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Reds vs. Phillies, Game 1: Previews and Predictions

Joe Robbins

Philadelphia Phillies

@ Cincinnati Reds

Friday, June 6, 2014
Great American Ball Park

Johnny Cueto v. Cole Hamels


This has been a pretty dismal homestand for Cincinnati thus far, but the weather is fine and the Phillies are next in line. There should be a huge turnout for the games this weekend, so hopefully the Reds will be there too. If they aren't, this season could go downhill pretty quickly.

The Reds have their stopper on the mound tonight in Johnny Cueto, fresh off of 7 1/3 shutout innings in Arizona. On the other side will be Cole Hamels, who after a shaky start to the season, is starting to right the ship. That said, he absolutely kills the Reds, and hasn't lost at GABP in 5 starts (with a 1.64 ERA on top of that).

The lineup tonight is a little weird, with Pena hitting 2nd, Devin getting the night off and Frazier at 1B. No word on what Donald Lutz did to Price's dog.

Go Reds!

Bullpen Log

Reliever 5/31 6/1 6/2 6/3 6/4 5 day totals

Logan Ondrusek

1.0, 6p 1.1, 16p
2.1 IP, 22 pitches
Sam LeCure 0.2, 6p

1.0, 13p
1.2 IP, 19 pitches
J.J. Hoover

2.0, 30p
1.2, 29p 3.2 IP, 59 pitches
Jonathan Broxton 1.0, 20p

1.0 IP, 20 pitches
Manny Parra

1.0, 8p
1.0 IP, 8 pitches
Aroldis Chapman 1.0, 9p

1.0, 13p 2.0 IP, 21 pitches
Sean Marshall

1.1, 33p

1.1 IP, 33 pitches