Cincinnati Reds

 

 1  2 3 4 5  6  7  8 9  R  H  E LOB
PHI  2  1  0  0  0  1  0  0  0  4  10  0 9
CIN  0  0  1  0  0  0  0  0  2  3  9  1 7

WP: Hellickson (1-0) LP: Feldman (0-1) SV: Gomez (1)

 

Opening Day has come and gone and The Reds fall short to the Phillies, 4-3. The game began with a leadoff home run by Cesar Hernandez, making the Reds down 1-0. The Phillies added another run off of a 2-out Michael Saunders double, bringing in Maikel Franco Then in the 2nd inning, Scott Feldman gave up a HR to Freddy Galvis, making it 3-0. In the bottom of the third, Cincinnati had the bases loaded with no one out and only got one run out of it. Cincinnati again had the bases loaded in the 5th and again could not capitalize. That was the tale of the tape…The Reds left 7 runners on base. Jeremy Hellickson started the game for the Phillies and had the Reds’ number, allowing 1 run and 6 hits through 5 innings. Philadelphia handed it to their bullpen and up until a Scooter Gennett 9th inning 2 run home run, kept the Reds in check. Cincinnati will look to bounce back Wednesday when Brandon Finnegan goes up against Jerad Eickhoff.

 

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Hey guys, Dylan here. I started this because I said to myself “Why not?” It’s not like I have friends or a life, so let’s spread joy across the world through a sports blog. A lifelong Reds, Buckeyes, and Steelers fan. Also Dez caught it.
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Hey guys, Dylan here. I started this because I said to myself “Why not?” It’s not like I have friends or a life, so let’s spread joy across the world through a sports blog. A lifelong Reds, Buckeyes, and Steelers fan. Also Dez caught it.

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