Cincinnati Reds part ways with five coaching staff after disappointing season

A day after the Cincinnati Reds finished their season with a 100-game losing streak, the team announces major changes to its coaching staff. On Thursday, the Reds announced their first base, infield, base running coach Delino DeShields, forward scouting coach Cristian Pérez, bullpen coach Lee Tunnell, assistant coach Rolando Valles and batting coach Alan Zinter will not return to the Major League staff in 2023. comes after Cincinnati lost seven of its last nine games to finish 62-100, one shy of the franchise record for the losses drawn by the 1982 team that went 61-101. The Reds became the record fourth team to lose 100 games this season, even for bottom NL Central with Pittsburgh after narrowly missing the postseason game with an 83-79 record last season. It doesn’t change how good I feel for every single person in this room – the players, the staff,” Reds manager David Bell said. “It doesn’t change the focus and the goal for next season.” Similarly, the Chicago Reconstruction finished 74-88 and third in the NL Central, down from 71-91 and fourth last season. “Finishing with a win is nice,” Cubs manager David Ross said. “From this seat, the sound I want to hear is the pop of champagne at some point.” , which did not include two “home” games in Mexico. This season’s attendance is Cincinnati’s lowest in a full season since the 1984 team drew 1,275,887 to Riverfront Stadium and does not include the 7,823 fans who attended the Aug. 11 Field of Dreams . game in Dyersville, Iowa when the Reds were the home team. be a part,” Bell said. “It was good to come home and take two out of three. I had plenty of opportunities today to talk about the positives. The guys are already talking about spring training more than any band I’ve been around. Valles and batting coach Alan Zinter will not return to the Major League squad in 2023. The Cubs have won eight of their last 10 games, including a three-game series sweep against the Reds this weekend -end. fun watching these guys play,” Chicago starter Adrian Sampson said. “The way it ended is exciting for me.” Adbert Alzolay (2-1), the first of five relievers to take over from injured Adrian Sampson, pitched 2 1/3 scoreless innings for the victory. Rookie right-hander Graham Ashcraft (5-6) set a season high with five walks while slipping to 0-4 against the Cubs this season. The rookie has gone 0-4 with two missed saves in his last six starts. MOVING THE LINE The Cubs sent nine batters home in the sixth inning and 10 in the seventh. over .500 on Aug. 23, 2021. HE’S OUT Wednesday’s game was the last for Tom Hallion, who is retiring after officiating more than 3,600 games in 33 seasons. Working at first base, he gave a fly ball to a kid during the game, followed by a punch and a talk. TRAINER ROOM Cubs: Sampson went off in the third inning with a right groin tightness. Reds : Jonathan India was dropped from the original starting lineup after fouling a ball with his left foot on Tuesday. Alejo Lopez replaced India at designated hitter. UP NEXTCubs: Open spring training schedule Feb. 25 against San Francisco at Sloan Park in Mesa, Arizona. Reds: Begin 2023 spring training schedule Feb. 25 against Cleveland in Goodyear, Arizona.

A day after the Cincinnati Reds finished their season with a 100-game losing streak, the team announces major changes to its coaching staff.

On Thursday, the Reds announced their first base, infield, base running coach Delino DeShields, forward scouting coach Cristian Pérez, bullpen coach Lee Tunnell, assistant coach Rolando Valles and hitting coach Alan Zinter will not return to the Major League staff in 2023.

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It comes after Cincinnati lost seven of its last nine games to finish 62-100, one shy of the franchise record for losses set by the 1982 team which went 61-101. The Reds became the record fourth team to lose 100 games this season, even for bottom NL Central with Pittsburgh after narrowly missing the postseason game with an 83-79 record last season.

“A hundred defeats, that number doesn’t change how good I feel about every single person in this room – the players, the staff,” Reds manager David Bell said. “It does not change the focus and the objective for next season.”

Likewise, the Chicago Reconstruction finished 74-88 and third in the NL Central, down from 71-91 and fourth last season.

“Finishing with a win is good,” Cubs manager David Ross said. “From this seat, the sound I want to hear is the pop of champagne at some point.”

The crowd of 12,437 took Reds attendance to 1,387,947 in 79 dates at the Great American Ball Park, up from 1,775,396 in 79 dates in 2019, which did not include two “home” games in Mexico.

This season’s attendance is Cincinnati’s lowest in a full season since the 1984 team drew 1,275,887 to Riverfront Stadium and does not include the 7,823 fans who attended the Aug. 11 Field of Dreams game in Dyersville, Iowa, when the Reds were the home team.

Bote hit a three-run homer before Chicago opened the game with a six-run sixth capped by Zach McKinstry’s three-run homer.

“It wasn’t a fun game to participate in,” Bell said. “It was good to come home and take two out of three. I had plenty of opportunities today to talk about the positives. The guys are already talking about spring training more than any band I’ve been around.

On Thursday, the Reds announced their first base, infield, base running coach Delino DeShields, forward scouting coach Cristian Pérez, bullpen coach Lee Tunnell, assistant coach Rolando Valles and hitting coach Alan Zinter will not return to the Major League staff in 2023.

The Cubs have won eight of their last 10 games, including a three-game series sweep against the Reds over the weekend.

“It was a lot of fun watching these guys play,” Chicago starter Adrian Sampson said. “The way it ended is exciting for me.”

Adbert Alzolay (2-1), the first of five relievers to take over from injured Adrian Sampson, pitched 2 1/3 scoreless innings for the victory.

Rookie right-hander Graham Ashcraft (5-6) set a season high with five walks while slipping to 0-4 against the Cubs this season. The rookie has gone 0-4 with two missed saves in his last six starts.

MOVE LINE

The Cubs sent nine batters to the plate in the sixth inning and 10 in the seventh.

LONG SLIDE

Cincinnati is 76-122 since its season high with 12 of .500 games on Aug. 23, 2021.

HE WENT OUT

Wednesday’s game was the last for Tom Hallion, who is retiring after refereeing more than 3,600 games in 33 seasons. Working at first base, he gave a ball to a kid during the game, followed by a punch and a talk.

TRAINER’S ROOM

Cubs: Sampson started in the third inning with right groin tightness.

Reds: Jonathan India was dropped from the starting lineup after fouling a left-footed ball on Tuesday. Alejo Lopez replaced India at designated hitter.

NEXT

Cubs: Open the spring training schedule Feb. 25 against San Francisco at Sloan Park in Mesa, Arizona.

Reds: Start the 2023 spring training schedule Feb. 25 against Cleveland in Goodyear, Arizona.