Reds went 6-4 to get back to .500 at 15-15. Reds are 9-8 at home and 6-7 on the road. Reds have 142 runs scored, 165 runs against. 3.5 games behind division leading Cards.
Offense - numbers are up after 14 run outburst against Cubs. OPS is 10th in NL at .729 - with NL average OPS at .736. SLG. is .407, also tenth and above league average of .405. OBP is .318, 13th in NL. BA .253, 11th in NL.
Some good individual stats. Votto at .318 BA and .982 OPS. Hanigan hitting .409 with 1.146 OPS in non-everyday role. Gomes, with only 79 official at bats, leads team in RBIs with 18.
Pitching - 5.36 team ERA is 14th in NL, OPS against is .786, 13th in league with league average OPS against at .736. Starting pitcher ERA is 15th in the league at 5.63. Relief ERA is 5.18, 14th in NL.
Bailey ERA above 7, Harang and Arroyo above 6, Cueto above 5 runs per game. Some of these are coming down, but still results in high team ERA. Leake at 2.94 ERA. Rhodes with outstanding start to season, .75 ERA with 1 run and 4 hits allowed in 12 innings with 13 Ks.
Fielding - Team DER now dead last in the NL. Yet, traditional fielding stats are good with 15 errors, tied for second best in league, and FPCT of .987 tied for third best in league. Opposite of last year when DER was very good and traditional stats lagged. Reds have made 24 DPs, eleventh most in league.