Game 22: at NYM

Cozart 6
De Jesus Jr. 4
Votto 3
Suarez 5
Mesoraco 2
Duvall 9
Schebler 7
Moscot 1
Hamilton 8


I want to see more Holt. The kid was hitting so lets see what he can do.

BAR: Tucker Barnhart’s fast start
Regardless of what happens with his offense, defense has always been and will continue to be Barnhart’s calling card. Barnhart won a Minor League Gold Glove in 2011 and has lived up to that reputation ever since. He’s been average to above-average in his career in pitch framing and throwing out runners, but that doesn’t tell the whole story.

Here’s where the anecdotal comes into play — from the pitchers I’ve talked to, they love throwing to him. That’s not something you can really measure, but having confidence in a catcher’s receiving and game calling is invaluable. It makes a pitcher more confident and hopefully better.

Whats his era and whats the teams won loss record when he plays

Already answered…
Catchers ERA…
2015 – 4.00
2014 – 5.39
2015 – 4.92
2016 – 5.82
2011 – 4.78
2012 – 4.19
2013 – 3.61
2014 – 3.85
2015 – 3.35
2016 – 3.07
By Neb on April 15, 2016 1:20 pm – Reply

Reds youth in action…
Bayfront Ball: Reds’ pipeline runs through Pensacola
“I’ve got five major league players pitching for me, as far as I’m concerned,” Kelly said after Tuesday’s game. “We had seven, but I’ll take my five and go up to the big leagues tomorrow. You can’t beat what they’ve done.”

Cincinnati’s Double-A affiliate is off to its best start in franchise history, leading the Reds organization with a 12-8 record. The Wahoos have won three of their first four series and sit 2.5 games out of first place in the Southern League South Division.

Pensacola made its first playoff appearance in 2015 with the help of marquee prospects Jesse Winker, Robert Stephenson and Cody Reed. Though all three are loudly knocking on the door of Great American Ball Park, the Wahoos have a deep roster with eight of’s top 30 Reds prospects. Pitching is the strength of the club with a murderers’ row comprising the starting rotation. Consensus Top 100 prospect Amir Garrett headlines the group, which includes 2012 first-round selection Nick Travieso, Sal Romano, Jackson Stephens and newcomer Rookie Davis.

Time will tell. We can only hope.

How will this ownership sell tickets this summer?? This team goes from a focused 5-1 team to a overmatched unfocused team that cant beat anybody on the road. The team always plays shorthanded. Its like the Front office is to cheap to play with a full roster or they simply dont care. No leadership from the clubhouse. Its a joke. How can a team learn how to win consistently when losing is all they do and they think this team will be better than 2015???? Good luck with that!

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