Tagged: Todd Frazier

How hot are #Reds hitters right now? Twitter knowledge!

Saw this on twitter and just had to share. Of course I never double checked it, because anything said on twitter is usually correct, right? Even if it is off, it sure looks nice for the Reds. Billy Hamilton is by far the most impressive player so far with the home runs from Todd Frazier a close second.


#Reds win 6-5 (Photos and Highlights)

Heavyweight pop: Frazier slugs Bucs
In a back-and-forth game that saw Billy Hamilton (3-for-4, three steals, two runs) and Josh Harrison (4-for-5, two RBIs) go blow for blow, Todd Frazier stole the show with a go-ahead homer in the ninth to push the Reds to 5-2 since Joey Votto (three RBIs) returned. Source

Bullpen falters late as Bucs drop see-saw affair
Josh Harrison had another big night, but Jason Grilli gave up a go-ahead homer in the ninth as the Bucs fell to the Reds, 6-5, on Tuesday at PNC Park. Source

Frazier’s go-ahead homer spurs Reds over Bucs
Billy Hamilton dazzled on the basepaths but Todd Frazier had the biggest swing of the night with a go-ahead home run in the ninth as the Reds downed the Pirates, 6-5, on Tuesday at PNC Park. Source
Frazier’s homer in the 9th
6/17/14: Todd Frazier hits a solo shot off Jason Grilli in the top of the 9th inning to put the Reds up, 6-5.

Hamilton swipes third
CIN@PIT: Hamilton uses his speed to steal third base

Votto’s RBI single
CIN@PIT: Votto drives in Hamilton with an RBI single

Harrison’s heads-up double play
CIN@PIT: Harrison catches liner, doubles off Ludwick

Harrison’s RBI double
CIN@PIT: Harrison brings in Martin with a double

Moment of silence for Gwynn
CIN@PIT: Pirates hold moment of silence for Gwynn

Hamilton’s second stolen base
CIN@PIT: Hamilton steals second, advances on error

Polanco’s hit streak continues
CIN@PIT: Polanco ties Clemente with hit streak

Martin’s bases-loaded walk
CIN@PIT: Martin draws walk to score Marte

Hamilton’s throw gets McCutchen
CIN@PIT: Hamilton, Pena combine to get Cutch at plate

Ludwick’s RBI single
CIN@PIT: Ludwick brings in Phillips with RBI single

Pena’s productive forceout
CIN@PIT: Pena brings in a run with fielder’s choice

Hamilton’s third stolen base
CIN@PIT: Hamilton swipes third base of the game

Votto’s two-run single
CIN@PIT: Votto plates Hamilton, Frazier with single

Davis’ RBI single
CIN@PIT: Davis cuts lead to two runs with RBI single

Martin’s RBI single
CIN@PIT: Martin’s RBI single makes it a one-run game

Harrison’s game-tying single
CIN@PIT: Harrison scores Davis with an RBI single

Frazier’s homer in the 9th
CIN@PIT: Frazier gives Reds lead in 9th with home run

Marte’s shoestring catch
CIN@PIT: Marte runs down liner, makes shoestring grab

Chapman closes the door
CIN@PIT: Chapman gets Barmes to fly out to end it

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#Reds win 13-4 (Photos and Highlights)

Reds’ offense erupts in series win vs. Crew
Todd Frazier’s two-run home run in the fifth inning and a five-run rally in the eighth lifted the Reds to a 13-4 victory over the Brewers on Sunday at Miller Park to give them two of three in the series. Source

Estrada allows three homers in loss to Reds
Marco Estrada improved his control, but his problem with giving up home runs continued, and it cost the Brewers in Sunday’s rubber match against Cincinnati. Estrada gave up three home runs — one solo shot and a pair of two-run home runs — and it was enough to down the Brewers in a 13-4 loss to the Reds at Miller Park. Source

Sunday drives: Reds hit 3 HRs in rout of Brewers
Marco Estrada entered the game leading the Majors in homers allowed, and the Reds added three more to his total as part of a season-high 13 runs and 19 hits. Billy Hamilton and Brandon Phillips homered in the first, then Todd Frazier went deep in the fifth. Source
CIN@MIL: Frazier lines a two-run homer to left-center
6/15/14: Todd Frazier rips a Marco Estrada pitch for a home run, scoring Billy Hamilton to give the Reds a 5-3 lead

Hamilton’s leadoff blast
CIN@MIL: Hamilton opens scoring with leadoff homer

Phillips’ two-run shot
CIN@MIL: Phillips launches a two-run dinger

Davis’ diving catch
CIN@MIL: Davis robs Mesoraco with diving grab in left

Bruce’s impressive double play
CIN@MIL: Bruce makes catch, doubles off Gomez

Estrada’s bases-loaded single
CIN@MIL: Estrada puts Brewers on board with single

Gennett’s two-run double
CIN@MIL: Gennett ties game with bases-loaded double

Frazier’s two-run dinger
CIN@MIL: Frazier lines a two-run homer to left-center

Lucroy’s solo blast
CIN@MIL: Lucroy swats a solo homer to center

Mesoraco’s RBI single
CIN@MIL: Mesoraco plates one with single to center

Schumaker’s bases-loaded single
CIN@MIL: Schumaker drives in one with single to right

Hamilton’s bases-loaded single
CIN@MIL: Hamilton plates one with bases-loaded single

Frazier’s two-run double
CIN@MIL: Frazier lifts two-run double to right field

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#Reds win 4-1 (Photos and Highlights)

Simon keeps showing starter stuff in eight strong
Alfredo Simon gave up just one run in eight innings, and Todd Frazier provided early support with a first-inning homer as the Reds topped the Dodgers, 4-1, in the series finale at Great American Ball Park on Thursday afternoon. Source

Greinke strong after early stumble, but bats quiet
Zack Greinke settled down after giving up a two-run homer in the first inning, but sufficient damage had already been done. The right-hander gave up just those two runs over six innings, but took the loss as the Dodgers were shut down by Cincinnati starter Alfredo Simon in a 4-1 defeat at Great American Ball Park on Thursday. Source

Simon gets the win over Greinke and the Dodgers
After giving up a run in the first, Reds starter Alfredo Simon shut the Dodgers down through the next seven innings for his ninth win of the season. Todd Frazier provided all the support he would need with a two-run homer in the first off Zack Greinke. Source

Challenge overturns safe call
LAD@CIN: Challenge overturns safe call in the 1st

Kemp’s RBI single
LAD@CIN: Kemp opens the scoring with an RBI single

Frazier’s two-run dinger
LAD@CIN: Frazier hits a two-run homer off Greinke

Cozart’s nice play
LAD@CIN: Cozart makes a nice stop and throw to first

Reds fan one, nab one
LAD@CIN: Reds strike ’em out, throw ’em out in 6th

Cozart scores on wild pitch
LAD@CIN: Cozart scores on a wild pitch by League

Ludwick’s RBI single
LAD@CIN: Ludwick hits a single to score Schumaker

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#Reds @FlavaFraz21 Lucky Number 13

Cincinnati Reds 3B Todd Frazier has hit 13 home runs this season and should be able to hit many more before the season ends. Here are the highlights of those 13 wonderful bombs. Hopefully this post will bring some luck for tonight and the ToddFather will crush a few more.

Frazier’s solo shot
STL@CIN: Frazier smacks a solo homer

Frazier’s second homer
STL@CIN: Frazier draws Reds closer with second homer

Frazier’s two-run homer
PIT@CIN: Frazier unloads on a pitch to deep center

Frazier’s two-run shot
PIT@CIN: Frazier hits an opposite-field two-run homer

Frazier’s two-run homer
MIL@CIN: Frazier rips a two-run homer to right-center

Frazier’s leadoff moon shot
COL@CIN: Frazier crushes a leadoff home run

Frazier’s solo smash
COL@CIN: Frazier drives a solo homer to center field

Frazier’s go-ahead shot
CIN@WSH: Frazier puts Reds ahead with homer in 15th

Frazier’s three-run shot
STL@CIN: Frazier puts Reds ahead with three-run shot

Frazier’s solo home run
CIN@ARI: Frazier hits a solo blast to center

Frazier’s solo shot
SF@CIN: Frazier homers off the foul pole

Frazier’s solo shot
SF@CIN: Frazier opens the scoring with a solo shot

Frazier’s solo jack
PHI@CIN: Frazier hits a solo homer to center field

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Can #Reds repeat 2013 numbers on this day?

Last year at this time, Cincinnati Reds won big! Can they do it again in 2014? Here is what happened last year.

Cincinnati went deep four times and Tony Cingrani threw seven strong innings after his callup from Triple-A in the Reds’ 12-2 victory over the Cubs on Tuesday night. Todd Frazier, Joey Votto, Xavier Paul and Zack Cozart went yard to support Tony Cingrani, who allowed two runs over seven strong innings after his callup from Triple-A. Cody Ransom homered for the Cubs, but Matt Garza allowed a career-high nine runs.

Frazier’s solo dinger
CIN@CHC: Frazier’s homer gets the Reds on the board

Votto’s two-run jack
CIN@CHC: Votto hammers a two-run homer to widen lead

Bruce’s two-run double
CIN@CHC: Bruce insures the lead with a two-run double

Paul’s three-run tater
CIN@CHC: Paul’s three-run homer breaks the game open

Cozart’s RBI single
CIN@CHC: Cozart’s RBI single piles onto Reds’ lead

Ransom’s solo homer
CIN@CHC: Ransom launches a solo homer to left field

Cozart’s three-run homer
CIN@CHC: Cozart’s homer pushes Reds’ lead to 10 runs

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Frazier and Votto come up big for the #Reds

3B Todd Frazier and 1B Joey Votto both hit home runs for the Cincinnati Reds in the 4-3 win over Colorado Rockies yesterday. Frazier’s blast was a bomb! Votto’s was another great home run against a left handed pitcher. (Something he has done a lot of this season.) Votto is seeing the ball great against left handed pitchers this season which makes me wonder if managers are going to start just leaving right handed pitchers in to face him instead of bringing in a left handed pitcher out of the bullpen.

Frazier's Blast!

Frazier likes it down the middle!

Votto's Blast

Votto likes it down the middle too!

Votto vs LHP

Votto vs LHP 2014