|A green Reds' hat? That ain't right.|
Now let's take a look at the good, the bad, and the notables from today's St. Patrick's Day bout:
-Brandon Phillips got things off to a good start with a leadoff homerun.
-As mentioned Zack Cozart had a huge day, going 2-3, both triples, with three RBIs, and a run scored.
-Chris Valaika had a nice day, subbing in for Phillips, with two hits and two RBIs in three at-bats.
-Looking to get on track this spring, Chris Heisey had a strong 2-2 day, including two runs scored and two stolen bases.
-Bronson Arroyo had a great start, throwing four innings of one run ball, allowing four hits, while striking out two Indians, and walking none.
-Logan Ondrusek, Jose Arredondo, Kanekoa Texeira, and Andrew Brackman combined to throw four scoreless innings, with Texeira allowing the only hit.
-Joey Votto and Valaika each committed their first error of the spring.
-Votto, Jay Bruce, Drew Stubbs, and Juan Francisco, who will probably all be on the opening day 25-man roster, went a combined 0-8, though #Bruuuuuce did have an RBI.
-The Reds were just 3-12 with runners in scoring position.
-Today's Reds-Indians affair lasted 2:56, while 6,593 fans enjoyed some baseball on a cloudy 73-degree day.
-Tomorrow the Reds will face off against the Diamondbacks in Goodyear. Mike Leake will make the start, while Sean Marshall and Sam LeCure will pitch in relief according to Reds.com.