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54-72, 5th in NL Cent
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How do Reds rank in intangibles?

We all know Billy Hamilton is fast, but where does he rank in terms of baserunning skill? And is Tyler Holt, who has no homers across parts of three MLB seasons, baseball's worst power hitter? Dan Szymborski breaks it down. Ranking "intangible" tools (Insider)

Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

Yu Darvish joined a cool group tonight: Jake Arrieta, Adam Wainwright, Drew Pomeranz, Matt Cain. ... The 5 pitchers to HR vs Reds this year!

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Darvish's first career HR increases Rangers' lead (0:24)
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Is Hamilton MLB's top defensive outfielder?

Billy Hamilton is the fastest player in baseball, and he puts his speed to good use in the outfield (as he demonstrated Tuesday night against the Rangers). Does Keith Law rank him No. 1 with the glove? Best fielding/throwing tools (Insider)

Lineup: Reds (54-71) vs. Rangers (73-53)

  • 1. Billy Hamilton, CF (S)
  • 2. Jose Peraza, SS (R)
  • 3. Joey Votto, 1B (L)
  • 4. Adam Duvall, LF (R)
  • 5. Brandon Phillips, 2B (R)
  • 6. Scott Schebler, RF (L)
  • 7. Eugenio Suarez, 3B (R)
  • 8. Ramon Cabrera, C (S)
  • 9. Tim Adleman, RHP
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Shades of Tom Seaver for Dan Straily

With yet another win on Tuesday, Straily is 6-0 in eight starts since the All-Star break. The only other pitcher in Reds history to go 6-0 or better over his first eight starts after the All-Star break was Seaver in 1977, per the Elias Sports Bureau.

Quite the rebound for the Reds

The Reds beat the Rangers 3-0 one game after getting routed by the Dodgers, 18-9. The last time the Reds allowed no runs in a game after allowing 18 or more runs was in April 1926, the Elias Sports Bureau notes. The Reds lost to the Cubs 18-1 on April 23, 1926 and then beat the Cardinals 4-0 two days later.

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Billy Hamilton has blazing game-changing speed (1:23)
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Griffey in booth for Mariners-Yankees

Newly inducted Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr. will join play-by-play commentator Jon Sciambi and analysts Rick Sutcliffe and Doug Glanville as a guest analyst in the booth for ESPN's entire telecast of the Yankees-Mariners game on Tuesday. 10 p.m. ET on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Is Votto baseball's best contact hitter?

He's clearly baseball's most disciplined hitter, but is Joey Votto also the best when it comes to making hard contact? As for speed, Reds teammate Billy Hamilton is the clear No. 1 in that department, Keith Law writes. Best hitting/speed tools in MLB (Insider)

Stats & Info

Reds' best pitcher is ... Tyler Holt?

At least that was the case on Monday. Called on to pitch the ninth with the Dodgers up 18-8 at the time, Holt, usually an outfielder, became the first Reds pitcher in the game to enjoy a scoreless outing.

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Dodgers rout Reds behind Gonzalez 3 HRs, 8 RBIs

Adrian Gonzalez hit three home runs for the second time in his career as the Los Angeles Dodgers exploded in Cincinnati for seven homers and 18 runs to beat the Reds.

Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

Baseball is awesome. The Dodgers score 18 runs off the Reds' actual pitchers, then go 1-2-3 against OF Tyler Holt. Of course they did!

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Reds hold steady in Power Rankings

Cincinnati is 21-13 since the All-Star break and had won five in a row before Sunday, but it's all too little, too late at this point. In case you missed it, Joey Votto is definitely back. Week 20 Power Rankings

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Duvall has skill with the glove, too

In addition to breaking out in the power department this season, Adam Duvall has been a revelation in left field. With 14 runs saved, Duvall ranks second at the position behind only Starling Marte, who won a Gold Glove last year. Breakout defenders (Insider)

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Finnegan in rare form vs. Dodgers

Brandon Finnegan pitched seven shutout innings of one-hit ball against L.A. on Saturday. The last Reds pitcher younger than Finnegan (23 years, 128 days old as of Saturday) to throw at least seven scoreless innings in a game while allowing no more than one hit was Don Gullett on Oct. 1, 1972, per the Elias Sports Bureau.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs565Tied-17th
Batting Average.24922nd
On Base Percentage.31124th
Slugging Percentage.40519th
Earned Run Average4.9728th
Quality Starts53Tied-23rd
WHIP1.4629th
BAA.26322nd

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