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Reds lose to Arizona, beat Colorado in split-squad action

Versus Arizona Diamondbacks

Joey Votto and Chris Heisey homered in the Reds’ 13-10 loss. Jay Bruce also starred in the game, with three hits and three RBI’s.

Versus Colorado Rockies

Edgar Renteria belted his first spring training home run of 2011, in leading the Reds to a 10-3 win.


Travis Wood (file photo)

Lefty Travis Wood continued his solid pitching during the spring. In five innings, he allowed one run and four hits, striking out four and walking one. Always a good hitter, Wood hit a two-run homer.

compiled from Cincinnati Reds news

Indians club four homers to defeat Arizona

Travis Buck (file photo)

The Cleveland Indians belted four home runs, two by non-roster invitee Travis Buck in a 7-3 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Jensen Lewis, who has had a very poor spring camp, has lost a chance to win a spot in the Tribe bullpen. The right-hander has cleared waivers and will be outrighted to the Triple-A Columbus Clippers.

Lewis in 5.2 innings has an ERA of 14.29.

compiled from Cleveland Indians news

Chisenhall stars, Carmona bombed in Indians loss to Arizona

Lonnie Chisenhall (file photo)

The one bright spot on the day for the Cleveland Indians was third base prospect Lonnie Chisenhall, who collected hits in his first four at bats. Overall this spring, he is batting .550 (11 for 20). The Indians say they won’t rush him to the big leagues.

As far as the game goes, the Cleveland pitching staff was tattooed by the new-look Arizona Diamondbacks, who won 16-5 with a 22 hit attack.

Fausto Carmona took the loss, allowing six runs in three innings. Corey Kluber and Alex White were no better, allowing four runs each.

compiled from Cleveland Indians news

New MLB disciplinarian is Garagiola Jr.

Joe Garagiola Jr. (Arizona Diamondbacks photo)

Bob Watson’s replacement has been named as Major League Baseball’s disciplinarian.

He is Joe Garagiola Jr.

Watson, who had been in charge of policing players since 2002, retired after the 2010 season.

Garagiola, a former general manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks, was given the new title of senior vice president of standards and on-field operations. He had been senior vice president of baseball operations since 2005.

compiled from MLB news

Sarbaugh back in Columbus for 2011

2010 was a good season for Mike Sarbaugh. He managed the Clippers to the International League championship and the Triple-A National Championship. He then turned around and led the Peoria Javelinas to the runner-up trophy in the Arizona Fall League.

Columbus manager Mike Sarbaugh (Clippers photo)

Earlier this week, the Cleveland Indians, the major league affiliate of the Clippers, announced that Sarbaugh will return to Columbus to lead the team in defending its championships.

Hitting coach Lee May Jr. also will return from the 2010 staff. Charles Nagy, last season’s pitching coach left for the Arizona Diamondbacks in the same capacity, so his spot has been replace by Ruben Niebla, whom Sarbaugh worked with in Akron in 2009.

Info courtesy of the Cleveland Indians and Columbus Clippers

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