March 14, 2013

In brief: I just hate the Giants

Last Game
The Reds took a beating at the hands of the Giants yesterday and lost 9-5. Bronson Arroyo started and put in a decent performance: 2 runs (1 earned) on 4 hits in 4.0 innings. If it was just his and the 1 run that Sean Marshall allowed, the outcome would have been different, but Pedro Villarreal came in in the eighth and gave up the other 6 runs (earned) on 7 hits in 0.1 inning of work.

Next Game
The Reds take on Seattle today at 4:05 p.m. Homer Bailey will be taking on the likes of these guys:

Jay Bruce Baseball Camp
It’s time again for Jay Bruce Baseball Camp. For a 25-year old, it sure seems like he’s been doing this for a long time. For those of you with 6-14-year old aspiring Silver Sluggers, here’s the press release:

Date and Location set for Cincinnati Reds’ All-Star Outfielder Jay Bruce’s 2013 Baseball ProCamp.

Jay Bruce Baseball Pro Camp logoCincinnati, OH- Join All-Star outfielder Jay Bruce for baseball instruction and fun at the 2013 Jay Bruce Baseball ProCamp presented by SunnyD and CBTS.

Bruce will be on the site to direct the two-day event, July 19th and 20th from 9:00AM-12:30PM at Sycamore High School. He will be joined by a selection of the top prep and college coaches from the area.

Camp is open to boys and girls ages 6 to 14 and focuses on baseball fundamentals. Groups will be small to ensure each participant gets personalized instruction. Bruce will talk about the finer points of the game and beyond.

Participants receive an autographed team photo with Bruce, ProCamp T-shirt, goodie bag and the opportunity to win additional prizes. Cost of the camp is $199. Spots are limited, so participants are encouraged to register early.

Additional camp partners include The Christ Hospital and Kroger. Media partners include Fox Sports Ohio, 700 WLW, Cincinnati’s ESPN 1530 and Fox Sports 1360.

Additional information and registration is available by visiting:

What to Say to Sound Smart at the Water Cooler
Birkenstocks have been around for 239 years, about 70 years longer than the game called baseball.

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