Last few days have been a little tough on everyone that is a fan of the Reds and the organization. Quite frankly, there haven’t been a whole lot of wins. The big guys in Cincy now own two straight wins after dropping a trio of games in Washington, DC. Maybe some of the guys in the farm system can get on a roll now.
And maybe last night is a sign of things to come…
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W: Corcino (1-4, 7.65) ; L: Morgan (1-2, 3.23)
Considering the train wreck that was Corcino’s last start, he seemingly flipped a switch and got the result he sorely needed.
Next Game: 4/30 v. Lehigh Valley, 11:05 AM ET
Pensacola Blue Wahoos
W: Smith, J (3-2, 5.16) ; L: Jokisch (3-1, 1.84) ; SV: Hayes (1)
W: Hatley (1-0, 2.79) ; L: De La Rosa, W (0-1, 9.64)
Tim Crabbe: 5 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 3 SO
Two great pitching efforts from the Blue Wahoos starters. A shame they were unable to score runs in the second game to reward Crabbe with a W.
Next Game: 5/1 v. Montgomery, 8:00 PM ET
The Blaze had the day off.
Next Game: 4/30 @ San Jose, 10:00 PM ET
W: Cisco (2-1, 3.00) ; L: Love (1-2, 5.40) ; SV: Klimesh (1)
Jeff Gelalich: 2-4
Tanner Rahier drove in a pair of runs with his first home run as a member of the Dragons. Jesse Winker cracked his second of the season and Drew Cisco went 7 innings in getting his second win of the season.
Next Game: 4/30 v. Burlington, 7:00 PM ET
Cincinnati Reds: Recall Donald Lutz from Pensacola
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