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The Reds Have the Worst Bullpen


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Monday in Milwaukee- Reds battle back from a 2 run defecit in the 9th to take a lead going to the Bottom of the 9th. We give up 2 runs without recording an out and lose.

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Wed in Milwaukee- Reds take a lead in the 10th on a Dunn homer, then proceeds to give up a homer to Jenkins to extend the game. In the 13th the Reds take a 1 run lead before giving up 2 runs in the bottom half without recording an out.

 

Tonight. Reds battle back from a 7-2 deficit in the Top of the 9th to force extras, but in the 10th gives up a walkoff single.

 

We scored 19 runs in 3 games, and have nothing to show for it.

 

The bullpen is beyond bad.

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Reds bullpen > Royals bullpen im just guessing :shifty

 

Royals pitching has a 5.76 ERA. Reds pitching has a 4.73 ERA. Not too much ">", are they?

 

P.S: Arguably (or not so arguably) the Royals' #1 pitcher has been hurt since the beginning of the year and has not made a start. And the Royals have won 6 of their last 10. The bullpen has been called upon in each of those last 10 games.

 

So stop guessing.

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Reds bullpen > Royals bullpen im just guessing :shifty

 

Royals pitching has a 5.76 ERA. Reds pitching has a 4.73 ERA. Not too much ">", are they?

 

P.S: Arguably (or not so arguably) the Royals' #1 pitcher has been hurt since the beginning of the year and has not made a start. And the Royals have won 6 of their last 10. The bullpen has been called upon in each of those last 10 games.

 

So stop guessing.

a whole run in ERA is HUGE. And if you are talking about Zach Greinke, he may or may not have been hurt to start the year, then again.... he also decided he didnt want to do baseball for a few months and he left the team to deal with his issues. At one point he said he was going to try out for the PGA tour. I dont remember him being hurt though.

 

Now if you are talking about another pitcher, forgive me... and PS, your all star pitcher is Mark Redman, not Mike :thumbup

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Reds bullpen > Royals bullpen im just guessing :shifty

 

Royals pitching has a 5.76 ERA. Reds pitching has a 4.73 ERA. Not too much ">", are they?

 

P.S: Arguably (or not so arguably) the Royals' #1 pitcher has been hurt since the beginning of the year and has not made a start. And the Royals have won 6 of their last 10. The bullpen has been called upon in each of those last 10 games.

 

So stop guessing.

I did GUESS RIGHT!! and look at what your saying theres a BIG difference buddy Royals might have won their last 6 of 10 but we arent talking about 10 games the stats DONT LIE Reds right now have a better bullpen

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