Cincinnati Bearcats Baseball 2017
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Ian Happ is not playing as much as he was as recently as a month ago.
Josh Harrison is over an injury and he hit well upon his return.
Ian Happ was the only former Bearcat in action on Thursday but it might have been better if he hadn’t been.
Don’t worry, Reds fans, Harrison’s return to the field didn’t harm the Reds.
Ian Happ hit his 14th home run of the season and Josh Harrison is feeling better.
After being promoted a day earlier, both Connor Walsh and Ryan Atkinson put together solid performances in their debuts with new clubs.
Connor Walsh and Ryan Atkinson were sent up the ladder, getting that much closer to The Show.
Josh Harrison is on a tear but Ian Happ is struggling.
Plus Ian Happ steals some bases.
Most hurlers played multiple roles, whether it was starter, middle reliever or closer.
Josh Harrison went 3-for-5! But his team got crushed.
Josh Harrison scored three times in the first two games of a three-game visit to Colorado and Ryan Atkinson delivered another strong outing.
With a nice week at the plate, Harrison has made himself a more valuable trade target. But are the Pirates even going to sell?
Harrison goes 3-for-5 at the plate while Walsh continues his run of dominance.
Josh Harrison went boom, while the rest of the crew was pretty quiet.
After appearing in his second All-Star Game, Josh Harrison kept his cold July going, while Connor Walsh and Ryan Atkinson both pitched well in the minors.
R.J. Thompson and A.J. Bumpass were great and everybody else was there.
It’s the second appearance of his career.
This week Harrison and Happ are both getting hits, just not in the same way.
Neal had UC headed in the right direction even if he didn’t complete the journey.
Both players had excellent 2017 campaigns and some MLB clubs noticed.
The Ty Neal era ended abruptly. So where is the program now and where will it be in the next few years?
A down year from Kyle Mottice put a damper on some nice developments from Jace Mercer and Eric Santiago.
Josh Harrison may be having the best season of his career. The Pirates are, uh, not.