RP - CIN
Cody Reed held the Cubs scoreless over five innings Saturday. He allowed two hits with two walks while striking out 10 batters.
Reed didn't factor into the decision, but he was fantastic over his five innings. It was easily his best recent appearance, and it came against a decent offense. As such, he's hard to trust moving forward despite the double-digit Ks in this one.
Cody Reed labored through four innings on Monday, allowing three earned runs on five hits. He struck out five and walked three while garnering a no-decision against the Dodgers.
Reed required 83 pitches to get through the four innings and the runs given up push his ERA to over 5.00 on the season. He obviously holds no fantasy value whatsoever.
Cody Reed took his second loss of the season on Tuesday. He struggled through five innings, giving up six earned runs while only striking out two batters.
This is back to back poor outing for Reed. He is nothing more then a dynasty stash in deep leagues.
Cody Reed pitched two innings allowing seven earned runs while walking five Saturday against the Cubs. Reed also struck out three. The Reds were not able to overcome this deficit as the Cubs beat the Reds 12-8.
Cody Reed does not carry any fantasy relevance at this time. Reed will likely not contribute to any fantasy teams this year. Reed will likely wind up in the bullpen this year or be sent to the minors to work on his control which has plagued him this year.
In five and two thirds innings against the Angels on Tuesday, Reed struck out five and only gave up one hit. He now has a 3.24 earned run average.
Cody Reed got a two month debut last season and it did not go well for him. He wound up with a not-so stellar 7.36 earned run average. One thing that can be said is that when he was returned to Triple-A, he had a 3.06 ERA. He could improve a lot this year and is a stash option.