If Kirk Saarloos is on roster for tomorrow's game, the Reds have a credibility problem, well a bigger credibility problem. The last 10 batters he's faced have reached -- eight hits, a walk and a hit batsman. He's allowed eight earned runs in that span.
Thursday, the first batter he faced, Tony Graffanino, hit a home run to tie the game.
This is why I'm not managing: I would have given Ken Griffey Jr. the day off. Griffey's 3-for-4, with a homer, a double, two RBI and two runs scored. The homer broke an 0-for-13.