Don't look now, but the Reds have won their last 4 games in a row and could very well sweep one of the best teams in the NL this weekend.
They'll need something out of Jon Moscot to do that, though, which could go either way after his last start. Moscot has yet to go 6 innings in a start all year, and gave up a pathetic 7 runs in only 2 innings of work in his last start against the Rockies. The Nats have a better lineup than the Rockies do.
He'll face Tanner Roark, who's been solid all season for Washington. It says a lot that he's holding down a job in this rotation, and has been one of their best starters all season.
|Reliever||5/31||6/1||6/2||6/3||6/4||5 day totals|
|A.J. Morris||2.0, 27p||2.0 IP, 27 pitches
||1.0, 18p||1.0, 15p
||2.0 IP, 33 pitches|
|0.0 IP, 0 pitches
||3.1, 59p||3.1 IP, 59 pitches
||1.0, 14p||1.0, 16p
||2.0 IP, 30 pitches
||1.2, 28p||1.2 IP, 28 pitches|
|JC Ramirez||1.0, 9p||1.0, 15p||2.0 IP, 24 pitches|
||1.0, 12p||1.0 IP, 12 pitches|