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Reds right fielder Scott Schebler is batting .293 with two home runs and 15 RBIs with runners in scoring position. One of those homers and four of the RBIs came on Saturday in the 12-8 win over the Rockies.
Spin: Schebler would like to be better in those situations. "Before [Saturday], I feel like I've struggled with runners in scoring position a little bit," Schebler said on Sunday morning. "I try not to read into that too much, but you want to come through for the team and drive in runs and you want to win the game and have your teammates feel like you're doing something. Maybe I put too much pressure on myself. To come through yesterday really helped my confidence." Entering Sunday, Schebler was batting .248/.321/.524 and his 11 homers were tied for the team lead.
Scott Schebler went 2-for-4 with four RBI -- including a three-run home run -- as the Reds came back to beat the Rockies 12-8 on Saturday. Schebler had a sacrifice fly RBI in the third inning, but his big blow came in the sixth, when he capped a six-run inning with a three-run blast off reliever Mike Dunn. [...]
CINCINNATI - The Reds pulled off their biggest comeback in a year to finally end their pesky losing streak.Scott Schebler's homer completed Cincinnati's comeback from a five-run deficit on Saturday, and the Reds ended a seven-game losing streak - their longest in a year - with a 12-8 victory over the Colorado Rockies.Cincinnati's losing streak was its longest since it dropped 11 straight last May. Also, the Reds hadn't overcome a five-run deficit to win a game since last May 28.
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Rockies left-hander Kyle Freeland won after allowing four runs (three earned) on five hits (two homers) and two walks with three strikeouts in 5 2/3 innings Sunday against the Reds.
Spin: Freeland (5-2, 3.32 ERA) allowed only one unearned run through the first five innings before stumbling in the sixth, giving up a two-run homer to Joey Votto and a solo shot to Scott Schebler, the latter of which chased him from the game. The 24-year-old has impressive Triple Crown stats in spite of his 32:24 K/BB ratio over 51 2/3 innings, meaning he may have trouble sustaining his fantasy value for a full season. He'll be a NL-only and deeper mixed-league option when he faces the Cardinals at Coors Field on May 27.
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The current trend indicates that there has been minimal movement in terms of ADDS or DROPS for Schebler. In the past week his own percentage has decreased by 2.35% . Meanwhile his start percentage has increased by 12.54% .
In the past 30 days, the highest own percentage for Schebler is 70.22% and his lowest is 10.87%. In terms of start percentages, his highest start percentage is 90.25% and lowest is 66.67%.
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