The 2016 Cincinnati Reds season has not been much different than the 2015 season. Last night, the Reds lost to the Milwaukee Brewers 5-4, marking consecutive seasons Cincinnati has lost at least 90 games. Perhaps if there was one play to sum up the season, 1B Joey Votto’s line drive that started a triple play in the first inning of Friday night’s game, would likely be it. 2B Jose Peraza’s three run home run was not enough as the Brewers were victorious behind a home run from 1B Chris Carter. The last occurrence of back to back 90-loss seasons for the Redlegs, was 1934. With nine games left, the Reds will not likely match their 63-99 record from last year. But it may not be enough to save the job of manager Bryan Price.
Chris Carter trots around the bases after hitting a home run Friday night against the Reds.
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