2010 Cincinnati Reds season

The 2010 Cincinnati Reds season was the 141st season for the franchise in Major League Baseball, and their 8th at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. The Reds began their season at home against the St. Louis Cardinals on April 5, losing 11 to 6. Cincinnati was coming off a 78-84 (.481) season and fourth place in the NL Central. The Reds were managed by Dusty Baker, who was in his third season with the team. His coaches were Mark Berry (third base), Billy Hatcher (first base), Brook Jacoby (hitting), Juan Lopez (bullpen), Bryan Price (pitching), and Chris Speier (bench). For the second year in a row, Cincinnati hosted the Major League Baseball Civil Rights Game. They played St. Louis Cardinals and won 4 to 3. The majority owner of the Cincinnati Reds was Robert Castellini; the general manager was Walt Jocketty. Their home field was Great American Ball Park.

2010 Cincinnati Reds
National League Central Champions
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record91–71 (.562)
Divisional place1st
Other information
Owner(s)Bob Castellini
General manager(s)Walt Jocketty
Manager(s)Dusty Baker
Local televisionFox Sports Ohio
(Thom Brennaman, Paul Keels, Chris Welsh, Jeff Brantley)
Local radioWLW (700 AM)
Cincinnati Reds Radio Network
(Marty Brennaman, Jeff Brantley, Jim Kelch)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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The Cincinnati Reds clinched the National League Central division and a trip to the MLB postseason on September 28 by a walk-off home run from outfielder Jay Bruce. This was the first time the Reds were in the postseason since the 1995 season. The 2010 season ended when the Reds were swept by the Philadelphia Phillies in the NLDS.

Offseason

The 2010 Cincinnati Reds offseason was marked by two key pickups. After acquiring a key player in Scott Rolen midway through the 2009 season, another veteran was added in Orlando Cabrera. In late December 2009, the Reds GM Walt Jocketty made a move to acquire Aroldis Chapman out of Cuba. With the many late season wins in the 2009 season, many picked the Reds to finish higher than they did the previous season.

Regular season

April

May

  • May 10–12: The Reds swept the Pittsburgh Pirates three games to none, after being swept by the same team a few weeks before.
  • May 14–16: The Reds take 2 out of 3 from their division rivals, the St. Louis Cardinals. The Reds ended the month of May in first place.

June

  • June 18–20: The Reds ran into trouble during the first stop of their interleague road trip against the Seattle Mariners. They were swept in three games.
  • June 21–23: Cincinnati rebounded after the disappointing sweep in Seattle, and swept the Oakland Athletics in three games to close out the AL west coast road trip.

July

  • July 1–7: Cincinnati started the month of July strong. They took 3 out of 4 from the Chicago Cubs and 2 out of 3 from the New York Mets.
  • July 8–11: The Reds suffered four straight devastating losses to the Philadelphia Phillies. Starting Pitcher Travis Wood had a spoiled perfect game attempt during this series during the 9th inning of one of the games.
  • The All Star Game: The Reds had four all stars that went to Anaheim. They were Joey Votto, Brandon Phillips, Scott Rolen, and Arthur Rhodes. Votto received the final spot in the National League roster after winning a fan vote.

August

  • August 10–12: The Reds were swept three games to none by division rival St. Louis, and dropped out of first place. Derogatory comments about the Cardinals by Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips led to a first inning argument between Phillips and Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina, that turned into a benches-clearing brawl and the suspensions of managers Dusty Baker (Cincinnati) and Tony La Russa (St. Louis), as well as Reds starter Johnny Cueto, who injured Chris Carpenter and Jason LaRue of the Cardinals by kicking with his spikes while pinned against the backstop during the fight. It ultimately led to LaRue's retirement.
  • August 13–20: Following the Cardinal's sweep of the Reds, Cincinnati went on to win eight of their next nine games, sweeping both the Florida Marlins and the Arizona Diamondbacks and winning a three-game series against the Los Angeles Dodgers two to one. Homer Bailey returned to the Reds lineup and was the starting pitcher in the third game against the Marlins, pitching a seven inning shutout. Meanwhile, the Cardinals went on to lose six of their next seven games, giving the Reds back the control of the Central Division.

September

The Reds won the National League Central over second-place St. Louis Cardinals by five games.

Standings

NL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
Cincinnati Reds 9171 0.562 49–32 42–39
St. Louis Cardinals 8676 0.531 5 52–29 34–47
Milwaukee Brewers 7785 0.475 14 40–41 37–44
Houston Astros 7686 0.469 15 42–39 34–47
Chicago Cubs 7587 0.463 16 35–46 40–41
Pittsburgh Pirates 57105 0.352 34 40–41 17–64

Record vs. opponents


Source: [1]
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL FLA HOU LAD MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona3–41–62–59–93–34–35–133–45–12–42–48–105–134–53–46–9
Atlanta4–34–23–22–411–75–15–35–211–78–106–34–24–32–68–109–6
Chicago6–12–44–122–34–27–113–49–63–44–25–103–52–59–64–28–10
Cincinnati5–22–312–42–55–210–55–411–34–22–510–62–43–46–124–38–7
Colorado9–94–23–25–23–42–47–115–43–31–63–412–69–93–45–39–6
Florida3–37–112–42–54–33–34–24–412–65–136–23–62–53–213–57–8
Houston3–41–511–75–104–23–32–48–73–44–311–42–52–710–54–43–12
Los Angeles13–53–54–34–511–72–44–24–23–42–44–38–108–103–43–34–11
Milwaukee4–32–56–93–114–54–47–82–45–21–513–53–42–58–74–29–6
New York1–57–114–32–43–36–124–34–32–59–96–13–33–43–39–913–5
Philadelphia4–210–82–45–26–113–53–44–25–19–92–45–23–34–412–610–8
Pittsburgh4–23–610–56–104–32–64–113–45–131–64–20–62–46–91–52–13
San Diego10–82–45–34–26–126–35–210–84–33–32–56–012–63–43–39–6
San Francisco13–53–45–24–39–95–27–210–85–24–33–34–26–123–34–27–8
St. Louis5–46–26–912–64–32–35–104–37–83–34–49–64–33–33–39–6
Washington4–310–82–43–43–55–134–43–32–49–96–125–13–32–43–35–13

Detailed record

TeamHomeAwayTotalWin %Gms Left
NL East
Atlanta Braves2–10–22–3.4000
Florida Marlins3–02–25–2.7140
New York Mets2–12–14–2.6670
Philadelphia Phillies2–10–42–5.2860
Washington Nationals2–22–14–3.5710
11–56–1017–15.5310
NL Central
Chicago Cubs6–36–112–4.7500
Houston Astros4–26–310–5.6670
Milwaukee Brewers7–14–211–3.7690
Pittsburgh Pirates5–25–410–6.6150
St. Louis Cardinals3–63-66–12.3330
23–1224–1646–28.6220
NL West
Arizona Diamondbacks2-23–05–2.7140
Colorado Rockies2–10–42–5.2860
Los Angeles Dodgers3–32–15–4.5560
San Diego Padres1–21–22–4.3330
San Francisco Giants2–21-23–4.4290
10–107–917–19.4720
American League
Cleveland Indians2–12–14–2.6670
Kansas City Royals1–2N/A1–2.3330
Oakland AthleticsN/A3–03–01.0000
Seattle MarinersN/A0–30–3.0000
3–45–48–8.5000
Month Games Won Lost Win %
April231211.522
May291811.621
June271413.519
July261412.538
August27198.704
September271215.444
October221.667
1629171.562
Games Won Lost Win %
Home814932.605
Away814239.519

Game log

Legend
Reds Win Reds Loss Game Postponed
2010 Game Log
April (12–11)
#DateOpponent (TV)ScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
1April 5Cardinals (FSO, ESPN)L 6–11Carpenter (1–0)Harang (0–1)42,4930–1
2April 7Cardinals (FSO)L 3–6Wainwright (1–0)Herrera (0–1)Franklin (1)28,1320–2
3April 8CardinalsW 2–1Cordero (1–0)Motte (0–1)13,4451–2
4April 9Cubs (FSO)W 5–4Owings (1–0)Caridad (0–1)Cordero (1)24,4192–2
5April 10Cubs (FSO)L 3–4Zambrano (1–1)Rhodes (0–1)Mármol (2)27,2352–3
6April 11Cubs (FSO)W 3–1Masset (1–0)Garbow (0–2)Cordero (2)26,9453–3
7April 12@ Marlins (FSO)W 6–5 (10)Masset (2–0)Badenhop (0–1)Cordero (3)10,1194–3
8April 13@ Marlins (FSO)W 10–8 (11)Owings (2–0)Meyer (0–1)Cordero (4)10,6815–3
9April 14@ Marlins (FSO)L 3–5Volstad (1–1)Bailey (0–1)Badenhop (1)14,3905–4
10April 15@ Marlins (FSO)L 2–10Johnson (1–1)Harang (0–2)12,9125–5
11April 16@ Pirates (FSO)L 3–4Dotel (1–0)Masset (2–1)14,7585–6
12April 17@ Pirates (FSO)L 4–5Taschner (1–0)Cordero (1–1)25,1965–7
13April 18@ Pirates (FSO)L 3–5Maholm (1–1)Arroyo (0–1)Dotel (3)13,8605–8
14April 20Dodgers (FSO)W 11–9Lincoln (1–0)Troncoso (1–1)Cordero (5)12,9656–8
15April 21Dodgers (FSO)L 6–14Kuroda (2–0)Harang (0–3)12,2036–9
16April 22Dodgers (FSO)W 8–5Leake (1–0)Kuo (0–1)Cordero (6)13,2617–9
17April 23Padres (FSO)L 4–10Correia (3–1)Arroyo (0–2)15,1837–10
18April 24Padres (FSO)L 0–5LeBlanc (1–0)Cueto (0–1)19,9997–11
19April 25Padres (FSO)W 5–4Rhodes (1–1)Adams (0–1)Cordero (7)17,6948–11
20April 27@ Astros (FSO)W 6–2Harang (1–3)Norris (1–2)22,4679–11
21April 28@ Astros (FSO)W 6–4Leake (2–0)Paulino (0–3)21,03510–11
22April 29@ Astros (FSO)W 4–2Arroyo (1–2)Oswalt (2–3)Cordero (8)21,49311–11
23April 30@ Cardinals (FSO)W 3–2Cueto (1–1)Penny (3–1)Cordero (9)39,85012–11
May (18–11)
#DateOpponent (TV)ScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
24May 1@ Cardinals (FSO)L 3–6Franklin (1–0)Fisher (0–1)41,53612–12
25May 2@ Cardinals (FSO)L 0–6Carpenter (4–0)Harang (1–4)43,29212–13
26May 3Mets (FSO)W 3–2 (11)Masset (3–1)Acosta (1–1)14,35013–13
27May 4Mets (FSO)L 4–5Feliciano (1–0)Cordero (1–2)Rodríguez (4)13,81313–14
28May 5MetsW 5–4 (10)Owings (3–0)Feliciano (1–1)16,79814–14
29May 7Cubs (FSO)L 7–14Silva (3–0)Bailey (0–2)20,03014–15
30May 8Cubs (FSO)W 14–2Harang (2–4)Gorzelanny (1–4)29,40415–15
31May 9Cubs (FSO)W 5–3Leake (3–0)Dempster (2–3)Cordero (10)20,40216–15
32May 10@ Pirates (FSO)W 2–1Arroyo (2–2)Ohlendorf (0–1)Cordero (11)9,04517–15
33May 11@ Pirates (FSO)W 9–0Cueto (2–1)Morton (1–6)9,02718–15
34May 12@ PiratesW 5–0Bailey (1–2)Duke (2–4)20,06419–15
35May 14Cardinals (FSO)L 3–4García (2–4)Harang (2–5)Franklin (8)27,56819–16
36May 15Cardinals (FSO)W 4–3Leake (4–0)Wainwright (5–2)Cordero (12)41,32620–16
37May 16Cardinals (FSO)W 7–2Arroyo (3–2)Penny (3–4)26,71221–16
38May 17Brewers (FSO)W 6–3Cueto (3–1)Coffey (1–1)Cordero (13)12,40922–16
39May 18BrewersW 5–4Fisher (1–1)Hoffman (1–3)17,69723–16
40May 19@ Braves (FSO)L 4–5Wagner (4–0)Masset (3–2)25,34723–17
41May 20@ BravesL 9–10Kimbrel (1–0)Cordero (1–3)21,62123–18
42May 21@ Indians (FSO)W 7–4Arroyo (4–2)Laffey (0–1)Cordero (14)23,02824–18
43May 22@ Indians (FSO)W 6–4Cueto (4–1)Carmona (4–2)25,53125–18
44May 23@ Indians (FSO)L 3–4Huff (2–6)Herrera (0–2)Wood (1)21,04425–19
45May 24Pirates (FSO)W 7–5Harang (3–5)Burres (2–2)Cordero (15)13,38526–19
46May 25Pirates (FSO)L 1–2Hanrahan (1–0)Masset (3–3)Dotel (10)14,47126–20
47May 26Pirates (FSO)W 4–0Arroyo (5–2)Ohlendorf (0–3)18,17327–20
48May 27Pirates (FSO)W 8–2Cueto (5–1)Morton (1–9)16,83428–20
49May 28Astros (FSO)W 15–6LeCure (1–0)Rodríguez (2–7)30,81329–20
50May 29Astros (FSO)W 12–2Harang (4–5)Moehler (0–2)36,91830–20
51May 30Astros (FSO)L 0–2 (10)Lyon (4–1)Owings (3–1)Lindstrom (11)36,03830–21
52May 31@ Cardinals (FSO)L 4–12García (5–2)Arroyo (5–3)40,78230–22
June (14–13)
#DateOpponent (TV)ScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
53June 1@ Cardinals (FSO)W 9–8Del Rosario (1–0)Reyes (2–1)Cordero (16)37,41431–22
54June 2@ Cardinals (FSO)L 1–4Carpenter (7–1)LeCure (1–1)McClellan (1)39,29531–23
55June 4@ Nationals (FSO)L 2–4Clippard (8–3)Del Rosario (1–1)Capps (18)33,77431–24
56June 5@ Nationals (FSO)W 5–1Leake (5–0)Atilano (5–1)22,89632–24
57June 6@ Nationals (FSO)W 5–4 (10)Cordero (2–3)Slaten (2–1)Masset (1)27,20233–24
58June 7Giants (FSO)L 5–6Romo (2–3)Herrera (0–3)Wilson (17)18,45733–25
59June 8Giants (FSO)L 0–3Cain (5–4)LeCure (1–2)13,01133–26
60June 9Giants (FSO)W 6–3Harang (5–5)Sánchez (4–5)14,70034–26
61June 10GiantsW 7–6Rhodes (2–1)Mota (0–2)Cordero (17)19,24135–26
62June 11Royals (FSO)L 5–6 (11)Marte (1–0)Owings (3–2)Soria (15)25,84735–27
63June 12Royals (FSO)W 11–5Cueto (6–1)Bannister (6–4)34,24036–27
64June 13Royals (FSO)L 3–7Greinke (2–8)LeCure (1–3)23,74736–28
65June 15Dodgers (FSO)L 0–12Kuroda (6–4)Harang (5–6)22,63936–29
66June 16Dodgers (FSO)L 2–6Kershaw (7–3)Leake (5–1)Kuo (1)22,08336–30
67June 17DodgersW 7–1Arroyo (6–3)Ely (3–4)25,58537–30
68June 18@ Mariners (FSO)L 0–1Lee (5–3)Cueto (6–2)43,36237–31
69June 19@ Mariners (FSO)L 1–5Hernández (5–5)LeCure (1–4)26,46837–32
70June 20@ Mariners (FSO)L 0–1Rowland-Smith (1–6)Harang (5–6)Aardsma (15)32,71237–33
71June 21@ Athletics (FSO)W 6–4 (10)Cordero (3–3)Wuertz (2–1)Smith (1)11,08838–33
72June 22@ Athletics (FSO)W 4–2Arroyo (7–3)Braden (4–7)Cordero (18)12,13639–33
73June 23@ AthleticsW 3–0Cueto (7–2)Mazzaro (2–2)Cordero (19)20,82440–33
74June 25Indians (FSO)W 10–3Harang (6–7)Laffey (0–2)32,84441–33
75June 26IndiansW 6–4Herrera (1–3)Masterson (2–7)Cordero (20)37,75742–33
76June 27Indians (FSO)L 3-5Talbot (8–6)Arroyo (7–4)Wood (6)25,87742–34
77June 28Phillies (FSO)W 7–3Cueto (8–2)Kendrick (4–3)22,09043–34
78June 29Phillies (FSO)L 6–9 (10)Lidge (1–0)Rhodes (2–2)Romero (3)26,67943–35
79June 30PhilliesW 4–3Rhodes (3–2)Halladay (9–7)Cordero (21)27,24544–35
July (14–12)
#DateOpponent (TV)ScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
80July 1@ Cubs (FSO)W 3–2 (10)Smith (1–0)Howry (1–2)Cordero (22)36,88045–35
81July 2@ Cubs (FSO)W 12–0Arroyo (8–4)Dempster (6–7)40,36146–35
82July 3@ Cubs (FSO)L 1–3Wells (4–6)Smith (1–1)Mármol (15)40,66746–36
83July 4@ Cubs (FSO)W 14–3Leake (6–1)Lilly (3–7)41,07947–36
84July 5@ Mets (FSO)W 8–6Smith (2–1)Pelfrey (10–3)Cordero (23)36,76448–36
85July 6@ Mets (FSO)L 0–3Santana (6–5)Maloney (0-1)27,47348–37
86July 7@ Mets (FSO, ESPN)W 3–1Arroyo (9–4)Niese (6–3)Cordero (24)30,02949–37
87July 8@ Phillies (FSO, MLBN)L 3–4 (12)Figueroa (2–1)Smith (2–2)45,08649–38
88July 9@ Phillies (FSO)L 7–9 (10)Madson (2–0)Rhodes (3–3)45,02949–39
89July 10@ Phillies (FSO, MLBN)L 0–1 (11)Contreras (4–3)Bray (0–1)45,34749–40
90July 11@ Phillies (FSO)L 0–1Hamels (7–7)Maloney (0–2)Lidge (6)44,91349–41
July 13: 2010 MLB All-Star Game – Anaheim, California at Angel Stadium (National League: 3, American League: 1)
91July 16Rockies (FSO)W 3–2Arroyo (10–4)Hammel (7–4)Cordero (25)37,18850–41
92July 17Rockies (FSO)W 8–1Vólquez (1–0)de la Rosa (3–2)41,30051–41
93July 18Rockies (FSO)L 0–1Cook (5–4)Wood (0–1)Street (6)25,15951–42
94July 19Nationals (FSO)W 7–2Cueto (9–2)Martin (1–5)21,24352–42
95July 20Nationals (FSO)W 8–7Leake (7–1)Atilano (6–7)Cordero (26)22,87653–42
96July 21Nationals (FSO, ESPN)L 5–8Strasburg (5–2)Arroyo (10–5)Capps (24)37,86853–43
97July 22NationalsL 1–7Hernández (7–6)Vólquez (1–1)23,11553–44
98July 23@ Astros (FSO)W 6–4Ondrusek (1–0)Byradk (1–1)Cordero (27)30,57554–44
99July 24@ Astros (FSO)W 7–0Cueto (10–2)Oswalt (6–12)31,55255–44
100July 25@ Astros (FSO)L 0-4Rodríguez (8–11)Leake (7–2)25,70555–45
101July 26@ Brewers (FSO)L 1–2Villanueva (1–0)Arroyo (10–6)Axford (15)31,94555–46
102July 27@ Brewers (FSO)W 12–4Ondrusek (2–0)Gallardo (9–5)32,28656–46
103July 28@ Brewers (FSO)W 10–2Wood (1–1)Narveson (8–7)38,36557–46
104July 30Braves (FSO)L 4–6 (10)Chavez (3–2)Cordero (3–4)Wagner (24)40,37357–47
105July 31Braves (Fox)W 5–2Arroyo (11–6)Jurrjens (3–4)Cordero (28)41,61158–47
August (19–8)
#DateOpponent (TV)ScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
106August 1Braves (FSO)W 2–1Vólquez (2–1)Hanson (8–8)Cordero (29)40,87159–47
107August 2@ Pirates (FSO)W 4–0Wood (2–1)Ohlendorf (1–9)15,17260–47
108August 3@ Pirates (FSO)L 6–7Maholm (7–9)Leake (7–3)Hanrahan (1)13,62360–48
109August 4@ PiratesW 9–4Cueto (11–2)Karstens (2-7)20,42061–48
110August 6@ Cubs (FSO)W 3–0Arroyo (12–6)Gorzelanny (6–6)Cordero (30)40,69662–48
111August 7@ Cubs (FSO)W 4–3Ondrusek (3–0)Wells (5–10)Masset (2)41,22763–48
112August 8@ Cubs (FSO)W 11–4Wood (3–1)Diamond (0–2)39,01664–48
113August 9Cardinals (FSO, ESPN)L 3–7Carpenter (13–3)Leake (7–4)36,35364–49
114August 10Cardinals (FSO)L 4–8García (11–5)Cueto (11–3)36,96464–50
115August 11Cardinals (FSO)L 1–6Wainwright (17–6)Arroyo (12–7)33,36464–51
116August 13Marlins (FSO)W 7–2Vólquez (3–1)Johnson (10–5)29,57165–51
117August 14Marlins (FSO)W 5–4Leake (8–4)West (0–2)Cordero (31)37,44566–51
118August 15Marlins (FSO)W 2–0Bailey (2–2)Sánchez (9–8)Cordero (32)29,84967–51
119August 17@ Diamondbacks (FSO)W 6–2Arroyo (13–7)Hudson (3–1)21,50268–51
120August 18@ Diamondbacks (FSO)W 11–7Rhodes (4–3)Heilman (3–4)15,50969–51
121August 19@ Diamondbacks (FSO)W 9–5Wood (4–1)Saunders (1–3)17,38570–51
122August 20@ Dodgers (FSO)W 3–1Bailey (3–2)Monasterios (3–4)Cordero (33)46,41871–51
123August 21@ Dodgers (FSO)L 5–8Billingsley (10–7)Cueto (11–4)Broxton (22)49,43571–52
124August 22@ Dodgers (FSO)W 5–2Arroyo (14–7)Kershaw (11–8)Cordero (34)44,78872–52
125August 23@ Giants (FSO, ESPN)L 2-11Cain (10-10)Vólquez (14–7)32,69872-53
126August 24@ Giants (FSO)L 5-16Casilla (5-2)Wood 4-236,10472-54
127August 25@ Giants (FSO)W 12–11 (12)Cordero (4–4)Zito (8-9)36,31073-54
128August 27Cubs (FSO)W 6-1Cueto (12–4)Gorzelanny (7-8)36,21974-54
129August 28Cubs (FSO)L 2-3Wells (6-12)Arroyo (14-8)Mármol (24)41,29274-55
130August 29Cubs (FSO)W 7-5Ondrusek (4-0)Marshall (6-5)Cordero (35)30,80975-55
131August 30Brewers (FSO)W 5–4 (10)Cordero (5-4)Hoffman (2-7)14,58976–55
132August 31Brewers (FSO)W 8–4LeCure (2-4)Gallardo (11-7)19,21877–55
September (12–15)
#DateOpponent (TV)ScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
133September 1Brewers (FSO)W 6–1Champman (1–0)Coffey (2–3)16,41278–55
134September 3@ Cardinals (FSO)L 2–3García (13–6)Arroyo (14–9)Franklin (23)43,54078–56
135September 4@ Cardinals (Fox)W 6–1Wood (5–2)Wainwright (17–10)44,95779–56
136September 5@ Cardinals (FSO)L 2–4Carpenter (15–5)Bailey (3–2)Franklin (24)43,96379–57
137September 6@ Rockies (FSO)L 5–10Jiménez (18–6)Bray (0–2)40,23779–58
138September 7@ Rockies (FSO)L 3–4Chacín (8-9)Cueto (12–5)Street (16)29,16479–59
139September 8@ Rockies (FSO)L 2–9Cook (6-8)Arroyo (14-10)28,27179–60
140September 9@ RockiesL 5–6Belisle (7-5)Masset (3-4)Street (17)25,21379–61
141September 10Pirates (FSO)W 4–3 (12)Smith (3-2)Ledezma (0-2)24,90880–61
142September 11Pirates (FSO)W 5–4 (10)Cordero (6-4)Thomas (0-1)36,10181–61
143September 12Pirates (FSO)L 1-3Park (3-3)Cordero (6-5)Hanrahan (5)26,61781–62
144September 13Diamondbacks (FSO)W 7–2Arroyo (15-10)Enright (6-4)12,06182–62
145September 14Diamondbacks (FSO)L 1-3Hudson (7-2)Wood (5-3)Gutierrez (9)16,97382–63
146September 15Diamondbacks (FSO)W 7-5Maloney (1-2)Saunders (2-6)Cordero (36)19,12383–63
147September 16Diamondbacks (FSO)L 1-3Lopez (6-14)Vólquez (3-3)Gutierrez (10)22,09083–64
148September 17@ Astros (FSO)L 3-5Fulchino (2-0)Chapman (1-1)Lyon (17)30,21883–65
149September 18@ Astros (FSO)W 11-1Arroyo (16-10)Figueroa (5-3) 29,85584–65
150September 19@ Astros (FSO)L 3-4Myers (13-7)Wood (5-4)Lyon (18)32,52084–66
151September 20@ Brewers (FSO)W 5-2Masset (4-4)Loe (3-5)Cordero (37)30,02485–66
152September 21@ Brewers (FSO)W 4-3Vólquez (4-3)Bush (7-13)Cordero (38)22,76186–66
153September 22@ Brewers (FSO)L 1–13Wolf (13–11)Cueto (12–6)27,00486–67
154September 24@ Padres (FSO)L 3–4Gregerson (4–7)Rhodes (4–4)Bell (44)35,31086–68
155September 25@ Padres (Fox)L 3–4Bell (6–0)Chapman (1-2)35,12486–69
156September 26@ Padres (FSO)W 12–2Bailey (4-3)Richard (13-9)26,13187–69
157September 28Astros (FSO)W 3–2Chapman (2-2)Byrdak (2-2)30,15188–69
158September 29Astros (FSO)L 0-2Figueroa (6-4)Cueto (12-7)Lyon (20)14,76088–70
159September 30Astros (FSO)W 9-1Arroyo (17-10)Myers (14-8)17,55889–70
October (2-1)
#DateOpponent (TV)ScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecord
160October 1Brewers (FSO)L 3-4 (11)McClendon (2-0)Lecure (2-5)Axford (24)28,88489-71
161October 2Brewers (FSO)W 7-4Ondrusek (5-0)Coffey (2-4)Cordero (39)28,17390-71
162October 3Brewers (FSO)W 3-2Maloney (2-2)Wolf (13-12)Cordero (40)37,58291-71

Postseason

Game log

Legend
Reds Win Reds Loss Game Postponed
2010 Postseason Game Log
National League Division Series: vs. Philadelphia Phillies (PHI wins 3–0)
#DateOpponent (TV)ScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceSeries
1October 6@ Phillies (TBS)L 0–4Halladay (1–0)Vólquez (0–1)46,411PHI 1–0
2October 8@ Phillies (TBS)L 4–7Contreras (1–0)Chapman (0–1)Lidge (1)46,511PHI 2–0
3October 10Phillies (TBS)L 0–2Hamels (1–0)Cueto (0–1)44,599PHI 3–0

National League Division Series: vs. Philadelphia Phillies

Game 1

Wednesday, October 6, 2010 – 5:07 pm (ET) at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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WP: Halladay (1-0)   LP: Vólquez (0-1)   Sv: None
Home runs:
CIN: None
PHI: None

In his first career postseason start, Phillies ace Roy Halladay hurled a no-hitter, giving up only one walk (to Jay Bruce in the fifth inning). Halladay's was only the second postseason no-hitter in Major League Baseball history, and the first since Don Larsen's perfect game in the 1956 World Series.[2]

During the 2010 regular season, Halladay had thrown a perfect game on the road against the Florida Marlins on May 29. He thus became the only pitcher to throw a no-hitter or perfect game in the regular season and a no-hitter in the postseason in the same year. Halladay is also the fifth major league pitcher to throw two no-hitters in the same season, and the first since Nolan Ryan in 1973.

Game 2

Friday, October 8, 2010 – 6:07 pm (ET) at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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WP: José Contreras (1–0)   LP: Aroldis Chapman (0–1)   Sv: Brad Lidge (1)
Home runs:
CIN: Brandon Phillips (1), Jay Bruce (1)
PHI: None

On the fourth pitch he saw, Brandon Phillips hit a solo home run to lead off the first inning. This is both the first hit and first run since 1995 for the Reds in the postseason.[3] Laynce Nix scored another run in the top of the second inning on two throwing errors and a wild pitch.

Jay Bruce also hit a lead-off solo homer in the third inning to increase the lead to 3–0. In the top of the fifth inning, Phillips hit a lead-off double, advanced to third base on a sacrifice bunt, then scored on Joey Votto's sacrifice fly.

The Phillies mounted their attack in the bottom of the fifth inning. Pinch-hitter Domonic Brown reached first base on a fielder's choice, then the Phillies loaded the bases on two consecutive defensive errors. Chase Utley delivered a two-out RBI single to get the Phillies on board. But Arroyo struck out Ryan Howard to limit the damage at two.

The Phillies scored again in the sixth inning. Jayson Werth walked, stole second, then scored after two batters were hit by pitches and a bases-loaded walk by Reds relievers Arthur Rhodes and Logan Ondrusek.

The Reds sent flame-thrower Aroldis Chapman to the mound in the bottom of the seventh inning. He hit Chase Utley, the third time by Reds' relievers in the night, then struck out Ryan Howard. Werth hit a ground ball to Reds third baseman Scott Rolen, but Utley was called safe at second base. The next batter Jimmy Rollins hit a fly ball to right field, but the Reds right fielder Jay Bruce lost it in the lights; Reds second baseman Phillips also missed the relay catch. These two crucial errors—the third and fourth on the night—let both Utley and Werth score. Rollins scored later on Raúl Ibañez's single and Carlos Ruiz's RBI force-out. Reds reliever Nick Masset replaced Chapman and got Shane Victorino to ground out to end the inning. The Phillies took the 6–4 lead on Reds' errors into the eighth inning.

In the bottom of the eighth inning, Utley hit a one-out single then stole second. Masset intentionally walked Howard, to set up a potential double play for the next batter. However, Werth hit an RBI single to left field to score Utley.

Phillies closer Brad Lidge closed the ninth for the save.

The six combined errors tied an LDS record previously set by the Athletics and Red Sox in the 2003 ALDS.[4]

Game 3

Sunday, October 10, 2010 – 8:07 pm (ET) at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, Ohio

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WP: Cole Hamels (1-0)   LP: Johnny Cueto (0-1)
Home runs:
PHI: Chase Utley (1)
CIN: none

Cincinnati was again dominated by Phillies' starting pitching. Cole Hamels pitched a complete game shutout, striking out nine while allowing five hits. Plácido Polanco scored for the Phillies on Orlando Cabrera's throwing error in the top of the first inning. Chase Utley added another run to the lead by hitting a solo home run in the fifth inning.

Roster

2010 Cincinnati Reds
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

Player stats

Starters by position

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
2B Brandon Phillips 155 626 172 .275 18 59
SS Orlando Cabrera 123 494 130 .263 4 42
1B Joey Votto 150 547 177 .324 37 113
CF Drew Stubbs 150 514 131 .255 22 77
RF Jay Bruce 148 509 143 .281 25 70
LF Jonny Gomes 148 511 136 .266 18 86
3B Scott Rolen 133 471 134 .285 20 83
C Ramón Hernández 97 313 93 .297 7 48

Stats through October 3, 2010

Other batters

Note: Pos = Position; G = Games played; AB = At bats; H = Hits; Avg. = Batting average; HR = Home runs; RBI = Runs batted in

Pos Player G AB H Avg. HR RBI
LF Laynce Nix 97 165 48 .291 4 18
UT Miguel Cairo 91 200 58 .290 4 28
C Ryan Hanigan 70 203 61 .300 5 40
OF Chris Heisey 97 201 51 .254 8 21
IF Paul Janish 82 200 52 .260 5 25
3B Juan Francisco 36 55 15 .273 1 7
OF Chris Dickerson 20 44 9 .205 0 0
OF Jim Edmonds 13 29 6 .207 3 3
SS Chris Valaika 19 38 10 .263 1 2
C Corky Miller 32 74 18 .243 2 9
1B Yonder Alonso 22 29 6 .207 0 3
RF Willie Bloomquist 11 17 5 .294 0 0
IF Drew Sutton 2 3 2 .667 1 4
P Bronson Arroyo 32 68 10 .147 1 8
P Homer Bailey 18 33 7 .212 0 2
P Francisco Cordero 70 1 0 .000 0 0
P Johnny Cueto 28 54 6 .111 0 2
P Carlos Fisher 17 4 0 .000 0 0
P Aaron Harang 21 37 5 .135 0 2
P Mike Leake 27 48 16 .333 0 3
P Sam LeCure 14 11 1 .091 0 0
P Matt Maloney 7 3 1 .333 0 1
P Logan Ondrusek 59 4 0 .000 0 0
P Jordan Smith 35 3 0 .000 0 0
P Edinson Vólquez 12 17 2 .118 0 0
P Travis Wood 17 37 7 .189 1 3

Stats through October 3, 2010

Starting and other pitchers

G = Games pitched ; IP = Innings pitched ; W = Wins ; L = Losses ; ERA = Earned run average ; SO = Strikeouts ; WHIP = Walks and hits per inning pitched

Player G IP W L ERA SO WHIP
Bronson Arroyo 33 215.2 17 10 3.88 121 1.15
Homer Bailey 19 109.0 4 3 4.46 100 1.37
Johnny Cueto 31 185.2 12 7 3.64 138 1.28
Aaron Harang 22 111.2 6 7 5.32 82 1.59
Mike Leake 24 138.1 8 4 4.23 91 1.50
Sam LeCure 15 48.0 2 5 4.50 37 1.56
Matt Maloney 7 20.2 2 2 3.05 12 1.21
Edinson Vólquez 12 62.2 4 3 4.31 67 1.50
Travis Wood 17 102.2 5 4 3.51 86 1.08

Stats Through October 3, 2010

Relief pitchers

G = Games pitched ; W = Wins ; L = Losses ; SV = Saves ; IP = Innings pitched ; ERA = Earned run average ; SO = Strikeouts ; WHIP = Walks and hits per inning pitched.

Player G W L SV IP ERA SO WHIP
Bill Bray 35 0 2 0 28.1 4.13 30 1.09
Jared Burton 4 0 0 0 3.1 0.00 1 0.00
Aroldis Chapman 15 2 2 0 13.1 2.03 19 1.05
Francisco Cordero 75 6 5 40 72.2 3.84 59 1.43
Carlos Fisher 18 1 1 0 22.1 5.64 21 1.57
Danny Herrera 36 1 3 0 23.0 3.91 14 1.61
Mike Lincoln 19 1 1 0 19.2 7.32 12 1.78
Nick Masset 82 4 4 2 76.2 3.40 85 1.27
Logan Ondrusek 60 5 0 0 58.2 3.68 39 1.18
Micah Owings 22 3 2 0 33.1 5.40 35 1.59
Arthur Rhodes 69 4 4 0 55.0 2.29 50 1.02
Enerio Del Rosario 9 1 1 0 8.2 2.08 3 1.96
Jordan Smith 37 3 2 1 42.0 3.86 26 1.33
Russ Springer 2 0 0 0 1.2 5.40 35 1.59

Stats Through October 3, 2010

Team Leaders/Team Rank

As of October 3, 2010

Stat Player Value NL Rank
Runs Votto 106 4th
Hits Votto 177 6th
Doubles Votto 36 17th
Triples Stubbs 6 T-13th
Home Runs Votto 37 3rd
RBI Votto 113 3rd
Stolen Bases Stubbs 30 8th
Batting Avg. Votto .324 2nd
Wins Arroyo 17 4th
ERA (+100 IP) Cueto 3.64 24th
Innings Pitched Arroyo 215.2 8th
Strikeouts Cueto 138 33rd

Awards

All-Star

Hank Aaron Award

  • Joey Votto – (1st time winner)

NL Most Valuable Player Award

  • Joey Votto – (1st time winner)

Gold Glove

  • Bronson ArroyoP (1st time winner)
  • Brandon Phillips – 2B (2nd time winner)
  • Scott Rolen – 3B (8th time winner)

Minor league affiliates

Level Team Record Place Manager
AAA Louisville Bats 79-64 1st Rick Sweet
AA Carolina Mudcats 58-79 5th David Bell
Advanced A Lynchburg Hillcats 61-77 4th Pat Kelly
A Dayton Dragons 53-75 8th Todd Benzinger
Rookie
Billings Mustangs 38-37 3rd Delino DeShields
AZL Reds 31-24 2nd Julio Garcia
DSL Reds 45-27 2nd Joel Noboa
VSL Reds 35-33 4th José Nieves

Local television

Fox Sports Ohio

Local radio

Cincinnati Reds Radio Network

References

  1. BASEBALL-REFERENCE.com Head-to-Head Records
  2. Zolecki, Todd (October 6, 2010). "Doctober! No-no for Halladay in playoff debut". MLB.com. Archived from the original on October 9, 2010. Retrieved October 6, 2010.
  3. Tanier, Mike (October 8, 2010). "Live Analysis: Reds at Phillies, Game 2". The New York Times. Archived from the original on October 9, 2010. Retrieved October 8, 2010.
  4. "Errors give Phillies late life, bury Reds in 2-0 hole". Associated Press. October 8, 2010. Archived from the original on October 10, 2010. Retrieved October 8, 2010.
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