Cincinnati Reds Week 6 Pitching Report

The Reds entered Week 6 with a 7 game home stand facing the Atlanta Braves and San Francisco Giants. The Reds in week 6 went 3-4 with a winning series against the Atlanta Braves and a losing series with the San Francisco Giants. The starting pitching had one of the worst week in ERA/WHIP category of 6.63 and 1.66. The Giants took starting pitching out of competition for the offense to even have a chance to contend.

  • The Random stat of teams not named with the first letter “C” is at 5-2-1.
  • Reds DFA’d bullpen pitcher Kevin Gregg, the team had a 5.49% decline in Run Rate as a team from 5/11-14 before the Giants won the last three with all offense. Owned a 10.13 ERA in his 11 appearances with the Reds and a 10.07 ERA since the start of the 2014 season.

STARTING PITCHING

ATLANTA-CINCINNATI

11TH SERIES

  • 20 IP/17 H/5 R/8 BB/11 SO/HR
  • ERA 2.25/WHIP 1.25
  • RATES: 20.00% H/5.88% R/9.41% BB/12.94% SO/1.18% HR
  • PER 9: 7.65 H/2.25 R/3.60 BB/4.95 SO/0.45 HR
  • PER PA: 5.00 PA/H 17.00 PA/R, 10.63 PA/BB,  7.73 PA/SO, 85.00 PA/HR

CINCINNATI-SAN FRANCISCO

12TH SERIES

  • 18 IP/29 H/23 R/9 BB/17 SO/6 HR
  • ERA 11.50/WHIP 2.11
  • RATES: 32.58% H/25.84% R/10.11% BB/19.10% SO/6.74% HR
  • PER 9: 14.50 H/11.50 R/4.50 BB/8.50 SO/3.00 HR
  • PER PA: 3.07 PA/H, 3.87 PA/R, 9.89 PA/BB, 5.24 PA/SO, 14.83 PA/HR

BULLPEN PITCHING

ATLANTA-CINCINNATI

11TH SERIES

  • 7 IP/5 H/R/3 BB/8 SO
  • ERA 1.29/WHIP 1.14
  • RATES: 17.24% H/3.45% R/10.34% BB/27.59% SO
  • PER 9: 6.43 H/1.29 R/3.86 BB/10.29 SO
  • PER PA: 5.80 PA/H, 29.00 PA/R, 9.67 PA/BB, 3.63 PA/SO

CINCINNATI-SAN FRANCISCO

 

12TH SERIES

  • 18 IP/23 H/10 R/4 BB/16 SO/HR
  • ERA 5.00/WHIP 1.50
  • RATES: 28.75% H/12.50% R/5.00% BB/20.00% SO/1.25% HR
  • PER 9: 11.50 H/5.00 R/2.00 BB/8.00 SO/0.50 HR
  • PER PA: 3.48 PA/H, 8.00 PA/R, 20.00 PA/BB, 5.00 PA/SO, 80.00 PA/HR

SO LONG, FAREWELL

ATLANTA-CINCINNATI

 

The Reds and Braves completed a 7 game season series in which the Reds won 4-3. This was the second of 20 teams to finish playing the Reds. The Pitching Staff line for the Reds against the Braves.

  • 61 IP/47 H/20 R/24 BB/41 SO/5 HR
  • ERA 2.95/WHIP 1.16
  • RATES: 18.88% H/8.03% R/9.64% BB/16.47% SO/2.01% HR
  • PER 9: 6.93 H/22.95 R/3.54 BB/6.05 SO/0.74 HR
  • PER PA: 5.30 PA/H, 12.45 PA/R, 10.38 PA/BB, 6.07 PA/SO, 49.80 PA/HR
  • PITCHER RATING: 85.58 AVERAGE (Top 35 Percent among the 20 teams Reds face (unofficially), Top 45 Percent among current teams faced)
    • As of 5/17, 81.21-83.09 is BAD. 83.10-85.88 is AVERAGE. 85.89-86.61 is GOOD.
    • Rating will change and official grade will be released in the final week

STARTER LINE

Reds Week 6

Leake’s 2 games:

  • 11 IP/19 H/10 R/3 BB/3 SO/4 HR
  • ERA: 8.18/WHIP 2.00
  • RATES: 35.19% H/18.52% R/5.56% BB/5.56% SO/7.41% HR
  • PER 9: 15.54 H/8.18 R/2.45 BB/2.45 SO/3.27 HR

DeSclafani’s 2 games:

  • 9 IP/13 H/9 R/6 BB/7 SO/HR
  • WHIP 2.11
  • RATES: 28.26% H/19.57% R/13.04% BB/15.22% SO/2.17% HR

Best and Worst Pitching Games of Week 6

  • Best Start: Raisel Iglesias (May 13th, Atlanta)
  • Worst Start: Jason Marquis and Anthony DeSclafani (May 15th and 17th, San Francisco)
  • Best Bullpen Appearance: May 13th, Atlanta
  • Worst Bullpen Appearance: May 15th, San Francisco
  • Best Staff Game: May 13th,  Atalanta
  • Worst Staff Game: May 16th, San Francisco

Week 7 Probables

  • Kansas City: Johnny Cueto, Jason Marquis
  • Cleveland*: Mike Leake, Anthony DeSclafani, Michael Lorenzen
    • *=To Be Determined
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