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Reds vs. Dodgers, Game 3: Preview and Predictions

Joe Robbins

Los Angeles Dodgers

@ Cincinnati Reds

Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Great American Ball Park

Johnny Cueto v. Hyun-Jin Ryu


The Reds look absolutely rough at the moment, but it's important to point out that they've been playing a pretty good Dodger team. They have their stopper in Johnny Cueto going tonight, and that's important too.

Cueto's been hit or miss the last few starts, but still matches up as one of the best in the league numbers-wise. His last start was a little rough, and he lost in Los Angeles a few starts ago, giving up 4 runs in 6 1/3 innings.

He'll face Hyun-Jin Ryu, who outdueled Cueto the last time these pitchers met earlier this year. Ryu is also having a pretty stellar season.

Brayan Pena catching is the main oddity from the lineup, with the rest of the guys being who you'd expect there.

Go Reds! They're my favorite team!

Bullpen Log

Reliever 6/6 6/7 6/8 6/9 6/10 5 day totals

Logan Ondrusek 2.0, 33p

2.1, 36p
4.1 IP, 69 pitches
Sam LeCure 0.1, 29p

1.2, 32p 2.0 IP, 61 pitches
J.J. Hoover
1.0, 18p
1.0, 22p 1.0, 11p 3.0 IP, 51 pitches
Jonathan Broxton 0.2, 8p 0.2, 13p

1.1 IP, 21 pitches
Manny Parra 1.0, 14p 0.1, 2p

1.1 IP, 16 pitches
Aroldis Chapman
1.0, 13p 1.0, 16p

1.0 IP, 29 pitches
Sean Marshall

1.0, 12p 1.0, 23p

2.0 IP, 35 pitches