Ten and ten. 7-3 on road. 3-7 at home. Yes, that's correct. Offense weak, pitching not bad, defense spotty of late.
Offense - next to last in NL in major stats. OPS (.684), BA (.233), SLG (.370). OBP is third worst in league at .314. Still, OPS of .684 is better than was after ten games (.652).
Votto top hitter on team by far among leaders in NL in BA, RBI, and other categories, but Bruce has shown flashes of late as have Nix, Hernandez and some bench guys. Gonzo at .167, Phillips at .191, and EE at .127 on DL. That's three regulars still below Mendoza line, all from right side of the plate.
Pitching - Team ERA is 4.32 (after ten games was 5.11), now 8th best in NL, a little better than the NL average. BA against is also 8th best in league. Oddly, team is 13th in striking people out and has the 6th most walks. Still, overall, if kept up, pitching shows big improvement over last few years.
Cueto at 2.19 with two recent great outings. Harang at 3.09 and Owings 3.78 solid. Volquez and Arroyo over 6, but both are better than that and V throwing a great game so far in game 21. Weathers and Rhodes still with zero ERAs, Cordero a recent bad outing but has six saves (add one more in game 21). Lincoln at 15.12 ERA and 2.88 WHIP. Needs to get it going.
Fielding - Reds now have 18 errors and a Fielding PCT of .976. Only Washington and St. Louis with worse numbers. After ten games FPCT was .984, so it's quite a bit worse. Three errors each for Dickerson, Votto, EE.
Somebody else can plug in the more sophisticated defensive stats. But Reds have made more than their share of errors of late.
Will continue to try and update as season progresses.