June 3, 2023

Reds’ Senzel Powers Go-Ahead Homer For 3-1 Win Vs. Rockies

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Reds' Senzel Powers Go-Ahead Homer for 3-1 Win vs. Rockies

On Tuesday night, the Cincinnati Reds defeated the Colorado Rockies 3-1 thanks to a home run by Nick Senzel that scored two runs and gave the Reds the lead they needed to go on to win the game.

After going hitless in his eight at-bats, Ezequiel Tovar of Colorado hit his third home run of the year in the bottom of the sixth inning, breaking the scoreless tie and ultimately winning the game. He hit a home run off of a 2-1 pitch from the Reds’ Brandon Williamson, who was making his first appearance in the major leagues and had previously retired 14 consecutive batters.

Williamson, a left-handed pitcher who is 25 years old, had only allowed Charlie Blackmon to hit a single in the first inning when Tovar blasted a 415-foot home run to right-center. Williamson had struck out six batters in 5 2/3 innings of work.

Williamson explained that the mentality he kept going into his first game was to “just attack and throw everything with 100% conviction.”

“My entire work was committing to and carrying out the pitch. That was the one thing that occupied my thoughts the entire night, and I decided just to let it all hang out,” Williamson recalled.

After Williamson finished his turn as a pitcher, he was greeted in the dugout by his teammates, who surrounded him and expressed their satisfaction with his performance.

“It’s very interesting. David Bell, the manager of the Reds, expressed how ecstatic the team was for him. “It is abundantly clear that Brandon has a significant distance to travel, and he is only going to continue to improve.”

After being claimed off waivers from Tampa Bay on Friday, pitcher Chase Anderson turned in a strong performance for the Colorado Rockies. In his first game with the Rockies, Anderson went five innings and allowed only one hit. The right-handed pitcher, who is 35 years old and started the season with the Reds’ organization, was dealt to the Rays’ organization earlier this month.

“He did a really good job,” Rockies manager Bud Black remarked on the player’s performance. “What do you mean, one hit for five zeros? But, of course, he was obligated to do so since those young left-handed pitchers also performed admirably.

In the seventh inning, the Reds could finally score runs against the Rockies’ bullpen. They scored two runs. Peter Lambert (1-0) issued a walk to Tyler Stephenson with two outs on the board before Nick Senzel sent the first ball he saw 429 feet over the center field wall for his fourth home run.

“It was a first-pitch cutter,” Senzel said. “It was a cutter.” “I was just trying to spark something there and get something over the middle and drive it,” the driver explained. He provided me with a means of transportation. So I took it softly on the bat and let Coors Field do the rest of the work.

A run was scored by the Reds in the top of the eighth inning thanks to an RBI single by Matt McLain.

The victory was achieved by Derek Law (3-4), and Alexis Diaz earned his 10th save after recording three outs.

TRAINER’S ROOM

Reds: RHP After sustaining a right shoulder issue, Fernando Cruz will begin his rehabilitation assignment with Triple-A Louisville. It is anticipated that he will make two or three appearances in games and throw a few live batting practice sessions. Cruz could return to the Reds lineup at the end of the month, when Cincinnati takes on the Chicago Cubs, according to Reds manager David Bell, if all goes according to plan.

Rockies:¬†RHP Before Tuesday’s game, Noah Davis, who is dealing with discomfort in his right elbow, threw on the side on level ground. “He looks good. He feels fantastic. The manager, Bud Black, referred to it as progress. On April 30, Davis was hurt enough to warrant putting him on the 15-day injury list.

WHAT’S NEXT

RHP Graham Ashcraft (2-1, 3.95 ERA), who will be pitching for the Reds in the final game of the series against the Colorado Rockies on Wednesday, is scheduled to make his first career start. The Rockies will rely on left-handed pitcher Austin Gomber, who has a record of 3-4 with a 6.30 earned run average. Gomber is looking to build on a string of successful performances in which he has gone 3-0 with a 2.28 earned run average over his last four starts.

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Reds' Senzel Powers Go-Ahead Homer For 3-1 Win Vs. Rockies
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