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Game 48, Road 24 (12-11)
Cincinnati Reds (27-20)
RHP Bronson Arroyo (2-2, 3.22)
at
Pittsburgh Pirates (23-24)
RHP James McDonald (3-2, 2.51)
Monday, May 28, 2012
PNC Park

RED HOTS
National League Central Standings
Team
W
L
Pct.
GB
REDS
27
20
.574
Cardinals
26
22
.542
-1.5
Pirates
23
24
.489
-4.0
Astros
22
25
.468
-5.0
Brewers
19
28
.404
-8.0
Cubs
15
32
.319
-12.0
The Reds are in first place for the fourth straight day

ML Records Beginning April 19
Team
W
L
Pct.
GB
REDS
23
12
.657
Dodgers
23
12
.657
Rays
23
13
.639
-0.5
Orioles
22
14
.611
-2.0
Yankees
20
15
.571
-3.0
ML Team ERAs Beginning April 19
Team
W
L
Pct.
ERA
Rays
23
13
.639
2.87
Angels
20
17
.541
2.97
Dodgers
23
12
.657
3.15
REDS
23
12
.657
3.19
Nationals
19
15
.559
3.33
0.00
According to Elias Sports Bureau, Aroldis
Chapman's 21 apps without an earned
run to begin the season is a franchise
record...John Hudek had owned the
record since 1998, when didn't allow a run
until his 19th appearance.
Reds On The Homestand
Mon vs Atl..... W, 4-1 ........... Leake HR, 8ip, 1r, 6k
Tue vs Atl ......W, 4-3.......Phillips 2hr; Latos 7ip, 2r
Wed vs Atl..... W, 2-1.................Frazier walkoff HR
Thu vs Atl ......W, 6-3........... Mesoraco grand slam
Fri vs Col ...... L, 3-6 .................... Cueto, 4.2ip, 5er
Sat vs Col ..... W, 6-3.........Hoover's 1st career win
Sun vs Col .... W, 7-5........... 9 home runs at GABP
On The Homestand
Bruce ......2-20, 1hr, 3rbi Ludwick ..3-14, 1hr, 4rbi
Cairo ........................0-8 Msoraco.. 2-11, 2hr, 5rbi
Costanzo .................0-5 Phillips ....9-23, 3hr, 8rbi
Cozart .....9-30, 2hr, 3rbi Stubbs ....6-22, 3hr, 3rbi
Frazier ....5-20, 2hr, 5rbi Valdez ....................... 2g
Hanigan ................. 2-11 Votto ..... 11-24, 1hr, 4bb
Heisey.....7-18, 1hr, 3rbi
Arredondo ... 4g, 3ip, 1er Latos.... 2gs, 14.1ip, 7er
Arroyo .... 1gs, 6.2ip, 1er Leake ....2gs, 11.2ip, 4er
Bailey ........ 1gs, 6ip, 2er LeCure........ 2g, 3ip, 1er
Chapman ... 3g, 3.2ip, 0r Marshall ..... 3g, 2.1ip, 0r
Cueto ..... 1gs, 4.2ip, 5er Ondrusek .... 3g, 3ip, 1er
Hoover .......2g, 2.2ip, 0r Simon ........... 1g, 2ip, 0r
1,500
Dusty Baker is 1 of only 4 in Major League
Baseball to produce at least 1,500 hits as
a player and 1,500 wins as a manager:
Player/Manager ........ Hits ....... Victories
DUSTY BAKER....... 1,981 ............. 1,510
Fred Clarke .............. 2,678 ............. 1,602
Lou Piniella .............. 1,705 ............. 1,835
Joe Torre ................. 2,342 ............. 2,326

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15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

All-Time Wins By Managers
Lou Piniella ............................ 1,835
Ralph Houk ............................ 1,619
Jim Leyland ...........................1,611
Fred Clarke, HOF................... 1,602
Tommy Lasorda, HOF ........... 1,599
Dick Williams, HOF ................ 1,571
DUSTY BAKER ........... 1,511-1,387

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

PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS
RHP Bronson Arroyo (2-2, 3.22) vs RHP James McDonald (3-2, 2.51)
RHP Homer Bailey (3-3, 4.19) vs RHP Charlie Morton (2-5, 4.27)
RHP Johnny Cueto (5-2, 2.53) vs RHP A.J. Burnett (2-2, 4.19)
Off day in Houston
RHP Mike Leake (1-5, 5.47) vs TBA
RHP Mat Latos (4-2, 4.58) vs TBA
RHP Bronson Arroyo vs TBA

700 wlw/fso, 1:35et
700 wlw/fso, 7:05et
700 wlw/fso, 7:05et
700 wlw/fso, 8:05et
700 wlw/FOX, 7:15et
700 wlw/fso, 2:05et

TODAY'S GAME: Is Game 1 of a 3-game series vs Danny Hart's Pirates and Game 1 of a 7-day, 6-game road trip
that includes an upcoming off-day in Houston and then a 3-game series at Minute Maid Park...the Reds are coming
off a 6-1 homestand vs the Braves (4-0) and Rockies (2-1) that featured their first 4-game sweep of the Braves in
Cincinnati since 4/9-4/13, 1980 at Riverfront Stadium...following this road trip the Redlegs return to Great American
Ball Park for a 10-day, 9-game homestand vs the Pirates (3g), Tigers (3g) and Indians (3g)...are 16g (10-6) into a
stretch of 20 consecutive games without a day off.
STREAKING: The Reds have won 8 of their last 9g...for the second straight day have a 1.5-game lead, their biggest
since they held the same cushion on 5/17/11...their biggest lead of last year was 2.5g on 4/12...at 27-20 are a seasonhigh 7g over .500...the Reds went 8-1-3 in their previous 12 series (2-1 at Chi, 2-1 vs 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, 2-1 vs Col).
HOMER HAPPY: There were 29 home runs hit during the 7-game homestand completed yesterday (Reds 17, Braves
6, Rockies 6), a new Great American Ball Park record for HR during a homestand of 7 games or fewer and including
a single-game record 9 homers in yesterday's finale (Col 5, Cin 4)...according to Elias Sports Bureau, the previous
GABP record for home runs during a homestand of 7g or fewer was 28 (7g from 8/20-8/26, 2007)...Elias said the record
for HR during a single homestand of any length at GABP is 40 (10g, 7/15-7/24, 2005)...on the homestand completed
yesterday Reds batters produced 4, 3, 1, 2, 0, 3 and 4 homers.
DOT, DOT, DOT....: With yesterday's 7-5 win vs Col the Reds improved to 8-0 on Sundays and 13-3 in the final
games of series...at 3:00 p.m. today, the Reds and Pirates will participate in the National Moment of Remembrance.
THE DRAFT: Next Monday, Major League Baseball's first-year player draft will be broadcast live at 7:00 p.m. ET on
MLB Network and MLB.com...the pre-draft show begins at 6:00...2012 Reds Hall of Fame inductee Sean Casey will
be the club's representative...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...Reds Senior Director of Amateur Scouting Chris Buckley will be available in the Great
American Ball Park press box immediately after the club's first pick...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 50...
the lists of Cin's 2011 draft picks and No. 1 draft picks are on pages 194-195 of the media guide.
DRAFT NOTES: RHP Homer Bailey (2004 by Cin, 7th pick overall), OF Jay Bruce (2005 by Cin, 12th), RHP Mike
Leake (2009 by Cin, 8th), C Devin Mesoraco (2007 by Cin, 15th) and OF Drew Stubbs (2006 by Cin, 8th) are the only
players on the Reds' active roster selected in the first round of the draft...IF Todd Frazier was a supplemental first
round pick (2007 by Cin, 34th)...disabled LHP Bill Bray (2004 by Montreal, 13th) also was a first-rounder...12 players
who appeared for the Reds this season were drafted by the organization, including Bailey, Bruce, Leake, Mesoraco,
Stubbs, Frazier, Bray, SS Zack Cozart (2007, 2nd round), OF Chris Heisey (2006, 17th), RHP Sam Lecure (2005,
4th), RHP Logan Ondrusek (2005, 13th) and 1B Joey Votto (2002, 2nd).
MILESTONES: The 9-4 win on 4/20 at Cubs was the 10,000th victory in the history of the Reds franchise...the 2-1
win 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.
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 (15-9, .625): In 10 seasons and 755 games at GABP the Reds are 388366-1 (.514)...the Reds went 6-1 on their most recent homestand (4-0 vs Atl, 2-1 vs Col)...went 5-2-1 in their previous
8 home series (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, 2-1 vs Col) and
2-1-1 on their 4 homestands (3-3, 5-3, 1-2, 6-1).
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, 2-1 at
NYY)...went 4-2-2 in their previous 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 at NYM, 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 (54): The Reds have spent the following days alone or tied at each position in the National
League Central Division standings: FIRST - 5, SECOND - 36, THIRD - 5, FOURTH - 7, FIFTH - 1 (4/10), SIXTH - 0...for
the fourth consecutive day are alone in first place...have spent 24 days above, 11 days at and 18 days below .500.
REDS at PIRATES: The Reds are 999-1,037 all-time vs the Pirates, including 2-1 this season after finishing 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 48-43
all-time, including 2-1 this season and 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); 7/11-7/14, 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 ASTROS: The Reds are 431-395-1 all-time vs the Astros, including 2-1 this season and 33-16 the
last 4 seasons...have won 30 of the last 43g and 12 of the last 14 series vs Hou.

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

Date
5/27 vs Col
5/26 vs Col
5/25 vs Col
5/24 vs Atl
5/23 vs Atl
5/22 vs Atl
5/21 vs Atl
5/20 at NYY
5/19 at NYY
5/18 at NYY

dec
W
L
W
W
W
W
W
L

Last 10 Starts By Reds Pitchers
ip h r er bb k hr Pitcher
Notes
7.1 5 5 5 0 3 5 Latos
W, 7-5 (9 total HRs)
3.2 9 3 3 1 4 0 Leake
W, 10-3
4.2 11 5 5 2 3 1 Cueto
L, 3-6
6.0 4 2 2 1 6 1 Bailey W, 6-3 (Mesoraco slam)
6.2 4 1 1 2 7 1 Arroyo
W, 2-1
7.0 5 2 2 1 8 1 Latos
W, 4-3
8.0 3 1 1 1 6 1 Leake
W, 4-1 (Leake HR)
7.+ 8 2 2 2 5 1 Cueto
W, 5-2
6.1 7 3 3 1 7 2 Bailey
W, 6-5
7.2 9 4 4 1 4 2 Arroyo
L, 0-4 (2hr in 8th)

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 ........210....... 1st ........ *3rd
IP ........1,345.0....... 1st ..........6th
* Dan Haren 213gs, Derek Lowe 211gs

Last Pitched: Wed vs Atl and in his
300th career start received no decision
in the 2-1 victory (6.2ip, 4h, 1er, 2bb,
7k, 1hr, 107 pitches, 66 strikes)...left
with the score tied, 1-1...allowed only
a home run to Dan Uggla leading off
the fourth inning...Todd Frazier won it
for the Reds with a solo walkoff HR off
Cristhian Martinez.

Red Hots: Is making his 10th start of the season, his 211th start for the
Reds (81-74, 4.10, 1345ip, 613er) and the 301st start of his career...once
was the victim of a blown save...produced 5 quality starts in his 9 apps...
in his 8 starts the Reds went 5-3 and scored 33 runs (4.13 r/g)...since
he was acquired by the Reds in 2006 leads all National League pitchers
with 210 starts and 1,345.0 innings pitched...his 210 starts over the last 7
seasons rank third in the Major Leagues behind Dan Haren (213gs) and
Derek Lowe (211) and his 1,345.0 innings pitched ranks sixth...on 4/25
reached 10.000 years of Major League service time.
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

S ta rt ing Pi tc her
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Arroyo’s 2012 Starts
date
opp.
4/8
vs Mia
4/13
at Wsh
4/19
at StL
4/25
vs SF
April Totals
5/2
vs Chi
5/7
at Mil
5/13^
vs Wsh
5/18
at NYY
5/23
vs Atl
2012 Totals
Major League Totals
Career at GABP
Career at Home
Career on the Road

dec
(bs)
W
-

rec
1-0
1-0
L
1-1
W
2-1
L
2-2
2-2
114-107-1
39-37
55-50-1
59-57-0

era
ip
h
5.68
6.1
10
2.63
7.1
3
2.91
8.0
5
2.70
5.0
9
2.70
26.2
27
3.03
6.0
9
2.75
6.2
6
3.25
5.0
11
3.46
7.2
9
3.22
6.2
4
3.22
58.2
66
4.25 1933.1 1979
3.95 686.1 676
4.20 984.0 1005
4.30 949.1 974

r-er
5-4
3-3
2-1
10-8
3-3
1-1
4-4
4-4
1-1
23-21
1010-913
331-301
517-459
493-454

bb
so
4
1
4
5
1
2
2
15
1
3
1
9
1
6
1
4
2
7
8
44
562 1270
185 472
283 648
279 622

hr
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
8
264
105
141
123

result
W, 6-5
L, 1-2 (13)
W, 6-3
W, 4-2
4g, 4gs
L, 1-3
W, 6-1
W, 9-6
L, 0-4
W, 2-1
9g, 9gs
336g, 300gs
106g, 106gs
170g, 150gs
166g, 150gs

(bs) Victim of blown save, ^ Began after a rain delay of 3:36

Arroyo’s career appearances vs Pirates
date
opp.
5/17/06
at Pit
9/10/06
vs Pit
9/30/06
at Pit
5/26/07
vs Pit
8/28/07/g1 at Pit
4/12/08
at Pit
5/28/08
vs Pit
5/1/09
at Pit
9/24/09
at Pit
4/13/10
at Pit
5/10/10
at Pit
5/26/10
vs Pit
4/15/11
vs Pit
5/18/11
vs Pit
2011 vs Pirates
Career vs Pirates
Career at PNC Park

dec
L
W
L
L
(bs)
W
W
W
L
W
W
L
L

rec
0-1
1-1
1-2
1-3
2-3
3-3
4-3
4-4
5-4
6-4
6-5
6-6
0-2
6-6
7-6

era
6.00
3.86
3.86
5.40
4.65
4.50
4.07
3.42
3.16
3.57
3.34
3.01
3.42
3.65
8.18
3.65
3.92

ip
6.0
8.0
7.0
4.0
6.0
5.0
6.0
8.0
7.0
6.0
7.+
7.2
4.0
7.0
11.0
88.2
108.0

h
9
4
7
7
6
6
3
4
5
5
5
5
9
7
16
82
111

r-er
4-4
2-2
3-3
6-6
1-1
3-2
1-1
1-1
5-5
1-1
5-5
5-5
10-10
37-36
50-47

bb
2
3
4
2
4
3
1
3
1
2
2
2
4
29
37

so
4
7
3
6
3
6
4
4
7
2
3
4
4
8
57
64

hr
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
8
11

result
L, 2-7
W, 4-2
L, 0-3
L, 5-9
L, 2-3
L, 3-4
W, 9-1
W, 4-0
W, 4-1
L, 3-5
W, 2-1
W, 4-0
L, 1-6
L, 0-5
2g, 2gs
14g, 14gs
23g, 16gs

(bs) Victim of blown save
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, 0bb,
Pirates batters vs Arroyo
4k, 82 pitches, 64 strikes)...left trailing, 5-4, but the Reds scored 2 runs
Avg H AB HR
RBI K
Avg H AB HR RBI K
in the ninth off Heath Bell on Jay Bruce’s leadoff HR and Scott Rolen’s
Alvarez
.333 2
6
1
3 2
McGehee
.231 3
13
0
0 2
run-scoring single...took a 4-2 lead into the seventh inning before allowing
Barajas
.000 0
11
0
0 3
McLouth
.158 3
19
2
2 1
3 runs on an RBI-double to Chris Coghlan, an RBI-groundout to Jose
Barmes
.267 4 15
0
0 1
Tabata
.333 2
6
0
0 1
Reyes and an RBI-single to Emilio Bonifacio...4/13 at Wsh and threw 7.1
Jones
.250 4 16
1
1 3
Walker
.375 3
8
1
2 0
shutout innings but was the victim of a blown save in the 13-inning, 2-1
McCutchen
.063 1 16
1
2 3
loss (3h, 1bb, 4k)...left leading, 1-0, but pinch hitter Xavier Nady homered
off Bill Bray to tie it...singled in the third inning off Jordan Zimmerman for the Reds’ first hit and then drove in the game’s first run with a sacrifice fly in the fifth...4/19
at StL and threw a season-high 8.0 innings to earn the 6-3 victory (5h, 3er, 0bb, 5k, 1hr, 90 pitches, 66 strikes)...left leading, 6-3...allowed only a 3-run HR to Matt
Holliday in the sixth inning...retired his last 8 batters...4/25 vs SF and received no decision in the 4-2 victory (5ip, 9h, 2r, 1er, 1bb, 2k, 1hr, 80 pitches, 56 strikes)...left
trailing, 2-0...in the third inning allowed a solo HR to Angel Pagan...in the fourth allowed an unearned run following Drew Stubbs’ fielding error...the Reds scored 4
runs in the bottom of the seventh inning...5/2 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)...left trailing, 3-0...allowed 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...5/7 at Mil and earned the 6-1 victory (6.2ip, 6h, 1er, 1bb, 9k, 1hr, 110 pitches, 73 strikes)...left leading, 5-1, with a pair of runners on base but Logan
Ondrusek stranded both...allowed only a solo HR to Ryan Braun in the first inning...5/13 vs Wsh and after a rain delay of 3 hours, 36 minutes received no decision in
the dramatic 9-6 victory (5ip, 11h, 4er, 1ibb, 6k, 92 pitches, 66 strikes)...left trailing, 4-3...in the second inning allowed a sacrifice fly to Jesus Flores that tied the game
at 1-1...in the third allowed an RBI-double to Roger Bernadina...in the fifth allowed a 2-run double to Danny Espinosa...Reds 1B Joey Votto had 6rbi and became
the first player in Major League history to produce 3 homers and a walkoff grand slam (off Henry Rodriguez)...5/18 at NYY and suffered the 4-0 loss (7.2ip, 9h, 4er,
1bb, 4k, 2hr, 101 pitches, 60 strikes)...left trailing, 4-0...through 7 innings allowed only a run-scoring groundout to Alex Rodriguez, then retired the first 2 batters of
the eighth before allowing a solo HR to Robinson Cano and a 2-run HR to Raul Ibanez...Reds batters produced 4 singles off Andy Pettitte (8ip, 4h), who earned his
first victory since coming out of retirement, and Boone Logan (1ip, 0h).

Tomorrow’s Pitcher: RHP Homer Bailey
Last Pitched: Thu vs Atl and earned the 6-3 win (6ip, 4h, 2er,
1bb, 6k, 1hr, 98 pitches, 61 strikes)...left leading, 5-2, after Devin
Mesoraco’s first career grand slam in the bottom of the sixth inning
erased a 2-1 deficit...with 2 outs in the fifth allowed a single to
pitcher Randall Delgado and a 2-run HR to Michael Bourn...the
victory, coupled with the Cardinals’ loss, moved the Reds into first
place for the first time since 5/18/11.
Red Hots: Tomorrow will make his 10th start of the season and his
first appearance of the year vs the Pirates...at 26 years old already
has made 87 career regular season apps, all starts...produced 7
quality starts in his 9 apps, tied with Johnny Cueto for the staff lead...
once was the victim of a blown save...in his 9 starts the Reds went
5-4 and scored 38 runs (4.22 r/g).
Dot, Dot, Dot....: Was the winning pitcher in the franchise’s 10,000th
victory, a 9-4 win on 4/20 at Chi...on 5/3 vs Cubs participated
in the first game in Major League history in which both starting
pitchers celebrated birthdays, Bailey turned 26 and Chi’s Ryan
Dempster 35.
Young Guns: The ages of the pitchers currently in the Reds’ starting
rotation are 24 (Mike Leake), 24 (Mat Latos), 26 (Homer Bailey), 26
(Johnny Cueto) and 35 (Bronson Arroyo), averaging 27.3 years old.

Bailey’s 2012 Starts
date opp.
dec
4/9
vs StL
L
4/14 at Wsh
L
4/20 at Chi
^W
4/26 vs SF
(bs)
April Totals
5/3
vs Chi
5/8
at Mil
L
5/14 at Atl
5/19 at NYY
W
5/24 vs Atl
W
2012 Totals
Major League Totals
Career at Home/GABP
Career on the Road

rec
0-1
0-2
1-2
1-2
1-3
2-3
3-3
3-3
28-26
15-12
13-14

era
6.35
5.40
3.86
3.60
3.60
3.77
4.93
4.35
4.34
4.19
4.19
4.82
5.02
4.56

ip
5.2
6.0
7.0
6.1
25.0
6.0
3.2
6.2
6.1
6.0
53.2
489.2
268.2
221.0

h
6
7
5
7
25
9
6
6
7
4
57
519
289
230

r-er
4-4
3-3
4-1
3-2
14-10
3-3
6-6
1-1
3-3
2-2
29-25
281-262
157-150
124-112

bb
3
4
2
9
1
3
2
1
1
17
187
109
78

so
5
3
2
6
16
4
4
3
7
6
40
378
228
150

hr
*3
3
*3
2
1
9
61
38
23

result
L, 1-7
L, 1-4
W, 9-4
L, 5-6
4g, 4gs
W, 4-3 (10)
L, 3-8
W, 3-1
W, 6-5
W, 6-3
9g, 9gs
87g, 87gs
47g, 47gs
40g, 40gs

so
4
*8
7
6
9
6
40
16

hr
2
1
3
0

result
W, 4-1
W, 5-3
W, 12-2
W, 6-0
W, 5-0
W, 4-3 (12)
W, 11-8
7g, 7gs
4g, 4gs

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

Bailey’s career appearances vs Pirates
date
opp.
dec
8/23/09
at Pit
W
9/2/09
vs Pit
W
9/23/09
at Pit
W
10/4/09
vs pit
W
5/12/10
at Pit
W, CG
9/10/10
vs Pit
(bs)
8/19/11
at Pit
(bs)
Career vs Pirates
Career at PNC Park

rec
1-0
2-0
3-0
4-0
5-0
5-0
3-0

era
1.29
2.70
2.79
2.13
1.57
1.52
1.94
1.94
2.00

ip
7.0
6.1
6.0
6.0
^9.0
7.0
5.0
46.1
27.0

h
4
7
4
7
4
5
6
37
18

r-er
1-1
3-3
2-2
1-1
3-3
10-10
6-6

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

bb
4
3
3
3
3
16
10

Reds Starters & Relievers

REDS
ON THE MOUND

Starters
Relievers

Bullpen Totals, Etc.

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

1st Batter
Retired
17-23
1-5
18-21
6-11
8-14
13-20
18-23
4-12
85-129

Inherited Runners/
Scored
4-0
3-1
9-0
9-4
1-1
3-0
19-1
3-2
51-9

w-l
15-14
12-6

Saves/
Opps
1-1
0-1
3-4
8-9
2-3
14-18

era
3.92
2.48

g
47
46

Team
Record
12-11
6-3
5-4
1-4
18-3
7-3
4-7
5-5
4-5
4-10
17-3
15-8
1-11
27-20

REDS PITCHERS
Rank fourth in the National League in overall team ERA (3.45)...so far in May have
produced a 3.38era (221ip, 83er)...their ERA of 3.53 in April was the lowest team mark
for the month of March/April since 2002, when they posted a 3.43era.
REDS STARTERS
Rank tenth in the National League in starting staff ERA (3.92)...twice produced a seasonhigh 6 consecutive quality starts (5/2-5/7, 5/19-5/24)...haven't produced more than
6 consecutive quality starts since a 7-start QS streak 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 bullpen ERA (2.48), opponent's BA (.202) and relief
strikeouts (162)...on the homestand that ended yesterday posted a 1.37era (19.2ip,
3er) while converting all 4 save opps...Jose Arredondo (1 save), Aroldis Chapman
(3), Sean Marshall (8) and Logan Ondrusek (2) have recorded saves, the highest total
of Reds pitchers with at least 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 record for 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
23g, 3-1-1, 2.38
In the 6-5 win on 5/19 at NYY retired his only 2 batters and stranded both baserunners
for his first Major League save...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 consecutive
batters and from 5/12-5/21 retired 14 straight...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
5/27
vs Col 47
W, 7-5
1
- 12
5/25
vs Col 45
L, 3-6
1.0
1
1
1
1
2
- 29
5/23
vs Atl
43
W, 2-1
1.1
1
- 23
5/21
vs Atl
41
W, 4-1
0.2
2
1
- 19
5/19
at NYY 40
W, 6-5
SV
0.2
7
54 AROLDIS CHAPMAN, lhp
21g, 4-0-3, 0.00
His fastball is rated by managers the best in the National League...has not allowed an
earned run (21g, 26ip, 7h, 1r, 8bb, 44k)...his 21 apps without an earned run to begin
the season is a franchise record (John Hudek, 18g, 1998)...in his last 4 apps earned
a victory and 3 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 21 apps and 15 times
produced at least 2k...according to Elias, the Major League record for consecutive
relief 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 first run of the season
on a hit, 2 walks, an error and a sacrifice fly...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 at
NYY, 5/22-5/23 vs Atl)...only once in his career has he pitched 3 days in a row (9/99/11, 2010)...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
5/27
vs Col 47
W, 7-5
SV
1.2
1
1
- 25
5/23
vs Atl
43
W, 2-1
W
1.0
2
- 12
5/22
vs Atl
42
W, 4-3
SV
1.0
2
- 18
5/20
at NYY 40
W, 5-2
SV
1.0
1
- 15
5/19
at NYY 39
W, 6-5
1.0
2
- 17
60 J.J. HOOVER, rhp
11g, 1-0-0, 0.75
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...Sat vs Col earned
his first career victory (10-3 win)...didn't allow a hit in any of his last 4 apps (4.2ip, 2bb,
4k)...in the 9-6 win on 5/13 vs Wsh entered the game in the seventh inning and struck
out Ian Desmond to strand a pair of inherited baserunners...in the next inning allowed his
only run of the season...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).

cg sho/sv
ip
h
1
- 284.2 305
- 14-18 138.0 101

Game, Opp
5/27 vs Col
5/26 vs Col
5/25 vs Col
5/24 vs Atl
5/23 vs Atl
5/22 vs Atl
5/21 vs Atl
5/20 at NYY
5/19 at NYY
5/18 at NYY
5/17 at NYM
5/16 at NYM
5/15 at Atl
Date
5/26
5/25
5/17
5/15
5/13

dec
SV
W
SV
W
SV
SV
SV
SV
BS, L
W, SV
-

Opp
vs Col
vs Col
at NYM
at Atl
vs Wsh

ab
r er
1111 137 124
500 40 38

opp

bb so
76 207
57 162

hr avg
40 .275
12 .202

Bullpen's Pitching Lines

ip h
1.2 5.1 1
4.1 2
3.0 3
2.1 0
2.0 1
1.0 0
2.0 0
2.2 4
0.1 0
3.0 5
3.0 1
4.0 4

Game
46
45
37
35
33

r er bb
- - 2
0 0 3
1 1 2
1 1 1
0 0 1
1 1 0
0 0 2
0 0 0
2 2 0
0 0 0
6 5 3
0 0 0
0 0 0

Score
W, 10-3
L, 3-6
L, 4-9
L, 2-6
W, 9-6

k hr
Pitchers
1 Arredondo, Chapman
7 0 Hoover, LeCure, Ondrusek, Marshall
5 Hoover, Simon, Arredondo
1 1
LeCure, Marshall, Ondrusek
2 0
Arredondo, Chapman
3 1
Ondrusek, Chapman
1 0
Arredondo, Marshall
2 0
Marshall, Ondrusek, Chapman
3 0 Ondrsk, Chpman, Mrshall, Arredondo
1 0
Arredondo
4 1
Hoover, Chapman, Ondrusek
4 0
Arredondo, Chapman, Marshall
3 0
Simon, Hoover, Arredondo

Dec
W
-

IP
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0
1.1

H
1

R
1

ER
1

BB
1
1
1

SO
2
1
1
1

HR
-

63 SAM LeCURE, rhp
14g, 0-1-0, 4.19
Last name is spelled LeCure and is pronounced Leh-CURE...in 7 of his 14 apps threw
more than 1.0 inning and 6 times threw 2.0 innings.
Date
Opp
Game
Score
Dec
IP
H
R ER BB SO HR TP
5/26
vs Col 46
W, 10-3
2.0
1
3
- 24
5/24
vs Atl
44
W, 6-3
1.0
1
1
1
1 10
5/13
vs Wsh 33
W, 9-6
1.2
2
1
1
3
1
- 46
5/11
vs Wsh 31
L, 3-7
1.0
1
3
- 18
5/8
at Mil
29
L, 3-8
2.0
3
1
1
4
- 40
51 SEAN MARSHALL, lhp
20g, 1-2-8, 4.24
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...in 253 career relief apps has posted a 2.78era
(236ip, 73er)...on 4/26 vs SF made his 300th career appearance.
Date
Opp
Game
Score
Dec
IP
H
R ER BB SO HR TP
5/26
vs Col 46
W, 10-3
1.0
2
- 15
5/24
vs Atl
44
W, 6-3
1.0
1
- 17
5/21
vs Atl
41
W, 4-1
SV
0.1
6
5/20
at NYY 40
W, 5-2
0.1
1
3
5/19
at NYY 39
W, 6-5
0.1
4
2
2
1
- 20
66 LOGAN ONDRUSEK, rhp
23g, 3-1-2, 2.61
Last name is pronounced on-DREW-seck...has stranded 18-19 inherited baserunners,
including each of his last 14...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 first Major League
save in his 141st career appearance...was Dusty Baker's 1,500th win as a manager...
also saved Thu's 6-3 win vs Atl...in the 9-4 loss at NYM on 5/17 allowed a career-high
5 runs on 4 hits, an intentional walk and Ronny Cedeno's first homer of the season
(3-run)...were Ondrusek's first runs allowed this season...entered that outing with 15.1
scoreless innings, the third-most by any reliever in the Major Leagues who hadn't
allowed a run (Aroldis Chapman 18.1, Oak's Ryan 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
5/26
vs Col 46
W, 10-3
1.0
1
1
- 16
5/24
vs Atl
44
W, 6-3
SV
1.0
2
1
- 14
5/22
vs Atl
42
W, 4-3
1.0
1
1
1
1
1 16
5/20
at NYY 40
W, 5-2
0.2
3
5/19
at NYY 39
W, 6-5
0.2
- 10
31 ALFREDO SIMON, rhp
12g, 0-1-0, 2.04
Last name is pronounced SIGH-mon...in his last 9 apps has posted a 0.63era (14.1ip,
1er)...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 non-drafted 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
5/25
vs Col 45
L, 3-6
2.0
1
2
- 26
5/15
at Atl
35
L, 2-6
2.0
4
1
- 46
5/11
vs Wsh 31
L, 3-7
2.0
3
1
1
3
- 31
5/8
at Mil
29
L, 3-8
1.0
1
8
5/6
at Pit
27
W, 5-0
1.0
2
8

Date
5/4

2012 Complete Games By Reds Pitchers

dec ip
W 9.0

h
7

r er bb
1 1 0

k hr
4 0

Pitcher/Catcher
Cueto/Hanigan

Score (Career #)
W, 6-1 (5th)

REDS WHEN THEY...
Score First: ............................. 18-6
Opponent Scores First............ 9-14
Out-Hit Opp./Even .................. 19-2
Out-Hit By Opponent .............. 8-18
Commit An Error ..................... 14-5
Commit No Errors ................. 13-15

Lead After 7 Innings ............... 17-2
Tied After 7 Innings .................. 6-1
Trail After 7 Innings ................ 4-17
Lead After 8 Innings ............... 20-1
Tied After 8 Innings .................. 4-2
Trail After 8 Innings ................ 3-17

TP
20
17
17
8
22

Hit At Least 1 HR .................... 21-5
Hit No HR ............................... 6-15
Score At Least 3 runs ............. 25-7
Score Fewer Than 3 runs ....... 2-13
Decided in Last At-Bat .............. 8-5
Walkoff Wins & Losses ............. 5-3

Steal At Least 1 Base ............. 11-3
Steal No Bases ..................... 16-17
1-Run Games ........................... 9-6
Extra-Inning Games.................. 2-3
Come-From-Behind Wins .......... 13
Losses After Leading ................... 7

REDS IN THE FIELD
Multi-Hit Games
Player
2
3
4 5
Bruce
11
1
* Cairo
* Costanzo
- Cozart
10 *2
- Frazier
*3
- Hanigan
8
* Harris
- **
Heisey
5 *2
- Leake
1
*
- Ludwick
3
1
- *
Mesoraco *2
- Phillips
12
1
* Rolen
1
- *
Stubbs
8
3
* Valdez
1
* Votto
8
- *3 Totals
72 11
3 0

Tot.
12
0
12
3
8
0
7
1
4
2
13
1
11
1
11
86

* Career highs, ** Career high is 6 hits

Catchers' ERA
Catcher
GS
IP ER ERA
Hanigan
19-9
252.1
83 2.96
Mesoraco 8-11
170.1
79 4.17
Totals 27-20 422.2 162 3.45
Catchers' Caught Stealing %
Catcher
SB
CS
%
Hanigan
13
4
24%
Mesoraco
14
2
13%
Catchers
27
6
18%
(Double Steals
1
-)
(Pickoffs/CS
3)
(PO attempt
0
-)
Inside-The-Park Homers (0)
None ...................................... None
Leadoff Homers (0)
None ...................................... None

Last Home Run
Bruce ..................... 5/27 vs Col, solo
Cairo ........................ 9/21/11 vs Hou
Costanzo ..................................none
Cozart ..................... 5/22 vs Atl, solo
Frazier ................... 5/27 vs Col, solo
Hanigan ................ 5/20 at NYY, solo
Harris ......................... 9/21/11 at StL
Heisey.................. 5/26 vs Col, 3-run
Ludwick.......... 5/26 vs Col, PH 3-run
Mesoraco ............... 5/26 vs Col, solo
Phillips ................. 5/27 vs Col, 3-run
Rolen ...................... 4/26 vs SF, solo
Stubbs .................... 5/24 vs Atl, solo
Valdez........................ 8/26/11 vs Fla
Votto ...................... 5/27 vs Col, solo
Multi-Homer Games (5)
Bruce (2) .......................... 4/8 vs Mia
Votto (3) ........................5/13 vs Wsh
Frazier (2) .....................5/16 at NYM
Stubbs (2) ........................ 5/21 vs Atl
Phillips (2) ........................ 5/22 vs Atl
Walkoff Homers (2)
Votto ......... 5/13 vs Wsh (Rodriguez)
Frazier ............5/23 vs Atl (Martinez)
Homers By Reds Pitchers (1)
Leake ...................5/21 vs Atl (Minor)
Back-To-Back Homers (3)
Bruce & Mesoraco ........ 4/27 vs Hou
Cozart & Stubbs ................ 5/4 at Pit
Leake, Cozart, Stubbs ..... 5/21 vs Atl
Grand Slams (3)
Ludwick........ 4/15 vs Wsh (Detwiler)
Votto ......... 5/13 vs Wsh (Rodriguez)
Mesoraco ..........5/24 vs Atl (Medlen)
Consecutive Games (3 minimum)
Bruce (4g) ......................... 4/26-4/29
Pinch-Hit Homers (1)
Ludwick........5/26 vs Col (Reynolds)

REDS BATTERS
Rank 12th in the National League in team hitting (.242) ...have been shut out just once
all season, on 5/18 at NYY (4-0 loss)...15 times produced at least 10 hits...pinch hitters
rank second in the NL with a .296ba (Mia .308).
32 JAY BRUCE, rf
.255, 11hr, 30rbi, 3sb
Turned 25 years old 2 days before Opening Day...leads the team and ranks among the
National League leaders in HR (11) and RBI (30)...with 111 career home runs leads
all active players under the age of 26...for the week ending 4/29 was National League
Player of the Week (6g, .476, 4hr, 10 RBI, .542obp, 1.143slg).
Date
Opp
Game
Position
AB
R
H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/27
vs Col
47
RF - 5
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
5/26
vs Col
46
RF - 5
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
5/24
vs Atl
44
RF - 5
4
2
5/23
vs Atl
43
RF - 5
4
1
1
43 MIGUEL CAIRO, inf/of
.143, 0hr, 2rbi, 0sb
Since he was reinstated from the 15-day disabled list on 5/7 has made 7 apps as a
pinch hitter (3-7, 2 2b) and 3 starts (5/18 at NYY at DH, Tue vs Atl at 3B, Sat vs Col at
3B)...from 4/17-5/6 was on the DL with a strained left hamstring...needs 64 apps for
1,500 in his career...overall for the Reds has made 5 starts at 3B and 1 start at DH.
Date
Opp
Game
Position
AB
R
H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/26
vs Col
46
3B - 7
2
5/25
vs Col
45
3B
2
1
5/24
vs Atl
44
PH
1
5/22
vs Atl
42
3B - 7
3
25 MIKE COSTANZO, inf
.083, 0hr, 2rbi, 0sb
Media guide bio is on page 207...made his last 5 apps as a pinch hitter (0-5, 5k)...overall
has made 10 apps as a PH and a start at DH on 5/19 at NYY...in the sixth inning of the
6-5 win on 5/19 at NYY singled off Ivan Nova for his first career hit and in the eighth
produced a sac fly to drive in what proved to be the deciding run...in the fifth inning of
the 9-6 win on 5/13 vs Wsh, the 28-year-old made his Major League debut and produced
a sacrifice fly off Edwin Jackson that pulled the Reds to within 4-3...became the second
Reds player this season to make his Major League debut (RHP J.J. Hoover)...was
promoted from Louisville on 5/12, when Scott Rolen went on the disabled list...in 34
apps at Pensacola and Louisville combined to hit .303 (8 2b, 6hr, 24rbi)...was acquired
by the Reds in May 2010 from the Atlantic League.
Date
Opp
Game
Position
AB
R
H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/26
vs Col
46
PH
1
1
5/25
vs Col
45
PH
1
1
5/23
vs Atl
43
PH
1
1
5/22
vs Atl
42
PH
1
1
2 ZACK COZART, ss
.243, 5hr, 12rbi, 1sb
Ranks among the National League rookie leaders in most statistical categories...has
hit safely in 7-8g (10-33, .303, 2 2b, 2hr, 3rbi)...has played in 46 of the team's 47g,
including 42 starts...became the first Reds rookie to start at SS on Opening Day since
Frank Duffy in 1971 (Dave Concepcion did it in 1970).
Date
Opp
Game
Position
AB
R
H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/27
vs Col
47
SS - 1
4
1
1
1
1
5/26
vs Col
46
SS - 1
5
1
1
5/25
vs Col
45
SS - 1
5
1
1
1
5/24
vs Atl
44
SS - 1
4
2
-

21 TODD FRAZIER, inf/of
.263, 5hr, 11rbi, 0sb
Since Scott Rolen was disabled on 5/12 has started at 3B in 14 of the Reds' 16g...in his
15 apps overall since Rolen was disabled list hitting .222 (12-54, 4hr, 8rbi)...in Wed's
2-1 win vs Atl hit his first career walkoff homer (off Cristhian Martinez)...was the third
Reds rookie since 1984 to hit a walkoff homer (Bruce, Stubbs)...in the 6-3 win at NYM
on 5/16 produced his first career 2-homer game (solo off Johan Santana, 2-run off D.J.
Carrasco) and tied his career high with 3rbi...as a pinch hitter is 5-for-6 (2rbi)...in his
first 5 pinch-hit apps RBI-tripled, doubled, singled, RBI-tripled and walked...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 total bases (38), HR (5) and RBI (15).
Date
Opp
Game
Position
AB
R
H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/27
vs Col
47
3B - 7
3
1
1
1
1
5/26
vs Col
46
3B
3
1
5/25
vs Col
45
3B - 7
3
1
1
2
1
5/24
vs Atl
44
3B - 7
3
1
2
1
1
1
1
29 RYAN HANIGAN, c
.309, 1hr, 5rbi, 0sb
In his last 24 apps is hitting .351 (27-77), including an 8-game hitting streak from 4/154/29 that tied his career high...has hit safely in 11-15g (16-45, .356), including five 2-hit
games, and in 21 of his 29 apps overall.
Date
Opp
Game
Position
AB
R
H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/27
vs Col
47
C-8
3
1
1
5/25
vs Col
45
C-8
4
1
5/23
vs Atl
43
C-8
2
1
1
5/22
vs Atl
42
C-8
2
1
28 CHRIS HEISEY, of
.277, 1hr, 10rbi, 1sb
Last name is pronounced HI-zee...in his last 12 apps is hitting .405 (17-42, 4 2b, 1hr,
5rbi), raising BA from .200 and including four 2-hit games and two 3-hit games...has
made 27 starts (21gs in LF, 3gs in CF, 3gs in RF), including 12 of the Reds' last 15g...
is a career .359 hitter as a PH (23-64, 6hr, 20rbi).
Date
Opp
Game
Position
AB
R
H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/26
vs Col
46
LF - 6
3
2
2
1
3
1
5/25
vs Col
45
RF - 5
4
1
5/24
vs Atl
44
LF - 6
4
2
2
1
5/23
vs Atl
43
CF - 2, LF
4
2
1
48 RYAN LUDWICK, of
.208, 5hr, 19rbi, 0sb
In his last 6 starts is hitting .286 (6-21, 1hr, 4rbi)...in the seventh inning of Sat's 10-3
win vs Col produced his fifth career pinch-hit HR, a 3-run shot off Matt Reynolds that
extended the Reds' lead to the final score...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
5/27
vs Col
47
LF - 6
2
1
5/26
vs Col
46
PH
1
1
1
1
3
5/25
vs Col
45
LF - 6
4
1
2
1
1
5/23
vs Atl
43
LF - 6
3
39 DEVIN MESORACO, c
.215, 3hr, 8rbi, 0sb
In his last 2 apps has 2hr and 5rbi...in the sixth inning of Thu's 6-3 win vs Atl erased
the 2-1 deficit with his first career grand slam (off Kris Medlen)...3 times has been used
as a pinch runner.
Date
Opp
Game
Position
AB
R
H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/26
vs Col
46
C-8
4
1
1
1
1
2
5/24
vs Atl
44
C-8
3
1
1
1
4
1
5/21
vs Atl
41
C-8
4
5/19
at NYY 39
C-8
3
1
1
1
- hbp
4 BRANDON PHILLIPS, 2b
.279, 5hr, 23rbi, 1sb
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...in his last 20 apps is hitting
.347 (26-75, 3hr, 5 2b, 14rbi), raising BA from .215...on 4/18 moved into the cleanup
spot in the order (34gs, 38-129, .295, 5hr, 23rbi).
Date
Opp
Game
Position
AB
R
H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/27
vs Col
47
2B - 4
4
1
2
1
3
5/26
vs Col
46
2B - 4
4
2
3
1
2
5/25
vs Col
45
2B - 4
3
1
1
1
1
5/24
vs Atl
44
2B - 4
3
1
1
1
6 DREW STUBBS, of
.240, 6hr, 14rbi, 9sb
The Reds are 22-1 when he scores a run...while batting second in the order is hitting
.287 (35-122, 6 2b, 6hr, 13rbi, 8sb)...leads the team in stolen bases (9).
Date
Opp
Game
Position
AB
R
H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/27
vs Col
47
CF - 2
4
5/26
vs Col
46
CF - 2
4
1
1
1
1
5/25
vs Col
45
CF - 2
3
1
2
5/24
vs Atl
44
CF - 2
4
1
2
1
1
1
15 WILSON VALDEZ, inf/of
.195, 0hr, 2rbi, 0sb
Has played 2B (9g, 2gs), SS (6g, 5gs) and 3B (7g, 1gs)...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
5/24
vs Atl
44
3B
5/21
vs Atl
41
3B
5/20
at NYY 40
3B
5/19
at NYY 39
SS - 9, 3B
4
1
1
2
19 JOEY VOTTO, 1b
.325, 7hr, 29rbi, 3sb
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 doubles (21),
walks (42), extra-base hits (29) and intentional walks (6, tied w/ NYM's David Wright
& SD's Andy Parrino)...in his last 22g is hitting .373 (28-75, 10 2b, 6hr, 14rbi)...in 44 of
his 47 apps reached base safely via hit or walk, including a season-high streak of 28
straight from 4/15-5/17 and an active streak of 9g (12-30, .400, 7bb)...won the National
League's MVP Award in 2010 and finished sixth last season.
Date
Opp
Game
Position
AB
R
H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB
5/27
vs Col
47
1B - 3
4
2
2
1
1
5/26
vs Col
46
1B - 3
3
1
2
2
1
1
5/25
vs Col
45
1B - 3
4
1
4
2
5/24
vs Atl
44
1B - 3
3
1
1
1
-

2012 Highs & Lows

2012 Club Miscellaneous

CLUB MISCELLANEOUS:
Longest Winning Streak ..................................................................................... 6g, 5/19-5/24
Longest Losing Streak ........................................................................................ 3g, 4/12-4/14
Longest Winning Streak - Home......................................................................... 5g, 5/13-5/24
Longest Winning Streak - Road........................................................ 2g, several, 5/19-current
Longest Losing Streak - Home ....................................2g (3x), 4/9-4/10, 4/26-4/27, 5/10-5/11
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 .............................................................3:45, 5/13 vs Wsh
Longest Game - Time - Home - 9.0 innings ................................................3:45, 5/13 vs Wsh
Longest Game - Time - Road - 9.0 innings ................................................ 3:24, 5/17 at NYM
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.................................................2:24, 5/18 at NYY
Largest Winning Margin.........................7 (2x), 4/24 vs SF (9-2 win) & 5/26 vs Col (10-3 win)
Largest Winning Margin - Home ............7 (2x), 4/24 vs SF (9-2 win) & 5/26 vs Col (10-3 win)
Largest Winning Margin - Road ................................................................................5, several
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 .............................................................................................. 7, 27-20
Most Games Under .500 ................................................................................... 4, 4-8 on 4/18
Biggest Comeback to Win ........................................................................................3, several
Biggest Blown Lead In Loss ..................................................4, 5/17 at NYM, led 4-0, lost 9-4
Most Errors - Game ............................................................................................ 3, 4/22 at Chi
Most Double Plays Hit Into - Game .......................................... 4 (2x), 4/18 at StL & 5/5 at Pit
Most Double Plays Turned - Game ......................................3 (2x), 4/10 vs StL & 5/26 vs Col
Highest Attendance - Home ....................................................... 42,956; Opening Day vs Mia
Highest Attendance - Home, Non-Opening Day......................................42,294; 5/12 vs Wsh
Highest Attendance - Road ..................................................................... 45,622; 5/20 at NYY

Reds By Batting Order (27-20)
1. Cozart (16-13), Stubbs (5-2), Phillips (3-3), Heisey (3-0),
Harris (0-2)
2. Stubbs (17-13), Cozart (6-6), Valdez (1-1), Heisey (2-0),
Harris (1-0)
3. Votto (27-20)
4. Phillips (21-13), Rolen (2-6), Ludwick (3-0), Bruce (1-1)
5. Bruce (25-16), Ludwick (0-2), Heisey (1-1), Cairo (0-1), Rolen (1-0)
6. Ludwick (10-5), Heisey (6-7), Rolen (6-7), Frazier (3-1), Cairo (2-0)
7. Frazier (10-5), Heisey (4-3), Stubbs (2-5), Ludwick (2-4),
Harris (2-1), Valdez (2-1), Cairo (2-0), Hanigan (1-0), Bruce (0-1),
Mesoraco (1-0), Costanzo (1-0)
8. Hanigan (18-8), Mesoraco (7-11), Valdez (2-0), Cairo (0-1)
9. Pitchers (25-19), Hanigan (0-1), Valdez (1-0), Cozart (1-0)

TEAM BATTING:
Most Hits - Game............................................................................................. 14, 4/11 vs StL
Most Hits - Inning.......................................................................................... 6, 5/7 at Mil (4th)
Fewest Hits - Game .......................................................................................... 2, 4/14 at Wsh
Most Runs - Game ......................................................................... 10, 5/26 vs Col (10-3 win)
Most Runs - Inning .....................................................................................6, 4/24 vs SF (7th)
Most Doubles - Game..........................................5 (3x), 4/24 vs SF, 5/24 vs Col, 5/26 vs Col
Most Triples - Game .................................................................................................1, several
Most Home Runs - Game ...................................................... 4 (2x), 5/21 vs Atl & 5/27 vs Col
Most Home Runs - Inning ........................................................................... 3, 5/21 vs Atl (4th)
Most Total Bases - Game ................................................ 27, 5/4 at Pit (4 1b, 4 2b, 1 3b, 3hr)
Most Extra-Base Hits - Game ...... 8 (2x), 5/4 at Pit (4 2b, 1 3b, 3hr) & 5/26 vs Col (5 2b, 3hr)
Most LOB - Game............................................................... 13 (2x), 4/11 vs StL & 4/22 at Chi
Most Walks - Game ............................................................................................ 8, 4/22 at Chi
Most Strikeouts - Game .................................................................................. 15, 5/19 at NYY
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 (2x), 4/5 vs Mia & 5/6 at Pit
Most Hits Allowed - Game ..............................................................................16, 5/13 vs Wsh
Most Hits Allowed - Inning ............. 5 (2x), 4/21 at Chi (2nd, Leake) & 5/15 at Atl (3rd, Cueto)
Most Runs Allowed - Game ..............................................................................11, 4/18 at StL
Most Runs Allowed - Inning ..................................................................... 5, 5/17 at NYM (8th)
Most Home Runs Allowed - Game .................................................................... 5, 5/27 vs Col
Most Home Runs Allowed - Inning ......3, 4/9 vs StL (1st, Holliday, Freese, Molina off Bailey)
Fewest Walks Allowed - Game ...................................................................................0, many
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 ....... 17, 5/6 at Pit (tied club record for strikeouts in a 9-inning game)
INDIVIDUAL BATTING:
Most Runs - Game ................................................................................ 4, Votto, 5/13 vs Wsh
Most Hits - Game.............................4 (3x), Votto (3x), 4/11 vs StL, 5/13 vs Wsh, 5/24 vs Col
Most Doubles - Game...............................................................................................2, several
Most Triples - Game .................................................................................................1, several
Most Home Runs - Game ...................................................................... 3, Votto, 5/13 vs Wsh
Most Total Bases - Game .................................................................... 14, Votto, 5/13 vs Wsh
Most RBI - Game ................................................................................... 6, Votto, 5/13 vs Wsh
Most Walks - Game ..........3 (3x), Votto (2x), 4/13 at Wsh & 4/15 at Wsh; Phillips, 5/23 vs Atl
Most Strikeouts - Game ............................................................................................3, several
Most Stolen Bases - Game....................................................................2, Stubbs, 4/20 at Chi
Longest Hitting Streak .............................................................................11g, Bruce, 4/26-5/8
INDIVIDUAL PITCHING:
Fewest Hits - Complete Game ...................................................................7, Cueto, 5/4 at Pit
Most Innings Pitched - Start ....................................................................9.0, Cueto, 5/4 at Pit
Fewest Innings Pitched - Start........................................................... 3.0, Leake, 5/11 vs Wsh
Most Innings Pitched - Relief ....................................................................................2.0, many
Most Hits Allowed .................................................................................11, Cueto, 5/24 vs Col
Most Runs Allowed .................................................................................. 8, Latos, 4/18 at StL
Most Walks - Start ...........................................4 (2x), Bailey, 4/14 at Wsh & Leake, 5/5 at Pit
Most Walks - Relief............................................... 2 (2x), Arredondo, 4/7 vs Mia & 4/9 vs StL
Most Strikeouts - Start .............................................................................. 11, Latos, 5/6 at Pit
Most Strikeouts - Relief ....................................................................5, Chapman, 4/11 vs StL
Most Home Runs Allowed .......................................................................5, Latos, 5/27 vs Col
Longest Winning Streak ...4 (3x), Cueto, 4/5-5/4, Chapman 4/8-current & Latos 4/25-current
Longest Losing Streak ...............................................................................5, Leake, 4/10-5/11
Longest Scoreless Streak................................................................ 19.1, Chapman, 4/5-5/16
Runs By Inning
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12+ Tot.
Opponents 20
17
21
28
25
19
14
20
10
2
1
177
Reds
29
7
13
32
20
16
28
20
22
1
3
191

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

Reds Starts By Position (27-20)
Votto (27-20)
Phillips (24-16), Harris (2-3), Valdez (1-1)
Rolen (9-13), Frazier (12-6), Cairo (4-1), Valdez (1-0),
Harris (1-0)
Cozart (23-19), Valdez (4-1)
Hanigan (19-9), Mesoraco (8-11)
Ludwick (14-11), Heisey (12-9), Frazier (1-0)
Stubbs (24-20), Heisey (3-0)
Bruce (26-18), Heisey (1-2)
Cairo (0-1), Costanzo (1-0), Ludwick (1-0)
Reds By Day (27-20)
Mon (3-1), Tue (2-4), Wed (5-2), Thu (4-3),
Fri (2-5), Sat (3-5), Sun (8-0)
Reds By Month (27-20)
April (11-11), May (16-9), June (0-0), 1st Half (27-20)
July (0-0), August (0-0), Sept/October (0-0), 2nd Half (0-0)
Reds By Series (16) / Game (27-20)
Series: W (9), L (4), Split (3), Sweeps (1), Were Swept (0)
Game: G1 (8-8), G2 (6-10), G3 (11-2), G4 (2-0)
Sweeps: 5/21-5/24 vs Atl (4g)
Swept By:

2012 Disabled List (6 players, 6 appearances)
On
Date
Off ^Games
Player/Injury
DL Eligible
DL Missed
* Ryan Madson (right elbow)
4/4
6/3
27-20
Nick Masset (right shoulder)
4/4
4/10
27-20
Jordan Smith (right elbow)
4/4
4/10 4/17
4-6
Miguel Cairo (left hamstring)
4/17
4/30
5/7
10-7
Bill Bray (left groin)
4/24
5/4
20-11
Scott Rolen (left shoulder)
5/12
5/27
11-5
* 60-day disabled list
^ Team record in games missed

Most Recent Transactions
5/19, acquired from the Cubs cash considerations in exchange for
minor league C Koyie Hill.
5/12, placed on the 15-day disabled list 3B Scott Rolen; selected
from Louisville the contract of IF Mike Costanzo.
5/7, returned from a rehabilitation assignment and reinstated from
the 15-day disabled list IF Miguel Cairo; outrighted to Louisville
IF/OF Willie Harris.
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.

2 0 12 D ay - B y - D ay Res ult s
G Date

Opp.

H-R
D-N W-L Score

Winning
Pitcher

Losing
Pitcher

Cueto, 1-0

Buehrle, 0-1

Save

GA Anncd.
GB
Att.

G Date

Opp.

H-R
D-N W-L Score

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

-0.5

84

7/7

at SD

R-N 10:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

85

7/8

at SD

R-D 4:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

off day
vs Mia

4/6

off day

2

4/7

vs Mia

H-N

L

3-8

Nolasco, 1-0

3

4/8

vs Mia

H-D

W

6-5

4

4/9

vs StL

H-N

L

5

4/10

vs StL

H-N

L

6

4/11

vs StL

H-D

W

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

10

4/15 at Wsh R-D

W

8-5 (11)

Arredondo, 1-0

Clippard, 1-1

4-6

T3

-3.0 25,679

89

7/16

vs Ari

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

W

4-0

T2

1-0

T1 ++0.5 42,956

-0.5

Losing
Pitcher

4/5

H-D

0-0

Winning
Pitcher

4/4
1

StL 4, Mia 1

Rec. Pos.

1-0

2

Latos, 0-1

1-1

T2

-0.5 41,662

Chapman, 1-0

Bell, 0-1

2-1

T2

-0.5 23,539

7/9

All-Star Break

1-7

Westbrook, 1-0

Bailey, 0-1

2-2

T4

-1.5 16,909

7/10

All-Star Game, Kauffman Stadium, Kansas City

1-3

Lohse, 2-0

Leake, 0-1

2-3

5

-2.5

7/11

All-Star Break

4-3

Chapman, 2-0

Rzepczynski, 0-1

3-3

T3

Motte, 2

Marshall, 1

4/16 off day

17,110

-1.5 20,672

7/12 off day

4-6

T2

-3.0

90

7/17

vs Ari

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

11

4/17

at StL

R-N

L

1-2 (10)

Motte, 1-0

LeCure, 0-1

4-7

T3

-4.0 35,562

91

7/18

vs Ari

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

12

4/18

at StL

R-N

L

1-11

Garcia, 2-0

Latos, 0-2

&4-8

T4

*-5.0 35,907

92

7/19

vs Ari

H-D 12:35

13

4/19

at StL

R-D

W

6-3

Arroyo, 1-0

Wainwright, 0-3

5-8

T4

-4.0 40,049

93

7/20

vs Mil

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

14

4/20

at Chi

R-D

W

9-4

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

15

4/21

at Chi

R-D

L

1-6

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

16

4/22

at Chi

R-D

W

4-3

Cueto, 2-0

Lopez, 0-1

7-9

T2

-4.0 35,801

96

7/23 at Hou

R-N 8:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

7-9

3

-3.5

97

7/24 at Hou

R-N 8:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

8-9

3

-2.5 19,051

98

7/25 at Hou

R-N 8:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

2

-2.5

Marshall, 2

Marshall, 3

4/23 off day
17

4/24

vs SF

H-N

W

9-2

Latos, 1-2

Cain, 1-1

18

4/25

vs SF

H-N

W

4-2

Arredondo, 2-0

Hensley, 1-2

Marshall, 4

9-9

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

21

4/28 vs Hou H-D

W

6-0

Cueto, 3-0

Harrell, 1-2

10-11

2

-4.0 32,971

101

7/29

at Col

R-D 3:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

22

4/29 vs Hou H-D

W

6-5

Ondrusek, 1-0

FRodriguez, 0-3

11-11

2

-3.0 31,086

102

7/30

vs SD

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

11-11

2

-3.0

103

7/31

vs SD

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

Postponed by rain, rescheduled as part of 8/18 day/night DH

11-11

2

-3.5

104

8/1

vs SD

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

11-12

2

-4.5 16,868

105

8/2

vs SD

H-D 12:35

12-12

2

-3.5 23,288

106

8/3

vs Pit

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

Marshall, 5

4/30 off day

17,115

7/26 off day

5/1

vs Chi

H-N

23

5/2

vs Chi

H-N

L

1-3

Samardzija, 3-1

Arroyo, 1-1

24

5/3

vs Chi

H-D

W

4-3 (10)

Ondrusek, 2-0

Dolis, 1-2

25

5/4

at Pit

R-N

W

6-1

CUETO, 4-0

Correia, 1-2

13-12

2

-2.5 20,445

107

8/4

vs Pit

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

26

5/5

at Pit

R-N

L

2-3

McDonald, 2-1

Leake, 0-4

Hanrahan, 5 13-13

2

-2.5 33,019

108

8/5

vs Pit

H-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

27

5/6

at Pit

R-D

W

5-0

Latos, 2-2

Morton, 1-3

14-13

2

-2.5 20,042

109

8/6

at Mil

R-N 8:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

28

5/7

at Mil

R-N

W

6-1

Arroyo, 2-1

Estrada, 0-2

15-13

2

-2.5 27,157

110

8/7

at Mil

R-N 8:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

29

5/8

at Mil

R-N

L

3-8

Gallardo, 2-3

Bailey, 1-3

15-14

2

-3.5 28,108

111

8/8

at Mil

R-D 2:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

30

5/9

at Mil

R-D

W

2-1

Chapman, 3-0

Axford, 0-2

16-14

2

-3.5 27,090

112

8/9

at Chi

R-N 8:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

16-14

2

-3.5

113

8/10

at Chi

R-D 2:20

16-15

2

-3.5 37,255

114

8/11

at Chi

R-D 4:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

Arredondo, 2-1 Rodriguez, 8 16-16

2

-3.5 42,294

115

8/12

at Chi

R-D 2:20 FOX Sports Ohio HD

Marmol, 2

Ondrusek, 1

5/10 off day
31

5/11 vs Wsh H-N

L

3-7

Gonzalez, 4-1

32

5/12 vs Wsh H-N

L

1-2

Zimmermann, 2-3

Leake, 0-5

33

5/13 vs Wsh H-D

W

9-6

Marshall, 1-2

Rodriguez, 1-3

34

5/14

at Atl

R-N

W

3-1

Ondrusek, 3-0

Venters, 2-2

35

5/15

at Atl

R-N

L

2-6

Hudson, 2-1

Cueto, 4-1

36

5/16 at NYM R-N

W

6-3

Arredondo, 3-1

Rauch, 3-2

37

5/17 at NYM R-D

L

4-9

Parnell, 1-0

38

5/18 at NYY R-N

L

0-4

39

5/19 at NYY R-D

W

40

5/20 at NYY R-D

41

5/21

vs Atl

42

5/22

vs Atl

43

5/23

44

17-16

2

-2.5 28,361

18-16

2

-1.5 19,697

116

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

18-17

2

-2.5 21,530

117

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

19-17

2

-2.5 22,659

118

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

Ondrusek, 3-1

19-18

2

-2.5 29,943

119

8/17

vs Chi

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

Pettitte, 1-1

Arroyo, 2-2

19-19

2

-2.5 42,015

120

8/18

vs Chi

H-D 1:10

6-5

Bailey, 2-3

Nova, 4-2

Arredondo, 1 20-19

2

-1.5 45,302

121

W

5-2

Cueto, 5-1

Sabathia, 5-2

Chapman, 1

21-19

2

-0.5 45,622

122

8/19

vs Chi

H-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

H-N

W

4-1

Leake, 1-5

Minor, 2-4

Marshall, 8

22-19

2

-0.5 17,606

123

8/20

at Phi

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

H-N

W

4-3

Latos, 3-2

Beachy, 5-2

Chapman, 2

23-19

2

-0.5 26,438

124

8/21

at Phi

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

vs Atl

H-N

W

2-1

Chapman, 4-0

Martinez, 2-1

24-19

2

-0.5

20,411

125

8/22

at Phi

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

5/24

vs Atl

H-N

W

6-3

Bailey, 3-3

Delgado, 2-5

25-19

1

+0.5 23,312

126

8/23

at Phi

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

45

5/25

vs Col

H-N

L

3-6

Friedrich, 2-1

Cueto, 5-2

Betancourt, 8 25-20

1

+0.5 29,597

127

8/24

vs StL

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

46

5/26

vs Col

H-N

W

10-3

Hoover, 1-0

Guthrie, 2-3

26-20

1 ++1.5 35,314

128

8/25

vs StL

H-D 4:05 FOX

47

5/27

vs Col

H-D

W

7-5

Latos, 4-2

Moyer, 2-5

Chapman, 3 #27-20

1 ++1.5 29,368

129

8/26

vs StL

H-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

48

5/28

at Pit

R-D 1:35 FOX Sports Ohio HD

130

8/27

at Ari

R-N 9:40 FOX Sports Ohio HD

49

5/29

at Pit

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

131

8/28

at Ari

R-N 9:40 FOX Sports Ohio HD

50

5/30

at Pit

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

132

8/29

at Ari

R-D 3:40

Marshall, 6
Marshall, 7

Ondrusek, 2

8/13 off day

5/31 off day

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

8/30 off day

51

6/1

at Hou

R-N 8:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

133

8/31 at Hou

R-N 8:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

52

6/2

at Hou

R-N 7:15 FOX

134

9/1

at Hou

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

53

6/3

at Hou

R-D 2:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

135

9/2

at Hou

R-D 2:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

6/4

off day

136

9/3

vs Phi

H-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

54

6/5

vs Pit

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

137

9/4

vs Phi

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

55

6/6

vs Pit

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

138

9/5

vs Phi

H-D 12:35

56

6/7

vs Pit

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

9/6

off day

57

6/8

vs Det

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

139

9/7

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

58

6/9

vs Det

H-D 4:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

140

9/8

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

59

6/10

vs Det

H-D 8:00 ESPN Sunday Night Baseball, ESPN Radio

141

9/9

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

142

9/10

6/11 off day

vs Pit

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

60

6/12

vs Cle

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

143

9/11

vs Pit

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

61

6/13

vs Cle

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

144

9/12

vs Pit

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

62

6/14

vs Cle

H-D 12:35 FOX Sports Ohio HD

63

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

145

9/14

at Mia

R-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

64

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

146

9/15

at Mia

R-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

65

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

147

9/16

at Mia

R-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

66

6/18

at Cle

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

67

6/19

at Cle

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

148

9/18

at Chi

R-N 8:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

68

6/20

at Cle

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

149

9/19

at Chi

R-N 8:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

150

9/20

at Chi

R-D 2:20 FOX Sports Ohio HD

6/21 off day

9/13 off day

9/17 off day

69

6/22

vs Min

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

151

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

70

6/23

vs Min

H-D 4:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

152

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

71

6/24

vs Min

H-D 1:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

153

72

6/25

vs Mil

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

73

6/26

vs Mil

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

154

9/25

vs Mil

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

74

6/27

vs Mil

H-D 12:35 MLB Network backup

155

9/26

vs Mil

H-N 7:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

75

6/28

at SF

R-N 10:15 FOX Sports Ohio HD

156

9/27

vs Mil

H-D 12:35

76

6/29

at SF

R-N 10:15 FOX Sports Ohio HD

157

9/28

at Pit

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

77

6/30

at SF

R-D 4:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

158

9/29

at Pit

R-N 7:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

78

7/1

at SF

R-D 4:05 FOX Sports Ohio HD

159

9/30

at Pit

R-D 1:35 FOX Sports Ohio HD

79

7/2

at LAD

R-N 10:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

160

10/1

at StL

R-N 8:15 FOX Sports Ohio HD

80

7/3

at LAD

R-N 10:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

161

10/2

at StL

R-N 8:15 FOX Sports Ohio HD

81

7/4

at LAD

R-N 9:10 FOX Sports Ohio HD

162

10/3

at StL

R-N 8:15 FOX Sports Ohio HD

9/23 vs LAD H-D 1:10
9/24 off day

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# - Season-high 7g above .500, ++ - Season-high 1.5-game lead
& - Season-high 4g below .500, * - Season-high 5.0g deficit

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