The Cincinnati Reds fell to the Colorado Rockies on Monday afternoon by a score of 6-3. They will play under the lights tonight, taking on the Chicago White Sox at home in Goodyear. The game will begin at 9:05pm ET.

Cincinnati Reds (6-12-5) Starting Lineup:

  1. Nick Senzel – Center Field
  2. Joey Votto – First Base
  3. Matt Kemp – Left Field
  4. Yasiel Puig – Right Field
  5. Scooter Gennett – Second Base
  6. Derek Dietrich – Third Base
  7. Jose Peraza – Shortstop
  8. Tucker Barnhart – Catcher
  9. Lucas Sims – Starting Pitcher

Also scheduled to pitch today for the Cincinnati Reds: Zach Duke, Sal Romano, Cody Reed, Matt Bowman, and Robert Stephenson.

Reserve players on todays roster:

Pitchers

Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders

Chicago White Sox (7-14) Starting Lineup

  1. Leury Garcia – Center Field
  2. Yoan Moncada – Third Base
  3. Jose Abreu – Designated Hitter
  4. Yonder Alonso – First Base
  5. James McCann – Catcher
  6. Daniel Palka – Right Field
  7. Jose Rondon – Left Field
  8. Tim Anderson – Shortstop
  9. Yolmer Sanchez – Second Base
  10. Reynaldo Lopez – Starting Pitcher

Where to Watch/Listen/Follow the games

The game will be live on the Reds on Radio network. In Cincinnati the game will be on 700 WLW. You will be able to watch the game live on Fox Sports Ohio and MLB.tv.

22 Responses

  1. Matt Hendley

    Kemp has batted 3rd in quite a few games. Is this a sign of things to come?

  2. vegastypo

    This just in …. Castillo to start on Opening Day. I guess spring training doesn’t mean much after all.

      • Matt Hendley

        Wood injured, grey ramping up still, but that still leaves 2 without explanation.

  3. Seat101

    That was a nice bunt. The app is calling a scaline strike zone.

  4. Indy Red Man

    Sims has pretty decent stuff, but he’s had a bad spring.

    Senzel with a leadoff double and doesn’t score.

  5. VaRedsFan

    Votto just exited off I-95 onto I-91.
    They should just let him play the whole game so maybe he can get a knock off the mop-up guy.

  6. Seat101

    What happened to the previous comments?

    Brewers are looking to make a big improvement if they sign Craig Kimbrel.

    I don’t think we’ll get a wildcard out of the NL Central.

    • VaRedsFan

      Too bad they didn’t restart the game too

    • Wayne nabors

      I agree,gonna be to much parity i believe,think they will be bunched up,which means no high win totals

  7. Old-school

    Looking at the pirates and cards, abd 4 straight 90 loss seasons, it’s time to ask if the reds did enough in the off season to have a winning bullpen. I don’t think they did. If Iglesias and Garrett aren’t near All stars… This team isnt an 81 win team.

  8. Shchi Cossack

    Nice pick and throw by Peraza. More or that please.

  9. Shchi Cossack

    Ah, now we finally get a look at Stephenson in game action.

    • Shchi Cossack

      Wow, Chris needs a lesson on the DFA process.

      • ToBeDetermined

        I was listening to the game and was working when Stephenson was pitching but, it sounded like he had a pretty good outing. It seemed like he threw strikes.

        that’s going to be interesting. How to keep him around.

  10. Shchi Cossack

    And a really nice AB by Peraza, resulting in an RBI single up the middle under the SS glove. Peraza really stung that pitch. Then Peraza steals 2B to put a runner back in scoring position.

  11. Seat101

    That looks like a passed ball to me

  12. Shchi Cossack

    Now that was a fun game to watch, even if it was a ST game. Both teams were focused on winning and that included the managers.

  13. Chris

    I find it odd how the “Ghost” runner, or whatever he is called, is scored as an earned run on the pitcher, even though he did not allow him to be put on 2nd base, but instead is just placed there. Seems a bit unfair for an extra inning pitcher to have that run charged against him. On that note, I’m not sure how he’d be an unearned run either. Seems when you start making up silly new rules that it should also be cause for a new added stat.

    • matthew hendley

      did a little bit of research. The Run is unearned. The player placed at second is scored as a unattributed Fielding error, (saving the pitcher). Therefore it would not affect the stats