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Indians make roster moves for Sunday’s game against Twins

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The Cleveland Indians today announced the following transactions relative to the Major League roster:

Recalled RHP SHANE BIEBER (#57) & RHP EVAN MARSHALL (#50) from Triple-A Columbus.

Placed RHP CARLOS CARRASCO (right elbow contusion) & LHP TYLER OLSON (left latissimus dorsi strain) on the 10-day Disabled List.

Shane Bieber

Evan Marshall

Bieber, 23, will be making his second Major League start today vs. Minnesota after debuting in Target Field on May 31 (ND, 5.2IP, 8H, 4R/ER, 1BB, 6SO). So far this season between AAA Columbus and AA Akron he has posted a record of 6-1 with a 1.29 ERA in 12 starts (76.2IP, 53H, 11ER, 6BB, 72SO, .191 avg), including a 7-inning, rain-shortened no-hitter on May 25 at AAA Gwinnett (7.0IP, 0H, 0R, 0BB, 7SO). His combined ERA of 1.29 is tops in the organization and 4th-lowest in all of Minor League Baseball. His most recent start came at AAA Louisville on June 12 (W, 7.1IP, 5H, 2R/1ER, 1BB, 5SO).

Marshall, 28, will begin his third stint in the Majors with Cleveland this season (also May 3-19, May 26-June 10), posting no record and a 6.75 ERA across 9 previous relief appearances (6.2IP, 10H, 5R-ER, 0HR, 4BB, 8SO, .345AVG). Seven of the right-hander’s nine outings with the Indians have been scoreless, while he has also held left-handed batters to a .200 avg. and .473 OPS. Marshall has gone 1-0 with a 0.66 ERA over 11 relief appearances for Triple-A Columbus (13.2IP, 13H, 3R/1ER, 1BB, 11SO, .245AVG).

Read more: Cleveland Indians

 

Reds to host Yoga event June 30 at GABP

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Yoga group going through practices & disciplines 2012 photo by Eli Christman via wikipedia commons

 

“Sliding Into Om” On The Field At GABP

 

The annual “Sliding into Om” yoga event presented by St. Elizabeth Healthcare will be held Saturday, June 30 at 8:30 a.m. Sliding into Om features instructors from The Yoga Bar conducting a one-hour yoga session on the outfield grass at Great American Ball Park.

 

Fans have two packages to choose from:

• $15: Includes yoga on the field and a View Level ticket to the Sunday, July 1 Reds vs. Brewers game (1:10 p.m.) with a special recognition to all yogis during the seventh inning stretch

• $25: Includes an exclusive Reds yoga block plus all of the above

 

Registration and check-in start at 7:45 a.m. with the yoga session beginning at 8:30 a.m. on the field.

 

Tickets available at reds.com/yoga.

 

Ages 12 and younger may participate in the yoga event for free if accompanied by a paying adult.

 

Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit The St. Elizabeth Foundation.

 

For more information on groups of 15 or more, please contact Maria Brutz at mbrutz@reds.com or (513) 765-7237.

 

All participants must sign a waiver to participate. Waivers will be sent upon registration or can be found on the event page at reds.com/yoga.

 

Parking is recommended in The Banks Garage. Driving directions are available at BanksParking.com.

 

Read more: Cincinnati Reds

 

Reds Day at Cincinnati Zoo, June 18 to feature Garrett, Hughes & Lorenzen

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Amir Garrett

Jared Hughes

Michael Lorenzen

Reds pitchers Amir Garrett, Michael Lorenzen and Jared Hughes are scheduled to visit the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden on Monday, June 18 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for a Q&A session at the Wings of Wonder Theater.

The Zoo opens at 10 a.m. to the public (9 a.m. for Zoo members) and doors to the Wings of Wonder theater open at 11 a.m. Seats are first come, first serve with the Q&A starting at 11:30 a.m.

Reds mascots will make appearances between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.:
• Gapper: 11 a.m. to Noon
• Mr. Red: Noon to 1 p.m.
• Rosie Red: 1-2 p.m.
• Mr. Redlegs: 2-3 p.m.

Representatives from the Reds will be selling the Fiona the Hippo Bobblehead Ticket Package presented by Skyline Chili, while supplies last:
• This special package includes an exclusive Fiona bobblehead plus your ticket to the Tuesday, June 19th Reds vs. Tigers game at Great American Ball Park (7:10 p.m.)
• Each ticket includes a coupon for a free cheese coney at Skyline with beverage purchase
• $2 from each ticket package sold will be donated to the Cincinnati Zoo
• Fans will pick up the bobblehead at the ballpark on June 19
• Details at Reds.com/Fiona
• June 19th is also Zoo Night at Great American Ball Park with an animal parade around field before the game and animals on display in the Kroger Fan Zone through the first inning.

Read more: Cincinnati Reds

 

Reds announce details of June 16 Luke Bryan concert tonight

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Luke Bryan at the 45th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards 2010 photo By Keith Hinkle, CC BY 2.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

Saturday, June 16 at GABP

 

The Cincinnati Reds and Live Nation would like to remind fans of ballpark policies and procedures in advance of the Luke Bryan “What Makes You Country Tour XL Stadium Sized” concert on Saturday, June 16 at Great American Ball Park.

Sam Hunt will serve as the special guest along with Jon Pardi and openers Morgan Wallen and DJ Rock.

• Ballpark gates open at 4 p.m. with opening acts to begin at approximately 5:30 p.m.
• The show is rain or shine (no umbrellas)
• No carry in items will be permitted including backpacks, large purses, food, beverages, cameras (with detachable lenses), recording equipment, selfie sticks, laser pointers, firearms, or any other type of weapon
• Small purses are permitted but will be inspected prior to entry and at any time that they are in the ballpark
• All guests will be required to go through metal detection prior to entry
• All guests will be required to show a valid government issued ID to purchase alcohol

For the full list of GABP concert policies, visit the Concert Guide at:

https://www.mlb.com/reds/ballpark/information/concert-information-guide

For more information on tickets can be found at Reds.com/LukeBryan.

Parking is recommended in The Banks Garage. Driving directions are available at BanksParking.com.

 

Read more: Cincinnati Reds

 

 

Reds draft Florida Gators 3B Jonathan India in 2018 Draft First Round

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Was 2018 Southeastern Conference Player of the Year

Take University of Florida Infielder Fifth Overall

 

CINCINNATI – Cincinnati Reds Vice President of Amateur Scouting Chris Buckley announced the selection of INF Jonathan India (6’1″, 200), a junior from the University of Florida, with the team’s first pick (5th overall) of the 2018 first-year player draft.

 

Later tonight, the Reds will select their second and third players with overall picks 47 (2nd round) and 72 (competitive balance lottery round B).

 

“We think Jonathan is an extremely exciting athlete who can impact the game in many ways,” said Dick Williams, President of Baseball Operations. “He played very good defense at third base and has the athleticism to play elsewhere. As an accomplished and advanced college hitter, he should move quickly through the minor leagues. We are thrilled to add him to our organization.”

Jonathan India (courtesy U of Florida)

 

India, 21, was named 2018 SEC Player of the Year after batting .365 with 16 HR, 40 RBI and 11 stolen bases in 54 regular season games during his junior year at Florida. The Coral Springs (FL) native led the conference with a .506 on-base percentage and a .730 slugging percentage. He was selected as a semi-finalist for the prestigious Golden Spikes Award and entered the draft rated the fifth-best prospect by Baseball America.

 

This year for the Gators, India played primarily third base but also made several appearances at shortstop. He became just the 12th player in school history to amass in his career 20 or more home runs, 100 or more RBI and 30 or more stolen bases.

 

Read more: Cincinnati Reds

 

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