2011 Cincinnati Reds
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Record79–83 (.488)
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Owner(s)Bob Castellini
General manager(s)Walt Jocketty
Manager(s)Dusty Baker
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(Thom Brennaman, Chris Welsh, Jim Kelch, George Grande, Jeff Brantley, Sean Casey)
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The 2011 Cincinnati Reds season was the 142nd season for the franchise in Major League Baseball, and their 9th at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. The team attempted to return to the postseason for the second consecutive year following their NL Central division championship in 2010. Dusty Baker returned for his fourth year managing the Reds and his eighteenth season managed overall.

Offseason

The Reds off-season began with fans calling for a full-time power-hitting left-handed left fielder; a leadoff hitter; and a strong offensive shortstop as many were unhappy with the weak bat of Paul Janish. The Reds exercised the options of Jonny Gomes, while declining the options of Aaron Harang and Orlando Cabrera. They also exercised the option on Bronson Arroyo, but later signed him to a 3-year, $35 Million extension through 2013. They also extended 23-year-old right-fielder Jay Bruce for 6 yrs./ $51M. They resigned catcher Ramón Hernández, who will again team up with Ryan Hanigan in what was the 2nd best offensive catching duo in the NL of 2010, while giving highly touted prospect Devin Mesoraco more time to develop in the minors. They also resigned another veteran in backup corner infielder Miguel Cairo. Jocketty brought in two young outfielders on minor league deals, Brian Barton and Jeremy Hermida. Hermida was invited to spring training. The Reds also signed former phenom pitcher and 2003 Rookie of the Year Dontrelle Willis to a minor league deal, also giving him a spring training invite. Then on January 7, the Reds made their biggest acquisition of the off-season, signing the current World Series MVP, veteran shortstop Édgar Rentería. GM Walt Jocketty has stated that Rentería will be in a backup role to Janish. On January 10, the Reds signed left fielder Fred Lewis for $900 K. He is expected to, at the very least, platoon with Gomes in left field. On January 16, it was announced that the Reds and Joey Votto agreed to a 3-year, $38 million deal.[1]

Regular season

The Reds opened the 2011 season with a walk-off home run against division rival Milwaukee to win on opening day 7–6 which eventually propelled them to a 5–0 start to the season, their best start since 1990 (the year which they last won the World Series).[2] Throughout the months of April and May the Reds were either near the lead or the leader of the NL Central division. May also saw a three-game series sweep of the rival St. Louis Cardinals, the Reds first sweep of the Cardinals since 2007. In June, the Reds continued to stay in the division race finishing the month with a 42–40 record. July started off poorly for the Reds who currently sit in fourth place in the division where they stayed through the week following the All-Star break. They would eventually finish the season in 3rd place with a 79-83 record

Standings

NL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
Milwaukee Brewers 96 66 0.593 57–24 39–42
St. Louis Cardinals 90 72 0.556 6 45–36 45–36
Cincinnati Reds 79 83 0.488 17 42–39 37–44
Pittsburgh Pirates 72 90 0.444 24 36–45 36–45
Chicago Cubs 71 91 0.438 25 39–42 32–49
Houston Astros 56 106 0.346 40 31–50 25–56


Record vs. opponents


Source: [3]
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL FLA HOU LAD MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona 2–3 3–4 4–2 13–5 5–2 6–1 10–8 4–3 3–3 3–3 3–3 11–7 9–9 3–4 5–3 10–8
Atlanta 3–2 4–3 3–3 6–2 12–6 5–1 2–5 5–3 9–9 6–12 4–2 4–5 6–1 1–5 9–9 10–5
Chicago 4–3 3–4 7–11 2–4 3–3 8–7 3–3 6–10 4–2 2–5 8–8 3–3 5–4 5–10 3–4 5–10
Cincinnati 2–4 3–3 11–7 3–4 3–3 9–6 4–2 8–8 2–5 1–7 5–10 4–2 5–2 9–6 4–2 6–12
Colorado 5–13 2–6 4–2 4–3 3–3 5–2 9–9 3–6 5–2 1–4 4–3 9–9 5–13 2–4 4–3 8–7
Florida 2–5 6–12 3–3 3–3 3–3 6–1 3–3 0–7 9–9 6–12 6–0 0–7 4–2 2–6 11–7 8–10
Houston 1–6 1–5 7–8 6–9 2–5 1–6 4–5 3–12 3–3 2–4 7–11 3–5 4–3 5–10 3–3 4–11
Los Angeles 8–10 5–2 3–3 2–4 9–9 3–3 5–4 2–4 2–5 1–5 6–2 13–5 9–9 4–3 4–2 6–9
Milwaukee 3–4 3–5 10–6 8–8 6–3 7–0 12–3 4–2 4–2 3–4 12–3 3–2 3–3 9–9 3–3 6–9
New York 3–3 9–9 2–4 5–2 2–5 9–9 3–3 5–2 2–4 7–11 4–4 4–3 2–4 3–3 8–10 9–9
Philadelphia 3–3 12–6 5–2 7–1 4–1 12–6 4–2 5–1 4–3 11–7 4–2 7–1 4–3 3–6 8–10 9–6
Pittsburgh 3–3 2–4 8–8 10–5 3–4 0–6 11–7 2–6 3–12 4–4 2–4 2–4 3–3 7–9 4–4 8–7
San Diego 7–11 5–4 3–3 2–4 9–9 7–0 5–3 5–13 2–3 3–4 1–7 4–2 6–12 3–3 3–4 6–9
San Francisco 9–9 1–6 4–5 2–5 13–5 2–4 3–4 9–9 3–3 4–2 3–4 3–3 12–6 5–2 3–4 10–5
St. Louis 4–3 5–1 10–5 6–9 4–2 6–2 10–5 3–4 9–9 3–3 6–3 9–7 3–3 2–5 2–4 8–7
Washington 3–5 9–9 4–3 2–4 3–4 7–11 3–3 2–4 3–3 10–8 10–8 4–4 4–3 4–3 4–2 8–7

Game log

2011 Game Log
March/April (14–13): Home (8–7); Road (6–6)
# Date TV Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box
1 March 31 Brewers FSO W 7–6 Ondrusek (1–0) Axford (0–1) 42,398 1–0 [1]
2 April 2 Brewers FSO W 4–2 Wood (1–0) Marcum (0–1) Cordero (1) 37,967 2–0 [2]
3 April 3 Brewers FSO W 12–3 Arroyo (1–0) Wolf (0–1) 24,805 3–0 [3]
4 April 5 Astros FSO W 8–2 Leake (1–0) Happ (0–1) 11,821 4–0 [4]
5 April 6 Astros FSO W 12–4 Vólquez (1–0) Figueroa (0–1) 17,719 5–0 [5]
6 April 7 Astros FSO L 2–3 Abad (1–0) Masset (0–1) Lyon (1) 20,014 5–1 [6]
7 April 8 @ Diamondbacks FSO L 2–13 Kennedy (1–0) Wood (1–1) 48,030 5–2 [7]
8 April 9 @ Diamondbacks FSO W 6–1 Arroyo (2–0) Hudson (0–2) 20,729 6–2 [8]
9 April 10 @ Diamondbacks FSO L 8–10 Heilman (1–0) Masset (0–2) Putz (3) 19,728 6–3 [9]
10 April 11 @ Padres FSO W 3–2 Vólquez (2–0) Latos (0–1) Cordero (2) 18,022 7–3 [10]
11 April 12 @ Padres FSO W 8–2 (11) Ondrusek (2–0) Luebke (0–1) 17,379 8–3 [11]
12 April 13 @ Padres FSO L 2–3 Bell (1–0) Masset (0–3) 17,057 8–4 [12]
13 April 15 Pirates FSO L 1–6 Morton (2–0) Arroyo (2–1) 21,312 8–5 [13]
14 April 16 Pirates FSO W 11–2 Leake (2–0) McDonald (0–1) 26,418 9–5 [14]
15 April 17 Pirates FSO L 6–7 Resop (1–0) Ondrusek (2–1) Hanrahan (5) 32,105 9–6 [15]
16 April 18 Pirates FSO L 3–9 Correia (3–1) Wood (1–2) 12,777 9–7 [16]
17 April 19 Diamondbacks FSO L 4–5 Galarraga (3–0) LeCure (0–1) Putz (4) 12,994 9–8 [17]
18 April 20 Diamondbacks FSO L 1–3 Kennedy (2–1) Arroyo (2–2) Putz (5) 14,915 9–9 [18]
19 April 21 Diamondbacks MLBN W 7–4 Leake (3–0) Hudson (0–4) 17,319 10–9 [19]
20 April 22 @ Cardinals FSO L 2–4 McClellan (3–0) Maloney (0–1) Boggs (2) 40,327 10–10 [20]
21 April 23 @ Cardinals Fox W 5–3 Chapman (1–0) Batista (1–1) Cordero (3) 41,877 11–10 [21]
22 April 24 @ Cardinals ESPN L 0–3 Westbrook (2–2) Vólquez (2–1) Boggs (3) 38,201 11–11 [22]
23 April 25 @ Brewers FSO W 9–5 Arroyo (3–2) Narveson (1–1) 35,794 12–11 [23]
24 April 26 @ Brewers FSO L 2–3 Loe (2–1) Ondrusek (2–2) Axford (5) 37,062 12–12 [24]
25 April 27 @ Brewers FSO W 7–6 (10) Chapman (2–0) Mitre (0–1) Cordero (4) 33,848 13–12 [25]
26 April 29 Marlins FSO L 6–7 Vázquez (2–2) Wood (1–3) Oviedo (8) 27,051 13–13 [26]
27 April 30 Marlins FSO W 4–3 (10) Cordero (1–0) Dunn (1–1) 40,286 14–13 [27]
May (14–15): Home (8–5); Road (6–10)
# Date TV Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box
28 May 1 Marlins FSO L 5–9 Nolasco (3–0) Arroyo (3–3) Oviedo (9) 26,941 14–14 [28]
May 2 Astros Postponed (rain); Makeup: May 5
29 May 3 Astros FSO L 4–10 Happ (2–4) Leake (3–1) 12,005 14–15 [29]
30 May 4 Astros W 3–2 Cordero (2–0) Lyon (3–2) 12,340 15–15 [30]
31 May 5 Astros FSO W 10–4 Bailey (1–0) Myers (1–2) 14,765 16–15 [31]
32 May 6 @ Cubs FSO W 5–4 Vólquez (3–1) Garza (1–4) Cordero (5) 35,471 17–15 [32]
33 May 7 @ Cubs Fox L 2–3 Mateo (1–1) Cordero (2–1) 37,666 17–16 [33]
34 May 8 @ Cubs FSO W 2–0 Cueto (1–0) Dempster (1–4) Cordero (6) 31,931 18–16 [34]
35 May 9 @ Astros FSO W 6–1 Wood (2–3) Rodríguez (0–1) 20,174 19–16 [35]
36 May 10 @ Astros FSO W 7–3 Bailey (2–0) Myers (1–3) 24,499 20–16 [36]
37 May 11 @ Astros FSO L 3–4 Melancon (3–1) Leake (3–2) 21,008 20–17 [37]
38 May 13 Cardinals FSO W 6–5 (10) Cordero (3–1) Motte (1–1) 32,972 21–17 [38]
39 May 14 Cardinals FSO W 7–3 Cueto (2–0) McClellan (5–1) 41,307 22–17 [39]
40 May 15 Cardinals FSO W 9–7 Wood (3–3) Carpenter (1–3) Cordero (7) 24,672 23–17 [40]
41 May 16 Cubs FSO W 7–4 Bailey (3–0) Zambrano (4–2) Cordero (8) 16,981 24–17 [41]
42 May 17 Cubs FSO W 7–5 Bray (1–0) Wood (1–3) Masset (1) 18,861 25–17 [42]
43 May 18 Pirates FSO L 0–5 Morton (5–1) Arroyo (3–4) 16,543 25–18 [43]
44 May 19 Pirates MLBN L 3–5 McDonald (3–3) Cueto (2–1) Hanrahan (12) 26,018 25–19 [44]
45 May 20 @ Indians FSO L 4–5 Pestano (1–0) Bray (1–1) Perez (11) 31,622 25–20 [45]
46 May 21 @ Indians FSO L 1–2 Tomlin (6–1) Bailey (3–1) Perez (12) 40,631 25–21 [46]
47 May 22 @ Indians FSO L 4–12 Carrasco (3–2) Vólquez (3–2) 26,833 25–22 [47]
48 May 23 @ Phillies FSO L 3–10 Hamels (6–2) Arroyo (3–5) 45,841 25–23 [48]
49 May 24 @ Phillies FSO W 6–3 Ondrusek (3–2) Madson (2–1) Cordero (9) 45,740 26–23 [49]
50 May 25 @ Phillies FSO L 4–5 (19) Valdez (1–0) Fisher (0–1) 45,706 26–24 [50]
51 May 26 @ Phillies FSO L 4–10 Lee (4–4) Thompson (0–1) 45,650 26–25 [51]
52 May 27 @ Braves FSO W 5–1 Leake (4–2) Hanson (5–4) 30,701 27–25 [52]
53 May 28 @ Braves Fox L 6–7 (12) Linebrink (1–1) Fisher (0–2) 36,615 27–26 [53]
54 May 29 @ Braves ESPN2 L 1–2 Jurrjens (7–1) Cueto (2–2) Kimbrel (15) 36,392 27–27 [54]
55 May 30 Brewers FSO W 7–3 Wood (4–3) Narveson (2–4) 21,564 28–27 [55]
56 May 31 Brewers FSO L 2–7 Greinke (4–1) Reineke (0–1) 14,294 28–28 [56]
June (14–12): Home (6–7); Road (8–5)
# Date TV Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box
57 June 1 Brewers FSO W 4–3 Masset (1–3) Loe (2–5) Cordero (10) 22,213 29–28 [57]
58 June 3 Dodgers FSO W 2–1 Arroyo (4–5) Kuroda (5–6) Cordero (11) 31,402 30–28 [58]
59 June 4 Dodgers Fox L 8–11 (11) Guerra (1–0) Fisher (0–3) 40,234 30–29 [59]
60 June 5 Dodgers FSO L 6–9 Billingsley (5–4) Wood (4–4) 28,327 30–30 [60]
61 June 6 Cubs FSO W 8–2 Leake (5–2) Garza (2–5) 22,568 31–30 [61]
62 June 7 Cubs FSO W 8–2 Vólquez (4–2) Davis (0–5) 24,921 32–30 [62]
63 June 8 Cubs FSO L 1–4 Dempster (5–5) Arroyo (4–6) Mármol (11) 31,367 32–31 [63]
64 June 9 @ Giants FSO W 3–0 Cueto (3–2) Bumgarner (2–8) Cordero (12) 41,106 33–31 [64]
65 June 10 @ Giants FSO L 2–3 Wilson (5–1) Arredondo (0–1) 41,686 33–32 [65]
66 June 11 @ Giants Fox W 10–2 Leake (6–2) Lincecum (5–5) 41,735 34–32 [66]
67 June 12 @ Giants ESPN L 2–4 Ramírez (2–0) Arredondo (0–2) Wilson (18) 42,084 34–33 [67]
68 June 13 @ Dodgers FSO W 6–4 Arroyo (5–6) Kuroda (5–8) Cordero (13) 31,372 35–33 [68]
69 June 14 @ Dodgers FSO W 3–2 Cueto (4–2) Hawksworth (1–2) Cordero (14) 39,233 36–33 [69]
70 June 15 @ Dodgers FSO W 7–2 Wood (5–4) Billingsley (5–6) 30,433 37–33 [70]
71 June 17 Blue Jays FSO L 2–3 Reyes (3–5) Leake (6–3) Francisco (7) 32,026 37–34 [71]
72 June 18 Blue Jays FSO L 0–4 Morrow (3–4) Vólquez (4–3) 31,688 37–35 [72]
73 June 19 Blue Jays FSO W 2–1 Arroyo (6–6) Villanueva (4–1) Cordero (15) 32,618 38–35 [73]
74 June 20 Yankees FSO L 3–5 Nova (7–4) Wood (5–5) Rivera (18) 41,173 38–36 [74]
June 21 Yankees FSO Postponed (rain); Makeup: June 22 (Game 2)
75 June 22 Yankees FSO L 2–4 García (6–6) Leake (6–4) Rivera (19) 40,040 38–37 [75]
76 June 22 Yankees FSO W 10–2 Cueto (5–2) Gordon (0–1) 41,367 39–37 [76]
77 June 24 @ Orioles FSO L 4–5 (12) Gonzalez (1–1) Arredondo (0–3) 45,382 39–38 [77]
78 June 25 @ Orioles FSO W 10–5 Arroyo (7–6) Matusz (1–3) 38,976 40–38 [78]
79 June 26 @ Orioles FSO L 5–7 Guthrie (3–9) Bailey (3–2) Gregg (14) 27,809 40–39 [79]
80 June 27 @ Rays FSO W 5–0 Leake (7–4) Hellickson (7–7) 19,891 41–39 [80]
81 June 28 @ Rays FSO L 3–4 Farnsworth (3–1) Ondrusek (3–3) 20,894 41–40 [81]
82 June 29 @ Rays FSO W 4–3 Vólquez (5–3) Shields (8–5) Cordero (16) 25,968 42–40 [82]
July (11–15): Home (8–8); Road (3–7)
# Date TV Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box
83 July 1 Indians FSO L 2–8 Masterson (6–6) Arroyo (7–7) 40,440 42–41 [83]
84 July 2 Indians Fox L 1–3 Herrmann (1–0) Bailey (3–3) Pestano (1) 41,580 42–42 [84]
85 July 3 Indians FSO W 7–5 Leake (8–4) Talbot (2–5) Cordero (17) 34,948 43–42 [85]
86 July 4 @ Cardinals FSO L 0–1 Carpenter (4–7) Cueto (5–3) Salas (15) 40,551 43–43 [86]
87 July 5 @ Cardinals FSO L 1–8 García (8–3) Vólquez (5–4) 36,090 43–44 [87]
88 July 6 @ Cardinals FSO W 9–8 (13) Arredondo (1–3) Valdés (0–1) Chapman (1) 37,223 44–44 [88]
89 July 7 @ Brewers FSO L 4–5 Narveson (6–5) Bailey (3–4) Axford (23) 34,102 44–45 [89]
90 July 8 @ Brewers FSO L 7–8 Estrada (2–5) Cordero (3–2) 39,050 44–46 [90]
91 July 9 @ Brewers FSO W 8–4 (10) Bray (2–1) Estrada (2–6) 43,119 45–46 [91]
92 July 10 @ Brewers FSO L 3–4 Loe (3–7) Cordero (3–3) 43,896 45–47 [92]
July 12: 2011 MLB All-Star Game – Phoenix, Arizona at Chase Field
93 July 15 Cardinals FSO W 6–5 Ondrusek (4–3) Salas (5–3) 41,238 46–47 [93]
94 July 16 Cardinals FSO L 1–4 Carpenter (5–7) Arroyo (7–8) Salas (17) 40,204 46–48 [94]
95 July 17 Cardinals FSO W 3–1 Bailey (4–4) García (9–4) Cordero (18) 24,841 47–48 [95]
96 July 18 @ Pirates FSO L 0–2 Morton (8–5) Willis (0–1) Hanrahan (27) 22,016 47–49 [96]
97 July 19 @ Pirates FSO L 0–1 McDonald (6–4) Leake (8–5) Hanrahan (28) 26,058 47–50 [97]
98 July 20 @ Pirates FSO W 3–1 Cueto (6–3) Karstens (8–5) Cordero (19) 25,207 48–50 [98]
99 July 22 Braves FSO L 4–6 Venters (5–1) Masset (1–4) Kimbrel (31) 34,118 48–51 [99]
100 July 23 Braves Fox W 11–2 Bailey (5–4) Lowe (6–8) 41,192 49–51 [100]
101 July 24 Braves ESPN W 4–3 Cordero (4–3) Linebrink (3–2) 33,036 50–51 [101]
102 July 25 Mets FSO L 2–4 Dickey (5–8) Leake (8–6) Isringhausen (3) 25,480 50–52 [102]
103 July 26 Mets FSO L 6–8 Niese (10–8) Cueto (6–4) Byrdak (1) 27,552 50–53 [103]
104 July 27 Mets FSO L 2–8 Pelfrey (6–9) Arroyo (7–9) 23,616 50–54 [104]
105 July 28 Mets FSO L 9–10 Capuano (9–10) Bailey (5–5) Isringhausen (4) 25,400 50–55 [105]
106 July 29 Giants FSO W 4–3 (13) Arredondo (2–3) Wilson (6–3) 29,016 51–55 [106]
107 July 30 Giants FSO W 7–2 Leake (9–6) Bumgarner (6–10) 40,402 52–55 [107]
108 July 31 Giants FSO W 9–0 Cueto (7–4) Zito (3–4) 37,864 53–55 [108]
August (14–14): Home (7–6); Road (7–8)
# Date TV Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box
109 August 1 @ Astros FSO L 3–4 (10) Melancon (6–3) Ondrusek (4–4) 21,502 53–56 [109]
110 August 2 @ Astros FSO W 5–1 Bailey (6–5) Rodríguez (7–8) 22,603 54–56 [110]
111 August 3 @ Astros FSO L 4–5 Lyles (1–6) Masset (1–5) Melancon (11) 22,102 54–57 [111]
112 August 5 @ Cubs FSO L 3–4 Dempster (9–8) Leake (9–7) Mármol (24) 42,245 54–58 [112]
113 August 6 @ Cubs FSO L 4–11 Zambrano (9–6) Cueto (7–5) 41,978 54–59 [113]
114 August 7 @ Cubs FSO W 8–7 Masset (2–5) Marshall (5–5) Cordero (20) 39,619 55–59 [114]
115 August 8 Rockies FSO L 7–10 Belisle (6–4) Bray (2–2) Street (29) 27,055 55–60 [115]
116 August 9 Rockies FSO L 2–3 Rogers (6–1) Willis (0–2) Betancourt (1) 17,378 55–61 [116]
117 August 10 Rockies FSO W 3–2 Leake (10–7) Millwood (0–1) Cordero (21) 21,673 56–61 [117]
118 August 11 Rockies FSO W 2–1 Cueto (8–5) Chacín (9–9) Cordero (22) 20,546 57–61 [118]
119 August 12 Padres FSO W 5–3 Bray (3–2) Spence (0–1) Cordero (23) 28,346 58–61 [119]
120 August 13 Padres FSO W 13–1 Bailey (7–5) Stauffer (7–9) 31,374 59–61 [120]
121 August 14 Padres FSO L 3–7 LeBlanc (1–2) Willis (0–3) 35,286 59–62 [121]
122 August 16 @ Nationals FSO L 4–6 Wang (2–2) Leake (10–8) Storen (32) 23,888 59–63 [122]
123 August 17 @ Nationals FSO W 2–1 Cueto (9–5) Detwiler (1–3) Cordero (24) 20,374 60–63 [123]
124 August 18 @ Nationals FSO L 1–3 Zimmermann (8–10) Arroyo (7–10) Storen (33) 19,508 60–64 [124]
125 August 19 @ Pirates FSO W 11–8 Wood (6–5) Hanrahan (0–2) Cordero (25) 36,620 61–64 [125]
126 August 20 @ Pirates Fox L 3–5 Watson (1–2) Chapman (2–1) Hanrahan (31) 37,826 61–65 [126]
127 August 21 @ Pirates FSO W 5–4 Arredondo (3–3) Hanrahan (0–3) Cordero (26) 29,967 62–65 [127]
128 August 23 @ Marlins FSO W 8–6 Chapman (3–1) Oviedo (1–4) Cordero (27) 21,204 63–65 [128]
129 August 24 @ Marlins FSO L 5–6 Webb (2–4) Arredondo (3–4) Cishek (2) 63–66 [129]
130 August 24 @ Marlins FSO W 3–2 Arroyo (8–10) Volstad (5–11) Cordero (28) 22,505 64–66 [130]
August 25 @ Marlins Postponed (impending weather); Played on August 24 (Game 2)
131 August 26 Nationals FSO W 4–3 Cordero (5–3) Balester (1–2) 35,089 65–66 [131]
132 August 27 Nationals FSO W 6–3 Leake (11–8) Detwiler (2–4) Cordero (29) 30,423 66–66 [132]
133 August 28 Nationals FSO W 5–4 (14) Bray (4–2) Balester (1–3) 28,415 67–66 [133]
134 August 29 Phillies FSO L 2–3 Bastardo (6–0) Bailey (7–6) Madson (24) 21,360 67–67 [134]
135 August 30 Phillies FSO L 0–9 Halladay (16–5) Arroyo (8–11) 19,317 67–68 [135]
136 August 31 Phillies FSO L 0–3 Lee (15–7) Willis (0–4) Madson (25) 18,567 67–69 [136]
September (12–14): Home (5–6); Road (7–8)
# Date TV Opponent Score Win Loss Save Attendance Record Box
137 September 1 Phillies FSO L 4–6 Worley (10–1) Leake (11–9) Madson (26) 21,438 67–70 [137]
138 September 2 @ Cardinals FSO W 11–8 Arredondo (4–4) Rzepczynski (2–4) 36,970 68–70 [138]
139 September 3 @ Cardinals Fox L 4–6 García (11–7) Bailey (7–7) Motte (2) 41,839 68–71 [139]
140 September 4 @ Cardinals FSO W 3–2 (10) Bray (5–2) Salas (5–6) Cordero (30) 41,647 69–71 [140]
141 September 5 @ Cubs FSO L 3–4 Garza (8–10) Willis (0–5) Mármol (32) 41,341 69–72 [141]
142 September 6 @ Cubs FSO W 4–2 (13) Chapman (4–1) Grabow (3–1) Cordero (31) 35,297 70–72 [142]
143 September 7 @ Cubs FSO L 3–6 Wood (2–5) Ondrusek (4–5) Mármol (33) 36,797 70–73 [143]
144 September 9 @ Rockies FSO W 4–1 Bailey (8–7) Chacín (11–11) Cordero (32) 39,933 71–73 [144]
145 September 10 @ Rockies L 7–12 White (3–1) Maloney (0–2) 38,407 71–74 [145]
146 September 11 @ Rockies FSO L 1–4 Pomeranz (1–0) Vólquez (5–5) Hammel (1) 39,240 71–75 [146]
147 September 12 Cubs FSO L 8–12 López (5–6) Willis (0–6) 19,874 71–76 [147]
148 September 13 Cubs FSO W 2–1 Leake (12–9) Dempster (10–12) Cordero (33) 19,159 72–76 [148]
149 September 14 Cubs FSO W 7–2 LeCure (1–1) Coleman (2–8) 18,304 73–76 [149]
150 September 15 Cubs FSO W 8–6 (11) Masset (3–5) Russell (1–6) 23,792 74–76 [150]
151 September 16 Brewers FSO L 3–6 Wolf (13–9) Arroyo (8–12) Axford (43) 32,506 74–77 [151]
152 September 17 Brewers FSO L 1–10 Gallardo (17–10) Vólquez (5–6) 39,766 74–78 [152]
153 September 18 Brewers FSO L 1–8 Greinke (15–6) Maloney (0–3) 37,845 74–79 [153]
154 September 19 Astros FSO L 2–3 Carpenter (1–3) Masset (3–6) Melancon (19) 21,168 74–80 [154]
155 September 20 Astros FSO W 6–4 Bailey (9–7) Norris (6–11) Cordero (34) 23,847 75–80 [155]
156 September 21 Astros FSO W 2–0 Arroyo (9–12) Rodríguez (11–11) 20,875 76–80 [156]
157 September 23 @ Pirates FSO L 3–4 Hanrahan (1–4) Bray (5–3) 23,632 76–81 [157]
158 September 24 @ Pirates FSO L 3–4 Lincoln (2–3) Wood (6–6) Grilli (1) 37,388 76–82 [158]
159 September 25 @ Pirates FSO W 5–4 Willis (1–6) Moskos (1–1) Cordero (35) 28,758 77–82 [159]
160 September 26 @ Mets FSO W 6–5 Ondrusek (5–5) Byrdak (2–1) Cordero (36) 28,651 78–82 [160]
161 September 27 @ Mets FSO W 5–4 (13) LeCure (2–1) Thayer (0–3) Cordero (37) 30,027 79–82 [161]
162 September 28 @ Mets FSO L 0–3 Batista (5–2) Vólquez (5–7) 28,816 79–83 [162]
Legend
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Roster

2011 Cincinnati Reds
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Player stats

Batting

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
C Ryan Hanigan 91 266 71 .267 6 31
C Ramón Hernández 91 298 84 .282 12 36
C Devin Mesoraco 18 50 9 .180 2 6
1B/3B Miguel Cairo 102 245 65 .265 8 33
SS Zack Cozart 11 37 6 .324 2 3
1B/3B Juan Francisco 30 90 24 .267 3 15
3B Todd Frazier 41 112 26 .232 6 15
SS Paul Janish 114 336 72 .214 0 23
2B Brandon Phillips 150 610 183 .300 18 82
SS Édgar Rentería 98 295 74 .251 5 36
3B Scott Rolen 65 252 61 .241 5 36
3B Chris Valaika 14 25 7 .280 0 0
1B Joey Votto 160 596 185 .310 29 103
OF Yonder Alonso 47 88 29 .330 5 15
RF Jay Bruce 156 581 100 .258 32 97
OF Chris Heisey 120 279 71 .254 18 50
OF Fred Lewis 81 183 42 .230 3 19
OF Dave Sappelt 38 107 26 .243 0 5
CF Drew Stubbs 157 600 147 .245 15 44
P José Arredondo 50 2 1 .500 0 0
P Bronson Arroyo 35 57 6 .105 0 2
P Homer Bailey 21 39 11 .282 0 2
P Johnny Cueto 23 47 3 .064 0 0
P Carlos Fisher 17 2 0 .000 0 0
P Jeremy Horst 12 1 1 1.000 0 1
P Mike Leake 37 55 11 .200 0 2
P Dontrelle Willis 16 31 12 .387 1 4
P Edinson Vólquez 18 26 3 .115 0 0
P Travis Wood 25 30 2 .067 1 3
P Sam LeCure 40 9 1 .111 0 0
P Matt Maloney 8 4 0 .000 0 0
P Chad Reineke 2 2 0 .000 0 0
P Jordan Smith 16 2 0 .000 0 0
P Daryl Thompson 1 1 0 .000 0 0

Stats through September 28, 2011

Pitching

Starting pitchers

G=Games Played ; IP=Innings Pitched ; W=Wins ; L=Losses ; ERA=Earned Run Average ; SO=Strikeouts ; WHIP=Walks and Hits Per Inning Pitched

Player G IP W L ERA SO WHIP
Bronson Arroyo 32 199.0 9 12 5.07 108 1.37
Homer Bailey 22 132.0 9 7 4.43 106 1.28
Johnny Cueto 24 156.0 9 5 2.31 104 1.09
Mike Leake 29 167.2 12 9 3.86 118 1.17
Edinson Vólquez 19 108.2 5 7 5.71 104 1.57
Dontrelle Willis 13 75.2 1 6 5.00 57 1.52

Stats through September 28, 2011

Relief pitchers

G=Games Played ; W=Wins ; L=Losses ; SV=Saves ; IP=Innings Pitched ; ERA = Earned Run Average ; SO=Strikeouts ; WHIP=Walks and Hits Per Inning Pitched.

Player G W L SV IP ERA SO WHIP
José Arredondo 52 4 4 0 52 3.29 46 1.42
Jared Burton 6 0 0 0 4.2 3.86 3 1.93
Bill Bray 79 5 3 0 48.1 2.98 44 1.08
Aroldis Chapman 54 4 1 1 50.0 3.60 70 1.30
Francisco Cordero 68 5 3 37 69.2 2.45 42 1.02
Carlos Fisher 17 0 3 0 24.0 4.50 17 1.50
Jeremy Horst 12 0 0 0 15.1 2.93 9 1.57
Sam LeCure 43 2 1 0 77.2 3.71 73 1.00
Matt Maloney 8 0 3 0 18.2 9.16 13 2.14
Nick Masset 75 3 6 1 70.1 3.71 62 1.52
Logan Ondrusek 66 5 5 0 61.1 3.23 41 1.35
Chad Reineke 2 0 1 0 6.2 3.04 3 1.65
Jordan Smith 17 0 0 0 20.0 7.20 13 2.00
Daryl Thompson 1 0 1 0 3.0 15.00 0 3.67
Travis Wood 18 6 6 0 106.0 4.84 76 1.49

Stats through September 28, 2011

Farm System

Minor league standings

Standings as of: September 14, 2011[4]

Level Team League Manager W L Position
AAA Louisville Bats International League Rick Sweet 73 71 3rd Place, INT West (15 GB)
AA Carolina Mudcats Southern League David Bell 30 39 (2nd Half) 3rd Place, SOU North (12 GB)
High-A Bakersfield Blaze California League Ken Griffey 31 39 (2nd Half) 4th Place, CAL North (10 GB)
Low-A Dayton Dragons Midwest League Delino DeShields 48 22 (2nd Half) 1st Place, MWL East (– GB)
Rookie Billings Mustangs Pioneer League Pat Kelly 24 14 (2nd Half) 2nd Place, PIO North (1 GB)
AZL Reds Arizona League José Nieves 31 25 2nd Place, AZL Central (3 GB)
DSL Reds Dominican Summer League Joel Noboa 32 36 5th place, DSL BCBC (13 GB)
VSL Reds Venezuelan Summer League Richard Paz 38 34 Tied for 3rd Place, VSL (2 GB)

References

  1. ^ Sheldon, Mark (January 11, 2011). "Reds reward MVP Votto with three-year deal". MLB.com. Retrieved March 31, 2011.
  2. ^ Sheldon, Mark (March 31, 2011). "Hernandez's heroics lift Reds on Opening Day". MLB.com. Retrieved March 31, 2011.
  3. ^ baseball-reference.com Head-to-Head Records
  4. ^ http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/standings/