Originally Posted by RedlegJake
One thing to keep in perspective about the low scoring games...as a percent of games played the Reds are right on the average for the whole league. Yet they're above average in high scoring games...we are now fully in a pitchers era, imo, and overall this offense is playing pretty well with SS and C hitting poorly, the RF slugger just now showing signs of coming out of his season long slump to date, a cobbled together 3 man platoon in left, Frazier more cold than hot and Votto not yet up to his par power wise. That ain't bad and I think it's going to get a lot better.
It also doesn't help the Reds had half of their games against 4 of the top 5 NL pitching teams.