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Archive for April 9th, 2019

Reds-Pirates get disciplined by MLB for Sunday’s bench-clearing incident

 

 

 

 

 

 

Three individuals have received suspensions for their roles in the bench-clearing incident between the Cincinnati Reds and the Pittsburgh Pirates during the top of the fourth inning of Sunday’s game at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. Joe Torre, Chief Baseball Officer for Major League Baseball, made the announcement.

Pirates pitcher Chris Archer has received a five-game suspension and an undisclosed fine for intentionally throwing a pitch at Derek Dietrich of the Reds. The suspension of Archer is subject to appeal. If Archer elects to file an appeal, then the discipline issued to him will be held in abeyance until the process is complete.

Reds outfielder Yasiel Puig has received a two-game suspension and an undisclosed fine for his aggressive actions during the incident. Puig will begin to serve his suspension tonight, when the Reds are to host the Miami Marlins at Great American Ball Park.

Reds manager David Bell has received a one-game suspension and an undisclosed fine for his aggressive actions during the incident. Bell’s suspension is to be served tonight.

 

Indians lose Mike Clevinger to major muscle strain; promote Wittgren

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Mike Clevinger 2016 photo By Arturo Pardavila III from Hoboken, NJ, USA, CC BY 2.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

The Cleveland Indians today announced the following transactions relative to the 2019 Major League roster:

Recalled RHP NICK WITTGREN from Triple-A Columbus.

Placed RHP MIKE CLEVINGER on the 10-day Injured List retroactive, to April 8 with a right upper back/Teres major muscle strain.

Wittgren, 27, was acquired via trade from the Miami Marlins on February 4 and made eight relief appearances this spring with Cleveland, posting a 3.86 ERA (9.1IP, 6H, 4R/ER, 1BB, 6SO, .188 avg). He was optioned to AAA Columbus on March 23 and has made two appearances to date with the Clippers (3.86 ERA, 1ER/2.1IP/4SO).

Clevinger left his most recent start after 5.0 innings of work on Sunday, April 7 vs. Toronto. He has not allowed a run over his 12.0 innings pitched over two starts to date. It is his first career trip to the Major League Injured List.

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Indians give manager Terry Francona well deserved contract extension

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Terry Francona in press conference 2016 photo By Arturo Pardavila III from Hoboken, NJ, USA, CC BY 2.0, https commons.wikimedia.org

 

CLEVELAND, OH – The Cleveland Indians announced recently a two-year contract extension for Manager TERRY FRANCONA thru the 2022 season.

Francona, 59, is in his seventh season at the helm, guiding the franchise to the American League’s best record at 547-427 (.562) during his tenure since 2013. “Tito” has led the club to three consecutive American League Central Division titles, captured the American League crown in 2016 and has led Cleveland to four Postseason appearances in six full seasons. He is already sixth in career managerial wins (547) in the 119-year history of the franchise while his .562 career winning pct. is third-best in club history.

The New Brighton, PA native owns an 18-year Major League managerial record of 1576-1342 (.540) with Philadelphia (1997-2000), Boston (2004-11) and Cleveland (2013-19) as his 1576 wins currently rank second among active Major League skippers. He has guided his clubs to a pair of World Series titles (Boston 2004, 2007), 14 consecutive winning seasons, has received BBWAA Manager of the Year votes in nine different seasons and was named A.L. Manager of the Year in both 2013 and 2016. Francona has led his teams to at least 90 wins 10 times in his career, most among active managers and has accomplished the feat in four of his six full seasons with the Indians.

“Simply put, Tito has been a transformational leader, who has not only impacted our Major League clubhouse, but also the entire organization,” said Indians President of Baseball Operations CHRIS ANTONETTI. “Our relationship has been truly collaborative and we are all fortunate to have a future Hall-of-Fame manager guiding our team as we continue to pursue our ultimate goal of bringing a World Series championship to the city of Cleveland.”

—tribe—

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Ft. Wayne rallies from 3-1 deficit to earn 9-5 Monday night win over the Dragons

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY Tom Nichols; COURTESY DAYTON DRAGONS MEDIA RELATIONS

 

 

April 8, 2019

 

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Dayton (R-H-E):  5-8-2

Fort Wayne (R-H-E):  9-12-1

 

Win:  Henry Henry (2-0)

Loss:  Adrian Rodriguez (0-1)

Save:  None

HRDayton: None

HRFort Wayne:  None

 

Fort Wayne, Ind.—The Fort Wayne TinCaps overcame a 3-1 deficit with eight runs over their last three offensive innings as they defeated the Dayton Dragons 9-5 on Monday night in the first game of a three-game series.  The loss dropped the Dragons to 2-3 on the season.

Dragons starting pitcher Lyon Richardson, the Reds second round draft pick in 2018 out of Jensen Beach High School in Florida, pitched well in his Midwest League debut.  Richardson allowed a bases-loaded walk in the first inning, then retired the next 10 Fort Wayne batters.  He left the game after four innings and 73 pitches, allowing one run on two hits with two walks and five strikeouts. Richardson was not involved in the decision.

The Dragons scored two runs in the third inning and one more in the top of the sixth to take a 3-1 lead to the bottom of the sixth inning. But Fort Wayne’s offense came alive as they scored three in the sixth, two in the seventh, and three in the eighth to take a 9-3 lead before the Dragons scored two in the ninth to close out the scoring.

The Dragons trailed 1-0 before taking the lead with two runs in the third.  Reniel Ozuna doubled to start the inning, went to third on Michael Siani’s sacrifice, and scored on an error.  Mariel Baustista’s sacrifice fly brought in Jonathan Willems later in the inning to make it 2-1.  The Dragons scored again in the top of the sixth when Bren Spillane doubled to right and scored on a single by Miguel Hernandez to make it 3-1.

 

Fort Wayne took advantage of several defensive miscues by the Dragons in the bottom of the sixth to score three runs.  The Dragons committed two errors in the inning, had a passed ball that allowed a run to score, and failed to catch a fly ball when an outfielder slipped as he came to a stop and fell to the ground.  The three runs in the sixth gave Fort Wayne a 4-3 lead.  They added to their lead in the seventh with a two-run double by Nick Gatewood to make it 6-3, and then tacked on three runs in the eighth on five hits in the inning.

 

A double by Juan Martinez keyed a two-run ninth for the Dragons.

 

Dayton finished with eight hits by eight different players.  Martinez, Spillane, and Ozuna each had a double.

 

The loss was charged to Dragons reliever Adrian Rodriguez (0-1), who worked one and two-thirds innings, allowing three runs (two earned) on four hits with one walk and four strikeouts.

On the Air:  All Dragons games are broadcast on radio on Fox Sports 980 WONE AM.  Games can be heard on smart phones, iPads, and other mobile devices via the free Dragons Mobile App, or on a computer at wone.com.  Games are also available on HD Radio on 104.7 WTUI HD 2.

 

For Dragons 2019 ticket information, call (937) 228-2287.

 

 

 

Reds announce current Homestand activities vs. Miami Marlins

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Tuesday, April 9, 2019 – Reds vs. Miami Marlins, 6:40 p.m. (Gates open at 5:40 p.m.)

• Dominican Players Ceremony: Reds minor leaguers Emilio Garcia, Raul Hernandez and the family of Jairo Capellán will be honored during pregame ceremonies. Emilio, Raul and Jairo were teammates on the Dominican Summer League Reds last year and involved in a car crash in November that took the life of Capellán. Front office staff from the Dominican Reds team will also be recognized for their assistance following the accident.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019 – Reds vs. Miami Marlins, 6:40 p.m. (Gates open at 5:40 p.m.)

• Ceremonial Pitch: Parris Campbell, Jr., projected first-round NFL draft pick (WR) from The Ohio State University, will throw out a ceremonial first pitch. He was first-team All-Big Ten selection as a senior, leading the Buckeyes with 90 receptions for 1,063 yards (11.8 average) and 12 touchdowns in 14 starts.

Thursday, April 11, 2019 – Reds vs. Miami Marlins, 12:35 p.m. (Gates open at 11:05 a.m.)

• Ceremonial Pitch: Kelly Klein, a professional wrestler and the current Women of Honor World Champion, will throw out a ceremonial first pitch. The Cincinnati area resident won the title for the second time this past Saturday at the G1 Supercard presented by Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling at Madison Square Garden in New York.

• Business Day Special: For $20, fans can purchase a View Level ticket and receive $10 in concession credits. Drop your business card in the container at a Fan Accommodation Station and you could win tickets to the next Business Day Game. Some restrictions apply. Available at reds.com/SkipWork.

• Senior Day: Fans 50 and older may purchase select non-premium tickets at half-price in advance of game day only. Each ticket includes free same-day admission to the Reds Hall of Fame and Museum. Excludes Fioptics District, Upper View Level, Value View and Kroger Bleachers. Some restrictions apply. Available only at reds.com/Seniors.

• Thirsty Thursday: For all Thursday home games, fans can purchase a $30 package that includes a Field Box ticket and a $10 concession credit valid for food and beverages. Available only at reds.com/Thursday.

Reds Hall of Fame & Museum presented by Dinsmore

• Veterans and Kids Free: Thanks to the Sargent Family Foundation, all veterans and active military personnel receive free admission to the recently-renovated Reds Hall of Fame & Museum. Additionally, all children 12 and under receive free admission, thanks to the HCS Foundation. Details at RedsMuseum.org.

Reds Community Fund

• Jackie Robinson Day at the Reds Youth Academy, April 13: For the second year in a row, the Reds Futures High School Showcase will celebrate Jackie Robinson Day by hosting teams from Cincinnati Public Schools at the Reds Youth Academy on April 13. Baseball and softball players from Aiken, Gamble Montessori, Hughes, Oyler, Riverview East, Shroder and Woodward will wear “42” jerseys in honor of Robinson, who would have been 100 years old in 2019. Details at reds.com/HSShowcase.

• Redlegs Run, June 8: Registration is open for the Redlegs Run on Saturday, June 8, benefiting the Reds Community Fund. The 18th annual race will once again start outside Great American Ball Park and conclude with participants crossing the finish line on the warning track inside the ballpark. Races include a 5K, 10K, One Mile Family Run and Gapper’s Kids Fun Run. Sign up now for early bird pricing: reds.com/Run.

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