The Reds have now cycled through their rotation ten times in 2013. Seems like a good opportunity to bask in the radiance.¬†Key caveat: lots of games against the Marlins, Mets, Phillies, Cubs and Nationals, the bottom five offenses in the NL. But Reds’ starters haven’t lost a game since the Braves beat Mike Leake on […]

The Reds have cycled through their pitching rotation twenty times. Four of the five starters still haven’t missed a turn. Mike Leake was skipped once early in the season. The table below shows how the Reds’ rotation has performed (a) relative to the National League average, (b) in relation to each other, and (c) how […]

The Reds have cycled through their pitching rotation thirteen times. Four of the five starters haven’t missed a game. Mike Leake was skipped once. (We need to acknowledge and be grateful that the Reds starters have been remarkably healthy so far this year.) The table below shows how the Reds’ rotation has performed (a) relative […]

The Reds have played 39 games (20-19) and cycled through the starting rotation eight times. Each pitcher has started eight games, with the exception of Mike Leake who was skipped once. Leake now pitches second in the rotation, after Johnny Cueto. These numbers give an indication of where the Reds’ rotation falls relative to the […]