The Reds are splitting up their squad today for a couple of games on Friday.
Here’s the Reds lineup for the game at Goodyear Ballpark against the White Sox…
Skip Schumaker – 2B
Zack Cozart – SS
Joey Votto – 1B
Jay Bruce – RF
Ryan Ludwick – LF
Brayan Pena – C
Devin Mesoraco – DH
Roger Bernadina – CF
Chris Nelson – 3B
(Mike Leake – RHP)
And here’s the Cincinnati lineup for the game against the Mariners in Peoria…
Billy Hamilton – CF
Jason Bourgeois – DH
Brandon Phillips – 2B
Chris Heisey – RF
Neftali Soto – 1B
Travis Mattair – 3B
Ramon Santiago – SS
Corky Miller – C
Kristopher Negron – LF
(Brett Marshall – RHP)
Our beloved Redlegs square off against the Royals of Kansas City in Surprise! (Surprise, AZ – it’s real)
You’ll be able to listen to the game on the Reds Radio Network (700 WLW in Cincinnati), Reds.com; or you can follow along with the @Reds Twitter account. Should be fun.
Below is the lineup and travel roster for the Cincinnati club…
Our beloved Redlegs battle the Mariners of Seattle (Peoria) in today’s 3:05 pm ET tilt at Goodyear Ballpark.
Alfredo Simon will oppose Erasmo Ramirez. The game will be broadcast on the Reds Radio Network (1360 WSAI in Cincinnati) and on MLB.com. Tune in or follow along with the @Reds Twitter account!
Here’s the Reds roster for today…
It should be noted that Joey Votto wasn’t originally scheduled to play today but he told manager Price that he wanted to be in the lineup; he got his wish.
Our beloved Redlegs take on the Padres today in Peoria at 3:05 PM icy cold time (1:05 PM sunny and warm time).
You’ll be able to catch the game on the Reds Radio Network (700 WLW in Cincinnati) and MLB.com. You can also follow along with the @Reds twitter account.
Here’s today’s lineup and travel roster…
All good things must come to an end. The Reds took an impressive 1-0 Cactus League record into Thursday’s game with the Indians and had eyes on a complete 195-0 undefeated season (including exhibition games). Sadly, it just wasn’t meant to be as the Indians roughed up Cincinnati for 12 runs on 12 hits and 10 walks. The big blow for the Tribe came when young Jake Lowery belted a grand slam in the fifth inning off Reds lefty Ismael Guillon.
Johnny Cueto started for the Redlegs and pitched 2.0 scoreless frames (1h, 2bb, 2k).
The same two teams will square off again Friday at Goodyear Ballpark as Homer Bailey is slated to oppose Josh Tomlin. First pitch at 3:05 pm Cincinnati time (1:05 Goodyear time) and the game can be heard on the Reds Radio Network (1360 WSAI in Cincinnati) and Reds.com.
Below is a time lapse video from today’s game. Enjoy!