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Amir Garrett picked up the save Tuesday against the Mets, walking one and striking out two in one inning.
Garrett was given a one-run lead, and he was able to retire the side and convert the save. It had been looking like Heath Hembree was the closer of note in Cincinnati, but perhaps Garrett has re-earned the trust of the manager. He's struggled to a 6.75 ERA in 30.2 innings this season.
Amir Garrett picked up the save Sunday against the Cubs, walking one and allowing one hit in 0.2 innings.
Garrett was very lucky to escape with the save on Sunday; he walked the first batter, then allowed a single before inducing a game-ending double play. Though he has six saves on the season, Heath Hembree converted the two prior saves, and may be the Reds' preferred option at this point.
Amir Garrett struck out one and allowed one hit in a scoreless inning Saturday against Atlanta, earning the save.
Garrett worked around a hit to retire the side in 17 pitches. The Reds' bullpen situation is as murky as it gets; though with Antone and Sims on the IL, Garrett may be in line for more opportunities in the ninth inning.
Amir Garrett earned the save Tuesday against the Twins, allowing one hit and striking out one in a scoreless inning.
After Lucas Sims blew the lead in the eighth, Garrett was deployed when the Reds re-took the lead in the ninth. Although Garrett has struggled mightily this season, he may find himself in line for saves if Sims and others continue to struggle.
Amir Garrett (0-2) did not record an out and allowed a walkoff home run Thursday against the Padres, taking the loss.
Garrett entered the game and allowed a single to Jake Cronenworth followed by a walkoff homer by Victor Caratini. This season, Garrett owns a 9.31 ERA, 1.76 WHIP, and 24:13 K:BB across 19.1 innings.