2011 Cincinnati Reds season

The 2011 Cincinnati Reds season was the 142nd season for the franchise in Major League Baseball, and their 9th at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. The team attempted to return to the postseason for the second consecutive year following their NL Central division championship in 2010. Dusty Baker returned for his fourth year managing the Reds and his eighteenth season managed overall.

2011 Cincinnati Reds
Major League affiliations
Location
Results
Record79–83 (.488)
Divisional place3rd
Other information
Owner(s)Bob Castellini
General manager(s)Walt Jocketty
Manager(s)Dusty Baker
Local televisionFox Sports Ohio
(Thom Brennaman, Chris Welsh, Jim Kelch, George Grande, Jeff Brantley, Sean Casey)
Local radioWLW (700 AM)
Cincinnati Reds Radio Network
(Marty Brennaman, Jeff Brantley, Jim Kelch)
StatsESPN.com
BB-reference
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Offseason

The Reds off-season began with fans calling for a full-time power-hitting left-handed left fielder; a leadoff hitter; and a strong offensive shortstop as many were unhappy with the weak bat of Paul Janish. The Reds exercised the options of Jonny Gomes, while declining the options of Aaron Harang and Orlando Cabrera. They also exercised the option on Bronson Arroyo, but later signed him to a 3-year, $35 Million extension through 2013. They also extended 23-year-old right-fielder Jay Bruce for 6 yrs./ $51M. They resigned catcher Ramón Hernández, who will again team up with Ryan Hanigan in what was the 2nd best offensive catching duo in the NL of 2010, while giving highly touted prospect Devin Mesoraco more time to develop in the minors. They also resigned another veteran in backup corner infielder Miguel Cairo. Jocketty brought in two young outfielders on minor league deals, Brian Barton and Jeremy Hermida. Hermida was invited to spring training. The Reds also signed former phenom pitcher and 2003 Rookie of the Year Dontrelle Willis to a minor league deal, also giving him a spring training invite. Then on January 7, the Reds made their biggest acquisition of the off-season, signing the current World Series MVP, veteran shortstop Édgar Rentería. GM Walt Jocketty has stated that Rentería will be in a backup role to Janish. On January 10, the Reds signed left fielder Fred Lewis for $900 K. He is expected to, at the very least, platoon with Gomes in left field. On January 16, it was announced that the Reds and Joey Votto agreed to a 3-year, $38 million deal.[1]

Regular season

The Reds opened the 2011 season with a walk-off home run against division rival Milwaukee to win on opening day 7–6 which eventually propelled them to a 5–0 start to the season, their best start since 1990 (the year which they last won the World Series).[2] Throughout the months of April and May the Reds were either near the lead or the leader of the NL Central division. May also saw a three-game series sweep of the rival St. Louis Cardinals, the Reds first sweep of the Cardinals since 2007. In June, the Reds continued to stay in the division race finishing the month with a 42–40 record. July started off poorly for the Reds who currently sit in fourth place in the division where they stayed through the week following the All-Star break. They would eventually finish the season in 3rd place with a 79-83 record

Standings

NL Central W L Pct. GB Home Road
Milwaukee Brewers 9666 0.593 57–24 39–42
St. Louis Cardinals 9072 0.556 6 45–36 45–36
Cincinnati Reds 7983 0.488 17 42–39 37–44
Pittsburgh Pirates 7290 0.444 24 36–45 36–45
Chicago Cubs 7191 0.438 25 39–42 32–49
Houston Astros 56106 0.346 40 31–50 25–56

Record vs. opponents


Source: [3]
Team ARI ATL CHC CIN COL FLA HOU LAD MIL NYM PHI PIT SD SF STL WSH AL
Arizona2–33–44–213–55–26–110–84–33–33–33–311–79–93–45–310–8
Atlanta3–24–33–36–212–65–12–55–39–96–124–24–56–11–59–910–5
Chicago4–33–47–112–43–38–73–36–104–22–58–83–35–45–103–45–10
Cincinnati2–43–311–73–43–39–64–28–82–51–75–104–25–29–64–26–12
Colorado5–132–64–24–33–35–29–93–65–21–44–39–95–132–44–38–7
Florida2–56–123–33–33–36–13–30–79–96–126–00–74–22–611–78–10
Houston1–61–57–86–92–51–64–53–123–32–47–113–54–35–103–34–11
Los Angeles8–105–23–32–49–93–35–42–42–51–56–213–59–94–34–26–9
Milwaukee3–43–510–68–86–37–012–34–24–23–412–33–23–39–93–36–9
New York3–39–92–45–22–59–93–35–22–47–114–44–32–43–38–109–9
Philadelphia3–312–65–27–14–112–64–25–14–311–74–27–14–33–68–109–6
Pittsburgh3–32–48–810–53–40–611–72–63–124–42–42–43–37–94–48–7
San Diego7–115–43–32–49–97–05–35–132–33–41–74–26–123–33–46–9
San Francisco9–91–64–52–513–52–43–49–93–34–23–43–312–65–23–410–5
St. Louis4–35–110–56–94–26–210–53–49–93–36–39–73–32–52–48–7
Washington3–59–94–32–43–47–113–32–43–310–810–84–44–34–34–28–7

Game log

2011 Game Log
March/April (14–13): Home (8–7); Road (6–6)
#DateTVOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecordBox
1March 31BrewersFSOW 7–6Ondrusek (1–0)Axford (0–1)42,3981–0
2April 2BrewersFSOW 4–2Wood (1–0)Marcum (0–1)Cordero (1)37,9672–0
3April 3BrewersFSOW 12–3Arroyo (1–0)Wolf (0–1)24,8053–0
4April 5AstrosFSOW 8–2Leake (1–0)Happ (0–1)11,8214–0
5April 6AstrosFSOW 12–4Vólquez (1–0)Figueroa (0–1)17,7195–0
6April 7AstrosFSOL 2–3Abad (1–0)Masset (0–1)Lyon (1)20,0145–1
7April 8@ DiamondbacksFSOL 2–13Kennedy (1–0)Wood (1–1)48,0305–2
8April 9@ DiamondbacksFSOW 6–1Arroyo (2–0)Hudson (0–2)20,7296–2
9April 10@ DiamondbacksFSOL 8–10Heilman (1–0)Masset (0–2)Putz (3)19,7286–3
10April 11@ PadresFSOW 3–2Vólquez (2–0)Latos (0–1)Cordero (2)18,0227–3
11April 12@ PadresFSOW 8–2 (11)Ondrusek (2–0)Luebke (0–1)17,3798–3
12April 13@ PadresFSOL 2–3Bell (1–0)Masset (0–3)17,0578–4
13April 15PiratesFSOL 1–6Morton (2–0)Arroyo (2–1)21,3128–5
14April 16PiratesFSOW 11–2Leake (2–0)McDonald (0–1)26,4189–5
15April 17PiratesFSOL 6–7Resop (1–0)Ondrusek (2–1)Hanrahan (5)32,1059–6
16April 18PiratesFSOL 3–9Correia (3–1)Wood (1–2)12,7779–7
17April 19DiamondbacksFSOL 4–5Galarraga (3–0)LeCure (0–1)Putz (4)12,9949–8
18April 20DiamondbacksFSOL 1–3Kennedy (2–1)Arroyo (2–2)Putz (5)14,9159–9
19April 21DiamondbacksMLBNW 7–4Leake (3–0)Hudson (0–4)17,31910–9
20April 22@ CardinalsFSOL 2–4McClellan (3–0)Maloney (0–1)Boggs (2)40,32710–10
21April 23@ CardinalsFoxW 5–3Chapman (1–0)Batista (1–1)Cordero (3)41,87711–10
22April 24@ CardinalsESPNL 0–3Westbrook (2–2)Vólquez (2–1)Boggs (3)38,20111–11
23April 25@ BrewersFSOW 9–5Arroyo (3–2)Narveson (1–1)35,79412–11
24April 26@ BrewersFSOL 2–3Loe (2–1)Ondrusek (2–2)Axford (5)37,06212–12
25April 27@ BrewersFSOW 7–6 (10)Chapman (2–0)Mitre (0–1)Cordero (4)33,84813–12
26April 29MarlinsFSOL 6–7Vázquez (2–2)Wood (1–3)Oviedo (8)27,05113–13
27April 30MarlinsFSOW 4–3 (10)Cordero (1–0)Dunn (1–1)40,28614–13
May (14–15): Home (8–5); Road (6–10)
#DateTVOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecordBox
28May 1MarlinsFSOL 5–9Nolasco (3–0)Arroyo (3–3)Oviedo (9)26,94114–14
May 2AstrosPostponed (rain); Makeup: May 5
29May 3AstrosFSOL 4–10Happ (2–4)Leake (3–1)12,00514–15
30May 4AstrosW 3–2Cordero (2–0)Lyon (3–2)12,34015–15
31May 5AstrosFSOW 10–4Bailey (1–0)Myers (1–2)14,76516–15
32May 6@ CubsFSOW 5–4Vólquez (3–1)Garza (1–4)Cordero (5)35,47117–15
33May 7@ CubsFoxL 2–3Mateo (1–1)Cordero (2–1)37,66617–16
34May 8@ CubsFSOW 2–0Cueto (1–0)Dempster (1–4)Cordero (6)31,93118–16
35May 9@ AstrosFSOW 6–1Wood (2–3)Rodríguez (0–1)20,17419–16
36May 10@ AstrosFSOW 7–3Bailey (2–0)Myers (1–3)24,49920–16
37May 11@ AstrosFSOL 3–4Melancon (3–1)Leake (3–2)21,00820–17
38May 13CardinalsFSOW 6–5 (10)Cordero (3–1)Motte (1–1)32,97221–17
39May 14CardinalsFSOW 7–3Cueto (2–0)McClellan (5–1)41,30722–17
40May 15CardinalsFSOW 9–7Wood (3–3)Carpenter (1–3)Cordero (7)24,67223–17
41May 16CubsFSOW 7–4Bailey (3–0)Zambrano (4–2)Cordero (8)16,98124–17
42May 17CubsFSOW 7–5Bray (1–0)Wood (1–3)Masset (1)18,86125–17
43May 18PiratesFSOL 0–5Morton (5–1)Arroyo (3–4)16,54325–18
44May 19PiratesMLBNL 3–5McDonald (3–3)Cueto (2–1)Hanrahan (12)26,01825–19
45May 20@ IndiansFSOL 4–5Pestano (1–0)Bray (1–1)Perez (11)31,62225–20
46May 21@ IndiansFSOL 1–2Tomlin (6–1)Bailey (3–1)Perez (12)40,63125–21
47May 22@ IndiansFSOL 4–12Carrasco (3–2)Vólquez (3–2)26,83325–22
48May 23@ PhilliesFSOL 3–10Hamels (6–2)Arroyo (3–5)45,84125–23
49May 24@ PhilliesFSOW 6–3Ondrusek (3–2)Madson (2–1)Cordero (9)45,74026–23
50May 25@ PhilliesFSOL 4–5 (19)Valdez (1–0)Fisher (0–1)45,70626–24
51May 26@ PhilliesFSOL 4–10Lee (4–4)Thompson (0–1)45,65026–25
52May 27@ BravesFSOW 5–1Leake (4–2)Hanson (5–4)30,70127–25
53May 28@ BravesFoxL 6–7 (12)Linebrink (1–1)Fisher (0–2)36,61527–26
54May 29@ BravesESPN2L 1–2Jurrjens (7–1)Cueto (2–2)Kimbrel (15)36,39227–27
55May 30BrewersFSOW 7–3Wood (4–3)Narveson (2–4)21,56428–27
56May 31BrewersFSOL 2–7Greinke (4–1)Reineke (0–1)14,29428–28
June (14–12): Home (6–7); Road (8–5)
#DateTVOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecordBox
57June 1BrewersFSOW 4–3Masset (1–3)Loe (2–5)Cordero (10)22,21329–28
58June 3DodgersFSOW 2–1Arroyo (4–5)Kuroda (5–6)Cordero (11)31,40230–28
59June 4DodgersFoxL 8–11 (11)Guerra (1–0)Fisher (0–3)40,23430–29
60June 5DodgersFSOL 6–9Billingsley (5–4)Wood (4–4)28,32730–30
61June 6CubsFSOW 8–2Leake (5–2)Garza (2–5)22,56831–30
62June 7CubsFSOW 8–2Vólquez (4–2)Davis (0–5)24,92132–30
63June 8CubsFSOL 1–4Dempster (5–5)Arroyo (4–6)Mármol (11)31,36732–31
64June 9@ GiantsFSOW 3–0Cueto (3–2)Bumgarner (2–8)Cordero (12)41,10633–31
65June 10@ GiantsFSOL 2–3Wilson (5–1)Arredondo (0–1)41,68633–32
66June 11@ GiantsFoxW 10–2Leake (6–2)Lincecum (5–5)41,73534–32
67June 12@ GiantsESPNL 2–4Ramírez (2–0)Arredondo (0–2)Wilson (18)42,08434–33
68June 13@ DodgersFSOW 6–4Arroyo (5–6)Kuroda (5–8)Cordero (13)31,37235–33
69June 14@ DodgersFSOW 3–2Cueto (4–2)Hawksworth (1–2)Cordero (14)39,23336–33
70June 15@ DodgersFSOW 7–2Wood (5–4)Billingsley (5–6)30,43337–33
71June 17Blue JaysFSOL 2–3Reyes (3–5)Leake (6–3)Francisco (7)32,02637–34
72June 18Blue JaysFSOL 0–4Morrow (3–4)Vólquez (4–3)31,68837–35
73June 19Blue JaysFSOW 2–1Arroyo (6–6)Villanueva (4–1)Cordero (15)32,61838–35
74June 20YankeesFSOL 3–5Nova (7–4)Wood (5–5)Rivera (18)41,17338–36
June 21YankeesFSOPostponed (rain); Makeup: June 22 (Game 2)
75June 22YankeesFSOL 2–4García (6–6)Leake (6–4)Rivera (19)40,04038–37
76June 22YankeesFSOW 10–2Cueto (5–2)Gordon (0–1)41,36739–37
77June 24@ OriolesFSOL 4–5 (12)Gonzalez (1–1)Arredondo (0–3)45,38239–38
78June 25@ OriolesFSOW 10–5Arroyo (7–6)Matusz (1–3)38,97640–38
79June 26@ OriolesFSOL 5–7Guthrie (3–9)Bailey (3–2)Gregg (14)27,80940–39
80June 27@ RaysFSOW 5–0Leake (7–4)Hellickson (7–7)19,89141–39
81June 28@ RaysFSOL 3–4Farnsworth (3–1)Ondrusek (3–3)20,89441–40
82June 29@ RaysFSOW 4–3Vólquez (5–3)Shields (8–5)Cordero (16)25,96842–40
July (11–15): Home (8–8); Road (3–7)
#DateTVOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecordBox
83July 1IndiansFSOL 2–8Masterson (6–6)Arroyo (7–7)40,44042–41
84July 2IndiansFoxL 1–3Herrmann (1–0)Bailey (3–3)Pestano (1)41,58042–42
85July 3IndiansFSOW 7–5Leake (8–4)Talbot (2–5)Cordero (17)34,94843–42
86July 4@ CardinalsFSOL 0–1Carpenter (4–7)Cueto (5–3)Salas (15)40,55143–43
87July 5@ CardinalsFSOL 1–8García (8–3)Vólquez (5–4)36,09043–44
88July 6@ CardinalsFSOW 9–8 (13)Arredondo (1–3)Valdés (0–1)Chapman (1)37,22344–44
89July 7@ BrewersFSOL 4–5Narveson (6–5)Bailey (3–4)Axford (23)34,10244–45
90July 8@ BrewersFSOL 7–8Estrada (2–5)Cordero (3–2)39,05044–46
91July 9@ BrewersFSOW 8–4 (10)Bray (2–1)Estrada (2–6)43,11945–46
92July 10@ BrewersFSOL 3–4Loe (3–7)Cordero (3–3)43,89645–47
July 12: 2011 MLB All-Star Game – Phoenix, Arizona at Chase Field
93July 15CardinalsFSOW 6–5Ondrusek (4–3)Salas (5–3)41,23846–47
94July 16CardinalsFSOL 1–4Carpenter (5–7)Arroyo (7–8)Salas (17)40,20446–48
95July 17CardinalsFSOW 3–1Bailey (4–4)García (9–4)Cordero (18)24,84147–48
96July 18@ PiratesFSOL 0–2Morton (8–5)Willis (0–1)Hanrahan (27)22,01647–49
97July 19@ PiratesFSOL 0–1McDonald (6–4)Leake (8–5)Hanrahan (28)26,05847–50
98July 20@ PiratesFSOW 3–1Cueto (6–3)Karstens (8–5)Cordero (19)25,20748–50
99July 22BravesFSOL 4–6Venters (5–1)Masset (1–4)Kimbrel (31)34,11848–51
100July 23BravesFoxW 11–2Bailey (5–4)Lowe (6–8)41,19249–51
101July 24BravesESPNW 4–3Cordero (4–3)Linebrink (3–2)33,03650–51
102July 25MetsFSOL 2–4Dickey (5–8)Leake (8–6)Isringhausen (3)25,48050–52
103July 26MetsFSOL 6–8Niese (10–8)Cueto (6–4)Byrdak (1)27,55250–53
104July 27MetsFSOL 2–8Pelfrey (6–9)Arroyo (7–9)23,61650–54
105July 28MetsFSOL 9–10Capuano (9–10)Bailey (5–5)Isringhausen (4)25,40050–55
106July 29GiantsFSOW 4–3 (13)Arredondo (2–3)Wilson (6–3)29,01651–55
107July 30GiantsFSOW 7–2Leake (9–6)Bumgarner (6–10)40,40252–55
108July 31GiantsFSOW 9–0Cueto (7–4)Zito (3–4)37,86453–55
August (14–14): Home (7–6); Road (7–8)
#DateTVOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecordBox
109August 1@ AstrosFSOL 3–4 (10)Melancon (6–3)Ondrusek (4–4)21,50253–56
110August 2@ AstrosFSOW 5–1Bailey (6–5)Rodríguez (7–8)22,60354–56
111August 3@ AstrosFSOL 4–5Lyles (1–6)Masset (1–5)Melancon (11)22,10254–57
112August 5@ CubsFSOL 3–4Dempster (9–8)Leake (9–7)Mármol (24)42,24554–58
113August 6@ CubsFSOL 4–11Zambrano (9–6)Cueto (7–5)41,97854–59
114August 7@ CubsFSOW 8–7Masset (2–5)Marshall (5–5)Cordero (20)39,61955–59
115August 8RockiesFSOL 7–10Belisle (6–4)Bray (2–2)Street (29)27,05555–60
116August 9RockiesFSOL 2–3Rogers (6–1)Willis (0–2)Betancourt (1)17,37855–61
117August 10RockiesFSOW 3–2Leake (10–7)Millwood (0–1)Cordero (21)21,67356–61
118August 11RockiesFSOW 2–1Cueto (8–5)Chacín (9–9)Cordero (22)20,54657–61
119August 12PadresFSOW 5–3Bray (3–2)Spence (0–1)Cordero (23)28,34658–61
120August 13PadresFSOW 13–1Bailey (7–5)Stauffer (7–9)31,37459–61
121August 14PadresFSOL 3–7LeBlanc (1–2)Willis (0–3)35,28659–62
122August 16@ NationalsFSOL 4–6Wang (2–2)Leake (10–8)Storen (32)23,88859–63
123August 17@ NationalsFSOW 2–1Cueto (9–5)Detwiler (1–3)Cordero (24)20,37460–63
124August 18@ NationalsFSOL 1–3Zimmermann (8–10)Arroyo (7–10)Storen (33)19,50860–64
125August 19@ PiratesFSOW 11–8Wood (6–5)Hanrahan (0–2)Cordero (25)36,62061–64
126August 20@ PiratesFoxL 3–5Watson (1–2)Chapman (2–1)Hanrahan (31)37,82661–65
127August 21@ PiratesFSOW 5–4Arredondo (3–3)Hanrahan (0–3)Cordero (26)29,96762–65
128August 23@ MarlinsFSOW 8–6Chapman (3–1)Oviedo (1–4)Cordero (27)21,20463–65
129August 24@ MarlinsFSOL 5–6Webb (2–4)Arredondo (3–4)Cishek (2)63–66
130August 24@ MarlinsFSOW 3–2Arroyo (8–10)Volstad (5–11)Cordero (28)22,50564–66
August 25@ MarlinsPostponed (impending weather); Played on August 24 (Game 2)
131August 26NationalsFSOW 4–3Cordero (5–3)Balester (1–2)35,08965–66
132August 27NationalsFSOW 6–3Leake (11–8)Detwiler (2–4)Cordero (29)30,42366–66
133August 28NationalsFSOW 5–4 (14)Bray (4–2)Balester (1–3)28,41567–66
134August 29PhilliesFSOL 2–3Bastardo (6–0)Bailey (7–6)Madson (24)21,36067–67
135August 30PhilliesFSOL 0–9Halladay (16–5)Arroyo (8–11)19,31767–68
136August 31PhilliesFSOL 0–3Lee (15–7)Willis (0–4)Madson (25)18,56767–69
September (12–14): Home (5–6); Road (7–8)
#DateTVOpponentScoreWinLossSaveAttendanceRecordBox
137September 1PhilliesFSOL 4–6Worley (10–1)Leake (11–9)Madson (26)21,43867–70
138September 2@ CardinalsFSOW 11–8Arredondo (4–4)Rzepczynski (2–4)36,97068–70
139September 3@ CardinalsFoxL 4–6García (11–7)Bailey (7–7)Motte (2)41,83968–71
140September 4@ CardinalsFSOW 3–2 (10)Bray (5–2)Salas (5–6)Cordero (30)41,64769–71
141September 5@ CubsFSOL 3–4Garza (8–10)Willis (0–5)Mármol (32)41,34169–72
142September 6@ CubsFSOW 4–2 (13)Chapman (4–1)Grabow (3–1)Cordero (31)35,29770–72
143September 7@ CubsFSOL 3–6Wood (2–5)Ondrusek (4–5)Mármol (33)36,79770–73
144September 9@ RockiesFSOW 4–1Bailey (8–7)Chacín (11–11)Cordero (32)39,93371–73
145September 10@ RockiesL 7–12White (3–1)Maloney (0–2)38,40771–74
146September 11@ RockiesFSOL 1–4Pomeranz (1–0)Vólquez (5–5)Hammel (1)39,24071–75
147September 12CubsFSOL 8–12López (5–6)Willis (0–6)19,87471–76
148September 13CubsFSOW 2–1Leake (12–9)Dempster (10–12)Cordero (33)19,15972–76
149September 14CubsFSOW 7–2LeCure (1–1)Coleman (2–8)18,30473–76
150September 15CubsFSOW 8–6 (11)Masset (3–5)Russell (1–6)23,79274–76
151September 16BrewersFSOL 3–6Wolf (13–9)Arroyo (8–12)Axford (43)32,50674–77
152September 17BrewersFSOL 1–10Gallardo (17–10)Vólquez (5–6)39,76674–78
153September 18BrewersFSOL 1–8Greinke (15–6)Maloney (0–3)37,84574–79
154September 19AstrosFSOL 2–3Carpenter (1–3)Masset (3–6)Melancon (19)21,16874–80
155September 20AstrosFSOW 6–4Bailey (9–7)Norris (6–11)Cordero (34)23,84775–80
156September 21AstrosFSOW 2–0Arroyo (9–12)Rodríguez (11–11)20,87576–80
157September 23@ PiratesFSOL 3–4Hanrahan (1–4)Bray (5–3)23,63276–81
158September 24@ PiratesFSOL 3–4Lincoln (2–3)Wood (6–6)Grilli (1)37,38876–82
159September 25@ PiratesFSOW 5–4Willis (1–6)Moskos (1–1)Cordero (35)28,75877–82
160September 26@ MetsFSOW 6–5Ondrusek (5–5)Byrdak (2–1)Cordero (36)28,65178–82
161September 27@ MetsFSOW 5–4 (13)LeCure (2–1)Thayer (0–3)Cordero (37)30,02779–82
162September 28@ MetsFSOL 0–3Batista (5–2)Vólquez (5–7)28,81679–83
Legend
  Reds Win
  Reds loss
  Game Postponed

Roster

2011 Cincinnati Reds
Roster
Pitchers Catchers

Infielders

Outfielders Manager

Coaches

  • 41 Mark Berry (third base)
  • 22 Billy Hatcher (first base)
  • 49 Brook Jacoby (hitting)
  • 59 Juan López (bullpen)
  • 38 Bryan Price (pitching)
  • 35 Chris Speier (bench)
  • 72 Mike Stefanski (bullpen catcher)

Player stats

Batting

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
C Ryan Hanigan 91 266 71 .267 6 31
C Ramón Hernández 91 298 84 .282 12 36
C Devin Mesoraco 18 50 9 .180 2 6
1B/3B Miguel Cairo 102 245 65 .265 8 33
SS Zack Cozart 11 37 6 .324 2 3
1B/3B Juan Francisco 30 90 24 .267 3 15
3B Todd Frazier 41 112 26 .232 6 15
SS Paul Janish 114 336 72 .214 0 23
2B Brandon Phillips 150 610 183 .300 18 82
SS Édgar Rentería 98 295 74 .251 5 36
3B Scott Rolen 65 252 61 .241 5 36
3B Chris Valaika 14 25 7 .280 0 0
1B Joey Votto 160 596 185 .310 29 103
OF Yonder Alonso 47 88 29 .330 5 15
RF Jay Bruce 156 581 100 .258 32 97
OF Chris Heisey 120 279 71 .254 18 50
OF Fred Lewis 81 183 42 .230 3 19
OF Dave Sappelt 38 107 26 .243 0 5
CF Drew Stubbs 157 600 147 .245 15 44
P José Arredondo 50 2 1 .500 0 0
P Bronson Arroyo 35 57 6 .105 0 2
P Homer Bailey 21 39 11 .282 0 2
P Johnny Cueto 23 47 3 .064 0 0
P Carlos Fisher 17 2 0 .000 0 0
P Jeremy Horst 12 1 1 1.000 0 1
P Mike Leake 37 55 11 .200 0 2
P Dontrelle Willis 16 31 12 .387 1 4
P Edinson Vólquez 18 26 3 .115 0 0
P Travis Wood 25 30 2 .067 1 3
P Sam LeCure 40 9 1 .111 0 0
P Matt Maloney 8 4 0 .000 0 0
P Chad Reineke 2 2 0 .000 0 0
P Jordan Smith 16 2 0 .000 0 0
P Daryl Thompson 1 1 0 .000 0 0

Stats through September 28, 2011

Starting pitchers

Note: 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 32 199.0 9 12 5.07 108 1.37
Homer Bailey 22 132.0 9 7 4.43 106 1.28
Johnny Cueto 24 156.0 9 5 2.31 104 1.09
Mike Leake 29 167.2 12 9 3.86 118 1.17
Edinson Vólquez 19 108.2 5 7 5.71 104 1.57
Dontrelle Willis 13 75.2 1 6 5.00 57 1.52

Stats through September 28, 2011

Relief pitchers

Note: 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
José Arredondo 53 4 4 0 53.0 3.29 46 1.42
Jared Burton 6 0 0 0 4.2 3.86 3 1.93
Bill Bray 79 5 3 0 48.1 2.98 44 1.08
Aroldis Chapman 54 4 1 1 50.0 3.60 70 1.30
Francisco Cordero 68 5 3 37 69.2 2.45 42 1.02
Carlos Fisher 17 0 3 0 24.0 4.50 17 1.50
Jeremy Horst 12 0 0 0 15.1 2.93 9 1.57
Sam LeCure 43 2 1 0 77.2 3.71 73 1.00
Matt Maloney 8 0 3 0 18.2 9.16 13 2.14
Nick Masset 75 3 6 1 70.1 3.71 62 1.52
Logan Ondrusek 66 5 5 0 61.1 3.23 41 1.35
Chad Reineke 2 0 1 0 6.2 3.04 3 1.65
Jordan Smith 17 0 0 0 20.0 7.20 13 2.00
Daryl Thompson 1 0 1 0 3.0 15.00 0 3.67
Travis Wood 18 6 6 0 106.0 4.84 76 1.49

Stats through September 28, 2011

Farm System

Minor league standings

Standings as of: September 14, 2011[4]

Level Team League Manager W L Position
AAA Louisville Bats International League Rick Sweet 73 71 3rd Place, INT West (15 GB)
AA Carolina Mudcats Southern League David Bell 30 39 (2nd Half) 3rd Place, SOU North (12 GB)
High-A Bakersfield Blaze California League Ken Griffey 31 39 (2nd Half) 4th Place, CAL North (10 GB)
Low-A Dayton Dragons Midwest League Delino DeShields 48 22 (2nd Half) 1st Place, MWL East (– GB)
Rookie Billings Mustangs Pioneer League Pat Kelly 24 14 (2nd Half) 2nd Place, PIO North (1 GB)
AZL Reds Arizona League José Nieves 31 25 2nd Place, AZL Central (3 GB)
DSL Reds Dominican Summer League Joel Noboa 32 36 5th place, DSL BCBC (13 GB)
VSL Reds Venezuelan Summer League Richard Paz 38 34 Tied for 3rd Place, VSL (2 GB)

References

  1. Sheldon, Mark (January 11, 2011). "Reds reward MVP Votto with three-year deal". MLB.com. Retrieved March 31, 2011.
  2. Sheldon, Mark (March 31, 2011). "Hernandez's heroics lift Reds on Opening Day". MLB.com. Retrieved March 31, 2011.
  3. baseball-reference.com Head-to-Head Records
  4. http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/milb/standings/
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