Reds take on Rockies one more time before heading home

The road trip to Colorado has been a 50/50 affair up until now.  With the final game four of  their series tonight, the Reds have an opportunity to leave the Rockies series with a .750 winning percentage.

In game three last night, John Lamb pitched seven strong innings for a 7-2 win at Coors Field.  Lamb allowed only one run, six hits, with a walk and two strikeouts for his first win of the season.

“It was a better day at the office than it’s been in the past without a doubt,” said Lamb

Lamb was referring to being 0-3 with a .685 ERA.

“[Lamb’s] offspeed is really slow,” Rockies Center-fielder Charlie Blackmon said. “He throws a cutter, so that can speed guys up inside, and then he slows them down with offspeed [pitches]. I don’t really know exactly why he was so effective tonight outside of throwing good pitches.”

The Reds return home to face the Washington Nationals for a three game home stand.  Tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your Cincinnati Reds

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