But doubles by Joey Votto and Eugenio Suarez provided a run for the Reds in the fourth as they cut the Cardinals' lead to 2-1. His 2010 campaign featured him earning a career high in wins (17) and WHIP (1.14) in 33 starts that spanned 215 2/3 innings.
Michael Wacha, 6-1 in his career against the Reds, had an easy five-pitch first inning but had a bit more trouble in the second. Schebler connected off Kevin Siegrist. "Leake was terrific. But we just couldn't get anything going offensively".
Zimmermann (1-0) labored early but allowed only one run and four hits.
Dietrich opened Miami's scoring off Wheeler with a two-run triple in the second inning. St. Louis drew a dozen walks from four pitchers but only cashed four of them into runs and stranded a dozen runners. The speedster improved to 24 for 26 in stolen base attempts for his career against Molina, the most by any baserunner off the eight-time Gold Glove victor. His third hit, a liner to left center, plated Jose Peraza to start a four-run sixth that decided the game. Duvall worked a full count against Martinez, even taking a close inside slider on a 2-2 count for a ball. St. Louis manager Mike Matheny said Friday that RHP Trevor Rosenthal (right lat strain), who was scheduled to throw another bullpen session this weekend, might instead throw a simulated game on Saturday and then rejoin the team on its upcoming road trip. RHP Austin Brice (ulnar nerve inflammation, right elbow) made his first rehab appearance for Pensacola on Friday, striking out two in a 13-pitch inning.
The St. Louis Cardinals just finished a hard-fought series against the Chicago Cubs, losing two of three.
The 40-year-old Arroyo will take the mound today for the Reds in his first big-league action since 2014, joining an uncertain Cincinnati rotation that also includes Scott Feldman and Brandon Finnegan along with a variety of young arms.
Cardinals: RHP Michael Wacha has won his past five decisions going back to June 22.
Cincinnati will turn to Scott Feldman (0-1, 5.79 ERA) to try to quell St. Louis' offense.
Durant is tied for the team lead in points (25.3), and is the top rebounder (8.1) and shot blocker (1.6) for the club. When Durant got injured February 28 at Washington, the Warriors didn't yet have Matt Barnes .
Barry Manilow is now plugging his latest album " This Is My Town: Songs of New York " which is set for release on April 21st 2017. He's extremely private so it was very hard . "I got into the auto with him, and [the fans] were rocking the vehicle .
After Bella tearfully said yes, the couple shared a sweet embrace and a kiss as the 75,000 strong crowd cheered their approval. WWE superstar and actor Cena proposed to his longtime girlfriend Bella at "The Grandest Stage of Them All" Wrestlemania 33.
That's why Axon is giving every police officer in the United States access to its body-cam technology. It's also a way to cut down on the red tape that comes with working with public agencies as customers.
Harry Kane is back in full training for Spurs and could make his return to action against Watford but Hugo Lloris is absent again. Son nearly got his hat-trick in the 84th minute, but saw his volley hit the cross bar.
Dele Alli was impressive against Germany and could be one of the players to get their name on the scoresheet. England boss Gareth Southgate has made it clear that Wayne Rooney's global career is far from over.
Smith said calling the hotline is a good idea "only if you think it would be good to call the KGB to complain about Putin". IHG, the company behind Crowne Plaza hotels, said its ads unintentionally aired on O'Reilly's show.
A top Syrian rebel representative said he held United Nations mediator Staffan De Mistura "personally responsible" for the attack. Doctors Without Borders says victims were showing symptoms consistent with a chemical "such as sarin gas or similar compounds".
Shooting at upscale Florida mall leaves 1 dead, 2 wounded
City of Miami police officers work the shooting scene at the Shops at Merrick Park on April 8, 2017 in Coral Gables, Florida. More than a dozen police cars were stationed outside the mall as shoppers ran to safety and recorded video .
Adidas is going to sell 100000 sneakers with 3-D printed soles
Using a method called Digital Light Synthesis the startup is able to print objects up to 10 times faster than other 3D printers. The shoes will go on sale sometime in 2017, and then by the end of next year, Adidas will 3D-print another 100,000 pairs.
Stargazers won't want to miss Jupiter this week
Depending on Jupiter's position with respect to the Earth, it might vary in visual magnitude while in conjunction with the Sun. However, Venus will only shine for a short while Friday night before sunrise while Jupiter stays out all night long.
Goldman veterans brought vast wealth to Trump's White House
The couple's combined business assets are valued at $741 million, according to Kushner's 54-page document filed on Friday. President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are not legally required to file new financial disclosures until next year.
Study says Islam set to become world's largest religion by 2035
It draws on more than 2,500 population registers from around the world, as well as the expertise of dozens of religious scholars. Globally, however, the effect of religious switching is overshadowed by the impact of differences in fertility and mortality.
Pee Dee warned to brace for severe weather
Damaging winds outlook: probability of damaging thunderstorm winds or wind gusts of 50 knots or higher within 25 miles of a point. The Weather Channel's Weather.com indicates strong storms possibly will continue in the Columbus area until almost 5 p.m.
Prosecutors: Facebook assault victim was threatened with dog
Police have said the assault was watched live by about 40 viewers, none of whom called authorities to report what was happening. Five people appeared in court on behalf of the boy, including his mother and another woman who was identified as his guardian.
Monk joins Fox in declaring for 2017 NBA Draft
Most mock drafts have Fox going in the top seven; one has him listed at No. 4 to Orlando, in a guard-rich crop of prospects. The projected National Basketball Association lottery pick will sign with an agent, effectively ending his college career.