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the Reds used 6 or fewer starting pitchers in a season for only the fourth time since 1900 (1900, 1942, 1951, 2012) and were the only team in the Major Leagues in 2012 to use as few as 6 starting pitchers ...

finished the season with a career-high 13.0 consecutive scoreless innings ...

made 14 starts in the minor leagues and in his Major League debut made 9 starts for the Reds..Cin from 6/8-7/7 went 2-2, 6.99 in 6 starts and from 9/20-9/30 went 2-0, 3.71 in 3 starts...twice was on Louisville's disabled list with a strained right groin (5/14-5/21, 7/19-8/23)...after his second stint on Louisville's DL made his last 2 minor league starts of the season for Sarasota in the Florida State League...following the minor league season remained in Sarasota and pitched in simulated games until he was promoted again on 9/20 for a start that night in SF..his 9 starts the Reds went 5-4 and scored 49 runs (5.4 r/g)..3 of his 9 starts was the victim of blown saves...began the year at Louisville and went 6-1, 2.31 in 10 starts before he was promoted on 6/8..night made his ML debut with a 4-3 victory over the AL Central-leading Indians (5ip, 5h, 2er, 4bb, 3k)..the spot in the rotation that had been filled by Eric Milton, Bobby Livingston and Kirk Saarloos...

made 6 starts for the Reds (2-2, 6.99) before he was optioned to Louisville following his appearance on 7/7, the Friday prior to the All-Star break..his first 2 Major League starts against first-place teams..addition to his 4-3 win vs Cle, on 6/14 vs LAA was the victim of a blown save in the 9-7 loss..he left his second appearance with the lead was in line to become the first Reds pitcher to win his first 2 big league starts since Larry Luebbers in 1993..his Major League debut at 21 years, 36 days old..the youngest Reds pitcher to make his debut since reliever Ryan Wagner on 7/19/03 vs Hou (21 years, 4 days; 1.2ip, 1k) and the youngest Red to debut as a starter since Milt Wilcox on 9/5/70 vs SD (20 years, 138 days)..that 4-3 victory vs Cle became the first Reds pitcher to win in his Major League debut since reliever Hector Carrasco (4/4/94 vs St L, 5-4 win), the first Reds starter to win in his ML debut since Larry Leubbers (7/3/93 vs Pit, 5-3 win) and the first Reds pitcher to win his first big league start since Matt Belisle (4/13/05, 6-5 win at St L)...struck out his first career batter faced, Grady Sizemore..his final inning in that debut struck out Dave Dellucci with 2 outs and the bases loaded to preserve his 3-2 lead..crowd of 38,696 was just shy of a sellout..1 of 10 Reds players to make Major League debuts (OF Josh Hamilton, RHP Jared Burton, LHP Jon Coutlangus, RHP Brad Salmon, RHP Marcus Mc Beth, LHP Phil Dumatrait, RHP Tom Shearn, 1B/OF Joey Votto, C Ryan Hanigan)..named Louisville's Pitcher of the Month for May (5gs, 4-0, 2.03)..5 consective decisions for the Bats to earn his 6/8 promotion...recorded his first career hit on 7/1 vs St L (singled off Mike Maroth) and his first career RBI on 9/25 vs Hou (2-run double off Felipe Paulino)..post-season ratings by Baseball America, his fastball and curveball were voted the best in the organization.

Threw no-hitters in a 1-0 win on 9/28/12 at Pit and in a 3-0 win on 7/2/13 vs SF...holds the club record for strikeouts in a Postseason game (10, 2012 NLDS vs SF)..selected by the Reds in the first round (7th overall) of the June 2004 first-year player draft..summer was USA Today's High School Player of the Year...received the 2006 Sheldon "Chief" Bender Award as the organization's Minor League Player of the Year ..given name is David..called Homer after his great-grandfather..2004 graduated from La Grange (TX) High School..his prep career went 41-4, 0.98 with 536 strikeouts in 298.0 innings..La Grange to Texas state baseball titles in 20..a freshman outdueled Reds 2003 top draft pick Ryan Wagner in the championship game..led La Grange to the state title as a senior, when he was named National High School Player of the Year by USA Today, Baseball America, Louisville Slugger and the National High School Coaches' Association..in 2004 was the Tri-County and Texas' 3A Player of the Year and Most Valuable Player of the district and state tournaments.

For the third straight season was rated the top prospect in the organization by Baseball America...finished the year rated the second-best prospect in the International League behind OF Jay Bruce...

in the 4-2 win vs St L on 7/15 (8ip, 1er) started instead of Johnny Cueto, who a day earlier was scratched with a blister on his right index finger ...

his 10-8 win on 8/10 at Chi snapped the Reds' season-high 5-game losing streak ...

Entered the season as the organization's top prospect and received the Sheldon "Chief" Bender Award as its Minor League Player of the Year...combined to go 10-6, 2.47 in 26 starts split evenly between Class A Sarasota and Class AA Chattanooga..a in-season poll was voted Best Pitching Prospect and Best Fastball in the Florida State League..the winning pitcher in Major League Baseball's All-Star Futures Game in Pittsburgh...pitched an inning in the Florida State League All-Star Game (12 pitches, 10 strikes)..the organization's Minor League Pitcher of the Month for June (4gs, 3-0, 0.56, 26ip, 9h, 28k)...didn't allow a run in 11 of his 26 starts...3 times threw 6.0 hitless innings and in another start allowed 1 hit in 7.0 innings...began the season with the FSL Reds and made his 13 starts there before he was promoted in June..6/22 vs Carolina threw 6.0 scoreless innings in his Class AA debut..that start, his 96th and final pitch was clocked at 98mph...didn't allow a run in his first 3 starts at Chattanooga (17ip)..Southern League Pitcher of the Week for 6/26-7/2...twice recorded a season-high 11 strikeouts, on 5/8 at Jupiter (6ip) and 8/13 vs Tennessee (5ip)..his last appearance of the season, on 9/2 at West Tenn, allowed 4 runs without retiring a batter (3h, 4bb)..ERAs excluding that final appearance drop to 1.06 for Chattanooga and 2.21 for the season...following the season was voted by Entered the season ranked by Baseball America as the organization's top prospect...spent the year at Class-A Dayton and went 8-4, 4.43 in 21 starts and 7 relief apps..Midwest League opponents to a .232 batting average...following the season was named by Baseball America as the second-best prospect in the MWL.

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