2022 Cincinnati Reds
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Owner(s)Bob Castellini
President of Baseball OperationsDick Williams
General manager(s)Nick Krall
Manager(s)David Bell
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The 2022 Cincinnati Reds season is the 153rd season for the franchise in Major League Baseball, and their 20th at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.

On December 2, 2021, Commissioner of Baseball Rob Manfred announced a lockout of players, following expiration of the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) between the league and the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA). On March 10, 2022, the MLB and MLBPA agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement, thus ending the lockout. Opening Day was played on April 7.[1] Although MLB previously announced that several series would be cancelled due to the lockout, the agreement provides for a 162-game season, with originally canceled games to be made up via doubleheaders.[2]

Offseason

Lockout

Main article: 2021–22 Major League Baseball lockout

The expiration of the league's collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with the Major League Baseball Players Association occurred on December 1, 2021 with no new agreement in place.[3] As a result, the team owners voted unanimously to lockout the players stopping all free agency and trades.[4][5]

The parties came to an agreement on a new CBA on March 10, 2022.[6]

Rule changes

Pursuant to the new CBA, several new rules were instituted for the 2022 season. The National League will adopt the designated hitter full-time, a draft lottery will be implemented, the postseason will expand from ten teams to twelve, and advertising patches will appear on player uniforms and helmets for the first time.[7][8]

transactions

After the lockout, the Reds went on a fire sale. The Reds let their outfielder Nick Castellanos sign with the Philadelphia Phillies[9][10] and placed starting pitcher Wade Miley on waivers and was picked up by the Chicago Cubs.[11] The Reds also traded many players during this. The Reds traded pitcher Amir Garrett to the Kansas City Royals,[12] starting pitcher Sonny Gray to the Minnesota Twins,[13] catcher Tucker Barnhart to the Detroit Tigers,[14] and both infielder Eugenio Suárez and outfielder Jesse Winker to the Seattle Mariners.[15] Reds owner Bob Castellini was criticized for this and Reds fans protested and asked him to sell the team.[16][17]

Regular season

The start of the season

The Reds' 2022 started off historically bad. Through the first 25 games, the Reds won only 3 games. They tie with the 2003 Detroit Tigers as the worst start to a season through 25 games at 3–22 behind the 1988 Baltimore Orioles who started 2–23 including a 0–21 start.[18]

Standings

National League Central

NL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
St. Louis Cardinals 77 55 0.583 43–22 34–33
Milwaukee Brewers 69 62 0.527 35–26 34–36
Chicago Cubs 56 76 0.424 21 28–38 28–38
Cincinnati Reds 52 78 0.400 24 28–38 24–40
Pittsburgh Pirates 49 82 0.374 27½ 26–37 23–45


National League Wild Card

Division leaders W L Pct.
Los Angeles Dodgers 90 41 0.687
New York Mets 85 48 0.639
St. Louis Cardinals 77 55 0.583


Wild Card teams
(Top 3 teams qualify for postseason)
W L Pct. GB
Atlanta Braves 82 51 0.617 +8½
San Diego Padres 74 59 0.556
Philadelphia Phillies 73 59 0.553
Milwaukee Brewers 69 62 0.527
Arizona Diamondbacks 63 68 0.481
San Francisco Giants 62 68 0.477 10
Chicago Cubs 56 76 0.424 17
Colorado Rockies 56 77 0.421 17½
Miami Marlins 55 76 0.420 17½
Cincinnati Reds 52 78 0.400 20
Pittsburgh Pirates 49 82 0.374 23½
Washington Nationals 45 87 0.341 28


Game Log

2022 Game Log: 52–78 (Home: 28–38; Away: 24–40)
April: 3–18 (Home: 1–7; Away: 2–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Streak
1 April 7 @ Braves 6–3 Mahle (1–0) Fried (0–1) Santillan (1) Truist Park 40,545 1–0 W1
2 April 8 @ Braves 6–7 Morton (1–0) Sanmartin (0–1) Truist Park 40,234 1–1 L1
3 April 9 @ Braves 1–2 Wright (1–0) Gutiérrez (0–1) Smith (1) Truist Park 40,310 1–2 L2
4 April 10 @ Braves 6–3 Greene (1–0) Anderson (0–1) Warren (1) Truist Park 38,233 2–2 W1
5 April 12 Guardians 5–10 Stephan (1–0) Strickland (0–1) Great American Ball Park 43,036 2–3 L1
6 April 13 Guardians 3–7 Morgan (1–0) Lodolo (0–1) Great American Ball Park 10,976 2–4 L2
7 April 14 @ Dodgers 3–9 Treinen (1–1) Wilson (0–1) Dodger Stadium 52,955 2–5 L3
8 April 15 @ Dodgers 1–3 Anderson (1–0) Gutiérrez (0–2) Kimbrel (2) Dodger Stadium 51,891 2–6 L4
9 April 16 @ Dodgers 2–5 Phillips (1–0) Greene (1–1) Hudson (1) Dodger Stadium 51,059 2–7 L5
10 April 17 @ Dodgers 1–9 Heaney (1–0) Mahle (1–1) Dodger Stadium 41,167 2–8 L6
11 April 18 @ Padres 1–4 Manaea (2–1) Lodolo (0–2) Rogers (5) Petco Park 31,121 2–9 L7
12 April 19 @ Padres 2–6 Musgrove (2–0) Sanmartin (0–2) Petco Park 31,313 2–10 L8
13 April 20 @ Padres 0–6 Gore (1–0) Gutiérrez (0–3) Petco Park 29,359 2–11 L9
14 April 22 Cardinals 2–4 Matz (2–1) Greene (1–2) Gallegos (4) Great American Ball Park 20,470 2–12 L10
15 April 23 Cardinals 0–5 Hudson (1–1) Mahle (1–2) Great American Ball Park 28,598 2–13 L11
16 April 24 Cardinals 4–1 Lodolo (1–2) Wainwright (2–2) Sims (1) Great American Ball Park 23,124 3–13 W1
17 April 26 Padres 6–9 Musgrove (3–0) Sanmartin (0–3) Suárez (1) Great American Ball Park 10,056 3–14 L1
18 April 27 Padres 5–8 Gore (2–0) Gutiérrez (0–4) Rogers (6) Great American Ball Park 9,192 3–15 L2
19 April 28 Padres 5–7 Martinez (1–2) Mahle (1–3) Rogers (7) Great American Ball Park 10,449 3–16 L3
20 April 29 @ Rockies 4–10 Senzatela (2–1) Greene (1–3) Coors Field 30,206 3–17 L4
21 April 30 @ Rockies 3–4 Kuhl (3–0) Warren (0–1) Bard (6) Coors Field 32,179 3–18 L5
May: 14–13 (Home: 8–5; Away: 6–8)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Streak
22 May 1 @ Rockies 1–10 Freeland (1–3) Sanmartin (0–4) Coors Field 32,574 3–19 L6
23 May 3 @ Brewers 3–6 Woodruff (3–1) Mahle (1–4) Williams (2) American Family Field 21,961 3–20 L7
24 May 4 @ Brewers 4–18 Peralta (1–1) Gutiérrez (0–5) American Family Field 25,413 3–21 L8
25 May 5 @ Brewers 5–10 Houser (3–2) Greene (1–4) American Family Field 21,715 3–22 L9
May 6 Pirates Postponed (rain); Makeup: July 7
26 May 7 (1) Pirates 9–2 Sims (1–0) Crowe (1–2) Great American Ball Park 9,267 4–22 W1
27 May 7 (2) Pirates 5–8 Hembree (2–0) Diehl (0–1) Bednar (3) Great American Ball Park 21,448 4–23 L1
28 May 8 Pirates 7–3 Warren (1–1) Peters (3–1) Great American Ball Park 17,623 5–23 W1
29 May 9 Brewers 10–5 Cessa (1–0) Woodruff (3–2) Great American Ball Park 10,046 6–23 W2
30 May 10 Brewers 4–5 Peralta (2–1) Greene (1–5) Hader (12) Great American Ball Park 10,445 6–24 L1
31 May 11 Brewers 14–11 Díaz (1–0) Houser (3–3) Great American Ball Park 11,851 7–24 W1
32 May 12 @ Pirates 4–0 Overton (1–0) Brubaker (0–3) PNC Park 9,470 8–24 W2
33 May 13 @ Pirates 8–2 Mahle (2–4) Keller (0–5) PNC Park 12,588 9–24 W3
34 May 14 @ Pirates 1–3 Thompson (2–3) Castillo (0–1) Bednar (6) PNC Park 12,959 9–25 L1
35 May 15 @ Pirates 0–1 Stratton (2–1) Greene (1–6) Bednar (7) PNC Park 10,559 9–26 L2
36 May 17 @ Guardians 5–4 (10) Warren (2–1) Sandlin (3–2) Díaz (1) Progressive Field 12,916 10–26 W1
May 18 @ Guardians Postponed (rain); Makeup: May 19
37 May 19 @ Guardians 4–2 Cessa (2–0) Stephan (2–1) Santillan (2) Progressive Field 8,510 11–26 W2
38 May 20 @ Blue Jays 1–2 Ryu (1–0) Castillo (0–2) Romano (13) Rogers Centre 29,300 11–27 L1
39 May 21 @ Blue Jays 1–3 Manoah (5–1) Cessa (2–1) Romano (14) Rogers Centre 39,393 11–28 L2
40 May 22 @ Blue Jays 3–2 Díaz (2–0) García (0–3) Warren (2) Rogers Centre 42,323 12–28 W1
41 May 23 Cubs 4–7 Smyly (2–5) Gutiérrez (0–6) Robertson (6) Great American Ball Park 12,029 12–29 L1
42 May 24 Cubs 4–11 Stroman (2–4) Mahle (2–5) Gsellman (1) Great American Ball Park 14,386 12–30 L2
43 May 25 Cubs 4–3 Castillo (1–2) Hendricks (2–5) Strickland (1) Great American Ball Park 11,417 13–30 W1
44 May 26 Cubs 20–5 Greene (2–6) Steele (1–5) Great American Ball Park 13,578 14–30 W2
45 May 27 Giants 5–1 Ashcraft (1–0) Rodón (4–4) Warren (3) Great American Ball Park 19,000 15–30 W3
46 May 28 Giants 3–2 Gutiérrez (1–6) Wood (3–4) Santillan (3) Great American Ball Park 26,655 16–30 W4
47 May 29 Giants 4–6 Brebbia (3–0) Warren (2–2) Great American Ball Park 20,439 16–31 L1
48 May 31 @ Red Sox 2–1 Castillo (2–2) Wacha (3–1) Santillan (4) Fenway Park 28,577 17–31 W1
June: 9–18 (Home: 3–11; Away: 6–7)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Streak
49 June 1 @ Red Sox 1–7 Whitlock (2–1) Greene (2–7) Fenway Park 30,219 17–32 L1
50 June 2 Nationals 8–1 Ashcraft (2–0) Adon (1–9) Great American Ball Park 12,799 18–32 W1
51 June 3 Nationals 5–8 Gray (6–4) Minor (0–1) Rainey (6) Great American Ball Park 19,032 18–33 L1
52 June 4 Nationals 8–10 Finnegan (2–1) Strickland (0–2) Rainey (7) Great American Ball Park 23,128 18–34 L2
53 June 5 Nationals 4–5 Corbin (2–8) Castillo (2–3) Cishek (1) Great American Ball Park 16,380 18–35 L3
54 June 6 Diamondbacks 7–0 (7) Greene (3–7) Bumgarner (2–5) Great American Ball Park 9,485 19–35 W1
55 June 7 Diamondbacks 14–8 Ashcraft (3–0) Gilbert (0–3) Great American Ball Park 11,512 20–35 W2
56 June 8 Diamondbacks 0–7 Kelly (5–3) Minor (0–2) Great American Ball Park 11,957 20–36 L1
57 June 9 Diamondbacks 4–5 Melancon (2–6) Santillan (0–1) Kennedy (4) Great American Ball Park 13,167 20–37 L2
58 June 10 @ Cardinals 0–2 Pallante (2–0) Castillo (2–4) Helsley (4) Busch Stadium 45,009 20–38 L3
59 June 11 @ Cardinals 4–5 Wittgren (1–0) Kuhnel (0–1) Busch Stadium 43,832 20–39 L4
60 June 12 @ Cardinals 7–6 Hoffman (1–0) Hudson (4–3) Díaz (2) Busch Stadium 43,083 21–39 W1
61 June 13 @ Diamondbacks 5–4 Minor (1–2) Kelly (5–4) Strickland (2) Chase Field 13,735 22–39 W2
62 June 14 @ Diamondbacks 5–3 (12) Cessa (3–1) Poppen (1–1) Kuhnel (1) Chase Field 15,081 23–39 W3
63 June 15 @ Diamondbacks 4–7 Ramirez (2–1) Warren (2–3) Chase Field 14,917 23–40 L1
64 June 17 Brewers 4–5 Lauer (6–2) Detwiler (0–1) Boxberger (1) Great American Ball Park 21,147 23–41 L2
65 June 18 Brewers 3–7 Alexander (1–0) Ashcraft (3–1) Great American Ball Park 25,071 23–42 L3
66 June 19 Brewers 3–6 Houser (4–7) Minor (1–3) Williams (5) Great American Ball Park 25,001 23–43 L4
67 June 21 Dodgers 2–8 Gonsolin (9–0) Mahle (2–6) Great American Ball Park 18,476 23–44 L5
68 June 22 Dodgers 4–8 Vesia (1–0) Detwiler (0–2) Great American Ball Park 17,344 23–45 L6
69 June 23 Dodgers 5–10 Kershaw (5–1) Greene (3–8) Great American Ball Park 21,989 23–46 L7
70 June 24 @ Giants 4–2 Ashcraft (4–1) Cobb (3–3) Strickland (3) Oracle Park 29,178 24–46 W1
71 June 25 @ Giants 2–9 Webb (7–2) Minor (1–4) Oracle Park 40,115 24–47 L1
72 June 26 @ Giants 10–3 Mahle (3–6) DeSclafani (0–2) Oracle Park 32,285 25–47 W1
73 June 28 @ Cubs 5–3 Castillo (3–4) Thompson (7–3) Strickland (4) Wrigley Field 32,732 26–47 W2
74 June 29 @ Cubs 3–8 Steele (3–5) Greene (3–9) Wrigley Field 28,987 26–48 L1
75 June 30 @ Cubs 7–15 Hendricks (4–6) Ashcraft (4–2) Wrigley Field 32,318 26–49 L2
July: 14–12 (Home: 12–9; Away: 2–3)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Streak
76 July 1 Braves 1–9 Fried (8–2) Minor (1–5) Great American Ball Park 28,606 26–50 L3
77 July 2 Braves 1–4 Strider (4–2) Mahle (3–7) Smith (4) Great American Ball Park 26,755 26–51 L4
78 July 3 Braves 4–3 Strickland (1–2) Minter (4–2) Great American Ball Park 21,418 27–51 W1
79 July 4 Mets 4–7 Walker (7–2) Greene (3–10) Lugo (3) Great American Ball Park 19,533 27–52 L1
80 July 5 Mets 1–0 Strickland (2–2) Lugo (1–2) Great American Ball Park 13,487 28–52 W1
81 July 6 Mets 3–8 (10) Ottavino (3–2) Moreta (0–2) Great American Ball Park 13,540 28–53 L1
82 July 7 (1) Pirates 2–4 Contreras (3–2) Minor (1–6) Bednar (14) Great American Ball Park 13,086 28–54 L2
83 July 7 (2) Pirates 5–1 Sanmartin (1–4) Wilson (1–5) Great American Ball Park 9,575 29–54 W1
84 July 8 Rays 2–1 (10) Kuhnel (1–1) Wisler (2–3) Great American Ball Park 26,529 30–54 W2
85 July 9 Rays 5–4 (10) Hoffman (2–0) Faucher (1–3) Great American Ball Park 33,927 31–54 W3
86 July 10 Rays 10–5 Lodolo (2–2) Baz (1–3) Great American Ball Park 21,748 32–54 W4
87 July 12 @ Yankees 4–3 Sanmartin (2–4) Holmes (4–1) Díaz (3) Yankee Stadium 40,235 33–54 W5
88 July 13 @ Yankees 6–7 (10) King (6–1) Díaz (2–1) Yankee Stadium 36,772 33–55 L1
89 July 14 @ Yankees 7–6 (10) Sanmartin (3–4) Luetge (2–3) Moreta (1) Yankee Stadium 41,311 34–55 W1
90 July 15 @ Cardinals 3–7 Pallante (3–4) Greene (3–11) Helsley (8) Busch Stadium 41,221 34–56 L1
91 July 16 @ Cardinals 3–11 Mikolas (7–7) Lodolo (2–3) Busch Stadium 41,014 34–57 L2
July 17 @ Cardinals Postponed (rain); Makeup: September 17
ASG July 19 AL @ NL 3–2 Valdez (1–0) Gonsolin (0–1) Clase (1) Dodger Stadium 52,518 N/A N/A
92 July 22 Cardinals 9–5 Sanmartin (4–4) Wainwright (6–8) Great American Ball Park 25,547 35–57 W1
93 July 23 Cardinals 3–6 Matz (4–3) Minor (1–7) Helsley (9) Great American Ball Park 27,190 35–58 L1
94 July 24 Cardinals 6–3 Mahle (4–7) Mikolas (7–8) Strickland (5) Great American Ball Park 18,813 36–58 W1
95 July 25 Marlins 11–2 Lodolo (3–3) Rogers (4–10) Great American Ball Park 12,948 37–58 W2
96 July 26 Marlins 1–2 López (7–5) Greene (3–12) Scott (13) Great American Ball Park 14,937 37–59 L1
97 July 27 Marlins 5–3 Castillo (4–4) Garrett (2–4) Strickland (6) Great American Ball Park 11,387 38–59 W1
98 July 28 Marlins 6–7 Pop (2–0) Strickland (2–3) Scott (14) Great American Ball Park 14,506 38–60 L1
99 July 29 Orioles 2–6 Tate (2–3) Farmer (0–1) Great American Ball Park 23,658 38–61 L2
100 July 30 Orioles 8–2 Mahle (5–7) Kremer (3–3) Great American Ball Park 29,104 39–61 W1
101 July 31 Orioles 3–2 Díaz (3–1) Bautista (3–3) Farmer (1) Great American Ball Park 20,496 40–61 W2
August: 11–17 (Home: 3–6; Away: 8–11)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Streak
102 August 1 @ Marlins 3–1 Greene (4–12) Luzardo (2–4) Strickland (7) LoanDepot Park 7,701 41–61 W3
103 August 2 @ Marlins 2–1 Ashcraft (5–2) Garrett (2–5) Díaz (4) LoanDepot Park 8,188 42–61 W4
104 August 3 @ Marlins 0–3 Alcántara (10–4) Minor (1–8) LoanDepot Park 8,656 42–62 L1
105 August 5 @ Brewers 1–5 Lauer (8–3) Dugger (0–1) Williams (7) American Family Field 33,239 42–63 L2
106 August 6 @ Brewers 7–5 Farmer (1–1) Ashby (2–10) American Family Field 35,784 43–63 W1
107 August 7 @ Brewers 4–2 (10) Strickland (3–3) Williams (2–2) Detwiler (1) American Family Field 40,063 44–63 W2
108 August 8 @ Mets 1–5 Bassitt (9–7) Dunn (0–1) Citi Field 28,448 44–64 L1
109 August 9 @ Mets 2–6 Carrasco (13–4) Minor (1–9) Citi Field 30,816 44–65 L2
110 August 10 @ Mets 2–10 Walker (10–3) Zeuch (0–1) Citi Field 36,883 44–66 L3
111 August 11dagger Cubs 2–4 Smyly (5–6) Lodolo (3–4) Wick (7) Field of Dreams 7,823 44–67 L4
112 August 13 Cubs 2–7 Newcomb (1–0) Ashcraft (5–3) Great American Ball Park 33,301 44–68 L5
113 August 14 Cubs 8–5 Kuhnel (2–1) Espinoza (0–2) Díaz (5) Great American Ball Park 23,959 45–68 W1
114 August 15 Phillies 3–4 Syndergaard (7–8) Minor (1–10) Domínguez (9) Great American Ball Park 14,635 45–69 L1
115 August 16 Phillies 4–11 Gibson (8–5) Zeuch (0–2) Great American Ball Park 17,074 45–70 L2
116 August 17 Phillies 1–0 Díaz (4–1) Domínguez (6–4) Great American Ball Park 13,622 46–70 W1
117 August 19 @ Pirates 4–5 Crowe (5–7) Kuhnel (2–2) PNC Park 17,706 46–71 L1
118 August 20 @ Pirates 10–1 Dunn (1–1) Beede (1–3) PNC Park 31,761 47–71 W1
119 August 21 @ Pirates 9–5 Minor (2–10) Thompson (3–10) PNC Park 15,046 48–71 W2
120 August 22 @ Phillies 1–4 Syndergaard (8–8) Cessa (3–2) Bellatti (2) Citizens Bank Park 19,166 48–72 L1
121 August 23 @ Phillies 6–7 Hand (3–1) Díaz (4–2) Citizens Bank Park 20,220 48–73 L2
122 August 24 @ Phillies 5–7 Sánchez (2–1) Zeuch (0–3) Robertson (18) Citizens Bank Park 24,400 48–74 L3
123 August 25 @ Phillies 0–4 Nola (9–10) Dunn (1–2) Citizens Bank Park 21,123 48–75 L4
124 August 26 @ Nationals 7–3 Minor (3–10) Cavalli (0–1) Nationals Park 31,256 49–75 W1
125 August 27 @ Nationals 6–2 Gibaut (1–0) Espino (0–6) Díaz (6) Nationals Park 30,325 50–75 W2
126 August 28 @ Nationals 2–3 Corbin (5–17) Lodolo (3–5) Finnegan (8) Nationals Park 31,411 50–76 L1
127 August 29 Cardinals 4–13 Stratton (7–4) Anderson (0–1) Great American Ball Park 11,051 50–77 L2
128 August 30 Cardinals 5–1 Law (1–1) Hudson (7–7) Great American Ball Park 13,271 51–77 W1
129 August 31 Cardinals 3–5 (13) Pallante (6–4) Anderson (0–2) Great American Ball Park 13,613 51–78 L1
daggerThe Reds will be the home team against the Cubs at the Field of Dreams movie site in the 2nd MLB at Field of Dreams game.
September: 1–0 (Home: 1–0; Away: 0–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Streak
130 September 2 Rockies 3–2 Díaz (5–2) Colomé (2–7) Great American Ball Park 16,763 52–78 W1
131 September 3 Rockies Great American Ball Park
132 September 4 Rockies Great American Ball Park
133 September 6 @ Cubs Wrigley Field
134 September 7 @ Cubs Wrigley Field
135 September 8 @ Cubs Wrigley Field
136 September 9 @ Brewers American Family Field
137 September 10 @ Brewers American Family Field
138 September 11 @ Brewers American Family Field
139 September 12 Pirates Great American Ball Park
140 September 13 (1) Pirates Great American Ball Park
141 September 13 (2) Pirates Great American Ball Park
142 September 14 Pirates Great American Ball Park
143 September 15 @ Cardinals Busch Stadium
144 September 16 @ Cardinals Busch Stadium
145 September 17 (1) @ Cardinals Busch Stadium
146 September 17 (2) @ Cardinals Busch Stadium
147 September 18 @ Cardinals Busch Stadium
148 September 20 Red Sox Great American Ball Park
149 September 21 Red Sox Great American Ball Park
150 September 22 Brewers Great American Ball Park
151 September 23 Brewers Great American Ball Park
152 September 24 Brewers Great American Ball Park
153 September 25 Brewers Great American Ball Park
154 September 26 @ Pirates PNC Park
155 September 27 @ Pirates PNC Park
156 September 28 @ Pirates PNC Park
157 September 30 @ Cubs Wrigley Field
October: 0–0 (Home: 0–0; Away: 0–0)
# Date Opponent Score Win Loss Save Stadium Attendance Record Streak
158 October 1 @ Cubs Wrigley Field
159 October 2 @ Cubs Wrigley Field
160 October 3 Cubs Great American Ball Park
161 October 4 Cubs Great American Ball Park
162 October 5 Cubs Great American Ball Park
Legend:        = Win        = Loss        = Postponement
Bold = Reds team member

Roster

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Bullpen

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Infielders

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Pitchers

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Manager

Coaches

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Statistics

Batting

(through May 22, 2022)
Players in bold are on the active roster.
Note: G = Games played; AB = At bats; R = Runs; H = Hits; 2B = Doubles; 3B = Triples; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in; SB = Stolen bases; BB = Walks; K = Strikeouts; Avg. = Batting average; OBP = On base percentage; SLG = Slugging percentage; TB = Total bases

Player G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BB K AVG OBP SLG TB
Albert Almora 9 27 4 8 2 0 0 1 1 1 7 .296 .321 .370 10
Aristides Aquino 16 45 3 4 1 0 1 4 1 2 24 .089 .128 .178 8
Ronnie Dawson 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 .000 .000 .000 0
Brandon Drury 32 110 19 27 8 0 7 22 0 13 29 .245 .333 .509 56
Kyle Farmer 36 128 12 29 11 0 1 17 2 7 23 .227 .284 .336 43
Jake Fraley 15 43 5 5 2 0 1 3 1 4 12 .116 .208 .233 10
TJ Friedl 20 67 10 12 3 1 0 4 4 5 14 .179 .237 .254 17
Aramis Garcia 19 49 4 9 1 0 1 1 0 2 17 .184 .216 .265 13
Jonathan India 11 44 5 13 2 0 0 3 0 1 10 .295 .311 .341 15
Mark Kolozsvary 6 11 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 5 .091 .091 .182 2
Alejo López 15 33 3 9 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 .273 .314 .303 10
Colin Moran 32 89 8 18 2 0 4 21 0 12 24 .202 .288 .360 32
Taylor Motter 2 6 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 .167 .167 .167 1
Mike Moustakas 29 99 15 23 5 0 3 10 0 9 25 .232 .319 .374 37
Tyler Naquin 33 120 17 31 11 1 4 21 3 7 34 .258 .310 .467 56
Tommy Pham 38 136 22 30 5 0 4 12 3 23 38 .221 .333 .346 47
Matt Reynolds 20 50 6 12 3 0 0 2 2 9 18 .240 .356 .300 15
J. T. Riddle 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .250 .250 .250 1
Reiver Sanmartín 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 .000 .000 0
Nick Senzel 17 52 4 10 3 0 1 3 0 2 8 .192 .222 .308 16
Tyler Stephenson 28 89 13 27 6 0 4 20 1 6 29 .303 .357 .506 45
Joey Votto 25 85 5 12 3 0 1 5 0 13 30 .141 .284 .212 18
TEAM TOTALS 40 1292 155 282 70 2 32 150 18 117 359 .218 .291 .350 452

Source[19]

Pitching

(through May 22, 2022)
Players in bold are on the active roster.
Note: W = Wins; L = Losses; ERA = Earned run average; WHIP = Walks plus hits per inning pitched; G = Games pitched; GS = Games started; SV = Saves; IP = Innings pitched; H = Hits allowed; R = Runs allowed; ER = Earned runs allowed; BB = Walks allowed; K = Strikeouts

Player W L ERA WHIP G GS SV IP H R ER BB K
Graham Ashcraft 0 0 4.15 1.39 1 1 0 4.1 4 2 2 2 3
Luis Castillo 0 2 4.60 1.15 3 3 0 15.2 14 8 8 4 12
Luis Cessa 2 1 4.41 1.22 14 1 0 16.1 16 8 8 4 12
Ross Detwiler 0 0 0.00 1.00 1 0 0 1.0 0 0 0 1 2
Alexis Díaz 2 0 0.92 0.97 18 0 1 19.2 8 2 2 11 24
Phil Diehl 0 0 11.12 1.94 5 0 0 5.2 18 7 7 3 3
Daniel Duarte 0 0 10.13 2.25 3 0 0 2.2 3 3 3 3 2
Robert Dugger 0 0 9.00 2.00 1 0 0 3.0 5 3 3 1 5
Hunter Greene 1 6 5.49 1.48 8 8 0 39.1 36 25 24 22 50
Vladimir Gutiérrez 0 5 8.65 1.96 6 6 0 26.0 32 25 25 19 19
Ryan Hendrix 0 0 8.10 2.70 5 0 0 3.1 5 3 3 4 4
Jeff Hoffman 0 0 1.74 1.11 14 0 0 20.2 16 5 4 7 19
Joel Kuhnel 0 0 3.00 1.33 3 0 0 3.0 3 1 1 1 4
Nick Lodolo 1 2 5.52 1.57 3 3 0 14.2 18 9 9 5 19
Tyler Mahle 2 4 5.23 1.40 9 9 0 43.0 38 27 25 18 40
Dauri Moreta 0 1 9.88 1.54 15 1 0 13.2 15 15 15 6 16
Connor Overton 1 0 1.82 0.82 4 4 0 24.2 15 5 5 7 10
Matt Reynolds 0 0 0.00 6.00 1 0 0 0.1 2 0 0 0 0
Reiver Sanmartín 0 4 13.78 2.27 5 4 0 16.1 28 25 25 9 10
Tony Santillan 0 0 5.14 1.36 14 0 2 14.0 13 8 8 6 16
Lucas Sims 1 0 9.45 1.65 6 0 1 6.2 5 7 7 6 5
Jared Solomon 0 0 0.00 1.50 2 0 0 2.0 2 0 0 1 5
Hunter Strickland 0 1 5.74 1.92 16 0 0 15.2 16 10 10 14 12
Art Warren 2 1 6.14 1.57 16 0 2 14.2 14 10 10 9 15
Justin Wilson 0 1 2.45 0.82 5 0 0 3.2 3 1 1 0 7
TEAM TOTALS 12 28 5.61 1.48 40 40 6 342.0 334 219 213 172 335

Source[19]

Farm system

See also: Minor League Baseball

Level Team League Manager
AAA Louisville Bats Triple-A East Pat Kelly
AA Chattanooga Lookouts Double-A South Jose Moreno
High-A Dayton Dragons High-A Central Bryan LaHair
Low-A Daytona Tortugas Low-A Southeast Gookie Dawkins
Rookie ACL Reds Arizona Complex League Julio Morillo
Foreign Rookie DSL Reds Dominican Summer League Gustavo Molina

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