Last night's game had everything, and most importantly, a win for the Reds. Can they do it again tonight?
Brandon Finnegan will be on the mound to try and sort them out. Finny's made two great starts so far in June, and he'll be eager to atone for the 4 runs that he gave up in his last road start in Milwaukee, which was the most he's given up for all year.
Julio Teheran has been the brightest spot of the Braves' rotation, and went 8 innings in his last start in San Diego.
|Reliever||6/9||6/10||6/11||6/12||6/13||5 day totals|
|A.J. Morris||2.0, 36p||2.0 IP, 36 pitches
||1.0, 12p||1.0, 13p||1.0, 12p||1.0, 7p
||4.0 IP, 44 pitches|
|0.0 IP, 0 pitches
||0.0 IP, 0 pitches
||1.0, 30p||1.0, 14p||1.0, 27p
||3.0 IP, 71 pitches
||2.0, 24p||2.0, 36p
||4.0 IP, 60 pitches|
|JC Ramirez||1.0, 15p||2.0, 24p
||3.0 IP, 39 pitches|
||2.0, 26p||2.0 IP, 26 pitches|