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The Reds will get the Giants in the NLDS. But do they "get" the Giants?
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When I said I liked thrilling conclusions, I didn't mean it.
Mike Leake answers the call. Hopefully while he was working out or something.
No official word yet from the Reds, but the internet is atwitter with confirmation that Leake is the man today. [UPDATE] The word is official now. It's Leake.
Despite Homer Bailey following up his No-Hitter with a No-Hit-Bid, the Reds' bats went silent in the potential clinch game...and their gloves failed them late.
And it's also an oblique oblique strain.
Preparing for postseason pandemonium in Porkopolis. Reds look to sweep Giants in the Queen City
No Reds baseball tonight, so here's a re-run.
Reds head back to Cincinnati sitting obese.
Reds 4, Giants 1 (hit).
NLDS Game 2: Reds @ Giants (9:37 EDT). Arroyo vs. Bumgarner? I hardly even know her!
Raise your hand if you thought Cueto, Latos and Bailey would all play in this game, and the Reds would still win.
Cueto exits Game 1 after just one out.
Reds lead 3-1, top of 8.
Collect all 25.
The hour is finally upon us. After two weeks of generally meaningless games, our Cincinnati Reds begin the quest for their sixth World Series championship tonight in San Francisco.
The Giants and Reds look evenly matched, but the Reds are better in the bullpen and in their defense. Will it be enough to topple the Giants' pitching staff?
Ryan Ludwick comes in smelling like a Rose.
NLDS schedule, my predicted starters.
The Reds are likely to get the Giants in the NLDS. But do they "get" the Giants?