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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Fielding percentage vs. Nate McLouth Brandon Belt Marco Scutaro Xavier Nady Pablo Sandoval Brandon Crawford Angel Pagan Hunter Pence Ryan Hanigan Joey Votto Brandon Phillips Zack Cozart Ryan Ludwick Drew Stubbs Jay Bruce Nate McLouth .275 BA, 12 SB, 2.7 WAR .306 BA, 32 2B, 2.0 WAR .283 BA, 63 RBI, 2.0 WAR HOW THEY GOT HERE 2012 RANKINGS Slow out of the gates, the Reds went 81-49 over the final 130 games to win the NL Central comfortably. The Giants held off the Dodgers to win the NL West. San Francisco won 15 of its final 21 games. .248 BA, 45 RBI, 2.3 WAR .184 BA, 4 HR, -0.9 WAR .288 BA, 29 SB, 4.0 WAR .253 BA, 104 RBI, 0.7 WAR .252 BA, 34 HR, 1.4 WAR .213 BA, 30 SB, -0.2 WAR .275 BA, 26 HR, 1.7 WAR .246 BA, 15 HR, 2.3 WAR .245 BA, 39 RBI, 0.3 WAR .281 BA, 18 HR, 3.5 WAR .337 BA, 14 HR, 5.6 WAR .274 BA, 44 BB, 1.7 WAR Sergio RomoSantiago CasillaJeremy AffeldtJavier Lopez Buster Posey Batting average Earned run average Home runs Reds: .251 (17th)Giants: .269 (5th) Reds: 172 (11th)Giants: 103 (30th) Reds: 3.34 (4th)Giants: 3.68 (7th) Reds: .985 (6th)Giants: .981 (27th) Scott Rolen The Cincinnati Reds take on the San Francisco Giants in the National League Division Series. Compare the two teams' lineups, and look back at how Cincinnati and San Francisco fared against each other during the regular season. .336 BA, 24 HR, 7.2 WAR Matt CainMadison BumgarnerBarry ZitoTim Lincecum REGULAR SEASON Cincinnati won the season series 4-3. Cincinnati won two of three at home, and the two teams split four games in San Francisco.The Reds outscored the Giants 28-21, but were outhit .258 to .254. BULLPEN CATCHER RIGHT FIELD CENTER FIELD LEFT FIELD SHORTSTOP THIRD BASE SECOND BASE FIRST BASE WAR stands for Wins Above Replacement. Via STARTING PITCHERS Digital First Media Aroldis ChapmanJonathan BroxtonSean MarshallJose Arredondo Mike LeakeBronson ArroyoMat LatosHomer Bailey
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