Good morning folks, the year is 2018 and the Cincinnati Reds have won six straight baseball games.
I’m assuming that most of you who are baseball fans are Reds fans (I feel your pain), so let’s take a look at the biggest miracle of the 2018 MLB season.
The Reds have indeed won six games in a row. It is the longest active win streak in baseball right now, and it’s all thanks to the acquisition of a player who only plays once every five days. That’s right, I’m talking about Matt Harvey.
Now it’d be ridiculous to actually suggest that Harvey is the reason for Cincinnati’s win streak, but he’s only been around for six games, and they’ve won all six games ...
Makes sense to me. Anyway, the Reds completed a four-game sweep of the Los Angeles Dodgers last night, which is the first time they’ve done that since 1976 ... (checks notes) ... by that logic, the Reds are now World Series bound.
Enjoy this while it lasts.
Tweet of the day
This has been an amazing experience for me and my family. I’ve met people and seen things I’ve never imagined. Recruiting has definitely been a challenge but God showed me the way... I’m committed. #BBN pic.twitter.com/9742g94L0D— Jalen Geiger (@jalengeiger) May 13, 2018
With 5-3 Reds victory over LA:— C. Trent Rosecrans (@ctrent) May 13, 2018
1. completed their first 4-game sweep vs Dodgers since 1976
2. clinched a winning West Coast road trip
3. are 11-12 under Jim Riggleman
4. are still undefeated in the Matt Harvey era
5. are still undefeated in the Nick Krall era
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