Los Angeles vs Cincinnati News

Thu Jun 23 12:35pm


Latest news for Los Angeles Dodgers vs Cincinnati Reds on 6/23/2022.

@Dodgers6 D

Tomorrow at about 3 PM EDT, my brother (a Reds fan) and I, along with another US Water Systems employee who is also a Reds fan will pile into the Rocket Ship and head to Cincinnati. It's an employee entertainment perk, so I can write it off. I call my Ford F-150 "The Rocket Ship" because it has a 450 HP Raptor Engine and the 10-Speed Transmission. It does the 1/4 Mile at 102 MPH and goes 0-60 in 5.0 seconds. Well, that was before I added the Tune Chip that added an additional 217 HP.

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No two people are the same. We all have opinions, proclivities, and prejudices. We are biased, trained, taught, and simple... while complicated. We are human. We are Dodger Fans. I have been through the bad times and the good times. I have had my heart broken many times. I have seen defeat snatched from the jaws of victory! I have seen the Dodgers lose when they should have won, but I have also seen them win when they should have lost. That was very sweet! ... and it was actually worth it!

Yesterday, several Dodger fans said they were not going to watch the game.

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Happy Father's Day, Dodgers Nation! This one is sure to pull on the heartstrings some. On Saturday, LA play-by-play man Joe Davis got a surprise during the national broadcast on FOX.

While calling the game between the Cardinals and the Red Sox, the team at FOX presented a Father's Day themed package featuring Joe's three children. The moment certainly was a tear-jerker.

Led by Joe's daughter Charlotte and oldest son Blake, and featuring his and wife Libby's third child, the distracted Theo, the moment was absolutely heartwarming for the Davis clan.

@Reds6 D

When Cincinnati Reds infielders Jonathan India, Donovan Solano and Max Schrock dealt with soft tissue injuries at different points of the 2022 season, each player spent more time on the injured list than the team initially anticipated.

Now, the Reds have finally received some unexpected, positive news for a player dealing with a similar injury.

According to manager David Bell, Reds outfielder Tyler Naquin is making remarkably quick progress from a quad injury.

"He's way ahead of schedule," Bell said. "For a grade two quad strain, it's (usually) 4-to-6 weeks, he has a chance to be way ahead of that.

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Joey Votto homered twice yesterday, twice the day before, homered on Monday, homered on Sunday, and homered on Saturday, too. It's the kind of homer spree that cemented the fact that his swing overhaul has catapulted him right back to the upper-echelon of the game's best hitters, an area he occupied regularly through the first decade of his Hall of Fame career.

He wasn't done, though. He's not done. That first sentence of this paragraph shouldn't have even approached the past tense. Joey Votto, today, is still banging.

He launched a 2-run homer in the Top of the 1st against the Chicago Cubs in the series finale, a titanic 431 foot blast that shot both into the RF seats and into the Cincinnati Reds record books, as the club noted on Twitter.

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The Cincinnati Reds were the first team outside of the playoff picture last season, falling seven games short of the St. Louis Cardinals in the wild-card race with an 83-79 record.

After a very quiet offseason to this point, the question is what does the Reds' ceiling look like for the upcoming season after several notable departures on their roster.

The Reds haven't gained any ground in the winter on the Cardinals, who were propelled by a franchise-record 17-game winning streak in September, and they were 12 games back from the National League Central champion Milwaukee Brewers.

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