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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Johnny Cueto
Eric Hosmer and Salvador Perez each homered off Johnny Cueto and drove in three runs, helping the Kansas City Royals beat the Cincinnati Reds 9-5 Tuesday.
Cleveland star catcher Carlos Santana made his first start at third base and got a hit. No chances to show off his glove, though.
Left-hander Tony Cingrani is trying to shed his distinction as one of the major leagues' most fastball-reliant pitchers.
No bushy bonding in Cincinnati this season. The Reds want players to keep their beards and their locks in check.
Johnny Cueto stood in front of his locker, surrounded by a semicircle of reporters wondering how the Cincinnati Reds' ace was feeling. Missing from the group: a translator.
Billy Hamilton and Bryan Price now take over where Shin-Soo Choo and Dusty Baker left off. Will the Reds take the next step?
The Pittsburgh Pirates went 21 years between playoff games. The wait will be significantly shorter this time around. Russell Martin homered twice, Francisco Liriano was dominant for seven innings and the Pittsburgh Pirates roared past Cincinnati for a 6-2 victory in the NL wild-card game Tuesday night.
The Reds have lost top starter Johnny Cueto for at least a few weeks because of a strained muscle in his back, the third significant injury for the defending NL Central champions in the season's opening weeks.
When it comes to early series, during that period in the baseball season when it's far too soon to read much into results though still fun to try, the Washington Nationals' clash with the Cincinnati Reds was billed as one of the best. What came out in the Nationals' 6-3 loss, though, was one of the worst starts of Stephen Strasburg's career.
Raised only 34 miles apart in central Tennessee, R.A. Dickey and David Price won baseball's Cy Young awards on Wednesday — one by a wide margin, the other in a tight vote.
R.A. Dickey languished in the minors for 14 years, bouncing from one team to another before finally perfecting that perplexing knuckleball that made him a major league star.
eds owner Bob Castellini couldn't imagine Dusty Baker leaving.
Reds owner Bob Castellini couldn't imagine Dusty Baker leaving.
Facing elimination again, the San Francisco Giants came out swinging. Got a saving relief appearance from Tim Lincecum, too.
Angel Pagan connects on the second pitch of the game. A Giants team that finished last in homers goes on to hit three. Tim Lincecum pitches like a two-time Cy Young winner — this time, out of the bullpen.
"I feel good," said Cueto, who threw 45 pitches in his first outing. "Nothing is sore."
"I'm trying," he said.