i like the lineup but still not sure they can score many runs
2B, Phillips is 8-for-51 with 5 2B
SS, Cozart has never faced Carpenter
1B, Votto is 14-for-35 with a 2B and 2 HR
LF, Ludwick is 2-for-8
RF, Bruce is 6-for-33 with a 3B
3B, Rolen is 9-for-35 with a 2B, 3B and HR
CT, Navarro has never faced Carpenter
CF, Stubbs is 8-for-26 with 2 2B
SP, Latos is 0-for-2
Mat Latos vs Cardinals 6 starts
1-4 with a 10.24 ERA, 1.97 WHIP and .363 BAA lifetime
0-2 with a 9.77 ERA, 1.85 WHIP and .338 BAA in 3 2012 starts
0-3 with a 18.82 ERA, 3.09 WHIP and .464 BAA at Busch Stadium in 3 starts
CF, Jay is 6-for-14 with a 2B
RF, Beltran is 4-for-8 with 3 HR
LF, Holliday is 3-for-14
1B, Craig is 2-for-7 with a HR
CT, Molina is 7-for-15 with 2 2B and a HR
3B, Freese is 3-for-5 with a 2B
2B, Descalso is 1-for-3 with a 2B
SS, Kozma has never faced Latos
SP, Carpenter is 0-for-3
Chris Carpenter vs Reds 23 starts
14-4 with a 2.48 ERA, 0.91 WHIP and .204 BAA lifetime
First 2012 meeting
32-14 with a 2.58 ERA, 1.09 WHIP and .235 BAA at Busch Stadium in 67 starts
Nationals have alot of backups playing tonight so today would be a good day to get the #1 seed
From Mark Sheldon's blog;
*Here are some September/Oct batting averages this season for you:
Stubbs: .159 (10-for-63), 0 HR, 1 RBI
Frazier: .181 (13-for-72), 1 HR, 5 RBIs
Heisey: .182 (10-for-55), 1 HR, 2 RBIs
Phillips: .198 (19-for-96), 3 HR
Rolen: .204 (9-for-44), 1 HR, 5 RBIs
Hanigan: .212 (11-for-52), 0 HR, 4 RBIs
Bruce: .228 (21-for-92), 6 HR, 14 RBIs
*This isn’t the kind of momentum the Reds need going to the postseason. But if good records/statistics don’t mean anything in the playoffs, can the same be said about poor ones?
Guess the player. Since September 1st.
71 Plate appearances. 12 singles. 0 Extra base hits. 5 runs scored. 1 run batted in. 27 strike outs (38%). 100% chance of being in the starting lineup in every postseason game.
Think about that. 1 RBI in a month. That works out to 6 in a season. At that rate he would have to play nearly 17 seasons to get to 100 RBIs. LOL.
A watched plot never thickens.
The Reds team strikeout rate is 23%. Reds are #21 out of 30 teams in pitches seen. Shows poor plate discipline.