Cincinnati Reds Game Notes for June 13 against Rockies

(courtesy Cincinnati Reds)

PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS
Sun vs Col: RHP Tony Santillan (ML debut) vs RHP Antonio Senzatela (2-6, 4.62) 700 wlw, bsoh, 1:10et
Mon at Mil: RHP Vladimir Gutierrez (2-1, 2.65) vs LHP Eric Lauer (1-2, 4.82) 700 wlw, bsoh, 8:10et
Tue at Mil: RHP Luis Castillo (2-9, 6.47) vs LHP Brett Anderson (2-4, 4.99) 700 wlw, bsoh, 8:10et
Wed at Mil: RHP Tyler Mahle (6-2, 3.56) vs RHP Freddy Peralta (6-1, 2.25) 700 wlw, bsoh, 2:10et
Thu at SD: LHP Wade Miley (6-4, 2.92) vs TBD 700 wlw, bsoh, 10:10et
Fri at SD: RHP Tony Santillan vs TBD 700 wlw, bsoh, 10:10et
Sat at SD: RHP Vladimir Gutierrez vs TBD 700 wlw, FOX, 7:15et
Sun at SD: RHP Luis Castillo vs TBD 700 wlw, bsoh, mlbn, 4:10et

31-31, HOME 15-16, ROAD 16-15
Sunday, June 13, 2021
Great American Ball Park
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CINCINNATI REDS (31-31) vs
COLORADO ROCKIES (25-40)

ALL-TIME HITS, REDS CAREER

  1. Pete Rose ………………………………. 3,358
  2. Barry Larkin …………………………….. 2,340
  3. Dave Concepcion …………………….. 2,326
  4. Johnny Bench ………………………….. 2,048
  5. Joey Votto ……………………………… 1,936
  6. Tony Perez ……………………………… 1,934

ALL-TIME RBI, REDS CAREER

  1. Johnny Bench ………………………….. 1,376
  2. Tony Perez ……………………………… 1,192
  3. Pete Rose ……………………………….. 1,036
  4. Frank Robinson ……………………….. 1,009
  5. Joey Votto ………………………………… 991
  6. Barry Larkin ……………………………….. 960

2021 MAJOR LEAGUE DEBUTS, STARTING PITCHERS
Player W/L IP H R BB K
Kohei Arihara, Tex – 5.0 6 3 0 1
Brent Honeywell Jr., TB – 2.0 0 0 0 2
Shane McClanahan, TB – 4.0 5 2 0 5
Edwin Uceta, LAD L 2.0 4 2 1 2
Alec Bettinger, Mil L 4.0 11 11 2 0
Daniel Lynce, KC – 4.2 4 3 4 3
Cody Poteet, Mia W 5.0 4 2 0 6
Logan Gilbert, Sea L 4.0 5 4 0 5
Bailey Ober, Min – 4.0 5 4 1 4
Tyler Ivey, Hou – 4.2 6 4 1 3
Vladimir Gutierrez, Cin L 5.0 2 1 2 3
Elijah Morgan, Cle L 2.2 8 6 2 1
Alek Manoah, Tor W 6.0 2 0 2 7
Jackson Kowar, KC L 0.2 3 4 2 0
Zach Thompson, Mia L 3.0 4 2 1 1

STREAKING
The Reds have won 9 of their last 12 games
since 5/29, when they were 6 games under
.500 (22-28) and 7.0 games out of first place,
both season highs…after yesterday’s win
evened their record at .500 (31-31) for the first
time since they were 19-19 on 5/16…haven’t
been above .500 since they were 9-8 on 4/21…
this 9-3 streak includes their first 4-game
series sweep in St. Louis since May 1990.

NATIONAL LEAGUE LEADERS
Nick Castellanos Jesse Winker
1st, .362 * ……………. BA ………… ^ .339, 2nd
T11th, 13 …………….. HR ……………….. 17, 3rd
T15th, 36 …………….. RBI …………….. 38, 12th
1st, .418 ^ …………… OBP …………… .412, 3rd
1st, .638 ^ …………… SLG ………….. .628, 2nd
1st, 1.056 ^ …………. OPS ………… 1.041, 2nd
1st, 83 * ………………… H ………………… 74, 4th
1st, 36 * ……………… XBH ……………. 28, T6th
1st, 146 ^ ……………… TB …………….. 137, 2nd

  • Leads Major Leagues, ^ 2nd in Major Leagues

MLB’S LONGEST HITTING STREAKS IN 2021
Nick Castellanos, Cin .. 21g ……… 5/12 – 6/5
Jose Altuve, Hou ……….. 17g ……… 5/5 – 5/23
Pavin Smith, Ari …………. 14g ……… 5/20 – 6/3
Adam Frazier, Pit ……….. 13g …. 5/27 – active
Kris Bryant, Chc …………. 13g ……. 5/17 – 5/31
Jesse Winker, Cin …….. 12g ……. 4/14 – 4/27
Several players ………….. 12g …………………..-

HIGHEST BATTING AVERAGE IN MAY, REDS ALL-TIME
Nick Castellanos …….. 2021 …………….. .409
Jake Daubert …………… 1922 …………….. .408
Vada Pinson ……………. 1961 …………….. .406
Scooter Gennett ………. 2008 …………….. .398
Courtesy Bally Sports Ohio, minimum 75 plate apps

NATIONAL LEAGUE RANKINGS, REDS CATCHERS
Runs ………… T3rd 2B……….. 1st ML SLG ……….. 3rd
Hits ……………. 1st Hitting …. 1st ML OBP ……….. 3rd

MAJOR LEAGUE HOME RUN LEADERS, 2018-2021
Suárez ………. 111 Cruz ……….. 106 Martinez ….. 99
Trout ………… 109 Acuña Jr. …. 99 Arenado ….. 99

MAJOR LEAGUE HOME RUN LEADERS SINCE 8/1/19
Suárez ……. 48 Alonso ………. 45 Castellanos .. 43
Acuña Jr. .. 48 Olson ………… 44 Cruz …………… 43

WORLD SERIES CHAMPIONS: 1919, 1940, 1975, 1976, 1990 NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS: 1919, 1939, 1940, 1961, 1970, 1972, 1975, 1976, 1990

TODAY’S GAME: Is Game 3 (2-0) of a 3-game series vs Shelby Cravens’
Rockies and Game 6 (3-2) of a 6-game homestand that included a 2-1
series loss to the Brewers…tomorrow night at American Family Field,
the Reds will begin a 9-game road trip to Mil (3g), SD (4g) and Min (2g)
before returning to Great American Ball Park for their final homestand of
the season’s first half (4g vs Atl, 1g vs Phi, 3g vs SD, 3g vs Cubs).

TRANSACTIONS: The Reds today returned from a rehabilitation
assignment and reinstated from the 60-day injured list OF Aristides
Aquino (left hamate fracture), optioned to Louisville OF Mark Payton
and transferred to the 60-day injured list CF/IF Nick Senzel (left knee
inflammation)…Aquino made 6 apps for the Bats, including 4 starts in
RF, 1 start in CF and 1 start at DH (5-19, .263, 2 2b, 1hr, 5rbi, 8bb, 1k, 5r,
.481obp, .526slg, 1.008ops)…he hasn’t played for the Reds since 4/13…3
days later had surgery to remove the hamate in his left hand…Senzel has
been on the IL since 5/21.

SERIES NOTES: The Reds and Rockies are meeting for the second and
final time of the regular season…the teams split the 4-game series in May
at Coors Field…this afternoon the Reds are looking for their first series
sweep of the Rockies since 7/27-7/29 at Coors Field (3g) and their first
sweep in Cincinnati since 7/13-7/16, 2006.

BREWERS UP NEXT: Beginning tomorrow night at Mil’s American
Family Field, the Reds and Brewers will finish a stretch over which they
will play 6 times in 9 days…the Reds suffered 2-1 series losses in the
teams’ previous meetings this season.

GOOD CHANCE FOR A HOMER TODAY…: Neither team homered in
yesterday’s 10-3 Reds win…only 5 times in the ballpark’s 1,435-game
history were there streaks of at least 2 straight games without a home
run by either team: 8/6-8/7, 2005 vs Fla (2g), 4/5-4/6, 2011 vs Hou (2g),
9/12/12 vs Pit & 9/21/12 vs LAD (2g), 7/25-7/27, 2014 vs Wsh (3g) and
3/31/19 vs Pit & 4/1/19 vs Mil (2g).

DOT, DOT, DOT…: The Reds went 8-8-4 in their 20 completed series,
including 4-4-2 at GABP and 4-4-2 on the road…have 2 series sweep
win (3g vs Pit, 4g at StL) and 3 series sweep losses (3g vs Ari, 3g at
StL, 4g vs SF)…are 2-21 when recording fewer hits than the opponent,
their only wins an 8-7 victory on 6/6 at StL and Wed’s 7-3 win vs Mil…are
26-19 when hitting at least 1 HR, 18-9 when hitting at least 2 HR and 5-12
when they don’t homer…the game time on Thu at SD has been changed
to 8:40et (from 10:10et) to accommodate “San Diego’s Opening Day”
ceremonies and a post-game fireworks show as the Padres celebrate Petco Park’s first game back at full capacity…minor
league SS Jose Garcia has changed his last name to Barrero in honor of his mother, who died in May…Barrero appeared
in 24 games for the Reds last season.

FIRST SACKERS: The Reds have used 9 players at first base, including Joey Votto (35g, 34gs), Alex Blandino (17g,
8gs), Tyler Stephenson (13g, 11gs), Mike Moustakas (9g, 7gs), Kyle Farmer (5g, 2gs), Mike Freeman (4g, 1gs), Max
Schrock (2g), Scott Heineman (1g) and Tucker Barnhart (1g)…the Reds used 9 first basemen as recently as 2019
(Aristides Aquino, Barnhart, Blandino, Curt Casali, Derek Dietrich, Farmer, Brian O’Grady, Josh VanMeter, Votto).

YOUNG GUNS: The Reds have used 9 rookie players so far this season, including IF Jonathan India (52g), C Tyler
Stephenson (49g), OF Mark Payton (24g), RHP Ryan Hendrix (19g), IF Max Schrock (12g), RHP José De León (9g),
RHP Art Warren (4g), RHP Ashton Goudeau (4g) and RHP Vladimir Gutierrez (3gs).

BONUS BASEBALL: The Redlegs have played 9 extra-inning games (7-2), including eight 10-inning games before the
12-inning, 6-5 win on 5/15 at Coors Field…the Reds won their last 5 extra-inning games…scored the runner on second
base in 10 of the 11 extra innings while outscoring opponents, 19-14…in extra innings, the Reds are hitting .425 while posting a staff ERA of 8.18.

ONE / TWO PUNCH: Reds batters in the leadoff and No.
2 positions in the starting lineup combine to lead the Major
Leagues in batting average (.311), on-base percentage (.381),
slugging percentage (.588), hits (167), HR (38), runs (95),
RBI (92), extra-base hits (65) and total bases (310)…Jesse
Winker leads the club with 27 starts batting leadoff, while Nick
Castellanos has 32 starts batting second…the Reds are 10-14
in the 24 games in which Winker leads off and Castellano hits
behind him…Winker and Castellanos haven’t hit in the top 2
spots of the Reds’ lineup since 5/28 at Cubs, the only instance
in the last 17 games.

REDS HOF INDUCTION: Marty Brennaman, who spent 46 years
in the Reds on Radio booth, will become the first broadcaster
inducted into the Reds Hall of Fame during ceremonies on
Fri, 8/27…the event will include an alumni softball game…
former players scheduled to attend the festivities include Johnny
Bench, Tom Browning, Sean Casey, Norm Charlton, David
Concepción, Zack Cozart, Eric Davis, Rob Dibble, Adam
Dunn, Rawly Eastwick, Doug Flynn, George Foster, Barry
Larkin, Hal Morris, Dave Parker, John Riedling, Jose Rijo,
Arthur Rhodes, Pete Rose, Chris Sabo, Mario Soto, Brett
Tomko, Greg Vaughn, David Weathers, Scott Williamson,
Herm Winningham and Dmitri Young.

Today’s Pitcher – #64 Tony Santillan, RHP

Tony Santillan

RED HOTS

• Last name is pronounced SAN-tee-yan.
• This afternoon is making his Major League debut at age 24 years, 59 days.
• Is the fourth Reds player to make his Major League debut this season (2B Jonathan India, RHP Ryan Hendrix, RHP Vladimir Gutierrez) and the 10th rookie to
appear in a game for the Reds (India, Hendrix, Gutierrez, IF Max Schrock, OF Mark Payton, C Tyler Stephenson, RHP José De León, RHP Art Warren, RHP
Ashton Goudeau).
• Yesterday was recalled from Class AAA Louisville (6gs, 1-3, 2.51, 32.1ip, 23h, 12bb, 45k, 5hr, .193oba, 1.08whip).
• Spent the 2020 season at the alternate training site as part of the Reds’ 60-player pool roster.
• Last year was a member of the 40-player Postseason roster and traveled with the team to the final road trip of the regular season, a 3-game series at Min, and to the Wild Card Series at Atl.
• Did not make an appearance on the active roster during the regular season or Postseason.
• Began the 2021 season rated by Baseball America the ninth-best prospect in the organization.
• In 2018 was the Reds’ Minor League Pitcher of the Year.
• From 2016-2018 was an All-Star at 3 different levels (Pioneer League in 2016, Midwest League in 2017, Florida State League in 2018).
• Following the 2017 season, his changeup was rated by Baseball America the best in the organization.
• Following the 2016 season, his fastball was rated by Baseball America the best in the organization.

SANTILLAN’S STARTS FOR LOUISVILLE
DATE TEAM OPP RESULT DEC ERA BAA GS CG BFP IP H R ER BB SO HR HBP PT
5/5/2021 LOU COL L, 1-2 – 0.00 .188 1 0 16 4.0 3 1 0 0 7 0 0 64
5/12/2021 LOU @GWN L, 0-5 L (0-1) 1.13 .194 1 0 17 4.0 3 1 1 2 6 0 0 76
5/18/2021 LOU @MEM W, 4-2 (11) – 0.64 .176 1 0 22 6.0 3 0 0 2 7 0 0 88
5/23/2021 LOU @MEM W, 8-3 W (1-1) 1.86 .194 1 0 23 5.1 5 3 3 2 3 3 0 86
5/29/221 LOU TOL L, 3-4 L (1-2) 2.49 .208 1 0 26 6.0 6 3 3 2 9 1 0 96
May Totals, 5 starts 2-3 1-2 2.49 .208 5 0 104 25.1 20 8 7 8 32 4 0 410
Fri, 6/4 LOU STP L, 1-2 L (1-3) 2.51 .193 1 1 27 7.0 3 2 2 4 13 1 0 111
Louisville Totals, 6 starts 2-4 1-3 2.51 .193 6 1 131 32.1 23 10 9 12 45 5 0 521

Reds Miscellaneous Notes

Quality Starts (12-3)
Pitcher, Record in Quality Starts
Castillo ……… 2-0 Gray …………….. 2-1 Gutierrez …….. 1-0
Hoffman ……. 1-0 Mahle …………… 2-1 Miley ………….. 4-1

Reds Starters & Relievers
w-l era ip er hr
Starters ……… 20-25 ….. 4.22 ……. 311.1 ….. 146 ….. 37
Relievers ………. 11-6 ….. 5.80 …… 240.2 ….. 155 ….. 40

Save Opportunities (14-23)
Pitcher, Saves-Save Opportunities
Antone ………. 3-6 Doolittle ……….. 1-3 Feliz ……………. 1-1
Garrett ………. 2-4 Hembree ……… 1-1 Sims …………… 6-8

Catchers’ ERA
Catcher GS IP ER ERA
Barnhart 20-21 361.0 201 5.01
Stephenson 11-10 191.0 100 4.71
Tucker Barnhart caught Wade Miley’s no-hitter, 5/7 at Cle
Catchers’ Caught Stealing %
Catcher SB CS %
Barnhart 20 5 20%
Stephenson 11 1 8%
Catchers 31 6 16%
(Double Steals 1 -)
(P&C Pickoffs/CS – 2)
(PO attempt 0 -)

Reds Pitchers

REDS PITCHERS Homestand: 3-2, 4.40 (45ip, 22er, 5hr, .225)
• Rank 13th in the National League in ERA (4.91; Ari 5.01, Col 5.00).
• Posted a 4.78 ERA in April 4.88 ERA in May.
REDS STARTERS Homestand: 3-1, 3.45 (28.2ip, 11er, 1hr, .192)
• Rank 10th in the National League in ERA (4.22).
• Posted a 4.05 ERA in April and a 4.89 ERA in May.
REDS RELIEVERS Homestand: 0-1, 6.06 (16.1ip, 11er, 4hr, .277)
• Rank last in the Major Leagues in ERA (5.80; Col 29th, 5.40)…rank second in the
Major Leagues in walks by a bullpen staff (137 in 240.2ip; StL, 145 in 236ip).
• Posted a 5.71 ERA in April and a 4.86 ERA in May.

Reds Batters

REDS BATTERS Homestand: .263, 6hr, 31r (6.20 r/g), 25bb, 47k
• Lead the National League in hitting and slugging percentage while ranking second
in on-base percentage.
• Homered in 45 of their 62 games, including 27 multi-homer games and a seasonhigh 6-homer game in a 14-11 loss in 10 innings on 4/22 vs Ari…are on pace for
229 HR…the team record for HR in a season is 227 in 2019…the National League
record is 279 HR (LAD, 2019)…the Major League record is 307 HR (Min, 2019).
• Pitchers are hitting .132 (Castillo 2 doubles, 4rbi, 11sh, 8bb, 36k)…pinch hitters are
hitting .144 (1 2b, 1hr, 6rbi, 11bb, 37k, Tyler Stephenson HR)…Jesse Winker hit .286
as the team’s designated hitter in the 2 interleague road games (2-7, 1 2b, 1bb, 2k)

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