Game Thread

Reds at Pirates (June 19, 2014)

Dust off those brooms everybody, the Reds are going for their first sweep of the season. The club is flying high after reaching the .500 mark with last night’s win and now look to finish off the Pirates in today’s afternoon tilt in Pittsburgh. Watching this team at full health and full strength has been fun and positive the last week or so. Let’s hope the Reds we’ve seen over the last week are the ones we see today and over the final 90 games of the regular season.

It’s an afternoon game so per Redleg Nation tradition, tell your boss to take a hike because you have a game to watch.*

1. Hamilton CF
2. Fraizer 3B
3. Votto 1B
4. Phillips 2B
5. Bruce RF
6. Ludwick LF
7. Mesoraco C
8. Cozart SS
9. Bailey P

*Telling your boss to take a hike may have consequences. The editors here at RN have done extensive research on this action and doing so may result in: loss of job, loss of income, more time to watch the Reds, more time to comment on our blog, the ability to sleep in, stay up late, more time to impersonate Votto’s swing, more time to pretend you’re faster than Billy Hamilton, and time to dream about hitting a Chapman fastball.

335 thoughts on “Reds at Pirates (June 19, 2014)

  1. I hate waste pitches…no chance of a swing…just tightens the count

  2. Tony throws his hat into the bullpen roulette wheel…he fits right in

  3. This Reds season. Man oh man. Its hard to have the stomach for baseball sometimes. Need a good showing this weekend to get back to .500.

  4. Bad balk, guy doesn’t even try to move out of the way of the HBP, and then a strike that’s called a ball wins it.

    Did the umpires just want to get out of the rain or something?

  5. Honestly, Cingrani belongs in Louisville working on his secondary stuff and staying sharp.

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