Originally Posted by vaticanplum
Yes, you're right. I could look this up, but does anybody know offhand how many pitches Latos threw last night?
Going to be interesting to see how the Reds use the bullpen on Tuesday if they go in 2-0 and end up in a tight game that night.
Yes. I don't want to be greedy, but Chapman worked a lot last night (many pitches) so you hope his pitch count can be limited tonight. Don't want him all fatigued for GABP. Also, Broxton is better with some rest, as I understand.