“Even a literal no-hitter can’t stop the Reds from losing” “Are we impressed or depressed?”

The Cincinnati Reds made baseball history … not the good kind. On Sunday, May 15, the Cincinnati Reds became the sixth team to ever lose a game without surrendering a single blow. The game was noted for a stellar performance from the young Reds fireball hunter Hunter Greene, who dominated the Pittsburgh Pirates to a tune of 7.1 innings and nine games. The problem was that Greene gave up five walks during his performance, and after walking twice in the eighth inning, Greene was dropped from the game and replaced with a right-handed pain reliever, Art. Warren. Warren made the first shot he faced and then let Ke’Bryan Hayes make a hitter pick that allowed short-distance runner Rodolfo Castro to score. The Red Devils were unable to score, forcing the sixth throw to miss the target, but the throwing team conceded a goal.

The MLB world was outraged by the performance from the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday

Twitter has been on fire with comments regarding the oddity, and some are simply baffled by what just happened.

“wouldn’t that count as someone who didn’t hit the mark for red?” – @ Debate about Hip-Hop

Others took the opportunity to show their peace with the state of the sport of baseball itself.

If this doesn’t prove why a pitcher’s win-lose ratio is meaningless, nothing will. twitter.com/JeffPassan/sta…

“The Pittsburgh Pirates just won a baseball game without scoring.” – @ Jeff Passan

If this doesn’t prove why a pitcher’s win-lose ratio is meaningless.

Wake up baby, the new market inefficiencies just dropped twitter.com/jeffpassan/sta…

“Wake up baby, the new underperforming market just dropped” – @ Cespedes Family BBQ

Some Cincinnati Reds fans simply don’t know how to feel and look so deeply into that.

“are we impressed or depressed?” – @ Talkin’ Jake (Ikeman)

Others simply accept the futility that is the 2022 Cincinnati Reds.

Even an unsuccessful player can’t stop the Reds from losing.

“Even an unsuccessful player can’t stop the Reds from losing.” – @ Alan Goheck

Others were amazed by the history of the occasion. In fact, the first loss did not involve the Cincinnati Reds on the other side of the game, as Pete Rose scored from a ninth-minute error to immortalize Houston Colt’s Ken Johnson .45s in disgrace.

“classic no-winners from red pieces” – @ Portland Pickles

“Classic” – no love lost there.

“Andy Hawkins, 1990 for the Yankees to lose 4-0 to the White Sox” – @ Brew Lately

However, some have acknowledged the real culprit of this breakdown. Because the event required two teams, and the Pittsburgh Pirates were equally responsible for the tragic loss of baseball because they couldn’t land a single shot.

Pirates’ inspirational performance today, future generations will remember they overcame a miss and still won without any insults. twitter.com/JeffPassan/sta…

“Pirates’ inspirational performance today, future generations will remember them passing a miss and still winning without any insults” – @Brent Jones

Greene has had a memorable 2022 season, and almost a month after breaking the record for most pitches over 100 mph, he’s adding the date to his record books.

Edited by Jodi Whisenhunt

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