Enhanced Box Score: Cubs 4, Reds 3 – April 10, 2010

Bookended by excellent performances from Carlos Z and Carlos M. The offense, however, is still struggling – multitude of home runs aside.


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3 responses to “Enhanced Box Score: Cubs 4, Reds 3 – April 10, 2010”

  1. D

    Your really complaining about only four runs when we only had one walk…. and that was by DLee.. Come on.. the most runs we would have been able to score (and this is just from looking at the box score since I didnt actually see the game) is 6.. 4 runs on 5 hits is excellent. I would be complaining more about the strikeouts than the Walks or Runs. 8 K’s.

    4 runs and a win.. I am happy. The K’s are important, cause if even half of those had been walks we may have scored another run or two.

  2. Kevin G

    I am worried with the ability to manufacture runs. Relying on the homerun too much. It just a problem that they have had in the passed. They is why I really I want to see a little more speed on the team this year.