ST. LOUIS -- One day after returning to the bench after missing 11 games to recover from a mild stroke and irregular heartbeat, Reds manager Dusty Baker was feeling good.
While Baker is trying to conserve his energy as he continues to get closer to 100 percent, he did not feel worn out by Monday's 4-2 loss to the Cardinals.
"There wasn't a whole bunch of worn out to be," Baker said on Tuesday. "I was kind of just sitting there. Had it been an exciting game or back and forth or something like that. ... It was rather a little bit uneventful for St. Louis. There were a lot of people here, but it wasn't the same excitement here. It wasn't the same anything. It was different. You didn't hear them be very loud at all."