Game 52: at COL (UPDATED)

Cozart 6
Hamilton 8
Votto 3
Duvall 7
Bruce 9
Suarez 5
Pacheco 4
Barnhart 2
Moscot 1

*** New lineup. Around 8 pm ET, Brandon Phillips was scratched with a sore left ankle — the same one that has bothered him since Sunday in Milwaukee.

16 Comments

What a shocker…
Cotham on the 15-day DL

Tweet about new guy…
John Fay ‏@johnfayman May 23
#Reds announce they have acquired from the Orioles two international signing bonus slots for RHP Franderlyn Romero.

Who is available from the pen you think? Lamb, Simon?

Now they get homers – when no one’s on base.

Hamilton tonight:
2 ground outs
1 ground base hit
1 walk with bases loaded
If he can keep this up (ball on ground) he
will do just fine.

What a disgrace ! A major house-cleaning should begin today starting with Jockety and including Williams, Price, hitting coaches, pitching coaches, and the conditioning staff. The team is lethargic. Price has less enthusiasm than a wet noodle. Make Riggleman manager, keep Hatcher. Where is Castellini, does he care, why doesn’t speak out ? Do something–maybe swap rosters with Dayton or Pensacola. ENOUGH !

Exactly!

Bob. Tell us how you feel. Amen brother

Unfortunately, the team is playing at a level that is making them unwatchable.

Neb is right. The sad thing is that no one is doing anything about it. When Sparky was inducted into the Reds Hall of Fame he said “you haven’t played major league baseball until you have worn the uniform of the Cincinnati Reds !” He must be spinning in his grave now. How sad that ownership has let this happen. No leadership at any level, no pitching, no fundamentals, spotty hitting, poor attitude–the list goes on and on !

First NL ASG vote update sees 5 Cubs in lead
Chicago infielders and Fowler in starting positions, joined by Harper, Cespedes, Molina
http://m.mlb.com/news/article/181448402/first-nl-all-star-ballot-update
NATIONAL LEAGUE ALL-STAR BALLOTING LEADERS
CATCHER
1. Yadier Molina, Cardinals: 517,825
2. Buster Posey, Giants: 439,239
3. Miguel Montero, Cubs: 286,494
4. Welington Castillo, D-backs: 249,159
5. Wilson Ramos, Nationals: 209,949
FIRST BASE
1. Anthony Rizzo, Cubs: 874,471
2. Brandon Belt, Giants: 271,670
3. Adrian Gonzalez, Dodgers: 253,529
4. Paul Goldschmidt, D-backs: 217,186
5. Lucas Duda, Mets: 153,803
SECOND BASE
1. Ben Zobrist, Cubs: 732,519
2. Daniel Murphy, Nationals: 488,468
3. Neil Walker, Mets: 269,125
4. Joe Panik, Giants: 192,141
5. Josh Harrison, Pirates: 163,314
THIRD BASE
1. Kris Bryant, Cubs: 776,107
2. Nolan Arenado, Rockies: 593,691
3. David Wright, Mets: 190,282
4. Matt Carpenter, Cardinals: 173,997
5. Matt Duffy, Giants: 164,233
SHORTSTOP
1. Addison Russell, Cubs: 544,240
2. Trevor Story, Rockies: 534,290
3. Asdrubal Cabrera, Mets: 247,954
4. Brandon Crawford, Giants: 246,390
5. Zack Cozart, Reds: 231,502
OUTFIELD
1. Bryce Harper, Nationals: 838,599
2. Dexter Fowler, Cubs: 797,160
3. Yoenis Cespedes, Mets: 792,395
4. Jason Heyward, Cubs: 476,595
5. Ryan Braun, Brewers: 448,717
6. Jorge Soler, Cubs: 312,645
7. Andrew McCutchen, Pirates: 306,123
8. Michael Conforto, Mets: 244,073
9. Hunter Pence, Giants: 238,407
10. Starling Marte, Pirates: 217,308
11. Carlos Gonzalez, Rockies: 212,112
12. Giancarlo Stanton, Marlins: 208,067
13. Curtis Granderson, Mets: 191,734
14. Stephen Piscotty, Cardinals: 162,976
15. Angel Pagan, Giants: 155,507

Marion Byrd 162 game drug suspension.

…saw that…didnt have the heart to post it.

…actually wish you didnt. Hoped it would go away; kinda like a dream.

It is what it is. We are a society of pill popping people, if we have a pain grab a pill , if life treats us poorly grab a pill, if we want to step up our physical activity grab a pill. Local coroners in the greater Cincinnati area have pointed out that drugs have become the leading cause of death in some of the counties. Excuse me while I grab a pill for my high blood pressure. It is what it is.

Money is the root of all evil.

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