4th be with them

Last week we attempted a Tuesday night game against the Cubs in hit or miss spring weather.


reporting from the edge of reds history.

Lightning show, reds blooper reel, (mostly 90s), and 1$ hotdogs, but no baseball, the sport I played as a child. I must have been too upset to balance the picture…

Bye ballpark. See ya in a couple of weeks.

Reds loss (2-3) the next day, but turned a corner since and are now above ‘.500’ .

And I’m currently referring to my reds pocket schedule…

On the road… May 7th, 2012

Opening game of a series against the Brewers. Reds are shut down offensively first three innings.

“He used 43 pitches to put the Reds down in order each of the first three innings, but unraveled during…

the 4th

Zack Cozart hit his third home run on the first pitch of the inning to tie the score 1-all. Drew Stubbs then hit Estrada’s next pitch off the center field wall for a doubleJoey Votto went into an 0-2 hole, but hit the sixth pitch from Estrada down the right field line for a double, (2nd best hit of the night, Bruce emptied seats), scoring Stubbs and giving the Reds a 2-1 lead.

Brandon Phillips followed with a first-pitch single to right, moving Votto to third.

Bruce then hit a 1-0 pitch deep onto the right-center field concourse, (3-run HR), giving the Reds a 5-1 lead.” – Twin Cities

co-worker says,  “they’re unpredictable. I guess that’s good.”

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