Reds lead the series 1-0
|Fri 07/16|| WP: Bronson Arroyo (10 - 4) |
SV: Francisco Cordero
LP: Jason Hammel (7 - 4)
|2 - 3 loss|
|Sun 07/18||11:10 AM MDT|
Jorge De La Rosa returned from his in-season injury recently; now the Reds get Edinson Volquez back after more than a year from Tommy John surgery.
You're on your own tonight guys and gals as I'll be at Citi Field for a Dave Matthews Band concert. Jeff should be back from Japan (Damn, this guy has been living the life since graduating college. All I've been to recently have been Rome (but only the airport), Sicily, Denver, and Memphis (again, only the airport)) to have your game recap.
Jorge De La Rosa
#29 / Pitcher / Colorado Rockies
Apr 05, 1981
|2010 - Jorge De La Rosa||3-1||5||5||0||0||0||0||27.1||26||18||15||2||14||32||4.94||1.46|
Oh, Jeff Sullivan covered DLR in his weekly Five Numbers article because of the response Purple Row gave to "Lay of the Land" post earlier in the week. Or somewhat joking private e-mails Sullivan had with RMN.
#36 / Pitcher / Cincinnati Reds
Jul 03, 1983