rbi, 0sb
Has made 11 pinch-hit apps and 6 starts, all 5 at 2B and 1 at 3B (most recent, 5/3 vs
Chi)...was the only spring training non-roster invitee to make the Reds' Opening Day
roster.
Date Opp Game Position AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/3 vs Chi 24
3B - 2 3 1 - - - - - 1 - 5/2 vs Chi 23
PH
1 - - - - - - - 1 4/27 vs Hou
20
PH
1 - - - - - - - - 4/25 vs SF 18
PH
1 - - - - - - - - 4/24 vs SF 17
PH, 2B 2 1 1 - - - - - - 28 CHRIS HEISEY, of
.204, 0hr, 4rbi, 0sb
Last name is pronounced HI-zee...has made 12 starts (9gs in LF, 2gs in CF, 1gs in RF),
most recently Thu vs Cubs...is a career .361 hitter as a pinch hitter (22-61, 6hr, 20rbi).
Date Opp Game Position AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/3 vs Chi 24
CF - 1 4 - - - - - - - - 5/2 vs Chi 23
LF - 7 3 - 1 - - - - - - 4/29 vs Hou
22
PH
1 1 1 - - - - - - 4/28
vs Hou 21
LF - 7
4
- 1
-
-
-
-
- 1
4/27 vs Hou
20
LF
1 - - - - - - - 1 48 RYAN LUDWICK, of
.197, 3hr, 11rbi, 0sb
The Reds went 10-5 in his 15 starts...ranks second on the team in HR (3)...hit his
second career grand slam in the first inning of the 11-inning, 8-5 win on 4/15 at Wsh
(off Ross Detwiler)...in January was signed by the Reds to a 1-year contract through
2012 with a mutual option for 2013.
Date Opp Game Position AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/3
vs Chi 24
LF - 6
3
- 1
-
-
-
1
1 2
4/29 vs Hou
22
LF - 6 4 - - - - - - - 2 4/27 vs Hou
20
LF - 5 4 - - - - - - - 2 4/26 vs SF 19
PH
1 - 1 - - - - - - 4/25
vs SF
18
LF - 7
4 1 1
-
-
-
-
- 1
39 DEVIN MESORACO, c
.265, 1hr, 3rbi, 0sb
Has hit safely in 5-8g (7-22, .318, 1hr, 3rbi), in 5 of his 10 starts and in 7 of his 12
apps overall...is a native and resident of Punxsutawney...is rated the organization's top
prospect...in 2011 was rated the best defensive catcher in the IL.
Date Opp Game Position AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/3 vs Chi 24
C - 7 4 - - - - - - - - 4/29 vs Hou
22
PR, C 1 - 1 - - - - - - 4/27
vs Hou 20
C - 8
4 1 1
-
-
1
1
- 1
4/26 vs SF 19
C - 8 2 - - - - - 1 1 - 4/21 at Chi 15
C - 8 3 - - - - - - 1 - 4 BRANDON PHILLIPS, 2b
.239, 2hr, 7rbi, 0sb
On 4/10 signed a 6-year contract through the 2017 season...had been signed through
2012 as part of a 5-year deal he received in February 2008...has been bothered by
cramping in his left hamstring that forced him to miss 5 starts from 4/10-4/14...in 13
apps since his return is hitting .235 (12-51, 1 2b, 1 3b, 2hr, 7rbi)...in his last 11 starts
has batted cleanup (11-42, .262, 2hr, 7rbi)...in his Reds career has 493rbi.
Date Opp Game Position AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/3 vs Chi 24
2B - 4 4 1 - - - - - - - 5/2
vs Chi 23
2B - 4
4
- 1
-
-
-
-
- 2
4/29 vs Hou
22
2B - 4 4 - - - - - - - 1 4/28
vs Hou 21
2B - 4
4 2 2
- 1
-
1
-
-
4/27
vs Hou 20
2B - 4
3
- 1
-
-
-
-
1 1
27 SCOTT ROLEN, 3b
.178, 2hr, 9rbi, 1sb
Joins Cozart and Votto as the only players to have appeared in every game...needs
30 apps for 2,000 career and 43rbi for 1,300...in his last 9 apps produced 7rbi...didn't
homer in any of his first 59ab of the season but then in consecutive plate apps homered
off SF's Barry Zito (4/25) and Guillermo Mota (4/26)...on 4/24 vs SF produced his 504th
career double, tying Roberto Alomar for 50th on the all-time list...Tony Perez is next
at 505, followed by Babe Ruth at 506...since he joined the team, when he starts the
Reds are 134-106 (.558).
Date Opp Game Position AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/3 vs Chi 24
3B
- - - - - - 1 - - 5/2 vs Chi 23
3B - 6 3 - - - - - - - 1 4/29 vs Hou
22
PH, 3B - - - - - - - 1 - 4/28 vs Hou
21
3B - 6 4 - 1 - - - 1 - - 4/27 vs Hou
20
3B - 6 4 - - - - - - - - 6 DREW STUBBS, of
.231, 1hr, 7rbi, 4sb
While batting second in the order is hitting .333 (13-39, 3 2b, 1hr, 6rbi, 3sb)...is hitless
in his last 14ab, dropping BA from .273.
Date Opp Game Position AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/2 vs Chi 23
CF - 2 4 - - - - - - - 2 4/28 vs Hou
21
CF - 1 4 - - - - - - - 1 4/27
vs Hou 20
CF - 2
4
- 1
-
-
-
-
- 1 1
4/26
vs SF
19
CF - 2
5
- 2 1
-
-
-
- 3
4/25
vs SF
18
CF - 1
3 1 1
-
-
-
-
1
-
15 WILSON VALDEZ, inf/of
.200, 0hr, 2rbi, 0sb
Hit safely in 3 of his 5 starts...has played 2B (9g, 2gs), SS (4g, 3gs) and 3B (1g)...
made his fourth career Opening Day roster (2005 for Sea, 2007 for LAD, 2011 for Phi,
2012 for Cin).
Date Opp Game Position AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/3 vs Chi 24
SS - 8 4 - - - - - - - 2 4/25
vs SF
18
SS - 2, 2B
3
- 1
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
4/22 at Chi 16
PH, 2B 2 - 1 - - - - - - 4/21 at Chi 15
2B
1 - - - - - - - 1 4/20 at Chi 14
PH, 2B 1 - - - - - - - - 19 JOEY VOTTO, 1b
.293, 2hr, 15rbi, 1sb
On 4/4 signed a 10-year contract extension through the 2023 season with a club option
for 2024...had been signed through 2013...leads the National League in walks (22)
and doubles (11)...has hit safely in 6-7g (8-24, .333, 1hr, 7rbi)...in 23 of his 24 apps
reached base safely via hit or walk, including each of his last 15g (15-51, .294, 9 2b,
1hr, 11rbi, 15bb)...won the National League's MVP Award in 2010 and finished sixth
in the voting last season.
Date Opp Game Position AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/3 vs Chi 24
1B - 3 3 1 2 1 - - - 1 1 5/2
vs Chi 23
1B - 3
3 1
-
-
-
-
-
1 1
4/29
vs Hou 22
1B - 3
3 1 2 1
-
1
4
1
-
4/28
vs Hou 21
1B - 3
4 2 1 1
-
-
1
-
- 1
4/27
vs Hou 20
1B - 3
3
- 1 1
-
-
1
1 1
-

2012 Highs & Lows
CLUB MISCELLANEOUS:
Longest Winning Streak...................................................................................... 3g, 4/22-4/25
Longest Losing Streak......................................................................................... 3g, 4/12-4/14
Longest Winning Streak - Home......................................................................... 3g, 4/11-4/25
Longest Winning Streak - Road.......................................................................... 2g, 4/19-4/20
Longest Losing Streak - Home...................................................... 2g (2x), 4/9-4/10 & 4/26-27
Longest Losing Streak - Road............................................................................. 3g, 4/12-4/14
Longest Game - Innings.................................................................. 13, 4/13 at Wsh (2-1 loss)
Longest Game - Time - Extra Innings........................4:04, 4/13 at Wsh (2-1 loss, 13 innings)
Longest Game - Time - 9.0 Innings................................. 3:12 (2x), 4/22 at Chi & vs 4/27 Hou
Longest Game - Time - Home - 9.0 innings................................................. 3:12, 4/27 vs Hou
Longest Game - Time - Road - 9.0 innings....................................................3:12, 4/22 at Chi
Shortest Game - Time - 9.0 innings............................................................. 2:23, 4/28 vs Hou
Shortest Game - Time - Home - 9.0 innings................................................. 2:23, 4/28 vs Hou
Shortest Game - Time - Road - 9.0 Innings................................................... 2:32, 4/19 at StL
Largest Winning Margin....................................................................... 7, 4/24 vs SF (9-2 win)
Largest Winning Margin - Home........................................................... 7, 4/24 vs SF (9-2 win)
Largest Winning Margin - Road............................................................5, 4/20 at Chi (9-4 win)
Largest Losing Margin..................................................................... 10, 4/18 at StL (11-1 loss)
Largest Losing Margin - Home............................................................. 6, 4/9 vs StL (7-1 loss)
Largest Losing Margin - Road......................................................... 10, 4/18 at StL (11-1 loss)
Most Games Over .500............................................................ 1 (2x), 1-0 on 4/5 & 2-1 on 4/8
Most Games Under .500.................................................................................... 4, 4-8 on 4/18
Biggest Comeback to Win...... 3 (2x), 4/11 vs StL (Trailed 3-0, Won 4-3) & 5/3 vs Chi (Trailed, 3-0, Won 4-3
Biggest Blown Lead In Loss...............................................................2, 4/26 vs SF, led 2-0, lost 6-5
Most Errors - Game.............................................................................................3, 4/22 at Chi
Most Double Plays Hit Into - Game..................................................................... 4, 4/18 at StL
Most Double Plays Turned - Game.................................................................... 3, 4/10 vs StL
Highest Attendance - Home........................................................42,956; Opening Day vs Mia
Highest Attendance - Home, Non-Opening Day.......................41,662; Opening Night vs Mia
Highest Attendance - Road............................................... 40,907; 4/12 at Wsh, Opening Day
TEAM BATTING:
Most Hits - Game...............................................................................................14, 4/11 vs StL
Most Hits - Inning........................................................................................5, 4/24 vs SF (7th)
Fewest Hits - Game........................................................................................... 2, 4/14 at Wsh
Most Runs - Game................................................................. 9 (2x), 4/20 at Chi & 4/24 vs SF
Most Runs - Inning......................................................................................6, 4/24 vs SF (7th)
Most Doubles - Game......................................................................................... 5, 4/24 vs SF
Most Triples - Game..................................................................................................1, several
Most Home Runs - Game......................................... 3, 4/19 at StL (Phillips, Ludwick, Stubbs)
Most Home Runs - Inning............................................................................2, 4/19 at StL (4th)
Most Total Bases - Game..................................................... 22 (2x), 4/19 at StL & 4/24 vs SF
Most Extra-Base Hits - Game.............................................................7, 4/24 vs SF (5 2b, 2hr)
Most LOB - Game................................................................13 (2x), 4/11 vs StL & 4/22 at Chi
Most Walks - Game.............................................................................................8, 4/22 at Chi
Most Strikeouts - Game....12, 4/12 at Wsh (10 inn.); 10 (2x), 4/27 vs Hou & 5/2 vs Chi (9 inn.)
Most Stolen Bases - Game.................................................................................3, 4/20 at Chi
Most Stolen Bases - Inning..............................................2, 4/20 at Chi (1st, Stubbs & Bruce)
TEAM PITCHING:
Fewest Hits Allowed - Game................................................................................3, 4/5 vs Mia
Most Hits Allowed - Game.................................................... 14 (2x), 4/18 at StL & 4/21 at Chi
Most Hits Allowed - Inning.........................................................5, 4/21 at Chi (2nd, off Leake)
Most Runs Allowed - Game............................................................................... 11, 4/18 at StL
Most Runs Allowed - Inning...... 4 (3x), 4/9 vs StL (1st), 4/21 at Chi (2nd) & 4/28 vs Hou (4th)
Most Home Runs Allowed - Game......................... 3 (3x), 4/7 vs Mia, 4/9 vs StL & 5/3 vs Chi
Most Home Runs Allowed - Inning....... 3, 4/9 vs StL (1st, Holliday, Freese, Molina off Bailey)
Fewest Walks Allowed - Game .............................0 (3x), 4/8 vs Mia, 4/19 at StL, 4/20 at Chi
Most Walks Allowed - Game....................................................7 (2x), 4/9 vs StL & 4/17 at StL
Fewest Strikeouts - Game................................................................................. 2, 4/12 at Wsh
Most Strikeouts - Game........................................................10 (2x), 4/9 vs StL & 4/13 at Wsh
INDIVIDUAL BATTING:
Most Runs - Game....................................................................................................2, several
Most Hits - Game.......................................................................................4, Votto, 4/11 vs StL
Most Doubles - Game...............................................................................................2, several
Most Triples - Game..................................................................................................1, several
Most Home Runs - Game..........................................................................2, Bruce, 4/8 vs Mia
Most Total Bases - Game.................................8 (2x), Cozart, 4/7 vs Mia & Bruce, 4/8 vs Mia
Most RBI - Game.......................................................................................................4, several
Most Walks - Game...........................................3 (2x), Votto (2x), 4/13 at Wsh & 4/15 at Wsh
Most Strikeouts - Game.............................................................................................3, several
Most Stolen Bases - Game....................................................................2, Stubbs, 4/20 at Chi
Longest Hitting Streak..........................................................................8g, Hanigan, 4/15-4/29
INDIVIDUAL PITCHING:
Fewest Hits - Complete Game.............................................................................................NA
Most Innings Pitched - Start.......................................................................... 8.0, Arroyo, 4/19 at StL
Fewest Innings Pitched - Start........................................................... 3.2, Leake, 4/27 vs Hou
Most Innings Pitched - Relief..................................................................................2.0, several
Most Hits Allowed............ 10 (3x), Arroyo, 4/8 vs Mia; Leake, 4/21 at Chi; Latos, 4/29 vs Hou
Most Runs Allowed................................................................................... 8, Latos, 4/18 at StL
Most Walks - Start..................................................................................4, Bailey, 4/14 at Wsh
Most Walks - Relief.................................................2 (2x), Arredondo, 4/7 vs Mia & 4/9 vs StL
Most Strikeouts - Start............................................................................. 7, Cueto, 4/22 at Chi
Most Strikeouts - Relief..................................................................... 5, Chapman, 4/11 vs StL
Most Home Runs Allowed............................................. 3 (2x), Bailey, 4/9 vs StL & 5/3 vs Chi
Longest Winning Streak.......................................................................... 3, Cueto, 4/5-current
Longest Losing Streak........................................................................... 3, Leake, 4/10-current
Longest Scoreless Streak............................................................ 13.1, Chapman, 4/5-current
Runs By Inning

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11
12+
Tot.
Opponents 12
9
10 14 12 12
9
9
6
2
-
1
96
Reds
17 3 5 11 10 9 14 7 12 1 3 - 92

2012 Club Miscellaneous
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Reds By Batting Order (12-12)
Cozart (4-5), Phillips (3-3), Stubbs (4-2), Harris (0-2),
Heisey (1-0)
Cozart (6-6), Stubbs (4-5), Valdez (1-1), Harris (1-0)
Votto (12-12)
Phillips (6-5), Rolen (2-6), Ludwick (3-0), Bruce (1-1)
Bruce (11-9), Ludwick (0-2), Cairo (0-1), Rolen (1-0)
Rolen (4-4), Ludwick (5-3), Heisey (1-5), Cairo (2-0)
Stubbs (2-5), Heisey (2-3), Frazier (2-1), Harris (2-1),
Ludwick (2-0), Valdez (1-1), Bruce (0-1), Mesoraco (1-0)
Hanigan (10-4), Mesoraco (1-8), Valdez (1-0)
Pitchers (12-12)

1B
2B
3B
SS
C
LF
CF
RF
DH

Reds Starts By Position (12-12)
Votto (12-12)
Phillips (9-8), Harris (2-3), Valdez (1-1)
Rolen (7-10), Cairo (2-1), Frazier (2-1), Harris (1-0)
Cozart (10-11), Valdez (2-1)
Hanigan (10-4), Mesoraco (2-8)
Ludwick (10-5), Heisey (2-7)
Stubbs (10-12), Heisey (2-0)
Bruce (12-11), Heisey (0-1)

Reds By Day (12-12)
Mon (0-1), Tue (1-2), Wed (2-2), Thu (3-2),
Fri (1-2), Sat (1-3), Sun (4-0)
Reds By Month (12-12)
April (11-11), May (1-1), June (0-0), 1st Half (12-12)
July (0-0), August (0-0), Sept/October (0-0), 2nd Half (0-0)
Reds By Series (8) / Game (12-12)
Series: W (4), L (3), Split (1), Sweeps (0), Were Swept (0)
Game: G1 (3-5), G2 (3-5), G3 (5-2), G4 (1-0)
Sweeps:
Swept By:

2012 Disabled List (5 players, 5 appearances)

On Date Off ^Games
Player/Injury
DL Eligible DL Missed
* Ryan Madson (right elbow)
4/4
6/3
-
12-12
Nick Masset (right shoulder)
4/4
4/10
-
12-12
Jordan Smith (right elbow)
4/4
4/10 4/17
4-6
Miguel Cairo (left hamstring)
4/17
4/30
-
8-6
Bill Bray (left groin)
4/24
5/4
-
5-3
* 60-day disabled list
^ Team record in games missed

Most Recent Transactions
5/3, sent to Dayton on a rehabilitation assignment IF Miguel Cairo.
5/2, signed to a minor league contract RHP Michael Wuertz.
4/30, returned from a rehabilitation assignment at Louisville LHP
Bill Bray.
4/29, sent to Louisville on a rehabilitation assignment LHP Bill Bray.
4/28, signed to a minor league contract C Koyie Hill.
4/24, placed on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to 4/19, LHP Bill
Bray; recalled from Louisville RHP J.J. Hoover.
4/17, placed on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to 4/15, IF Miguel
Cairo; recalled from Louisville IF/OF Todd Frazier; reinstated from
the 15-day DL and optioned to Louisville RHP Jordan Smith.
4/10, signed 2B Brandon Phillips to a 6-year contract through the
2017 season.
4/4, placed on the 60-day disabled list RHP Ryan Madson; placed
on the 15-day disabled list RHP Nick Masset and RHP Jordan
Smith, both retroactive to 3/26; selected the contract of IF/OF
Willie Harris; optioned to Louisville IF/OF Todd Frazier; signed
1B Joey Votto to a 10-year contract extension through the 2023
season, with a club option for 2024.
4/3, claimed off waivers from the Orioles RHP Alfredo Simon.
4/2, optioned to Louisville IF Paul Janish.
4/1, acquired from the Braves RHP J.J. Hoover in exchange for IF/
OF Juan Francisco; assigned Hoover to Louisville; reassigned
to minor league camp LHP Jeff Francis.
3/28, reassigned to minor league camp C Corky Miller, C Dioner
Navarro and OF Daryl Jones.
3/26, RHP Josh Judy cleared waivers and was outrighted to
Louisville.
3/25, optioned to Louisville RHP Andrew Brackman, OF Denis
Phipps and IF Chris Valaika; reassigned to minor league camp
RHP Carlos Fisher, LHP Ron Mahay, LHP Clayton Tanner,
RHP Kanekoa Texeira and LHP Clay Zavada.
3/18, optioned to Louisville IF Kristopher Negron, IF Neftali Soto
and RHP Josh Judy; optioned to Pensacola IF Didi Gregorius,
IF Henry Rodriguez and RHP Pedro Villarreal; optioned
to Bakersfield IF/OF Donald Lutz and RHP Kyle Lotzkar;
reassigned to minor league camp C Tucker Barnhart, RHP Nick
Christiani, RHP Daniel Corcino, C Brian Esposito, RHP Sean
Gallagher, LHP Donnie Joseph, RHP Chad Reineke and RHP
Brett Tomko.

20 1 2 D ay - B y - D ay Res u lts
H-R
G Date Opp. D-N W-L Score

4/4 off day

1

4/5

Winning
Pitcher

Losing GA
Anncd.
Pitcher
Save
Rec. Pos. GB
Att.

StL 4, Mia 1

vs Mia H-D W 4-0

Cueto, 1-0

Buehrle, 0-1

4/6 off day

0-0
#1-0

T2

-0.5

T1 ++0.5

42,956

#1-0 2 -0.5

H-R
G Date Opp. D-N W-L Score

Winning
Pitcher

82

7/5

at SD

R-N 10:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

83

7/6

at SD

R-N 10:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

84

7/7

at SD

R-N 10:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

at SD

R-D 4:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

Losing GA
Anncd.
Pitcher
Save
Rec. Pos. GB
Att.

2

4/7

vs Mia H-N

3-8

Nolasco, 1-0

Latos, 0-1

1-1

T2

-0.5

41,662

85

7/8

3

4/8

vs Mia H-D W 6-5

Chapman, 1-0

Bell, 0-1

#2-1

T2

-0.5

23,539

7/9 All-Star Break

4

4/9

vs StL H-N

L

1-7

Westbrook, 1-0

Bailey, 0-1

2-2

T4

-1.5

16,909

7/10 All-Star Game, Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City

5 4/10 vs StL H-N

L

1-3

Lohse, 2-0

Leake, 0-1

2-3

5

-2.5

17,110

7/11 All-Star Break

L

Motte, 2

6 4/11 vs StL H-D W 4-3

Chapman, 2-0

Rzepczynski, 0-1

3-3

T3

-1.5

20,672

7/12 off day

7 4/12 at Wsh R-D

L

2-3 (10)

Stammen, 1-0

Simon, 0-1

3-4

4

-2.0

40,907

86 7/13 vs StL H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

8 4/13 at Wsh R-N

L

1-2 (13)

Stammen, 2-0

Marshall, 0-1

3-5

T4

-2.0

26,959

87 7/14 vs StL H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

9 4/14 at Wsh R-D

L

1-4

JACKSON, 1-0

Bailey, 0-2

3-6

T4

-3.0

35,489

88 7/15 vs StL H-N 8:05 ESPN Sunday Night Baseball, ESPN Radio

4-6

T3

-3.0

25,679

89 7/16 vs Ari

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

90 7/17 vs Ari

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

10 4/15 at Wsh R-D W 8-5 (11) Arredondo, 1-0

Clippard, 1-1

Marshall, 1

4/16
off day

4-6 T2 -3.0

11 4/17 at StL R-N

L

1-2 (10)

Motte, 1-0

LeCure, 0-1

4-7

12 4/18 at StL R-N

L

1-11

Garcia, 2-0

Latos, 0-2

&4-8

13 4/19 at StL R-D W 6-3
14 4/20 at Chi R-D W 9-4
15 4/21 at Chi R-D

L

1-6

16 4/22 at Chi R-D W 4-3

Arroyo, 1-0

Wainwright, 0-3 Marshall, 2

T3

-4.0

35,562

91 7/18 vs Ari

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

T4 *-5.0

35,907

92 7/19 vs Ari

H-D 12:35

5-8

T4

-4.0

40,049

93 7/20 vs Mil H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

Bailey, 1-2

Volstad, 0-2

6-8

T2

-4.0

37,782

94 7/21 vs Mil H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

Maholm, 1-2

Leake, 0-2

6-9

4

-4.0

38,405

95 7/22 vs Mil H-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

Lopez, 0-1

7-9

T2

-4.0

35,801

96 7/23 at Hou R-N 8:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

Cueto, 2-0

Marshall, 3

4/23
off day

7-9 3 -3.5

17 4/24 vs SF H-N W 9-2

Latos, 1-2

8-9

3

-2.5

19,051

98 7/25 at Hou R-N 8:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

18 4/25 vs SF H-N W 4-2

Arredondo, 2-0

Hensley, 1-2

Marshall, 4

9-9

2

-2.5

17,115

7/26 off day

Cain, 1-1

97 7/24 at Hou R-N 8:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

19 4/26 vs SF H-D

L

5-6

Lopez, 2-0

Marshall, 0-2

Casilla, 2

9-10

T2

-3.0

17,317

99 7/27 at Col R-N 8:40 FOX Sports Ohio HD

20 4/27 vs Hou H-N

L

4-6

WRodriguez, 2-2

Leake, 0-3

Myers, 4

9-11

T2

-4.0

29,486

100 7/28 at Col R-N 8:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

10-11

2

-4.0

32,971

101 7/29 at Col R-D 3:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

FRodriguez, 0-3 Marshall, 5 11-11

2

-3.0

31,086

102 7/30 vs SD H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

21 4/28 vs Hou H-D W 6-0

Cueto, 3-0

Harrell, 1-2

22 4/29 vs Hou H-D W 6-5

Ondrusek, 1-0

4/30
off day

11-11 2 -3.0

103 7/31 vs SD H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

5/1

vs Chi H-N

Postponed by rain, makeup date TBA

11-11

2

-3.5

104

8/1

vs SD H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

23

5/2

vs Chi H-N

1-3

Marmol, 2 11-12

2

-4.5

16,868

105

8/2

vs SD

H-D 12:35

24

5/3

vs Chi H-D W 4-3 (10)

2

-3.5

23,288

106

8/3

vs Pit

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

25

5/4

at Pit

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

107

8/4

vs Pit

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

26

5/5

at Pit

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

108

8/5

vs Pit

H-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

27

5/6

at Pit

R-D 1:35 FOX Sports Ohio HD

109

8/6

at Mil

R-N 8:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

28

5/7

at Mil

R-N 8:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

110

8/7

at Mil

R-N 8:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

29

5/8

at Mil

R-N 8:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

111

8/8

at Mil

R-D 2:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

30

5/9

at Mil

R-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

112

8/9

at Chi R-N 8:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

L

Samardzija, 3-1

Arroyo, 1-1

Ondrusek, 2-0

Dolis, 1-2

12-12

5/10 off day

113 8/10 at Chi

31 5/11 vs Wsh H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

114 8/11 at Chi R-D 4:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

32 5/12 vs Wsh H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

115 8/12 at Chi R-D 2:20 FOX Sports Ohio HD

33 5/13 vs Wsh H-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

8/13 off day

34 5/14

at Atl

R-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

116 8/14 vs NYM H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

35 5/15

at Atl

R-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD, MLB Network backup

117 8/15 vs NYM H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

R-D 2:20

36 5/16 at NYM R-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

118 8/16 vs NYM H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

37 5/17 at NYM R-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

119 8/17 vs Chi H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

38 5/18 at NYY R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD, MLB Network backup

120 8/18 vs Chi H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

39 5/19 at NYY R-D 1:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD, MLB Network

121 8/19 vs Chi H-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

40 5/20 at NYY R-D 1:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

123 8/20 at Phi R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

41 5/21 vs Atl

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD, ESPN

124 8/21 at Phi R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

42 5/22 vs Atl

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD, MLB Network

125 8/22 at Phi R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

43 5/23 vs Atl

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

126 8/23 at Phi R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

44 5/24 vs Atl

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

127 8/24 vs StL H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

45 5/25 vs Col H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD, MLB Network backup

128 8/25 vs StL

46 5/26 vs Col H-N 7:15 FOX

129 8/26 vs StL H-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

47 5/27 vs Col H-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

130 8/27

at Ari

R-N 9:40 FOX Sports Ohio HD

48 5/28

at Pit

R-D 1:35 FOX Sports Ohio HD

131 8/28

at Ari

R-N 9:40 FOX Sports Ohio HD

49 5/29

at Pit

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

132 8/29

at Ari

R-D 3:40

50 5/30

at Pit

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

8/30 off day

H-D 4:05 FOX

5/31 off day

133 8/31 at Hou R-N 8:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

51

6/1 at Hou R-N 8:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

134

9/1 at Hou R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

52

6/2 at Hou R-N 7:15 FOX

135

9/2 at Hou R-D 2:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

53

6/3 at Hou R-D 2:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

136

9/3

vs Phi H-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

6/4 off day

137

9/4

vs Phi H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

54

6/5

vs Pit

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

138

9/5

vs Phi

55

6/6

vs Pit

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

9/6 off day

56

6/7

vs Pit

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

139

9/7 vs Hou H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

57

6/8

vs Det H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

140

9/8 vs Hou H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

58

6/9

vs Det H-D 4:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

141

9/9 vs Hou H-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

H-D 12:35

59 6/10 vs Det H-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

142 9/10 vs Pit

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

6/11 off day

143 9/11 vs Pit

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

60 6/12 vs Cle H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

144 9/12 vs Pit

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

61 6/13 vs Cle H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

9/13 off day

62 6/14 vs Cle H-D 12:35

145 9/14 at Mia R-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

63 6/15 at NYM R-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

146 9/15 at Mia R-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

64 6/16 at NYM R-N 7:15 FOX

147 9/16 at Mia R-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

65 6/17 at NYM R-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

9/17 off day

66 6/18 at Cle R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

148 9/18 at Chi R-N 8:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

67 6/19 at Cle R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

149 9/19 at Chi R-N 8:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

68 6/20 at Cle R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

150 9/20 at Chi R-D 2:20 FOX Sports Ohio HD

6/21 off day

151 9/21 vs LAD H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

69 6/22 vs Min H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

152 9/22 vs LAD H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

70 6/23 vs Min H-D 4:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

153 9/23 vs LAD H-D 1:10

71 6/24 vs Min H-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

9/24 off day

72 6/25 vs Mil H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

154 9/25 vs Mil H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

73 6/26 vs Mil H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

155 9/26 vs Mil H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

74 6/27 vs Mil H-D 12:35

156 9/27

vs Mil

H-D 12:35

75 6/28 at SF

R-N 10:15 FOX Sports Ohio HD

157 9/28

at Pit

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

76 6/29 at SF

R-N 10:15 FOX Sports Ohio HD

158 9/29

at Pit

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

77 6/30 at SF

R-D 4:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

159 9/30

at Pit

R-D 1:35 FOX Sports Ohio HD

78

7/1

R-D 4:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

160 10/1 at StL R-N 8:15 FOX Sports Ohio HD

79

7/2 at LAD R-N 10:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

161 10/2 at StL R-N 8:15 FOX Sports Ohio HD

80

7/3 at LAD R-N 10:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

162 10/3 at StL R-N 8:15 FOX Sports Ohio HD

81

7/4 at LAD R-N 9:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

at SF

BOLD CAPS indicate complete games, bold underlined attendance indicates sellouts
# - Season-high 1g above .500, ++ - Season-high 0.5-game lead
& - Season-high 4g below .500, * - Season-high 5.0g deficit

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