Reds fail to capitalize on a good streak


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The Cincinnati Reds have gone from being a non-MLB team to a mediocre team recently.

That’s progress, at least, considering how bad they looked in the first few weeks of the season.

They are, however, still a very bad baseball team, possibly one of the worst in the league.

Due to their terrible 3-22 start, they still hold the worst record in MLB, at 12-29.

Three teams are also bad: the Detroit Tigers and Kansas City Royals with a 14-27 record, and the Washington Nationals with a 14-29 record.

The Reds offense had recently started to produce at least something, especially in home games.

But they couldn’t string together a hot streak.

“The Reds offense has scored 4+ points in 11 straight home games, tied for the 6th longest streak in franchise history (since 1901) and the longest since 2018. Unfortunately, they are not only 5-6 in those 11 games,” statistician Joel Luckhaupt tweeted.

The Reds’ nightmare season continues

It’s sad that in most of those 11 games, their throw just couldn’t contain the opposing fouls.

At home, the Reds are 5-10: bad, but maybe not outrageous.

On the road, however, they are awful, at 7-19.

With real talent and everyone healthy, they’re probably not the worst team in baseball, but they haven’t been able to show they have what it takes to consistently win baseball games. .

The 2022 campaign just isn’t their year, for many reasons and circumstances that go beyond the pitch.

It’s good to know that their offense can at least muster quality batsmen.

As unbelievable as it may seem, if the Reds catch fire they can still dream of a playoff spot in theory as it is very early.

On the pitch, however, they don’t have enough talent to make such an unlikely comeback.




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