The Good, The Bad, and The Expected surrounding Tony Cingrani’s 2015 season
2015 Reds

The Good, The Bad, and The Expected surrounding Tony Cingrani’s 2015 season

“To get in there in the end, where the heat is and the adrenaline is pumping, I love it. The adrenaline in the later innings is incredible.” — Tony Cingrani to the Houston Chronicle, May 2011. Back in spring training, the Reds announced Tony Cingrani’s matriculation to the bullpen. Understandably, Cingrani was frustrated with the … Continue reading

Did you hear the one about the bullpen? Of course you did, you’re a Reds fan.
Titanic Struggle Recap

Did you hear the one about the bullpen? Of course you did, you’re a Reds fan.

Final  Cincinnati Reds (22-28) 4 10 2 Philadelphia Phillies (20-33) 5 9 1 W: Papelbon (1-0) L: Cingrani (0-2) FanGraphs Win Probability | Box Score The Good –After missing his first start since 2013, Johnny Cueto pitched 6 innings of two-run baseball (only one earned). I was in and out a bit during the early innings (three-year-old bedtime … Continue reading

Come On Now
Titanic Struggle Recap

Come On Now

FINAL R H E Cincinnati Reds (18-24) 1 9 0 Cleveland Indians (19-23) 2 4 0 W: Kluber (2-5) L: Cingrani (0-1) S: Allen (9) FanGraphs Win Probability | Box Score The Good –The sun called Jay Bruce to ask about what it means to be really hot. –Votto and Phillips each had a couple of hits as well. –DeSclafani had … Continue reading