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Game 28, Road 14 (6-7) Cincinnati Reds (14-13) RHP Bronson Arroyo (1-1, 3.03) at Milwaukee Brewers (12-16) RHP Yovani Gallardo (1-3, 5.79) Monday, May 7, 2012 Miller Park, Milwaukee

Mon at Mil:

PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS 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 (4-0, 1.31) vs RHP Zack Greinke (3-1, 4.11)

700 wlw/fso, 8:10et 700 wlw/fso, 8:10et 700 wlw/fso, 1:10et

Tue at Mil:

Wed at Mil:

Thursday:

Off day in Cincinnati

Fri vs Wsh:

RHP Mike Leake (0-4, 5.97) vs TBA RHP Mat Latos (2-2, 4.93) vs TBA

700 wlw/fso, 7:10et 700 wlw/fso, 7:10et 700 wlw/fso, 1:10et

Sat vs Wsh:

Sun vs Wsh: RHP Bronson Arroyo vs TBA

 

RED HOTS

 

TONIGHT'S GAME: Is Game 1 of a 3-game series vs Michael Vassallo's Brewers and Game 4 (2-1) of a 6-game

road trip that included a 2-1 weekend series win at Pit

this

trip begins a stretch during which the Reds will play

 

All-Time Wins By Managers

 

13-16g on the road (2-1 at Pit, 0-0 at Mil, 3g vs Wsh, 2g at Atl, 2g at NYM, 3g at NYY)

are

coming off a scheduled

15.

Ralph Houk

 

1,619

9-game homestand that included 2-1 series wins vs the Giants and Astros, Tue's rainout and then a 1-1 series

16.

Jim Leyland Fred Clarke, OF

1,602

split vs the Cubs

 

following

this road trip the Reds return to Great American Ball Park for a brief 3-game series vs

1,602

the Nationals before hitting the road again for 7 games in Atlanta (2g) and New York (2g at Mets, 3g at Yankees).

18.

Tommy Lasorda

1,599

19.

Dick Williams, HOF

1,571

DOT, DOT, DOT

2-1 at Pit)

In their last 5 series the Reds are 4-0-1 (9-5 overall, 2-1 at Chi, 2-1 vs SF, 2-1 vs Hou, 1-1 vs Chi,

yesterday's 5-0 win at Pit the Redlegs improved their records to 8-1 in the final game of a series and

:

with

20.

DUSTY BAKER

1,498

 

5-0 on Sundays

lost

their only game played on a Monday (4/9, 7-1 vs StL)

from

Thu-Sat IF Miguel Cairo made 3

rehabilitation apps at Class A Dayton (0-10, 2k)

since

4/17 he has been on the DL with a strained left hamstring.

Record Setting Afternoon With 17 strikeouts in yesterday's 5-0 win at Pit, Reds pitchers tied the franchise record for strikeouts in a 9-inning

game (listed below)

team record

the

SPELLING RELIEF: Reds relievers lead the National League in bullpen ERA (2.41) and opponent's BA (.200) and

rank second in relief strikeouts (90, Col 93)

in any of the last 7g (21ip, 9h, 8bb, 22k)

from 4/29-5/6, 2006 (14.2ip)

the last 14g have posted a 1.43era (37.2ip, 6er) and didn't allow a run

their longest scoreless game streak since a stretch of 7 scoreless apps

strung together a scoreless streak of more than 7g since an 8-game stretch from

in

is

haven't

for strikeouts by Reds pitchers in any game is 19, accomplished 5 times and most recently in a 14-inning contest on 8/28/11 vs Wsh (Johnny Cueto 11, Jose

7/26-8/4, 2000 (17.1ip)

Aroldis

Chapman's 14.2 innings pitched tie Oak's Ryan Cook for the most by any reliever in

the Major Leagues who hasn't allowed a run (Bal's Jim Johnson 12.2, Det's Duane Below 12.2, Cin's Logan Ondrusek

12.0, NYY's David Robertson 12.0).

 

Arredondo 3, Aroldis Chapman 2, Nick Masset 2, Bill Bray 1):

ON THE HILL: The Reds rank fourth in the National League in overall team ERA (3.25)

(134ip, 37er), dropping ERA from 4.15 and including ERAs of 2.90 by Reds starters (96.1ip, 31er) and 1.43 by Reds

staff's ERA of

the last 15g are 10-5, 2.49

in

relievers (37.2ip, 6er)

that

2.49era since 4/19 is second-best in the Major Leagues (Bal, 2.16)

the

 

Latos

11, 3* relievers 2 each

5/6/12 at Pit 5/23/08 at SD 5/16/98 vs Cubs

Edison Volquez 12, 3 relievers 5

Sullivan 7, 3 others 10

Scott

3.53 for April was the lowest team mark for the month of March/April since 2002, when they went 16-9, 3.43.

 
 

* Hoover, Chapman, Simon

 

MILESTONES: Scott Rolen's next double will be the 506th of his career and will tie him with the immortal Babe Ruth

 

Reds On The Road Trip

for 48th on that all-time list

Hall

of Famer Rickey Henderson is 47th with 510 doubles

Joey

Votto's next home

Fri at Pit Sat at Pit Sun at Pit

W,

L,

W,

6-1

Cueto

complete game

run while playing 1B will be his 118th, snapping a tie with Sean Casey and moving him alone into fourth place on the

2-3

club's all-time list for homers by a first baseman.

 

5-0

Reds

Leake 2-run, solo HR pitchers 17 strikeouts

ALL-STARS: Major League Baseball's All-Star Game balloting has begun in-stadium and online at MLB.com and all

Bruce

On The Road Trip

4-13,

1hr, 1rbi

Ludwick

 

0-4

30 club web sites ET on Thu, 6/28

Cozart, 3B Scott Rolen, LF Ryan Ludwick, CF Drew Stubbs and RF Jay Bruce.

when

Reds

the in-stadium phase concludes on Fri, 6/22 fans can continue to vote online until 11:59 p.m. players on the ballot include C Ryan Hanigan, 1B Joey Votto, 2B Brandon Phillips, SS Zack

Cairo

0g

Mesoraco

1-3

   

Cozart

4-12,

1hr,

2rbi

Phillips

1-12,

2rbi

 

Frazier

Hanigan

Harris

Heisey

2-4,

1hr,

3-7,

1g,

3-10,

1rbi

1rbi

0-1

1rbi

Rolen

Stubbs

Valdez

Votto

6-12,

2-7,

1hr,

3-10,

1rbi

3rbi

0g

1rbi

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 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 third time in their history (1976, 1992)

the new Basic Agreement, the draft will have 40 rounds instead of 50.

Astros will have the No. 1 overall pick for

Reds will select 14th, 49th (as compensation for

the

the

Arredondo

1g,

1ip, 0r

Latos

Leake

1gs, 6ip, 0r 1gs, 7ip, 3er

 

per

Arroyo

0gs

FIRST VOTTO

:

On 4/4 the Reds signed 2010 National League MVP and 2-time All-Star 1B Joey Votto to a 10-

Bailey

0gs

LeCure

0g

year contract extension through the 2023 season, with a club option for 2024

Votto

had been signed through 2013 as

Chapman

1g,

1.1ip, 0r

Marshall

0g

part of a 3-year contract he received in January 2011, when he avoided arbitration.

 

Cueto

1gs, 1cg, 1er

Ondrusek

0g

 

Hoover

1g,

0.2ip, 0r

Simon

1g, 1ip, 0r

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

 

All-Time Doubles Leaders

 

2-time National League All-Star who in the last 4 seasons has won 3 Rawlings Gold Glove Awards and a Louisville

47.

Rickey Henderson

 

510

Silver Slugger Award

in

2011, he was 1 of only 6 players voted to the All-Star team who also won both Gold Glove

48.

Babe Ruth

 

506

and Silver Slugger awards, and he was rated by field managers as the best defensive second baseman in the NL.

49.

SCOTT ROLEN Tony Perez

 

505

505

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

Reds’ All-Time Homers, First Base

contact the Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce at (607) 547-9983 or visit its online reservation system at www.

249

Ted Kluszewski

1947-1957

cooperstownchamber.org

the

Reds Hall of Fame and Provident Travel are coordinating travel packages for induction

141

Tony Perez

1964-76, 1984-86

weekend

for

more information call (513) 247-1100 or (800) 354-8108.

 

139

Lee May

 

1965-1971

REDS HALL OF FAMERS: Modern first basemen Sean Casey and Dan Driessen, along with 19th Century first baseman

117

JOEY VOTTO

2007-2011

117

1998-2005

John Reilly, have been announced as the Reds Hall of Fame Class of 2012

Casey

was selected by the fans through

Sean Casey

Includes home runs hit only as a first baseman Courtesy Elias Sports Bureau

the modern player ballot presented by Cincyfavorites.com

trio will be honored June 22-24 during Reds Hall of Fame Induction Weekend.

the

veterans committee selected Driessen and Reilly

the

 

10,000

 

REDS AT GREAT AMERICAN BALL PARK (8-6, .571): In 10 seasons and 745 games at GABP the Reds are 381-

The 9-4 win on 4/20 at Cubs was the 10,000th victory in the history of the

363-1 (.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 franchise

have

won 9,457 games

 

in the recognized National League and another 549 games in the American

REDS ON THE ROAD (6-7, .462): The Reds are 2-1 on this road trip (2-1 at Pit, 0-0 at Mil) trip (1-3 at Wsh, 1-2 at StL, 2-1 at Chi).

went

4-6 on their first road

Association

listed

below are the 6

 

franchises with 10,000 wins, according to

IN THE STANDINGS (33): The Reds have spent the following days alone or tied at each position in the National

baseball-reference.com:

 

League Central Division standings: FIRST - 1, SECOND - 19, THIRD - 5, FOURTH - 7, FIFTH - 1, SIXTH - 0 spent 5 days above, 9 days at and 18 days below .500.

have

Team

Wins

Giants

 

10,534

10,320

10,234

10,211

- 9,047 (.538) - 9,795 (.513) - 9,286 (.524) - 9,499 (.518)

 

Cubs

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

Dodgers

 

seasons

at

Miller Park: Reds are 49-43, including 3-4 in 2011 and 18-12 the last 4 seasons

last

Reds sweep: at

Cardinals

Mil: 8/25-8/27, 2009 (3g); 5/13-5/16, 2002 (4g)

 

last

Brewers sweep: at Mil: 5/29-5/31, 2009 (3g).

Braves

 

10,049

- 10,038 (.501)

 

REDS

 

10,006

- 9,714 (.507)

UP NEXT: REDS vs NATIONALS: The Reds are 236-201 all-time vs the franchise formerly known as the Montreal

Pirates

 

9,893

- 9,788 (.503)

Expos, including 27-23 overall vs the Nationals and 1-3 in 2012 the franchise, including 17-9 vs the Nationals and 3-0 in 2011.

at

Great American Ball Park: Reds are 19-12 vs

 

Last 10 Starts By Reds Pitchers

Date

dec

ip

h

r

er

bb

k

hr

Pitcher

Notes

5/6 at Pit

W

6.0

2

0

0

3

11

0

Latos

W, 5-0 (staff 17k) L, 2-3 W, 6-1 W, 4-3 (10) L, 1-3 W, 6-5 W, 6-0 (3-0, 1.39) L, 4-6 L, 5-6 (Pagan 3R HR) W, 4-2

5/5 at Pit

L

7.0

4

3

3

4

4

2

Leake

W, CG 9.0

7

1

1

0

4

0

Cueto

5/4 at Pit 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

-

6.0

9

3

3

1

4

3

Bailey

L

6.0

9

3

3

1

3

2

Arroyo

-

6.1

10

5

5

0

4

2

Latos

W

7.0

5

0

0

1

3

0

Cueto

L

3.2

7

6

3

0

1

0

Leake

(bs)

6.1

7

3

2

2

6

0

Bailey

-

5.0

9

2

1

1

2

1

Arroyo

 

Iron Man

 

Since he was acquired by the Reds from Bos prior to the 2006 season, Bronson Arroyo leads the National League and ranks among the Major League leaders in games started and innings pitched:

Category

NL

ML

Starts

206

1st

*3rd

IP

1,319.0

1st

6th

* Dan Haren 209gs, Derek Lowe 207gs

Last Pitched: Wed vs Cubs and in a start bumped back a day because of Tue’s rainout suffered the 3-1 loss(6ip, 9h, 3er, 1bb, 3k, 2hr, 99 pitches, 67

strikes)

solo HR to Ryan LaHair in the second inning and to Ian Stewart in the fourth and then an RBI-single to Geovany Soto in the sixth.

allowed

left

trailing, 3-0

Red Hots: Is making his sixth start of the season, his 207th start for the

Reds (80-73, 4.11, 1319ip, 603er) and the 297th start of his career

was the victim of a blown save

in his 5 starts the Reds went 3-2 and scored 18 runs (3.60 r/g) reached 10.000 years of Major League service time.

on 4/25

once

produced

3 quality starts in his 5 apps

Career Highlights: In 3 of his 6 seasons with the Reds received the Johnny Vander Meer Award as the staff’s Most Outstanding Pitcher (2006,

2009, 2010)

3

times won the club’s Joe Nuxhall Good Guy Award (2006,

2009, 2011)

in

2010 won the Rawlings Gold Glove Award for fielding

excellence

led

the Reds in starts in each of the last 6 seasons, in innings

pitched 5 times in the last 6 years and in quality starts 3 times in the last

5

his 6-year 200 innings

since he was

acquired by the Reds in 2006 leads all National League pitchers with 206

206 starts over the last 7 seasons

rank third in the Major Leagues behind Dan Haren (209gs) and Derek Lowe (207) and his 1,286.1 innings from 2006-2011 were sixth-most in the majors behind only Roy Halladay (1414.2), CC Sabathia (1391.2), Haren (1364.1) Felix Hernandez (1304.0) and Justin Verlander (1304.0).

starts and 1,319.0 innings pitched

pitched streak was snapped in 2011, when he threw 199.0

6 of the last 7 seasons threw at least 200 innings

each of the last 7 seasons produced at least 32 starts and in

years

in

his

Career Highs: Innings: 9.0 (10x), Last: 9/21/11 vs Hou; Hits: 13, 9/26/08 at StL; Runs: 10 (2x), 6/23/00 at NYM & 6/24/08 at Tor; Earned Runs:

10, 6/24/08 at Tor; HR: 4, 4 (3x), last on 9/16/11 vs Mil (Fielder, Kotsay, Braun, Kottaras); Walks: 6, 6/17/10 vs LAD; Strikeouts: 12, 7/19/04 at Sea; Complete Games: 12, last on 9/21/11 for Cin vs Hou (2-0 win); Shutouts: 4, last on 9/21/11 for Cin vs Hou (2-0 win); Scoreless Streak:

17.0 (3x), Last: 7/31-8/11, 2010; Winning Streak: 9g, 8/21/04-5/5/05; Losing Streak: 7g, 5/11-6/24, 2007; Hits (batting): 3, 6/3/06 at Hou

0bb, 4k, 82 pitches, 64 strikes)

4/25

left

left

RHP

Starting Pitcher Bronson Arroyo

#61

 

Arroyo’s 2012 Starts

 

date

opp.

dec

rec

era

ip

h

r-er

bb

so

hr

result

4/8

vs Mia

-

-

5.68

6.1

10

5-4

-

4

-

W, 6-5 L, 1-2 (13) W, 6-3 W, 4-2

4/13

at Wsh

(bs)

-

2.63

7.1

3

-

1

4

-

4/19

at StL

W

1-0

2.91

8.0

5

3-3

-

5

1

4/25

vs SF

-

-

2.70

5.0

9

2-1

1

2

1

April Totals

 

1-0

2.70

26.2

27

10-8

2

15

2

4g, 4gs

 

5/2

vs Chi

L

1-1

3.03

6.0

9

3-3

1

3

2

L, 1-3

2012 Totals Major League Totals

 

1-1

3.03

32.2

36

13-11

3

18

4

5g, 5gs

 

113-106-1

 

4.26

1907.1

1949

1000-903

557

1244

260

332g, 296gs

Career at GABP Career at Home Career on the Road

 

39-37

3.95

674.2

661

326-296

182

459

104

104g, 104gs

55-50-1

4.20

972.1

990

512-454

280

635

140

168g, 148gs

58-56-0

4.32

935.0

959

488-449

277

609

120

164g, 148gs

(bs) Victim of blown save

 
 

Arroyo’s career appearances vs Brewers

 

date

opp.

dec

rec

 

era

ip

h

r-er

bb

so

hr

 

result

 

9/23/00/g2*

at Mil#

 

L

0-1

0.00

0.1

-

1-0

2

0

0

L, 4-5 (10) L, 4-5 L, 5-12 W, 5-2 W, 3-2 W, 6-3 W, 3-1 W, 15-5 L, 4-6 L, 2-5 W, 8-3 W, 11-4 L, 2-5 W, 6-3 L, 3-4 L, 1-8 W, 6-1 L, 3-15 W, 4-0 W, 8-6 (13) L, 2-3

5/12/01*

at Mil

-

-

0.00

2.0

-

-

1

-

-

8/27/01*

at Mil

-

-

4.50

1.2

2

2-2

3

2

-

9/4/01

vs Mil

W

1-1

4.00

5.0

5

2-2

2

1

2

8/18/02

vs Mil

W

2-1

3.86

5.0

7

2-2

4

3

1

8/23/02

at Mil

-

-

3.79

5.0

4

3-2

2

4

-

4/21/06

at Mil

W

3-1

3.00

8.0

6

1-1

2

8

1

5/22/06

vs Mil

W

4-1

2.65

7.0

6

1-1

-

6

-

6/13/06

vs Mil

L

4-2

3.07

7.0

9

4-4

2

7

1

7/4/06

at Mil

L

4-3

3.56

7.0

5

5-5

3

6

1

8/17/07

at Mil

W

5-3

3.58

7.1

9

3-3

-

7

3

9/7/07

vs Mil

W

6-3

3.57

7.2

5

3-3

1

8

2

4/18/08

vs Mil

L

6-4

3.80

5.2

8

5-4

3

4

1

8/4/08

vs Mil

W

7-4

3.62

6.0

4

1-1

2

6

-

9/10/08

at Mil

(bs)

-

 

3.31

7.0

5

2-0

4

3

-

9/21/08

vs Mil

L

7-5

3.59

6.0

6

6-5

3

8

1

4/14/09

at Mil

W

8-5

3.45

6.1

4

1-1

4

3

1

5/6/09

vs Mil

L

8-6

4.26

^1.+

7

9-9

3

-

2

7/17/09

vs Mil

W

9-6

3.97

7.0

6

-

2

6

-

8/25/09

at Mil

(bs)

-

 

3.80

7.0

6

1-1

1

4

1

7/26/10

at Mil

L, CG

9-7

3.77

8.0

3

3-3

1

5

2

4/3/11

vs Mil

W

10-7

3.77

7.0

6

3-3

-

5

2

W, 12-3 W, 9-5 L, L, 3-6

 

4/25/11

at Mil

W

11-7

3.66

6.1

6

2-1

2

4

-

9/16/11

vs Mil

L

11-8

3.82

6.1

5

5-5

3

2

4

Career vs Brewers Career at Miller Park

 

11-8

3.82

136.2

124

65-58

50

102

25

 

24g, 21gs

4-2

2.60

65.2

50

23-19

23

46

9

11g, 9gs

 

2000-02 for Pit, * In relief, # At County Stadium, (bs) Victim of blown save, ^ Tied shortest career start

 
 

Brewers batters vs Arroyo

 
 

Avg

H

AB

HR

RBI

K

 

Avg

H

AB

HR

RBI

 

K

Braun

.263

10

38

3

7

7

 

Izturis

.273

6

22

0

3

0

Gamel

.000

0

3

0

0

1

Kottaras

.222

2

9

1

1

2

Gomez

.111

1

9

0

0

3

Lucroy

.333

1

3

0

0

1

Gonzalez

.444

4

9

0

1

1

Morgan

.214

3

14

0

0

2

Hart

.263

5

19

0

5

5

Ramirez

.185

10

54

2

4

4

Ishikawa

.167

1

6

0

0

0

Weeks

.171

6

35

2

4

13

took

a 4-2 lead into the seventh inning before allowing 3 runs on

at Wsh and threw 7.1 shutout innings but was the

in the third inning

at StL and threw a season-high 8.0 innings

his last 8

the third inning allowed a

4/13

singled

retired

Arroyo’s Most Recent Starts: 4/8 vs Mia, in the Reds’ third game of the

season received no decision in the 6-5 walkoff win (6.1ip, 10h, 5r, 4er,

trailing, 5-4, but the Reds scored 2

runs in the ninth off Heath Bell on Jay Bruce’s leadoff HR and Scott Rolen’s run-scoring single

an RBI-double to Chris Coghlan, an RBI-groundout to Jose Reyes and an RBI-single to Emilio Bonifacio

victim of a blown save in the 13-inning, 2-1 loss (3h, 1bb, 4k)

off Jordan Zimmerman for the Reds’ first hit and then drove in the game’s first run with a sacrifice fly in the fifth

to earn the 6-3 victory (5h, 3er, 0bb, 5k, 1hr, 90 pitches, 66 strikes)

batters

solo HR to Angel Pagan

leading, 1-0, but pinch hitter Xavier Nady homered off Bill Bray to tie it

left

leading, 6-3

allowed

4/19

only a 3-run HR to Matt Holliday in the sixth inning

left

trailing, 2-0

in

vs SF and received no decision in the 4-2 victory (5ip, 9h, 2r, 1er, 1bb, 2k, 1hr, 80 pitches, 56 strikes)

in

the fourth allowed an unearned run following Drew Stubbs’ fielding error

the

Reds scored 4 runs in the bottom of the seventh inning.

Tomorrow’s Pitcher: RHP Homer Bailey

Last Pitched: Thu afternoon vs Cubs and on his 26th birthday threw

a quality start but received no decision in the 10-inning, 4-3 win (6ip,

trailing, 3-0, but the

Reds tied it with 3 runs in the ninth and won it in the 10th on Scott

Rolen’s sacrifice fly

in the first inning, to Ryan LaHair in the fourth and to Geovany Soto

in the fifth

marking the first game in Major League history in which both starting pitchers celebrated birthdays.

 

Bailey’s 2012 Starts

 

date

opp.

dec

rec

era

ip

h

r-er

bb

so

hr

result

4/9

vs StL

L

0-1

6.35

5.2

6

4-4

3

5

*3

L, 1-7

4/14

at Wsh

L

0-2

5.40

6.0

7

3-3

4

3

-

L, 1-4

4/20

at Chi

^W

1-2

3.86

7.0

5

4-1

-

2

-

W, 9-4

 

4/26

vs SF

(bs)

-

3.60

6.1

7

3-2

2

6

-

L, 5-6

April Totals

 

1-2

3.60

25.0

25

14-10

9

16

3

4g, 4gs

 

5/3

vs Chi

-

-

3.77

6.0

9

3-3

1

4

*3

W, 4-3 (10)

2012 Totals Major League Totals

 

1-2

3.77

31.0

34

17-13

10

20

6

5g, 5gs

 

26-25

4.82

467.0

496

269-250

180

358

58

83g, 83gs

Career at Home/GABP Career on the Road

 

14-12

5.07

262.2

285

155-148

108

222

37

46g, 46gs

12-13

4.49

204.1

211

114-102

72

136

21

37g, 37gs

^ 10,000th win in franchise history, (bs) Victim of blown save, * Tied career high

 
 

Bailey’s career appearances vs Brewers

 

date

opp.

dec

rec

era

ip

h

r-er

bb

so

hr

result

7/13/08

at Mil

(bs)

-

3.18

5.2

5

2-2

-

4

1

L, 2-3

8/6/08

vs Mil

L

0-1

6.55

5.1

8

6-6

3

4

-

L, 3-6

7/16/09

vs Mil

L

0-2

8.27

5.1

6

*7-7*

4

3

1

L, 6-9

5/18/10

vs Mil

-

-

6.56

7.0

4

2-2

2

4

1

W, 5-4 W, 5-4 (10) W, 5-2 W, 7-4

8/30/10

vs Mil

-

-

6.44

6.0

8

4-4

2

4

-

9/20/10

at Mil

-

-

5.86

6.0

6

2-2

3

7

-

10/2/10

vs Mil

(bs)

-

5.36

5.0

6

1-1

3

*10

-

7/7/11

at Mil

L

0-3

5.63

6.0

8

5-5

2

1

1

L, 4-5

Career vs Brewers Career at Miller Park

 

0-3

5.63

46.1

51

29-29

19

37

4

8g, 8gs

 

0-1

4.58

17.2

19

9-9

5

12

2

3g, 3gs

(bs) Victim of blown save, * Career high

 

at Cubs and earned the 9-4 victory (7ip, 5h, 4r,

the third inning allowed 2 unearned runs following Chris Heisey’s

the

vs SF and was the victim of a blown save in the 6-5 loss (6.1ip, 7h, 3r, 2er, 2bb,

the fourth

the seventh allowed a sac fly

4/20

leading, 8-4

in

in

9h, 3er, 1bb, 4k, 3hr, 97 pitches, 69 strikes)

Cubs

allowed

left

all 3 runs on solo HR, to Starlin Castro

starter Ryan Dempster celebrated his 35th birthday,

already

produced

once

was the victim of a blown save.

with

left

trailing, 4-1

in

left

4/14

trailing, 3-1

Edwin

was

left

allowed

allowed

Red Hots: The 26-year-old righthander tomorrow will make his sixth

start of the season

quality starts in each of his last 4 apps,

tied with Johnny Cueto for the longest streak of the season by any

Reds starter

apps, all starts

has made 83 career regular season

Bailey’s Most Recent Starts: 4/9 vs StL and in the Reds’ fourth

game of the season suffered the 7-1 loss (5.2ip, 6h, 4er, 3bb, 5k, 3hr,

91 pitches, 54 strikes)

first 2 batters but then allowed all 4 runs on homers by Matt Holliday

just

at Wsh and in his first

quality start of the season suffered the 4-1 loss (6ip, 7h, 3er, 4bb,

only a 2-out,

RBI-single to Jesus Flores in the second inning and a 1-out, 2-run

double to Adam LaRoche in the third 1er, 0bb, 2k, 108 pitches, 71 strikes)

3k, 110 pitches, 66 strikes)

2 hits and 2 walks after the first frame

(solo), David Freese (2-run) and Yadier Molina (solo)

the first inning retired the

Jackson threw a 2-hitter for his fifth career complete game

left

the franchise’s 10,000th win

allowed

error on Starlin Castro’s fly ball to the wall

sixth inning extended the Reds’ lead to 7-3 with a run-scoring groundout

6k, 86 pitches, 59 strikes)

inning allowed an RBI-single to Brandon Belt and an unearned run on Ryan Theriot’s sac fly that followed Zack Cozart’s error

to Gregor Blanco

RBI-groundouts to Darwin Barney in the fifth inning (unearned) and to Alfonso Soriano in the sixth

4/26

in

leading, 4-3, but the Giants took a 6-5 lead with 1 out in the ninth on Angel Pagan’s 3-run HR off Sean Marshall

in

2 outs in the second inning extended the Reds’ lead to 2-0 with an RBI-single off Ryan Vogelsong.

REDS ON THE MOUND

Reds Starters & Relievers

opp

 

w-l

era

g

cg

sho/sv

ip

h

ab

r

er

bb

so

hr

avg

Starters

8-9

3.64

27

1

-

168.1

174

649

78

68

42

106

20

.268

Relievers

6-4

2.41

26

-

5-8

78.1

56

280

22

21

36

90

6

.200

 

Bullpen Totals, Etc.

       

Bullpen's Pitching Lines

 

1st Batter

Inherited Runners/

 

Saves/

Team

   

Game, Opp

 

dec

ip

h

r

er

bb

k

hr

Pitchers

 
 

Pitcher

 

Retired

Scored

Opps

Record

5/6 at Pit 5/5 at Pit 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

 

-

3.0

1

0

0

0

6

0

Hoover, Chapman, Simon Arredondo

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

9-12

1-0

-

7-5

-

1.0

2

0

0

2

2

0

-

-

-

3-2

W

4.0

3.0

1

1

0

0

0

0

1

0

2

2

0 Arrdondo,Chapmn,Marshall,Ondrusek

0

-

-

-

2-3

1-5

3-1

0-1

 

1-4

-

 

LeCure, Hoover Arredondo, Ondrusek, Marshall Ondrusek, Chapman Simon, Hoover, Arredondo, LeCure Ondrusek, Marshall

9-11

5-0

-

10-1

W, SV

2.2

1

0

0

1

2

0

-

-

-

5-1

 

-

2.0

1

0

0

2

2

0

2-4

-

-

2-2

-

5.1

2

0

0

2

6

0

-

-

-

3-3

 

BS, L

2.2

3

3

3

1

3

1

-

-

-

1-4

W, SV

4.0

1

0

0

1

5

0 Hoover, Arredndo, Chapmn, Marshall

5-9

 

1-1

 

-

1-8

   

-

2.0

2

2

2

1

2

1

 

Arredondo, LeCure Ondrusek, Chapman, Marshall Ondrusek, Simon Chapman, Arredondo

6-10

-

5-6

 

7-3

 

10-13

11-1

0-1

7-6

 

SV

2.2

1

1

1

3

4

0

3-8

3-2

-

1-7

 

-

2.1

4

1

0

0

2

0

45-72

24-5

5-8

14-13

-

2.0

0

0

0

0

3

0

REDS PITCHERS

 

63

SAM LeCURE, rhp

 

Rank fourth in the National League in overall team ERA (3.25)

in

the last 15g are 10-5,

 

Last name is spelled LeCure and is pronounced Leh-CURE

Friday

9g, 0-1-0, 4.63 celebrated his 28th

2.49

(134ip, 37er), dropping ERA from 4.15

in

April went 11-11 and their 3.53 era was

birthday

in

2011, in his first full Major League season made 43 apps for the Reds

 

the lowest team mark for the month of March/April since 2002, when they went 16-9, 3.43.

posted ERAs of 4.79 in his 4 starts and 3.32 in his 39 relief apps.

 
 

Date

Opp

Game

Score L, 1-3 L, 4-6 W, 9-2 L, 1-11 L, 1-2 (10)

 

Dec

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

HR

TP

REDS STARTERS

 

5/2

vs Chi

23

-

2.0

1

-