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Topic - Jay Bruce
Reliever Kevin Siegrist's left forearm tightened up again after his latest outing, prompting the St. Louis Cardinals to put the reliever on the disabled list on Saturday before the second game of a series against the Cincinnati Reds.
The Reds revamped their bench for a series against the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday, calling up outfielder Donald Lutz and optioning infielder Neftali Soto to Triple-A Louisville.
The short-handed Reds could have used some power bats on Sunday.
Jay Bruce was on hand to greet his Cincinnati teammates when they returned home Friday.
Reds right fielder Jay Bruce had surgery Monday to repair torn cartilage in his left knee and will be sidelined for about a month.
Cincinnati Reds right fielder Jay Bruce was scratched from their original starting lineup for Sunday's game against Milwaukee with left knee soreness.
It looked like Alfredo Simon's bubble was about to burst.
Homer Bailey doesn't even need to be at his best to win at Wrigley Field.
Jay Bruce thought he had it, until the ball glanced off his glove. He wouldn't have argued if it had been ruled an error.
Lance Lynn dug another early hole. The St. Louis Cardinals offense climbed right out of it.
Billy Hamilton has been too fast for everyone besides the Mets.
Lucas Duda made the Mets look awfully smart, for one night at least.
The defending National League champions opened the season with a lot of waiting. And a couple of wins, too.
Yu Darvish pitched five positive innings and Jurickson Profar homered as the Texas Rangers beat the Cincinnati Reds 8-2 Monday.
Jay Bruce was Mr. Clinch again, hitting the homer that got the Reds' championship party started on the second try.
"I just jumped a tad early," Bruce said. "Error or not, it's a ball I should have caught and I expect to catch."
"All the games count the same," Bruce said. "We know if we're going to do well in this division we've got to beat the Cardinals."