Tim Adleman gets the ball to help the Reds avoid getting swept in a 4-game series against the Indians. In May. This, is 2016. Adleman was the tough-luck loser in his last start against the Phillies, and if his track record is any indication, he should be able to give the Reds some good innings tonight. Unfortunately, he's only gone more than 5 innings once so far, so this may be another night reliant on the worst bullpen of all time.
Josh Tomlin goes on the other side, who has been solidly good all year so far. This could go down the late innings, which, well... go Reds?
|Reliever||5/14||5/15||5/16||5/17||5/18||5 day totals|
||1.1 IP, 32 pitches
||0.2, 6p||1.0, 33p||0.2, 26p
||2.1 IP, 65 pitches|
||1.0, 29p||0.1, 36p||1.1 IP, 65 pitches
||1.0, 15p||1.2, 32p||1.0, 14p
||3.2 IP, 61 pitches
||1.0, 17p||1.0, 15p||1.0, 12p
||3.0 IP, 44 pitches
||1.0, 13p||1.1, 37p||2.1 IP, 50 pitches|
|JC Ramirez||1.0, 18p||1.0, 16p||1.1, 21p
||3.1 IP, 55 pitches|
||1.0 IP, 23 pitches|